Friday, February 25, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 103

Former US attorney general: progress needed after ADA

Memory is moneymaker at UH

O'Neal asks SPC for reinstatement

Scholarship offer by HAO




In House

Freaky Tales


Maximum Peel-Out

Superhero Adventures

SONICFLOOd hopes for pumped-up crowd for tonight's show

Supergroup Boyz II Men turns Rodeo into heel-kickin' party

A 'Fantastic' man named Bill

Elrod on finance

Melancon on sickness

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

UH Track

UH Baseball

About the Cougar

'Can we get seconds?'

Danny Nguyen/The Daily Cougar

UH students take part in the free buffet on Thursday at Lynn Eusan Park, an event sponsored by Houston's KTBZ 107.5 "The Buzz."


In News Today . . .

Former U.S. Attorney General Dick Thornburgh praised advances in handicap access in America on Thursday, but said progress still must be made to completely integrate the nation's 54 million disabled Americans into mainstream society.

In Opinion Today . . .

A couple of weeks ago, I pointed out that it seems that the only people championing campaign finance reform (i.e. new finance laws) are those who have had problems obeying the laws we already have. I thought it would be beneficial, and hopefully interesting, for me to go into more depth about why campaign finance reform, as advocated by Sen. John McCain, is misguided, undemocratic and ultimately unconstitutional.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Christian Alternative praise and worship band SONICFLOOd join Christian Alternative band the Newsboys in performing 7 p.m. tonight at the Humble Civic Center.

In Sports Today . . .

The city of broad shoulders is about to get a slap on the back, as in "Hey, it's good to see you. We're so glad to be here."


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