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EL BUEN PANO EN EL ARCA SE VENDE VOLUME 31 ISSUE 47 n CAMPUS CALENDAR See the best uvsc calendar on the planet at netXnews.net OREM WEATHER TT Kf"- T""l r vrvn MONDAY: PM Showers High 53 Low 33 ' t. .' Light Rain v High 49 Low 25 WEDNESDAY: Partly Cloudy High 55 Low 34 (MS fILffffi t j r C3 r-H SNEAK PEEK FOR DASEBALL SEASON Find cut wfia coy'd tela It all and ivto taw i KOiiS: AMATEUR RADIO AT ITS BEST erem High School's FIVI station keeps the tunes pumpin' news brier World N. Korea Hints It Might Accept U.S. Talks (AP) -- North Korea hinted Saturday that it would accept U.S. demands for multilateral talks to discuss the communist country's suspected nuclear weapons program. "If the U.S. is ready to make a bold switchover in its Korea policy for a settlement of the nuclear issue, the DPRK will not stick to any particular dialogue format," a North Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman was quoted as saying by the official KCNA news agency. DPRK stands for Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea, the North's official name. Until now, Pyongyang has insisted on direct talks with Washington to negotiate a nonaggression treaty. It sees the issue as a narrow dispute with the United States and President Bush, who has called North Korea part of an "axis of evil." &3Nation July 4 Shooting at LAX Ruled Terrorism (AP) An Egyptian immigrant who opened fire inside Los Angeles International Airport committed an act of terrorism, but he did it alone and was not tied to any terrorist organizations, federal officials have determined. Hesham Mohamed Hadayet, 41, killed two people at the ticket counter of El Al, Israel's national airline, and wounded several others in the July Fourth attack before he was fatally shot by an airline security guard. i i Local Funeral held for Utah's first war casualty (AP) Utah's first casualty in the war in Iraq, Staff Sgt. James Cawley, was buried Thursday with full military and police honors. Several hundred people gathered to attend a funeral service filled with music, poetry, ceremony and a "kind word or two," for Cawley. It was just as he had requested in a late night e-mail he wrote before being deployed to Iraq, his sister said. Pags 7 Pap 5 NetXNews is your student produced news source For breaking news and calendar evenis visit NetXNews.net CD rt- X 3 CO 3 ro o S3 2! GO 'nsrrsuHSM the hum b t:iltii:i; ;' NetXKevvs.net Don't forget, you can see NetXNews broadcast daily on the campus monitors every hour on the hour. Visit our website at www.netxnews.net and get daily updates of campus happenings, calendar events, and campus life and even check your email or visit the r UVSC home page. vv FT fi n J Tshirts outlining several victim's encounters with varied forms of abuse waved in the breeze last Thursday afternoon. The project is also a way for the victims to release their pain by sharing it. The shirts used in the project were made by people living in Utah County who were victims of some for of abuse or were friends of people that did not survive attacks. The shirts were displayed Thursday, April 10th through Saturday, April 12th. Each color of shirt represents a different type of abuse or violence. White is for those who have dies from domestic violence Yellow or beige are for those who have been battered or assaulted. Red, pink, or orange are for those who have been raped or sexually assaulted. Blue or green is for survivors of incest. Purple or lavender is for those who have been attacked because of their (perceived) sexual orientation. Black is for those w ho are attacked because of a disability, or became disabled as Dmitry Project Jamie TeeHink NetXNews Staff Panin reads the emotions and words expressed by some one who has been a survivor of incest or childhood sexual abuse at the Clothesline on the quad at UVSC. The Clothesline Project is a way of informing the public about domestic violence and it is a tribute to the victims. to Arby's in Orem), or call 863-8498. To comment on the article email: netxnewsnetxnews.net the result of an attack and gray is for those subjected to emotional abuse. Although these were the specified colors, people were free to use an alternate color or pattern if they chose. For more information on violence and sexual harassment prevention, visit the Equity Center, 1 160 South State Street. Suite 150 ext Courtesy Photo Utah renames its "Rachael Alert" Utah's Rachael Alert will now be known as the AMBER Alert. The name change is taking place to avoid any confusion between the statewide abduction alert, and the National AMBER Alert. The national and state plans send an emergency alert to the public when a child has been abducted and it is believed the child's life is in grave danger. When Utah launched the Rachael Alert a year ago, it was the ninth state to have a statewide plan. Today, 40 states have a statewide program and 36 states are now using the name AMBER Alert. "We can't have any confusion when we are trying to save an abducted child," said Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff. "The public, law enforcement officers and broadcasters need to be crystal clear about what needs to be done when an AMBER Alert goes out." "Amber" continued on pg. 3 NetNews News from the world wide web: NewxPolitics CNN.com Foxnfws.com wsj.com nytimes.com netxnews.net christiansciencemonitor.com Entertainment: theonion.com bored.com games.yahoo.com moviefone.com allthetests.com egreetings.com 'Music Online: billboard.com liquidaudio.com hardcorejukebox.com mtv.com launch.yahoo.com 'Student helps: howtostudy.com makingcollegecount.com edu.com fastweb.com firetalk.com Sports: uvsc.eduathletes majorleaguebaseball.com nflfans.com nfltalk.com nhl.com espn.go.com nba.com wnba.com I320kfan.com cougarnet.com It r.. I Courtesy Photo ush hails crumbling of Iraqi Regime Ov Ron Fournier iwialfd Press President Bush says Saddam Hussein's regime is "passing into history," though coalition forces may still face fierce combat."The conflict continues in Iraq, and our military may still face hard fighting. Yet the statues of the dictator and all the works of his terror regime are falling away," the president said Saturday in his weekly radio address. The remarks capped a week in which U.S. troops seized Saddam's capital, raided his pal aces and - providing an image that symbolized the collapse of his regime - helped jubilant Iraqis rip a statue of their toppled leader from its pedestal. "Over the last several days, the world has watched as the regime of Saddam Hussein began passing into history," Bush said. "We will always remember the first images of a nation released from decades of tyranny and fear." Bush taped the address Friday before visiting wounded U.S. troops and later flying to the Camp David presidential retreat "Bush" continued on pg. 3 iMiu.WP-.-i m ' ''" - "
|Title||UVSC College Times, 2003-04-14|
|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, 2003-04-14|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|