Wednesday, September 1, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 8
Preliminary enrollment figures show increase

UH sweeps pharmacy awards


The Adventures of Ruth the Pig



In House

Maximum Peel-Out

Game Review: Chocobo Racing

Album Review: New American Shame

Album Review: Coal Chamber

Ihrig on Heat

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Cougar Volleyball

Player Profile:
Kristen Hagen

About the Cougar

A work in progress

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Senior music majors Reed Macomber and Erica Martinez stop to gaze at a broken table and chair in the lounge of the Moores SChool of Music. The set has become a piece of high art to music students since it was descovered broken.

In News Today . . .

Although UH officials referred to last fall's freshman class as the largest in University history, preliminary enrollment figures for Fall 1999 indicate a slight increase.

In Opinion Today . . .

Even now, at the end of August, temperatures are near 100 degrees. But home, home is where we find relief from the heat. "Residential Life and Housing is committed to providing a quality residence hall program ... every resident has the right to an environment conducive to academic pursuit and personal growth."

In Entertainment Today . . .

For the release of Final Fantasy VIII, SquareSoft decided to issue one more game that uses characters from the Final Fantasy series in order for you to get your fix.

In Sports Today . . .

The following is a list of accomplishments that highlight the program of the 1999 UH Volleyball squad:



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