af
Today's Weather

Weather Icon

Hi 92 / Lo 78


Student Publications
University of Houston
Communications Bldg
Houston, TX 77204-4015
713.743.5350

©1991-2007
Student Publications,
All rights reserved.

Last modified:

 

Contact:
ktruitt@uh.edu

TOP STORIES
 

Finalist pledges to listen to UH
Cougar band fanfare and a host of staff, faculty, alumni and students welcomed G. Jay Gogue, the president of New Mexico State University, as the "sole finalist" of an extensive search to find a successor to retiring UH System Chancellor and President Arthur K. Smith.
 

Bullying is the only way out
Yep, we're at it again. The United States has thrown yet another juvenile tantrum and has raised yet another threatening fist. ABC News reported that dozens of countries could face the loss of U.S. military assistance for not heeding American demands that they exempt members of the armed forces of the United States from prosecution before a new U.N. international war crimes tribunal. And what's that in English?
 

D'backs venom cripples National League
On June 4, an escaped mental patient e-mailed multiple columns to The Daily Cougar. While under normal circumstances, such columns from a man named "Buddy" would have been immediately deleted, these columns were published.
 

Ozzfest rocks San Antonio
With only five bands performing on the main stage and 15 on the second stage, it was obvious that the emphasis at the 2003 Ozzfest at San Antonio's Verizon Wireless Amphitheater on Saturday was the lesser-known bands.
 

Cougar Comics
 

Campus Spotlight

Volume 68, Issue 153, Wednesday, July 2, 2003


News

Finalist pledges to listen to UH

UH regents hope Gogue can charm UH donors

Dual post finalist receives UH community's approval


Opinion

Bullying is the only way out

Now's the time to get out of line

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

D'backs venom cripples National League

Hurricanes inclusion into ACC puts Cougars in tempest

Houston selected to host 2011 Final Four


Arts & Entertainment

Ozzfest rocks San Antonio

Justin and Christina get down and Dirrty

Phair says goodbye to indie



Visit The Daily Cougar