Wednesday, August 23, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 3

Campus housing 'overflow' strands future UH residents

UH bookstore improves services with online and telephone ordering

New signs change building identification, increase efficiency



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

Breaking Kayfabe

Album Review: Jean Wyclef

Album Review: Mest

The Wrestling Report

Salnave on funding

Carpenter on Mexico

Lewis on technology

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Denommé rejoins soccer team ? as a coach

Lady Coogs add standout transfer, assistant coach

C-USA Notebook

Diving coach helps Russian in Sydney Olympics

About the Cougar

A student's feast

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Gregory Graber, national account sales manager for Advantage Marketing, attracted students to his stand at the University Center on Tuesday with the smell of hot dogs and discount prices. Graber said is hoping to negotiate with Chartwells to have a permanent Nathan's hot dog stand on campus.


In News Today . . .

The demand for on-campus living at UH is still high.

At the end of the summer, the University began to experience overcrowding in residence halls that resulted in students being temporarily lodged in places like study lounges, said Sandy Kopar, assistant director of Residential Life and Housing.

In Opinion Today . . .

In its relentless pursuit of Tier I status, UH has yet again stepped on someone's toes. This time, though, it's not someone for whom I feel something on principle, but someone I in fact care very deeply about on a personal level. Me

In Entertainment Today . . .

Definition --A young dreadlocked champion of hip-hop that has spearheaded an alternative to the tripe that rap has become with his unique signature of breezy guitar riffs, old-school beats and of course, his utter devotion to Bob Marley and the reggae movement.

In Sports Today . . .

For the first day on her new job, ex-star UH goalkeeper Michelle Denommé brought along familiar equipment -- cleats, gloves, shin guards and the usual soccer garb to work.


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