Wednesday, March 10, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 64, Issue 110

Prejean: Death isn't the best punishment

UH staff refine skills at Institute

Alam Obituary

1999 HLS&R shatters records

Despite controversy, Rodeo Finals carry on with record-setting scores

The Game Boy

Album Review: The Roots

Concert Review: Clay Walker

Mahmoudi on the Government

Baroski on Sexual Harassment

Ethridge on the Death Penalty

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

UH rallies late against A&M but falls short

About the Cougar

Cougar Comics Online!

Citrusville -- David McGuire
Coogie -- John Palamidy
Bare Naked Lunch Box -- Aaron Lile
perry, the great -- ed de la garza
This Space for Rent -- Jim Parsons

In News Today . . .

"I've just come from Montana," said the petite woman in a larger-than-life Southern Louisiana accent. She explained that there is a movement afoot in Montana to abolish the death penalty ? "and a lot of times, when there are (such movements), the groups will say, 'Let's go get the nun.'"

In Opinion Today . . .

For years, the United States has maintained a higher power over many third-world and developing nations, often using force and manipulation as methods of control. Such actions have influenced politicians in many other western countries, who fear some sort of retaliation.

In Entertainment Today . . .

When the 1999 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo came to a close on Sunday, Rodeo officials knew that this year's charity event was something special.

In Sports Today . . .

The UH baseball team rallied once in the late innings on Tuesday night, but twice apparently wasn't meant to be.

So many tests, so little time

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Civil Engineering junior Saul Forttannello took advantage of Tuesday's nice weather to study for an Electric Circuits and Machines test, outside the Technology Building. Many students are having to take their mid-terms right before Spring Break.

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