Friday, October 13, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 39 

Curator brings expertise to UH's Blaffer Gallery

Protesters rally against Columbus Day

Grant boosts local program

Students rule at Big Switch



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

Perry the Great

Counting Crows, Live's remarkable show leaves lasting memories for fans

Kennedy brings a little 'punk' to the Symphony

Moive Review: The Ladies Man

Using the lost art of avoidance

Bob Lacour is a true alternative

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

C-USA Preview

Lady Coogs to hold open practice

UH looks to get on track vs. Memphis

Coogs gain experience as season progresses

Volleyball looks to stay No. 1 in C-USA

About the Cougar

Just blow it

Max Lacayo/The Daily Cougar

Freshman finance major Stuart Clements practices his bagpipe, playing Thursday in front of the Law Hall at UH. He was preparing for a competition in Salado, Texas.


In News Today . . .

Terrie Sultan, the new curator of the Blaffer Gallery, tries to "give people entry" into works of art.

In Opinion Today . . .

Teaching what you already know is the fun part, the easy part. But what about the rest of it? I'm not talking about trying to come up with a science fair project at 2 a.m. or trying to figure out the "new math," but much more complicated stuff.

In Entertainment Today . . .

When frontman Adam Duritz of the Counting Crows jumped on stage and joined lead singer Ed Kowalczyk of Live during the peak of its hit single "The Dolphin's Cry," it became official that this concert would be one of the best shows this year.

In Sports Today . . .

Conference USA gets four bowl bids. If UH wants to stay in contention, itid better win some games in a hurry. As it stands now, Southern Miss and Louisville are definitely in. Memphis, Cincinnati and East Carolina are all bunched up fighting for those last two spots.


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