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To Our Readers

Today marks the end of the regular 
fall publishing runs of The Daily Cougar 
and The Daily Cougar Online.
Catch the Finals Edition on newsracks tomorrow through the end of finals week.

Stay Tuned for News!: 
Check this space for Breaking News,
the winter break online update
of The Daily Cougar!


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A very Cougar Christmas: The Department of Student Publications, which oversees The Daily Cougar and the Houstonian yearbook, wish everyone a happy and safe holiday season. Publication of the Cougar ? and classes ? resume Jan. 17.

TOP STORIES

Regents may propose tuition hike
The UH System Board of Regents will likely propose another increase in tuition and fees next semester. Board of Regents Chairman Leroy L. Hermes said the increase will be necessary to fund programs and hire new faculty in several departments.
 

Put fellowship atop Christmas list
This holiday season many people are expecting gifts, trinkets and treasures, and it's only natural that you do too. 
 

Cougars: Bring it on, Bearkats
One week after their victory over Arizona, the Cougars will face another team, who like themselves, are hungry for national recognition and hoping to make it to the NCAA Tournament. 
 

Prejudices don't hold up in 'Mountain'
There are some stories that deserve to be told once, and others time and time again. The strongest stories are those that capture the minds and the hearts of their audiences. 
 

Cougar Comics
 

Campus Spotlight

Volume 71, Issue 68, Tuesday, December 6, 2005


News

Regents may propose tuition hike

Money fraud suit now in court

Recent UH graduate will rely on grassroots effort to win election

Hernandez counts on previous experience to gain house seat


Opinion

Put fellowship atop Christmas list

Too many drinks add holiday pounds

Look back, forward at semester's end

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Cougars: Bring it on , Bearkats

Lady Cougars back on home court

Looking forward to Fort Worth


Life & Arts

Prejudices don't hold up in 'Mountain'

Collaborations make for notable 'Revenge'

Stars in Mobile ads would not be missed



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