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Houstonian 1994 - Residence Halls. 1994. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 6, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/20605/show/20459.

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(1994). Houstonian 1994 - Residence Halls. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/20605/show/20459

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Title Houstonian 1994
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Date 1994
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Transcript Party- Louisiana style! Hundreds of residents lined the picnic grounds to take part in the cookout and crawfish boil. Photo by Kathleen McKenzie. Dorm life is not always easy. Washers break down, sinks leak, the temperature is usually too hot or too cold and noisy dormmates can make sleep impossible. Still, most residents manage to grin- or grimace- and bear it. To show their gratitude, the residence halls administration planned a Resident Appreciation Week. One of its features was a cookout and crawfish boil, Louisiana style held on Wednesday March 30th. ARA, the campus food service, provided the grills and the food for the cook- out. Hamburgers and hotdogs, along with condiments, and barbecued chicken were offered. The crawfish were boiled and steamed away from the cookout site but arrived fresh and hot. Hundreds of residents lined up to share in the food and fun. Tables were set up and the affair turned into a huge picnic. A deejay was on the grounds to provide musi- 162 m cal entertainment and residents whirled around on a spinning top-like device that seemed destined to make them lose the contents of their stomachs. Resident Advisors sponsored a Fun-Time Jail to raise money to help them attend a national Resident Advisors conference. Residents paid a dollar to file a warrant for someone's arrest. The arrested party went to jail and could pay a dollar to get out or wait until ten minutes elapsed. Overall residents appreciated and enjoyed the cookout. Tequila Evans, sophomore business major said, "We were skeptical about going, but it turned out to be fun. I didn't expect so many people to be there. And the food was pretty good." One native Louisian- ian said of the crawfish: "It was okay; a little too soft and it didn't make your nose run." - LaGuana Gray South Tower 11th Floor- Nikki Bass, Judith Gore, Melissa Evert, Melahna "Niecey" Jackson, Misti Brown, Tiffany Armes, Valorie Hampton. Photo by Tricia Garcia. South Tower 12th Floor- Tracie Malrey, Nancy Salinas, Margarita Gallo, Chiad Chin-Yu, Hsiao An Huai. Photo by Tricia Garcia Residents fill out warrants to have their friends "arrested/1 Photo by Kathleen McKenzie. All Shook Up! Residents take turns on the wildly spinning, topsy-turvy gyrosphere. Photo by Kathleen McKenzie. South Tower 13th Floor- Dana Steward, Tonya Curtis, Kera Batiste, Leticia Taylor, Roxanne Neloms, Tiffany Watson, Amy Wallis, Erinn Banks, Iris Fragoso, Tina Baumgartner, Alisha Houston, Laura Koomtz, Olga Flores. Photo by Tricia Garcia. Residence Halls Crawfish Roil 6D 163