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cm Vol. 7 No. 5 UTAH It ( IINK l. C Oi l IXii: AT PROVO October 24, 1978 Mckay and Richardson to Speak at UTC Gunn McKay and Jed Richardson will be coming to the Utah Technical College Orem campus on October 25th. They will be speaking on their campaign issues at 12:00 in the student center lounge area. Gunn McKay is the currant incumbant in the congressional seat and Jed Richardson is currantly cam-painging for that position. Business Seminar Sponsored The UTCP&O Business Dept. is sponsoring an eight week small business seminar. The courses are designed to help the small businessman improve his business management practices. The business seminar is held each Thursday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Business Building, room 146A on the Orem campus. The fee for the seminar including all materials is $62.00. Some of the topics to be discussed in the seminar, The UTC Beard Growing Contest was put In the national spotlight by Paul Harvey. He commented that the UTC was an equal opportunity school In that it opened its contest to both men and women. First place for style was Dennis Hatch pictured here with cheerleaders Jennifer England & Diane Nightingale. Bruce Morgan, first place for length is on page 3. I.C.C. Elects Chairman By Douglas L. Burr ICC (Inter Club Council) had its first meeting Wednesday, Oct. 11. The main purpose of the meeting was to elect an ICC chairman. It was proposed that the moninees would present a political platform to the general body of ICC on Oct. 18th. Ui Poloai is acting as the head of ICC until the chairman is elected. The inter club council is designed to correlate club activities with the student council, and help out the various clubs with activities and events. Club week was postponed until November 20-22 so that the clubs would which will continue to run through Nov. 30th, include; "How to Dress for Success", a course designed to empha size the importance of dress in sales and customer relations, "Women in Management" and "Record Keeping Systems". Information A student directory will be published shortly with the students' addresses and telephone numbers. Any student wishing for this in- . New have more time to prepare and so that other clubs could participate in it. Club week is a week full of activities and club work to advertise how to become involved in a school club. Clubs offer field trips, dances, and retreats to grow in leadership. The new officers for the Inter club Council have been chosen. In a meeting held October 18, 1978 Lee Barrus was elected Chairman, Robert Hopkins first co-chairman and Bill Lathrop second co-chairman. There were about twelve present at the meeting to represent the various clubs and organizations that are sponsored at UTC. Jerry Conder, department chairman of the business management- dept., commented that the success of the seminars in past years has brought a greater increase of involvement and understanding of the business world to students and local businessmen alike. Release Set formation to be withheld should go to the registrars office. Deadline for the informa tion to be removed is October 27th at 2 p.m. Institute Molds By LeGrand Jack The L.D.S. Institute of Religion officially opened the fall quarter on October 11th, with a social held at the institute building on the Orem campus. Approximately 200 to 250 people were in attendance, according to Rex Reeve Jr., the director of whe institute. The social began at 6 p.m. with activities such as volleyball, flag football and croquet. A meal followed the activities, during which a film was shown entitled "John Bakers Last Race". The evenings festivities were concluded by remarks on a positive attitude and self image by George Durrant, who is a regional representative of the L.D.S. church. The Interclub Council was held Oct. 16 and new officers were elected. From the left they are first co-chairman Robert Hopkins, chairman Lee Barrus and second co-chairman Bill Lathrop. Photo by Richard Braun. Council Strives for Impact By Douglas L. Burr The UTC student council has been fighting an uphill battle for student participation. In a recent council meeting officers said they are always trying to find some way to get students involved in school activities. According to the activity committee the Orientation Dance was a good example. They said the effort to have a well organized dance was time consuming, then to Approximately 250 people attended the opening social of the Orem Institute of Religion. The social included games, food, a movie and a speaker. The LDSSA student council were pleased with the turn out. Photo by LeGrand Jack. 1 ! 6 ! i have seven percent of the student body come was a let down. The main concern of the student council was how they can get students to get involved and build student pride. Bruce Burnett brought up the idea of new UTC tee shirts to be given away as doorprize at school dances. "The people of Utah Valley need to know that UTC is a place with student pride and tee shirts are one way to show we have it," he Opening Social N -Nv.-, . , 1 . v i I said. The council is planning a drawing for a car and motorcycle. The proceeds will go to the Mental Retardation Foundation. The council hopes this will show that the students can rally for a good purpose. The council stressed they want to make the 1978-79 school year one to remember. They felt student support in these activities will help make this year worth remembering.
|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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