Thursday, April 22, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 64, Issue 136

Faculty OKs change in Grievance Committee

English department celebrates Milton with a marathon reading

System may allow for 'paperless libraries'


Album Review: Spy

Movie Review: The Bicycle Thief

Movie Review: Mighty Peking Man

Moeller on Parents

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Around the Bases

Sport Shorts

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

In News Today . . .

Members of the UH Faculty Senate reached a compromise Wednesday regarding equal representation from each of the University's 14 colleges on the Faculty Grievance Committee.

In Opinion Today . . .

Wednesday's anniversary of Hitler's birthday was celebrated by two students sporting black trenchcoats who stormed their small-town high school armed with guns and explosive devices. They killed 13 fellow students and wounded at least 26 before turning the guns on themselves. The gunmen were associated with a counterculture "trench coat mafia," according to their fellow students.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Some people are saying Joshua Ralph of the band Spy is the next Beck. One could go a step further and say he is the next John Lennon. If Lennon were still alive, he would have probably helped with Spy's new album music to mauzner by.

In Sports Today . . .

COLLEGE STATION -- After its 15-5 win against the No. 3-ranked Texas A&M Aggies Tuesday night, the UH baseball team has won 10 games against teams ranked in the nation's top 25 at the time the Cougars played them. Seven of those wins have come away from Cougar Field.

Don't look down, don't look down...

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Freshman pre-business major Uy Allan scales down the walls of Robertson Dadium as part of ROTC repelling training.

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