Wednesday, September 13, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 17 

At-will policy revisions include right to appeal

Dunbar: 'What mark will you leave on exploration?'

HCC online registration replaces phone system

Group makes friends in deed



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

Album Review: Barenaked Ladies

The Wrestling Report

WB's 'Roswell' is more than just another prime-time ten spinoff

From the Desk of Shaun Salnave

What to expect on one's political plate

Guest Columnist: Victor Leung

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Cougars draw positives from loss to LSU

Inside the Lines

UH golf team finally has a home

NFL Preview

ECU coach joins Lady Coogs staff

About the Cougar

You can dance if you want to

Christy Varghese/The Daily Cougar

The Kuumba House Dance Theater Company performed Saturday in the University Center Arbor as part of the Council of Ethnic Organization's Awareness Day.


In News Today . . .

A newly revised draft of a UH policy on staff dismissal is showing promising signs for staff members -- but still lacks a change that they have been pushing for.

In Opinion Today . . .

I hate censorship. It is a disgusting, deplorable practice that undermines thought and intellectual growth.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Since the debut album Gordon with songs like "Brian Wilson" in 1992, and four more studio albums and a live album, the Barenaked Ladies have been a shape-shifting force in pop-rock music.

In Sports Today . . .

The Cougars may have lost to Louisiana State, but they left the game with something positive to build on as they prepare for their first home game and first Conference USA matchup against the Army Black Knights on Saturday


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