Tuesday, October 24, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 46 

Annual report highlights UHD's growth

Hot topics debated

Theatre costume sale raises $8,000 for department

New building opens with choreographed moves



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

Perry the Great

Album Review: The Wallflowers

Album Review: The Ladies Man soundtrack

Album Review: Nonpoint

Get a grip on the 'Creature'

Reliving the Renaissance

Saving souls with animatronics

Not everyone dreams the same

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

World Series Watch

Top 25


About the Cougar

'Road warrior'

Han Nguyen/The Daily Cougar

Student Program Board Alumna Nicole Rede, right, drives a cart in the Homecoming parade on campus Friday. The front of her cart had a sign reading, "RIP Southern Mississippi," referring to the team the Cougars will play in the Homecoming football game at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.


In News Today . . .

UH-Downtown President Max Castillo presented his President's Report to the community at a breakfast meeting this morning.

In Opinion Today . . .

All aboard for the Soul Train. Soul Train City, that is. Second Baptist Church, one of the largest churches in Houston, has developed a new project, Soul Train City, to entice kids to learn about Christ. It's full of animatronics, bright colors and in a separate part, a video arcade with the latest games. 

In Entertainment Today . . .

"I've been waist-deep in the burning meadows of my mind," Jakob Dylan sings in the nicely written yet somber song "I've Been Delivered" on The Wallflower's latest release, Breach. Maybe that's why it took so long to release a follow-up to 1996's Bringing Down the Horse.

In Sports Today . . .

A World Series without a bit of drama unfolding is unheard of in the history of baseball.


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