Monday, October 25, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 45

Disability week begins today

New hike/bike trail first of its kind

Blaffer talk examines link between tragedy, creativity


The Adventures of Ruth the Pig



In House

Maximum Peel-Out

Type O Negative, The Dead Lights, Puya play spirited sets at Numbers

Halloween week video releases strike fear

The Geek Translator

Nandigiri on hunting

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Cougars collapse in Louisville 39-33

UH Football

UH Soccer

About the Cougar

By design

DeAnna Anderson/The Daily Cougar

Architect Cesar Pelli speaks at the Hines College of Architecture's annual Blueprint Ball on Saturday night. Pelli, who has designed several Houston buildings, was honored at this year's gala.


In News Today . . .

The Center for Students with DisABILITIES will kick off its first Disability Awareness Week since 1993 today.

In Opinion Today . . .

The issue is hunting and its benefits and side effects to society and the sporting world. To me, it's just not a very "sporting" thing to do, simply because you are hunting animals with no weapons of their own.

In Entertainment Today . . .

With Peter Steele's sonic booming voice and bass playing, joined by Josh Silver's gothic and eerie keyboards, Kenny Hickey's incredible guitar slides and Johnny Kelly keeping up the pace on drums, Numbers was completely packed Thursday as goth-metal band Type O Negative entertained fans despite serious technical problems.

In Sports Today . . .

After giving up 167 rushing yards to Alabama's Shaun Alexander in game two, Louisville quarterback Chris Redman threw for nearly 400 yards Saturday, leading the Cardinals to a 39-33 come-from-behind win over UH at a chilly Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.


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