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wrm Ii hi ati miMMa wiiippwiiMppiiiHiMi iiiiiimifcaiiii "" " - -yi riffl TTHtit " - -- - - - -- -y f f -m rtitttil riiii km i mm in, m iiihiMiim im i ra J Vol. 6 No. 15 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVO February 6, 1978 Governance Passes The governence of Utah Technical College, long an issue for the school, has been resolved in the last session of the Utah State legislature. UTCP and UTCSL are both now under the governence of the Board of Regents. Senate Bill 53 also provides UTC with an Institutional Council similar to the other colleges in the state. "In essence, the new bill legitimizes us. We are no longer the embassment of the school system. We are no longer hidden in the back room like a retarded child." commented Lori Hart, studentbody vice-president. Lundell and Graves Garner Awards at State Deca Meet Two marketing-management students from the UTCP won state honors this week in competition at Salt Lake City, according to Lindon Parks, faculty advisor to DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) here at UTC. 1 Brent Lundell and Ann Graves, high honors for DECA. Both competition at Salt Lake City. Bill in Legislature Miss Hart was involved from the beginning with other members of the student council in the passing of Senate Bill 53. Among other things, she sent out approximately 104 letters to congress men telling them about Senate Bill 53 and urging them to vote for it. She and other members of the student council attended the sessions held on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. When the bill was passed she related the feelings of the student council. "We started congratulating everyone around us, and stepped out of the house chambers. Then we started screaming and jumping up and down. I Brent Lundell, Utah State DECA president, won first place in the men's competition for conducting sales manager meetings, and Ann Graves, Secretary of UTCP DECA Chapter, competed in the women's division of the same pictured here, recently received participated in a state DECA was bawling and laughing and screaming so hard I couldn't tell which!" she described. '"now all we have to do is wait for the govenor's signature. The bill will become effective on July 1." she explained. '"hopefully the new bill will help with the transfer of credits. It should help in the general education issue. Hopefully we can get a little more money than we've gotten before." she predicted. "We will still have problems. But it will eliminate some of the more pressing problems plaguing us." she finished. category and achieved second place in overall scores for both men and women. The occasion was the annual "Hi-Institute of Selling" for students in marketing and distributive education on both the junior college and high school levels. It was sponsored by the Utah Chapter of the Sales and Marketing Executives Association in cooperation with DECA. Some of the schools participating were Utah State, Weber, UTCSLC, CEU and other junior colleges throughout the state of Utah. Sweetheartgrams Sold to Students Lambda Delta Sigma, a sorority sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be sponsoring a booth selling Sweetheartgrams on February 7th, 8th and 9th between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. The booth will be set up in three locations: the main foyer of the Business Building at the Orem Campus, the main hall in the old campus and at the new Institute building in Orem. A Sweetheartgram, according to Janetta Loftus, representative of the sorority, is a decorated heart-shaped cookie with the name of a person on it. It Members of the student council express Joy after the passing of the governance bill which puts UTCP under the direction of the Board of Regents. Tamcla Thomas, secretary; Lori Hart, studentbody vice-president; and Dennis Cowden, public relations vice-president lobbied for three days. will be accompanied by a telegram message. The Sweetheartgram will be delivered on Valentine's Day to the class that the person will be in. Also, decorated cookies may be picked up on Valentine's Day for people not attending class. College Keeps Utah Technical College will not change its name until the next legislative session, according to Lori Hart, studentbody vice-presidesnt. Miss Hart revealed that the egislators proposed changing vl Finalists Chosen The finalists for the King and Queen of the Sweetheart have been announced. For the Queen's position the finalists were: Patricia Gale, Tammy Soresen, Mona La due, and Terri Brown. And for the King's position the finalists were: Gary Tol-man. Parley Johnson, Paul Dil-lenbeck, and John Call. Voting for the final choice of King and Queen will be from Feb. 6 (Mon) to Feb. 8(Wed), at the Student Center and Information Office on the Provo campus. Same Name the name to Central Utah Technical College (CUT-Tech). Several members of the student council indicated to Senator Dean that they would not accept the name, and he killed the proposal. Position Killed Student council members decided at a recent student council meeting not to replace Ellen Cowden as SocialVice-president. Mrs. Cowden resigned from that position earlier this term. "It involves a lot of responsibility. It took Ellen three months to get the hang of the office and know how everything went so she could handle it," explained Lori Hart, STUDENT COUNCIL Vice-president. "With the socialvice-president, there are a lot of tricky procedures in contracting with movies and bands, and if we put a new social vice-president in, it would be the end of winter quarter before he or she really knew what was going on," Miss Hart said. Miss Hart indicated that Tamala Thomas, student council secretary, will be handling most of the social vice-president's activities.
|Description||Tradewinds was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo, between 1971-12-14 and 1984-11-15.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Technical College at Provo--History; Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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