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Where's the Candy?
Photo by Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar
In his office in E.
Cullen, UH President Jay Gogue took a break from running the University
on Monday to hand out candy to children from the Wheeler Avenue Baptist
By Anna Reyes/The Daily Cougar
Architecture sophomore Kamyar Biazar proved Monday that
you're never too old to dress up by borrowing a costume from his friend.
He ran around campus dressed as Master Shake from Aqua Teen Hunger Force
because he was "bored."
Although the Texas Higher Education
Coordinating Board reported that 1,192,243 students enrolled in institutions
of higher education in Fall 2005, the 1.6 percent increase from last year
is not up to standard, the Houston Chronicle reported.
S. should watch avian flu closely
A few days ago, I read the following
in Newsweek: "Washington was turning its attention to the threat posed
by an exceptionally lethal strain of flu virus that could, in the worst
case, kill as many people in a few months as AIDS has done in two decades."
ready to stoke fires of rivalry
Entering this week, the UH volleyball
team has only three remaining Conference USA matches, and each one is equally
in bass leads provocative 'Godunov'
The Houston Grand Opera's 51st season
opens with dramatic vengeance. Hope, desire and betrayal fill HGO's production
of Modest Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov, starring returning American bass
Volume 71, Issue 46, Tuesday, November 1, 2005
Enrollment not growing at
Jury exercise to give rape info
U. S. should watch avian flu closely
Discreet language goes a long way
Letters to the Editor
UH ready to stoke fires of rivalry
UH begins postseason play
Killer Bees lose sting in World Series
Tennis comes up big in Fall Classic
Best in bass leads provocative 'Godunov'
'Colossus' will reset precedents
Impact of 'Danube' fueled by theatricality