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UTC Challenge '84 Underway UTC page 3 TRADEWINDS Volume 12 Number 10 G(i3Q(3a,G:oDD Poo1 nJe&3mes(u3ay by Kathleen L. Plothow Wednesday's Dedication Ceremonies will include a list of Utah dignitaries and visitors. The formality will begin at 11:00 am and continue until 12:30 pm. Protocol will open with a prayer by Studentbody Vice-President Tom Nicholes. President J. Marvin Higbee will give opening remarks. Dr. Ralph Kerr, Executive Vice-President of Brigham Young University and a member of the UTC Insitu-tional Council, will give an acceptance address on behalf of the Council. Dr. Kerr will then be followed by Kem Gardner. Gardner is the Chairman of the Utah State Board of Regents. Gardner will accept the finished building, representing the Regents. A musical number will follow the short speeches, by Utah's pride, the Utah Valley Symphony. President Gordon B. Hin-ckley, second counselor in ths. The student newspaper at Utah Technical College is taking on a new look today, with a change in the masthead. The name of the newspaper is now "The Press", with a small Tradewinds across the top. The UTC Board of Publications approved the change in masthead in their latest board meeting Thursday. The change was unanimous. The new masthead was designed by Dora Zale, Assistant Editor, Kathleen Plothow, Editor-in-Chief and Branden Miller, Business Manager. All three feel the name change was necessary in updating the image of the newspaper. 'Tradewinds was a good name for the paper when this college was known as Trade Tech'. Now we avoid calling the school by that name. Also the name "Tradewinds" has been hard for the community to accept. When we tell someone we're from "The Tradewinds", they think it's some oriental restaurant," said . .... Mf.i-it ,..NW, ".---? . y-,-;-,,-.y, ;:. . Pa9e 1R 4 i I i A The Official presidency for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, will deliver a dedicatory address. Hinckley currently helps lead the 5V2 million plus religion. The Utah Valley Symphony will provide a closing musical selection. Esther Avellino, Intercollegiate Club Council Studentbody Representative, will give the closing prayer. Everyone is then welcome to attend an open reception in the Student Center. The Student Center is also part of the dedicatory ceremony due to the additions, expansions, and remodeling. The Student Center expansion includes: a new office for the student newspaper, the TRADEWINDS PRESS, new bookstore, large gameroom, Grand Ballroom, Crafts Center, up-stairs television lounge, administrative offices for student services, and other student servicerelaxation areas. The cafeteria has also -received some excellent. Kathleen Plothow. There has been a student newspaper at UTC since 1972. The first advisor was LeVar Rockwood, who is now Administrative Vice President for the School. Another faculty advisor was June Brown, who teaches English and Office Ed. courses. She was followed by Pamela Elrod. Elaine Englehardt is the current faculty advisor. This is her ninth year with the paper. She also teaches English and Journalism courses at the school. When Elaine started with the Tradewinds, the office was in a very small room on the Provo campus. "We couldn't even fit the whule staff into the room. We had to use some of the hallway. The darkroom was even worse. It was a one man operation," she laughed. When the first portion of the student center was complete, the Tradewinds was moved to a very spacious location on the Orem campus. It has r . i n . n Sports "Looking Good!" 4 Student Newspaper of Utah Technical College at Provo Provo, remodeling. To finalize the event filled day, a special luncheon will be held for invited guests and dignitaries. The entire function will be an unprecendented event with many interesting actitivties continuing throughout the day. Students should plan on attending these provided events. Not only does the expansion of the College continue to lend credibility to the entire school, but the new school pride should be felt throughout the studentbody. "We hope that students will participate in the dedication services. It's a great opportunity for all of us." remarked Dr. Lucille Stoddard, Vice-President for Academic Affairs. Utah Technical College at Provo is continually on advancement to better provide some of the finest facilities in the state for students and j faculty. This is indeed, a time ! of dignity and respect for everypoe involved. - f DO undergone three other moves, including one lackluster year in the lawn mower repair shop on the Provo campus. The newspaper has also gone through automation changes. The paper is now typeset by the students on the staff, and is transmitted by modem to a Compugraphic typesetter for hard copy. Members of the staff learn I reporting, editing, photography, layout, and typesetting, as part of their experience with the newspaper. The offices are currently located in SC204. Any student who is taking at least one credit at UTC can write for the paper. Students can join the newspaper staff by signing up for Journalism 198. Currently there are about 35 members of the staff, with about ten editorial positions. Besides having an academic class, the staff also functions as a social outlet with a couple of parties each quarter. Coca-Cola and Activities kernel Accessories. 3 n Julie Holman Chosen Miss UTC by Lynne Jolley On Friday, November 16, Julie Holman was chosen as Miss UTC 1985, at the Annual Miss UTC Scholarship Pageant. Three girls were selected out of thirteen contestants vying for the crown. Jeanne Marie Sammis was chosen as First Attendant, with Kristie Dee Snarr as Second Attendant. The theme for the pageant was "I Like Dreamin'" and it opened with a warm welcome given by Natalie Marrott, Miss UTC 1984. When the Master of Ceremonies, Todd Mortensen, took over the mike, he made the comment that he was glad it was the judges who had to make the decision and not him. He then entertained the audience with the theme song, while the contestants prepared for the production number. The production number was a song and dance routine to the "Laverne and Shirley" show theme song, "Making Our Dreams Come True." The contestants were dressed in colorful clothes in the 1950s style. Though they might have Data Processing Plan Open House On December 6, 1984, the Accounting and Data Processing Department will host an open house from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm to show-off their new Data Processing Computer Lab. This lab is located in the Businesss Building on the Orem Campus. ; The department now has 60 1CM personal computers, a Wells Fargo Aided vvmi uunaicu page 11 page 8 Utah 84603 Monday, ::.':WY v. been nervous inside, the girls were confident in their performance. The audience was delighted and gave them a healthy, loud applause. When they again appeared in their evening gowns, the audience was treated to a delightful variety of styles and a few words of personal philosophy from each girl. The talent portion was full of musical numbers and heavy on dance routines. Each contestant showed rugged individualism and appeared professional and competent. Guest entertainment moved the evening along to the big moment, selecting the new queen. The emcee called the thirteen girls out on stage and tension mounted while they and the audience waited for the winners to be announced. Julie Holman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holman of Delta, Utah. The new Miss UTC has had ten years of piano, and three years of dance and voice. She likes to sew and made her own evening gown. Miss Holman plans on getting an Associate Degree as a PDP 1144, and a number of local terminals connected to the school's mainframe. A classroom-area equipped with 24 IBM PC's has been designed for group instruction and is used for training in Word Perfect, Lotus 1-2-3, CYMA and several languages including BASIC and Pascal. There will be a demonstration on the equipment, an op-purtunity to watch students at Miss UTC and Attendants November 26, 1984 medical secretary and continue education in Fashion Design. For her talent number, she performed a piano solo. The Queen wins a3A full scholarship, a color portrait, experience and memories. Jeanne Marie Sammis is the daughter of Mary Nuttall and Norm and Eileen Sammis of Orem, Utah. Kristie Dee Snarr is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Snarr of Layton, Utah. Other entertainers and special guests for the evening were Jerryne Remington, Nancy Ayers (Miss Utah 1985), Kim Ethington, Joey, Matt, Jeff and Kerri. The judges were Francine Christensen, David Haws, Marilyn Nielson, Melanie Par-rish, and Bryce Taylor. The 1984 Queen's farewell speech marked the end of a year's reign for Natalie Marrott. She said that being able to compete in the Miss Utah Pageant was one of the most exciting experiences of her life. This year's Miss UTC will also be eligible to compete for the coveted Miss Utah title. work, and some hands-on trials for those interested. ITT will be demonstrating their latest entry into the computer market, MSC of Orem will show a Macintosh Computer, and Radio Shack will display their latest equipment. All students are invited to attend the open house whether they are enrolled in Data Processing or not. Bring a guest!
|Title||Tradewinds: The Press, 1984-11-26|
|Description||Tradewinds:The Press, formerly the Tradewinds, was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem between November 26, 1984 and January 31, 1985. It would subsequently be known as The UTC Press from February 07, 1985 to June 1, 1987.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
|Source||Tradewinds: The Press, 1984-11-26|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|