Monday, February 26, 2001 Volume 66, Issue 104

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

'They're mine, all mine': A young Mardi Gras reveler looks satisfied with the beads she collected Saturday in Galveston. Thousands packed the Strand for the celebration, which ends Tuesday.


Andrew Achenbaum, dean of UH's College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, accompanied UH professor of Spanish Carlos H. Monsanto to Guatemala this past weekend in an effort to enhance the relationship between the University and Guatemala's Universidad Francisco Marroquín.

After his killing 168 people in the bombing of Oklahoma City's Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in 1995, Timothy McVeigh's name became one that sparks sadness and anger in citizens nationwide.

Austin's very own Dexter Freebish came to rock Houston Thursday night. 

The band, named after the rollercoaster at AstroWorld, opened for Everlast.

The Cincinnati Bearcats haven't had the year they expected coming into this season.

Saturday night, they took out their frustrations on the hapless Cougars by winning 85-50.


AwardsSpotlight subsWAUPM links

Web use policiesHoustonian yearbook home pageStudent Publications home page






Student Publications
University of Houston
Houston, Texas 77204-4071

©2005, Student Publications. All rights reserved.
Permissions/Web Use Policy

Last update:
Visit The Daily Cougar