Friday, November 5, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 54

Media may promote hate crimes, speaker says

ATM troubles will be resolved, bank says

UHS Fort Bend construction begins

Staff: Updated handbook

Minority medical program open

College stores sue


The Adventures of Ruth the Pig



In House

Maximum Peel-Out

Movie Review: Music of the Heart

Movie Review:  The Insider

Album Review:
Rahsaan Patterson

The Geek Translator

So on the end

Dao on perseverance

Whitlock on his rules

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

UH Golf

UH Soccer

UH Swimming and Diving

Eye on the Cougars

About the Cougar

Don't look up

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Sophomore theatre major Nathan Carle, left, and John Morgan rehearse for Alpha Psi Omega's presentation of William Shakespeare's Measure for Measure on Thursday. The play will be presented at the Catholic Newman Center Dec. 3 through 5.


In News Today . . .

The media may play a role in perpetuating hate crimes, speakers said at a Thursday evening forum held by the NAACP's UH chapter.

In Opinion Today . . .

What is the world coming to? The end of the rope?

In Entertainment Today . . .

Picture this: 10 of the world's most distinguished violinists, 150 music students 2,000 members of the audience assembled in the elegant, world-famous Carnegie Hall.

In Sports Today . . .

After a fourth place finish at the Jerry Pate National Collegiate Invitational last month, the UH golf team was voted as the nation's sixth best men's team by the MasterCard rankings with 271 votes.


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