Ctephanie cautions students to "roam in groups if you travel at night
^and be aware that you are in the big city." Photo by Donatello Pitts.
^1 tephanie was a sophomore student majoring in Radio
^^ and Television. Being a native Houstonian, she chose
UH because "it's close to home, the RTV program is
good, I have lots of friends here, and there are an abundance of radio and television station here to provide job
Stephanie's primary interest was in live radio broadcasting, but, like any RTV student, she felt a job in either
radio or television would suffice initially.
"The variety of people that you meet at UH was always
very interesting," said Stephanie. She refers to the dorms
(Moody Towers) as "an interesting world in itself." According to Stephanie, you get to find out how a variety of
people really live.
He all-time favorite professor so far was Toni McCort,
an associate in the school of communications, "because
he's so human and down to earth." -Kevin Davis
Mark Wiedenfeld, Optometry, Jr.
Kelly Wiley, Elementary Education, Jr.
April Williams, Pre-Medicine, Soph.
Dana Williams, Radio/Television, Soph.
John W. Williams, Computer Science,
Thomas Willis, HRM, Fr.
Raymond A. Wonosowski,
Jennifer Wood, Undeclared, Fr.
Dionne Woods, Undeclared, Soph.
Brian Woodard, Undeclared, Fr.
Lisa Yancy-Bush, Elec. Computer
Anthony P. Young, HRM, Fr.
Richard D. Young, Philosophy, Fr.
Sandra Zabak, Political Science, Soph.
Richard Zeissig, Marketing, Soph.