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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/22489.

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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/22489

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Transcript 182 > ■ TWU residents Classes here, living there Texas Women's University and University of Houston may seem to be a strange combination but, for some of us, it's a normal way of life. It became a way of life last Fall when the Housing office realized they simply did not have enough rooms available for the large number of incoming students, and chose to contract rooms from T.W.U. Most who live at T.W.U. feel that the advantages far outweigh the disadvantages. The primary disadvantage is that students who wish to be close to campus cannot be. Ben Sanchez said, "Since I don't have a car, I rely on METRO or the UH shuttle bus; it is an inconvenience." Issac Benzur says it is an inconvenience for him, but he just has to allow for time to travel. The housing office has generously supplied the T.W.U. residents with free METRO bus passes and shuttles to UH. When asked how he felt about living in the T.W.U. housing instead of at UH, James Gatts said it made no difference to him since he had never lived in a dorm before so he had no comparison. When Sanchez was told he wouldn't get the choice to live on campus he said, "At first I felt cheated, as if it was too easy for them to get rid of me, but now we are like a family." Most students agree that living in the Texas Women's University dorm really is a benefit. There is a different atmosphere at T.W.U. because most of the students who live in Texas Medical Center are upperclassmen or graduate students. Sanchez feels the atmosphere is more mature and people respect one another. Another problem with living at T.W.U. is students don't have the same opportunity to meet other UH stu- dents. There are, however, many fun events planned for the T.W.U. students such as volleyball, movie night and trips which the UH students also enjoy. In classes, they belong to the University of Houston, but in everyday life, they have become part of T.W.U. ► Kelly Groves To the left, James Gatts studies for his UH classes while in his TWU residence hall. Photo by Kelly Groves. SS&flfrU* & Residence Halls North Tower's sixth floor girls call themselves "the Girls of Six Appeal.** They are Anita Edekar, Serena Fountain, Vicki Gutierrez, Charise Bennett, Erica Simpson, Romel Veals, Laura Goodwin, Maithao Nguyen, Diane Dominguez, Vini Agrawal, Cathy Coblentz, Shawn Lee, Claudia Espinosa, Aurora Espinosa, Lara Abi- Habib, Melissa Wilson, Vina Agrawal, and Gianina Martinel- li(R.A.). Photo by Mona Arnold. South Tower's seventh floor members are Curt Pair, Chris Brittom, John Tong, Chris Stoglim, Nicolau Castells, Dave McMahan, Jimmy Poepsel, Christian Andersen, Robert Zaruba, John Hummell, Mike Oeser, Raffi Tcholakian, Mark Sebring, and Darren Koenig. Photo by Mona Arnold. To the left are people from North Tower's Seventh Floor. They are Paul Laumenti, Michael Loria, Steven Palmer, Asif All, Michael Wand, Hans Eckhardt, Errol Haynes, Sanjay Jashrani, Keith Leino, David Vohaben, Stephen Ludniq, Longoria Noe, Aquinas Jones, Guido Benaglio, Respa Jacobo, Enrique Solrua and Jose. Eighth floor. North Tower girls are Shontelle Verdun, Kim Mitchell, Liz Sevi- 11a, Cheryl Price, Cynthia Berman, Kim Jacques, Melissa Pumarega, Traci McK- eehan, Sherina Miles, Christ! Campbell, Vanessa Post, Serita Parson, Tina Masone, Shelly McChesney, Marilyn Hinkel, Yo- landa Obleton, Shelly Varro, Kelly McChesney, Carol Hall, Shironda White, Melanie Strickland (R.A.), Tamla Bell, Leigh Anderson, Lori Loria, Natalia Marquez, and Ramona Parnell. Photo by Mona Arnold. N. Tower/TWU ■ 183