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Series aimed at young viewers
Wonderworks will present a series of classic films as a pre-college learning experience for high school students at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in Room 150, Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture Building.

Options for diplomacy changed
Well, they finally did it, or so it appears.

O'Neil deserves baseball's top honor
John "Buck" O'Neil gave baseball all he had to offer during the years he played and served as a representative for the sport. Unfortunately, baseball didn't offer him much in the end. 

Music DVDs serve as democratic medium
Ugly Casanova, The Album Leaf, Iron & Wine, The Thermals, Fruit Bats and The Shins have more in common than being some of the most talented musicians currently recording; they're all on the Seattle-based independent label Sub Pop Records.

Cougar Comics

Volume 72, Issue 36, Tuesday, October 10, 2006


Series aimed at young viewers

Students reinvent local park

Work on health program begins

Public policy center head plans to extend research


Options for diplomacy changed

Space should be spy-free territory

We must embrace peace to achieve it

Editorial Cartoon


O'Neil deserves baseball's top honor

Life & Arts

Music DVDs serve as democratic medium

Door still open for Evanescence

Ludacris' 'Therapy' stick to formula

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