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Like it spicy?: The UH Salseros danced the night away Sunday in the University Center Houston Room. The group learns different types of Salsa dancing every week.

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Rita rejuvenates campus sports
Though UH and the city of Houston escaped the worst of Hurricane Rita's fury, the storm left an indelible impression on two of the schools most visible organizations -- the football and men's basketball teams.
 

Being a man means being yourself
During a recent conversation with a good friend, I casually mentioned that my hairstylist is a man. He quickly replied with, "Oh, he must be gay."
 

Football proves it has what it takes
The majority of the teams ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 Poll have at least two things in common: They establish the run early in the game and no matter how ineffective it may seem, they stick with it and they have a good defense.
 

In print features literature's finest
To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Inprint Inc., in association with Alley Theatre, the UH Creative Writing Program and Brazos Bookstore, is bringing some of literature's biggest names, such as John Updike, Louise Erdrich and Mary Gordon, to Houston for its 2005-2006 Inprint Brown Reading Series.
 

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Campus Spotlight

Volume 71, Issue 26, Tuesday, October 4, 2005


News

Rita rejuvenates campus sports

A real opening for 'real food'

Senate schedule put off by Rita

Campus Crime Report


Opinion

Being a man means being yourself

Republicans have little to brag about

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Football proves it has what it takes

Former Cougar earns CFL award

In the end, muscle won't win


Life & Arts

Inprint features literature's finest

Fans may find ex-Beatle's best work in 'Backyard'

Astros need luck, tunes for momentum



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