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Wednesday, November 11, 1998
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 64, Issue 57

Rec 2000 Forum

Grades Replace Test Scores

Campus Spotlight

Spooky Preview

The Video Vixen

Library Celebrates 2 Million Volumes

Can Morality Encourage Violence?

Staff Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Drexler's Unofficial Debut Spoiled

V-Ball Gunning for Rice

The Wrestling Report

About the Cougar

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Student Publications

Today's Top Stories

The Recreation 2000 referendum committee held two of its final open-forum information sessions Tuesday to answer the UH community's questions about the proposed student recreation center.

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In Opinion Today . . .

A headline in The Washington Post last month, "When Anti-Choice becomes Anti-Life," is a profound comment on the power that individual moral self-righteousness, usually under the guise of religion, has on every person in America today.

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In Entertainment Today . . .

A few of you may have caught the review of the new DJ Spooky album Riddim Warfare a couple of weeks ago in The Daily Cougar. And if you actually were impressed with it, or thought it was even slightly interesting, think again.

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In Sports Today . . .

The UH men's basketball team played its first game of a new era Tuesday, and it turned out to be a good showing despite some poor shooting and ill-timed free-throw misses that could be chalked up to inexperience.

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This Week's Feature

Last week, the M.D. Anderson Memorial Library celebrated the addition of its 2 millionth volume, a milestone regarded as highly as an anniversary in academic circles.

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Rallying against hate crimes

Conrad Turner/The Daily Cougar

Today at noon, The Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Alliance will hold a rally on Satellite Hill in memory of murdered Wyoming student Matthew Shepard opposing hate crimes. Hate speech is even evident at UH, as this example from an Agnes Arnold Hall men's room shows.

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