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Houstonian 1993 - Student Life. 1993. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. March 30, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/18919.

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(1993). Houstonian 1993 - Student Life. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/18919

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Title Houstonian 1993
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  • Students of the University of Houston
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  • Houston, Texas
Date 1993
Description This edition of the Houstonian, published in 1993, is the official yearbook of the University of Houston.
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  • University of Houston
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Transcript coping with STRESS T he Houston-city traffic, the parking squeeze, the long registration lines, the cancelled classes, the full sections, the error in your fee bill and, of course, that wonderful professor who required a 20-page research paper. Ahhh....the joys of being a student. Welcome aboard to stress stop #332. A UH career was no easy task and the proof surfaced in stiff necks and tense backs. First, the good news—your schedule, by some inextricable force, worked out. Also, you worked well, because Adams was lean, cool and laid back. When she was not at the gym, she was sewing, shopping or listening to music in her free time. Kelly Inderly, senior radio/television major, offered jogging. "I love to jog in the mornings...I always feel so relaxed afterward/' Inderly said. Another exercise enthusiast, Michael Dutiel, junior finance major, said he loved to dance to relieve stress. "But, the biggest stress relief I know of is weight- lifting.'' Dutiel had been figured out the best way lifting weights for two to avoid traffic and UH years; however, this se- life did get easier. Here's mester he tried aerobics the bad news—the stress with his girlfriend, haunted you and made When he became really you moody, edgy, hyper, tense, he goes to a study- sickness-prone and weak. Some UH survivors suggested some ways to relieve stress. (Hint: it's not beer- guzzeling!). It was the "e" word. Yes exercise to the rescue once again. Tracy Adams, junior education major, said exercise helped her keep it together. Adams worked out five times a week for two hour sessions. "I do the stair- master, aerobics, free weights and sometimes I use the machines," she said. The exercise ing massage therapy for back rubs. "I totally recommend massage therapy to anyone with stress in their lives," Dutiel grins. "Well, I guess that's all of us," he laughed. Dong Pham, a junior hotel-restaurant management major, recommended sleeping. "When I get stressed, it's usually because I have been neglecting my sleep," Pham said. But when sleep did not cure his stiff neck, he play tennis. "I love tennis, it's fun and a great dose of fresh air," he said. Pham carries a 16-hour load and has little time to sleep or play tennis during the week. "I guess that I don't have time to get stressed," Pham exclaimed. But if exercise was not your forte', then Suzanne Howard, psychology major, advised getting yourself motivated. "You have to want to be here for yourself and stay motivated," Howard said. She had carried 18-hour loads for the past few years. "It's all about organizing your time and staying on top of it," she said. When Howard became really stressed, she talked on the phone and took weekend jaunts to Austin. Whatever your situation was at UH, you always found time for a little exercise, a good night's sleep and some fun on the weekend. Just look around the university, you saw people roller-blading to class, students sleeping in Lynn Eusan Park and friends playing video games in the University Center or Satellite. Stress was all around us—but so were its reliefs. -Mary Candela In the Satellite (James Room, students can relax between classes while playing a quick game of pool. The Satellite Games Room also had video games and looshall to keep Students occupied. Photo by Michael it'. Smith. In the World Affairs Lounge in the l iniveisitv (lenter I Underground, students pra< li< <'d karate. Students found that spoils, like karate helped them tot ope with the stress. Housto man Photo. 44 Student Life Stress 45