|Volume 1, Issue 1||
Wednesday, December 16, 1999
In News Today . . .
A $6 million gift from the John and Julie O’Quinn
Foundation to the University of Houston will fund plans to renovate Robertson
Stadium beginning in January.
I have a good number of acquaintances who are conservative. They either
vote straight-ticket Republican or vote Republican with a dash of Libertarian
here and there. Sometimes they’ll throw in a conservative Democrat or two
for good measure. While some of them are really nice people whom I admire,
there are others I keep at a distance.
Is country music entering the pop scene with more force than ever now? Can fans use the word "mainstream" with their favorite country artists?
Shania Twain is one of many country music artists who entertain fams of both country and pop music.
I think Clyde Drexler knew there was no hard copy edition of the Daily
Cougar this week. That’s why he decided to get thrown out of the game against
North Carolina State. He knew there wouldn’t be as many readers, so he
could get away with it. OK, maybe not.
UH forward William Stringfellow appears with his old hairdo (before sporting the corn row look).
In Comics Today . . .
Cougar Comics go online!