Tuesday, October 3, 2000
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 26

Speakers stress disabled ability

Blood donors needed for cancer patients

Starr to lecture at Law Center

More than just a wedding chapel



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

Movie Review: Girl on the Bridge

Disco Volante

Album Review: Radiohead

Middle East situation ominous

Facing the seemingly impossible

Family is the only true constant

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Top 25


Volleyball wins 8th in row

Olympic Wrap-up

About the Cougar

Breathe in, breathe out ... 

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Freshman biology major Juan Rodriguez participates in a workshop at the Student Service Center Monday.  The workshop is designed to teach methods of relaxation.


In News Today . . .

The abilities of disabled students were stressed by a panel of speakers Monday during opening ceremonies for DisABILITY Awareness Week 2000 on the UH campus.

In Opinion Today . . .

This Middle East thing is scary. In only four days, hell on earth has come to Jerusalem. The news says this is the worst riot in the holy land in four years.

In Entertainment Today . . .

French films have always had an influential effect on American art-house cinema. During the past few decades, the French new wave movement has expanded the artistic horizons of filmmaking.

In Sports Today . . .

I don't have much space today, but I need to address the influx of letters The Daily Cougar received last week, due in large part to Texas fans' ability to read. And no, I don't care that the Cougars got ripped.


In the Sept. 30 profile on Andy Sanders ("Sanders adds to Cougar legend, prepares for PGA"), Doug Sanders was incorrectly referred to as Andy's father. In fact, Andy Sanders' father is Greg Sanders.

The Daily Cougar regrets this error.


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