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HOWDY WEEK *93
Howdy Week a Tarleton tradition, is sponsored by the Student Programming Association, The
week of fun filled activities is planned to welcome all students into the Tarleton family. Events are
free to all Tarleton students.
To be eligible to win fabulous prizes, obtain a Howdy Week Activity Ticket from any Peer Advisor
or from the Office of Student Activities located on the second floor of the Tarleton Center. Take
your ticket to each event and have it punched by a SPA member. Students who have a fully
punched ticket will be eligible for the drawing to be held on Tuesday night during the Blizzard of
Bucks game show.
f Cruise the Island
August 25, 1993 -4PI
Keep a great Tarleton tradition alive and
cruise around the island from 8:00 p.m. -10:00
p.m. "Cruise It Or Lose It!" 1
August 26, 1993
Dance under the stars in the mall araa
PdM?dS:WelWme Back" "andS!ohoe
August 27, 1993
Plav FREE miniature golf and pool in the
Tarleton Center Game Room from 7:00 p.m. -
Midnight. Snacks will also be provided.
August 30, 1993 ' \ _
August 28, 1993
"Cram the Stands" at 7:30 p.m. for the Texans
vs. Universidad De Coahuila game at
J (Crazy Game Show!)
tV (Crazy Game snowy
August 31, 1993
Compete in exciting games and help your
residence hall floor become the 1993
champions! You can take part in the action at
Heritage Oaks Park from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Tarleton State University
STUDENT PROGRAMMING ASSOCIATION
YOU could be the next contestant on the
hottest game show touring college campuses.
Win cash and prizes at 7:00 p.m. in the Fine
August 14. The 1993
Outstanding Young Alumnus will
also be presented during graduation
With the end of summer,
thoughts turn to upcoming
Homecoming activities. Mark
your calendar for October 11-17 to
celebrate Homecoming 1993
"Texan Pride -- A State of Mind".
New this year are two receptions
for returning alumni. TAA is
sponsoring a hospitality room
where former students can meet
and remember their days at
Tarleton with historical displays
and Homecoming information.
Also, current Tarleton faculty will
have the opportunity to visit with
alumni at a Saturday morning
For more information on these
and other Tarleton Alumni
Association activities, go by their
office in the Hall of Presidents or
It is well known that those
students who become involved with
campus activities tend to be more
successful in college. This type of
involvement helps students realize
their leadership potential, as well.
In short, you will get out of your
education what you are willing to
put into it.
I hope you accept the challenge
to become an active member of the
university community. If you are a
returning student, you represent the
spirit of Tarleton. Welcome to the
excitement, the enthusiasm, the
adventure of university life. Catch
the Tarleton spirit of achievement!
Dennis P. McCabe, President
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greater and pre-scheduled interviews
Various events, such as a
Resume Workshop featuring a
panel of Human Resource
Managers, faculty, and school ad-
ministrators, are scheduled through-
out the school year. Alumni have
not been forgotten in the Career
Service support system. Beginning
in the fall of 1993, a new program,
coordinated with the Alumni
Association, will begin service in
the Career Services Center. Called.,
"ASK", the databased program will
list volunteers from the ranks of
alumni who are willing to talk to,
undergraduates/graduates who are
Multiplier figures are revised from
the Texas Input-Output Model,
published by the State Comptroller
of Public Accounts.
Trust, Town tic. Country Bank,
AmWest Savings, and Sunbelt
Utilities are provided by TU
Electric, Erath County Electric
CoOp, Lone Star Gas, United
Telephone of Texas, Southwest
United Communications , Inc, and
TeleAmerica. The water source is
from deep water wells from Trinity
Medical facilities include Harris
Mehodist Erath County Hospital ,
Stephenville Medical and Surgical,
and the Family Medicine Clinic.
A new face to help us
accomplish mulicultural unity on
campus is Andra P. Madkins
(known to some as Paulette). She
came on board June 1,1993, from
the Department of Human
Resources. She will work very
closely with our multicultural
students addressing the critical
area of retention, especially
among our freshmen.
Stop by the Office of Special
and say HELLO! Our ofi ce is
located in the Tarleton Center,
second floor, room 207, We say,
"make it a priority this year for
yourself to get involved." We
have many organizations-join
of the past to the present.
"hi the past, Juneteenth was a
celebration strictly focus on
Americans in Texas," said
Madkins. "Today, it is for anyone
as a celebration of freedom,"
This gathering in Stephenville
Park is goin? on its second year.
According to Madkins, it is only
going io be bigger and better next
"This year ".-as a lot better than
lastyeai More businesses &ot in-
volved, and more college students
came to celebrate."
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