Tuesday, April 27, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 64, Issue 139

Who's at fault for the increase in cheating?

UT research may help dialysis patients


Album Review: Ben Folds Five

Album Review: Queens of the Stone Age

Buzzfest Review

Whitlock on Kosovo

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Track seniors look back, ahead, with final meets near

Sports Opinion

Cougar Shorts

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In News Today . . .

For years to come, President Clinton, the University of Minnesota men's basketball team and writers like Bob Corbett could figure into students' grades.

In Opinion Today . . .

Imagine the following taking place in a land far, far away between the Orthodoxes and the Nationals.

In Entertainment Today . . .

If you've never heard Ben Folds Five, you're missing out on what could be the most influential band of the late '90s.

In Sports Today . . .

May is a big month for the UH track teams as they get ready for the Conference USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Milwaukee, Wis. For most of the members of the men's and women's track team, it means the end of the season and the start of training for next year. But, for the few seniors on the team, it means the end of their track-and-field careers as UH Cougars.

Turkey anyone?

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Thomas Duening, associate dean of the College of Business Adminstration, speaks to an audience about his experiences in Turkey at Monday's lecture "Things you Never Knew About Turkey."

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