University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma - Argus Yearbook (Chickasha, OK)

 - Class of 1979

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"NN ullllht rf' W y A If you had one thing you would not part with, no matter what the circumstances, what would it be? For students, that was an important decision because of the linnted space in the dorna roonas Tanya VVhheHehi brought her dog to protect her and keep her company on dark nights. Debbie Hodges' security blanket is her trusty Pentax which she never seems to be without. For Paul Fenwick, well, Paul has this attachment to his Christmas tree. You never can tell about Paul. CLOSET

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For first time freshmen, starting anew can sometimes be a problem. But students at USAO seem to have overcome it through various activities in which they engage. Stacy Davis arrived in Chickasha from California accompanied by a flair for the dramatic and an inclination to pose for photographers. Jon Hines decided that team- work was a way to meet people. so he played intramural football. Christi Curtis, a member of the infamous paint party, managed to help white-wash a few people along with the walls of Droveris Den.



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Qpinlon 65 fu. ., aw l"w? " - ., 1 fi 5 Question: Has USAO helped you recognize yourself as an individual? Yes, I feel USAO's contributed a lot to my sense of self-worth. When I first came to the university I didn't know who I was, why I was here, and what I wanted out of the future. Ever since then Iive been learning and growing. I was amazed to find that the people are friendly and are willing to help anyone. I especially give credit to members of the faculty for helping me see that I AM a worthy person. These particular people have helped me so much and I hope that eventually, Iwill be able to pay them back in return for everything they have done for me! Kit Andruss Question: Do you feel people accept you for what you are? Due to my experience as a USAO Student Senator H977-7811 believe people accept me for what I am, because I was the only foreign student serving in the Senate then. Personally speaking, I really enjoy working and mixing with people no matter where they come from as long as they take me for what I am. During the term of my office as a Senator, I was appointed as the chairperson of the Finance Committee, which I believe was due to my own little contribution towards the betterment of the school. I also believe that all of the other members of the Student Senate never looked down on me because I was a foreign student, which was a great surprise to me. What I heard before my appointment was just too different from what I personally experienced. We all worked together as one without any discrimination. We all took ourselves for what we were. It was this encouragement that made me run again for election. Although I lost the election, I don't feel too bad about it and I will definitely run again next year. I enjoyed being in the Senate. At the present, I am a member of the Residence Hall Council, and I feel accepted there too. Another experience of mine occurred during our Mini-Olympics which I took part in. At first I felt discouraged to get involved because there was no other foreign students there, but I made up my mind and invited some other foreign students like me to take part. Fortunately for us we won prizes! I won two prizes which was an accomplishment to me. Frankly speaking, I am welcome wherever I go on campus. All of the instructors I have had so far accept me for what I am which helps encourage my progress. I think the best way to know what other people think about you is to become closer to them, not by assuming what they think, which is just classic. Ani-Bee Question: Has USAO helped you recognize yourself as an individual? Definitely, USAO has helped me in recog- nizing myself as an individual in relation to other members of society through the various courses of instruction I have taken this first trimester. I am a business major and have found that the business courses I have taken as well as IDS courses offer exposure to the specific requirements I will need in the business pro- fession as well as insight into my own personal worth. By the same token, USAO has aided in Hawakeningi' me to the importance of be- coming more confident in many areas. I might also add that USAO has enlightened my interest in many other areas besides business. It has created some questions in my mind as tc additional career areas because USAO instruc- tors have made other areas of learning ir different fields equally important. Virginia Warner

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