|Wednesday, October 4, 2000||
Volume 66, Issue 32
Starr: 'Whitewater a hornet's nest'
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.
What advice did Kenneth W. Starr give his aides to help them focus while
investigating the Whitewater scandal?
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 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.
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.