Thursday, September 9, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 13
SA: Bookstore to improve services

Teacher evaluations available

SA unveils new, improved website


The Adventures of Ruth the Pig



In House

Maximum Peel-Out

Dreamcast offers faster speed, intriguing games and even Internet access

Game Review: Power Stone

Game Review: Sonic Adventure

Mitchell on Children

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Cougar Football

Ruggiano joins swim team

Player Profile: Adriano Belli

C-USA Football Notebook

About the Cougar

'Into the great wide open...'

Barry Watson/The Daily Cougar

Cougar mascots Shasta and Sasha emerge from a cloud of smoke before the start of The Bayou Bucket game Saturday. The Cougars went on to beat the Rice Owls 28-3.


In News Today . . .

The Students' Association Senate on Wednesday sped through a meeting that lasted less than half an hour, unable to conduct much business in the absence of key senators.

In Opinion Today . . .

When your mom and dad became parents so many years ago, they probably had visions of what you would look like and what you would be like.

In Entertainment Today . . .

With the Sega Dreamcast being the first Internet-ready game console, you need to know how it works before you get the hook up, right? Well here's the skinny, the dope, the 411 or whatever you like to call it these days.

The Sega Dreamcast has a built-in modem with a data transfer rate of 56K bits per second, which is (here's the cool part) upgradable. The modem allows you, the gamer, to play games online with other Dreamcast freaks in immense multiplayer arenas or one on one.

In Sports Today . . .

A formidable challenge awaits the UH football team at Legion Field in Birmingham, Ala., on Saturday afternoon.



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