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RADEWIND czzzzzzzzzzz: - 2 Volume 6 No. 3 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE IN PROVO October 10. 1977 arDor Parfly E njoyei The boat harbor party was described by one student as a "Whopper". The annual event, sponsored by the student government was extremely successful, with students, teachers, and administrators joining in the fun. The weather was perfect for sim rromems Come to In anticipation of this year's influx of students, a 30-seat capacity bus was acquired by UTC-PO. To get this bus, the budget had to be juggled and presented to the Board of Education. After the Board okayed it, the state, who allocates funding, was approached. UTC gave reasons for the bigger bus, and final approval was given. But this service has not been without it's problems. One main problem of busing from campus to campus is balancing the schedule to accomodate the greatest number of students possible. However, a tentative schedule was set up. Hourly trips between campuses, 8 times a day are made. The permanent bus schedule is as follows, according to Phil Kresge director of Professional driving. The bus will make eight runs a day beginning at the Provo campus at 7 : 40 a .m . Women To Demons Self-dele A spotlight session on self protection devices for women will be held on Wednesday. Eric Frame, director of Security at UTC-P, and two martial arts specialists, will demonstrate three or four practical and basic self-defense techniques. All women are advised to wear pants, since these physical, defense techniques SiudosiiS the activities planned by Intramural Coaches Vince Miner and Sharon Benson. Some of the activities included volleyball, powder puff football, and dunking. There was chicken for everyone in attendance, with about 200 persons in attendance.2nd and ending at 3 p.m. at the Orem Campus. Ail buses will leave the Provo campus at twenty minutes to the hour and the Orem campus at ten minutes after the hour. However, there seems to be a conflict between information given by Phil Kresge and by Lewar Rockwood's office. According to Mr. Rock-wood's office, the buses will only be running until 12 noon. There has also been a problem of people parking cars too close behind the bus where the driver cannot see them. In addition, students have been parking their cars in the bus zone on the north side of the business building. Mechanical failure of a bus can be a problem, but an avoidable one. Every morning the turn signals, emergency exits, tires or any leakage is checked out to assure passengers the safest ride possible. be Given on on e Actions will be practiced. A portion of a film on self-defense will also be shown. Chief Frame will not only be discussing the self-defense techniques but also preventive measures. The spotlight session will be shown at 10 a.m. in the faculty lounge at the Provo campus and at 12 noon in room 105 in the Business building in Orem. The Boar Harbor party held recently at UTC-PO was a huge success along with activities like powder-puff football and eating. Children's Care Center Open Afor A Children's Center Day Nursery will be maintained by Utah Technical College at Provo this year with the dual purpose of training students in child care and providing a day care center for children of students, faculty and staff. According to Mrs. Anne Cox, Director of the Department of Occupational Home Economics, a maximum of 20 pre-schoolers will be accepted for the center with children of students having the first priority. Children of faculty and staff will then be taken should there still be any openings. Community openings are considered unlikely, Mrs. Cox said, since the first two categories are expected to fill the quota. The children must be at least The children will be cared for from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. every school day. They will receive hot lunch and amid-three-years-old. Anyone interested in placing children in the center should apply immediately to the Division of Health Occupations on the UTC-Provo Campus. morning and mid-afternoon snack, Mrs. Cox said. They will also receive some preschool training and learn how to get along with one another in a group of school situation. Children will not be taught to read, but will be better prepared to learn to read from what they will learn in the day care center, according to Mrs. Cox. Students taking the children's care course will be the children's teachers, under supervision of Mrs. Renee Kennedy. Graduates of the three-quarter course will be qualified to work in child day care centers and nurseries, as teacher aides in elementary schools, and in some programs, like Headstart. Cost to enroll children in the center will be a basic charge of $4 per eight-hour day, with part-time costs to be adjusted. Weekly reports will be sent to parents on the progress of their children, andonce-a-month night "parenting" class will be held for parents to deal with any problems involving their children. The Children's Center is li censed by the state. students enjoyed the natural beauty of the area in canoes. r Autumn is one of the most fun the younger generation join 7C " - I M ? iji . 7," . f ''"' u i S " " " V times of the year. Here members of in an autumn celebration.
|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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