OAS Strives For Harmony
MEMBERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: First Row — Saleh, Samia Barakat, Halim Odeh, Nabilah Fadli; Second
Row — A. Abukar, Abu-Ayyash, President; A. Hidar, S. Haddad, Hamid Hajj, Treasurer and Public
Relations; Nawal Barakat, Vice-President; Zohair, Aina Fadli, Secretary; Adnan Yazigi, Social Chairman; Saheil Zabaneh.
The Organization of Arab Students
seeks to promote a better relationship
between the American people and the
Arab students in the Houston area.
Strengthening the brotherhood among
Arab students is also emphasized.
Explaining the Arab culture to the
public in order to increase general
understanding is the prime objective
of OAS. To fulfill this quest, members
presented film and slide shows of Arab
countries, made visits to schools and
churches and donated books of the
Middle East to the Houston Public
ASCE Guides Civil Engineers
MEMBERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: P. V. Ramakrishnaiah, Arthur Gerber, Jerry Faz, Vice-President; Noel
Atkisson, Masaru Ishimura, Joe Williamson, President; Steve Roche, Herman Wright, Ray Lester, Secretary; Dr. Jerry Rogers, Student Advisor; Gary Lemley, Mike Broome, Barry Harding, Contact with
ASCE Houston Branch; Michael Kluck, Edgar Guilbeau, John Rouse, Wayne Wischnewsky, Theopolis
Holeman, Henry Whittington, James Moore, Harry Corder, Bubba Whitehead, Donald Willhouse, Dong-
Min Kim, Jetf Brown, Dana Childress.
The American Society of Civil
Engineers is a professional society
formed to unite all civil engineers.
ASCE members have the opportunity to work toward advancement of
knowledge in civil engineering and
make contacts which benefit their
own professional development.
Tours and social happenings provided the bulk of activity for ASCE
in 1972-73. In October of 1972
members were given the opportunity to participate in the ASCE
National Convention in Houston.
UH members also took part in the
state convention in Austin April 6-7,