UTC Press, 1986-11-03
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OT.C. we ir i i i H t If "rj EL i ii i Monday, November 3, 1986 , Utah Technical College ProvoOrem, Box 1609, Provo, Utah 84603 Volume 15 Number 5 Halloween Blood Drive a Success . y - ! i "j ! Wayne Millington, alias "Captain Courageous," gives of himself. by Regine Holfeltz ASUTC and Utah Valley Regional Medical Center co-sponsored the third annual UTC Blood Drive last Wednesday, October 29. Once again, it was very successful, as more than 100 pints were donated. Last year, 80 pints were given. Hearings to On November 6, there will be a Master Plan meeting for all interested citizens. The future of UTC and other Utah colleges will be discussed. A series of public hearings will be held around the state in early November on the new Utah Higher Education Master Plan. The major purpose of the plan is to provide new direction for higher education in the state through the year 2000. by Connie W. Kearney A meeting for all classified and professional employees was held in the UTC Ballroom. President J. Marvin Higbee welcomed the group and reviewed the organizational operations of UTC on the state and college level. He reiterated the responsibilities of his office to the Institutional Council. UTC 1 ' It was held in SCI 17, the conference room next to the student government offices. The response was so great, the blood drive lasted through the day. The room was full throughout the day, requiring student donors to wait at least an hour before giving of themselves. After, the drained participants were treated to orange juice and Photo by Glen D. Nelson Members of the State Board of Regents have been working on the plan for more than a year. According to William Rolfe Kerr, Commissioner of Higher Education, "the primary thrust of the planning effort has been to ensure that high quality higher 5 ' - ,, : mmployees Eight of the ten members of the Institutional Council are appointed by the Governor and approved by the Utah Senate. All of UTC's budgets, recommendations and procedures are approved by the council. The council itself falls under the jurisdiction of the State Board of Regents. The meeting was designed to give employees an insight to the functions and operations of '4 Photo by Glen D. Nelson cookies. The blood given will go into a special account at UVRMC, especially for UTC students and staff. j According to Tayna Austill, j an ASUTC blood drive volunteer, j "The blood drive was a great i success." The next one will be held in conjunction with Valentine's Day. Heidi education is available to students across the state. Included in the new master plan are numerous policy directions designed to address the changing environment of Utah colleges and universities. The plan calls for greater emphasis on community colleges to handle rapid enrollment growth, published enrollment targets for each of the nine system institutions, greater efficiency in off-campus instruction, and new guidelines for offering remedialdevelopmental education and short-term noncredit vocational training. "We have woiked hard on this plan," said Wayne Owens, Chairman of the Regents' Master Planning and Governance Committee. "We think it effectively addresses the future needs of our students and citizens, and we invite all interested Utahns to seriously examine the plan and assist the Regents in efforts to provide both quality and access to Utah's system of higher education." Executive summaries of the master plan report will be available at all public hearing sites. The UTC Media Center will be the location for the Provo area public hearing. It will be November 6, 1986, at 7:30 p.m. All interested citizens are invited and encouraged to attend. "The most important person on campus is the students, for without the students there would be no need for the institution. " Over 100 pints were donated during this Tomorrow State and Local Elections by Connie Kearney Tomorrow, November 4, is Election Day and voters will be casting their ballots for the U.S. Senate, U.S. Representatives, Utah State Representatives, school and county officials and three propositions. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Information concerning voting districts and procedures is available at the County Courthouse. In the race for U.S. Senate, Senator Jake Garn is opposing State Senator Craig Oliver. In the race for U.S. representatives, in District 1, the incumbent Jim Hansen (R), is opposed by Gunn McKay (D). In District 2, David Monson decided not to run for another term and former Congressman Wayne Owens (D) and Tom Shimizu (R) are hoping to fill the vacancy. In the Third District (Utah County is part of this district), Dale Gardiner (D) is opposing the Republican incumbent, Howard Nielson. Indications are that Nielson will win over Gardiner, but in Districts 1 and 2, predictions are that it will be a tight race between the contenders. State representatives are also up for election. They serve two year terms. In District 60, Carl Attend various departments within the college. Grant Cook, director for Admissions and Records, emphasized UTC's Strategic Plan, surmising that the mission of UTC was to assist all students to realize their fullest potential, both personally and professionally. He also reminded the group that the most important person on the campus is the student, for without students, i i ? year's blood drive. Will Be D. Anderson resigned and Pat Nix (R) and Helen Bunnel Weeks (D) are the candidates for that seat. Richard L. Maxfield from District 64 will not be seeking another term and Byron Lee Harward (R) and Sharon Bird (L) are the hopefuls for that office. In District 57, Wayne S. Winters (L) is opposing the Republican incumbent Merrill C. Fox (R), and Lynn Ray Davis (D) is opposing Donald R. Lebaron (R) in District 58. Incumbent Tim Moran (D), is being opposed by Lavinia L. Kanig (R) from District 66. Kathryn B. Workman (L) and Glenn V. Bird (D) from District 65 are opposing Don R. Strong (R). In District 67, Drew Daniels is hoping to win against the Republican incumbent, W.R. Phelps. Unopposed candidates are James R. Moss (R), District 59; LeRoy McAllister (R), District 15; Jeril B. Wilson (R), District 62 and Craig M. Call (R), District 63. Utah County offices open for election are as follows: Assessor, Ronald M. Smith (R); Clerk, William Huish (R); Attorney, Steven B. Killpack (R); Auditor, Elwood L. Sundberg (R). Two year commissioner candidates are as follows: Marie F. Van Wagenen there would be no need for the institution. Other speakers were Personnel Director Lana L. Anderson, who spoke on "UTC and You;" Director of Media Relations and Information Linda P. Walton, who spoke on "Stop the Press;" Personal Assistant for Benefits and Special Projects Tara Peydad, who spoke on "Right on the Fringes," and there were other speakers, including Controller Semi ii n I Photo by Glen D. Nelson Held (D) and Brent C. Morris (R). Four year commissioner is as follows: Malcolm H. Beck (R) and David L. Greenwood (D). Recorder, Nina B. Reid and Charlotte R. Mecham; Sherriff, David R. Bateman (R), Surveyor, Clyde R. Naylor (R); Treasurer, Stanley H. Walker (R). Constable (Orem): Anthony R. Fernlund; Precinct 1, Jim Phelps; Precinct 2, Daryl G. Tucker; Provo, Jerry Miller; and Spanish Fork, Elaine P. Bradford. Justice of the Peace: Precinct 1, Keith L. Jenkins and Vergil D. Peterson; Precinct 2, Jay O. Peterson and LaMar W. Horrocks; Precinct 4, H. Gill Hilton and Linda Campbell. School Districts: Alpine 5, Richard R. Sudweeks and J. Blaske Evans; Nebo 4, Dean L. Bristow; and Nebo 5, Marlin E. Boyer and Bonnie J. Palmer; Provo 1, Ronald D. Bingham; and Provo 5, David G. Weight. The propositions on the ballot are as follows: Proposition 1 if passed, nonprofit nursing homes and hospitals would not have to pay property taxes. Proposition 2 exempts property tax on farm equipment. Proposition 3 legalizes the State Board of Regents and gives them constitutional power and the authority to function. oair Michael Francis, Director for Purchasing James Michaelis, Director of Computer Services Thomas Rasmussen, Chief of Police Dick Van Zomercn, Physical Plant Director Lynn Brough and Director of Auxiliary Services Thomas Hover. The morning session was repeated in the afternoon and both sessions were informative and well attended.
|Title||UTC Press, 1986-11-03|
|Description||UTC Press was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem from February 07, 1985 to June 1, 1987.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
|Source||The U.T.C. Press, 1986-11-03|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|