Monday, December 3, 2001 Volume 67, Issue 70

Loorie Novasad/The Daily Cougar

Season's greetings: An almost-three-story Christmas tree extends from the ice skating rink to the skylight of The Galleria.


In one of the closest mayoral elections in Houston history, Lee P. Brown, the city's first black chief executive, narrowly won a third and final term Saturday in a fiercely-fought runoff with outgoing City Councilman Orlando Sanchez.

Late one night last week, as I was leaving the newspaper office to walk back to my dorm room, I stopped and looked at the gaping hole that
the University Center Satellite has become.

Anybody who was anybody released an album this year. From comeback albums from Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney to current chart-toppers Britney Spears and Jay-Z, Y2K-plus-one by most standards was a good one.

Dana Dimel is a wizard or a fool. His vision of Cougar football has manifested losses faster than a vaudeville magician's top hat produces rabbits, but I'm betting his magic will turn this program around and make UH conference champions again soon. 


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