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rnn A Volume 11 Number 30 The Official Student Newspaper of Utah Technical College at Provo'Orem, P.O. Box 1609, Provo, Utah 84603 Friday, May 11, 1984 U UiJZJLiUuLfz rfek V 9 Million Footsteps Create Resounding Mark J Itlf If .1 A s. issi-w 15 Elena Hanuse and Bucky tred the country leaving behind their mark on society and a message of peace and harmony. Photo by Kim Paramore. Elena Hanuse visited the Provo and Orem Campuses of UTC spreading a message of peace and world harmony. Mrs. Hanuse is traveling across the country hoping in some way to leave her mark upon the world. 'Tm doing it because I want to make a statement that an individual can make a positive impact upon the world," says Elena, who is from San Fransisco. She left her home on Jan. 4, 1984, and 9,240,000 steps later, on July 4, 1985 hopes to arrive at the Statue of Liberty. Her husband is following along in the couple's mobile home supplying moralsupport. Mud Week Entries Due Mud Week is the student's answer to college sanitation and hygiene classes. Photo by Steve Robinson. UTC's annual mud week this year will have three competitions in which each student is encouraged to participate. There will be co-ed mud volleyball, co-ed mud tug-a-war and co-ed mud football. Each department is encouraged to have a team. Entry forms can be picked up at the intramural office and need to be turned in no later thanThurs. May 17th. There will be only 16 teams for each sport and the two teams with the highest points will advance to the championship game. All team members must be UTC students, faculty or staff. The teams must be co-ed with 3 men and 3 women on the field at all times for football and volleyball and 5 men and 5 women for tug-a-war. Get your teams together and come out and "Get Dirty". Mud week begins May 21 and continues through the 25th. Sign-up today. LDSSA Officers To Speak At Forum Officers of the Latter-day Saint Student Association will be speaking at the Friday institute forum. It will be held today at noon in the Institute building. The speakers will be Dinah Weldon, High School Rela tions Kepresentative; Correy Peterson, Provo Institute President; Liz Bailey, Women's Vice President; Kirk Jolley, Orem Institute President. The public is invited to attend. Holland To Address Graduates Commencement ceremonies have been scheduled for Thursday, May 31 at 6 p.m. on the Orem campus adjacent to the Trades Building, and will feature keynote remarks by Brigham Young University President Jeffery R. Holland. Honorary degrees will be presented to two local men, Don E. James, former electronic technology instructor at the college and C. E. (Chuck) Peterson, Provo Businessman. Students can graduate each quarter, but there is only one commencement ceremony held each academic year. Student graduating at any time during the year can participate in the commencement. Utah State Board of Regents Ken Gardner and Reba Keele will make the official presentation of diplomas, and various studentbody of- i i ficers will participate throughout the program. Music will be by Miss Debbie Cowan. A special Alumni and Friends Association reception to honor faculty and staff of the college will be held that same day at 4 p.m. in the Hollows on the Orem Campus. A presidential Reception for graduates, friends and parents will be held immediately following commencement. In case of inclement weather, commencement and the President's Reception will be held at the Smith Fieldhouse on the BYU campus. President J. Marvin Higbee, who will be conducting the ceremonies, will also honor retirees from the college, as well as summarize various honors which students and r"""'"'"'" " ' """ ' mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.,. ' ' I ,"' - ",.' ,' II 1.1 I . I III t,.- i ,., -n-n-j -111 I I II Chapter Two" Is Now Getting Polished BYU President Jeffery R. Holland will be the keynote speaker at the 1984 commencement exercises scheduled for May 31st. photo conrtesyBYU. groups within the college have dent Lucille Stoddard will also received throughout the year. assist in presenting diplomas Academic Affairs Vice Presi- to graduates. Hypnotist Returns By Steve Nixon Rehersals for UTC's production of Neil Simon's "Chapter Two" are rapidly grinding to a close. As the finishing touches are added and the scenes start fitting together, the cafeteria is beginning its transformation into a three night theater. In one week the lights will come up on a small troupe of actors who make up the cast of four. Directed by Dave Ro-quemore, the two act comedydrama centers around George Schneider (Allen Burch) a recent widower who is constantly forced into blind dates by his younger brother Leo (Steve Nixon), who thinks George needs companionship. All of George's blind dates rank with such disasters as the Hindenburg and Pearl Harbor, and he decides to avoid all of Leo's " buried treasures". In the meantime, a recently divorced actress Jennie Malone (Melodee Rosendahl), Awards Banquet May 17th On Thursday, May 17th, 1984 the 4th Annual Awards Banquet will be held in the Hollows on the Orem Campus. This banquet honors all of the outstanding students and club members of UTC. There will be a dinner and entertainment followed by the announcing of those who are outstanding in their scholastics as well as extra curricular activities. The new student officers of '84-85 will be inaugrated by President Higee, and the old student officers will be honored and released. There will be entertainment by Darrell Stevenett and the new Miss Orem, Jerryne Remington. All members of each department and club are invited. The banquet will start at 7:00 p. m. and tickets are available at the Student Center for $5.00. Come and honor those students who academically achieved high honors. is being pushed into relationships by her close friend Faye Medwick (Marilyn Walt). Leo and Faye know each other and somehow they are able to inadvertently get Ceorge and Jennie together. The play is humorous and touching in its portrayal of the relationships these four people share. On May 18 it will be presented as a dinner theater at $12 per couple; $7.50 per person. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m. and the show will begin at 8 p.m. On the following Saturday and Monday (May 19 and 21) it will be presented as a family theater at $3 per person. Showtime is 8 p.m. Clifford Webb, an area hyponist will be on campus on May 16th at 12 noon in SC110 to demonstrate his use of hypnosis with "superlearning". According to Webb, superlearning is a stress free technique which eables students of any age to learn great amounts of material in short periods of time. ''Superlearning is geared to help dissolve fear, self-blame, cramped self images and negative suggestions about limited abilities. Most all limitations are self imposed, and once you learn that there are no barriers to learning regardless of the subject matter, your learning capabilities are greatly enhanced," said Webb. The learning session of his CLIFF WEBB demonstration will be at 12 noon, and the entertainment session will be at 8 p.m. in the Orem cafeteria. Summer Registration Set Continuing Students may register May 21 through May 25 with payment of full tuition and fees no later than June 19. New Students desiring to obtain a priority registration appointment, will be required to pay a $50 nonrefundable deposit not later that June 10th. Appointments will be made on a first- come, first-served basis. New students who do not choose to obtain a priority registration appointment will register as a latecomer on or after 4 p.m., June 19th. New Sponsored Students must provide the college with a letter of authorization from the sponsoring agency in lieu of the $50 deposit. However, the student and the agency should be aware that the $50 deposit will be charged to the agency if the student docs not finalize enrollment for Sun.-mer Quarter. The $50 deposit is deducted from the total tuition and fees assessed at the time of registration. New Financial Aid Recipients must pay the $50 deposit if they wish to obtain a priority registration appointment. Course request forms for continuing students may be obtained at either campus, at the advisement center on the Orem campus and the foyer of the main wing on the Provo campus. In order to determine the day you are scheduled to register you need to determine the total number of credit hours you have earned. This information is printed by the computer on the Course Request Form. Monday, May 21 - ALL APPLICANTS FOR SUMMER QUARTER GRADUATION AND ALL STUDENTS WITH 60 OR MORE CREDITS 8 a.m. to 12 noon - A through K 12 noon to 4 p.m. - L through Z 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. - Open registration for preceeding students Tuesday, May 22 - ALL CONTINUING STUDENTS WITH 40 OR MORE CREDITS 8 a.m. to 12 noon - A through Z 12 noon to 4 p.m. - Open registration for preceeding students Tuesday, May 22 - ALL CONTINUING STUDENTS WITH 30 OR MORE CREDITS 12 noon to 4 p.m. - A through Z 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. - Open registration for preceeding students Wednesday, May 23 - ALL CONTINUING STUDENTS WITH 20 OR MORE CREDITS 8 a.m. to 12 noon - A through K 12 noon to 4 p.m. - L through Z 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. - Open registration for preceeding students Thursday, May 24 - ALL CONTINUING STUDENTS WITH LESS THAN 20 CREDITS 8 a.m. to 12 noon - A through K 12 noon to 4 p.m. - L through Z 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. - Open registration for preceeding students Friday, May 25 - OPEN REGISTRATION FOR CONTINUING STUDENTS 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
|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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