|Tuesday, October 27, 1998||
Volume 64, Issue 46
Affirmative Action Vote
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Today's Top Story
An open forum Tuesday left UH less than two weeks to decide how it will handle the new state-mandated 42-hour core curriculum.
In Entertainment Today . . .
For a new rock group to surface in the music scene, it takes a lot of hard work and dedication. Athenaeum (ath-uh-nee-um), the latest pop/rock group to emerge, dedicated itself long ago and is now beginning to reap the benefits of the time and effort it invested.
In Opinion Today . . .
Fraternities and sororities are just glorified, expensive cliques, some say. Others assert that these organizations exist to provide valuable community service and fellowship for their members. Which side is right? Both. And neither.
In Sports Today . . .
Having the ball bounce their way or having the officials whistle one in their favor could easily have the Cougars in good shape for a bowl.
This Week's Feature
Social work as a profession is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, and the Graduate School of Social Work at UH is celebrating 30 years of serving the community.
Is this the wrong side of the tracks?
The Daily Cougar
Sophomore philosophy major Perry Ruebsamen takes time during the weekend to enjoy a different view of the downtown Houston skyline.