Wednesday, April 19, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 136

HFAC, Social Sciences may combine

Gladchuk to go with Ball State's McCallum

Dean's resignation demanded after computer science conflict

Coalition calls for UH vote



In House

Freaky Tales


Maximum Peel-Out

Superhero Adventures

Museum of Natural Science's Kremlin Gold mesmerizes

Love Doctors

The Wrestling Report

15 Questions

Cardenas on women

Miller on Easter

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

UH Baseball

A night to remember for UH's Nance

Schweitzer makes a lot out of little

About the Cougar

Getting to know you

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New UH head football coach Dana Dimel (second from left) talks to students at the UC Satellite in an attempt to recruit fans to attend the Cougars' games at Robertson Stadium next season.


In News Today . . .

Provost Edward P. Sheridan is expected to announce a proposal to merge the College of Humanities, Fine Arts and Communication and the College of Social Sciences at today's Faculty Senate meeting.

In Opinion Today . . .

"Women are pigs."

In Entertainment Today . . .

On Thursday evening April 13th, the Houston Museum of Natural Science opened Kremlin Gold: 1000 Years of Russian Gems and Jewels. This is an exclusive exhibition from the collection of the Moscow State Historical -Cultural Museum Preserve. This spectacular exhibit displays 140 masterpieces, including rare treasures and sacred jewelry dating back to early Russian history. 

In Sports Today . . .

UH head baseball coach Rayner Noble wondered if the team's newfound offensive production that weighed heavily in Sunday's win over Cincinnati would continue Tuesday night against No. 7 Baylor.


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