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rRADEWIND VOLUME 2, NUMBER 1 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF PROVO WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1975 1 MEDICAL j I 1 J CENTER BANK i t i iii LOT 5; STUDENT PARKING NO PARKING ALONG THIS FENCE EC O 25 o UNIVERSITY AVENUE h- 1 o a i I I H J C ! fa. O J L0T2FACULT if LOT 2 FACULTY LOT 2 FACULTY) I LOT 2 FACULTY; S A TTTAU ; v'l yZ technical y y COLLEGE ,'' XA V o S LOT 4 STUDENT PARKING n L n U LOT 6 VISITORS o o 3 m LOT 63 STUDENT OF BYU STADIUM & NORTH OF RIVERIA APTS. CANYON ROAD Where To Park It Bafffte CIeldDgs aondl KeaBaio!ns Staged! Parking lots are maintained at UTCP for student use. These lots are mde available through tax support. The use of the lots by students is a privilege. This privilege is offered to students who utilize them according to the regulations indicated below. Failure to follow these regulations may result in revoked parking privileges. UTC students are not to park on BYU property. To do so may result in impounding of vehicles by BYU officers. For the same reasons, students are not to park in the medical clinic on the west side of University Avenue.Failure to pay fines will result in grades being withheld and denial of graduation until the fines are settled. Failure to pay fines may also result in dismissal from the college. 1. You must have a parking decal in order to park in UTCP student parking lots. They must be displayed on the inside lower left hand corner of the rear window. On convertibles the decal must be attached on the inside lower right hand corner of the windshield. Motorcycles must display decal also. 2. The following fines shall be assessed for violation of the school's traffic regulations:. $2.00: Failure to properly display a parking permit; Failure to register vehicle; Park- I Calendar of Events 1 ing overtime in limited zones or parking in restricted areas. There is to be no parking a-gainst the building; Failure to stop at stop sign; Failure to yield right-of-way; Operating vehicle with loud unusual or excessive noise; Driving on wrong side of road; Double parking or parking in restricted or No Parking" areas, on wrong side of road, or in front of any gate, barricade, or traffic marker; Driving or parking on sidewalk or pedestrian lanes. $5.00: Removing, altering, defacing, or damaging any traffic sign, marker, or barricade. Driving or parking on lawns or other landscaping. The two previous violations constitute van dalism and will likely result in dismissal from college; Interfering with an officer's performance or his duty. This constitutes insubordination and will also likely result in dismissal from college; Reckless driving or exceeding the posted or safe driving speed; Tampering with any traffic permit or ticket. Fines must be paid at the Treasurer's office within seven (7) days from date of ticket. The fine will be doubled for failure to pay the same within the seven day period. Ticket must brought with you at the time the fine is paid. 3. The maximum speed limit on campus shall be 10 miles per hour. The speed limit in the compound shall be 5 miles per hour. 4. Student parking is in Lots 4 and 5 only. Parking for motor cycles is in the west end of Lot 3. All bicycles must be parked in the racks located at the southwest corner of the South Wing Building. Bicycles and motorcycles parked anywhere other than designated places will be ticketed. 5. UTC students will be permitted by BYU to use the southwest corner of BYU's stadium parking lot 63 ONLY. 6. The Security Officer will be in his office, M-108 between 11:30 a.m. and 12 Noon and 11:30 a.m. - 12 Noon and 3:00 - 3:30 p.m. each day. 5:3 SEPT. 22 thru 24-LeadershipConference SEPT. 24 thru 26-Registration SEPT. 29 - School Begins I 1 Join The Human Potential Seminar If your life lacks pzazz and sex appeal, or if you are just looking for something different to do between classes, then look into the HUMAN POTENTIAL SEMINAR. Occasionally in the course of life, one comes across a human experience which has the cpap-of profoundly effecting the whole person. Social, emotional, spiritual and physical parts of the whole person can be effected by such an experience. The Human Potential Seminar has the capability of being one such experience. Within the flexible outlines of this course; (1) Can gain considerable insight in discovering his true potential (2) More readily identify his positive strengths (3) Can recognize and appreciate those same qualities in others (4) Can start channeling his resources more effectively in a direction that is meaningful and productive. Once you make the discovery of who you are and what you might become, through the intelligent application of your resources, you can never be the same again. Life will take on a new significance. New forces will take shape within you, new powers will harness themselves for your service. The size of this seminar is small enough to provide the best possible experience for each participant. An atmosphere of mutual trust is created and a deep sense of caring is developed. Emphasis is placed upon the positive attributes and accomplishments of the participants. The process helps a person "see" and believe in himself as a worthwhile, competent human being. I t encompasses the philosophy that "whatever you ardently desire, sincerely believe in, vividly imagine, and enthusiastically act upon, must inevitably come to pass." (Author Unknown) The objectives of this seminar will be as follows: 1. Achieving Greater Self- Confidence and Self-Direction: The process helps participants see more clearly the purpose of his present and future life. 2. Becoming Autonomous: It helps each participant affirm himself and to learn to cope with problems more effectively by himself. 3. Establishing Identity: It helps him discover who he is through an in-depth look at his attributes and values. 4. Freeing Interpersonal Relationships: It increases his awareness and acceptance of other people and their values. This process of sharing increases trust. 5. Improving Communication Skills: The participant learns to express and project his ideas more efectively. This seminar is available during both day and evening hours. Refer to class schedule for time and place, or call Jay S.Fielding at 373-7890, Ext. 48. . .
|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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