Sandhya Sanghani ► Editor-in-Chief
Mary P. Valle ► Managing Editor
Mark Lacy ► Photography Editor
Mona Arnold ► Organizations Editor
Beth Johnson ► Res. Halls Editor
Henry Reyna ► Sports Editor
Allen Manning ► Issues Editor
Tony Bullard ► Head Photographer
Kathi Cook ► Taylor Representative
The HOUSTQNIAN greatly appreciates
the efforts of:
PHOTOGRAPHERS ► Robert Denton,
Darrell Hutto, Keith Leino, Jeffrey Lyon, Reggie Reilley, Jay Robbins, Andy
Rodriguez, David Scarbrough, Hugh
Tom, Dale Toney, Shilpa Trivedi, Oscar Trevino, and Michael Williams.
WRITERS ► Mauro Aguirre, Kalpana
Bhakta, Paul Binz, Scott Butterworth,
Jerry Chrisman, Chuck Coffman, Scott
Corey, Shannon Crabtree, Tanya
Deason, Mike DeLa Cruz, LeNae
Donham, Rebecca Ferguson, Tom
Fontaine, D.Lee Grooms, Kelly Groves,
Michelle Gwira, Ed Huber, Hyder
Khan, Jeff Lane, Melissa Lang, Mi-
chele Linn, Jason McGaha, Maithao
Nguyen, Craig Oakmen, Liesl Owens,
Linda Poynor, Mike Price, Kimberely
Reister, Ricky Rodriguez, Sammy R.
Rusco, Frank San Miguel, Darrin
Schlegel, Lara Schultz, Michael Smith,
Rekha Sharma, Sunil N. Thakkar, Fabian Vaksman, Colleen Waits, Troy
And last but not least, special thanks to
Dick, Audree and the Student Publications Business Office for their endurance.
The 1989 HOUSTQNIAN. IN THE EYES OF THE
WORLD, unique in its magazine format, was published by Taylor Publishing Company in Dallas, Texas. This Volume 55 is printed on 80 lb. enamel with
smyth binding, for summer delivery.
The cover, designed by Delores Landin and the Editors, is black with red foil and a 4-color photograph
by Mark Lacy. The endsheets in black, 20% black,
and red foil, were designed by Sandhya A. Sanghani.
Covers for the individual sections represent PEOPLE®, FORTUNE®, LIFE ®, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED
®, and TIME®, by the generous permission of Time,
While the body copy is set in ll/13pt. and the
captions in 8/9pt, the headlines and subheads vary
from section to section.
Sudlow Photography took the portraits in the Fall,
while Bryn-Alan took them in the Spring. Anthony
Advertising was contracted to sell the 48 pages of
The HOUSTQNIAN thanks both those who contributed to and were covered in the yearbook, as to make
it creative, accurate, and timely.
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