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II I 1 a A . I I All k. A. -A. A. X I I S. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVOOREM Volume 11 Number 1 September 27, 1982 Bus Service Begins Setweeaa Csssipuses A student bus service between Provo and Orem campus will be put into effect Monday, September 27, the first day of the new school year. Owned and operated by Ken Norris of Orem, the service will begin at Provo campus, 6:40 a.m. and continue thoughout the school day until the last departure from Provo campus at 12:40 p.m. The prepaid fare will be $.35 one way, $.60 round trip, with $2.40 for 10 single trips and 5.00 for 23. Norris said that this service will not only benefit those who have no other form of transportation, but also those who have problems finding parking space when they commute between the two campuses, He added that the new bus service will be flexible in order to facilitate student needs and he is open to suggestions which will give the best service. For further information, contact the Information Center Desk at the Student Center, extension 244 and 245. Bus Schedule Orem Campus Provo Campus ARRIVAL ARRIVAL 7AM 7:30AM 8AM 8:30AM 9AM 9:30AM 10AM 10:30AM 11AM 11:30AM 12PM 12:30PM DEPARTURE DEPARTURE 7:10AM 6:40AM 8:10AM 7:40AM 9:10AM 8:40AM 10:10AM 9:40AM 11:10AM 10:40AM 12:10PM 11:40AM 12:40PM Schedule of Events DATE September 23-26 September 24 September 29 October 1 & 2 October 1 October 1 & 2 October 2 October 18-22 October 19 October 20 October 21 October 27 October 29 November 16-17 November 19 November 23 December 6 December 6-10 January 7 January 21 February 4 February 9 February 14 March 4 March 25 April 19 April 22 April 29-29 May (sometime In May) May 5 May 25 May 25 EVENT KEYY Carnival (Food Booth) Parking Lot Dance - Provo Gator Party (Free Lunch) Rodeo Rodeo Dance Food Booth (at Rodeo) Barbecue (afternoon) Der Hunter's Week Satety Seminar (Deer Hunt) Deer Hunter's Ball Deer Hunt Widow's Movie Blood Drive All Night Movies (Halloween) Miss UTC Pageant Dinner-Dance Pumpkin Pie Gives-Way Christmas Family Night Arts and Crafts Fair Gator Toga Party Ski Party Let's Get Ugly Dance Blood Drive Sweetheart's Dinner Dance Tubing Party Dinner Theater Hypnotist Dance Trades Week Circus Achievement Awards, Inauguration Mud Bowl End of Year Dance V ' , c ymrxw'X A 90 passenger school-type bus began shuttling students between the Orem and Provo campuses today. The bus will run dally and hourly and is being sponsored by Ken Norris. Photo by Steve Robinson. Gymnasium Construction Starts Construction of the gymnasium complex will begin soon, with bids going out by the end of October. The 25,000 ft. complex, which is financed with private funds, will have a unique design which will meet the needs of the college and maintain costs within the framework of available financing. Located in the north west section of the campus, near the baseball diamond and the Pioneer House, the expansion will be an innovative, fully equipped construction, designed for all areas of athletic activities. The gymnasium will contain a basketball court, large multi-purpose area for badmitten, wrestling, men and women's showers, rooms for lockers, uniforms and athletes training classes, faculty offices and a conference room. Projected completion will be this spring. The large complex is designed by the architectual firm of Fowler, Ferguson, Kingston and Ruben, S.L.C. They also designed the first phases of the Student Center, the Automotive building and the LRC. A' : Vince Miner, UTC Basketball Coach, eagerly looks forward to the construction of the new gym northwest of the Student Center. Photo by Steve Robinson.
|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;|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|