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I EL BUF.N PANO FN FL ARCA SF. VF.NDE WHAT'S INSIDE Calendar-Pirates of Penzance has come to town. See Page 2 'Check out our dairy updated calendar at netXnew.net VOLUME 31 ISSUE 1 VALLEY WEATHER TODAY: Tuesday Partly Cloudy High 7'j I w 44 Wednesday Sunny High 84 Low 4j t , u, -: -p i ijfi (t i q ifihu ill.. ui!iv WOLVERINE 'ATM u ': If s r Ilunsaker new Men's Basketball COaCll read that and more about UVSC sports on page 6. Why W0rl when you can RCl3X Learn vhat all your hardwork over the sum-V. msr can't as! vnu nn - 7fr; WMIIIII1UI lilUWIC Blockbuster ' Reviews. Ynur Ooifls to aVX. great summer, on page 6. rU - ..V '. . V, news-line Plisggod in Serena beats Venus Serena Williams made the most of her older sister's shaky serve and beat Venus 7-5, 6-3 Saturday to win the French Open in their second sibling Grand Slam final in nine months. Serena won seven straight games at one juncture and broke Venus' serve six straight times to win the first set and go up 4-1 in the second in an error-filled match at Roland Garros. Indian Diplomats may return to Pakistan India is considering returning some of its diplomats to.Pakistan and making "military gestures" to lessen tensions between the nuclear-armed rivals, the State Department's No. 2 official said Saturday. Deputy Secretary of State iRicfiard Armitage offered -ian iinbpar assessment of progress toward ending the crisis that has raised fears of war that could escalate into an exchange of nuclear weapons. Man remains jailed over website postings A 70-year-old man has been in jail for more than three months for refusing to delete from his Web site addresses and other personal data of employees at the retirement home that evicted him. The jailing of Paul Trummel, a native of England who moved to the United States in 1985, has drawn fire from national and international writers groups that support his First Amendment claims. Bush creates Department of Homeland Security George W. Bush called on Congress to remake the government with a terrorist-fighting Department of Homeland Security, warning that "thousands of trained killers are plotting to attack us." Congress welcomed the proposal, even as it intensified its inquiry into lapses before the Sept. 11 attacks, hearing from an FBI whistle-blower as well as the agency's director. Tom Ridge is proposed to be the head of this new agency. J j- - Vote on today's poll question: "What is the best summer movie" Vote at www.netxnews.net and see immediate poll results. Check out NETXNEWS on televisions around campus to find out the latest news, entertainment, and sports. J n Q"v""innrMnr-'- ii nnf fin m rr rr n fl n r H fzzzi5 i J K"v tf. t 5 1 ' 1 i ; j A, ''" i iffi ' " t " ' r"if May students have a hard time understanding the financial aid process, but help can be lound In the AD bldg where students go to submit necessary forms and documents. Ketstr HaMtwNETXNEWS Ty Hanette Kas3'!!s OF THE NETXNEWS STAFF Financial Assistance can be tricky business. Many students have misconstrued preconceived notions concerning the Financial Aid Process. A little research goes a long way, and knowing the basics saves time. Financial Assistance consists of grants, loans, and work-study.Grants, such as Pell, FSEOG, and SSIG are funds given that do not require repayment. Loans however, must be repaid. There are two types of loans in which the government will provide for students, subsidized and unsubsidized. A sub; '.!! ' Aaiiord loi'n is a government issued loan in which interest is deferred until graduation or non-enrollment status exceeds 6 months. Unsubsidized government loans accumulate interest while the student attends school. Both loans require students to be taking at least 6 credit hours during the course of the semester. Interest rates for both of these loans are capped at 8.25. Work-study is a federally funded program, which allows those who qualify, the opportunity to work part time on campus while attending classes. There is a information desk in the Administration building dedicated specifically to answering Vi'urk-study relied questions. In order to receive these types of Financial Assistance, the Federal Government and the UVSC Financial Aid Office require that specific forms be completed. According to Stacy Fowles, a Financial Aid technician, "The first step would be to apply directly to the government." This can be accomplished by visiting the government website, http:www.fafsa.ed.gov. Upon arrival to the site, click on the icon labeled "Fill Out a Fafsa." For the Fall 2002 and Spring 2003 application, select the 2002-2003 year. In order to proceed with the application process, students must provide acijr?t tax information concerning their 2001 tax returns. Independent students are those who are 24 years of age or older, as well as individuals who are married. Dependent students are those who are under the age of 24 and are not married. Dependent students must provide their parents' 2001 tax information in addition to theirs. The Fafsa application should be completely filled out in order to process correctly. Kara Peterson, a Financial Assistance technician says, "Partially completed or inaccurate applications will result in a corrections process, which can substantially prolong the funds that "Aid" con't on page 3. The search for Elizabeth By Kelsey Haddow OF THE NETXNEWS STAFF Utahn's woke up Wednesday morning to hear the tragic news that a young girl was kidnapped in the middle of the night from her own home. According to police and family, around 1 or 2 a.m. an unidentified man entered the home of the Smart family and made his way up to Elizabeth Smart's bedroom. Once there the kidnapper took the 14 year old girl and instructed her 9 year old sister if she told the anyone he would hurt her sister. This threat caused the young girl to wait for two hours before alerting her parents to the situation. The police were immediately notified and a search began for Elizabeth Smart began before dawn that same morning. The disappearance of Elizabeth also prompted the Utah Emergency System to use the Rachel Alert. A alerting system that sounds much like the one that would be broadcast in case of a state or national emergency. This is the first time the Rachel alert has been used since its creation in April in honor of a Utah girl that was kidnapped and murdered in 19S2. Utah is the ninth state to institute this type of notification system. ,ki. i-MMxrmmHkmvm- '.x, hipwwwwi l ....: Mtf ---frffc, Elizabeth Smart, 14 yrs old, blonde hair, blue eyes, 5 6, 100 lbs, red paams, white shoes. Since Elizabeth Smart's disappearance thousands of volunteers have gathered at Mt. Sinai Hospital to search for her and her kidnapper. The parents of Elizabeth Smart have been on the Today Show and other nationally broadcast shows to alert the surrounding states, and the rest of the nation of their daughter's disappearance.For more information on how to donate to the reward being offered, or on where to meet to help search for Elizabeth Smart be sure to watch your local news stations and if you see anything that might help in the search call 800-932-0190. Also go to www.Elizabethsmart.com to print out a flier to post in your neighborhood. Net Spot THE HOTTEST SPOTS IN: NewKPofitks usatoday.com youthvote2000.orgnews cnn.comALLPOU- TICSI msn.com netxnews.net msnbc.comnewsdefault.a sp Entertainment: utahvalleymall.com music.utah.edupagessc hedules utahvalleymusic.com moviefone.com Music Online: emusic.com liquidaudio.com mtv.com Student helps: makingcollegecount.com edu.com fastweb.com firetalk.com lycos.com Sports: uvsc.eduathletics majorleaguebaseball.com nflfans.com nfltalk.com nhl.com espn.go.com nba.com wnba.com Mima I 111 III .HI Ilillill Tfit" ' 1 CMrtanr ElckltteOCNmtt Nurse Practloner, Becky Cloward, and Secretary Ruth Ann Haws assist student Aaron Burg In the Student Health Services office. Bring me your Stressed Ranae Steele OF THE NETXNEWS STAFF Being a college student is not an easy job any time of year. However, the Summer terms can be a bit more taxing on the average student than the Fall or Winter semesters. First of all, homework is doubled and class time cut in half. Many students have deserted the valley to go home to their families. If students have any kind of a job, homework time is again shortened. It's hot outside so people are cranky. The traffic is a hassle whether a student drives, bikes, or walks. Money is hard to come by and even if someone does have it, they must spend it on rent and books. All of this pressure and responsibility can cause many unhealthy problems for some students. Depression, stress , anxiety, and anger are just a few. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can also hinder a student's ability to deal with "Stress" con't on page 3.
|Title||UVSC College Times, 2002-06-10|
|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, 2002-06-10|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|