Monday, July 31, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 163 

Night Out to unify campus

UH names new asst. VP for University Studies

HSF begins with tales of betrayal

Republicans converge on city of bortherly love

Campus Crime Update



In House

Superhero Strip

Breaking Kayfabe

Album Review: Sly Letter

Album Review:
Eve 6

Movie Review: Nutty Professor II: The Klumps

Mitchell on tragedy

Moeller on Napster

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Jones to play for US in junior games

UH Softball

World Basketball

About the Cougar

'Give me a buzz'

Sophie Teasdale/The Daily Cougar

Sophomore biology major Robin Lewis and junior pre-business major Chariesse Simpson work at freshman orientation in the Houston Room Saturday. The event is aimed at helping freshmen deal with the transition to college life. 


In News Today . . .

The UH community will have the chance to meet its campus police force Tuesday evening at the University's National Night Out event.

In Opinion Today . . .

I was listening to the radio when I heard about the Concorde crash last week. I remember as I listened to the first reports, the only words I heard were "Concorde -- crashed and everyone aboard is dead."

It was just another tragic accident that happened to some poor souls in some other country. Or was it?

In Entertainment Today . . .

One of Houston's best-kept secrets isn't a secret anymore. With the release of its debut studio album These Autumn Skies, local band Sly Letter has put itself on the map.

In Sports Today . . .

Incoming UH women's basketball recruit Chandi Jones will not spend her vacation like many freshman. She won't have to flip burgers or sell clothes at the Gap. She'll be playing basketball for her country.


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