Wednesday, September 27, 2000
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 27

NSBE sponsors career fair

Septimus files federal suit

City ordinance forbids placing signs on poles

Rios debuts comedy



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

SoulDecision follows tired formula
Oil companies run the world

From the Desk of:

Letters to the Editor

Editorial Cartoon

Cougars move forward after shotout loss to Longhorns

Summer Olympics

NFL Weekly Preview

The Wrestling Report

About the Cougar

Another brick in the wall

Chris Galloway/The Daily Cougar

Architecture graduate student Chula Sanchez participates in a hands-on brick laying competition Tuesday. Approximately 150 architecture students, instructed by five Houston masonry companies, participated in the event.


In News Today . . .

Majors in engineering, technology and other sciences will have the chance to meet with representatives from different companies at the Engineering and Applied Science Career Fair today.

In Opinion Today . . .

Here we are in the midst of the greatest technological revolution the world has ever witnessed. The human race is making quantum leaps in knowledge in almost every field.

In Entertainment Today . . .

You hope, and you hope, and hope some more, but the fact is there will always be boy bands in this world. Those sassy looks and voices make pre-teens, and even older women, fall head over heels for a few "boys" that have been molded into an extremely tight mold.

In Sports Today . . .

Following a humbling 48-0 defeat at the hands of the No. 13 Texas Longhorns, Cougar head coach Dana Dimel stressed the need to move on to the most important part of the season -- conference play.


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