Monday, October 9, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 35 

Seminar, dialogue discuss racism

Attendance remains lower than hoped for Disability Awareness Week events

UH loses to Cincinnati, stays winless on the road

Campus Crime Update



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

Pushmonkey performs energized, brilliant set

New Tony Hawk game tops its prequel

Despite nature's wrath, Santana doesn't disappoint

Feature 1

Liberalism doesn't win elections

State of the University address

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Soccer battles Saint Louis to 0-0 tie

Cougars' high-wire act comes crashing down

About the Cougar


'Israel is not for sale'

Max Lacayo/The Daily Cougar

A demonstration was held in front of the Israeli Consulate of Houston on Friday to protest Israeli massacres of the Palestinian people. The event drew hundreds of protesters shouting, "Stop killing our children" and "Israel is not for sale."


In News Today . . .

Racism is an emotional commitment to ignorance, according to a 
seminar at the Center for the Healing of Racism on Saturday.

In Opinion Today . . .

I have always held the opinion that the United States was a nation 
founded on the premises of conservatism and that, despite much 
resistance, it is still primarily a conservative nation.

In Entertainment Today . . .

As the cold front moved in this weekend, Austin band Pushmonkey made 
its way back to Houston for what proved to be an awesome performance at the Engine Room.

In Sports Today . . .

The Lady Cougars played archrival Saint Louis for two hours 
Saturday, and the game ended the same way it began -- scoreless.


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