Wednesday, July 19, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 160 

UHPD gains another lawsuit

UHPD ranks thin as Cempa fired Monday

UH System regent receives 2000 Delta Sigma Pi award

Women's Expo seeks volunteers



In House

Superhero Strip

Breaking Kayfabe

Album Review: Ruff Ryders

Movie Review: What Lies Beneath

Guest Columnist: Angie Patton

Forsberg on surveillance

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Three ex-Coogs going 'down under'

The Wrestling Report

About the Cougar

You could be jailed in China for this ... ?

Jian Lan (left), leads a group in Falun Gong, a mind and body exercise, at Hermann Park on Tuesday, July 18. Participants included (bottom, left to right) Min Fu, Xuewei Chen and Qin Sun. The event was organized by the Falun Dafa, an internationally controversial national organization promoting mental and physical health.

Sophie Teasdale/The Daily Cougar

In News Today . . .

A former UH student who was arrested for sexually assaulting a campus resident last year, but was later cleared of the charges, filed suit Thursday against the University and the UH Police Department for at least $1.5 million.

In Opinion Today . . .

After bungling an attempt last November to dismiss UH Police Chief George Hess, UH administration quietly retreated to rethink its strategy and formulate a new plan. More than a mandate, "Operation: Get George" emerged as administrative sport.

In Entertainment Today . . .

"A frenzy," is how producer Swizz Beatz, the mastermind behind one of hip-hop's hottest groups, the Ruff Ryders, describes the sequel to 1999's Ryde or Die Vol. I; Ryde or Die Vol. II.

In Sports Today . . .

Cougar red took a back seat to the red, white and blue of the American flag when three former Cougar greats earned spots on the U.S. Olympic team at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Sacramento, Calif.


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