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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. April 19, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/20605/show/20467.

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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/20467

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Transcript Getting to The Heart of the Matter Cardiovascular Pulmonary Resuscitation, more commonly known as CPR, is a skill everyone needs to know. CPR is potentially life-saving and can be of great use to a victim in an emergency situation. In December, Bob Bowden from the UH Environmental and Physical Safety Department conducted an informal CPR class in the basement of Bates Hall. Bowden demonstrated the proper way of per- forming CPR on a CPR dummy to residents attending the class. After he instructed them on the methods of the Heimlich maneuver, Bowden allowed residents to attempt rescuing each other from choking. JoAnn Stephens, senior journalism major was particularly enthusiastic about getting to perform the Heimlich, "I saved my grandmother's poodle, once, by using the 'doggie' Heimlich, I guess. It was cool learning how to do it on humans." Kathleen McKenzie, sophomore pre-law major also had comments on the event, Tm glad they had a CPR training class. Residents live in such close quarters, CPR is a valuable skill to have in case of emergencies." The class was co- sponsored by resident Felicia Darden and RA Thasunda Brown. When asked why she wanted to help bring this function to residents, Felicia said, "Learning CPR is so important. You have the power to potentially save someone's life. We needed to know where we could go on campus to learn it." No one can dispute that CPR can save lives and be instrumental in emergency situations. The more people that are licensed to practice CPR, the more life-savers that roam the streets. And in the end, that benefits us all. - LaGuana Kachet' Gray Uowden shows how to correctly check for pulse on his CPR dummy. Photo by Cesar Alvarez. 178 63) Bob Bowden, from the UH Environmental and Physical Safety Department, prepares to begin his CPR Demonstration. Photo by Cesar Alvarez. Bates 2nd Floor- Tequila Evans, Tracie Biedermann, Thomas Turner, Anna Lisa Ayala, Roman Gabriel Munoz, Mary Scheltz, JoAnn Stephens, Cord Bowons, John Rathgerber, Jr., David Frankfort, Sassy Botello, Jodi Iella, Anjali Gupta, Michelle Martinez Carter, Liilian Franklin, Kathleen MacKenzie, Shannon Stiles, Letitia Little, Beth Santana. Photo by Tricia Garcia. Bates 3rd Floor- Annie Thai, Tara Webb, Collette Harden, Branton Bross, Derek Hartfiel, James Roberts, Brian Dunleavy, Sean Devaney, Todd Duffey, Richard Smith, Carrie Clampitt, Jay Matthew, Cassandra Green, Mishell Tucker, Shelly Braun, Pramed Shintri, Alan Sim, Jeanine Rivera, Wesen Asaad, Michelle Thomas, Derrick Paul, Geoff Keah, James Thomas Thasunda Brown. Photo by Tricia Garcia. Bates 4th Floor- Chris Garcia, Cynthia Macias, Shelly Escobedo, Stephani Creed, Scott Radike, Richard Gilbert, Sandra Davila, Lashonta Williams, D.L. Brooks. Photo by Tricia Garcia. Residence Halls • Jiathleen McKenzie, sophomore pre-law major, poses a question to Bowden. Photo by Cesar Alvarez. CPR 63) 179