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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 22, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19492.

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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/19492

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Title Houstonian 1992
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Title Residence Halls
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Transcript Fling The residents returned from Winter Break I with one thing ipF / on their minds- , ^r\ Spring Break. i k Untill then they m settled for a 1 catching up with their friends during the Spring Fling in the Commons. A sweet reunion was sweetened further with cookies and cola courtesy of TPB. Ragae music got the residents on their feet. Some resident's feet weren't so reliable though when it came to how low they could go under the limbo bars. As one residental limboist put it "it's all in the balance". Lori, a junior HRM major, saw the need for such a function as being the opportunity to get rid of some excess energy before the Spring semester began. "There is nothing worse than getting 'Spring Fever' before spring even begins", Lori said. For whatever the reason the residents never pass up the opportunity to get together and relieve some pent up frustration. - JenniferVan Akin All work and no play made the residents dull students. But all play and no work seemed to be the case for the residents who hung out in the Commons, located between the two Towers. On any given night one could find a Domino game or people socializing rather than studying. Students who did not have transportation to leave campus for entertainment, the Commons was the solution . During the afternoon, the Commons presented a place of serenity. Some residents, if they weren't in class, went to the University Center and watched television; others ate lunch; some hung out in the Arbor or the University Center Satellite. Residents saved their studying for the library. After dark, they studied in their rooms. Late in the evening, was when students found themselves venturing to the Commons, to check out the scene and join in on the fun and games rather than leave the dorms. On friday nights one could find the Good News Gospel Choir rehearsing in the Commons, Which started off with a Bible Study. Many students who were not actually pari of the choir but hung out in the ( om mons enjoyed and joined in on the singing. So, for those without transportation or those who just wanted to hang out around the residencce halls, theCommonswasa great place to relax, unwind and just have fun.- Joyette Johnson friends gets together lor <i game I tominos in theCommons late one friday night PhotobyNoel Stone. %< icole, a Tower resident, decides to spend her Friday night studying in the Commons. Photo by Noel Stone.. 1 ixteenth Floor North: Ben Youssef, Chul Ho Choi, Brian Garbett, Sam Guardiola, Willie Dickerson, Abhi Mazumdar, Dipar Peter, Keith Leino.Photo by Mark Lacy. Seventeenth Floor North: Kristi Pritchard, Tracey Morris, Nikki Bunting, Angie Frye, Jennifer Griffith, Karen Walker, Faye Safavi, Charmaine Gonzales, Ami % Srivastav. Photo by Mark Lacy. 70 Residence Halls /^Cesidents opt to kick back with some friends and stay indoors on a Friday night. Photo by Noel Stone.