Wednesday, September 29, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 27

Y2K should be a silent night

Program focuses on black women

UH rape awareness program continues

Hillel to offer 3,000 free trips to Israel
Sale to aid earthquake victims


The Adventures of Ruth the Pig



In House

Maximum Peel-Out

Album Review:
Bif Naked

Game Review:
Dungeon Keeper 2

Album Review:
Jon Randall

Album Preview:
Kim Lenz and the Jaguars

The Wrestling Report

Cardenas on Parking

Dao on Life

Theriault on Relationships

Staff Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Editorial Cartoon

UH/C-USA Volleyball Notebook

UH Tennis

Sports Opinion

About the Cougar

Delta decorations

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

New members of Kappa Delta Chi sorority plan their decoratins for the "Delta Board" in the Governor's Hall of the UC.


In News Today . . .

An emergency response team will spend New Year's Eve on the UH campus to provide immediate attention in case of any "Y2K" system failures.

The Year 2000 team is confident that all UH computers and systems are Y2K compliant, but like other organizations throughout the world, it will be on site and ready to respond to any problems.

In Opinion Today . . .

Word problem: A car seating one passenger leaves home at 9:05 a.m. The passenger arrives at the Entrance 1 parking lot 25 minutes later, and after a 15-minute hike to class, arrives at his 10 a.m. class 20 minutes late. How is this possible?

In Entertainment Today . . .

Bif Naked, MTV's wild and crazy girl of the hour, has proven she is worth all the hype with her debut solo album I Bificus.

As a little background to her music: This girl has had a troubled existence, and she bares all in the album's heartfelt lyrics.

In Sports Today . . .

At about the same time Houston Astros right fielder Bill Spiers was dropped to the field at Milwaukee's Country Stadium on Friday night, the UH Cougar volleyball team was under attack in Hattiesburg, Miss.


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