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EL BUEN PANO EN EL ARC A SE VENDE VOLUME 29 ISSUE 53 WHAT'S INSIDE President Jared Finch reflects on past year. Opinion: xx Life: Fnd out what cool concerts are coming to town. Sports: We 're a basketcase over basketball. Marketplace: Awesome advertis-ments. A NETXNEWS Up-to-date Wolverine Men's and Women's basketball standings and statistics available. Go to uvsc.eduathletics VALLEY WEATHER t-i 7-1. 1 fi n UvJ J J A j (4. vy 5 j f W -I m i St4 3 Today: cioudy High 52 Low 42 BY AND I OR 1UE m U DENTS OF UTAH VALLEY STATE COLLEGE STAR LIGHT, SO GIRLS GOT HOPS! UVSC women's basketball ready to battle for National Championship in Kansas pg. 8 & 9 .. Tuesday: ciouoy High -18 Low 36 BRIGHT. h i Sarah Brightman concert review pg. 7 Wednesday: ; , Rainy y-li 'rt';; W' High -49 Low 32 ii' i izw r ':J 'v VO"- : : ' -' i L ... k i , a . it, v i w w i r t... i i .t. s i i o a o o oo V r $ U PHOTOS IT HORW (MENTHE COllESE TIMES To fnrnpow Hull und'home Main Coimdyctoir awarded Dr. Terry Hill, conductor of the UVSC symphony chamber orchestras was honored last week By DANIELLE WHITE OF THE NETXNEWS STAFF t was liken to a scene out of I Disney's Fantasia. ..an array of exquisite classical music that tickled the senses. A Dick Van Dyke protege, adorned with a Dr. Suess' Cat in the Hat top hat, rang in the evening as he played the bass drum, acordian, whistle and harmonica all at once. Yet, the true musical talent was that of the UVSC SymphonyChamber Orchestra directed by Dr. Terry Hill. Dr. Terry Petrie, director of the Ragan Theatre, presented Dr. Hill the Ragan Theatre Show Case Award for his efforts in enhancing an appreciation for the arts and outstanding service to the school and community, March 13. Additionally, Hill was named College Teacher of the Year by the Ltah Chapter of the American String Teacher Association with the National School Orchestra Association during the Utah Music Educator Conference earlier,was named best college teacher - - ' - j ',!, I ) i ' ' r". ' ' ' . ... ., , Z Z , , , ; MELISSA OAVIESy'THE COLLEGE TIMES Many of the members of the orchestra are multi-taiened Individuals such as Amber Voorhees (right), Karl Stlrland and Hallle Vernon all who competed In the Miss UVSC 2001 Scholarship Pageant In last month. Each of the ladles belong to other clubs on campus. In addition to playing in the orchestra. of th Continued pg. 3 See "Orchestra" r"uj" " - 1 - - 1 " . - - i,;,.-.,vt..v;j , ANDREW GREEN THE COLLEGE TIMES Pictured here Is this year's Ragan Theatre Show Case award winner, Dr. Terry Hill. Dr. Hill's repitore Includes traveling am performing in London at Carnegie Hall, Vienna, Portugal and Arizona. He began playing the viola in the seventh grade at Dixon Junior High School. He also played football and ran track in high school. VAX...... A'-; V m ""m afMwrt- m Spring fever spreads across Utah Valley By JAMES EASTON OF THE NETXNEWS STAFF It looks like Wolverines definitely have more fun than Cougars. In the MTV era, spring break has become the highlight of most students' col lege experience. Sure, UVSC had a shorter spring break than most, but BYU students got slighted they didn't even get a break because, according to BYU student John Earnest, "BYU prides itself on being anal." UVSC students who enjoyed three days off from school did many things to take advantage of the free time. Many students chose to go down south. Anywhere in southern Utah seems popular, especially Zions National Park. Some students wished they could have taken a long-distance trip. Happiness Peterson said, "If we had a whole week, heck, I'd been in California." And then there were those who did, as Devin Taylor put it, of "Jack Squat." The students from the other Utah universities didn't do much more than UVSC students, despite having extra time. Mike Livesay, of Salt Lake Community College, went with his wife to Zions National Park to camp, and Adam Faler, of the University of Utah wentto Moab on a solo woman hunt. The further out from the nucleus of conservativism one goes, the wilder the stories get. Lindsey Brown, of Weber State University, performed her annual tradition of skinny dipping in hotel pools in Las Vegas with her-friends.Tara Dummer, a sophomore at UVSC who previously attended Dixie College, said she went with her friends to San Diego and then to Tijuana, and despiote being sober, the scene was still "pretty crazy." Out-of-state students are typically the ones seen on MTV. Drunk, flirty, loud, and happy. The famous 'spring breakers.' Caley Nelson, a junior at Arizona State University, said that she and her friends would go to Rocky Point (near Puerto Panasco) in Mexico every year, along with about 80 percent of all the other people she knew. While at Rocky Point, a typical day would begin with a little bit of sunbathing, followed by riding the four wheelers into town to Chino's taco stand, getting lunch, and starting the drinking for the day. After lunch, they would go shopping, drink in between, try to take the four wheelers up the steep face of Competition Hill outside of town, and have a drink. They would cool off by swimming in f - - Sr. ,,m1, , J -- 1 1, 1 various hotel's swimming pools and drinking. Finally, after the 4 swim ming, they would return home to get ready for the nightlife. Then they would really start drinking up until dinner and throughout their meal. Caley said she's even had friends pass out before dinner. Continued pg. 3 see "Spring break" ALL PHOTOS BT ANDREW GREEN THE COLLEGE TIMES In the MTV era, the spring break scene can get a little "crazy" as students look to relax and party.
|Title||UVSC College Times, 2001-03-19|
|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||UVSC: College Times, 2001-03-19|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|