Tuesday, September 28, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 26

Increase in exotic animals puts SPCA in bind

IT hopes to expand computing classes

Fraternities offer leadership skills

Librarians book examines published home designs


The Adventures of Ruth the Pig



In House

Maximum Peel-Out

Album Review: Eve

Album Review: Our Lady Peace

ALbum Review: Adam Sandler

Moeller on Love

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

UH Women's Cross Country

Top 25 Notebook

Sports Opinion

Player Profile: Kristen Guidish

About the Cougar

Get your socks off

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Education junior Jessica McManus relaxes in between classes at the PGH Breezeway


In News Today . . .

Nineteen-month-old Lucy is adept at playing hide-and-seek. Always the ham, she will do anything to vie for attention, despite the fact that her disposition can change at any moment.

In fact, Lucy is locked in a cage because of her temperament. It's not uncommon for a 70-pound cougar raised in captivity.

In Opinion Today . . .

I'm afraid of growing old and unhappy. Many people share this fear with me, and I suppose that is why so many people get married too soon. Heck, if it doesn't work out and happiness isn't achieved, you can always file a divorce, right?

In theory, being with someone and being unhappy is a lot better than being alone and unhappy.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Before October 1998, Days of the New had everything going for it: a double-platinum album plus an opening gig on Metallica's tour. Everything was looking really great, but turmoil had begun to brew.

In Sports Today . . .

Eve, the first lady of the Ruff Ryders' crew (DMX, The LOX) drops her debut album, Ruff Ryders' First Lady.


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