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Friday, November 13, 1998
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 64, Issue 59

Mandatory Orientation for All?

Semniar for International Students

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Campus Spotlight

90210 Flashback

Library Celebrates 2 Million Volumes

Sandler on Rec 2000

Staff Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Cougar Football

About the Cougar

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Today's Top Stories

The Undergraduate Council Wednesday unanimously approved changes to the University's admissions and new-student orientation program that will require all new UH students to attend an orientation session.

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In Opinion Today . . .

You people baffle me. You know who you are. You are the people who refuse to take advantage of the golden opportunity we have to build a first-class recreation center.

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In Entertainment Today . . .

I just moved to Washington, D.C., from Beverly Hills this week and I'm already having regrets. One of my dearest friends moved away three years ago, but now that I'm no longer there, he's moving back to Beverly Hills.

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In Sports Today . . .

When the Houston Cougars (3-6 overall, 2-2 in Conference USA) play the Cincinnati Bearcats (0-9, 0-5) Saturday afternoon at Nippert Stadium, there won't be much at stake for either team -- unless you count pride.

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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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A hero's welcome

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Astronaut John Glenn and his wife, Anna, ride in a welcome back parade Wednesday afternoon downtown. Glenn returned to Earth Saturday from his work on shuttle mission STS-95 aboard the space shuttel Discovery.

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