Tuesday, October 17, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 41 

UH to request $40M

Breast camcer research helps families

Students are challenged to give back to the University

Christian sorority uplifts women




The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

Perry the Great

Album Review: Crushdown

Album Review: The Nothing

Caedmon's Call raises Baptist roof

Students discover dangers of packing plastic

Violin player is also a nice guy

A taste of the American Dream

City has responsibility to the poor

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Frosh learn as season winds down


About the Cougar

Green pushers

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Senior creative writing major Alvaro Saar Rios, far left, and another student receive information from two UH Green Party representatives, sitting. There was a table set up at the University Center on Monday where they distributed information.


In News Today . . .

UH will request $40 million from the Texas legislature for a new research initiative that will help boost it up to the stature of the top two research universities in the state.

In Opinion Today . . .

Something amazing happened to me this weekend. Those of you who read the paper yesterday know that I got to interview the violin player Kennedy, but only a few people know how it happened and what happened afterward.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Since the 1980s, rock has taken on a variety of forms, from punk to grunge to alternative. There's even a name for whiny breakup rock, otherwise known as emotional rock, or emo for short.

In Sports Today . . .

College sports are ruled by cycles that even the biggest Division I teams fall prey to periodically. Notable exceptions to the rule were the John Wooden basketball teams at UCLA that accrued 11 NCAA titles and the Dave Williams' UH golf dynasty that won an incredible 16 NCAA championships.


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