Wednesday, June 9, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 64, Issue 147

UH nationally ranked in Hispanic degree numbers

Cougar Briefs



In House

The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

Shagadelic Album Review

The Wrestling Report

Moeller on skeeters

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Sanders named second team All-American

Cougar track finishes top 10

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In News Today . . .

UH earned the distinction of being one of the top 20 universities in the United States in terms of bachelor's degrees awarded to Hispanic students in 1996-97, indicating strong minority performance despite the demise of affirmative action in Texas public universities.

In Opinion Today . . .

The day after the Spring semester ended, my friends and I went on a much needed, yet totally unprepared camping trip. 

When they picked me up at my house, my friends (who are a mixed group of males and females) had already overloaded the four-door car. Clearly someone didn't know how to pack.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Yeah, baby, yeah! Austin Powers is back and he's got some friends to give us some swinging music, baby! If the soundtrack to Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me is any indication of how good the movie will be, then we'll have a groovy time, yeah!

In Sports Today . . .

UH sophomore golfer Andy Sanders was named a second team All-American on Monday by the Golf Coaches Association of America. He is the first player from UH to be given such an honor in the last four years.

Pea-induced insomnia

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Jennifer Cherry, Brad Hernandez and Charles Hutchison act a scene from The Princess and the Pea, part of the Childern's Theatre Festival, playing until June 18 at the Wortham Theatre.

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