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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. August 27, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19493.

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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/19493

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Students of the University of Houston, Houstonian 1992 - Residence Halls, Houstonian Yearbook Collection, Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries, accessed August 27, 2014, http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19493.

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Title Residence Halls
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Transcript Hypnotist The Towers held a conference on hypnosis with Edward Wilson, psychotherapist with a Bachelor of Science and a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology from U of H. Mr. Wilson gave a hypnosis demonstration with an accompanying llecture. H i s four volunteeers were reassured that they "would not bark like a dog or cluck like a chicken" and that they would be fully coherent of their surroundings. Mr. Wilson talked them through their hypnosis and then brought them out of their trance one section of their body at a time. For example, Mitch Rhodes found that he was able to move his head freely but not the rest of his body. When asked how it felt to be half in and half out he replied, "It feels pretty weirod." Later on Mr. Wilson offered to hypnotise the whole audience. Most residents described the experience as unusual because you are fully aware of your surroundings yet you can't control your actions. Most of the audience agreed that it was a relaxing method of stress reduction.-Duane Dixon ?4 7ftanc& ^>t<ic& i*t 7ctHe Kimberly Phillips, a Psychology major who is also double mi- noring in sociology and Af ro-Ameri- can Studies, believes that you "should write down your history or someone else will but, in their favor." That is why Kim, inspired by a Black History program put on by TPB last year, decided to make a difference. Kim had visions of a program that was more representative of the culture . Kim's idea materialized in "A March Black in Time." This program featured the Good News Gospel Choir, the UH Jazz Band , and local talent. The play that was put on was co-created by Kim in conjunction with her church. The play opened with two little girls, one black and one white, sitting with each other. They begin to play a game that causes a conflict because they both learned two different ways of playing it because of their cultural differences. The topic turned to history and the little white girl explains where her roots came from and then asks the other little girl about hers. The little girl responds by telling her friend only what she has learned in school, slavery. The little black girl goes to her mother then and asks her about her culture. The mother began to tell her daughter about everything from Africa's aristocracy and culture to slavery in America, and finally the BusBoycottand Martin Luther King's speech. A March Black in Time was a one woman's vision that became an uplifting program for all of us.-Jen- nifer Van Akin/ KimPhillips st children's African American dance troop renactsslavery in Moody lowersC 'ominous. Photo by Steven Harvey /he jazz band belted out some tunes after the play during a trivia hour that was concluded with a question /answer session. Photo by Steven Harvey. ^irst Floor South: Huy Le, Wes Ferrell, Ted Marant, Lance Cupples, Joel Bowling, Jim Savage, Mitch Rhodes, Frank O'Neill.P/zof o by Mark Lacy. Second Floor South: Mark Kochis, William Mayer, Daniel Funderburke, Dana Rucker, Mario Martinez, Sidney Rogers, Jon Fechland, James Cox, Bradwick Coffer, Alan Barber, Paul Miller, Aijaz Chaudary, Salomon Guerrero,Pedro Longoria, Stephen Luis, Roland Lui.Photo by Mark Lacy. /hird Floor South: Bryan McDanough, Glenn Coumles, Aaron Williams, Ralph Beene, Matthew Payne, Jason Lynchdick, Terry Nguyen, Eric Vance, Mo Edwards, Leroy Trevino, Kenneth Kuykendall. Photo by Mark Lacy. 72 Residence Halls Black History 73