Wednesday, August 2, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 164

KUHF moving to new home in Melcher center

Regents to weigh merger of HFAC, Social Sciences

Bush responds to Clinton's quip; GOP convention carries on




In House

Superhero Strip

Breaking Kayfabe

Album Review: Free Radicals

Movie Review: But I'm a Cheelrleader

Ex-KBXX deejay files suit against former employer


Who's in Charge of the GOP?

Whitlock on Cheney

Forsberg on Cheney

Republicans party on in Philly

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

The Wrestling Report

NBA Basketball

About the Cougar

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In News Today . . .

During the next couple of weeks, radio station KUHF will join UH's public television station in their new home, the LeRoy and Lucile Melcher Center for Public Broadcasting.

In Opinion Today . . .

Who's in Charge of the GOP?

Whitlock: What makes a good vice president? Some say a veep should provide geographic, ideological balance or flesh out a candidate's own views. Really, though, how important is a vice president once the election is through (and arguably even during the election)?

Forsberg: In the realm of politics, one of the most oft repeated lies has to be, "When I picked the vice-presidential candidate, I wasn't thinking of politics, but rather his qualifications to assume the presidency." If you believe that, I've got a bridge or two for sale.

In Entertainment Today . . .

If the opening track "Wave" on Free Radicals' latest release, Our Lady of Eternal Sunny Delights, doesn't get your attention and your feet rocking, then perhaps you're dead ... musically. Free Radicals continues to revitalize Houston's oftentimes boring music scene with tunes that won't easily fade from the listener's memory.

In Sports Today . . .

There's no time to be cute. There's no time to be funny. There's no time to hit y'all with a long, self-praising, shout-out heavy, egotistical ranting introduction. It's all usually well deserved, but let's get on with it.


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