Wednesday, October 4, 2000
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 32

Starr: 'Whitewater a hornet's nest'

Debate reviews 'arbitrary killing'

Bush and Gore face off

'First Monday' aims to discourage gun violence

Campaign hits final stages



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

Creed set to play two dates in Houston

Album Review: Tela

Miller Outdoor presents best dance in Baoyou City

Sow the wind, reap the whirlwind

Busy candidates

From the Opinion Editor

Staff Editorial

Cougars head into critical part of the season

NFL Weekly Preview

Rockets aim for playoffs this season

Soccer beats Lady ' Cats, prepares for C-USA play

About the Cougar

Disabled for a day

Max Lacayo/The Daily Cougar

UH students take wheelchair rides in the circular drive in front of the University Center on Tuesday during "Disabled for a Day." The event was part of DisABILITY Awareness Week, which runs through Friday.


In News Today . . .

What advice did Kenneth W. Starr give his aides to help them focus while investigating the Whitewater scandal?

In Opinion Today . . .

When you walk around this campus, the serene atmosphere leads you to believe there's not a problem in the world, and all our troubles are over.

In Entertainment Today . . .

In 1995 in Tallahassee, Fla., Scott Stapp and Mark Tremont decided to start a band. Stapp, 27 at the time, and then-26-year-old Mark Tremont had been friends since high school. The band had been a lifelong dream for the two.

In Sports Today . . .

Entering the midpoint of his first season as UH head football coach, Dana Dimel believes his team is starting to jell but looks at their next game against Cincinnati as an important momentum builder and a crucial, almost must-win game for UC.


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