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TRADE WIND VOLUME 5 No. 17 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE IN PROVO January :si, 1977 Student Senate Opens Communication Lines Over 80 student senates, representing the student body have been elected by their fellow students. The first meeting of the new student senate was held on Tuesday, January 24 at 3:30 p.m. The Senate decided on their name, and a meeting time and place. The student senate idea is a new one, originally initiated by Bill Reese, studentbody president. The function of the senators has not been designated, but Bill Reese and BudsrGjjfnSSiSJRK Awareness fee President irseveral goals for them to work towards. They include: 1. Line of Communications to the student. STiu Activities X Friday Forum Program Announced Hal Taylor, Book of Mormon and New Testament Teacher at Brigham Young University will "be the guest speaker at the Institute's Noon Forum. Mr. Taylor will be speaking on "A Man May Know for Himself, which deals with how to receive a personal testimony There have been changes in the assignemnts of two of the Administrators at the UTC-P. Roger Honeyman, former public relations and information administrator is now the New Job Placement coordinator. The other change is with Carrol Reid. Mrs. Reid is now the Assistant Dean of if- Carrol Keid. former Dean of Women, is now I lie smsI.iiii Dean of Students. Her new position will concern her will) iiiinsiling students and she will also supervise the Career l)c cknpmcnl Center. 2. Represent the students and their desires to the student council. 3. Serve as committeees that affect the student body as a whole. 4. Recommend changes or amendments to the constitution of UTC-Provo. 5. Formulate guide lines by which the organization is to function. At the next meeting of the Student Senate, scheduled for Tuesday, February 1, at 3:30 p.m., the senators will be bussed out to the new campus to inspect the new student center. Budd Goff urged student senators to attend. "This meeting and inspection trip is of the grea test importance to a 11 of us. Please be there." of the Book of Mormon. Mr. Taylor has been a long time resident of Utah Valley and has had many faith promoting experiences that he will share with those in attendance. Feb. 4, 1977 is the date set for Mr. Taylor's address to the Forum. Students as opposed to her past position of Dearl of Women. Mr. Honeyman's new position will be the first time that the UTC-P will have a full time job placement coordinator. It has only been a part time position in the past. The advisement of students toward employment trends, f it 3 ? A studrnt -srnair Ahich will rrprrsrnt stud. nus of the student-body has recently been rstublishcd at L'TC'-P. Members of the senate have been elected by class males from their H a.m. classes. The first meeting of this body was held on Tuesday Jan. 24. Senate members attending were: back row left to 'right. Nelson Burton, Roy Vincent, Allen Couey, Roger Lund. Thomas increasing employments opportunities for graduates, helping 'students into gainful jobs are all new duties of Mr. Honeyman. This will all represent an "increased emphasis on job placement for Utah Tech. graduates", said Dr. Wayne Kearney, Dean of Students. In the past Mr. Honeyman has been Utah Tech's Industrial coordinator. His task at that time was to recruit students for the college. "He has been an important factor in the growth of the college," reported Dr. Keaney. Prior to his role of Industrial Coordinator, which began in 1969, he was Dean of the Evening college at the UTC-P for four years, and an instructor for three. He came to the Utah Tech with an extensive background in education. This included a masters degree in education administration from Brigham Young University. He is married to the former Hilma Henrie and they have four children. Carrol Reid has made a step from Dean of Women to Assistant Dean of Students. The change is more of a title change than a major step in assignments. She became Assistant Dean of Student when the board of regents met two weeks ago and voted on it. Her accessability will be S J - ;t:-J. ) V.i J wli '. ' 'ilJ ) ;l i , i , V increased in the area of counciling Students with her new position. She will also be helping with admissions and will supervise the Career Development Center. Prior to her new job had been a counselor for three years and Dean of Women for four and one half. She is currently the Title Nine Roger llonevman. inrmer public relations and mloi inalion administrator is now the New Job Placemen! ( iMiriliuator. This makes (lie first time that 11(1' has had a lull lime position which will assist students in ga ining jobs in then desired career field. "v 14 ' : I, Kurid. Middle row left to right. Bill Herse, Michael Spencer, (iarth Hatch, Dave Jones, Kuss Johnson, Bill Bartlett, Susan Pace. Front row left to right, Kduardo l.aso, ALAN Robins, (.ina Phelps. Bud Goff Sr., Nancy Jenkins. Scott Sheain. The next meeting of this body will be Tuesday. Feb. 1. at 3:30 p.m. at which lime they w ill take a trip to the Orem Campus. Coordinator for the Utah Tech, which helps to combat discrepancies against the woman employees aft the college. In this position she works out any grievancesin the area of womens rights. Because of her past post as Dean of Women, she developed a great inters! for women's role in society. wim.i.Mww..mu... ...,. .,,,pui.-... . ! i j VICA Notice On Tuesday, Feb. 1st, a handitory meeting is cheduled for all section of cers and representatives. The leeting will begin at 2:30 in the TC-P cafeteria. We will bH iscussing National VICA Veek Be there! Studenfl- Movie Scheduled "Man in the Wilderness" will bo shown Thursday. February 3. to the UTC-P student body. Richard Harris plays scout Zachary Bass, a man who has Ix'en brutally mauled by a mammouth Grizzlcy Bear and then left for dead by his leader (John Huston). This begins an unbelieveable legend of his courage and en-du ranee. The story is based on actual events that occured in the 1820's in the great Northwest. Harris' performance as a trapper driven by his will to survive and his lust for revenge is excellently done. The movie will be gin at 7.30 p.m. in the school cafeteria and will cost 50 cents.
|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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