|Friday, October 20, 2000||
Volume 66, Issue 44
Nader blasts Texas' capital punishment
Part-time pool shark
Athletics Director Chet Gladchuk plays a game of pool Thursday morning at the University Center Games Room. Gladchuk was passing time because the student with whom he switched schedules in the Big Switch only had afternoon classes.
Ralph Nader criticized the death penalty in Texas, arguing the flaws
in the system raise the chances for innocent people to be wrongfully executed.
Like many of you, I watched the debates, hoping to find something --
anything -- to influence my decision about who to cast my vote for. I didn't.
In a time when American films attempt to produce genuine stories with
well-rounded characters, audiences sometimes feel robbed.
The cliché is overused, but the UH women's soccer team has its back to the wall.