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Satellite Radio: UH-Clear Lake students Will Yonley and Steven Rask perform Thursday for the campus ministry's Fellowship of Love at the University Center Satellite patio. Fellowship of Love hosted the ministry's weekly meeting at the UC Satellite in hopes of promoting the organization. "We're a Christian group that wants to provide spiritual encouragement during the college careers of students," John Pham, adviser for the Fellowship of Love, said. The band, called The Pilots, played a free acoustic show for more than an hour. "We knew one of these guys from church and asked them to play today," Richard Van, Fellowship of Love president, said. The Fellowship of Love holds meetings every Thursday from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the Bayou City Room in the UC.


Foreign student numbers drop
The UH Office of International Admissions reported a slight decrease in the number of international students attending the University from 2004 to 2005. 

Forum Friday: Psych! No aid for you
At what time is it appropriate to be an 'ungifter'?

Houston to host three-game series
The UH baseball team is already amid of its evaluation process, but its next opponent, Monmouth, is just getting started with its own.

Popes' reunion to get fans 
on their knees
One of the greatest bands to ever try its hand at pop punk will do something Sunday night its fans never thought it would do again: play together.

Cougar Comics

Campus Spotlight

Volume 71, Issue 97, Friday, February 24, 2006


Foreign student numbers drop

Students need help improving writing

Student react to Muhammad cartoons


Forum Friday: Psych! No aid for you

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Houston to host three-game series

Tennis returns after almost two weeks off

March Madness makes for memories

Life & Arts

Popes' reunion to get fans on their knees

Slick 'Black' encourages gamers to jump the gun

'Guild Wars' music is to die for

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