Monday, September 25, 2000
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 25

Cougar offense's roar silenced by Longhorns

New group promotes service

Ending the violence within

Campus Crime Update



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

The Scoop

Album Review: I5

Album Review: Joan Osborne

Album Review: (hed)pe

Dingo threat must be removed

Planning vital to good Halloween

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Soccer comes up empty versus conference rivals

Lady cougars sweep USM. Tulane

Rogers, Milligan anchor UH offense

Longhorns leave Houston remembering the deep bomb

Indy debuts Grand Prix course

About the Cougar

Free -- take one

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Protester Ann McCormic, left, distributes literature to a passer-by at the Journey for Justice protest in downtown Houston on Saturday. The protest included demonstrations against mass incarceration and police brutality.


In News Today . . .

Taking apage from David and Goliath, UH hoped that it could go into Austin and slay the heavily favored No. 15 Texas Longhorns.

In Opinion Today . . .

I like the squirrels at UH. I enjoy seeing them scamper about, and I think that they add a little character, humor and atmosphere to our campus.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Ever wonder what certain people are up to these days? This week's Where are They Now? is... Ex-MTV personality Jesse Camp. Answer - I have no clue.

In Sports Today . . .

The UH soccer team entered the weekend at 4-4, hoping to build on a 1-1 Conference USA record.


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