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cizzz Vol. 7 No. 10 1 The Holidays Begin UTC students, faculty members and other workers at both Provo and Orem campuses spent November 23rd at home with their families and relatives for a day of giving thanks for the blessings life has given them. Thanksgiving is the fourth Thursday of November every year and has been throughout history since the year 1621. Thanksgiving had its proclamation issued by Governor William Bradford of Plymouth Colony. The colonists observed that day of prayerful thanks Morningside at Institute New LDS General Authority morning side fireside. FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE INSTRUCTIONS: Read across to the day(s) of your class, then read down and find the starting time of that class. This is your FINAL EXAM day and time. Students having more than two exams on one day, may request a rescheduling of the third exam at a different time. See your instructor to make this arrangement. Final exam week If your class is on M, W, F, HW, HF, WF, MWF, MUWHF, MUWH, MWHF, MUHF, MUWF U, H, UH, UWHF and'starts at 0700 or 0730 your exam day and time will be on F, 0700-0900 F, 0900-1100 0800 or 0830 your exam day and time will be on M, 0800-1000 U, 0800-1000 0900 or 0930 your exam day and time will be on W, 0800-1000 H, 0800-1000 1000 or 1030 your exam day and time will be on M, 1000-1200 U, 1000-1200 1100 or 1130 your e;;am day and time will be on W, 1000-1200 H, 1000-1200 1200 or 1230 your exam day and time will be on M, 1200-0200 U, 1200-0200 0100 or 0130 your exam day and time will be on W, 1200-0200 H, 1200-0200 0200 or 0230 your exam day and time will be on M, 0200-0400 U, 0200-0400 0300 or 0330 your exam day and time will be on W, 0200-0400 H, 0200-0400 0400 or 0430 your exam day and time will be on M, 0400-0600 U, 0400-0600 0500 or 0530 your exam day and time will be on W, 0400-0600 H, 0400-0600 0600 or LATER Evening classes, those that meet 0600 or later, will have their final exams during FINAL EXAM WEEK at their regularly scheduled class time. giving for the harvest by feasting on wild turkey, and the custom became popular throughout the New England states and all of the U.S. Upon the adoption of the Constitution in 1789 President Washington issued a call for Thanksgiving to be observed by everyone. At that time a national Thanksgiving day was set up and observed by everyone. In the beginning only thirty states observed Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday of November. It was on October 3, 1863 when President Abraham Lincoln . A A 1 ) Rex C. Reeve will speak at a will be the last week of fall, winter, and spring term. UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE issued a proclamation fixing the last Thursday of November as a day of thanksgiving and praise to our beneficient Father. In 1941 Congress adopted a joint resolution setting the fourth Thursday but not the last Thursday of November. Since that time the fourth Thursday of every November has been observed and enjoyed by everyone as Thanksgiving Day. A day of parades and fanciful costumes and masks in many of the eastern states; however a harvest day of filling up with turkey, pie and other goodies now. On Monday Dec. 4th the Orem Institute of Religion is sponsoring an early morning fireside. The special guest speaker will be Rex Reeve, Sr. of the First Quorum of the Seventy. The morningside will begin at 7:00 a.m. in the cultural hall of the Orem Institute. After Mr. Reeves remarks a continental breakfast will be served to those present. Mr. Reeve has been a Seventy since April Conference of this year. Prior to this calling he was President of the California, Anaheim Mission. AT PROVC Thanksgiving is an exciting Englchardt, who prepares to eat his families turkey before it Pre-registration Details Told Pre-registration for continuing students (those currently enrolled) will be conducted on December 4th, 5th, 6th according to the following schedule. Monday, December4th--Orem Campus 7 a.m. -10 a.m. - for majors located in Auto Trades Bldg. (DM, AM, CR, SR, HEO) 10 a.m. -2 p.m. - for majors located in Business Bldg. and Learning Resource Center ( ACCT, MGT, OE, HS, RAD, LEC, GEN. ED.) Tuesday, December5th--Provo Campus 8 a.m. -10 a.m. - Drafting-Design Tech., Graphics Comm. Art 10 a.m. -12 p.m. - Electronics Tech., (including Schedule Dec. 1-Xanadu Pillow Concert postponed, replaced by a dance with Funn, 9:00 at Student Center Dec. 4-Christmas Tree Contest begins Dec. 14--Christmas Ball Dec. 16-Basketbail, Ricks at UTC Dec. 18-Jan. 2-Christmas Vacation Jan. 2-Registration Jan. 3 Orientation Jan. 7-12-Homeeoming Week Jan. 17 Ski Party Jan. 26-Spring Concert time for grandmothers, mothers Electromechanical) 12 p.m. -2 p.m. - Electrical Automation I p.m. -3 p.m. - Refrig. Air Cond., Machine Shop, and Cabinetry & Millwork, Bldgs. & Grounds Wednesday, December 6 Provo Campus 8 a.m. -10 a.m. - Welding, Pro. Driving, & Bldg. Construction10 a.m. -12 p.m. -- General Education and Latecomers II a.m.-l p.m. - Dental Assisting, OHE NOTE: Regular registration for new students and latecomers will be conducted on January 2, 1979 on the Orem Campus (main concourse leading to the Student Center). of Events November 27, 1978 ' r . , and even two-year-old Richie hits the oven. Passes Sold For Games Coach Gary Gardner has announced that the athletic pass which normally sells for $20 to the public is now on sale for $10 to the families of faculty and staff. All profits go to the UTC Scholarship Fund. Attend Games They're Free ! Faculty, staff and students with activity cards can attend home games free. Last Day For Changes Registration has announced that the last day for any class changes is Friday, Dec. 1. After this date students will have to keep their present schedules.
|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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