A Perfect Match In 2 Minutes And 2 Seconds
In an age of electronic technology
where love connections were made
with the touch of a button and electronic images provided various
specimens for selection. Students
discovered the joy of clashing personalities to find that one true love.
Tower's residents were provided
with survey data forms which inquired upon their hobbies, gender,
and personality preference. "The
data forms costed 50 cents each, we
then transferred that money into a
fund which provided for a pizza party from Pizza Hut," said Erin Collins.
Over 80 residents participated in
the event in hopes of finding someone they could relate to or at least
date. By participating the students
were provided with a computer
printout with three names.
"I think it was an interesting way
of getting people together and helping them to find someone they
could relate to." said Adam Sosa.
Computer dating offered students
three choices, yet residents had to
take the initative and arrange their
own date with their person of
choice. This was after all not the
dating game. -Thao Vuong.
RISKY BUISINESS.Erin Collins and Allen Capian enjoy each others company as they take a plunge
into the depths of computer dating. AND THE WINNER IS.. A Tower resident satisfies his curiosity
by unfolding his printout to reveal his three choices. Photo by Matt Mucker.
NORTH TOWER MTH FLOOR. Regina Lewis, Elly Higgonbotham,
Aquenda Scott, Veronica Lopez, Damans Meadows, Ayanna Johnson,
Nathalie Thevenaz, Maire Foley, Jennifer VanAlin, Li-itwa Yap, and
Carmen Granell. Photo by Mark Lacy.
NORTH TOWER 15TH FLOOR. Mandy Manasis, Katie Vossler,
Maribel Cardenas, LaTanya Pittman, Alex Shahan, Danie LeTourneau,
Angela Hodge, Lucy Soria, Norma Gonzalez, Cathi Beagan, Gaby Salinas, Jean Shafer, Cynthia Blayloek, Linda Matamoras, and Iram Ahmed. Photo by Mark Lacy.
NORTH TOWER 16TH FLOOR. Roberto Vargas, Sunil Vachhani,
Tom Hebert, Mark Nun, Keith Leino, Rafael Garcia, Judd Techmanski,
Ben Yonssel. Ronald R. Robles, and Paul McKinney. Photo by Mark Lacy.