Tuesday, September 12, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 16 

Study denounces LSAT

Forum allows HUBS to network, bid

Full moon festival a success



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

Entertainment cleans the wax out of listeners' ears

Liquid gang offers little originality

Artistic License

'Is you kid a killer? Not likely'

Helmet laws help save lives

Nine points to freedom: the Bob Lacour platform

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Applewhite leads UT back; 'Huskers deny Nortre Dame

UH golf team finishes Ridges on positive note

Despite temper, Knight left mark at IU program

About the Cougar

'What happend to that drought?'

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Sophomore interior design major Carmen Menacho uses art supplies to shield herself from the rain. The intermittent afternoon downpour Monday did not last long, but offered students a short break from the heat.


In News Today . . .

Law schools within the United States have been consistently admitting smaller percentages of minorities in comparision to white applicants with the same grade-point averages because of the alleged misuse of the Law School Admission Test, one study says.

In Opinion Today . . .

Bingo!  News item: concerns over students with unpaid balances for their tutition and fees this semester have led the Division of Student Affairs to set up an impromptu phone bank.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Listening to music is supposed to be soothing.  To hear the message and the lyrics in the songs is supposed to be a form of entertainment.  The problem is, it's not as entertaining when you have no idea what the artist is saying.

In Sports Today . . .

Never let it be said I don't say positive things about the Texas Longhorns.


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