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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1988 - 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/19438/show/19317.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1988 - Residence Halls. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19438/show/19317

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Students of the University of Houston, Houstonian 1988 - Residence Halls, Houstonian Yearbook Collection, Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries, accessed April 20, 2014, http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19438/show/19317.

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Transcript North Tower — 6th Floor Front: Sandra Sierra, Martha Melo, Pam Perdue, Metha Mynard, Ronda Theriot. Middle: Kathleen Lee. Lesa Cornin, Lynn Sands, Sonia Gonzalez, Lori Richards. Back: Gianina Martineli, Ellen Czervinskie, Christa Emerson, Ann Rodela, Marcia Marbury, Suzanne Peterson, Sara Owen, Jackie Jackson, Lesa Maxie. Identification of residents on this floor was not provided. North Tower — 7th Floor 244 University of Houston Graduation Blues Free from lectures, free from books, free from teachers and free with money. Money to blow on things beside tuition, students service fees, computer fees, and athletic ticket books. Time and money that will be all yours. This will be at your disposal upon graduating ^^^^— from the University of Houston. May 14! That will be the day when that piece of paper is officially yours. It'll be the day you W^KKKM won't have to look at the smirking face of the Cullen cashier, and the day you can buy a brand new red car. That will be the day. Let the countdown begin On February 17, there are three segments left in the semester. Part one is the 21 days-until Spring Break. That will be a breeze . . . just skip through the weekends, drudge through the week and plan plenty of activities in between. Part two includes the one week left of March following Spring Break, and the 20 days in April, that's excluding weekends. Part three is only five days of school in May, and the reading days of finals until graduation. "Too long," you say? Well, of course there are the activities to participate in things which will serve to retain your enthusiasm. For example, Students' Association elections and Casino Night lay nestled in Part One. Food Fair Week February 26: Adherence to this day is of utmost importance, because if you don't pay a $25 graduation fee, you don't graduate. and hot weather in Part Two, and Part three contains Finals Week and Welcome-Your-Relatives Day which serves to assure you that the day is fast approaching. If these landmarks won't do it, then waiting in line for administrative hassles will. Don't forget February 26. Adherence to this day is of utmost importance, because if you don't pay a $25 graduation fee you don't graduate, no matter how many hours completed you have. The next deadline to watch for is getting in touch with your adviser. Sadly enough, your adviser does hold the key to your future, and if you don't contact him or her early enough, you may be on the waiting list until next semester. The last detail concerns your exit from the university. Pick up your cap and gown, and make sure they both fit. The time has finally come, the big day is here. You've walked the stage mKmmm and smiled into every camera focusing your way. You've taken the UH sticker off your car and paid your first month dues to IB—BBBB the Young Alumni Association. For once in your life, you feel free until one day . . . you wake up and check your mailbox, expecting to see your diploma, but instead you find the familiar face of that Cullen cashier, peering into your mailbox. She begins waving a piece of paper in front of your horrified face, and says, "Aha, you thought you could get away, did you? Well, until you pay your $300 parking ticket bill, turn in your 3-year overdue library book, and return your cap and gown, no sheepskin obligations are fulfilled." — Juliette Farley Plans for the completion of the new Conrad Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management were delayed for most of 1987. Photo by Paul Nicosia. Residence Halls 245