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By Paul Kim/The Daily Cougar
Healthy choice: Participants of a two-week
health camp listen Monday to group leaders teaching the girls how to make
better choices when it comes to eating habits. The nutrition workshop focuses
on young Hispanic and black females.
works toward safety
Physics professor John Miller is co-developing
a new sensor at the UH Science Center that can detect potential bioweapons
in sealed packages.
takes lead for science's sake
Earlier this week, the European Union
decided to pick up the research-funding slack that the United States undoubtedly
will leave after the House of Representatives failed to overturn President
Bush's first veto on a stem cell research bill.
Reggie Bush be there
The 2006 NFL draft was supposed to
be a day of celebration for a franchise coming off a dismal 2-14 campaign.
Instead, the Texans let the top offensive prospect, Southern California
running back Reggie Bush, slip right through their fingers.
The humidity and heat that August
brings will soon be replaced by magic and mayhem thanks to the Houston
Volume 71, Issue 154, Thursday, July 27, 2006
Prof works toward safety
Group to expand men's awareness
Sugar Land gets new degree
EU takes lead for science's sake
Outdated law gets needed repeal
Will Reggie Bush be there for the Saints?
Cougar wideout a loyal fan
Trade deadlines exciting as ever
Fest features 'Tempest'
'Strangers' dishes out sub par film candy