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— Rushees compete with Styl he Fashion Board at Tech is an organiza- tion of people interested in modern fashion and design. Like many other organiza- tions on campus, pledges must go through rush to be- come members. But, according to some, it is more difficult to become a member of the Fashion Board than any other orga- nization. Pledge Maria Chua said Fashion Board is an orga- nization that projects pre- stige onto its members. Being a part of the orga- nization can create many benefits for a student, she said. " Like most people in Fashion Board, Lm in- terested in becoming famil- iar with future merchants and other people interested in fashion design. " Chua said. " Style shows work up our confidence to present ourselves in front of peo- ple. " One aspect of Fashion Board that possibly leads people to believe the orga- nization is difficult to get into is the two-to-three- week rush candidates must go through, Chua said. She said that amount of time is needed to screen and make final decisions on the candi- dates. Last year more than 400 candidates went through rush, but only 54 were chosen as pledges. Whatever the season. Fashion Board, headed by president Kim Kramer, vice president Tony Kram- er and style show chairman Karen Brown, seems to be an elite organization. And through careful selection of pledges. Fashion Board members strive to maintain the reputation they have obtained as a quality orga- nization on the Tech campus. — Dianne Bippert Mark Maniacal ^ Fashion Board is much more than ~ glamour and high fashion, as J pledges Kristine Kendrick and S Brenda Crow discover. Pledges ■^ had a car window wash to raise = money for their pledge retreat. Modeling in the Christmas fashion show, Michele Peschel displays talents she has refined through Fashion Board involvement. 236 — Fashion Board
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—Home Economics Recruiters he Home Economics Recruiters ' " blood runs red and black, " said Dr. Gail House, sponsor. According to House, the organization was established in January 1983, with its main purpose being recruitment of stu- dents primarily for Texas Tech and also for the Col- lege of Home Economics. " They are the goodwill ambassadors for the col- lege, " said House. Tech ' s College of Home Economics has had an en- rollment increase the past two years, and based on en- rollment figures, Tech is ranked sixth in the nation. " It ' s a good feeling when the enrollment increases because of the Recruiters ' work, " said Pat Donovan, president. The Recruiters promote Tech and its opportunities related to home economics in various ways, from pre- The Recruiters show their Tech splint in the homecoming parade. Hi til ippg (fc 1^ .^ -^ Can Abbot Bethann Beil Donna Bell Eadie Bradford Jon Brown Gregory Cox Debra Hart Ursula Henning Jane Hollowa Rebecca Kettier Wanda Lange Caroline Mannock Bobbie Skaggs Delia Torres Rochelle White . > ,^j Teresa WUlhelm ' 1^ ^ Julie Young senting slide shows to high school students to traveling to the state fair in Dallas to recruit leaders who will be assets to Texas Tech. Academic excellence, leadership qualities and the ability to relate well to people are weighed careful- ly in the selection of Re- cruiters. House estimates that the Recruiters contribute 11,000 service hours to Tech and the College of Home Economics during the course of any school year. Why be a Recruiter? " I enjoy helping other students develop their pro- fessional abilities while I also develop my own, ' ' said Rebruiter Jill Pronger. Officers last year were Donovan, president; Bob- bie Skaggs, vice president; Eadie Bradford, secretary; and Lisa Sherman, public relations chairman. — Tricia Hargrove Andra Draper Cynthia Elliot Jane Franklin Lynette Friemel Barry Giles Melissa McFadden Terri Pennington Jill Pronger Shan Rogers Lisa Sherman l. ' i i Home Economics Recruiters — 235
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Teresa Pritchard and Mark Mur- Katherine Bailey and Eltonett phy have a dart shootout at the Dugas pose at a Fashion Board Fashion Board Christmas Formal. Little Brother rush party. Susan AJbnght Kimberly Allison Celeste Anselml Calhenne Baen Berkely Bamaud Kelly Barnes Shen Barrett Lynn Blodgeit Baron Brownlee Terne Cable Doyle Caify Eddy Carrasco Vickie Carrasco Shanny Christian Maria Chua Laune Comer Kim Cramer Toni Cramer Brenda Crow JuUe Crump Cynthia Elliot Becky Eubanks Kimberly Gordon David Hall Denise Hardm Kimblyne Henry Mananne Holt Jimmy Hudgens Tern Kallish Knstine Kendrick Karen Kenny Julie Koesling Andrea Lamb Andrea Lash Betsy Leatherwood Larry Light Linda Long Mary Jo Lund John Manglberger Caroline Mannock Melodie Matthews Kim McGmms Martha Menzies Lisa Miller Mike Miller Kathy Moorhead Valene Nail Misty Neely Chen Nivens Kevin Noble Shannon OQumn Sheliey OQuinn Tonya Orebo Shannon Parker Karla Perrv Kan Peters Bentlev Pollard Julie Reid Sue Sandidge Cynthia Slillwell Fashion Board — 237
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