Friday, December 3, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 72

Contenders in Council runoff share UH ties

University continues its Y2K preparations

A&M bonfire donations to $200K

Court agrees to re-hear college censorship case

State law keeps Texas out of oxygen-bar trend


The Adventures of Ruth the Pig



In House

Maximum Peel-Out

Album Review: Eric Clapton

Album Review: Mint Condition

Dion's success goes on; Santana tops singles chart

The Geek Translator

Cardenas on End of Days

Dao on balding

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Decorated Repp honored again

Coaching decision puts the future of UH football in Gladchuk's hands

UH Women's Basketball

About the Cougar

The face of art

Barry Watson/The Daily Cougar

Photography junior Brenna Abels stands beside her multi-panel photo exhibit, installed on  the second floor of the Art and Engineering  Annex. Photo-based works by Abels and other students from Monica Chau's photography class will be on display at the Fine Arts Building and ARA through next week as part of a class project called Out of the Box/Into the Street.


In News Today . . .

On Saturday, voters in the Houston City Council's District H will choose between two candidates with UH connections ? communication professor Gabriel Vasquez and alumna Yolanda Black Navarro.

In Opinion Today . . .

I recently saw End of Days, and I thought I'd give movie reviewing a shot. I feel it necessary to share ? vent, if you will ? my opinion on what I consider a rather over-hyped, ho-hum movie.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Eric Clapton does everything he can to gain more listeners with every record he releases. What's so amazing is that he has been successful every time.

In Sports Today . . .

The accolades continue to roll in for UH women's soccer defender Laura Repp.


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