Camuel was sure that you should not bring a car to school because he
^felt the lure of the big city will coax you out of your room and wreak
havoc on your study habits.Photo by Donatello Pitts.
^1 amuel was a freshman kinesiology student with his eye
Ljon a possible career in sports medicine. Originally
from Waco, TX, Samuel was attracted to UH by a track
scholarship accompanied by "a very good program."
Houston also attracted Samuel with its big city atmosphere.
Samuel was not particularly fond of the Moody Towers;
however, he like the Quadrangle because of its "familylike" environment. He said dorm life was noisy and wild,
but, of course, that's what makes it fun. Samuel's description of the dorm food in a word is "bland."
He said that his sociology professor Dr. Law obiviously
cared about his students' opinions. On the other hand, his
English professor Dr. Spragely seemed unable to teach
Samuel warned to all students that "the hard work
begins immediately, so don't get bogged down by falling
Ericka E. Iniesta, Engineering, Soph.
Michie Iwasa, Graphic Communication, Jr.
Jonathan Jackson, Psychology, Jr.
Kimberly Jacques, Pharmacy, Soph.
Angela John, Chemical Engineering, Jr.
Criag Johnson, Drama, Fr.
Eric Johnson, Business, Jr.
Alyssa Julien, Mathematics, Soph.
Gideon Jungman, Undeclared, Fr.
James G. Kaszynski, Business, Fr.
Hilman Kamili, Computer Science, Jr.
Lia Kaupp, Radio/Television, Soph.
Kelvin T. King, Engineering, Fr.
Donald L. Kirk, Engineering, Fr.
Laura Kirk, Elementary Education, Fr.