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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2005 - Student Life. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 23, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/9125/show/8952.

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Caption The Houstonian is the official yearbook of the University of Houston.
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Transcript moking regulations address old issues, cause new complaints Story by The Houstonian Staff Among the complaints was that the ban would force smokers at the Moody Towers to light up in an area beneath the complex's main entrance. espite protests from some campus residents, the Residence Halls Association took a step toward banning smoking outside campus residence halls in Fall 2004. The RHA proposed the ban, which barred smoking within 20 feet of residence-hall entrances, in the summer. Residents approved it in August, but a flood of angry e-mails caused the group to revisit the bill in September. Among the complaints was that the ban would force smokers at the Moody Towers to light up in an area beneath the complex's main entrance, which residents said wasn't safe. "If we're going to have to smoke (under the entrance), there better be a UH cop there 24 hours" painting senior Anja Luetchford told The Daily Cougar. "It's not safe down there!' RHA President Russell Payne confirmed that residents felt unsafe under the Towers. He received a variety of complaints. "They were very upset about going (underneath the Towers)" Payne told the Cougar. "There were instances when young ladies did not want to go under there by themselves, and an instance when a young man got hit over the head with a baseball bat!' The bill prohibited smoking within 20 feet of the entrances of the Towers and in the Quadrangle of Taub, Law, Bates and Settegast halls. At Cougar Place, the ban restricted smoking to residents' porch areas. After the complaints, the ban was revised to prohibit smoking within 25 feet of the Towers entrance, which would allow residents to remain at ground level. Further revisions allowed smoking within 10 feet of Oberholtzer Hall's east entrance and banned it completely at the west entrance. Residents caught violating the ban were to have been fined $ 10 or sentenced to one hour of community service. Even in its modified form, the smoking code generated animated discussion among campus residents. B 80