Thursday, January 21, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 64, Issue 76

No Y2K Problems at UH

Robertson Renovation Thanks to O'Quinn

$1.6M Grant Goes to UH Optometry Professor


Why Radio in Houston Sucks

UH Theatre Season Highlights School

Xenogears Meshes for Surefire Hit

Flying Sans Wings

Tive on Chivalry

Staff Editorial

Letters to the Editor

24-Ranked UH Baseball Ready to Rock

New Track Coach Gets Off on Right Foot

About the Cougar

Cougar Comics Online!

Citrusville -- David McGuire
Coogie -- John Palamidy
Jessie -- Dorothea Exis
perry, the great -- ed de la garza
Stop the World -- Curtis Miller

In News Today . . .

With 11-and-a-half months until the new year, the world is working to prevent what could be the largest technological disaster of the modern era: the failure of computer systems on Jan. 1, 2000.

In Opinion Today . . .

I'm wondering if I'm sexist. I didn't used to think so, but these days I'm not so sure.

In Entertainment Today . . .

I drive my father nuts. He refuses to ride in a car with me. It doesn't bother him that I run yellow lights. It doesn't bother him that I curse at other cars. He won't ride in the car with me because I am an infamous "radio flicker."

In Sports Today . . .

After it was prematurely announced that Assistant Coach Trip Couch was to resign from UH to join the baseball staff at Rice, it was re-announced that he would be staying with the Cougars. Couch said he couldn't be happier with his decision to stay.

Daddy, what is a 'prodigy'?

Pete Medrano/The Daily Cougar

Junior civil engineering student Walt Horuath and his son take a breather from playing Wednesday by leisurely skimming a novel on Satellite Hill.

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