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r SSUE 12 v--' OCTOBER 25, 2010 www.uvurevie n I t 71 Read our review of Noises Off, the theater department's most hilarious production to date on Bl Learn about B.A.C.A.'s efforts to protect children from child abuse. A4 MTQ) 1DJ VL 1 N(D)Vo 1 1 c::r::::.5 V u I Jake BuntjerUVU Review The men's basketball team returns leading scorer Jordan Swarbrick, senior all-star forward Justin Baker, junior center Rory Fannon, junior guard Kevin Woods and senior guard Shawn Deadwiler. Preseason exhibition play begins Nov. 3 and regular season play begins Nov. 12 as they host the University of Maine. Turn to section C for the full basketball preview. Debate focuses on education By Tom Larsen News Writer Gov. Gary Herbert and Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon faced off for the fourth gubernatorial debate in UVU's Grande Ballroom on Wednesday Oct. 6. With an audience of mostly students and some community members, Herbert and Corroon 's debate focused on education rather than campaign finance, which has been the main topic of previous debates.One of the main concerns to come up was that of tuition costs and being able to get a quality education.Corroon's approach to dealing with the issue was to cap tuition cost for students when they enter the higher education system, so they know the costs and can plan for the two or four years they will be in school. "We shouldn't put the burden of balancing the budget on the backs of our students," said Corroon. "We shouldn't burden our young people any more than they have to be burdened to get a college education." Herbert said that capping tuition is not the answer and is bad economics. He said improving the economy and creating more income taxes, to be earmarked to go into the education fund, would help offset tuition costs. He also suggested private donations as another source. "It's a collective effort. There is no silver bullet out there," Herbert said. "The private sector needs to step up and help out. Those who have gone through the system and had some success can give money back and help create scholarships." DEBATE A2 Here are the fall enrollment numbers and accompanying years: 1 -1 ii, 00 o !' (0 s? CO CO 0) 1 Q pj CO ! !-8 CM CM CM C co xq CO CO r -WW r x 11 II II II 1980 1990 2000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 From 2009-2010 there has been a 13.5 percent increase in enrollment.Over the past three years, there has been a growth of 38 percent, an increase of nearly 9,000 students. Heartache and hope By Jarom Moore " - News Writer During the Vietnam War, 58,000 soldiers were killed. During that same time 5 1 ,000 women in the United States were killed by men claiming to love them. t Eye opening that it's so close to home. Its shocking just that there are so many. J J -Leslie Bybee The Clothesline Project, held on Oct. 20-21, was created in order to bring statistics, like those mentioned above, into the public view. The project uses T-shirts and three distinct sounds to convey their message. CLOTHESLINE A4 . i ! ' . . P'-M 1 if Gilbert CisnerosUVU Review Victims of abuse express their pain and hope on t-shirts as part of the clothesline project.
|Title||UVU Review, 2010-10-25|
|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, 2010-10-25|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|