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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2000 - Closing. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 27, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/9371/show/9367.

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Students of the University of Houston. Houstonian 2000 - Closing. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/9371/show/9367

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Title Houstonian 2000
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  • Students of the University of Houston
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  • University of Houston
Caption The Houstonian is the official yearbook of the University of Houston.
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Title Closing
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  • Students of the University of Houston
Caption The Houstonian is the official yearbook of the University of Houston.
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  • University of Houston
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Transcript Staff Box Editor in Chief Michelle Norton Managing Editor Linda Canales Organizations Editors Andrew Sandoval Jennifer Herrington Sports Editor Jason Caesar Consolacion Academic/Community Editor Jesse Lauritz People Editor Amanda Yates Marketing Editor Melissa Valdez Photography Editor Pete Medrano Assistant Photography Editor Pin Lim Copy Editor Melanie Melancon Writers Carolina Amengual Donica Beckett DeAnn Dunkins Kevin Harris Eric Idiahi Audrey Warren Justin Taillon Keenan Singleton Josh Gajewski Andrew Ferraro Aceila Taylor Josephine Rajadurai Ronnate Asirwatham Jim Parsons Photographers Patrick S. Bernard Henri Chen Travis Howell Ti Troung Danny Nguyen Kevin Harwerth Barry Watson Max Lacayo Ciemence Rogers Carl Wilson Rob Huwar Editor's Hote The hardest thing for any yearbook editor to do is to summarize a year in a few short paragraphs, to thank those people who relentlessly and without question gave you their time and energy for an entire year to a single book and to reveal to 33,000 students what you learned from this experience. Well, after being the editor in chief of the 2000 Houstonian yearbook, I am willing try anything. If I had to summarize this year with one word, it would be "learning." I have learned so many things. First of all I learned it takes great skill and knowledge to put a yearbook together. And when I first started I did not know everything. It came down to trial and error. While this made for some very late nights and periods of frustration seeing the end result made the struggle worthwhile. Not only did 1 use this technique for putting together the yearbook, but also for managing my staff. I learned not until the end of the year that friendships do not belong in the workplace even at the university level, that you gain respect through both words and actions and that you have to be true to yourself in both of these areas in order to get the job done. And on this note I have several people to thank. First of all I would like to start at the top and thank Dick Cigler, director of Student Publications. Not only did you listen to my problems and give me great advice, but you encouraged me to reach for my goals and to get the job done. You have been a great role model in my life. I would also like to thank Reeda Hadley for help with payroll, Kelly Truitt for help with the computers and Sobana Roajagapol for working with us to get ads in The Daily Cougar. I would also like to thank Catherine Iden, our Taylor Publishing account executive for patience with us on our book and the pages that needed oomctiom. Randy Elliott, our sales repiesenta- tive, who had to be the MeadUcH person to work with (remcmbci the karaoke bar?). I would also like to thank Ed Thorton and Micbad Sawchuck and their photograplms for taking our studeni protnfa, And now I must thank I In- people who worked day in ami day out to put this book together. The liisi person 1 must thank is I iml.i Canales, my managing ediim Without your help, your time .mil your great attitude this book would not be here today. I know you will make a great cditoi in duel ol llic 2001 Houstonian yMibook. Whenever you need tat I will always be around. I must also thank Pin Lim. assistant photography cditoi who stayi il late with Linda and myself to emu plete deadlines. You can be counted on no matter what the cicrum- stance. I must also thank the rest of my staff. Jason Caesar Consolacion sports editor, you definctly provid cd me an endless supply of entertainment. You did a great job on your section and came through for me in the end. Thanks also goes out to aca demic and community editor Jesse Lauritz, co-organizations editors Andrew Sandoval and Jennifer Herrington and people editor, Amanda Yates. While you guys may not have been around the office a lot your picsense was felt. And finally I would like to thank all of the writers and photograpluis who worked on this book. Without your time and effort this book would not have been possible. Although I may not have told you often, you were and arc grcatK appreciated. With that I shall end. what already is a very long note and say I will always remember this experience with fondness. It has been a fun ride, but I am afraid I must get off. CLOSinG • 399