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ITRADEWIND Volume 6 No. 4 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE IN PROVO October 14, 1977 Gitfy Starting October 17, constant patrol of the parking areas on both campuses will be made. All parking areas are designated by specific signs, and vehicles using these areas must display a parking permit. Motorcycles, bicycles and other similar vehicles have specific parking areas. These vehicles must display a parking permit. Vechicles not displaying a parking permit will be issued a warning violation ticket. Second violations will result in impoundment of the vehicle. Fines will be imposed on tickets issued for parking and traffic violations. Non-moving violation fines are $2.50 and the fine will double if not paid within seven days. Fines can be paid in the business office. Vehicles will be impounded without warning at the owner's expense if they create a traffic or safety hazard. Vechicles parked in non-designated areas will also be impounded. Some of these non-designated areas include the grass, sidewalk, etc. The usual fee for towing is $25, of which the school receives no profit. For information on places where a vehicle is taken when towed, contact the Public Safety office. Some steps have been made by the Public Safety office to alleviate the parking problem here at UTC-P. The BYU West Stadium parking lot has been added to the current parking facilities to take care of the overflow of parking in Provo. Eric Frame, director of Public Safety, is having 2,000 flyers printed up and distributed throughout the school in a further attempt to curb the parking problem. Previously, there had been a problem with Riviera and Pine View tenants using. Drop in Enrollment by Jon Cameron There has been a concern among school administrators and staff over the fact this fall's registration is lower in number than figures indicating last fall's registration. Mable Olson, head of registration stated that there are varying opinions as to the reasons for this decline in student numbers, but she attributed the cause to a few simple reasons. She first stated there are only about one third of the number of veterans this quarter as there were last year. This is due to recent legislation cutting back (tabs UTC-P parking areas. Mr. Frame said these problems have been solved through negotiations with the two apartment complexes. There have been some minor changes in the parking policy since it was printed this fall. They are as follows: 200.09 Permit Cost: a) The cost of annual Parking Permits will be announced each school year. b) New students beginning the Spring Quarter may purchase Parking Permits on a prorate basis. c) A fee may be charged for each Temporary Permit issued. d) An individual possessing a current Parking Permit, who sells or transfers the vehicle, may obtain a new permit in exchange for the old and paying a reduced fee. e) Employees and students who are employed or registered solely with the Division of Continuing Education will pay no fee for their permit. 500.01 Powers: The traffic appeals committee has the right to levy or Oktoberfest Events Continue Friday Oktoberfest activities will continue today from 12 noon to 5 p.m. in the Wilson S. Sorensen Student Center, on the Orem Campus. Most of the clubs on campus will be participating with demonstrations, games, activities, and auctions. Oktoberfest is one of the main fund raisers for the clubs. Some of the activities include Karate demonstrations, arts and crafts, German on veteran's benefits as well as a tightening up of school policy on current veteran's programs. She added that the recent good weather may have caused some potential students to have remained working longer into the year. Mrs. Olson observed that last year, two weeks later into the school year, the number registered was about 3,881 students. This year at the time of this interview, she estimated the number to be around 3,267 students. She affirmed that this number would probably increase as the quarter progresses. C3o s withdraw fines and suspend parking privileges. a) The hearings of the Traffic Appeals Committee shall be hearings of record. b) The Committee may set the time and place of its hearings. At no time, however, shall the Committee meet less than once a month. c) One appeal is enough to activiate an appeals hearing. d) The Traffic Appeals Committee may make policy recommendations regarding safety matters to the Department of Public Safety and-or the President. Also, please disregard pages 8 and 25 in the 1977-78 Fall Class Schedule as well as page F and 6 in the Continuing Education and Extended Day Fall 1977 schedule, concerning automobile registration. Due to problems in the past, the Public Safety office is going to be strict and straightforward with offenders. There will be no exceptions for improper parking. Hopefully, this word to the wise will prevent many expensive fines. foods, and old German dances.One of the more thrilling games for the students is called the sponge throw. A student will be able to throw a wet sponge at a teacher three times for 25 cents. Tame ducks have been captured for another game. ' The ducks will try to stay stationary while a student throws rings around it's neck. There will also be a palm reader and crainology student for fortune telling. The Gong show is one of the highlights of the Oktoberfest. Little can be said about this event, except that it costs 25 cents. All students and faculty are invited to participate in the activities. Oktoberfest activities will conclude with a dance. It will be held at the Student Center at 8:30. The charge will be $1.50 per person. Meal Tickets Meal tickets are now available through the food services at both campuses. A student can buy a quarterly meal ticket, or a weekly ticket. l$rH469 i : I I Parking has been a headache to students, faculty, and security in the past. With more parking facilities and a tighter parking policy Eric Frame's office hopes to curb this problem. Linda Stubbs Selected as New Cultural Vice-President Out with the old and in with the new! A short time ago Ingrid Logan resigned her position as Cultural Vice-president of the school, due to her heavy work and school load. Now a new Cultural Vice-president has been selected to take her place. She is Linda Stubbs, a second year Psychiatric Aide student. She's worked extensively with the student council last year, and as Layout Editor of Tradewinds. Miss Stubbs position will include working with the overall activities of the school. She will be a member of the activities committee, and will 'help plan activities on campus.Miss Stubbs will also be involved with planning events for the minorities. She will work closely with Carroll Reid, Assistant Dean of Students, planning activities for women. Miss Stubbs feels that her main responsibility is to bring the fine arts to Utah Technical College. She expressed enthusiasm for her new position. "It's what I like, fine arts. I think 3v it's going to be a great year," she said. After Ingrid Logan resigned as Cultural Vice-president, the student council asked for applications for the position. Two people applied, and after interviews with the student council, Linda was selected. "I am totally impressed with all her energy. It was just obvious that she is a fireball of energy," said Laurie Hart, student body vice president. "She has a great deal of experience in the student government. I am totally thrilled to have her on the council with us." she finished.
|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|