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By Alec McClure/The Daily Cougar
Feeling fall: Communication senior Kirsten Donovan
studied in front of the University Center Satellite on Thursday, enjoying
a decrease in heat. Although autumn began Friday, Houston temperatures
hit 100 degrees earlier this week, but with a cold front reaching the city,
highs of mid-80s will soon become the norm.
Emotions ran high Thursday during
the Student Publications Committee's first meeting of the semester, which
attracted a standing-room only crowd of students affected by an editorial
cartoon that ran in The Daily Cougar on Sept. 19.
Friday: Much Ado about Rita
What, if anything, could have been
done to mitigate the evacuation from Hurricane Rita?
competition is not a problem
Going into today's meet at the Texas
A&M-Corpus Christi invitational, beginning at 6 p.m., cross country
head coach Theresa Fuqua can be certain of this: Her runners will be fresh.
fails to punch
Disturbed dropped it's latest release,
Ten Thousand Fists on Sept. 20, and drop it is exactly what you should
do if you pick this up at the store ? just put it back and walk away.
Volume 71, Issue 24, Friday, September 30, 2005
Students confront SPC
Storm receives mixed reaction
Veterans' stories to make history
Campus Crime Report
Forum Friday: Much Ado about Rita
Tough competition is not a problem
Volleyball travels to face C-USA foes
Braves win title, again
'Fists' fails to punch through banal