Wednesday, September 20, 2000
University of Houston
Volume 66, Issue 22

One set of 'Footsteps'

Slots open for October job recruiting

Clinic is an unknown gem

Energy company awards 3 engineering majors



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

Sister Seven impressive on latest set

'Brrrrrr...' Rock band Cold fails to generate heat on new album

Benson leaves jazz fans awestruck

The Olympic Games

Candidtates offer nothing good

Congress loves lobbyists

New dismissal policy unclear

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Reynolds wins C-USA Offensive Player of the Week

Cowyboys show life against 'Skins; Keyshawn Johnson plays old team

U.S. swimming team grabs more gold

Cougars on ice

About the Cougar

Look out!

Gary Maltz/The Daily Cougar

Freshman kineseology major Scott Thompson dodges sophomore pharmacy major Roderick Davison during a UH Rugby Football Club practice Tuesday.


In News Today . . .

"The book is full of personal stories of women who have had encounters with the Goddess," Margaret Garza, assistant director of the UH Women's Studies Program, said as she introduced Biaggi the author to the audience.

In Opinion Today . . .

It's getting close to election time again and, because almost every other columnist has written something about it, I've decided that it's my turn to tell you who to support.

In Entertainment Today . . .

The four-member group Sister Seven almost crossed over into mainstream radio with the single "Know What You Mean" from its Arista Records debut, album This the Trip. But it should be glad it didn't.

In Sports Today . . .

The Houston Cougars can lay claim to having the Conference USA Offensive Player of the Week on their team for the second consecutive week.


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