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T EL BUEN PANO IN 11 A RCA SE VENDE WHAT'S INSIDE Public Hearing about Tuition increases at UVSC, check out the calendar on page 2 for more VMJLEY WEATHER TODAY: l';;ny G'oijrJy ; .1. o c c X a c i . t Tuesday ; " ': Sunny 4 High 'A L'jw 30 Wednesday -V" v. Sunny y' '' i Jf High 52 low ?8 'V'v'S ag ifo information. I 1 1 1 I IV 1 -(I I I VV I I L I f; V You Know that it jit- nilTTTnTTnTTTTTf l l I is ,.v mm m Zm. ' UOIC and be " (li'fj counted Qt go somewhere else Those who don't vote don't get a say. See more on page 5 I C) J . j in America? I Yi APRIL J SJ FOOlitofllsl uvscTracIt is ekesc Running fast tovards r Division I "a See more on Page 10 Lies, Deceit, and playing pranks is the the day. See Page 8 game of more on 2002 news-line PluggGi! in Historic night at the Oscars Halley Berry won the Academy Award for best actress. Berry is the first African American woman to receive this award. In her speech she stated that the door has now been opened for everyone to receive this award. Former child star Connelly won for her role as Alicia Nash, John Nash's strong-willed wife and the emotional glue that kept their marriage together during the darkest hours of his mental illness. Osama calls UK 260 times from Afghan hills Osama bin Laden has phoned the UK at least 260 times, it was revealed yesterday. Records from the terrorist leader's satellite phone show he and his top men were in constant touch with the British arm of the al-Qaeda network. The calls were made from their base in Afghanistan to 27 separate numbers. Thev calls onlv stonned after bin Laden became suspicious that American agents were using the satellite . phone to track him. Spreading the blame in the Yates case It was a busy week for Rusty Yates. While his wife, Andrea, was being sentenced to life in prison for drowning their five children, Yates defended her in an interview on the Today" show in New York. That night he was in Los Angeles, doing the same with Larry King of CNN. Wednesday was Oprah's turn in Chicago. Bioterrorism Experts Head to Atlanta Hundreds of health officials descended on Atlanta this week for an annual conference on emerging infectious diseases and were warned that terroristsmight try to spread deadly germs through the food supply. Terrorists' could try to make the biological attack even more dangerous by taking down critical communications systems, according to experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Next Target of Bioterroism: Yourjrooci r Vote on today's poll question: What do you think about the new residency law Vote at www.netxnews.net and see immediate poll results. What is is like to be a college basketball player? Chekcout UVSC basketball players Kenan and Pierre and thier Utah Valley Crib in a soecial Sports expose. f :- Wo longer c2 mmmw J m 1 1' i m angel Moroni u i mmwl that (tie LOS church puts on most of n templet, thlt Is a depiction ot the angel that was placed upong the By Kelsey Hatidow OF THE NETXNEWS STAFF Put the words Mormon Philosophy together and most would think that it must be some sort of typo, but on Monday, March 25th UVSC held it's first Mormon Philosophy conference proving that is no long an oxymoron but an emerging philosophical style. There was standing room only on Monday, March 25th at the Mormon Philosophy Conference held in the student center. Student community members and those wishing to dis cuss the different philosophical aspects of Mormonism came to listen to a variety of scholars and topics that addressed the issues in the Mormon religion and culture. The conference began at with Professor David Paulsen from Brigham Young University. Professor Paulsen discussed if God must be incorporeal. He compared how other religious faiths viewed God and how it was possible for him to remain omniscient and omnipotent though he had a body, which most religions disagree with. Navouu Temple Professor Dennis Potter one of the founders of the conference was pleased with the assortment of philosophers they were able to search out and get to come and speak. "This was the first time that anyone has put on a mormon "philosophical conference", Potter stated. Plans have already begun for next year's conference, which will take on the topic of Mormon Literature. Blake Ostler an attorney in the area and also a Mormon philosopher spoke on divine love and human nature. Though his speech sounded r sv r ! j " lln - mm i6t- :-a-:t..v-.'0.-T.wnt.-WtM:-.'' Jmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmt Endangered Entertainment By 'Eseta Havea OF THE NETXNEWS STAFF It has only been a year or so, and hitherto, the controversy of the "Dance Hall Ordinance" of Provo City will abruptly cease to exist, if on April 16, it's city council votes on a more demanding and precisely renovated bill called the "Entertainment Establishment Ordinance." The brevity of the "Dance Hall Ordinance" forbids all public dances and dance halls, (unless exempted) conducted in or outside a building, with or without admission fees, except a permit is obtained from the city. A license fee for one public dance is $75, while a dance hall (i.e. Club Omni) would pay the same amount for a year. With the permit comes an automatic requirement of a security guard for every 100 patrons, metal detectors, plus surveillance cameras.Furthermore, all such dances must conform to all applicable laws, codes, ordinances, and health and fire regulations. However, in spite of the rigorous, just now commencing bill, Provo city officials have come up with a so-called revised version namely, the Entertainment Establishment" in which they r Cnrttst Ptatt Speak out If you enfoy the occasional outdoor performance. claim will provide "public safety." Erewhile the last bill was esteemed in respect to public dances and dance halls, this fresher transformation applies to all entertainment in general except exempted. Michael Mower, a spokesperson for Provo City told The College Times that the new bill "will only apply to commercial j entities. It's only if you want to ; make money out of such enter- tainment. With that, if voted for on April 16, this new bill will not permit any entertainment open to the public for an admission fee, without a police permit. Such functions will include: - Dancing to live recorded music. - Comedians, hypnotist, pantomimes, musical song or dance acts, plays, concerts, any form of "S3le!"Con l on page 4 Net Spot 'NewsPolitics: www.drudereport.c om Police halt Finn trying to sneak bomb on plane. 'Entertainment: www.people.aol.co m Fox's disease brings him family ties 'Music: www.madonnamu-sic.com UFE's 100 Greatest Rockers-Madonna 6-Helps: 'Student Helps www.college- source.org CollegeSource(r) Online Features over 20.068 College Catalogs 'Sports: www.sporting news.com NCAA Tournament quiz: I . What team is credited with winning the first game in NCAA Tournament history in 1939? carta nm Governor Leavltt, signed and vetoed bills that passed through the 2002 legislature Governer meets deadline By Kelsey Haddow OF THE NETXNEWS STAFF Gov. Mike Leavitt had until midnight Tuesday to sign or veto all remaining legislation from the 2002 Utah Legislature's general session. As of Tuesday morning, Leavitt had signed 209 out of 3S2 bills on his desk. "We've got a whole bunch left to do today, maybe half of them," said Leavitt spokeswoman Natalie Gochnour as the d.jdline neared. The remaining bills include a measure by Sen. Terry Spencer, R-Layton, that would allow the state to recover the costs caused by environmental lawsuits deemed by the court to be baseless. The bill is a result of lawmakers' frustration about more than $5 million in delay costs incurred after a lawsuit blocked Legacy Highway. The bill would not apply retroactively to the Legacy Highway delays, but Leavitt said last week he still has some constitutional concerns he is researching.Gochnour said lobbying efforts on controversial legislation has been minimal this year, with one exception.Utah college students from out of state are cam- Aleiindn" cMt' mm!
|Title||UVSC College Times, 2002-04-01|
|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, 2002-04-01|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|