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rRADEWIND r 1 1 1 11 1 i Vol. 6 No. 7 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE IN PROVO - , November 4. 1977 rrr i, ' ... . ' ' . 1 ' ' ' - ' . - Student Body Officers Attend Leadership Confab Recently Student Council members and advisors went to Homestead, Utah for the UTYCA Assembly. (Utah Two-Year College Assembly) Blake Buhler said it provided various workshops, leadership confabs and an opportunity to get acquainted. Laurie Hart liked the film "John Bakers Last Race." she Brent Lundell will serve as the State DECA President. Lundell Named Utali State Deeca President "Three of the hardest things to do are; 1) climb a fence that's leaning toward you, 2) kiss a girl that's leaning away from you, and 3) become the State President for Junior Collegiate DECA." This was the opening statement of Brent Lundell's campaign speech for DECA State elections. The combination of a winning speech, natural leadership ability, and a lot of hard campaigning placed him in the spot by a landslide. Brent has been active with UTC's chapter of DECA for two years. Last year he received the DECA Outstanding Service said its message was never quit no matter what the odds may be. Tamela liked the people and Ellen Cowden learned ways of drawing leaders closer. Randy Kester felt the conference had better unity than ever before. Al Green, Dean of Snow College counseled advisors on setting goals to help students in n r award for recruitment and enthusiasm, and he is now Chapter President as well as State President. A graduate of Spanish Fork High School, Brent was an Honor Student and the President of YPCA. In ending his speech he said, "I've climbed a fence that was leaning toward me, (and that's hard). I've kissed a girl that was leaning away from me, (and that's even harder ) . So all I need to do now is become State President for Junior Collegiate DECA." Now Brent has accomplished this. -"1 -- leadership positions. Mary Bethers, advisor, felt the conference was warm and personable. Tom Hover, advisor, liked the idea of inviting Ricks to next years conference and inviting executive council officers of opposing team's school to support events. Cheerleaders Chosen for 1977-78 Sports There are four new additions to Utah Technical College's sports program. They are the newly elected cheerleaders, Deanna Farnsworth; head cheerleader, Cammie Din-smoore, Audrey Wroten and Annette Smith. Hie girls are under the direction of Sharon Benson, women's coach. Also assisting the girls in their cheering activities are Coach Gary Gardner's two daughter's age 11 and 13. Senate Elects Officers Elections were held recently for officers of the Student Senate. David Guinn is the new president, Steven Boyack is the vice-president, and Renae Slade is the secretary. None of these were available for comment. Meetings for the student senate will be held every Tuesday at 5 p.m. in Room 123 in the Orem Business building. All senators are urged to attend the meetings since activities will be planned. "The senate is a good organization, and attendance is essential." David Guinn, president, commented. Mr. Guinn indicated that there has been a problem previously with a lack of interest on the part of the new officers. He especially emphasized the importance of attendance at the meetings. He indicated that many important decisions would be made at these meetings, and attendance is essential. According to Blake Buhler, student body president, the student senate is the "student's voice to the student council." He, too, emphasized more involvement in it and added that the faculty advisers should urge more involvement on the part of the students in their 9:00 classes. 0 t V These four girls will be supporting the athletic Audrey Wroten, Cammie Dinsmoore. Deanna teams as cheerleaders. They are from 1 to r Farnsworth, and Annette Smith. School Celebrates Own Halloween in Strange Costumes, Mir nieces The Orem Bookstore really got into the Halloween spirit this year! Cathy Sorenson, Dooxsiore cr supplies clerk, sported a f unique Halloween outfit. It , consisted of a big white baby bonnet, a red and white checkered dress with . strawberries, red slippers, and "Pampers." Also featured in the bookstore was a "Zap" greeting card, rubber skull, r s-Raggedy Ann Doll, red and blue furry laugh bags, a moving hand serving "Trick or Treats," and a telephone that squirts water. Miss Sorenson lncucaiea mai it was all for the purpose of promoting the Halloween bargains. The Business Department, as well as other offices, dressed in costumes wigs and "scary" make up. V-i - t J' V r u T ! " . l ' 1" H Kathy Sorenson does a striking pose of the original Baby Huey. Halloween turned out to be a fun time for the L'TC-P employees. til ; ' .
|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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