Wednesday, November 10, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 57

Library's hours are under consideration

Searches under way for four deans

Cougar, Transitions earn design honors

Orange Show tour will highlight local folk art


The Adventures of Ruth the Pig



In House

Maximum Peel-Out

Movie Review:
The Bachelor

Concert Preview: Rahzel

The Wrestling Report

Album Review: Melanie C

Game Review: PGA Golf Championship

Album Review: Rage Against the Machine

The Geek Translator

Ihrig on transportation

Miller on transitions

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

UH/C-USA Volleyball Notebook

UH Soccer

Sports Opinion

About the Cougar

'How many people does it take ...'

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Ground was formally broken Tuesday evening for the Communication Building courtyard renovation project. Holding the shovel from left are College of Humanities, Fine Arts and Communication Dean Andrew Achenbaum, communication professor Fred Schiff, architecture professor Lewis May, UH alumna Carol Wittman Todd and Daily Cougar News Editor Jim Parsons. Schiff is heading the renovation effort, and May, along with Ralph J. Talley, developed the design for the courtyard.


In News Today . . .

A Students' Association proposal to keep the first floor of the M.D. Anderson Memorial Library open 24 hours a day may end in a compromise.

In Opinion Today . . .

Unless you plan to make your commute at midnight, the fact is that you will hit traffic on any highway at almost every hour of the day.

In Entertainment Today . . .

You're planning a date. You decide, "what can go wrong with dinner and a movie?" Trust me, a bad movie can make it wrong. Trust me again when I say The Bachelor is not the movie to see.

In Sports Today . . .

It may sound cliché and understated all at the same time, but for all the people who follow Conference USA and Houston volleyball, this is the weekend that we've all been waiting for.



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