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Vol. 7 No. 24 i utc. Po.ii Lot g tMn' vim Jv 5- I ji . II r i r DfrvO Soelion Cufb TroriJtton 1, O J (SI. 0o No 005) r1 s I '' .i i SM U Dor ShL Dwf. No 615-1, zj , , i 1 i iljj " UM Tyo V Curb ond I - , , , , . ; : E,I0e, , Elil i "i III c. n,. o. , i i "k ; io b. do,. 7 ; ;; j y- e. l u HW Lino ' I 10 I J I UA Um . I j A 5--'.ii Cf., . ftX A. I UNIVERSITY " i '' ''"J AVENUE "-",, "f Chain Link Fence , - J J. S , ( M bt fiemoved . . jConil. Rojd Medion j - a' . . ' , . -hwi Mtdion j PQ'"trt Crotiwolfc lp bo Removed j tUw Crotiwotm Lower Manhole e Grade Con I Roiled Median -?v - - r-'-WiTO-riiSz i .T L ' i. I! -CWM M --jJ "" t. CM. U.I Fn-j RW Lio.7 ' l VT L" L'"' Conilrucl ComtMnottoo 1 Curb.Gutter. S.dewo 1 8en LA Li (17 67) F 019-1(7) V UTC Pork.ng Lo. Z- d Bom.r S Crosswalk Plans Unfold for Campus By Paul R. Berganst The pedestrian crossing at the Provo campus, that crosses University Avenue has been the subject of controversy and concern for over two years. Chief of Police for UTC, Eric Frame, originally requested a pedestrian overpass. In talking with City Engineer, Jack Zerbes Tradewinds learned that reconstruction of the entire intersection will get underway this spring and according to Zerbes should be completed by mid-June. The new intersection will provide ample room for Dr. Jacobson to be Forum Speaker Dr. Phyllis Jacobson will be the Forum speaker at the Institute of Religion on April 11 at 8p.m. The event will be held at the Orem Institute Building. Dr. Jacobson is currently Chairman of the Brigham Young University Department of Physical Education for Women. Her educational background includes B.S. and M.S. degrees from Utah State University, graduate study at Pennsylvania State University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Utah. Dr. Jacobson taught physical education on the elementary and secondary levels before coming to Brigham Young University in 1957. At Byu, she has taught in the elementary and secondary physical education programs, served as an archery, skiing and golf coach, and has been instru UTAH traffic to turn on to 1450 North. The plans call for closing the current to the UTC Provo Campus and construct a new entrance opposite of 1450 North. A sidewalk will be added to both sides of University Ave. Provo City hasn't made any plans for a light at this intersection. According to a city spokesman, the state of Utah is responsible for the signal. Chief Frame expressed his disappointment with regards to the delay of the signal. Other traffic and safety hazards currently affecting UTC ProvoOrem is the mental in the teaching, structuring and revising of the women's physical education teacher preparation program. While serving as instructor, coach, and Department Chairman, she has also managed to keep professionally involved as a member in many state, regional and national professional organizations, serving as President of the Utah Association of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Chairman of Elementary Physical Education of the Southwest District of the American Association of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Membership Chairman and Committee Member for the Western Society for Physical Education of College Women. Cont. page 3 TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVO entrance to the Orem campus. Chief Frame indicated that there is currently an average of approximately two accidents per month. This, in addition to the immense traffic flow, has given warrant for a traffic signal. Put Off With the safety of the students being great concern for the Police Chief, Eric Frame, he indicated his concern that this intersection might not receive the attention needed. He pointed out that the State could take up to five years before a light could be placed into operation. Enrollment The Utah State Board of Regents recently learned that all full-time Utah colleges had an enrollment decline in the winter quarter under the previous fall, but Utah Technical College at Provo and Orem had the smallest of any, Utah Tech President Wilson W. Soren-sen pointed out today. Enrolment at Utah Technical College at Provo and Orem dropped only 2.5 percent, according to state figures, based on full-time equivalent enrollment. Next lowest was Utah Technical College at Salt Lake with 2.7 percent, ranging up to 9.1 percent at Dixie College. Since all state colleges were down, but Utah Tech at Provo and Orem down the least, the situation shows a - Conitfucl Ford ond Transition Seel ion oi per Std Dwa No. 100, 101. Indian Indian Week will be held this week on the UTC Campus and at the Orem LDS Institute. Some of the activities will include a speech by Elder George P. Lee, a movie, Navajo Taccos, and displays from several of the tribes. The movie "The Indian" will be shown Tuesday night at the LDS Institute of Religion Building. On Wednesday Elder George P. Lee will speak at lp.m. at the Institute. Elder Lee, a full-blooded Navajo Indian born in Towaoc, Colorado, was president of the Arizona Holdbrook Mission before being called as a general authority on October 3, 1975. The mission covered the vast Navajo Reservation in the four corners region of Arizona, Utah, New Mexico and Colorado. Down in State continuing strong enrollment trend at the school, noted President Sorensen. Spring quarter enrollment figures are not yet final, he said. The winter quarter enrollment totals at Utah Tech were down only slightly from its all-time high established in the fall quarter of 1978, the president stated. This followed a trend of the past several years of winter and spring enrollments usually being somewhat under the fall quarter. In 10 years, Utah Tech at Provo and Orem has more than doubled its enrollment, illustrated by the total enrollment of 1,819 for the year 1968-69 which is substantially less than half of the enrollment this year. Week at Prior to being mission president, he was president of the College of Ganado, a two-year community college on the Navajo Reservation in north-eastern Arizona. He was the first Indian to hold the position at what was formerly a Presbyterian boarding school. Earlier, he was assistant to the college president, dean of students and director of Indian studies. Elder Lee received a bachelor's degree from BYU in 1968, a master's degree from Utah State University in 1970, and a doctoral degree in educational Administration at BYU in 1975, becoming the first Indian to earn a doctoral degree from BYU. As a young man, he attended public schools in Utah while participating in the LDS Church's Indian si Ik Elder Lee will be the guest April 9 J 979 Tech. Placement Program. He lived with Mr. and Mrs. Glen L. Harker of Orem during the school year because suitable educational opportunities were not then available near his home in the outlying area of the reservation. He graduated from Orem High School in 1962. Winner of many scholarships and awards, he was named as one of the "Outstanding Young Men of America" and declined appointment as a White House Fellow in order to accept an appointment as assistant to the president at the College of Ganado. He is married to (Catherine Hottich, a Comanche Indian from Oklahoma and also a BYU graduate. They have five children. The public is invited to attend all of these events. v. ! speaker at UTC's Indian Week.
|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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