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^A New Awareness ' Awards Given wo members from each organization in the College of Home Economics as well as three representatives from each class make up Texas Tech ' s Home Economics Council. The council ' s biggest undertaking in 1984-85 was the sponsoring of Home Economics Awareness Week. The theme of the week was " A New Aware- ness. " The week included speakers, seminars and a fashion show and ended with an awards luncheon at which distinguished alumni were recognized. " Aware- ness week took up most of our time, " said Bobbie Jill Pronger and Bobbie Skaggs di scuss Home Economics Aware- ness Week with Dr. Camille Bell, a district alumni member. Skaggs, president. The council also spon- sored the Raider Roundup Brunch during homecom- ing. The brunch took place in the El Centro lobby of the Home Economics building. The council sponsored the student of the month program. Each organiza- tion in the College of Home Economics nominated one student each month, and from those nominees the home economics faculty selected the student of the month. Officers were Skaggs, president; Karen Rowland, vice president; and Linda Long, secretary. — Tricia Hargrove Home Economics Council mem- bers listen to alumni speakers at a reception. Candy Mathers •.« * • ' -*■•!
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—Keeping in time with Music ^^ cxas Tech ' s nr Phi Mu Alpha -*- S i n f o n i a chapter, part of the world ' s largest professional music fraternity, doesn ' t make harsh demands of appli- cants — except that they like music. " There are really no qualifications, " said mem- ber Jeff Johnson. " All you have to do is have an inter- est in music. " Johnson said Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a professional fraternity for men in music. The organization ' s two major events during the 1984-85 school year were the Texas Tech Marching Percussion Festival in Sep- tember and the Texas Tech Joe Lobley and Hunt Smith pre- pare for the percussion festival. IPI? f^ f^ Jazz Festival in March. The percussion festival took place in the Hemmie Recital Hall, and area high school bands competed in the spring jazz festival. Johnson said the only non- area high school competing in the jazz festival was Fort Worth Eastern Hills High School. He said an important project " in the works " is a projected amphitheater that would be built outside the music hall. Johnson said Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is seeking university per- mission for construction of the amphitheater. Officers were Andy Sca- ly, president; Luis Hernan- dez, vice president; Alan Lambert, secretary- treasurer; and Hunt Smith, historian. — Camille Wheeler Luis Hemandez Alan Lambert Josephy Lobley Gabnel Nusella Patnck Paris David Pfeil Karl Race Julio Sanchez Jr. Andrew SeaJy Hum Smith Michael Wells ff Johnson moves equipment in the usic building. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia — 229
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Karen Rowland models her attire during a Home Economics Coun- cil reception for alums. VHETAT member Katrina Naff and Virginia Tompkins autograph a cookbook during Home Econo- mics Awareness Week. Proceeds went to VHETAT. Home Economics Council mem- bers had their reception in the Home Economics El Centro lobby. Darret Thomas Jane Holloway Marianne Holt Gail Hudgens Rebecca Kettler Knsten Leslie Caroline Mannock Leslie Rutter Alison Schraeder Leah Silen Bobbie Skaggs Kimberly Watson Elizabeth Wilde Home Economics Council — 231
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