Thursday, October 25, 2001 Volume 67, Issue 46

Lorrie Novosad/The Daily Cougar

Try out the new ViewFinder 2000: Forth-year student Andrew Lousin shows history freshman Jord Nassar a device called Jordy that enables people with low vision impairments to see more easily.


Three candidates in the race for the District D seat of the Houston City Council participated in a debate Wednesday night in the ballroom of Oberholtzer Hall. The seat is being vacated by term-limited Councilman Jew Don Boney.

Folklorist Jan Harold Brunvand once wrote that the truth never stands in the way of a good story.

The Apollo Theater in Harlem, former home of such famous acts as Josephine Baker, hosted the debut of the Dance Theatre of Harlem's Apollo Show in June 2001. The program comes to Houston this weekend courtesy of the Society for the Performing Arts.

Hattiesburg, Miss. is an unlikely place for the Cougars to go searching for their first victory of the season, but the Golden Eagle aerie doesn't sit quite so lofty this year.


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