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A V r j j i ) i Volume 1 1 Number 26 The Official Student Newspaper of Utah Technical College at Provo'Orem, P.O. Box 1609, Provo, Utah 84603 Friday, April 13, 1984 Committee Evaluates UTC President Higbee has spearheaded a self evaluation of the college for the past year and will discuss his finding with the committee. Before preparing their report the evaluation committee will make recommendations to the staff on ways to improve the college. The evaluation committee will then submit their report to the commission on colleges. The committe will decide whether to grant full accredi-tion, conditional accredition, place on probation or give non accredition to U.T.C. President Higbee will go before the commission in June to receive their decision. President Higbee says "We expect to receive full accreditation now as we have in the past". The school play, "Curious Savage" are $1.00 for students. Play Begins By Steve After months of agonizing confusion and weeks of frantic rehearsing, the cast of "The Curious Savage" is anxiously anticipating their opening tonight at 8 p.m. on the top floor of the trades building. The play will also be presented Saturday and Monday nights at 8 p.m. The plot revolves around Mrs. Ethel Savage (played by Wendy S. Martines), a widow who is committed to a "nut house" by her three stepchildren, Titus, Samuel and Lily Bell (portrayed by G. James Wilde, Trevor Woolf, and Julie Steadman) Mrs. Savage befriends a small group of patients at "The Cloisters" and experiences their joy and sorrcw through their comedic antics. Hannibal (Tom Nicholes), is an ex-statistician who thinks he can play the violin. Melodee Rosendahl will undoubtedly delight audiences with her portrayal of Fairy Mayu, a plain girl who thinks she is beautiful. Mrs. Paddy (Marilyn Walt) has given up conversation for life and Shelia Lalonde Members of the Northwest Association Accreditation Committee were recently on campus to evaluate the school. The members are: Dr. Eldon Schafer, Mary Bates, Edwin Biggerstaff, Clarence Haught, Barry Hill, Dennis Lerum, Marcia Reardon, Robert C. Roberts, Dean Sorenson, Lee Spuhler and Robert Bowlin. Photo by Kim Paramore. Ill will be presented tonight on the sixth Tonight Nixon portrays Florence, a disturbed woman who carries a doll around believeing it is her five year old son. Steve Nixon is Jeff, a concert pianist who is unable to face an audience, or the fact the he was the only survivor of his squad when their plane was shot down during the war. George Tanner will portray Dr. Emmett and veteran actress, Laura K. D'Agostini will portray his assistant, the ever patient Miss Willie. Performances are scheduled for tonight, Saturday and Monday at 8:00 p.m. on the top floor of the trades building. It is $1.00 with student ID and $2.00 without. Be there! It will be an enjoyable evening for all. The Art City Community Theater will be presenting Fiddler on the Roof for four more performances. The play will be at Springville High Little Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on April 16, 19, 20, 21. Tickets are availale on a limited seating basis. They can be obtained at Springville City Office at 50 South Main in Springville. .1 n? : level of the Trades Building. Tickets Wendy Martines Student Government Elections Begin Preparations are now being nide for the upcoming Student Government Elections. All candidates running for office will need to have their campaigns ready before 6 a.m. on April 16,1984. No campaigning can begin before then. Candidates can form parties and run as such during election. However, belonging to a party is not mandatory. A candidate must not be on academic or behavioral probation. They must not have any outstanding debts in the business office during the campaign period. A class period is scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday for Student GovernmentStudents Activites. Candidates must be available to attend if they are elected. plays the part of Mrs. Savage. The play May Commencement Information Given May 31, 1984, will be the commencement exercises for any student graduating from UTC-PO during Summer 83, Fall 83-84, Winter 83-84 or Spring 83-84 quarters. Order your cap and gown (if you are planning to participate) from the Bookstore by April 16 if at all possible. Otherwise you may not get the exact size you need. There is an $8 rental fee for the cap and gown. There will be a two-hour practice the morning of May 31 which all participants should attend. Weather permitting, this year's exercises will be on the lawn at the northeast corner of the Orem Campus at 6:00 p.m. on May 31. Following the commencement exercises, there will be a President's Reception for 7 t Beware . . . it's Friday the 13th. Sitting under ladders, and walking past black cats may be the least of your worries. Photo b Kim Paramore. '"V " is being directed by George Tanner. graduates, parents, relatives, friends, and faculty. Participants should plan to be at least 30 minutes early to line-up correctly. Library Tour Set A library use instruction tour will be given in the Orem campus library on Monday, April 16th at 1:00. The tour will teach students how to properly us the library facilities when writing research papers. Another instructional tour will be in the Provo campus library on Tuesday, April, 17th at 12 noon. 4 I 1 N . Photos bv Gordon Miner.
|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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