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Monday, February 7, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 89

News
Regents to discuss 'complex' issues

Campus Crime Update

Gordon: Despite advances, battle to end domestic violence isn't won

Women's goup gives scholarships

Campus
Spotlight


Coogie

In House

Freaky Tales

Citrusville

Maximum Peel-Out

Superhero Adventures

Entertainment
The Reverend Horton Heat spiritual show

Museum exhibit an insightful experience

Features
Girl Power
Opinion
Trevion on humor

Nandagiri on Confederate flags

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Sports
Drexler's No.22 lifted to the rafters

Cougars fall to UT in opener

Role of staff ace up for grabs

Archives
Staff
About the Cougar


Signing Day


Ti Truong/The Daily Cougar


Former Houston Rocket Clyde Drexler signs autographs at Compaq Center after Thursday's Rockets game vs. the Philadelphia 76ers, during which the ball club retired Drexler's jersey number. Drexler is now head men's basketball coach at UH. See story, Page 2.

 

In News Today . . .

Board of Regents members will meet this morning to discuss a proposal for a new, 500-bed UH student housing complex.
 

In Opinion Today . . .

My listless life of inadequacy has given rise to an overactive imagination and an even more obtuse sense of humor. I find myself talking about things that other people just don't get. I think I am funny as hell, but there are some nay-sayers among us that find my humor as dry as corn tortillas. "Bah," I say to them.
 

In Entertainment Today . . .

Some of you may have heard of the Reverend Horton Heat through sheer reputation. He's been around for years delivering what fans term "psychobilly" to the unsaved masses on endless tours. It's difficult to find a concert-goer in Houston that hasn't seen or doesn't know someone who's seen the Reverend live.
 

In Sports Today . . .

Each all-star game from 1983-1994, Clyde Drexler and fellow Cougar Hakeem Olajuwon would sit down, recall past memories and chat about the idea of teaming up one last time on the hardcourt.
 


Rough weekend

Kevin Harwerth/The Daily Cougar


ShaRonda Lasseter scored a team-high 13 points in UH's battle with Memphis on Sunday at Hofheinz Pavilion. It wasn't enough, however, as the Cougars dropped their second game of the weekend, 86-61. In men's action, Marquette used 19 points from Brian Wardle to beat UH 65-61 on Saturday, dropping the Cougars to 8-14 on the year, 2-7 in Conference USA.
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