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By Anna Reyes/The Daily Cougar
Signing up for faith: Father John Boll assisted
students in signing up to receive information from the Catholic Student
Organization at the Student Activities' Activities Mart on Tuesday.
of Police: Taking rides from strangers in exchange for parking spots can
To beat the heat of the day and help
out fellow commuters, some UH students could be inadvertently putting themselves
in danger by accepting rides to their cars from strangers in exchange for
parking spots, UH Chief of Police Malcolm Davis says.
shouldn't cloud pill debate
On Monday, Food and Drug Association
commissioner Lester M. Crawford announced that the ruling on Plan B, the
morning-after pill made by Barr Laboratories, would be postponed indefinitely.
expect 'great season'
Last March, the UH swimming and diving
program finished 20th nationally at the NCAA Championships.
throws dog a gone
game for DS
The game that caused the Nintendo
DS to sell better than all of the other systems combined for an entire
month in Japan has finally hit dual screens in America, and although Nintendogs
has a few rough spots, it is sure to please anyone from the casual mobile
gamer to the hardcore "I have to play everything" type.
Volume 71, Issue 8, Wednesday, August 31, 2005
Chief of Police: Taking rides
from strangers in exchange for parking spots can be unsafe
Some students say new cameras make them
uneasy, but most agree they are put to good use in preventing crime
Event to raise storm aid, spirit
Student's summer spent helping drug addicts
Politics shouldn't cloud pill debate
Bush fans confuse slogans for facts
Aramark a change for better
Cougars expect 'great season'
Clarrett once more in limbo
C-USA award goes to Cougar
AD, coaches: Cougar football is confident
Nintendo throws dog a bone in game for
Young breaks all rules
Pizza fresh from your pantry