By William Doheny
Gbaby Wilkes brings the heat to the winter
SLAB watch with his 2007 Volkswagon Eos.
Wilkinson’s under the radar SLAB displays the
wonder of German engineering.
“The twin turbo really gives it that extra umph
so when something goes sour I can get outta
With its convertible roof and sleek body work
the Eos is an inconspicuous winter SLAB.
Wood’s 2003 Ford F-150, is one of the biggest
SLABs on campus.
It boasts a six inch lift with 35 inch Toyo open
country mud terrain tires.
“I love my truck,” Wood said. “I like to look at
other cars and how small they are, and that
makes me feel good”.
Wood’s truck is an impressive specimen and it
probably gets him a ton of girls. The toolbox is
the best accessory for stashing his tools just in case his car gets stuck in the mud or if he needs to do
help fix some babe’s car on the side of the road.
SLABs come in all shapes and sizes.
Fine Arts Dean Mike Nebel’s kayak is a real
He can be seen showing Buffalo Bayou who is
boss on a regular basis.
“When I retired from public school teaching I
wanted to relax, so I bought a kayak so I could
take on the biggest rapids I could find,” Nebel
In short Nebel has the manliest SLAB on campus.
Sophomore Cameron Alo drives a brand new
The Hoe which is the LTZ version is definitely
one of the nicest SLABs on campus.
Even though it costs a lot, Alo’s Tahoe is not
really recognized as an over the top SLAB.
Alo’s ride is decked out with everything: heated
seats, navigation, leather and all the other
extras that come with a car that costs more
than some people make in a year.
“She don’t play around,” Dworak said when
asked about his SLAB.
The Mazdaratti is really a jack of all trades, it
shines on any terrain, it outclasses many other
vehicles, and it can hold its own on the track.
In celebration of the holiday season Dworak
has attached some reindeer antlers to his
vehicle. “I just keep it way too real. The fuzz
can’t handle the Mazdaratti’s swag,” Dworak