Thursday, February 17, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 97

Smith honors Asian-American Studies program

Bookstores vie for Web market

Virtual administration lets students escape red tape

Safety, comfort improved at dorms



In House

Freaky Tales


Maximum Peel-Out

Superhero Adventures

Film Review: Hanging Up

The Game Boy

The Seat Between provides compelling isight into man's life

In the Spotlight

Mitchell on the rodeo

Forsberg on GPA

Franks on smoking

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

No.1 Cincinnatti strolls in tonight

Player Profile: Angela Curl

UH/Texas Baseball

NCAA/Top 25 Men's Notebook

About the Cougar

It's thinking

Travis Howell/The Daily Cougar

Kenneth Fitzpatrick, a sophomore mechanical engineering major, and Brian Garrett, also a sophomore, get their game on with the Sega Dreamcast that set up at the UC on Wednesday.


In News Today . . .

In a speech last night at the Golden Palace Restaurant, UH President Arthur K. Smith honored the Asian-American Studies Center for its accomplishments and contributions to the Houston community..

In Opinion Today . . .

Yee-haw! Tomorrow is the first day of the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo. The preparations have been going on for months now, including recent events such as the barbecue and chili cook-offs and parade and trail rides, not to mention all the parties and committee get-togethers. But tomorrow is what it all comes down to.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Cell phones have invaded the work place, schools and theaters, disrupting and interrupting our day-to-day lives. For so many of us, young or old, the telephone serves as an umbilical cord attaching us to our friends and families 24/7.

In Sports Today . . .

For the opposition, it's just another day at the gym.

For the home team, it's the biggest game of the season.



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