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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2002 - Organizations. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 25, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/20875/show/20701.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2002 - Organizations. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/20875/show/20701

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Title Houstonian 2002
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  • Students of the University of Houston
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Caption The Houstonian is the official yearbook of the University of Houston.
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Title Organizations
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  • Students of the University of Houston
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  • University of Houston
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Transcript Catholic Student Organization t$6 celebrates 19 years One of the more active religious groups on campus this year was the Catholic Student Organization (CSO). CSO offered students a variety of activities in hopes of helping them build supportive relationships, explore Catholic traditions, and help others; but their main goal is to bring people together and have a good time. Some of the activities that CSO participated in this year were the Thanksgiving potluck, the Catholic Student Organization yard sale, the Young Adult Leadership workshop, the Intramural softball tournament and Spring "Study" Retreat. One of their most important events, however, was a benefit dinner held in April to mark a quarter century of Catholic connections. The Catholic Newman Center Benefit Dinner was held to celebrate the bond that was forged within the Catholic community due to the Catholic Newman Center s establishment. The Benefit honored two special members of the community this year: George and Kay Martin, to say thanks for the couple's contribution over the past years. rganizations "The Catholic Center just celebrated a quarter-century of the building's presence on the University of Houston campus. We are looking forward to sending a group of students to 'World Youth Day' this summer with the proceeds from the benefit. We serve students of all nationalities, and we truly have an international community of faithful individuals," said campus minister Lubna M. Nabi. The Catholic Newman Center itself, which was dedicated on February 8, 1976 and paid off by August 1981, was the pride and joy of the Catholic community. It was a place for students to retreat from the hectic schedules of class and work and it was open to all who needed it. Senior sociology major Catherine Barry said, "The center is like a home away from home. And it means different things to different people; for some it is a place to hang out, for others it's a place to celebrate their faith and connect with fellow Catholics or peers." -Sadaf F. Farooqui It's showtimel Sophomore interior design major Jennifer Nieto, senior biology major Denise Calvo, campus minister Lubna Nabi, and sophomore consumer science and merchandising major Julie Nieto pose in costumes they wore to do a rendition of a classic 1942 musical. They performed at the 25th Anniversery of the dedication of the Catholic Newman Center. Photo courtesy of CSO Volunteering & Celebrating CSO members relax after a long day of volunteering as waiters and waitresses at the 25th Anniversary celebration of the dedication of the Catholic Newman Center. CSO along with the rest of the university's Catholic community held a benefit for two honored members on April 19,2002 to mark a quarter-century of Catholic connections. Photo courtesy of CSO Officer List President: Denise Calvo Vice-President: Canh Lien Nguyen Secretary: Katherine Escudero Treasurer: Rebekah Mason Public Relations: Richard Chapa Campus Ministers: Fr. John Boll Lubna M. Nabi "Ok...so what's the game plan?" CSO members talk over their current score during the break in their intramural softball game, which included several different oranizations on campus. The season was 5 weeks long and CSO participated in four games. But it didn't really matter who won or lost, they were just there to have fun. Photo courtesy of CSO Post Game Time After their softball game the members were ready to eat, chill, and chat, so they decided to go out together for dinner. CSO did many things together in light of fellowship, like the intramural softball tournament they joined other organizations in. Photo courtesy of CSO Oatholic OtuJent Organization NJ.69/