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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2003 - Life. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 18, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/8611/show/8463.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2003 - Life. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/8611/show/8463

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Transcript Homecoming On a Mission Junior marketing major Andrea Beckman and sophomore marketing major Margie Karlinski dance for their sorority, Alpha Chi Omega in the Strut Your Stuff competition on Tuesday night. The groups had to expand upon this year's Homecoming theme: Agent OOCoog, Mission Restore the Roar. Photo by Katherine Mayse Comedu Toninht Student volunteers were selected from the audience and hypnotized for Tuesday night's comedy show during Homecoming week. During the show, students were made to believe that they were at the beach, at the movies, in a dance contest, in a haunted house, and much more. Photo by Jamila Musa. h£^-iii'J*J=tgkm!d= Aaent Alamn Freshman studio arts interior design major Ryan Martorell performs with his fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon, during the Strut Your Stuff Showcase held on Tuesday night. He is performing as a secret agent in San Antonio, Texas in their award-winning agents around the world skit. Photo by Katherine Mayse Week (Continued from page 18) week, I went to alot of the tailgating parties beforehand because I'm in a sorority and we do alot of that kind of stuff. I thought it was really fun and really great because I come from a small town, and having a football team that you can go do that kind of stuff with is really great. You get the alumni and everyone involved in it. It was cool because this is a commuter school and trying to get people to stick around and participate in stuff that happens on campus, in this case sports, is a good idea." While many students attended the actual game and helped spread the Cougar spirit, there were some people that weren't as excited about Homecoming as others. Freshman chemical engineering major Fausto Almazan, like many students new to the University of Houston, was unaware of how to get i n volved with homecom i ng. "I really didnt participate in Homecoming. I'm a freshman and I'm not too familiar with sports and how to participate. I did go to the UC and I saw alot of the artwork and banners - some of the artwork was nice. But I really didnt go Homecoming week provided many unique opportunities to get involved in campus activities and show spirit. out of my way to try and participate. Next year when I'm more familiar with things I'd like to try to get involved better." The actual homecoming game was close for the Cougar football team, and the football team played to their greatest ability. Although they didn't bring in a win on Homecoming night, spectators agreed that the team played a great game. "I thought the game was great. It was disappointing when they didnt win, but it was cool to see that everyone kept their spirits up until the end." Dieh said. Story by Jennifer Mosquedo Master of Disguise Sophomore business major Austin Mayse and senior marketing major Tony Harris, both of Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity perform in the Strut Your Stuff Showcase on Tuesday night during homecoming week. The event served as a friendly competition between student organizations. Photo by Katherine Mayse w=i=tm^j