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Thursday, September 23, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 23
News
McMahan applauds progress

Textbooks, soap topics at SA Senate's Meeting

AAS to sponsor open house today

Campus
Spotlight


The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

Citrusville

Coogie

In House

Maximum Peel-Out

Entertainment
Movie Review:
Mumford

Movie Review:
Earth

Movie Review:
Jakob the Liar

Features
Opinion
Mitchell on Sociology

Theriault on Faith

Miller on Miss America

Staff Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Editorial Cartoon

Sports
C-USA Teams seek more upsets for this weekend

Cougars begin C-USA play

Astros overcome season's adversity paving the way to third-straight title

Poole leads women's cross country

Archives
Staff
About the Cougar


Ripped


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Senior history major Alex Herrmann rips a phone book in half at the UC Satellite as part of Tommy Attack, a demonstration of strength based on faith.

In News Today . . .

UH System Board of Regents Chairman Charles E. McMahen praised the University's progress and priorities at Wednesday's Fall Faculty Assembly in Farish Hall.

McMahen, who began his second term as board chairman this semester, said he was pleased with the role the Regents are taking in system administration. "The board is really setting policy," he said. "Our principal role is to be supportive."
 

In Opinion Today . . .

Forget about Jazzercise, yoga and even Tae Bo! Drop that PE class and come on over to the classes that are guaranteed to burn that energy and get that blood pumping!

Come on over to sociology!
 

In Entertainment Today . . .

If you're on a quest for a movie in the realm of thought provoking, or uproariously funny entertainment, then continue on your trek. Because adjectives such as these would be slightly inaccurate in describing Paramount's newest: Mumford.
 

In Sports Today . . .

Conference USA was involved in some great games this past weekend.


One thousand points of light


Max Lacayo/The Daily Cougar


Students from Alpha Kappa Alpha participate in an evening vigil held in memory of Lynn Eusan. Eusan, the sorority's first president, was also the University's first black Homecoming Queen in 1968.
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