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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1993 - Residence Halls. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 13, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/18946.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1993 - Residence Halls. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/18946

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Transcript Oberholtzer, 2nd Floor: Julie, Cooney, Justin Struby, Melissa Strickland, Sean Winkler, Scott Winkler, Marielle McLaughlin, Shara Feyrn, Kelly Cook. Photo by Mark Lacy. Oberholtzer, 3rd floor: Dave Kimball, Tamara Conner, Kristine Dinh, Jade Cravy, Caleb Cullen, Niuine Zakhari, Sawsa Fallah (RA). Photo by Mark Lacy. Law, 1st Floor: Angela Lashbrook, Jodie Tiore, Amanda Herrera, Jennifer Parigi, Julie Burlingame, Steven Morrisey, Sandra Chemal, Alistair Crowley, Tracy Huffon, Nikki Craft. Photo by Mark Lacy. 90 Residence Halls Moody Tower residents were offered $2 eye screenings by the College of Optometry. Residents were told how well they could see and if glasses were need they were referred to the college lor full eye exams at half price. Photo by Gary Sapone. During the Random Dot "E" Test, Tower resident puts on 3-D glasses and the examiner determines if and how well the student uses both eyes. Photo by Gary Sapone. Can you read...Can you read...CanyOUread...Canyouread...Canyou reacL.Can you read...Qui von reacLi in Mm read The Bottom line Residents got their eyes eheeked in the Moody Towers The College of Optometry offered vision screening to resident hall residents for $2. Screenings were held every semester. "Screening is designed to determine how well a person can see, to determine whether a person needs glasses or if he/ she needs their glasses changed," said Bernie Maslovitz, assistant professor in the College of Optometry. The Visual Acuity screening distinguished those who needed eye care form those who didn't. For the Random Dot "E" Test, students put on 3-D glasses and the examiner could tell if the person was equally using both eyes. The Retinoscopy Screening Objection Test determined if a person actually needed glasses. It chocked the stigmatism in the eyes. And during the Internal Test, examiners looked inside the eye and just by viewing its blood vessels, they could determine if the person had high blood pressure or diabetes. Maslovitz said the examiners didn't prescribe glasses, they just told the person the results and il he/she needed glasses, he referred them to the College of Optometry where they got a full eye exam at hall price for $18. "There are still some people who have never had their eyes examined or tested. 'This (the eye screening) gives them the opportunity to, at reasonable prices, he said. "The screening is very convenient. Moody Tower residents don't have to travel to get their eyes checked. And it's for a very cheap price," said Roxanne Neloms, RTV freshman. Architecture junior James Fauver said, "It's a convenient service. The price is good and it's worth it. Especially since it's been eight years since I have had an eye exam." The College of Optometry use to offer free screenings to students, but with current economics, the college charged $2. Maslovitz said private practitioners charged $4 or $5 to do screenings at their offices. They charged $10 a person at local schools. -Joyetta D. Johnson Vision Screening 91