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, A nr2 r 1 p urn A - ' Volume 11 Number 16 The Official Student Newspaper of Utah Technical College at Provo'Orem, P.O. Box 1609, Provo, Utah 84603 Friday, January 27, 1984 r JVJUdJ Growing is a By Don Aitken More room! That seems to be the general concensus at Utah Technical College. First, the administration is using facilities not designed for classrooms. Some conference rooms are also being used as class rooms. Classes are even being taught in the Fashion Merchandising storage this quarter. There is also talk of setting up classes in the Automotive areas of the school. Real class room atmospheres.A big reason for the overcrowding is the great demand for morning classes. Many students may not realize that the G.E. program offers half of it's classes from 12-4 p.m.; a time when many classrooms are empty. Evening school is also an alternative for some Security Requests Help With Crime Prevention Often students think the only reason there is a police department on campus is to leave little pink notes on windshields when cars are parked illegally. The UTC police officers would like to stress they need the help of the faculty, staff and studentbody in stopping any type of criminal activity on campus. "Most people are hesitant to report anything suspicious or to be involved, but any criminal activity on the campus affects each and every one of us in different ways, so it is the responsibility of each person to report any type of suspicious activity," said Officer Terry Steele. The police officers request that the following offenses or situations be reported totheir offices in Trades 309 immediately. Students could also phone 226-5000 ext. 187 or 188. Traffic accidents that occur on campus must be reported to the police as soon as possible. According to Steele this is a state law. If theft is being reported to the officers, they will need a description of the property stolen and the suspects, if this Calendar of Events January 27 - February 17 January 27 Ski Party Keven-Professional Hypnotist Basketball - UTC at Dixie January 28 '. Basketball - UTC at Snow January 30 Ping-Pong Tournament February 2 Thursday Night Videos Basketball - UTC at Ricks February 3 Western Dance February 6 Family Night Movie Pool Tournament February 6-10 International Week February 7 Brown Bag Forum UTC Winter Olympics February 9 Thursday Night Videos Ski Meet - Sundance February 9-11 Jackson Hole Ski Trip February 10 Basketball - Snow at UTC February 13-17 Arm Wrestling Tournament Feb.-uary 14 Sweetheart Dance time pressed students. Secondly, the administration is planning for more room in the near future with the completion of the Physical Education Building. The $1.6 million first phase is scheduled to be finished by the end of July adding another 32,000 sq. ft. to the campus. The addition of the Student Center will provide another 22,000 sq. ft. for the campus and will dent the crowding situation somewhat. The Center is hoped to be finished by the end of this summer with all funding for the Gym and the Student Center having been paid for by students and private organization.. The Craft Center will be moved from the attic into a more congenial location for (ff. Officer Terry Steele is asking the cooperation of students, faculty and staff in reporting problems to the campus police office. Photo by Brian Nutter. information is available. "If we have this information it will assist us in apprehending the person (s) responsible," Steele added. The police should also be given tips on suspicious activities on campus. Officers stress that students should get a complete description of the suspects or a vehicle description and a license plate number. Any information received by the campus police department will be held in strict con Pain, But a Needed One students. It will also house a darkroom, available to general student use. The Bookstore will also be given a new home in the Center remodeled and facilitated to relieve student traffic jams now plaguing the main intersection. Room has also been made for the Game Center and Outdoors Activities Sales and Rental Office , as well as new space for the Tradewinds offices. The new AdministrationHealth Technology Building will provide the largest addition to the campus with another 50,000 sq. ft. It will be constructed adjacent to the Business Building west entrance, and will serve as the main entrance to the Mall-like structure of the school. The first floor of the building will provide ad- fidence. You may also call the campus police to report any type of criminal activity without giving your name," Steele said. The police also stress that any medical emergencies should be reported to them immediately. The officers are trained in emergency first aid and are in direct radio contact with paramedic rescue units. The officers are also equipped to help students with minor car problems, such a jumps for batteries. : - ; ' : " I t ' ,rt 1 '' - ' I ' "' if ,, if U Mr-,: j t .-' A model has been erected to like. Photo by Don Aitken. ministrative needs with presidential offices located on both the first and second floors. Registration, financial aids, purchasing, public relations, business offices and Evening school offices will also be located on the first floor. The moving of these offices will make it more convenient for students as well as the ad-rninistration eliminating the travel from Provo to Orem with registration and business needs. The new building will also provide housing on the second floor for Health Technology courses such as the Licensed Practical Nursing, Radiology, Salt Lake County To Fund Burial Costs Of Two Boys Salt Lake County commissioners Monday approved paying the burial costs of two of I he five murdered boys whose bodies were found last summer in a remote spot near Cedar Fort, Utah County. The commissioners approved paying $287.50 each for the burials of Alonzo Daniels and Troy Ward. Chief Deputy County Attorney John T. Nielsen said the county pays for burials of indigents whose relatives cannot alTi.i I litem. Alpine District Notes Several parents of students in Alpine District questioned the proposed increased graduations requirements and what it will mean. Barbara Hancock, a patron asked about the purpose of the increases and said she hoped they were for a good reason. "Are you trying to raise the standard of what that graduation certificate implies? Or just telling them (the students) what they can take?" Kolene Granger, administrator in charge of instructional services, said the new requirements are a reflection "of a need in the district to upgrade skills in social studies, writing and math." Other patrons voiced opposition to the required eight show interested persons what the new and Dental Assistant. A mock-hospital and the Natural Sciences will also be housed on the second floor. The basement will remain mostly unfurnished and used for storage, though some classes will posssibly be taught there. "It is needed," comments Veonne Howlett, Director of General Education, "There are many support services going into it such as Continuing Education. Further in the future comes the Technology Building which will provide space for the Electronics courses but those plans are still in "By county policy, the bodies of indigents are either donated to medical schools or are creamated, because it is much more inexpensive than ground burial." he said. "The two boys were buried, as are all homocide victims, because of the possibility we may have to later exhume the body for a second autopsy. The names and photographs of the two boys became familiar to Utahns as relatives tried, for vears in the semester attendance, saying students capable of graduating early should be allowed to do so. Granger said theguidelines allow for students to have concurrent enrollment in colleges and universities, participating in work study or other options. Sally Taggart, a Lehi mother, asked about the possibility of students challenging classes and being able to claim credit if they can show mastery. Granger said the state is working on this area but needs to clarify the guidelines more. Another district patron, Roger Hillock, said he was concerned about some youngsters not being able to pass competency tests in high administration building will look the making. "Planning also depends upon legislative funding," says Lavar Rockwood, in charge of Administrative Services, "we've requested for the last two years that it be put next on the priority list." The AdministrationHealth Building is due completion in January 1986. The Provo campus will be used primarily for Electornics Programs until the Technology Building is completed.Also on the agenda for campus expansion is an Auditorium Complex, the second phase of the Physical Education Building and a Physical Plant. case of the Daniels child, to find clues about their whereabouts by showing their pictures in newspapers, on television and on posters. The other boys whose bodies were found were Graeme Cunningham, Kim Petersen, and Danny Davis. Arthur Gary Bishop has been charged with five counts of first-degree murder, five counts of aggravated kidnapping and one count of forcible sexual abuse in connection with the killings. Changes school because they lack skills that should have been taught in elementary and junior high. Dr. Richard Heaps, the board president, said the district had brought Granger on board to help establish a program to make sure students are gaining mastery at each level. The board encouraged interested patrons, to express their views to the Public Involvement Council regarding the boundaries for the new Orem junior high school. Public hearings will be planned by the council and parents should plan to attend them to give further input. Four options have already been drafted but further ideas will also be considered, Heaps said.
|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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