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1 n r. -Cf jOMWii MMMMMi) few THE OFFICIAL STUDENT NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVO-OREM' Thursday, March 7, 1985 Volume 13 Number 21 Bangerter Signs Degree D ratio Law for YecEi Colleges Salt Lake City-Gov. Norman Bangerter signed into law the bill which allows Utah Technical College to award the Associate of Science degrees for graduating students, last Friday, March 1, 1985 at the State Capital building. Along with President J. Marvin Higbee, UTC at Pro-voOrem dignataries visiting were: Gill Cook, representative to the recent legislative sessions, Veonne Howlett, Doug Warner, studentbody president Jay Deuel, Linda Walton, and other UTC representatives. Calling the event one of the most significant events to happen to the College, President Higbee continues to anticipate future improvements for the College. The Associate of Science degree has been in a "probationary" state for the past three years. Closely monitored reports were regularly sent to the Utah State Board of Regents. The newly signed degree requires that students fulfill 96 total units of credit. This degree will easily transfer to other state colleges and universities. This degree will offer serveral combinations of classes centered on technical and general skills or a combination of both. Other improvements that the college and administration will continue to work toward is the controversial name change and increasing monies appropriated for up-dating instructional equipment. is k ull Laura Thomas and Cindy Sanders receive All-Conference honors. Phtotos by John Pack. WICAC Regional Championship Games at UTC By Pat O'Malley The Lady Wolverines will be hosting the W.I.C.A.C. Regional Championship games. The UTC squad will be the number one seed from the South and will face the number two seed from the North, being Ricks or Northern Idaho. The Lady Wolvs finished the year with an excellent record of 18-2 overall and 9-1 in conference play. The UTC team and head coach, Tom Perkins, gained top recognition this year by receiving several awards. Laura Thomas and Cindy Sanders were selected All Conference players for 1984-85. Sheri Davies was chosen 2nd team and Michelle Burnett got Honorable Mentions for All Conference. Head coach Tom Perkins was picked as the W.I.C.A.C. Coach of the Year. The UTech squad will be starting their attack in the W.I.C.A.C. tourney with four freshmen and one sophomore. As the guards, freshmen Michelle Burnett, with an average of 10.2 points, and Sheri Davies, with a 13 point average, will start. Forewards will be Cindy Sanders (average 11.7) and sophomore Tammy Snow. Snow averages 9.5 points a game. - Laura Thomas will 'round out the team as center. Thomas is the high scorer for the "pack attack" with 14.2 average points per game. The winner of the four teams in W.I.C.A.C action will join 17 other teams in the national tournament to be held in Mississippi later this month. Students, faculty, administration and staff are encouraged to come and watch the Lady Wolverines on their home court in the UTC Activities Center. Games will begin this Friday, March 8. UTC's first game will be at 7:00 p.m. There will be a $2 admission charge for all spectators. Even though this is a UTC home court, it is considered neutral due to the Regional Tournament. All entrants will be charged the worthwhile $2 fee. n . ' i mm ' ' S 'ym ''if'- 1 ' J ? " if y !:' ' ' "' " I t ' f -; til y h , i :: 'it lj C. ; ' j f J : Legislator Jim Moss, President Higbee and UTC at Salt Lake representatives watch as Governor Bangerter signs into law the new AS Degree. Photo by Kathleen Plothow. eadHnmies Seft ffp Spurning All students registering prior to or on March 15, must make final payment of their tuition and fees by March 15th. New students, transfer students, and re-admitted students will register by priority appointments on March 19 and 20th. On March 20th, final payment of tuition and fees for all students must be made. From noon to 7 p.m. on March 20th, will be "open" registration for all students. On March 21, 1985, instruction begins for Spring classes. Certain lab classes require that you attend within the first three days to hold your place, as lab space is limited. Late registration fees and adddrop fees are then in effect. April 4th, will be the last day a class may be added for Spring Quarter and the last day to drop without a "W" showing. April 19th, will be the last day to drop, change to audit, or withdraw from a class or classes. The Spring Class Schedule has all pertinent information and may be purchased for .50 at the UTC Bookstore. INSTRUCTIONS: Read across to the day(s) ot your class: then read down to tind the 6'artipg time ot that class. This is your FINAL EXAM day and time. Students having more than two exams on one day, may request a rescheduling o the third exam at a different time. See your instructor to make this arrangement. If your class begins at And is on the following days: Time M, W, F. MW, MF, MWF. MTWTHF MTWTH, MWTHF, MTTHF, MTWF T, TH, TTH, TWTHF Your final exam schedule is: 7:00 or 7:30 1st Day 7:00 - 8:30 2nd Day 7:00-8:30 8:00 or 8:30 1st Day 8:30 - 10:00 2nd Day 8:30-10:00 9:00 or 9:30 3rd Day 8:30 - 10:00 2nd Day 1:00-2:30 10:00 or 10:30 1st Day 10:00- 11:30 2nd Day 10:00-11:30 11:00 or 11:30 3rd Day 10.00 - 11:30 2nd Day 2:30-4:00 12:00 or 12:30 ' 1st Day 11:30 - 1:00 2nd Day 11:30-1:00 1:00 or 1:30 3rd Day 11:30- 1:00 3rd Day 1:00-2:30 2:00 or 2:30 1st Day 1:00 - 2:30 1st Day 2:30-4:00 3:00 or 3:30 1sf Day 4:00 - 5:30 3rd Day 4:00-5:30 4:00 or 4:30 1st Day 5:30 - 7:00 2nd Day 2:30-4:00 5:00 or 5:30 3rd Day 5:30 - 7:00 2nd Day 4:00 - 5:30 NOTE: Evening classes, those that meet at 6 p.m. or later, will have their final exams during final exam week at their regularly scheduled class time. BYU Lamanifc Generation to Perform at UTC Activities Center v X X WW 'A f s,y0. f-r yt J J i Resplendent in trie headress and clothes of their forefathers, American Indians perform songs and dances in showcase. The fascination and tradition of many ancient cultures will burst into song, dance and colorful costumes as the Lamanite Generation from Brigham. Young University invites you to "Go to Rio," clap to the "Samoan Slap Dance" or witness an American Indian "Fancy Dance" during its performance Sat.. March 23, 1985 at 7 :30 in the UTC Gymnasium at Orem. The 35-member student performing group representing nearly 20 different Latin American, Polynesian and American Indian cultures will present a showcase of their cultural heritage in a 90-minute musical extravaganza. Audiences will watch in awe as full-skirted dancers balance lighted candles on their heads during the dramatic Latin number "La Bruja," or as American Indian performers wind 22 hoops around feather and fringe in the complex Indian Hoop Dance, forming birds, flowers and other symbolic shapes. Polynesian Lamanites will open the gates of paradise as they perform the graceful dances and ballads of Hawaii and demonstrate various Hawaiian rhythmical instruments. They will take you to the magical isle of New Zealand where Maoris swing their poi balls in formations that portray the sounds of fluttering wings of birds and butterflies. More than 40,000 people throughout England, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland and Denmark experienced their unique brand of entertainment during the Summer of 1984. The Lamanite Generation performed at the largest Fourth of July celebration outside the U.S. in Rebild, Denmark before a packed crowd of 20,000. g . , -....N- f - w : " J ' - s' f I I t f -: I I , t, 1 Odessa Noaman presents a musical messaae with her skill in the American Indian "Fancy Dancing."
|Title||UTC Press, 1985-03-07|
|Description||UTC Press was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem 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||UTC Press, 1985-03-07|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|