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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1994 - Residence Halls. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 30, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/20605/show/20460.

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Students of the University of Houston. 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/20460

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Transcript rha Frontier Fiesta Local children participate in one of the games offered, symbolic of Frontier Fiesta's A true relic from the frontier days-these participants set up a booth that efforts to involve the whole Houston committee. Photo by Tricia Garcia. specialized in horseshoes. Photo by Tricia Garcia. Various groups of stu dents converged upon Fiesta City as the University of Houston celebrated the third anniversary of the revival of Frontier Fiesta on April 7-9. Among the students calling Fiesta City home for the three days were fraternities and sororities, some cook-off teams, representatives from different colleges, and a group of students for whom the University serves as home everyday. "This was really cool," said freshman resident Shirley Hollingsworth, "I have never seen anything like it before and it has been a lot of fun." In addition to the Broadway-style shows and cook-off competition, some groups operated carnival games. The Residence Halls Association sponsored the Ring Toss game. RHA advisor Reesa Farber said, "This has been a great experience and I expect RHA will be back here again next year." RHA was able to raise over $300. 164 62) As could be expected, not everything was perfect. "Wheel chair accessibility was not adequate," said senior Jennifer Handa. The Student Fee Advisory Committee allocated extra funds to make Fiesta City more accessible to disabled students. There were also a number of pot holes in the midway area which made access difficult. The lack of diversity which was hyped before the event did not seem to be much of a problem for some who enjoyed the presence of the Buffalo Soldiers and the Native American powwow. "[Frontier Fiesta] may not have been the best in the world but it wasn't the worst either," said RHA President Jerry Alwais, in regard to the efforts made to include the diversity of the western expansion. Overall, students seemed to enjoy the event and will probably keep coming back in the future. - Jerry Alwais Giovanni Garibay, sophomore business major, and Mike Callahan, sophomore political science major, help set up Fiesta City. Photo by Jason Jaeger. ft %m- ?■ 1 * ** ^if ^ t EZ ^Pnt MF' k^^\,. ., , jg&L ^^^^0^^- 1 K^ * ^*W * ife* <■*. 1 ** " j Atifl Frontier Fiesta gave city-children a chance to experience country life. Photo by Tricia Garcia. Residence Halls Mag Khalaf senior hotel restaurant major, paints an attraction for Frontier Fiesta. Photo by Jason Jaeger. Frontier Fiesta 63) 165