Friday, October 15, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 39

Former drug czar talks about addiction, solutions

Workshop will give lawyers experience

Campus organizations help gay students


The Adventures of Ruth the Pig



In House

Maximum Peel-Out

Houston Community College art exhibit provides solid opportunity for local talent to present his work

Movie Review: The Limey

Album Review: Dope

Game Review: Sould Calibur

Moores School of Music presents two recitals featuring the best of the vertically challeneged Saturday

The Geek Translator

Whitlock on marriage

Editor writes column, lacks rapier-like wit

What are we doing skipping class?

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

UH Basketball

UH Soccer

UH Women's Swimming & Diving

UH Golf

About the Cougar

'Tastes like chicken'

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Students sample food fromvarious cultures during the College of Pharmacy's International Day Celebration, held Thursday in front of the UH Science Center.

In News Today . . .

At yesterday's lecture, "Addiction as a Teacher: Lessons for the Family Today," former White House drug czar Robert L. DuPont focused on drug use and addiction.

In Opinion Today . . .

While marriage itself is perhaps the government's business, dictating who should be allowed to marry who is not. In the past, laws prevented blacks from marrying whites. That was changed. Now it's time to change the laws that prohibit same-sex marriages.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Don't let your exposure to new art be limited to Houston's larger museums and exhibits. Local artist Matt Harvill's current art display respectably employs the proverb "good things come in small packages."

In Sports Today . . .

The UH men's and women's basketball team will host the Fourth Annual Midnight Madness festivities at 10:30 p.m. tonight at Hofheinz Pavilion.



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