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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. August 28, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/19959/show/19779.

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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/19779

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Transcript 144 WALK LIKE AN EGYP- TIAN.Residents flashback into history with their rememberance and imitation of the Egyptian dance created during the reign of King Tut. Photo by Mark Lacy. DANCE EXPRESS Quad resident's strut their stuff as they move to the beat of flashing strobe lights and multimedia effects. Photo by Mark Lacy. HAMMER TIME. Although the music might be upbeat, High Voltage provides an atmosphere of ease as the crowd flows freely in conversation and intricate dance steps. Photo by Mark Lacy. PLAY THAT FUNKY MUSIC WHITE BOY. Holding the key to the operation of High Voltage mixes the sounds of the evening with careful expertise. Photo by Matthew Mucker. Pumping III The Volume On Residential Nightlife This year's cougar motto "High better than we expected," which Flying . . . Electrifying!" was taken was the main factor in deciding to to heart, by Quad Programming go weekly. Board, with support from the Stu- Large turnouts also prompted dent Programming Board in bring- better music, more lights and sound ing High Voltage to campus. De- and multimedia effects chore- signed as a mini dance club, High ographed by Good. Good, also a Voltage drew large crowds on its leader in the crew, used SVN equip- opening night, and was instituted as a weekly event held in varying locations on campus. Because the goal of High Voltage was simply to provide a fun activity to residents, no admission was charged. High Voltage was the creation of Mark Lacy, QPB Activities Director, Kyp Enochs, and John Good. It was designed to "provide residents with an alternate form of entertain- ment," said Enochs. High Voltage premiered in the Bates Underground. When the BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE. When the doors opened at 9:00, even the brightly-colored walls and old furniture couldn't get in the way of one obvious conclusion: This place was made for dancing! Photo by Mark Lacy. ment along with the High Voltage setup to provide a show combining music, lights, and video effects on four screens located along the dance floor. High Voltage was held in several areas of campus, including the Towers cafeteria and a joint venture in the UC. By relocating every week, High Voltage's crew expected to draw a larger crowd each week. On the the last High Voltage night of the semes- ter, the club brought in an outside DJ, outside promotion, and ~i$i" doors opened at 9:00, even the drew an exceptionally large crowd brightly-colored walls and old funi- Was High voltage a success? ture couldn't get in the way of one "Most definitely," said Kyp. And obvious conclusion: this place was High Voltage will be back. What made for dancingl The effects were started out as an idea without much startling. With disco lights, strobes, hope grew into a success that will and high-powered music, it was hopefully be here at UH longer hard not to believe it wasn't a real than those who started it will, dance club. Enochs remarked that -Matthew Mucker the event was definitely "bigger and ^ Residence Hatts High Vohage ■$■ 145