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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1991 - Residence Halls. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 17, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19959/show/19776.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1991 - Residence Halls. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19959/show/19776

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Title Houstonian 1991
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Title Residence Halls
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Transcript y^tevj^- /Z-ti?/?'£?/{£fie*<'e,Kt wot*2<L Leaving The Mother Nest For Higher Education As they ventured into the unknown path of endless doors called hallways. Expectation and fear clouded their sense of judgment over what to expect from campus dormitory. Opening the door into a room where they would spend every day of their college life, students saw white vacant rooms with two beds, two desks, and two dressers. The move from the safe environment where home sweet home hung on the walls, and the smell of a home-cooked meal warmed the house caused many students to wonder about the different world they had entered into. A world of various cultures, ethnic, and lifestyles, in which they saw around them students with different likes and dislikes, majors and minors. With the progression of the semester each floor The move from the safe environment where home sweet home hung on the walls, and the smell of a home-cooked meal warmed the house caused many students to wonder about the different world they had entered into. Photo by Khushairi Muhammad. cramped, and privacy was a given circumstance, roommates found a common interest among their living companions. Gary Gregory, stated "John, he was cool even if he did have a three dollar haircut, he was very inspir- mg. While John Cruzel, Gary's roommate stated "He was too damned involved, the phone was always ringing, I saw so little of him since he was always working with TPB, if it weren't for the constant phone calls I would not remember he was my roommate." The cafeteria provided a common meeting place for students to discuss newsbreaking issues, classes, or just everyday occurences. "When I first moved into The Towers, I didn't know anyone, but because the elevators served as vital part developed their own characteristics of transporting everyone to their as resident's began to inquire about floor I began to meet many new their mysterious neighbor next door. The baron white walls that once cried out for imagination came to life with paintings and posters. "The Quads are like a close-knit family where everyone knows everyone else, and we all try to help one another," said Mark Lacy. Although living quarters were people simply by riding the elevators," said Erin Collins. Settling into a new environment was difficult for some students, but knowing that other students were going through the same adjustments made the experience more bearable. -Thao Vuong CURBSIDE SERVICE.Yvonne Releford finds moving into The Towers a less tiresome chore with the advantage of drive-up parking. Photo by Ben Alcala. FASTER THAN A SPEEDING BULLET. Students discover rolling carts a necesssity in saving time and energy during moving in. Photo by Rachel Del Rosario. BUTTON PUSHING.Waiting for the elevators is a test of patience for everyone as Paula Ri- noldi waits to ride up to her room. Photo by True Tran. EXTRA HELP.Parents make moving in a little easier as a mom helps her daughter unload her belongings. Photo by Rachel Del Rosario. 138 Residence Hatts Moving In 4f 139