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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1993 - Organizations. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 31, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/19001.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1993 - Organizations. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/19001

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Transcript Students1 4<fJi. '■& SCHOOL PARTY...Students Association's kick-off party provides students with a place to get together with friends and cheer on the Cougars. Photo by Noel Stone. STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE CABINET...(left to right) Kevin Jeffries, External Affairs; Angie Milner, Director of Public Relations; Russell Hruska, President; Charles Gaviola, Vice-President; Hillary Harmon, Director of Finance; Mitch Rhodes, Student Regent. Photo by Noel Stone. Helping Students With University Issues hat is the Students Association? Unfortunately many students on campus can not answer this question. Many have no idea that there is a student government. Students Association is an organization made up of students who are elected by the student body to represent them in their best interest. Senators are elected by their college to serve in the college's behalf. Senators provided the liason between the students of their college and the Students Association. Sponsorship was the big word in this year's administration which was led by President Russell Hruska. SA began the year with a kick-off party at Lynn Eusan Park. The party began with a rally for the UH football team before their game with The University of Illinois. Students were treated to live entertainment by Trish and Darin and the admission price was a can good donation. SA displayed their concern for drug abuse by bringing the Texas War on Drugs Campaign to campus. Red Ribbons were tied along trees around campus and students and administrators pinned on red ribbbons that stated their pledge to RED RIBBON...President James Pickering cuts the ribbon to open homecoming ceremonies. He also supports SA's drug free campaign by wearing a red ribbon. Photo by Noel Stone. stay drug free. In the mist of the presidential elections, SA sponsored their own debate between the College Republicans and the College Democrats. Two debates were held to allow students to hear different views and to chose for themselves who they wanted as their next president. The Town Hall Meeting held in the Sat- ell ile allowed students to probe and ask questions as to what adminstrators were doing on the students behalf. This also provided a chance for students to meet with administrators outside of their office and face them on a one to one basis. SA also sponsored a bus trip to Austin to rally for funding for the university. Students, administators and alumni meet with state and district representatives to discuss performance funding and budgetary cuts. Committees also provided another outlet of support for the student body. Students were appointed to various committee of their interest and served on them as voting members. This allowed students to have a vote in key decisions that effected them. Through sponsorship and programs SA truly showed that they were a student government concerned with the interest of the students. -Thao Vuong 186 Organizations Students' AssociationS##287