Friday, October 1, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 29

UH prepares for Homecoming

City division to take paid inters

SPC votes to postpone chair election

Campaign registers local Latino voters


The Adventures of Ruth the Pig



In House

Maximum Peel-Out

Movie Review: Drive Me Crazy

Whitlock on The South

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

UH Soccer

UH Volleyball

About the Cougar

Hold the mustard

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Local rap/hip-hop group Flip Dashwood performs Thursday at the Satelite. Teh group consists of (from left) Flip Dashwood, Cuba, and Perry.


In News Today . . .

Don't leave home without it -- your school spirit, that is.

Next week is Homecoming Week, and planners hope a lineup of campuswide activities will get Cougar spirit roaring throughout the UH community.

In Opinion Today . . .

I was raised to be a Southerner. My car is adorned with the Virginia flag. There is a painting of Robert E. Lee and his generals on my porch, and my brother's old door used to have a Confederate flag on it.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Drive Me Crazy is a romantic comedy based upon the novel How I Created My Perfect Prom Date by Todd Starsser.

Directed by John Schultz, Drive Me Crazy is the typical teen movie that we have become all too accustomed to this year.

In Sports Today . . .

One thing's for sure -- the UH soccer team hopes that conference play never ends.

There's something about it that brings out the best in the Cougars. After going 8-3 in its inaugural season of C-USA last year, the team is currently on a four-game winning streak, and yes, it all started with conference play. DePaul was the first victim, followed by Marquette, Louisville and a thrilling victory over Cincinnati.


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