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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. April 20, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/18956.

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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/18956

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Transcript South Tower, 3rd Floor: Michael Edwards, Paul Gandy (RA), Aaron Williams, Mike Roberts, Chris Broil, Omar Garza, Maurice Chance, Eiji Kato, Sang Young Hano, Rudolf Correa, Sean Arnold, Jason Lee, Seth Batiste, Jim Polomsky, David Burnett, William Charnock, Bryan Falkner. Photo bv Mark Lacv. S outh Tower, 4th Floor: Mel Maresco, Vette Ferguson, John Monson, Becca Philips. TangeoBourque.KennekaPrince, Michelle Johnson, Dana Wessale, Andrea Patterson, Elaine Rodriquez, Sandra Schuster, Susannah Stover, Marilon Lehanne, Robyn Bell, Karen Phillips. Nicole Davis. Photo by Mark Lacv. South Tower, 5th Floor: Stephen Fernandez (RA), Karl Maritt, Heath Hayner, Scott Hunter, Alan Kock, Joseph Douglass, John Grove, Jeff Mahan, Duane Dixon, Devansh Thakkar, Chris Perez, Shannon Warren. Photo by Mark Lacv. 104 Residence Halls The Towers Hall Council sponsored and co- sponsored many programs and events over the year such as The Black History Challenge iu which residents tested tludr knowledge on the history of African Americans. Photo by Gary Sapone. THC also sponsors the annual Valentine's Day dinner where residents can gel a hearty meal for a punch or take a date for only tWO punches. Photo by Michael Smith. Towers Hall Council Not just putting on programs, but furthering education The Towers I [all Council, formally the Towers Program Hoard, was a organization in which Moody Tower Residents could get involved in on-campus living as well as Furthering their involvemenl on the ontirecampus whilehav- ing fun and putting on programs that ranged from sending out positive messages to those designed just for entertainment for not only Tower Residents, but all interested. President Anthony Young said the name was changed because the THC wanted to be recognized for more than just programs. It wanted to be recognized for the educational things it did also. The THC was associated with the Residence Halls Association. Last year the THC had more voting power within RHA because three of the RHA's executives were also members of the THC. The executives had the opportunity to vote on policies that effected all Residence Halls and residential living. The basic function of the THC was to present programs to the residents, but they had five? other goals which were wellness, educa tion, spirituality, culture and social concerns for the residents. When programs were heing put on. I he ke\ to the success of them was organization. This was achieved by form i ng comm i I lens w i t h i n t h (\ council. Members volunteered to help out or chair a coin- mitten. The different committees came up with a variety of ideas and suggestions and worked together to get the job done and present the best possible program. The THC published a monthly newsletter which highlighted the upcoming projects and theoutoomeoi other programs,as well as residential life as a whole. Programs that I lie; Council had put on or co-sponsored inoludeda Talent Show, the Mack I listorv Play and Pun In The Sun. The council held meetings every Thursday at Hpmand their pro- grams were held act ;<>rd - ingly. The? meetings and programs were opened to all residents. -Joyetta D. Johnson Towers Hall Council 105