Teusday, February 29, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 105

Jasckon to Bush: Equalize school funding

Candidates debate before SA elections

Charges against Walker filed, dropped Monday

Officer drives wrong way on freeway



In House

Freaky Tales


Maximum Peel-Out

Superhero Adventures

Disco Volante

A 'fantastic' man named Bill

Whitlock on party system

Moeller on news

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

UH Track

Sweep propels Coogs to No. 3

UH Baseball

UH's Tyson Schweitzer named C-USA's POW

About the Cougar

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The Rev. Jesse Jackson addresses reporters at the University Hilton on Monday. Jackson was at UH calling on Gov. George W. Bush to end alleged discrepancies in funding between the state's traditionally Anglo and African-American universities.


In News Today . . .

The Rev. Jesse Jackson called for an end to educational "apartheid" in Texas during an unexpected stop at a state higher education board meeting at UH on Monday, saying Gov. George W. Bush should promote equality in funding between traditionally Anglo and black state universities.

In Opinion Today . . .

Political pundit and "lefty" Donald Kaul once said of the Republican Party that it will not only fade away into obscurity, but historians will wonder how it lasted as long as it did. Kaul's sentiments are endlessly echoed by many in the media and nearly every leftist.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Kicking off an awesome weekend of local band shows was the " Showcase," which took place at Emo's this past Friday and featured three must-see bands: Simian Revolt, Simpleton Music and Small Craft Advisory.

In Sports Today . . .

New millennium, same results.


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