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I 3 TRADEWINDS I J VOLUME 5 No. 14 ' UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE IN PROVO January 10, 1977 mm Sfloofafi CmMv Bhm Mm I 4 w" - 'v .... ... i y """"Simm- . ; . " .tHHmMWM :v,,:. ,-x- .x-:y,.:.-.,::,.,-. , ,-y. : iL--J St-. i " . rwpwo f I rzsrai kctp . -i-- 4 L , , : gmjr.--i j SSSW y-. W. lwmin ' ": " i ( j i I : ; :' . - - - ' ' - . .. - . - ' -, - j 1 " " - -if - -f - . . ' - tr t - " :" .. . .' ' 5' .: - : .' , - ' ,. . -v, "'- -, " " ; - " - - - i - i5- - - The UTC Student Center on the new Orem campus has been named The Wilson" W. Sorenson Center in honor of President Sorenson's 30 years of service at Utah Technical College. Ap proximately l'i years has gone into the construction of the center which is scheduled to be completed before the spring quarter. The Student Center will provide facilities for a game The student center on the new UTC-Provo campus has been named the Wilson W. Sorenson Center in honor of President Sorensen for his 30 years of service to UTC. The name for the center was selected unanimiously by representatives of the student body last year, and this year's student body submitted the name to the Committee for Higher Education. The student center on the new Orem campus will have facilities for the student council, the "Tradewinds" newspaper office, the game center, a craft center, the bookstore, food services, and for student activities such as dances, concerts, movies and other functions for the college as a whole. The student center was paid for by student funding. The center was started in 1975 and is scheduled to be completed before spring quarter. Approximately IVi years has gone into the construction of the new facility. The student council, in charge of the activities for the student body, put into motion the plans leading to the student center. Tom Hover, Director of Student Services and Activities revealed that the purpose of the center is to create an atmosphere of home life "where students can meet and mingle". Mr. Hover also hoped that it would become the "heartbeat of the campus". He went on to say, "It's not just an educational area, but a program for the development of social, cultural, and com- Forun Hosts Singer The first forum of the winter quarter at the Institute of Religion had for its speaker Marvin Payne. Mr. Payne is a local singer and composer. Not only did he speak to those who were in attendance but he also sang a few of his own compositions. Afterwards Mr. Payne was taken to lunch by the Forum Committee. The Speaker for the Forum of January 14, 1977 has not yet been announced but the Forum will still be held. It is held at the Institute building across University Ave. from the UTC-P. It runs for fifty minutes beginning at 12:10 p.m. All students who are interested are invited to attend. municative skills for students outside the classroom." One of the factors Mr. Hover emphasized was the informal setting and unstructured environment. He felt that such a condition would prove most beneficial to students. He described it as an area "where students may respond and react comfortably without fear of reprisal or that a teacher may count them down for their grades." yjewi tJ3rieA Pictures taken at the Christmas Dance held on December 17 are now available. Students who had pictures taken at the dance can pick them up in the Information Office located in the main hall. center, craft center, bookstore, food service, studentbody offices and the "Tradewinds" newspaper office. mi iiwi HLmni"l'Mwww mpp wwim n iiniii y , The recent winter quarter registration went smoothly according to UTC-P Officials, basically due to the pre-registration process. Although the Business Department is planning it's move to the new Orem campus in February, Business students completed registration and classes are currently underway on the Provo campus.
|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|