|Thursday, November 12, 1998||
Volume 64, Issue 58
Students Rally against Hate Crimes
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Today's Top Stories
About 50 students gathered on Satellite Hill Wednesday to remember slain college student Matthew Shepard and rally against hate crimes.
In Opinion Today . . .
Obviously slacking in my duties as a campus-conscious UH student, I was not aware of the imminent Recreation 2000 vote until very recently.
In Entertainment Today . . .
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer is one of the very few sequels that exceeds its predecessor.
In Sports Today . . .
After falling behind two games to one, the UH Cougar Volleyball team rallied for a pair of wins in games four and five and defeated the Rice Owls 3-2 (15-9, 13-15, 10-15, 15-12) Wednesday night at Hofheinz Pavilion.
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.
Y'know, students get in free
Barry Watson/The Daily Cougar
UH ROTC members rappel off Robertson Stadium Wednesday afternoon as part of their training.