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By Gregory Bohuslav/The Daily Cougar
Pride and pralines: University Studies freshman
Eledeia Johnson, at right, makes a purchase at a bake sale benefiting the
Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual Alliance at the PGH Breezeway on Thursday.
million to fund student relief
The U.S. Department of Education is
doing its part to help students displaced from universities destroyed by
Hurricane Katrina by allocating $2 million to Houston and Dallas-Fort Worth
TRIO programs for low-income and disadvantaged students.
Friday: What are some solutions to UH's parking debacle?
What are some solutions to UH's parking debacle?
plate full this weekend
Following her team's crushing three-game
loss at the hands of No. 5 Minnesota in the Kansas State Invitational Friday
night, UH volleyball team captain Jaci Gonzalez decided that she had seen
enough. So, she called a team meeting.
movie' loses clout
Religion movies always seem like they
are aimed to cause controversy; even if their intentions are to simply
recreate history, they always manage to offend someone, except for maybe
that VeggieTales movie.
Volume 71, Issue 19, Friday, September 16, 2005
$2 million to fund student
Event welcomes 'Katrina Cougars'
Campus enforcing fire codes
Campus Crime Report
Forum Friday: What are some solutions
to UH's parking debacle?
Costs high for disabled students
UH's plate full this weekend
Luau can wait -- runners focus on the
competition in Hawaii
It's all coming together for Cougars
'God movie' loses clout with blame game
Big names in gaming lead next generation
'Massacre' only kills time with rerelease