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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. April 16, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21716.

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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/21716

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Students of the University of Houston, Houstonian 1990 - Residence Halls, Houstonian Yearbook Collection, Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries, accessed April 16, 2014, http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21716.

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Transcript Caught Red Handed. Could this be one of the reasons students are short on cashlPhoto by Jerry Munoz. Paying the Bills. Yvonne Champion must first check her account balance before making that familiar call home.Photo by Jerry Munoz. m Need Money! Broke students phoned home "Mom, how are you doing? Yes, Mom everything is fine in school and I'm eating right. No, I'm not calling to let you know that I flunked out and I'm coming back home!" After going through "the motions" and avoiding the reason for calling home, one may boldly blurt out, "Send money, I'm broke!" Phoning home for money appears to be the easiest and most popular method of attaining money for college students. Though the reasons for needing cash vary from tuition and fees, to clothing, or for food (BEER); budgeting one's economic priorities can be tough. "Phoning home for money has become a way of life for me, since being on my own is like being a kid again and spending all my money at once," said freshman Ben Arredondo. This can be the most common scenario if one didn't listen to their mother's ongoing nagging on the virtues of saving and budgeting money for school. To most experienced college students, the word "college" represents nothing more than a seething money-hungry monster. I'm sure had E.T. been a college student, he may have felt the same urge to phone home and "bum some bucks" from good ol' Mama and Papa. -Adam Sosa III Sigh of Relief. In the end, this resident knows she can count on family to help with "bills."Photo hu Jerry Munoz. N orth Tower-5th Floor Ryan Coleman, Gregory Watson, Mario Hernandez, Rodrigo Tsutsumi, Samer Hawila, Daniel Simon, Leonard Johnson, Andrew Kesten, Brian Bollick, Sanh Dinh, Joseph Guarino, Alan Napeloni, Chris Chambliss, Derek Hall, Neelan Doolabh, Juan Trujillo, David Castillo, Gehen Swami, Jeff Brown, Mony Saad, Michael Caploritz, Sunil Vachani, Chris Davis, Joel Stockwell, Ammar Abusineina, Jason Locke, Aaron Aldrich, Eric Barnes, Ramon Alvarez, James Martin, Bart Bluitt, Steve Rogers. Photo by Mark Lacy. N orth Tower-6th Floor (L-R)Lashawn Whorton, Wendy Andrepont, Colleen O'Conner, Rachel Delrosario, Charmaine Gonzalez, Christy Rojas, Kristen Franciotti, Jocelyn Shepard, Shawn Lee, Beatriz Gonzalez Cuevas, Jennifer Boone, Maria Angustias Molina, Gianina Martinelli, Benita McFarland, Ava Williams.Pfroto by Mark Lacy. I orth Tower-7th Floor First: Karl Lewis, Chad Prouse, Fransisco Medina, Alvaro Zertuche, Eric Stormer. Second:Alan Napeloni, Aquinas Jones, Adam Sosa, Walter Cole, Asif Ali, Sanjay Jashnani, Chris Boening. Third: David Miratsky, Basil Al-Azem, Hans Eckhardt, Patruck Fitzgerald, Dale Toney, David Lohr.Photo by Mark Lacy. 142 RED f»sldence Hal|s ACE RED itftloSHEaGACE 143