|Thursday, November 5, 1998||
Volume 64, Issue 53
Remembering Lynn Eusan
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Today's Top Stories
Thirty years ago at UH, KUHF was a student-run radio station, Hofheinz Pavilion was under construction and students watched movies on campus for only 50 cents.
Also that year, UH crowned its first black Homecoming queen, 20-year-old junior education major Lynn Eusan.
On Campus Today . . .
Homecoming Week officially began Wednesday with the annual Kickoff at the University Center, where students showed spirit for the Cougars and the Homecoming Court was announced.
In Opinion Today . . .
It's difficult being female in today's society. (That is probably the understatement of the year.) There are an infinite amount of issues females have to consider that males would never encounter. These issues include, for example, the role of women in society.
In Entertainment Today . . .
After the enormous multi-platinum success of her 1995 debut CD Jagged Little Pill, expectations for Alanis Morissette's next album were sky high.
In Sports Today . . .
This past midnight madness was sweet for all college basketball fans, but it was even sweeter for one man who thought he may never see a celebration like that ever again.
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
Athletics Director Chet Gladchuk addressed a crowd Wednesday at the Univeristy Center as the UH cheerleaders led cheers. Wednesday's rally marked the official kick-off of Homecoming Week, will culminate with Saturday's football game.