Monday, August 9, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 64, Issue 163

Judge shoots down A&M law affiliation

Cougar News Briefs



To Hell and Back

In House

The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

Movie Review:
The Sixth Sense

Movie Review: Bowfinger

Mitchell on Letters

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Former Cougar Andre Ware retires from NFL

Cougars report to camp as football begins two-a-days with new players

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In News Today . . .

Texas A&M University's quest to acquire a law school -- even in name only -- hit a brick wall last week when an Austin judge ruled the university must end most of its association with the South Texas College of Law.

In Opinion Today . . .

I don't know why, but in the past several years, the world has gotten very complicated. It seems that the more technologically advanced the world becomes, the more we lose touch with each other. You may be thinking that you are more in touch with people now than you used to be because you have e-mail and instant messaging on your computer, a pager constantly beeping or a cell phone permanently attached to your ear.

In Entertainment Today . . .

If you like to be freaked out, The Sixth Sense is the movie event you've been waiting for. You're more likely to jump out of your seat in this movie than you would be in the The Blair Witch Project or Deep Blue Sea.

In Sports Today . . .

Andre Ware, a former Houston Cougar and Heisman Trophy winner, announced his retirement from the NFL last week.

'How many fingers ad I holding up?'

William Cordray/The Daily Cougar

Members of the Houston Convention and Visitors' Bureau tour the Gerald Hines School of Architecture on Friday during UH's Arts and Smarts Tour, organized by the Blaffer Gallery to promote the University's cultural opportunities.

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