Tuesday, September 26, 2000
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 26

UH System to ask for revenue for expansion

Discussion focuses on student depression

HPD betters Asian community relations

Freeways topic of discussion



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

Album Review: Madonna

Pick any Web site and let hardcore Mr T tell you how it is

Album Review: Kristine W

The dating Irish

Travis to perform to night at Numbers

Olympics create Patriotism

'Don't worry ... be happy'

Quality services can't be restricted to the rich

GOP real party of tolerance

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

AP Top 25

Cross country finishes first, second

Summer Olympics


About the Cougar

Dreaming of winter break

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Sophomore communication major Alexis Murphy, top, and sophomore biology major Erin Zuniga enjoy the cool weather Monday near the Cullen Family Plaza.


In News Today . . .

The UH system will request tuition revenue bonds from the Texas Legislature to construct eight new buildings to meet space shortages on all campuses. The proposed bond projects, totaling $2.13 billion, will be presented in the next legislative session when it convenes in January.

In Opinion Today . . .

Most of us take patriotism for granted, myself included. For me, thanks to government classes, I have become less patriotic because of what I've learned. Yet something has changed my mind. That thing is called the Olympics.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Pop diva Madonna once again reinvents herself with a new image and a new sound that captivates fans more than ever with her new album, Music.

In Sports Today . . .

I know speaking ill of Texas after the Cougars were so soundly beaten sounds like sour grapes, but ...


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