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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1990 - Residence Halls. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 23, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21714.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1990 - Residence Halls. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21714

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Transcript World Escape Quest for knowledge lures many Why did out-of-state residents come to the residence halls at the university? What was that powerful force that drove people from their homes to live on campus with more than two thousand other residents? Vali Karimi, a resident advisor at Moody said, "Lots of people are coming to Houston because the cost of living is cheap compared to other states." Karimi cited other reasons for coming to the University of Houston."My brother is a graduate of UH. I have family in Houston, and there are a lot of my friends here." Vali chose to live in the residence halls because of the"easy access to studies. I don't have long to get to school." Almost Home. A Moody Towers resident prepares for a long trip home. Photo by Rachel Del Rosario Julie Newton came to Texas from Virginia for one reason, "warmth." Newton said she got into the halls because she wanted to get to know people, and there weren't any good apartments close to campus. Paul Hoglund says he came to the university because "it was convenient. My father lives in Houston , so I qualify for in-state tuition." About the residence halls, Paul said,"I save a lot of time by living on campus. I used to commute to school my first semester here. Now that I'm on campus, I have to be involved in extracurricular stuff. Plus I have made hundreds of friends in the residence halls." -Paul Hoglund I'm Homesick. A student spends time reading to keep from getting homesick. Photo by Rachel Del Rosario What a pain. A Moody resident struggles to get things packed for her long trip home. Photo by Rachel Del Rosario. Ot Fberholtzer Hall Kelley Strang, Chris Nuessal, Peter Phoenix, Susan Neale, Danica Johnson, Laura Yokus, Cynthia Johnson, Kim Do, Rosemary Gomez, Dema Yaissh, Wendy Rosamond, David Konen, Teresa San Miguel. Photo by Mark Lacy. 138 REDRlMeTHEiFACE V^ougar Place Matt Mcdavid, Mattias Schwab, Essam Ismail,Roman Zarka, Kristen Temme, Dena Gulden, Shara Harmeyer, Rosalinda Gonzalez, Greg Schwarz,Melanie Strickland, Romy Shani, Kevin Carruth, Yvonne Grady, Nannette Garcia, Jay Jenkins, Andre Ware, Byron Smith, Javier Viejojason Jessup, Ross Monaco, Niloofer Madon, Alton Montgomery, Katrina Wetzels, Roger Peters,Mark Salopek. Houstonian Photo. REMNelcfekalls'ACE 139