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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 24, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19121/show/19002.

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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/19002

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Transcript College Students go all out for the Grand Ole Party tollege Republicans were involved in many community services, along with presidential campaigning. Membership grew to over three hundred students and is well on it's way to becoming a "Super Club", an award given to a school that has recruited over four hundred members. Their involvement during the campaign season helped President Bush carry Harris County and the state of Texas. CRs were also active at the GOP National Convention held in Houston. The group helped the Cabinet and hosted various state delegations. The spirit of CRs was evident as they rallied on the convention floor. In addition to this, CRs volunteered at local campaigns. The group, as a whole, volunteered twice every week at the Bush/Quayle Victory '92 phone bank. "I volunteered my time to the GOP because I believe in the issues of the candidate and Bush's ideas reflect the American people," said Angie Milner, CR Publicity Chairman. CRs also held a variety of programs. In early October, the group sent members before the election, as a show of appreciation for their hard work. "CRs are the best student organization that a student can join because of our active involve- BUTTONS UP...College Republicans Rick Boeker, Tom Shrader and Hunter Jackson display their support for their candidate by holding up their Bush buttons at a party held at Slick Willie. Photo by ThaoVuong. members to a training workshop at Ole Miss. CRs also took part in a caravan of the entire state of Texas. The group also sponsored a "Slick Willie" party for their ment in the community. It's not just a political group any more," said sophomore Bob Fugarino. On November 2 1992, the entire group were guests of honor at a "Welcome Home Rally" for President and Mrs. Bush. "I can't believe I was invited. The excitement of over 16 thousand people is something I've never felt before," said Anne Cooper, vice-chairman membership. In December, the group donated their time distributing gifts tor the elderly. During the spring semester, CRs adopted a highway and cleaned the Southwest Freeway. In late March, the group took 30 members to the College Republicans of Texas State Convention. Here, many UH students ran for state offices. This representation showed an increase from previous years for this chapter. "The organization went all out to show to everyone that the GOP is a Party for everyone. The youth vote has been for Republicans in the past and this will continue," said Maria Schmitt, CR Chairman and State Treasurer. - Jeff Fuller 188 Organizations