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fRADEWIND 1 VOLUME 3. NUMBER 10 Exciting activities planned for VJinter Quarter Clarice Hill, Studentbody Activities Chairman, has announced the activities for the Winter Quarter. On January 10 there will be a movie at the Fox Theater from9:00a.m. until 11:00a.m. The price will be 50 cents with your New Activity Cards. At this time the classes will be dismissed. On January 16 there will be a Roller Skating Party at the Riverside Roller Rink from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. On January 24 there will be a concert at the Ice House from 9:00 p.m. until 12:00 p.m. You only need to pay $1.00 with your New Activity Cards otherwise the price is $2.00. February is a busy month with the following: On the 7th there will be a movie at the Fox Theater from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. The 14th of the month will be exciting with a "Sweetheart Ball" dinner and dance at the Holiday Inn. The dress is semi-formal while the price is $4.00 stag and $6.50 per couple. This will include a ham supper and the dance. For this dance there are a limited number of tickets which can be pur Mali drf The January driver training course for adults who have never driven before or who do not now have a driver's license will begin Monday, Jan. 7 at Utah Technical College at Provo. The course will be organized and registration take place at a meeting beginning at 5:30 that evening in the driver training portion of the college, located just inside the west entrance to the south wing of the college. chased from January 21st to February 6th only. There shall be no tickets sold at the door. The 19th of February we are invited to hear a special speaker from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon. For those of you who want to get involved or even just want to watch there will be a School Play given on February 28th and March 1st. AWS Week, from March 4th through the 8th, is filled with things to do. Monday, the 4th, there will be an AWS Speaker. Two days later there will be an AWS DEMONSTRATION ON Self Defense from 9:00 a.m. until 11.00 a.m. With Friday, the 8th, comes an AWS Fashion Show given by Taylors Dept. Store. Notice: A new quarter requires new Activity Cards so bring yours. The old Activity cards will no longer be accepted. There are three kinds of people: those who make things happen; those who watch things happen; and those who have no idea what has happened. Utah law now requires that an approved driver education course be taken before initial issuance of a driver's license. The Utah Tech course fills this requirement. The course is open to anyone. Tuition is $40 for the course, which utilizes the latest and most thorough techniques of driver training, including simulated driving in the electronic-mechanical "Drive-O-Trainers" at the College. UTAH TECHNICAL n n Tu eoffiHGuiiiiircees foraed for new ireffiii ips3s Two faculty committees have been named to submit suggestions and help with the planning of the new Orem campus of Utah Technical College, according to President Wilson W. Sorensen. The committees, a faculty advisory council and basic steering committee, will represent the faculty in the planning of the new campus and give their practical experience and views to the architects, Fred Markliam, Bruce Dixon, and Willard Nelson, the president said. The faculty advisory council includes: Dr. Lucille Stoddard, chairman of the Utah . Tech business department and general chairman of the council; Edward Nolton, department chairman of general construction and metal trades; Rulon Wells, department chairman of electrical automation and refrigeration; Reed Allen, purchasing agent of the college; J. S. Clark, superintendent of buildings and grounds; Don Phillips, president of the Utah Tech Faculty Association, and representing the students, Randy Kidman, studentbody president. Members of the basic steering committee include: President Sorensen; Dale Peterson, vice president Sorensen; Dale Peterson, vice president; LaVar Rockwood, director of supervisory training; and Bruce Jensen Siudeni clubs offer many banefifs Welcome to school! There are several clubs and organizations at UTC that are opened to all students. Some of the clubs that you might be ihterested in are: VICA, DECA, PBL, Sigam Gamma Chi (fraternity), Lambda Delta Sigma (sorority), Ham Radio Club, Rodeo Club and several student council organizations such as SHAFT and the Student Awareness Com COLLEGE 'PROVO n and Ben Hutchinson, representing the Utah State Building Board. The basic steering committee also includes Mr. Mark ham as head architect. President Sorensen said the architects have prepared some alternatives for a general campus plan and layout, but as yet no decisions have been made concerning any definite plans. President Sorensen said meetings have also been held in recent weeks with local community leaders, appraising them of progress thus far on the new campus and seeking their suggestions. These include the Utah County planning staff, the Orem city engineer, Orem city planning commission, state highway officials, local utility officers (Mountain Fuel Supply, Utah Power and Light, and Mountain Bell), Orem city councilmen, Orem city fire and police chiefs, and Utah County mass transit planners. Orem City has also designated Boyd Erickson, a private citizen, to represent neighboring residents around the new site. The new campus will be located on 185 acres of land acquired by the state for this purpose in 1966. It is located east of 1-15 and north of Orem's 13th South. The last state legislature appropriated 8 million for construction of the campus. President Sorensen said mittee both newly formed. These, clubs are for your benefit and will help make school fun and enjoyable. So no matter where your interests lie there is a club or organization for you whether you are in welding, electronics, desiel mechanics, nursing, or a general student Find out what these clubs have to offer you and what you can offer them, join a club get involved! barring some unforeseen delay, it is hoped construction can begin by late 1974. Completion of the campus will take several years. Transfer of the college from its present site became necessary,. President Sorensen said, when it became apparent the growth of the school has already outstripped present facilities. Because the ; ... .; ' 'r ' s ' f : I President Sorensen discusses coming school year with Carina Person, accounting major and Robert Beffort, student instructor majoring in data processing. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx of ixuettta Jan. 9 AWS presents Hair Stylist, Makeup, Fashion Coordinator Jan. 10 Movie at Fox Theatre (50c with Activity Card, $1.00 without) Jan. 11-12 .... Basketball UTC at Elko College Jan. 16 Roller Skating Party at Riverside Roller Rink Jan. 18-19 .... Basketball Snow College at UTC Jan. 19 Basketball Dixie at UTC Jan. 24 Concert at The Ice House ($1.00 with Activity Card, $2.00 without) MONDAY, JANUARY 7. 1974 present campus is boxed in on 13 acres with virtually no chance for expansion, the decision was made to move the college to a more spacious area, the president said. It is felt that only on a campus with plenty of room for expansion can Utah Technical College fulfill its present and future obligations to the Central Utah area it serves, he said.
|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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