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The hall of flags (more commonly referred to as "the catwalk") is the longest chair studded hallway at UVSC, which gives students ample space to study, sleep, or gawk. Each flag that hangs in the hallway represents students from different countries that have attended UVSC. " " j K'O'V' 1 1 . - ; I i ,iiJ r 1 !:. Oftentimes, school can seem like one long journey clogged with dubious general requirements and self doubt. Hallways and classrooms filled with students and overpriced books that propel us towards that proverbial silver lining, the darkness before the dawn, the elusive light at the end of the tunnel.. .Graduation. ! i - ... ,. I II .1 I. Disney finally came out with another winner, WB teens became bonified stars, and Will Smith's winning streak came to a screeching halt. Never in the history of movies has there been a summer quite like this. Sleeper indie films broke the $100 million mark, while a few super-hyped movies struggled to cover costs. r Wme ofMMislleMs to r 1 r f Since its early beginnings as a small technical college, UVSC has seen unprecedented growth to become one of the largest educational intstiutions in Utah, and by far one of the most popular. Come fall semester, a wave of students will flood the grounds. Students from around the country flock to Utah Valley to attend UVSC's sprawling campus, tucked in the heart of the Wasatch front and encircled by the magestic cascades of the Rocky mountains. This fall, an astounding 20,000 students are registered to attend UVSC. 20,000 people scheduled to fill the halls, parking lots and classrooms of our cozy little campus. UVSC is on the cuffing edge of education. It is continually expanding and upgrading to keep up with the growing demand of persons such as yourself looking to further enlighten their minds by way of higher education. Not one to be left behind, we here at The College Times have taken a few giant leaps forward to provide the students of UVSC the highest quality of news production.This year The College Times has joined forces with UVX News and the new ly revamped online services to bring you Net X News, your key to keeping informed about campus events, as well as breaking news around the world. This unique form of integrated news production is seen exclusively in Utah Valley, with BYU being the only other educational facility to utilize the program. This issue marks the first fall orientation with all three entities combined. Net X News would like to introduce you to the new www.thccollcgetimes.com. The web is the central focus of our news system and is on the verge of completion. By accessing our web page you will be able to access all articles printed in The College Times newspaper and will be able to download each UVX News broadcast. The web, print, and broadcast is exclusively produced by UVSC students. This is our inaugural year and scheduled completion of the merger is Oct. 1, ))). Keel free to visit us often at www.fliecollcgetimes.com. and we welcome any feedback you might have to offer. The College Times, which has received top honors nationwide, will continue to publish weekly and can be obtained at new-stands across campus. UVX News will be broadcast every Wednesday and replayed on tape delay everyday throughout the year. We are proud to be a part of the growing standard of excellence here at UVSC and hope that students will not hesitate to utilize our letter to the editor policy and let us know how you feel. Welcome to Utah; welcome to UVSC; and welcome to a brand new school year ripe with enthusiasm as we approach the brink of the millennial.
|Title||UVSC College Times, 1999-08-25|
|Description||UVSC College Times was the student newspaper for Utah Valley State College from July 07, 1993 to June 2, 2008|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Valley State College--History; Utah Valley University--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
|Source||The College Times, 1999-08-25|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|