|Tuesday, November 3, 1998||
Volume 64, Issue 51
Students & Politics
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Today's Top Story
Many UH students and campus organizations have volunteered time on campus and around the city to get involved in today's elections.
In Opinion Today . . .
After nine days of prodding from President Clinton and Jordan's King Hussein (not to be confused with Iraq's Saddam Hussein), Yasser Arafat and Benjamin Netanyahu reached a peace agreement.
In Entertainment Today . . .
"We came, we saw, we rocked." Never were truer words spoken than Saturday night at Aerial Theater at Bayou Place. Better than Ezra, performing in front of a sold-out audience, definitely rocked The Buzz Monster Mash, a Halloween songfest featuring a few bands and a costume contest.
In Sports Today . . .
In Division I-A swimming and diving, one of the key components is the diving. However, Rice University is well behind the times. Rice has not yet installed a diving well in its natotorium, leaving it as one of the few Division I schools without diving capabilities.
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.
Signs of the times . . .
The Daily Cougar
Campaign posters line the drive to a Houston polling place. Today voters decide bond issues as well as cast their ballots in mid-term elections.