If there was one
thing that the residents
were fed up with was the
weekly delima in the
washroom. Should I trust
these machines or not? If
so which ones?
Residents constantly worried
5^ their clothes, or
would be eaten.
came up with threir own
methods of getting their
machines to work. Oscar
Rodriguez, a sophmore
engineering major, pushed a
garbage can in
front of two of
the dryers to en-
sure that the
Raymund Wonsowski, a
junior RTV major, simply said that "a good kick
in the right place was all
it needed, it was probably a short".
The residents were pleasantly surprised
when they re-
i turned from
% I Winter Break
only to find that their
hassel had been taken care
of. All of the washers and
dryers had either been repaired or replaced. The residents extended a
silent thank you
to the Housing
v I God who finally
I nif er Van Akin
enth Floor North:
Cheryl Baily, Patricia
Galvan, Jennifer Parbs,
Joanna Myers, Renee Kerr,
Joille Hall, La Kristin
Brown, La Shana Lynch,
Michelle Stanberry, Seema
Patel, Deborah Casper,
Leticia Ybarra, Myclette
WebbPhoto by Mark Lacy .
_ leventh Floor North:
Qossay Yaqoob, B.J.
Laridjani, David Choi, Alex
Rodriguez, John Harrison,
Royce Kemp, Lovai
Shipchandler, Ron C. Hill
Chad Johnson, Michael
Kramr, Troy Kosub,
Michael Jackson, David A.
Garcia, Jason Bowman,
Brenten Hirschfeld, Yohai
Ghen, Alejandro Garcia,
Loong H. Tarn, Curtis
Kemp.Photo by Mark Lacy.
/he TPB sponsored a Finan- home Daugherty said, "everyone is
cial Aid Party to answer questions considered for a grant when apply-
and help residents fill out all of the ing for financial aid.To insure prompt
necessary forms. The party was given
by Lori Daugherty and Kimya Banks
who both were work-studys for the
financial Aid Office. Daugherty said
she decided to have the party because
"once people (residents) found out
that I worked in the inancial Aid
Office, they came to my room asking
me all sorts of questions."
Banks started off the meeting
with an overview of financial aid.
Residents listened intently as
Daugherty elaborated on the
basics.Financial Aid is essential to
most of the out of state residents without it many would have to return
processing, you need to turn in all of
your documents to the Financial Aid
Office as soon as possible. A new
twist for those that applied for the
1992-93 school year was that unless
there was a descrepancy found; there
was no need to include a 1991 Tax
Return with your application.
Neal Warren, a Tower resident, complained that "you have to
sign a waiting list only to find out
later that you are in the wrong office".
Daugherty said one of the ma i n problems the Financial Aid Office had with
students was that they didn't read.-
*^-ori Daugherty and Kimya Banks counsel
concerned students about I ni.iin i,il Aid. Photo
by Gilbert Sifuentes.
^^tudents indulge in some junk food while
listening and asking questions at the Commons
Financial Aid Party.Photo by Gilbert Sifuentes
/ welfth Floor, North: Mich-
elle Richards, Katina
Richardson, Vicki Farmer,
Monica Urich,Shannan Peck,
Lisa McCowan, Celia
Fenceroy, Nicole Kent, Denise
Bustos, Deadra Milam, Vivian
Westover, Katie Pham, Ginger Koy, Kasandra Kenneda,
Erica Chapman, Amanda
Calvillo, Deanna Lewallen.
Photo by Mark Lacy.