Monday, October 23, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 45 

Let the voting begin: 29 county polls open

UH stays alive in Conference USA

Journalist: US should care about Iran

Students face off in election debate

Campus Crime Update



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

Perry the Great

Album Review: Boyz II Men

The Game Boy

Go to the Homecoming game!

Clinton hedges for Gore loss

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Coogs battle through mistakes to give fans hope

UH drops match to South Florida, loses tie for first

Soccer earns spot in tournament

Tennis, swimming post strong starts

About the Cougar

Marching for justice

Max Lacayo/The Daily Cougar

Protesters from Anarchist Black Cross and Foot Not Bombs marchdown Main Street from Market Square in downtown Houston on Friday to mark a national day of protest against police brutality. The protesters, who called for the Houston Police Department to "break the code of silence" regarding cases of brutality, said the march was to stop the repression and criminalization of a generation of people by police.


In News Today . . .

Harris County voters began casting their votes a week and a half before Election Day when early polling locations opened to the public Saturday afternoon.

In Opinion Today . . .

This is just one of the many creative cheers sure to echo through Robertson Stadium on Saturday afternoon when your Houston Cougars go up against the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles.

In Entertainment Today . . .

The Philadelphia-based quartet Boyz II Men may not be the original boy band, but it undoubtedly revived the four-to-five member male pop/r&b group genre that was first made popular during the 1950s and '60s.

In Sports Today . . .

For the first time this season, the Houston Cougars fought back from mistakes to beat a team.


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