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1 VOL-7 NO-14 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE JAN-15,1979 ' ' .u i m .... -f y m ) Coining from Mt. Pleasant, Utah, Melinda Beck says she likes to ski on both water and snow. She hopes to eventually move to Hawaii where she plans to graduate in special education. Her plans for the future are to work with handicapped children. Melinda is 17. Pat Furman, 22, from Toledo, Ohio is a fashion merchandising major. In her free time she dances, collects record albums and participates in all types of sports. She also lists being and working with people as one of her interests. FIVE BEAUTIES VIE FOR QUEEN Last weeks's homecoming activities were capped by the announcement of the UTC's first Homecoming Queen contest winner. Because of the Tradewinds deadline, the announcement of the winner came to late to run in this edition. The winner was announced at the homecoming dance Friday . night. The five contestants in the contest were Lorri Black, Melinda Beck, Nancy Codner, Pat Furman, and Julie Peterson. The decision of which student would be chosen queen was left up to the studentbody. Pictures of each girl were posted along with a bottle in each campus. The person with the most pennies, nickels, and dimes in their bottle at the deadline was picked to represent the school as Homecoming Queen. A business management major, Nancy Codner, Monticello, Utah enjoys snow and water skiing, the jeepin' and playing the guitar in her free time. REGISTRATION COMES TO AN END NAME EXPLAINED Confusion with UTC Salt Lake, according to President Wilson W. Sprenson, is why Utah TechnicalCollegePro-vo-Orem is to have its name changed to Utah Polytechnic-al College. "Polytechnical means that there are many technical programs available," said Sorenson Registration will continue throughout the term. All class additions and drops must be cleaared with your instructor. All changes in class schedule after 8 January will cost $1.00 ' per adddrop form. Mable Olsen of the registrars affice encourages students to register, and class changes before the third week of school. This will help the office in compiling their statistics of students currently enrolled. After December 10th there will be a $10.00 late fee charged. Current tuition costs are $146.00 for full-time students, who are Utah state residents. Tuition for full-time non-resident students is $361.00. The registration office at the Provo Campus, located across the hall from the cashiers office is open from 8:00 AM until 3:30 PM. There is also a "satelite" office located next to the personnel office at the Orem campus. A tf I 5f 18, from outdoors, i Lorri Black, a 19 year old secretarial major from Vernal, Utah lists as some of her interests dancing, sewing, clothes design, and water and snow skiing. She is currently in her second term at thp Tprh INSTITUTE HOLDS l FORUM FOR WOMEN Barbara Smith will speak Friday Jan. 19. Barbara B. Smith will be the Institute Forum speaker for Friday, Jan. 19 from 12-1 at the Orem Instiute building. Mrs. Smith is president of the Relief Society for the Church Of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. It is one of the oldest and largest women's organizations in existence. She is one of may women which have been chosen to participate in a series of forums planned for this year. The forums are expected to deal with the womans role in (he family, community, and asindividuals. Mrs. Smith has been active in the PTA and has served as pressident of that organization at two different schools. She has also served as a member of the board of directors of a child care is the mother of seven children and the grandmother of twenty. She feels that the family is of great importance, especially in today's society. She accredits the harmony of her homelifc and family closeness to her mother. One of UTC's cheerleaders, Julie Peterson, 18, from Pleasant Grove, Utah plays the piano, skis, golfs, dances, plays racketball and enjoys most sports. Julie's major is general education.
|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|