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Dimel to 'crank' things up as UH's new football coach

New contract could change campus vending machines

Rec Center Decision leaves Frontier Fiesta site undetermined


 Arts
Play review: Alley Theatre's A Christmas Carol

Concert Review: Rage against the Machine

Movie Previews: Anna a winner; Bicentennial ticks by

The Wrestling Report

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 Opinion
Nandagiri: New coach brings promise to football program

Moeller: Slow your roll, Houston

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


 Sports
Cougars defeat Rice, Valpo before road trip

UH women succumb to Lady Longhorns 85-61

Athletics Department brings in new additions


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Volume 2, Issue 1                            University of Houston

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Dana Dimel, UH's new head football coach, speaks with reporters after a Monday press conference at the Athletic/Alumni Center.

Dimel to 'crank' things up as UH's new football coach

New UH head football coach Dana Dimel promised to bring glory back to the Cougar football program at his introduction to the UH community Monday.

"The leadership of the football program is in the hands of somebody that cares deeply about the tradition and the roots that are instilled into the University of Houston," Dimel said. "My job is to carry that on and to bring it back to the highest of its glory days that it had at one time."

New contract could change campus vending machines

The UH System Board of Regents has approved a proposal for University officials to begin negotiations on a multimillion-dollar contract that could result in different soft drinks being sold in campus vending machines.

Rec center decision leaves Frontier Fiesta site undetermined

The location of future Frontier Fiestas remains in limbo after UH consultants decided the new student recreation center will be built on the current Fiesta site.
 
 

Play review: Alley Theatre's A Christmas Carol

The Alley Theatre's stage version of the popular Christmas tale isnít the best interpretation ever, but it is good enough to demand your attention.

Concert review: Rage Against the Machine

Political sentiments mixed with rock music Monday at Compaq Center as Rage Against the Machine took the stage with Anti-Flag and Gang Starr.

Movie previews: Anna a winner; Bicentennial barely ticks by

The Wrestling Report
 
 

Nandagiri: New coach brings promise to football program

UH has hired another ex-offensive lineman to coach its football team. But something is different with this burly guy, who has a face as young as some of his players'.

Moeller: Slow your roll, Houston

Traffic-ticket quotas are illegal. But Houston police officers' getting in trouble for not writing tickets isnít.
 
 

Cougars defeat Rice, Valpo before road trip

The UH men's basketball team is enjoying a three-game winning streak as it heads to Monroe, La., tonight to begin a two-game road trip.

UH women succumb to Lady Longhorns 85-61

The Lady Cougars' Dec. 7 loss moved their record to 1-6 on the season.

Athletics Department brings in new additions

UH Athletics announced Dec. 7 the addition of Bill Regan as assistant athletics director for compliance and Jessica Bettger as assistant marketing director for promotions. 

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http://www.stp.uh.edu/bn9900/12-15/index.html
 

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