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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. April 16, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19684/show/19495.

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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/19495

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Transcript ^-^r* Byte /he computer clusters at the Moody Towers and the Quadrangle, other wise known as Cougar Byte, provide a safe for those of us who waited till the last minute to do a project we knew about months in advance. Although the main reason for the computers was purely academic, many students could be caught playing games until all hours of the . night. This is not 2 to say that they didn't give precedent to those residents who were ^un need of for such things as resumes or research, as well as those infamous papers. The biggest complaint that residents had was that they were always in need of repair. There were times when only a handful out of 15 or so computers worked. Mario Martinez, a Towers resident, put it best when he said, "It's a nice idea when it works". The printers have also been a topic of some discussion, "they take forever and the ink is usuallv so light that you can barely read ^^ it", Lori Gissler a ^H South Tower RA 'commented.At least it's something ..-Jennifer Van Akin ^^eventh Floor South: Mathew Eernisse, Imran Mirza, Scott Read, Roy Gunnels, Emil Campos, Amit Patel, Super Dave, Mike Reddington, Captain James T. Kirk, James P. Page, Emily and Juanita. Photo by Mark Lacy. I Eighth Floor South: Shanda White, Edina Abrego, Christi Hicks, Annie Barbee, Jenifer Du Puy, Cindy Remmert, Carrie Bennett, Mary Nabity, Benicia Whittaker, Lien Tang, Lamonica Hunt, Kim Garcia, Nikki Taylor, Monica Sheffield, Camysa Waddy, Jeannie Carroll, Wendy Hill. Photo by Mark Lacy. ^e&tde*tt& *?Hadel 76et>x Steefrfa^^ Whether it be in pajamas or in the buff we all have to sleep. I found a few brave souls who were willing to share their version of sleep apparel with me. The general consensus seems to be that whatever is comfortable is appropriate attire. Attire ranged from the sexy to the practical. Lisa Noble, a Tower resident, enjoyed a pair of her father's old yellow and white striped PJ's that she rolled the legs up on because they were bell bottomed. She thinks "their great and so comfortable" especially when the upper floors of the Towers turn into iceboxes at night. For the guys the number one essential element seems to have been boxers in all fabrics, sizes, designs and colors. One second floor resident, who refused to be photographed, loves to sleep in his red boxers that sport little Jersey cows on them, they kind of clashed with the fuzzy dog slippers he wore. David Bizaine of Fifth floor South wasn't shy about his tie-dyed briefs and matching t-shirt in green and pink swirls. Whatever your choices the main thing that was kept in mind was comfort. Unless you believe as one resident, who used the alias "Mel", that is that the cuddle factor has to be high and it has to be kept soft and luxurious.Then there was the more practical explanation of wearing something practical to bed . What if there was a fire? You never know who you might meet. Sleep fashions that were practical and yet made a statement were a residence hall favorite. -Jennifer Van Akin *<^l £j/hristie, Lori, and Wendy, of sixteenth floor South, stop for a night time chat in their cuddly attire. Photo by Abelardo Gil. i n *», 'w "^ /&nth Floor South: Kevin Johnsen, Suixiong Pan, Faid Hossain, Michael Knight, Chang Yong Kang, Damion Robertson. Photo by Mark Lacy. 'avid Bizaine stops to flash his tie-died wares. Photo by Abelardo Gil. Sleepfashions 77