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By Paul Kim/The Daily Cougar
No sweat, coach: A group of teenage ball players get ready for drills
Wednesday during a summer baseball clinic. The participants practiced on
the indoor fieldís AstroTurf in the air-conditioned Alumni/Athletic Center.
studies health of Katrina evacuees
Hurricane Katrinaís aftermath included more than just
displaced people and devastated areas. Drug use and mental health are factors
plaguing some of the evacuees, researchers said.
Everyone knows technology evolves
at the speed of teenage gossip, so a few recent studies have been trying
to observe its effects on our favorite demographic.
provides mild sedative
The UH football team will report to
training camp Aug. 2 to prepare for what some believe will be coach Art
Brilesí best season since he took the job in 2002.
may walk out on 'Lady'
Itís hard to say whether itís a good
or bad thing to walk out of a movie and wonder if you liked it.
Volume 71, Issue 152, Thursday, July 20, 2006
ODSPR studies health of Katrina
Bell vows cleaner state
Campus Crime Report
Technology desensitizing youth
Right to privacy not to be toyed with
Briles provides mild sedative for pigskin
Wie deserves shot at PGA tour
Latest buzz in NBA in one place
You may walk out on 'Lady'
'Devil' going strong