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pChildren play outdoors ' Ole ' resident Gail Neel said Phi U p s i I o n Omicron ' s ' ' P roj e c t Ole " provides an outdoor learning experience for children. The ongoing project is connected with the child development department in the College of Home Eco- nomics. Neel said that so far, a playground comple te with a bicycle path and plants has been constructed outside the home econo- mics building. Neel said Phi Upsilon Omicron. the national hon- or society in home econo- mics, serves both Lubbock and Tech with service pro- jects. The society enjoyed quality speakers at its bi- monthly meetings. Jean Wallace. Tech ' s student legal counsel, spoke to the group about wills, and Steve Moore of the Wesley Foundation addressed the issue of ethics. Phi Upsilon Omicron celebrated Founder ' s Day with a salad supper. In connection with Tech ' s Carol of Lights ceremony, the society sold " Tech Lights Up My Life " buttons. To be a member, a stu- dent must maintain a 3.25 overall GPA and must have completed 12 hours in home economics and 48 tot- al hours. Officers were Neel, pres- ident; Lisa Odell, vice pres- ident; and Tamara Cowan, treasurer. — Camille Wheeler Enjoying good food and good friends. Donna Bell. Lee Ann Walker and Janice Jordan participate in the Founder ' s Day celebration. Uncovering a tasty fruit salad. Tina Sanders, president-elect, prepares for the Founder ' s Day salad supper. Alan Andrewi 240 — Phi Upsilon Omicron
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Choosing an assortment of canned foods, Alison Schraeder prepares boxes that were given to needy famihes in Lubboel during the Thanksgiving holidays. Tallying about the importance of nutrition, Carol Pietz leads a workshop as part of the conven- tion activities that took place in Lubbock. Student Dietetic Association — 239
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pRestauranthotel management seems to be Checking In o Only two years old, the Hospitality Management Society has grown to 125 members. The society is part of Tech ' s Restaurant and Hotel Management pro- gram. " Restaurant and Hotel Management is just growing so much because people are interested in it, " said Janna Foster, president. " The group has gone over well; it ' s not boring. " Chicago and New York definitely are not boring places. The society attended the National Many members and their dates en- joyed socializing during the Spring Dinner Dance. Rodney Markham HotelMotel Association Convention in New York and the National Restau- rant Association Conven- tion in Chicago. To promote the hospitali- ty management industry, the society catered a recep- tion for Home Economics Dean Elizabeth Haley. The society also sponsored several receptions for home economics professors. The Christmas Formal featured dinner, dancing and the recognition of grad- uating seniors. All restau- rant and hotel management faculty and students were invited. The Spring Dinner Dance Enjoying the festivities, many members and guests celebrate dur- ing the Spring Awards Banquet. featured a " casino night " theme and the recognition of May graduates. At meetings, the society listens to speakers from the hospitality management in- dustry such as chefs and restaurant owners. One 1984-85 speaker was Todd McCabe, owner of the Laughing Stock comedy club. Officers were Foster, president; Julie Pierce, vice president; Angelique Wade, secretary; and Charles Spellman, treasur- er. — Ccimille Wheeler After satisfying his palate. Barry Giles attends the Hospitality Man- agement Society awards banquet. Rodney Markham Sue Sandidge Rod Scanne Andrea Stidham Kalhryn Siranz Amanda Siraughan Wendy Swindell Hospitality Management Society — 241
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