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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 24, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21727.

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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/21727

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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 24, 2014, http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21727.

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Transcript Going Up? Patience definitely a virtue Imagine yourself running late to class one morning, and because you did not want to walk down eleven flights of stairs, you dashed for the elevators. Somewhere between floors four and five, the elevator stops. Yes, you were stuck. Looks like you were going to be later than you thought. This event was unfortunate and very real for Towers residents. Most people who took the elevators were all too familiar with the problems. Overcrowding was the most common complaint. The Towers were built in the early seventies, and it seemed that not much practical thought was given to elevator usage. "Whoever designed 17-floor buildings Rush Hour. Residents pour out of the elevator in the early morning rush to class. Photo by Rachel del Rosario. Patience Is A Virtue. Whether coming or going, residents had to wait almost ten minutes each way. Photo by Rachel del Rosario. with 500 students in each one should have thought to put in more than two elevators," said Gena Crenwelge. "We spend about $60,000 per year to keep those elevators up, and there are still maintenance problems," said Terry Bridges, area coordinator for the Towers. Whether the situation was to be blamed on poor planning or slow service, it was becoming increasingly obvious that there was a problem. Until more elevators are added or the old ones maintained more efficiently, all that residents could really do was be patient, be considerate, and without a doubt, keep complaining. -Stephanie Colston. ates Hall-lst Floor Amal Davis, Derrick, Brisket Howard, Nate Bullocks, Darren Woods, Albert Holders, Chuck Weatherspoon, Greg Wolk, Tracy Good, Manny Hazard.Photo by Mark Lacy. ates Hall-2nd Floor R. Brinkmann, J. Fritz, B. Murray, D. Klinger, E. Pardee, P. Cooper, J. Bevil, J. Youngblood, T. Polk, J. Johnson, K. Jenkins, L. Truitt, W. Barron, D. Sciaraffa, E. Blount, J. Mouton, J. Armstrong, L. Wheatherspoon, J. Davis, S. O'Conner, N. Adams, P. Bailey, Z. Chatman, ]. Berry, M. Newhouse, G. Brinkley, M. Grant, S. Holmes, M. Gisler, D. Wasson, D. Clapp, T. McCauley, S. Hinze, C. Pezman, S. Berg, K. Labay.Photo by Mark Lacy. ates Hall-3rd Floor Sam Robinson, Trina Perkins, Rayford Ross, Lee Flemming, Brent Davidson, Margaret May, Kim Montgomery, Beth May, Edric Gordon, Karen Yee, Michael Spriggs, Angela Boles, Sandra Cummings, Sherrianda Pitts, Robert Bent, Kim McAllister, Shari Radler, Kristen Birklebach, John Haduch, Kevin Crawford, Carlos Lastra, Steve Jones, Al Welle, Norah Simpson, Jenny Nainz, Lesile Sadler, Sherronda Write, Michelle Collins.Pfiofo by Mark Lacy. ates HalMth Floor W. Baugh, J. Bradley, J. Hardy, C. Darby, N. Kalu, M. Smith, E. Kaiser, M. Lorch, M. Carrosquilla, D. Ripley, J. Rader, W. Roese, T. Johnson, F. Jackson, C. Porter, C. Crockett, F. Holloway, J. Foley, J. Golden, K. Kirk.Photo by Mark Lacy. 164 RED INCfrfe Halls ACE RED Jtfdence HaSACE 165