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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1992 - Residence Halls. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 23, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19487.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1992 - Residence Halls. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19487

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Transcript ■L. it HAUNTED The Halloween fun began a day ahead of time when fourth and fifth floors of Moody's South Tower sponsored a Haunted House. Admission was a minimum donation of 50tf and all profits went to UNICEF. The two floors were darkened with the exception of strobe lights and flashlights. One of the main attractions was a fake arm falling from the ceiling and Jason carrying a machete for a refreshing change of pace. MONSTER ASH From chains to chainsaws and from ghouls to the gross we had it all here at this year's Halloween party located here at the Towers Cafe. D.J. Funk coupled with digestable junk kept the dancers going . Frankie and the Countwere there but some preferred to be more creative. Homemade ghostly figures danced till dawn.-Jennifer Van Akin ^*irst Floor North: Jigisha Tahaker, Jennifer Noid, Haley Waters, Dina Abramson.Photo by Mark Lacey. ^econdFloor North:Leisa Fredrick, Cynthia Lopez, Laura Craven, Amanda Leeson,Rebecca Amador,Tracey Gish, Ginger Gish, Bethanie Williams, India Routt, Julie Murrell, Annisa Shynett, Shari Sury, Rhonda Miller. Photo by Mark Lacey. T/te Chilling Truth OccuCt Origins of 'Hallozvttn ^^alloween is an old pagan religion harvest festival that celebrated the end of summer and the coming of winter and spring; more abstractly, it is a celebration of life, that is happily celebrated by the free spirited people of Wicca, according to Paul Premazon, a certified witch with the legitimately recognized religion called Wicca. Wicca is a religion that utilizes magic. Magic is defined as a science that works along with the natural vibrations of the world to affect a positive change. Wiccains are opposed to any modern religion because as Premazon explains that wiccains believe that " man has the ability and freedom of worshipping his creator where ever he pleases, be it under a tree or a in park/' He went on to say that Wicca is the" ...gentlest religion on the face of this earth." Wicca is a celebration of life, a natural flow of nature, like perhaps the lifestyle of the rich early man wandering in nature. The motive for the philanthropic behavior of the members of Wicca is because they believe that whatever is rendered is returned to them threefold. They do good because they want to do good, because they have to; they will continue to do it right so they will evolve as human beings into a higher form of existence, thereby, becoming one with God. The tools the they use are things found around us such as twigs; however, the more appealing and most recognized tool is the dagger. It's only purpose is to concentrate energyon a certain point. The tools can be used to excel in everything from work to school and beyond. -Gilbert Sifuentes ^-icensed witch, Paul Premazon, teaches students about Wicca in the outdoor basement of Moody Towers.Photo by Gilbert /^remazon displays some Wiccain tools taken from his shop, The Majic Cauldron.P/io/o by Gilbert I Sifuentes hirdFloor North: Ryan Grote, Eric Reyna, Ronnie Harris, Danny Corrigan, Arek Homerstad, Gerald Minyard, Charles Winter, Javier Hernandez, Brian Goodwin, Steve Kellond, Raul Aldape, Robert Martin, Stephen Fernandez, DelfinoSaucedo, Matthew C. Jordan, Nea Warrenjohn Snell, Mike Muzny, Warren Seago. Photo by Mark Lacey. f^ytifn a^ 60 Residence Halls Halloween 61