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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1989 - 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/22668/show/22479.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 1989 - Residence Halls. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/22668/show/22479

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Transcript MakirT Music UH hosts SWACURH 166 he University of Houston Residence Halls Association was proud to host the 1988 South West Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (SWACURH) Conference, "Makin' Music With SWACURH." The SWACURH Conference was held November 3-6. It was the largest in history, with 570 delegates attending from more than 30 colleges and universities. No one could ignore the presence of the guest schools as they filled the University Center with banners and cheered, showing their school pride, as well as their excitement. Tours of the campus and the residence halls were given. By night, parties began, including a roll- call/lip-sync contest, a party atop Moody Towers, and "the Generic Dance." One benefit of hosting SWACURH '88 was the group spirit it fostered among the UH residential population. The conference was coordinated by 250 UH residents and staff, all pulling together to make things run smoothly. "The SWACURH Conference was an excellent experience for not only the del- Residence Halls egates that attended, but also the residents here at UH that spent many hours to show- case UH," said SWACURH Conference Chair Craig Knapp. "The conference really united our residents and we all had a great time as hosts to the SWACURH region." UH distinguished itself in the area of honors and awards as well. Faculty Advisor Barbra Olson was elected the 1989 SWACURH Advisor; Loren Israel was named National Communications Coordinator of the Year; and the program "Now What?," presented by resident delegates Me- lanie Strickland and Bobbi Hermon, was chosen as the first place student program. Perhaps most important, however, was the exposure of UH brought about by hosting such a large conference. "It's good to be able to show off once in a while," said RHA President Loren Israel, "so often the Residence Halls Association can be taken for granted. I'm glad we could bring so much of a positive image of UH to the other schools in our region.' ► D. Lee Grooms UH delegate Melanie Strickland gives a smile to fall semester's Residence Halls Association President David McMahan. Photo by Mark Lacy. Lamar University delegates show their high spirits at the conference opening session. Photo by Mark Lacy. Harold Maddocks, in charge of the convention's programming, takes a break from his hectic job and catches a nap in an armchair in the lobby of the Astrovillage Hotel, conference headquarters. Photo by Mark Lacy. SWACURH ■ 167