Friday, January 28, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 83

Charter School celebrates third anniversary

In the 21st century, a battle over America?

New grants benefit Texas minorities



In House

Freaky Tales


Maximum Peel-Out

Superhero Adventures

Film Review: The Emperor and the Assassin

Shakespeare's R&J is a timeless production

Living by Feng Shui

Different UH buildings showcase positive and begative forms of Chinese Feng Shui

Melancon on food

Elrod on activists

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

UH Track & Field

UH Tennis

UH Men's Basketball

UH Swimming & Diving

About the Cougar

This won't hurt a bit

Ti Truong/The Daily Cougar

Students line up to purchase coffee at the cart located at Philip Guthrie Hoffman Hall on Thursday afternoon. Rain, wind and temperatures dipping into the mid-30s combined to create one of the most inclement days yet this winter.


In News Today . . .

The UH Charter School of Technology on Thursday celebrated its third anniversary with a birthday party and a $10,000 gift.

In Opinion Today . . .

Wow! All the columnists I've known in the past complained that they never received any responses for what they wrote. I got three responses after people saw my very first regularly featured column. I'm so pleased!

In Entertainment Today . . .

The Emperor and The Assassin, co-written and directed by Chen Kaige, is an elaborate epic about a man's ambition to unify China. During the third century B.C., the King of Qin, Ying Zheng (Li Xuejian) and his concubine Zhao (Gong Li) have a dream about seeing their country at peace while being ruled by a benevolent emperor. 

In Sports Today . . .

The Cougar track and field teams will continue to stretch their legs this weekend at the Bill Yeoman Field House.


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