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1M0 Mill 1MB UtiO IBitt8ii& -itm; Wnmmym mMM$WJ ?p: itm- Mtrm UTAH VALLEY STATE COLLEGE ffllMO mrmn n wm www n in M MM EL BUEN PANO EN EL ARCASE VENDE DM immi By Ephraim K. Amou-Berry i'lfns Stuff The Intermountain Health Care, donated $25,000 to the department of nursing at the Utah Valley State College for faculty development, said a faculty member, Gaya Carlton, professor of nursing last Thursday. IHC's October donation will financially assist the staff. "As a group, the faculty and I decided that we will set this into a faculty development account. That means, it will draw interest over K38IBE Opinions The word: ecumenical. The number: 3 The quote: intellect. Educate and energize yourself with today's daily doses. They'll uplift you. They'll fill your soul with warmth and spirit. They'll drive you to tears. Read 'em. Sports The men's basketball team kicked off their first season of Division I play this past week, with a home game against the fighting Owls of Kennesaw State University. UVXNews V.'; . ' t ' 't ' : - 7" , :..t . ' i r- , ----- i - , rr' l i ;., . - - - . - t f ' , - W -" 1 " : ' . ' - . - - -' """" i ;' x -4 j Matt Eastin i -,t. , Keep an eye on the televi sions around campus to catch a glimpse of UVX News and UV Sports Zone. These two shows are produced and run by students like you and Matt. Weather MONDAY: 0-YV. Mostly Cloudy VX High 33 Low 27 L TUESDAY: Snow Showers High 37 Low 19 WEDNESDAY: Partly Cloudy High 42 Low3lc Print. Video. Wf.b. Lifk. Regardless of your media preference, NelXNews is there. Get the news that drives you (v NetXNews.net. our daily broadcast, or right here at The College Times. Accuracy Integrity Excellence iiet' riEv, JQ years, and faculty can apply to use this money for number of projects," Dr. Alene Harrison, the associate dean and director of the nursing department, said. Members of the UVSC nursing faculty said they feel very exited about this donation that will help for its improvement, knowledge and teaching, said Suzette Farmer, associate professor at the department. IHC has helped and supported the UVSC nursing program for V"iW . V nun mini m,w i urn.!' " - .... wg - 1 - " , . , , - y 1 Receiving complaints from companies can cause the school's IT Dept. to crack down on those who are actively file sharing. UVSC has set up a file sharing warning policy to prevent students from illegally sharing. Dealing with illegal student file sharing brought on by the RIAA By Collin Lucke .tet.Ni'HsSlall ffi "We do not actively try to prevent people from sharing files," said Ray Walker, Assistant Vice President of Information TechnologyCIO at Utah Valley State College, "however we are required to respond to the complaints and remove the offending program or computer from our network." The complaints Walker referred to are given to the school by other parties who do monitor for illegal file sharing. "We receive an e-mail from organizations and companies telling us that therq is a violator on our campus network," Walker said. "They supply us with the information HSIDE Check out this week's Last real Christmas tree now stands inside canitol building Associated Press It took Capitol facilities manager Joe Ligori and 34 others Friday to raise a 38-foot blue spruce by ropes inside the Capitol - the last holiday tree that will grace the rotunda until at least 2007. The Capitol will be emptied for four years starting next July for $200 million in renovations. Once the work is finished, more stringent fire codes could make it too costly to keep a real tree inside the Capitol for the holidays, though that decision has yet to be made. ! MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2003 to il sometimes now. It helped purchase equipment for the nursing lab when the bachelor's program started. IHC also sponsored special groups of students coming through the program, and supported the students by offering the use of its facilities, Harrison said. "There are other ways the IHC's wonderful gift can benefit the faculty," Harrison said. The faculty members who want to go for a "IHC" continued on pg. 3 SPICIfll RIPOBT fLES!flsiG insure scare SCMCf) Mown CnKM 'jtmrKT, t V JMSft- f bow- ANY ) f Links for downloading and sharing music are still accessible even after RIAA subpoenas. regarding which computer and part of the network is being used and we can then try to identify who is the violator." The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), the lareest organization acainst news briefs pg. 3 Find out what is happening this week on campus pg. 2 Capitol workers had to remove two pairs of double doors from the frame to squeeze the bundled tree inside the building. One of the largest trees ever brought to the Capitol, it had to be cut from the bottom to 32 feet in height so it wouldn't hit the rotunda's chandelier. The tree measures 20 feet wide with branches at the bottom. "It's perfectly rounded, one of the real nice ones we've had in a long time, and the first one we got out of Orcm," Ligori said of the blue spruce, Utah's state tree. The thirsty tree, mounted inside a cut . f the online sharing of music files (MP3s), has not yet reported a violation or subpoenaed the school for user information, ". . .but this could happen and we would have to respond. This has happened to other colleges across the nation," said Walker. "The use of programs such as KAZAA, Morpheus, Gnutella, LimeWire, BareShare, Emule and iMesh that are used to download music, movies, and games are not appropriate use of the UVSC and UEN network," states the "Violation of File Sharing Policy: First Warning" form that a violator receives upon a primary violation. Once received, the violator's network account is suspended until the form is signed and "Downloads" continued on P9. 3 off 50-gallon drum, is drinking 20 gallons of water a day at the outset. Workers were preparing Friday afternoon to spray 30 gallons of fireproofing on the tree. They'll let it dry over the weekend, then spend three days stringing 10,000 lights on the tree and adding ornaments. The Capitol doesn't have to look for holiday trees. Every year it gets offers to take outgrown trees and each September, Ligori and his crews choose from 50 trees, on average, for the they'll hoist inside the Capitol. VOLUME 32 ISSUE 36 1 Intermountain Health care, which has been supporting and helping the UVSC nursing program for sometime now, donates an additional $25,000. amie TeerlinkNetXNews Couple jailed for selling stolen items on E-nay Associated Press A Salt Lake County couple have been charged in connection with a theft ring that sold stolen items on the online auction site eBay. Nhuam Ahn Lam, 36. and Vickie T. Le, 33, were each charged in 3rd District Court with theft by receiving stolen property, asecond-degree felony, and one third-degree felony count of the same charge. Lam was also charged with possession of a forged writing, a third-degree felony. Police served a search warrant Nov. 12 on the couple's West Jordan residence and found 248 stolen items, charges stated. The items included a rifle stolen during a home burglar)', a $2,400 paint ball gun and equipment bag, a counterfeit $20 bill and a rifle with the ID number removed, according to charges. Lam was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail Nov. 12 and released Thursday, jail records say. Le had not been booked into jail in connection with the charges as of Thursday night. The investigation began Oct. 16 after a Midvale man reported stolen his $2,500 paint ball gun, one of only a handful ever made. The man engraved his name on his weapon, which turned up in an eBay auction. Investigators made arrangements for anout-of-state decoy to offer the high bid and get billing information, which allowed police to execute a search warrant at a West Jordan house. "E-bay" continued on PS. 3 i '' ' t i. - - ' ' far one The blue spruce stands in the Capitol s rotunda. Crews will decorate the tree with orna- ments and more than 10,000 lights.
|Title||UVSC College Times, 2003-11-24|
|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, 2003-11-24|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|