Wednesday, November 1, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 52 

Assault suspect still sought

Houston is an ideal subject for UH policy center

Broken city water main causes a flood of problems on campus

UH receives $2M grant to study Houston's pollution



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

Perry the Great

The Wrestling Report

HGO's 'Carmen' lacks energy, emotion

Alley's 'Closer' presents a refreshing tale of love

Movie Review: Blair Witch 2

Battle for the Bench

Loss makes us more thankful

Remembering life a the Williams

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

UH battles Cincy in first round of C-USA tourney

Cougars' efforts keep Gladchuk, Dimel upbeat about seaon's end

NFL Weekly Preview

Volleyball prepares for crosstown rival

About the Cougar

Pi 'arrrrrrrr' squared

Christy Varghese/The Daily Cougar

Math instructor Rick Smalley sports a pirate costume Tuesday while teaching class. The majority of students steered clear of Halloween costumes -- at least on campus -- but that didn't keep Smalley from displaying his holiday spirit.


In News Today . . .

Police are investigating tips from Crime Stoppers and examining forensics evidence from the car involved in last week's sexual assault of a UH student in hopes of identifying the alleged attacker.

In Opinion Today . . .

You never really know how important something is until it's gone. Recent events have really reinforced this sentiment for me.

In Entertainment Today . . .

World Championship Wrestling's Halloween Havoc didn't exactly make the prospects of someone coming to its rescue all that bright.

In Sports Today . . .

The Lady Cougars will look to keep their momentum as they head into their first match of the Conference USA Tournament in St. Louis, Mo., against the Cincinnati Lady Bearcats today at 5 p.m.


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