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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. April 20, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21751.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1990 - Organizations. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21751

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Transcript z> uring the Spring Fair sponsored by the Student Programming Board, members of the Student Industrial Distribution Organization relax by a little pool they created in the back of a pickup. Throughout the year, SIDO sponsors events such as a Golf Tourney, Casino Night, and a newsletter. Photo by Thomas Nguyen. &%fith a myriad of items on it's agenda, the American Institute of Architectural Students (AIAS) tried to focus on bridging the gap between the professional and college world. Boasting a record membership of over 200 members, AIAS improved it's administration with the installment of new officers. Brian James, AIAS vice-president, said, "This year's officers tried to make sure that AIAS got enough exposure. We took part in a sand-castle building competition in Galveston this year. Last year, we won the best t-shirt design at the sand-castle building competition." Another activity that AIAS took part was the Mentor Program. "Through this program, we were able to give fourth year undergraduate and second year graduate students a chance to develop a # .. .a great place to meet new friends and exchange ideas about architecture. * firm indoctrination about what it would be like to work in a particular firm. It gives students an opportunity to work in a relaxed atmosphere," said James. AIAS provided support for other students that were in the architectural field. The club was also a great place to meet new friends and exchange ideas about achitec- ture. In a demanding field such as architecture, students need others to help them through the tiresome 5-year program. James said, "The architecture program begins to start weeding out people after the second year. At the end of every year, our portfolios are reviewed. Students with portfolios and GPAs that are not up to par are removed from the program. AIAS helps by easing the worries of being in the architecture program." -Jonathan Imperial AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS Peggy Nordmann, Brian James, John Jarrett, Betty Perez, Lee Lopez, Paul Nicosia, Lauren Vuong, Gheed Amara, John A. Benggren, David Collins, Ian Sheard, Jay Corbusier, Chris Browne, Norberto Narvacan, Eathen Zuniga, Howard Chu.Photo by Gilbert Sifuentes. STUDENT INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTION ORGANIZATION (front) Richard Corbello, Dwain Martin, Ian Kinloch, David Tieh, Judy Bell, Belva Punch, Abel Garcia, Mike Price, Anthony Cole; (back) Mike Sassin, John Parks, Noe Govea, Chris Cooley, Matt Dimando, Michael Dierschke, Elizabeth Irwin, Donna Klahn, Kavan Marriott, Tom Hicks, Sharon Knight, Marc Patel, Xavier Williams, Steve Johnson, Hilda Gonzalez, Esther NwannarPhofo by Art Hale. SOCIETY OF MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS (front) Darrin Schonefeld, Lisa Boatman, Tommy Wong; (back) Dorriane Petras, Lee Richards. Photo by Jonathan Imperial. 208 Organizations Organizations 209