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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. August 28, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/22668/show/22494.

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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/22494

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Transcript First floor, Taub Hall resident Kenton Greene studies a book and plans to write a paper in his room. Photo by Mona Arnold. Residents of first floor, Taub Hall unanimously declined to appear in their floor photo, instead a personal momento represents everyone on the floor. Residents of the floor were Jeff Stauffer, Larry Winder, Rachal Vermillion, Stephanie Worth, Alan Matuszak, Daniel Moore, Sung Baik, Carla Haller, Mikal Evan Belicove (RA), Michelle Fredricks, Vicky Short, Mark Burge, Mark Brokowski, Cheri Lawrence, Marcella Webb, Darryl DeGraff, D. Lee Grooms, Becky Couban, Scarlett Sargent, Chris- tohpe Ribet (HD), Scott Eastman, Kenton Greene, Ryan Chadwick, Kevin Schmidt, Eric Grimm, Eric Van Blarcum, Michael Cook, Garet Cooke, Angela Cowan, Angelique Goodhue, Wendy Daigler, Jennifer Thomas, Jule McMahon, Mona Arnold, Bethany Meacham, Marcie Wegner, Susan Conkright, Lisa Van Dong, Shannon Wilkie, Rebecca Matson, Jennifer Stahl, Eric Anderson, Thomas Clark, Charles Wood, Darrell Cook, John Ross, Loren Israel, Grant Wiley, Sharon Hover, Roderick Echols, Jason Wichmann, Kim Pearson (RA), Scott Altes, Roderick McBane, Christopher Williams, James Young, Robert Kennedy, Reed Byers, Ruben Cantu and Rodrigo Hernandez. Photo by Mona Arnold. W 1 Jf ^*IL f ^ 5 HP Taub Hall's second floor residents are Sterling Kelley, Victor Runge, Freddy Saucedo, Jay Robbins, William Bass, Donald Griffith, Victor Caluya, John White, Albert Holden (RA), Scott Dillworth, Lisa Linn, Rodrigo Garcia, Bryan Barreras, Jan Pletsch, Dan Ripley, Parag Menta, Joyce Wong, Karl Barrus, Dan Lurvey, Jeff Martin, Cecile Despres, Steve Ewing and Brennan Pardee. Photo by Mona Arnold. Residents of Taub Hall's fourth floor play a game of Trivial Pursuit. They are Rhonda Jones, Tom Karsten, Diana Bischof, Bruce Folkman, Pedro Ayala (RA), Jon Bay, Jerry Chrisman, Daniel Tse, Timothy Toguchi, Christopher Allen and Guy Galloway. Photo by Mona Arnold. 188 ■ Residence Halls Residents of third floor, Taub Hall, are Kenneth Connor, James Gent (RA), Greg Speers, Jim Dubois, Michail Delaughter, Bernie Luger, Larry Marino, Vissett Sun, Howard Armstrong, Jeff Jaekley, David Eastman, Jason Soch, Jack Hay, Mauricio Nader, Paul Moak, Erin Dietsch, Ann Lombardo, Jennifer Drapp, Kim Smith, Julie Kohr, Joe Fitzpatrick, Peta Rook, Raina Steinmeier, Majorie Goodman, Julie Ducote, Connie Simmons, Michelle Cow- ell, Raymond Tan and John Simons. Photo by Mona Arnold. UPDATE RHA Residential paper developed The residence halls gained a new kind of news source, the UPDATE RHA touts feature stories, student columns, individual hall news, concert and record reviews, a big center — the spread calendar, and plenty of advertising opportunities for campus organizations and businesses. The Residence Halls Association, for several years, has published a newspaper for its residents, but each new RHA administration seemed to have also brought a new incarnation of the paper. Of all the incarnations, the UPDATE most resembles last year's newsletter, RHA TODAY. Successfully initiated by 1987-88 RHA President Mikal Belicove, RHA TODAY was the first newsletter to be printed regularly and to maintain a continuity in style and substance. Building on the foundation of RHA TODAY, the UPDATE is seeking to become a permanent publication. In addition to being a news source, the UPDATE seeks to be a sounding board for its readers, a forum where residents' ideas can be both stimulated and expressed. Reflecting on the first issue, David Hearn, a freshman business major said, "The paper looked very professional, very well done. The staff should be proud to be involved with the newspaper." A primary goal of the UPDATE is to provide a visually exciting and graphically entertaining newspaper. By providing a paper that is both enjoyable to read and to look at, the UPDATE reaches a wider audience, and therefore fulfills its puropose to a greater extent. The stunning visuals of the paper are the handiwork of freshman computer science major Mark Brokowski. Loren Isarel, current RHA President, said, "It's one of the best RHA papers in years. The staff this year is really fantastic and has done a great job. We see the UPDATE as a vital link to the UH residential community and we look forward to continuing the publication." ► Jerry Chris- man Taub Hall ■ 189