Thursday, October 5, 2000
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 33

UH System to expand to Sugar Land soon

Donate a cell phone, save a victim

UH ambassadors recruit and welcome students



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

Producer Coblenz speaks to students

Barenaked Ladies mix odd humor with great music

Time's running out

UH is alive

Bush is for real

'Great Debates' victorless so far

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Cougars leave friendly confines behind

UH Notes

Cincinnati Notes

Inside the Lines

Spring tournament will offier preview of softball

About the Cougar

Here's mud in your eye

Ashly Alberto/The Daily Cougar

The "Mud Man" entertains an audience on the opening day of the Renaissance Festival, Sept. 30. The festival runs Saturdays and Sundays until Nov. 12.

In News Today . . .

Construction for the new $11 million University of Houston System at Sugar Land facility is anticipated to break ground in the next couple of weeks.

In Opinion Today . . .

This is a great time to be at UH. If you haven't noticed, a lot of famous people have come through the campus recently: Ken Starr; Ted Kennedy Jr; Walter Coblenz; The Texas Supreme Court. With the on-campus voter registration drives about to get into their final swing of convincing non-voting students that they could make a difference, the student activity on this campus can only increase.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Producer and UH alumnus Walter Coblenz was on campus Wednesday to speak with students in various film classes and to answer questions after a showing of the first movie he produced, The Candidate.

In Sports Today . . .

The Cougars are on the prowl, stalking into Cincinnati looking for a catfight -- and the top spot in Conference USA.


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