Friday, September 29, 2000
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 29

Task force will focus on 'friendliness'

Holiday provides a time of reflection

Organzation offers jobs abroad

Dance club offers a change of step



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

Movie Review: Girlfight

Houston heats up this weekend with entertainment galore

Voter apathy gets us nowhere fast

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

UH remains undefeated in C-USA

C-USA Preview

Dimel hopes for balanced offense against Mustangs

Sanders adds to Cougar legend, prepares for PGA

Games to end in pyrotechnic gala

About the Cougar

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Senior MIS major Wan Lee talks with an Exxon Mobil representative at the College of Business Administration's 2000 Fall Career Fair. The event was held Thursday at Melcher Hall.


In News Today . . .

Eighteen students, faculty and staff members have been appointed to a committee that will review student services on campus.

In Opinion Today . . .

This is one of the big election years. When the polls open in November, several important issues will be on the ballot, including electing a president, members of Congress and a district attorney, and deciding whether or not we want to build a basketball arena downtown.

In Entertainment Today . . .

There's a fine line between a great independent film and one that needs a lot more money to make it successful.

In Sports Today . . .

The Lady Cougar volleyball team eighty-sixed the North Carolina Charlotte 49ers in Thursday's match between the two Conference USA foes in Halton Arena, Charlotte, N.C.


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