Teusday, April 18, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 135

Rice says no to online notes; UH inactive

HPD, HAWC join to stop sexual assault

HAO accepting nominations for excellent faculty

Intrepid Troupe presents different kind of circus



In House

Freaky Tales


Maximum Peel-Out

Superhero Adventures

Album Revie: Joni Mitchell

D'angelo bridges the musical gap between generations

Buzzfest a disappointing experience for non-teeny-boppers

Disco Volante

Whitlock on corporations

Moeller on corporations

Editorial Cartoon

Belli signs with Falcons

Call from the Titans a surprise for Mike Green

UH Baseball

UH Tennis

About the Cougar

'To your right, the only empty parking space at UH'

Kevin Harwerth/The Daily Cougar

David Edminson, a political science sophomore, leads Kingwood High School student Aaron Olivares and his parents on a campus tour Monday afternoon. Student members of the UH Ambassadors, a group based in the Office of Admissions, offer tours of the campus to visitors every day.


In News Today . . .

Rice University has joined a growing group of schools nationwide taking at least some action against Internet businesses that offer class notes online.

In Opinion Today . . .

I once overheard a woman say, "Those big corporations take and they take, and they never give back!"

In Entertainment Today . . .

Singer/songwriter Joni Mitchell gained notice in 1968 with her Judy Collins cover of "Both Sides Now." Mitchell's latest release of the same name sounds like the precursor to her early years in the industry.

In Sports Today . . .

For hopefuls who are not chosen in the NFL draft, there are some perks.


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