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3 TRADEWIND VOL. 4, NO. 24 , UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE QF PROVO , JUNE 2. 1976 I y" v v 1 t. !.,, .,..; ..,......,. i , -.ni,i ,ii .i-,t .iniiniiir ii.ii. i .,., I, ,,. ,,.. i i iin.i...ii n in I PRESIDENT SORENSEN presented Bill Reese, the new studentbody at the swear in held Tuesday, Reece Receives "Tools of Trade" Tuesday, May 18th, at the Fox Theater, the installation of the new studentbody officers took place. Installed were Bill Reese, studentbody president; Blake Buh-ler, executive vice president; Debi Madsen, Social Vice President; Monica Lee, Cultural Vice Preisent; Lucky Gordon, Special Events Vice President; Bud Goff, Student Awareness and Academics Vice President; and Gus Ewell, Intramural Vice Pre sident. Veterans Club Holds Barbecue The annual Veterans club party was held Friday May 9th, atKel-lys Grove. Cost was $3. 00 per couple, or single Vet., and $3.00 per any number of children. T-bones, pork ribs, and hamburgers were barbecued over an open hearth, and partying went on into the early morning hours. Bliss Nisonger reminded Vets that as of June 1st, 122 Vets would loose their benefits or be terminated due to hesitance on their part. ' ' "Those' Vets ' going -to- school the 18th. President Sorensen did the swearing in of the new officers. Last years officers were also released. A metal gavel was presented to Bill Reese by PresidentSoren-sen. "Bill, in industry, you need the tools of your trade. This gavel is representative of the tools that you will need,stated Sorensen.Afterwards, the students enjoyed the movie One Hundred Guns. on the certificate programs' should reconsider," warned Nisonger, "because it's really not worth it, and many Vets don't realize this." "It would be a good idea for all Vets who will be attending summer quarter, to come into the office and make sure they are cleared for summer." Nisonger mentioned. He also brought attention to Democratic Gary Heart, senator of Colorado, who is pushing to pass a bill which would give Vets due process of law for the first time. H president, with a metal gavel i attention I J If you have lost or misplaced an item, please come in and check our lost and found department. If you have lost any of the following items come and see us: Books, coats, jackets, sweaters, gloves, umbrellas, scarfs, sun glasses, glass cases notebooks, keys, purse, pencil case, jewelry, belts, hair brush. PLEASANT GROVE V ALKY RE yearbook. Thank you. Maxwell To Address Grads Dr. Neal A. Maxwell, assistant to the council of twelve apostles for the IDS Church, will be the guest speaker at UTC's commencement ceremonies, June 3 at the Provo Tabernacle.The graduation exercises will begin at 8 p.m. and will honor more than 2C0 graduates with diplomas and certificates of achievement. School officials remind all graduates to be lined up by 7:30 p.m. They also suggest that those planning toattend the ceremonies should attend the short practice session to be held the morning of June 3 at 10 a.m. at the Provo Tabernacle. Accountancy Applications Nov Available Applications for Fall 1976-adi mission to the Institute of Professional Accountancy (IPA) at Brigham Young University are now being accepted. Qualified students should apply as soon as possible to insure admittance to the program. The IPA is one of four programs within BYU's Graduate School of Management. It offers a three-year professional accounting program leading to both the BJS. and master of accountancy degrees. Dr. K. Fred Skousen, director of the IPA, said the program is divided into two phases. Phase I begins in a student's junior year which is based upon two years of general education and pre-profession study. Phase I begins in a student's junior year which is based upon two years of general education and pre-profession study. Phase n includes study of general business and general accounting as well as an opportunity to specialize in one or more of the following areas: Financialaudit, management, accounting, taxation, and management advisory service. BYU applications to Phase II must have successfully completed Phase I with a GPA of 3.0. Others already holding a B.S. degree in accounting enter j LA DR. NEAL A. MAXWELL will be the guest speaker at the commencement ceremony on June 3rd. directly into Phase II and will generally be able to finish the Master of Accountancy degree in less than the two years normally required for Phase II. Patterned after professional programs such as law and medicine, the .IPA is a new approach to teaching accounting. According to Dr. Skouse, BYU's program has received national acclaim as a comprehensive and carefully planned professional accounting program and as one of the first of its kind in the nation. The IPA program is designed to emphasize those qualities needed by professional accountants. Students find frequent opportunity to develop written and oral communication skills, interact effectively insmalJ groups, to performpersuasive arguments and to sharpen thinking and comprehension of complex concepts. Graduates of the IPA are prepared to pass professional examinations and have excellent prospects for employment. Starting salaries for Master of Accountancy graduates range from $13,000 to $17,000. Applications and further information may be obtained from the Institute of ProfessionalAccoun-tancy, 348 JKB, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah 84602. -7 .
|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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