Settegast's first floor residents are Curtis McLemore, Sam
Robinson, John Haduch, Michael Spurlock, Helena Pirow,
Ed Nordmeyer, Kristen Burkhard, Dale Dye, Gary Nichols,
Lori Price, Jiten Karnani, Angela Walden, Fidel Rul,
Denise Orand (RA), Claudia Olivas, Maija Airas, Debbie
Merian, Shenan Chapman, Cindy Walker and Rhonda
Keaton. Photo by Mona Arnold.
Above, Settegast's third floor residents are, back row then front
row, Tina Thompson, John Morrison, Geoffrey Waters, Candace
Friend, Darla Simpson, Teresa Rivera, Jeffrey Sorrells, Mark
Wiedenfeld, Mark Baler, Lizabeth
Linares, Thorsten Burgermeister,
Marisela Trujillo, Brett Guthridge,
Heather Mick, Ran Shabat (RA),
Ginger Wittkofski, Juan Navejar,
Bridgett Forte, Todd Fowler, Patrick Burchfleld and Nickie Siders.
Photo by Mona Arnold.
Residents of Settegast's third floor
are, (top bunk) Renee Pena, Alan
Summers, Jill Taylor, (bottom
bunk) Craig Knapp (RA), Neil Larson, Robin Harris, Yolanda Harper, Corey Spoden, Joe Murphy,
Scott Gibson and Mark Geron. Photo by Mona Arnold.
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Residents of Settegast's fourth floor are, back row to front row:
Arnold Melonson, Leslie Moore, Mark Everett (RA), Rhonda
O'Neal, Daniel Abrego, Tawnya Matthews, Deanna Winfield, a visitor and Sharon Knight??. Photo by Mona Arnold.
Resident Cynthia Johnson gives blood. Photo by Jay Robbins.
Residents cancer center
Each semester, the
M.D. Anderson Blood
Center holds a drive
in both the Moody
and the Quadrangle's
Oberholtzer Hall lobby.
During the fall, 542
residents registered to
donate blood. There
were 456 who actually donated.
Debra Cantrell, a
representative of the
M. D. Anderson Blood
Center, said the drive
was "a huge success."
gave blood for the first
"I was nervous, but
then I got there and
the people were really
nice. It didn't hurt at
all. It was just a little
prick. I'm really glad I
did it," said junior resident Bret Champion
who gave blood for the
first time in the fall
look forward to the
drive each semester to
add to their wardrobe.
"I always give
blood. It leaves a big
'ole hole in my arm,
but I get a free t-
shirt," freshman resident Mona Arnold
said. All donors received a free t-shirt.
2,600 pints of blood
are necessary each
month to support the
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. The majority of those units
come from support
groups like UH, Cantrell said. ► Jason
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