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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1991 - Student Life. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 25, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19959/show/19700.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1991 - Student Life. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19959/show/19700

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Title Houstonian 1991
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Transcript Otu tudents came in droves to vote for their fa vorite candidate in the Students Association elec tion. Photo courtesy of the Daily Cougar. 1 ilobert Steinhagen and Albert Cheng ran for C>/utside in the PGH breezeway, a student drops President and Vice-President, respectfully, as off his form after selecting his choices from the write in candidates, but were unable to campaign outstanding slate of candidates in this years elec- because of late paperwork. Photo courtesy of Daily tion. Photo courtesy of the Daily Cougar. Cougar CIA takes SA I he Students Association election was led by four parties with some off-the-wall and some realistic ideas for improving our campus. The ILLICIT party, led by presidential candidate Joe Zepeda, be- CIA wanted to improve the campus parking situation, and suggested more shuttle services. Party members also proposed a "swap shop" so students can get bet- terprices ior used textbooks. The STAND party, headed by lieved the library was the most im- Speaker of the Senate Mark Burge, poratant issue. Party members emphasized the affordability of ed- wanted student service fees to re- ucation. It agreed the regents main constant, but $ 10 to go to the should not have the power to con library The party also wanted small group housing. Students should be ticketed rather than towed, unless they were parked in a fire or handicapped zone. The ELITE ticket, headed by presidential canaiaate Da- mien Kauta. They wished to keep student service fees the same and felt the regents should not have the au- thority to determine tuition amounts. The CIA party, headed by Michael Berry, felt that there should be no tuition or student service fee hike. They wanted to increase student awareness of campus crime, and what the students can do to protect themselves. M We want to bring spirit to the University of Houston. trol tuition costs and student service fees should remain the same. STAND wanted the administration to abide by their promise of Greek and small group housing. Two candidates decided to be write-ins. Robert Steinhagen and Albert Cheng, presidential and vice- presidential candidates' respectively, main platform revolved around the issue of bringing more spirit to UH. In the end, after vigorous campaigning and a runoff, tne CIA party, led by Mike Berry, were victorious. Hopefully, this time next we will have a new and improved Students Association. -Daily Cougar. I iichael Berry, President-elect of the Students Association, explains his campaigning stategy to a fellow student outside of the Satellite. Photo courtesy of the Daily Cougar. 22 -r Student Lift SA Election 23