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r VOL L ISSUE 16 NOVEMBER 22, 2010 www.uvureview.com J Style Section. IT To Russia with love Photo Courtesy of Richard Portwood Student Body President Richard Portwood visits Russia to strenghten international relations. By John Anderson News Writer Student Body President Richard Portwood, accompanied by 14 fellow student body presidents from around the country, wrapped up an eight-day-long trip to Moscow to foster U.S. -Russian relations on Nov. 20. The presidents met with the Russian Agency for Youth affairs, an association that sponsors pro-Kremlin youth groups such as the Youth Guard and the Nashi, to share ideas on student government. "Building positive relationships between Russian and American youth is the goal," Portwood said when asked in an interview about the trip's purpose. Portwood offered the Russian Agency of Youth Affairs a copy of the UVU Constitution, since most Russian universities don't have a student council. Portwood was asked by Rusty Butler, associate vice president for International Affairs and Diplomacy, to gather fellow student body presidents from around the country to attend the meeting. The trip has been in the making since September and is completely funded by the Russian Government. When Portwood received the invitation, he immediately invited every student body president in the state of Utah to attend with a number of presidents from Ivy League schools such as Stanford, Harvard, Berkley and Georgetown. The Russian government sifted out many of Utah's larger schools such as The University of Utah and Continued on Page A3 r t i 4 r n i Mi ri -y , ' .-, "' ... : Gilbert CisnerosUVU Review A group of students and community residents show their opposition to Rep. Sandstrom's immigration bill. Thrifting, Layering love & ! The Beehive Bazaar: check out i UVU Review's first-ever Victory at regional Ethics Bowl By Meggie Woodfield News Writer On Nov. 13, the Ethics Bowl team won the Wasatch Regional Ethics Bowl competition against Westminster. The Wasatach Bowl is one of 10 regional competitions in the United States. Teams who win regional bowls are invited to attend the Intercollegiate National Ethics Bowl Fatal Rescue workers gather in Payson after a By Lindsey Linge Copy Chief A plane crash involving auniversity-owned Diamond Aircraft DA 20-C1 proved fatal in Payson on Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 1:08 p.m. Jamie Bennee, a 34-year-old flight instructor and 25-year-old David Whitney, an Aviation student, were conducting a routine training flight, although it is unclear who was piloting at the time of the crash. Neither survived and an investigation by the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board is taking place. Payson resident Jose Torres re i; 1 fi A Y WILL "DRAW por FOOD? Tke v1 Was a contest for ou. competition that will be hosted in Cincinnati this March. "I feel like we were prepared really well," said Lauren Hill, team member. "We had the strongest arguments, and I think our team was prepared way more than the other teams." This semester's team was made up of seven students: Michael Het-zel, Lauren Hill, Alec McCullough, Continued on Page A3 crasla of UVU fatal plane crash involving an instructor Although cause unclear, campus mourns ported hearing "a big thud," immediately followed by sirens. Two or three minutes later, he stepped outside to see emergency personnel already surrounding the plane crash two doors down the street from his home. Across the street, 9-year-old Dal-ton Christensen and his classmates at Wilson Elementary heard a sound "just like a kabosh ... like a bomb going off." Principal Ron Penrod ran outside upon hearing of the accident and found police, firefighters and a plane that was "crinkled and bent in two." A man who passed by the scene of the accident commented that the 1 vV" v My Word! a delicious touchstones release party. B3 , J'. The Ethics Bowl Team wins the Regional raise money for nationals. I F r I v and a student from UVU's Aviation Department. plane "couldn't have hit a better place." It avoided hitting both the school and nearby homes, crashing instead on the front lawn and driveway of a home on 500 West between 400 and 500 South. There were no injuries or fatalities on the ground. Candace Harris, a witness to the accident, told the Salt Lake Tribune that it appeared that the plane was doing "barrel rolls" before spinning nose down. Other eyewitness accounts state that it seemed the engine stopped before it spiraled out of control. Officials say that there was no radio contact with or distress calls from the plane, which departed from Provo Municipal Airport, immedi Debatable dynamics of immigration By Elizabeth Steele News Writer A considerable uproar could be heard throughout the halls of UVU as the Revolutionary Students Union club protestors stood outside the ballroom auditorium chanting "Shame on Sandstorm" on Thursday, Nov. 18. The debate that is one of many that will be held at the request of student government and their professors. Their objective is to participate in controversial issues so they may be well versed in all kinds of arguments.Five individuals were asked to help educate student by volunteering their time. These officials include t Y - 4 Jake BuntjerUVU Review competition and are now looking to Randy NielsonUVU Review. loss ately prior to the crash. Upon hearing about the accident, President Matthew Holland sent a notification to the UVU community via email, stating, "I know that .we all join together in offering our deepest condolences to the family and acquaintances of those whose lives were cut short today as well as our friends in the Aviation Science department." ' ; Similarly, Associate Vice President for University Marketing and Communications Chris Taylor said that this is "a terrible, terrible day for us" and that the school "has lost two family members." He emphasized Continued on Page A2 '. - plane Utah legislators Rep. Stephen Sand-strom, R-Orem, and Chris Herrod; R-Provo. The debate also included Esperanza Granados of American Civil Liberties Union of Utah; Dimi-; tri Mumulidisz, executive director' of Utah Democratic Lawyers Council; and Mark Alvarez, an immigration attorney and member of the Utah Minority Bar Association. ; ;; Sandstrom was the official pror testors were focused on, because of a policy he has written that some say has many similarities to the controversial policy that Arizona's Gov-Jan Brewer enacted. Sandstrom tried to make it clear that his policy differs from Arizona in many ways. ; Continued on Page A6 ! I . '
|Title||UVU Review, 2010-11-22|
|Description||UVU Review is the student newspaper for Utah Valley University, starting with June 02, 2008.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Valley University--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
|Source||UVU Review, 2010-11-22|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|