|Tuesday, October 20, 1998||
Volume 64, Issue 41
Big Donation for Minority Students
Thanks to a $40,000 donation from the Arco Pipe Line Co., students in UH's Program for Mastery in Engineering Studies will find problem-solving a little easier.
On Campus Today . . .
With the UH men's practice basketball season underway and the school "Clyde-Crazy," it is time to introduce the Moores School of Music's direct tie with the "Come Glyde With Clyde" campaign.
In Opinion . . .
Sometimes threats to the First Amendment can come from the unlikeliest of places.
In Entertainment . . .
The lineup Friday night at Fitzgerald's consisted of bands Ghoti Hook, Home Grown and finally MxPx. Needless to say, this was going to be one hype show, especially with strong openers like Ghoti Hook and Home Grown.
In Sports Today . . .
New coach. New attitude. New year. Same team. Well, at least that was the case in the first four games for the University of North Texas. In the last three years, UNT has produced a record of 11-22, including a 4-7 mark last season. This season, the struggles appeared to continue with four consecutive losses to open the season.
Just a-sittin' and a-readin'
Post-bac student Jason Fulton enjoys last week's sunny weather at Cullen Family Plaza. Unfortunately, the weekend and Monday were marked by unrelenting storms in the Houston area.
The Daily Cougar
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