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CTradelDind. s Volume 2 No. 10 TRADEWINDS Thursday, April 5, 1973 1 Las' .-... ' UTC Librarian GUttalhi LSbirairy Assoc Piresodleinit Elected Mr. George Tanner, UTC Librarian The Utah Library Association has announced their president elect for 1974-75. Taking this office at the association's annual conference next year will be George W. Tanner, head of UTC 's library at Provo. The association consists of all librarians for colleges, public libraries and private collections throughout Utah. Balloting was done by mail over the past several weeks by the state association members. Mr. Tanner stated that there is already a large borrowing system between academic libraries within the state. He hopes that a similar system between publiC libraries, can be arranged. He believes that more bookmobiles, neighborhood libraries, and a concentrated reading program in the home and school are needed in Utah. In his new position, Mr. Tanner will be involved in correlation of the state's library programs and working out details of articulation between libraries. "Libraries need to be on a grass-roots level, fulfilling needs within institutions and communities. I fear too many! libraries are operated and, stocked with only the ivory tower segment in mind," commented Mr. Tanner. "There is a tremendous need for librarians and libraries to encourage reading of any kind. Mr. Tanner's election to this office is a fine achievement of which UTC can be proud of. UTC On Display Opening Doors To Careers "Opening Doors To Careers' will be the theme of the 1973 public open house for UTC on Friday and Saturday, April 13 and 14. "This is the occasion that we put Utah Tech on display for the people of Central and Southern Utah in particular and the state as a whole," said President Wilson W. Sorensen. "We hope this year to present our most detailed and effective open house to show the public what we have and , more important, what we hope to do and have in the future to serve the vocational needs of Utah and train its people for well-paid, useful vocational careers." The Chairman of the Open House Committee is Roger Hon-eyman. Working with him are committee members: Roger Plothow, Gordon Moses, George Tanner, Larry Lee, Sherry Dickey, Sharon Lowry, Dean Killpack, Madelyn Starley, Stan Goodwin, Doug Jorgensen, Reed Gooch, and LaVar Rockwood. They are working to put together a very pleasant and informative tour of UTC to show future students, parents, and other friends of UTC just how the school operates and its many varied functions. The Hostess Club and the students in Dental Assisting will serve as hostesses and tour guides. They will greet all visitors at the door and show them around the school answering any questions they may have. The Business Division is in charge of window displays in downtown Provo. Their goal is to have each department spotlighted in at least one store. Departments and clubs will have displays set up in the school during the open house. On Friday, all those visiting the school will get a good view of UTC in action. Not only will there be the various displays to represent the different departments, but classes will be held as usual. This will aUow the visitors to see the various teaching techniques in practice. Also, they can witness student activities with the final student-body elections being held that day and with Women's Week in full swing. This will enable the visitors to see more than just the academic view of the school. A form will be given out to the students prior to the open house to allow them to list any relatives, friends, or business aquaintences whom they would like to have invited to the affair. The committee will send out individual invitations to these people and businesses. The open house promises to be very informative and to show the potential of the present students and that of the school in the future. Disciplinary Board There are some problems of student behavior or behavior of visitors to the school that have formerly not been dealt with directly by a board of representatives from the major groups of the school such as administration, faculty, and students. Now there is a board. Board members are: The Dean of Students, two faculty members, and two students. The two students are chosen from the stu-dentbody at large and remain on the board for the entire school year from the fall quarter. The Dean of Students is director of the meeting. From this time forth all students with disciplinary problems will be dealt with by the board. But, I Say, I'm Innocent! Traffic Court For Citation Appeals For a long time students have had little or no means of appealing traffic citations and o-ther tickets given by the school security officer. Now there is a traffic appeals court for the benefit of students wishing to appeal their citations. The court is composed of the Dean of Students, two faculty members, and three students. Schedules for court sessions are not yet available. n Calendar of Events: Baseball Ricks at UTC April 1-5 Primary Elections April 1-5 Rodeo at Ogden April 6-7 Baseball at Rangely April 7 Women's Week April 9-15 AWS Fashion Show April 12 Preference Dance April 13 AWS - Jackie Noakes April 13 Baseball CSI at UTC April 10 Baseball at'Westminister April 12 General Elections .April 12-13 Rodeo at Idaho April 13 State PBL Convention-Utah State-. ..April 16 Baseball at Ricks April 17 Rodeo at Idaho April 17 Baseball at BYU April 18 Baseball at CSI April 19 (Twin Falls Idaho) UTC DIESEL MECHANICS student displays his working ability for open house.
|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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