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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1989 - Organizations. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 13, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/22668/show/22419.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1989 - Organizations. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/22668/show/22419

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Title Houstonian 1989
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Transcript INTEREST Preoptometry Professionals Membership and Interest in POPS has grown, spreading through word of mouth and publicity at orientation and transfer sessions. President Angela Nicolini said that "POPS has changed a lot. We've become more active, especially in community service/' There were about thirty dues-paying members as well as about twenty or so more who did not pay dues but attended meetings. Every other Friday, the group met in the Optometry Building from one to two p.m. Regular attendance numbered about twenty, depending on test schedules and other conflicts. One of POPS' major functions was the Optometry Admissions Test Reviews. In these reviews, old members helped younger members improve their knowledge of biology, physics, organic chem istry, and other subject areas pertaining to the test. The reviews were designed to enable students to increase test scores, thus increasing chances of being accepted into a good graduate school. In community service, POPS became involved with INFOCUS, a nonprofit group that provides the under- priviliged in Mexico, Central America, and overseas with eye care and glasses free of charge. Each member went to several area optometrists to try to get them involved with INFOCUS. They also helped in an INFOCUS warehouse making telephone calls for donations of money, supplies, and equipment. Nicolini also said that interest in the field of optometry in general appears to have grown recently with the influx of women and minorities into professional careers. ► Mona Arnold Alma Gruver, Damon Smith, and Jilie Ferguson enjoy pizza and beer, staple foods at any Halloween party. POPS photo. POPS members — Marc Adams, Monique Adams, Carolyn Barker, Laura Barnett, Connie Beaulieu, Michael Bollenbacher, Homira Botshekan, Keli Brammer,Marilyn Chow, Matthew Cole, Shelly Collins, Brian Daughtery, Amanda DeLeon, Hong Doe, Melissa Ernst, Julie Ferguson, Tammy Folson, Marcus Gruver, Christine Hughs, Judy Jackson, Denny C Joe, Barbara Kopp, Billy Kuo, Rhonda Le, Keith Leino, Mildrid Lopez, Heather Martin, Sharon Meilke, Gary Migues, Mary Montemayor, Archie Moore, Laura Morris, Jerry Northcutt, Michele Pak, Patrick Reber, Louis Peters, Victor Rathod, Eric Renye, Mark Ruiz, Faye Safarr, Chitra Sankaran, Nicole Shipp, Suzanne Streff, Janet Thigpinn, Kenny Uzick, Juliette Wolfer, Joyce Wong, Kenneth Calhoun, Matthew Cole. Photo by Mona Arnold. 106 ■ Organizations