NATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS.
SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS.Melanie Click, Bryn Walters, Lynn
Wrablik-Reilly, Ilene Warnke, Cindy Rice, and Carol Thelen. Photo by Donatello
INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING. Fernando
Saldana, Kathy Beck, Lydia Morgan, Thomas Matthews, Perna Cleveland, Patty
Langsfords, Ihab Elaidy, Joe Montez, Tony Howard, James De La Cruz, Tony
Dang, Jose Marinero, Mike Peters, Ken Laws, Alanzo Avila, Chris Cashman,
Walt Hill, Scott Clark, Anthony Harris, Kenny Bell, and Mike Fleck. Photo By
mm..mmm Good. Students indulge in an
all you can eat lunch treat rarely found
rT Aie campus menu as IEEE host an afternoon barbecue. Photo by Donatello Pitts.
fcOelax guys we've got it all under con-
U^ trol. IEEE students show that team
work was the key to a good party. Photo by
IEEE Cooks Their
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Tf the brightly colored of their tickets, students
-Lballons, and blaring dis- were then eligible for a
play of music did not at- raffle,
tract students, then the "It was a treat to have
smell of hickory smoked barbeque for lunch since
barbecue obviously did. I'm used to eating lunch at
The Institute of Electri- the satellite and the all you
cal Electronic Engineering can eat deal was a plus,"
Barbecue Cookout constituted a definite success for
the college and faculty
members by drawing
more attention to the college.
"With the funding from
Activities Funding Board,
and all the organizations
pulling together we received the support we
said Kyle Saenz.
In addition to the
Barbeque Cookout, IEEE
also sponsored their annual chili Cook-off. The
cook-off consisted of various campus organizations
and local businesses.
"A lot of hard work and
creativity went into the
construction of our booth
needed to accomplish this especially the shark, but it
event," said Lydia Morgan.
The barbecue consisted
of all you can eat brisket,
potato salad, chicken, and
other various foods. For
the price of $2.00 students
were able to obtain a meal
ticket. By signing the back
paid off in the end when
Student Publications took
first place for best booth,"
said Loida Casares, Student Ad Manager.
Revenues from both
events went toward a
scholarship fund for engineering students.
^—students line up for more as IEEE
j^ members dish out barbecue in an effort to draw more attention to the college.
Photo by Donatello Pitts.
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