|Tuesday, February 22, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 100
Up, up and away!
Rodeo patrons ride the Yo-Yo at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo's carnival attraction on Monday.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has once again ruled
in favor of two female UH employees who allege General Counsel Dennis Duffy
subjected them to a hostile work environment and repeatedly discriminated
against them based on age, race and gender.
The Republican and Democratic primaries are upon us. By and large, Americans
have two Democrats and two Republicans to choose from. On the Democratic
side, there is the born-again New Dealer Bill Bradley versus Clinton surrogate
Al Gore. On the Republican side, there is media darling John McCain versus
former media darling George W. Bush.
I have never seen Rudyard's as packed as it was Thursday night when
20 Miles, featuring Judah Bauer from The John Spencer Blues, played with
Bob Log III (formerly Doo Rag) and Jug O' Lightnin'. Bob Log III stole
the show with an amazing one-man performance.
There is something special about this year's Cougar baseball squad. They have a sort of quiet confidence about them, which they have translated into a solid 7-3 record.