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Houstonian, 1990 - Organizations. 1990. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 26, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/21919/show/21747.

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Title Houstonian, 1990
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Date 1990
Description This edition of the Houstonian, published by the students of the university in 1990, is the official yearbook of the University of Houston.
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Transcript One of the reasons I'm in SPS is because there are so few physics majors, we have to stick together. -Ronald Parker The main goal of SPS is to get people, mainly the undergraduates, who are in physics to stay in physics. -Jose Paredes of 5&I t^ urious about our neighbors on other planets, students wait in line to use the telescope located in the observatory of the S&R I. Society of Physics Students President Jose Paredes said that by observing space through the telescope, he can piece together what most of his physics professors lecture aboutP/iofo by Thomas Nguyen. he UH observatory on the top Rabeau said he wanted to pub- of 15&R I re-opened in the fall se- licize more so the observatory would mester after being closed for several be used. He publicized its re-opening years. Art Rabeau, an electrical en- by posting flyers. When asked if he gineering graduate student was operated the scope, Rabeau said, largely responsible for the re-opening of the observatory. "When I came here, I found the observatory all trashed out," Rabeau said. Judy Hajovsky, the physics department administrator at the time, had the observatory repainted. "It needed cleaning. The scope itself needed repairing." Rabeau said. Rabeau asked a friend, Eric Rothgev with Texas National Repair, to inspect the telescope. Rothgev, at no charge to the university, cleaned and re-conditioned the telescope and realigned the optics. "It took about three hours, a job (for which) I'd have normally charged about $300," Rothgev said. * Not many students know about the observatory. It's kind of sad that it's just sitting there. * "Operating is a grandiose term. I make sure it's pointed right." Rabeau said that "getting help with the observatory has entailed whining and begging." The Society of Physics Students (SPS), recently reactivated, have volunteered their services and will take over the general maintenance of the observatory. Not many students were aware of the observatory. "It's kind of sad that it's just sitting there," said Jose Paredes, SPS president. "It's been here (the observatory) since I remember and I've been here since '85." -Courtesy The Daily Cougar Beta Beta Beta allows biology students to come together to learn more about the different careers in biology. -Mamta Kalidas 200 Organization* BETA BETA BETA Christine Huynh, Mamta Kalida, Mylan Lam, Martha Aguilar, Hien Nguyen, Hanh Nguyen. Photo by Mary Valle. SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS Dong Phan Ho, Deanna Salerno, Ann Rutledge, Ralph Yang, Jose Paredes, Graham Kham.Photo by True Tran. ft t the observatory, students of all majors gather to learn more about our mysterious, yet fascinating, solar system.Pfcofo by Thomas Nguyen. Organizations 201