Monday, April 3, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 124

SGA execs, Senate to take office today

Commission extends consulting deadline

Campus Crime Update

Rapoport takes over deanship at UH Law



In House

Freaky Tales


Maximum Peel-Out

Superhero Adventures

Road Rage Tour rocks Aerial with gothic mood

The Scoop

Album Review: Jennifer Knapp

Nintendo, DataDyne arrive at UH

Nandagiri on gyms

Trevino on fatal flaws

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

UH Track

UH Tennis

UH Baseball

About the Cougar

The madding crowd

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Thousands pack Buffalo Bayou Park for the Enron and 104.1 KRBE co-sponsored Enron Earth Day Festival on Saturday.


In News Today . . .

The Student Government Association will begin a new era today with the swearing-in of its top three executives.

In Opinion Today . . .

After years of playing basketball in Melcher and Garrison, my body finally said "Enough!" last week. It was not because I was in bad shape or because I could not hit my jump shot. It was because of the air.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Friday night, the promising rain clouds loomed over downtown Houston as flocks of goth kids lingered outside the Aerial Theater smoking clove cigarettes and waiting for the night's two headlining bands Coal Chamber and Type O Negative to step into the limelight.

In Sports Today . . .

Performing before a panoply of stars from the past, the UH men's track and field team was simply out of this world as it completed a stunning comeback to capture the win at the inaugural outdoor meet of the Tom Tellez Track.


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