Monday, October 2, 2000
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 30

Cougars hold off SMU's rally

Gift will allow business students to manage $1M portfolio

Art brings community back to life

Campus Crime Update



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

Christina Aguilera stands above genre

BB King gives appreciative audiens the blues at music festival

Radiohead releases 'Kid A'; 'Meet the Parents' opens

Moby gives a nonstop techno show

Clinton, enemy of the military

US needs better energy policies

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Secondary shines in Cougar win

Contest, exciting finishes fail to increase football attendance

Volleyball team beats up Lady Horns

Aubuchon breaks record; Lady Coogs split at home

About the Cougar


In News Today . . .

Mike Clark's 35-yard field goal with less than five minutes to play gave Houston a 17-15 lead over the Southern Methodist Mustangs and its second come-from-behind win at home Saturday.

In Opinion Today . . .

At the Republican National Convention in Philadelphia, retired Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf (of Gulf War fame) dealt a damaging blow to the Clinton-Gore administration, and consequently to the Gore campaign.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Christina Aguilera is often unfairly lumped into the same category as Britney Spears and the current onslaught of boy bands. Now she's out to prove that she deserves a category all to herself.

In Sports Today . . .

With two interceptions apiece by cornerback Jason Parker and safety Hanik Milligan against Southern Methodist, the UH secondary made stopping the Mustangs' scoring drives a primary objective.


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