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RADEW1ND VOLUME 1. NUMBER 18 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF PROVO MAY 5, 1973 Of THE NEW STUDENTBODY officers were sworn inatthe movie held at the Fox last Thursday. They are: Bill Stuver, Student Awareness; Mel Poulsen, Vice-president; Denise Conant, Public Relations: Cathy Johnson, Publicity; Dennis Golden, Officers Sworn In, Ready To Work Now Bill Rogers and his new staff took over the responsibilities of student government Thursday morning after being sworn in by President Sorenson. "We want to congratulate the old (outgoing) studentbody officers in the fine job they did, Bill stated. "We are looking forward to a very exciting year and will be needing the help and support of each of the students." "I think we have an excellent student council," added Mel Poulson, Executive Vice President. "They are excited to get down to business and plan a year full of activity for 1975-76." "I have been kept busy trying to keep track of and organize all the business of the new studentbody officers," Marsha Hacking, Women's Vice President stated. "I didn't think there was so much involved in student government." Other new officers include. ROBERT VanNoy was chosen to the UTC Women's Organization. - - i -. ' r - . I ' ! ' ' ( (,r !'"- l l. . Dennis Golden, as Activities Chairman. Dennis is majoring in Electrical Automation and plans to graduate next spring. Having served as the Social Vice President at Snow College, Dennis is well qualified for this position.Barbara Roundy, a freshman in Office Education, will serve as Executive Secretary during the coming year. She is looking forward to working in student government because "she likes working in a leadership position and being able to work with other people." "I am interested in people. I like going to school at UTC and I like to be involved," said Darrell Cornford the new Financial Chairman. Darrell will be busy next year keeping track of who is spending the student funds as well as where they are being spent. Deb Lowder, a freshmanElec-tronics Technicial major, willbe receive a scholarship from Activities; Deb Lowder, Intramurals; Barbara Roundy, Secretary; Bruce Whitaker, Off-Campus Rep.; Marsha Hacking, Women's V.P.; Darrell Cornford, Financial; and Bill Rogers, President. working as the Intramurals Chairman. "I want to raise the image of UTC an to even higher level than it has been raised to this year. I feel I can do this by having a higher quality of Intramural Activities," Deb stated. Public Relations willbe headed next year by Denise Conant, a freshman in Fashion Merchandising. Denise has got a lot of new ideas that she is anxious to try, and is looking forward to "a really great year." "I love to make things and I have a big mouth I" said Cathy Johnson, Publicity Chairman for 1975-76. Cathy, a freshman in Fashion Merchandising, thinks that Publicity will be a really fun job even if it is a lot of hard work. "I will be needing a lot of help, so anyone with any artistic talentplease volunteer."Bill Stuver has his work cut Scholarship Won By Robert VanNoy Robert VanNoy, a cabinet making and millworking student, was chosen by UTC's Women's Organization to receive their scholarship. Robert was chosen from six applicants. This was announced in the annual Spring Luncheon of the club on May 3rd. Robert grew up in Twin Falls, Idaho. He has attended Idaho State University for two years. He also served in the Alabama Florida mission. He is married and has a son. He says that his marriage was the high point in his life. Most of his goals are family-centered. Robert plans to finish the cabinet making course in 1976 and take a year of building construction. He plans to make cabinets and remodel. out for him as the new Student Awareness chairman. "I believe that through hard work students can become interested in UTC as more than a play pen. Student apathy is the schools most serious problem. I believe I can help reverse that trend," Bill added. As off campus representatives for the coming school year will be Bruce Whitaker, representing the Norton Building, and James Noor lander, representing the Bonham Building. Bruce says, "We need a representative from the off campus buildings on the student council. That way we will have a voice in activities that will interest all the students." James agrees with Bruce and added, "Some students at the main building don't even know that there are any students off campus. We hope to change that and get a few more kids involved in the planning and participation of activities for next year." CALENDAR May 6., May 7 May 8, 9, 10 May 9, 10 Inflation Causes Tuition Increase Total tuition and fees for full-time resident in-state students have been raised $15 per quarterfrom $103 to$118 for Utah Technical College at Provo, President Wolson W. Sorensen announced today. The requested increase was approved Tuesday by the Utah State Board of Regents, meeting at Utah Tech in Provo, along with tuition and fee raises granted for several other Utah colleges. All increases were in line with the adopted state wide tuition policv. Out-of-state residents attending Utah Tech will also pay more $318 per quarter total tuition and fees compared to a previous $312. The foregoing totals are for full-time students taking 10 credit hours per quarter or more, said Presiden Sorensen. a scaled down amount will apply for part-time students, based on the number of credit hours taken. Of the $113 per quarter for a full-time resident under the new schedule, $92 will be tuition and registration and the remaining $26 for student fees as follows: Activity fee, $6; building fee, $15; insurance, $1; and student union fee, $4. "We still have one of the lowest college tuition totals in the state," said President Sor-ensen,"and for the quality type of individualized instruction we are able to give at Utah Technical College at Provo, we feel it remains an excellent educational bargain. Most othe Utah colleges are raising their tuition a fact necessitated by inflationary costs. We feel our increase is modest when all factors areconsidered." President oorensen noted it has been five years since a tuition increase was invoked at UTC. OF EVENTS Baseball, UTC vs, Ricks Away Motorcross atSuntana, 1:00 p.m, No School After 12 Northern Regionals Baseball at Timp Park Rodeo Spanish Fork Arena 7:30 Fri., 1:30 & 7:30 Sat.
|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;|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|