Friday, September 15, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 19 

Exhibit studies world masks

DA candidates' differences come out at debate

Columnist criticizes feminist ideals

Number of online courses set to rise for spring semester

SPC elects De La Garza to chair



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

A Perfect Circle, Sunna bring their distinctive sounds to town Saturday

Santana wins big at Latin Grammys

Morgan's energetic, sassy delivery shines through on album

Boyz II Men returns with a new romantic release

Selling violence to kids is wrong

Bush's policies shaped by money

Conservatism is a logical alternative

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Soccer goes on the road to begin conference play

Volleyball team heads to Arkansas

Cross country races Rice Saturday

Dimel to establish running attack against Black Knights

Southern Miss tries to stay ranked, plays 'Bama on Saturday

About the Cougar

Celebration time


Kusum Desai/The Daily Cougar

MIS major Suganya Ramadas listens to Mariachi Contiental Thursday at Horizons in Moody Towers. The band was part of "Fiestas Patrias," a celebration of Mexico's independence holiday.


In News Today . . .

A mask shields the singularity of the person donning the vizard, but it yields a grat deal...

In Opinion Today . . .

This is not the column I was going to write this week, but I've had enough of uninformed people bashing proposals limiting the promotion of violent and other types of explicit media.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Metal rock band A Perfect Circle glides into the music scene almost too perfectly in a time when the music industry hungers for a sound that is able to manipulate bass rhythms to its extreme.

In Sports Today . . .

After splitting home games against North Texas and Lousiana Lafayette, and garnering another award, the 3-3 UH soccer team will go on the road for conference games against Southern Miss today and Tulane on Sunday.


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