|Thursday, October 29, 1998||
Volume 64, Issue 48
No Satellite Till Jan.
During the shake down on our new site, we'll do our best to have The Daily Cougar on the Web by noon. As soon as we get the kinks worked out, we'll have it ready to go with your morning coffee. Thanks for your patience.
Today's Top Story
After nearly six months of renovation and construction, the Satellite Food Court, located in the University Center Satellite, will be open for business in January.
On Campus Today . . .
Halloween is only two days away, and the time has come to start planning for the scariest night of the year. Afraid you'll be alone in the dorms without anyone to protect you? Want some company?
In Entertainment Today . . .
If you're planning on staying home and watching some bone-chilling, terror-filled movies on video this Halloween weekend, here are some entertaining choices to help you pick the best of what's available.
In Opinion Today . . .
When I started attending UH, one of my most important goals was to focus on my studies. I was determined to better my semidelinquent ways including, yet not limited to, procrastination, irresponsibility, daydreaming and intensive boy-watching.
In Sports Today . . .
Late last week, Terry Bowden was in rare mid-season form. Bowden resigned from Auburn University Friday because he was going to be fired at the end of the year. He said he didn't want his players to have to deal with the distractions. Hey, Terry, what do you think they are dealing with every single day when they see you on TV or in the papers or hear you on the radio?
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.
The Daily Cougar
Construction crews work last week to preapre the new scoreboard for installation above Hofheinz Pavilion's court. The scoreboard should be up and running by the time the basketball season starts in early November.