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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1990 - Organizations. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 28, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21740.

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Title Houstonian 1990
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Transcript ^^uring the fall of 1989, over 100 huge amount of work in a short student leaders from across the state amount of time. The conference was of Texas came to the University of one of the largest in TSSA's 41-year Houston for a busy weekend of history, speeches, workshops and sometimes heated debate. The students united in a desire to find common issues in which they could stand with one another and support each other. Leaders united for the Texas State Students' Association (TSSA) Conference. # The students united in a desire to find common issues on which they could stand. • A number of distinguished speakers addressed the conference delegates. Speakers included State Representative Al Luna, Houston city council member Jim Green- wood and State Representative Sylvester Turner. Tur- ner'speech was a UH was well-represented at the bit of a homecoming since he served as Speaker of the UH Students Association Senate in 1976-77. Turner challenged the students of Texas to rekindle the flames of student activism which led to some great reform movements in our nation. The Fall 1989 TSSA at our university could only be called a smash- top levels of TSSA. The 1990 TSSA president was Wendy Trachte, who only last year was president of UH Students' Association (SA). Her successor as SA president, Mikal Belicove, was the TSSA service information director. The tradition in TSSA is that the host school plan the entire confer- ence. SA had to complete a ing success.-Mark Burge ^£ rging more students to get involved, SA President Mikal Belicove hands out general information about the student government. Photo by Michael Danke. ^^peaker of the Senate Michael Danke concentrates on making final arrangements for the TSSA conference.P/iofo by Michael Danke. 7^ uring fc^ the Shasta Referendum, booths were set up in many locations including the UC Satellite. SA officers informed students about the issues and enthusiastically administered the referendum. Houstonian Photo. 186 Organizations I became involved in the SA because I had both an interest in student concerns and in government. All students are invited to become involved in student government. -Mikal Belicove 4~ Students need to realize that they can control their own fates at this university. SA is a powerful tool for implementing those changes. -Michael Danke STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION Mikal Belicove, Eric Owens, Thomas Hicks, Michael Danke Eric Grimm, Faisal Butt; Larry Marino, Ziad Zarka, Yayha Saeed, Becky Pescko, Stacey Wuthrich, Sheila Pot erRekha Sharma, Alisin Evans, Donna Urban; Mark Burge, Charlie Hasslebnnk, Karl Barrus Brian Wilson, Liesl Owens; Andre Ware, Chris Browne, Robert Miklos. Photo by Mono Chadwick. This university has a very promising future. By being an active participant of SA, I nope to bring the deserved credit to UH and its students. -Carey Eskridge Organizations 187