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Volume 10 Number 27 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVOOREM - P.O. Box 1609, Provo, Utah 84603 April 11, 1983 UTC ElecMoims Begin Elections are almost upon us, with the process already underway. Wednesday, April 6, at 12:00 the elections meeting was held in SCI 10. Scott Banasky opened the meeting. Election guidelines were read and poster making areas were defined. Four groups announced their candidacy. The "Off the Wall" Party candidates are: Jeff Taylor, President; Robert Rasmussen, Executive V.P.; Debbie Cowan, Cultural V.P.; Scott Killian, Financial Manager; Corey Wilson, Social V.P.; Terri Critchfield, Academics V.P.; and Peg Griffiths, Special Events V.P. "The Challengers" are Gordon Wilson, President; Curt Johnson, Executive V.P.; Jill Richardson, Social V.P.; Steve Mahoney, Finacial V.P.; Mark Hampton, Academic V.P.; Jane Eddv, Special Events V.P.;' and Kelly Kyler, Cultural V.P. " " - "Tech-niques" candidates are Nikki Pino. President: Wpnrlv Castle, Executive V.P.; Kelly Cox, Special Events V.P.: Beth Hirschi. t Cultural V.P.; Rick Black, Acacemic V.P.; Mark Wheatley, Financial Director; and Greg Johnson, Social V.P. An as of yet unnamed party will present Jay Harper, President; P. Randy Jackman, Executive V.P.; Jim Erickson, Special Events V.P.; Kevin Thueson, Financial V.P.; and David A. Wood, Academic V.P. It should be noted that students may vote for the individual candidates, not necessarily for the entire party. ,ir ? IT.':- X I 1 j .S::':v" . , " - Mvs-:-.ifc . ,:x.;.NSi'' ' -' . lr,11Tf - f I J i i i I ': . ( - ' ' : ; S i ' .l.: ff l ' -"""'" -. ' ' ; 1 -I ' . j I .. .-it . ... I ' '-' 1 l 1 Four parties will be running for studentbody office. Official campaigning may not start until April 13th Studentbody Funds Use Debated Last year free food the same. campaigns included parties, dances and This year's candidates promise much of By Stewart Parker Sources have informed Tradewinds that over S7.000 had been given to the DECA Club by the Student Council to help them finance their trip to Houston. Texas, later this month. However, Social Vice President. Greg Flores. stated tht the money has not yet been given to the club. He said there had been a proposal to do so. but the proposal was not passed by the council. Scott Banasky. Student Body President, said he was in favor of giving the money to the DECA. VICA and FBLA-clubs to help with costs incurred in sending members to national competition. Banasky said he believed competition by UTC Clubs could help to build prestige for the college on a national level. UTC has an undisclosed amount of money in excess of S3. 000. This is student money, according to Dr. Wayne Kearney, Vice President of Student Services. The money consists of unused funds that have been accumulating over a period of a year in a special account. Dr. Kearney continued, "The money would be used to benefit the entire studentbody. This means that the money could be used to help the crafts enter, to buy equipment for the new gym, or a new machine in the games room. The money should be used to purchase something which would be available for use by all students."
|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|