Monday, May 3, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 64, Issue 143

New UH-aided HISD program targets violence prevention

Big business

A long, dry summer?


Game Review: Triple Play 2000

Game Review: Ehrgeiz

Movie Review: Entrapment

Tice on Life

Staff Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Editorial Cartoon

Difficult scheduling could help UH tennis receive invite to regional

Cougars sign 6-3 guard

Caraway's slam, UH record seven homers cap sweep

Sport Shorts

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In News Today . . .

The UH College of Business Administration is helping a number of Houston public schools to implement a conflict-resolution program that organizers hope will prevent the growing number of violent outbursts occurring in schools nationwide.

In Opinion Today . . .

My friends, our school year is over. Today we will go to class for the last time, and the summer of 1999 will begin. Sure, we have finals in a week or two, but who's thinking about them now?

In Entertainment Today . . .

The newest addition to Electronic Arts' Triple Play series, Triple Play 2000, should slide into your home as one of your favorites.

In Sports Today . . .

After a fourth-place finish at the 1999 Conference USA Championships, a loss to regional rival Baylor on April 24 and a three-match losing streak to end the season, the UH women's tennis team still has a chance to make some noise in 1999.

Cooling off

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Senior mechanical engineering technology major John Goody falls into a dunking booth at the College of Technology's end-of-semester part last week.

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