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SB rRADEWIND j VOL. 5, NO. 3 ' UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF PROVO OCT. 4, 1976 OTCP MiSoios Plaelly ftoue Horn The Utah Technical College at Provo finally has a home for its activities ranging from Basketball, to dances. It's the old BYU women's Gym and it is being leased to the school on a monthly basis. The Gym wasofficially rented to the school on Oct. 1, however, negotiations for obtaining it have been underway since May of 1975. President Wilson Sorenson, aided by LaVar Rockwood, and Dr. Wayne Kearney have obtained the building for $450 per month. Vince Miner will be in charge of scheduling for the building. It will be open to students and faculty in many areas, but must be scheduled through Mr. Miner. "We will have practice rooms for the Inter Collegiate Baseball, Basketball, and even a room for the mechanical bronc," said Dr. Kearney. He also added that there will be no towel or soap service at the gym. "Students must bring their own towels, and locks for lockers. We won't have a laundry service, or rent out gym trunks," he added. The students will be responsible to take care of the building. Any damages will be paid by the school, as well as maintenance. Major repairs such as a boiler blowing up would be paid by the owners. The gym provides a variety of functions. Students can enjoy a dance room, weight room, volleyball and badmitten courts as well as shower facilities. r r JU - -lir-T. -" "xv.jf". tyS WSy ' ihhiiii ,va " 1 1 mmmmmm m j - -iri UIL j " w. "rT1 ' ' , , 'Sw.' f v ! ' .'" .: 1 -...- t. , . i i ! j 3. it ! j ? ;E; u ; If ,1 i " f-'Vr n ft . , : r. THE WOMEN'S GYM located in Provo next to the old Kentucky fried" chicken building has been rented for UTCS athletic programs. Utah Technical College At Provo Opens On Two Campuses Utah Technical College at Provo, which began as a World War II manpower training center in flimsy barracks, has opened its 35th year on two campuses. Some 300 students began classes in the first structure completed on the new Orem campus, the Automotive Trades Building, while the rest of an expected enrollment of over 3000 entered the Provo campus. Diesel, auto mechanics and auto body students moved from off-campus rented quarters in Provo to the Orem location the beginning of the fulfillment of a dream for a new and larger campus necessitated by outgrowth of the Provo facilities. NOTICE! In last week's issue of Tha Tradewinds the price rates for the Synesthesia production were! printed wrong. The correct cost of admission is $ 2 for all students with activity cards, and $2.50 for the general public. According to President Wilson W. Sorensen, some 700 more students in the busines education division will move to the new campus at the beginning of the winter quarter soon after Jan. 1, 1977. This will be made possible by the completion of the Business Education Building to house them. The move to the Orem campus of some 1,000 students by the end of this school year will still not make additional room in the permanent Provo campus. The automotive transfer will provide quarters for students previously in rented off-campus facilities. The opening of the Business Education Building in the winter quarter will take care of students previously housed in temporary classroom trailers moved onto the north parking lot of the Provo campus. A third building on the new Orem campus is scheduled to open soon after Jan. 1, b ut this will not have facilities for CONTINUED ON PAGE SEVEN N . ; 1 tV i v W: v :' J 4 1 ' . I i. t.; .,1 UTC STUDENTBODY officers forthecoming year are: Row 1, Blake Buhler, Executive Vice President; Ruth Jex, Executive Secretary; Bill Reese, Studentbody President. Row 2, Tom Hover, Advisor; Marie Crosland, Director of Finances; Darrel Cornford, acting as ICC Chairman; Monica Lee, Cultural Vice President; Row 3, Gus Ewell, Intermurals Vice President. Row 4, i V' :. V. W'M'M 14 Luckie Gordon, Special Events Vice President; Bud Goff, Academic andStudent Awareness Vice President;DarrelWimmer,Public Relations and Publicity Vice President; Wade Mecham, Social E vents Vice President. These officers are around to help students with any problems they might have or hear any opinions voiced.
|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|