Thursday, August 24, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 4 

'Drawn out bureaucratic process' raises cost of tuition

SGA meeting hears new budget, advertising proposals

Hudson Gillan chosen as new Wellness Center director

Bauer gives $40M to UH business college

Activities Mart exhibits group



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

Breaking Kayfabe

Hide no longer: You're not the only 25-year-old happily watching cartoons

Art Review:   Out of the Ordinary: New Art from  Texas

Whitlock  on Chartwells

Believe You Me

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

AD Gladchuk discusses UH's new coaches, seaons, hope

Cougar volleyball adds a former All-SEC player to coaching staff

James' status in questions as Coogs prepare for Rice Owls

About the Cougar

To Our Readers

Due to technical difficulties, today's edition 
of The Daily Cougar Online 
was not posted to the Web by our 10:00 a.m. deadline

We apologize for any inconvenience.


Demolishing a landmark

Max Lacayo/The Daily Cougar

The Diamond Shamrock gas station across from Melcher Hall on Calhoun Road was in the midst of demolition Wednesday. The gas station was previously located on Lot 20A.


In News Today . . .

Irma Campos was charged out-of-state tuition at UH, even though she attended grade school and high school in Texas. She was obligated to pay double the Texas-resident rate while she waited for the Immigration and Naturalization Service to process her application for permanent residency in this country

In Opinion Today . . .

My Monday column was critical of the University and Chartwells for ending the all-you-can-eat buffet at the OB cafeteria. Unfortunately, the limited space I am allotted did not allow me room to praise Chartwells for what they have done since arriving. For those of you who do not remember Chartwells' predecessor, Aramark, you are truly lucky. Chartwells is unquestionably an improvement.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Obsession with cartoons is a funny thing. They are mainly intended for children, but a few TV shows and films out there that have more adults viewing than kids. Some of them contain humor at a child's level, but adults are more interested

In Sports Today . . .

Athletics Director Chet Gladchuk is optimistic as time draws near for UH football head coach Dana Dimel's first game at the helm -- not just about football, but all University athletic programs.


Last update:

Visit The Daily Cougar