UTC Press, 1986-11-17
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, : x r u Monday, November 17, 1986 50 permits lost or stolen this year already Students Warned Against Stolen f- ." ';'':.;:::!'--;: .-";; JS" - " bv Repine Holfeltz There are certain student issues that seem to surface year after year. Chief among these is UTC parking. A different twist to this old dilemma has emerged. Since school has started, approximately 50 parking decals have been lost or stolen. So far, UTC Campus Police have found 20 of them. The students caught with these permits give various reasons as to why they are in possession of these removable decals. Some have said that they bought them from other students, and others have admitted that they can't afford to buy one. Regardless of how the students get them, those caught with a stolen permit will be charged with possession of a lost or stolen permit. Once a decal is reported missing, its number is placed on a list that all UTC security officers carry. When a missing one is located, that officer immediately immobilizes the vehicle with the decal in it, by placing a boot on it. A notice is then placed on the car, requesting that the student notify Parking Services, located on the east end of campus, across from Lakeridge Junior High. Another officer is Vocational bv Dave Webb UTC was host to the Utah State Vocational Evaluators Conference, held November 12-14. There are six such conferences held throughout the school year, two of which are for new people in the field, and the other four are for those with some experience and training. The main objective of the workshops is to establish a standard operating procedure for the state's nine regional vocational assessment centers. The centers deal with high school and college students, as well as members of the community who are preparing to enter the job market Presentations were given on a variety of subjects, such as interviewing, testing, planning, and other aspects of career advisement. Robert Loveridge, director of the UTC Assessment Center, says, "Our main purpose as advisors is to assist people in determining positive things they bring to the work force, Forensics Team Prepares bv Janet Crawford UTC's forensics team will be competing in seven major tournaments this year. The tournaments will be held in several states including, Utah, Arizona, California, Idaho and Wyoming. The team has also been invited to attend the Governor's Cup tournament for the first time. The tournament : 1 I i Several parking ticket permits have been then called in to retrieve the parking permit from the auto. The cost to the student who has the decal is $15 to get the boot off, a $25 ticket for possession of a lost or stolen Conference J,4 I UTC was host to the Vocational Evaluator's Conference. integrate that with career information, and then guide them to various career options." Members of the group must become "...experts in a variety of information, such as educational opportunities, life and its accompanying decisions, will be held January 30 and 31 in Northern California. Throughout the year, the team will be competing in individual events. According to Kim Brewster, director of the forensics department, "We've always been really strong in the interp area." They include poetry, dramatic interp, prose and mixed oral interpretations. He also mentioned that the team 1 ... j Utah Technical College Provci lost or stolen this year. Those caught witn permit and all other charges incurred. Dick Van Zomeren, assistant administrative vice president and chief of campus police, warns UTC students and faculty not to Held at UTC and testing data," according to Dr. Robert Finley, a psychiatrist who addressed the group. Helping the counselors to? become experts in such,""' information is a grand computer program called the Guidncaf could improve in other areas such as impromptu, extemp, and persuasive speaking. The squad will be fielding two debate teams for the first time this year. Brewster indicated that the main reason UTC has not participated in debate is that UTC doesn't offer any scholorships in that area, and most debators are recruited by schools that do. The ttlss UTC Pageant ts Thursday. Friday evening ts tfve annuat royatty ball, whzte- the. nziv queen will be honored. See page three for detaits . . 'icm, Box 1609, Provo, Utah 84603 them will be subject to a fine. Photos "buy a decal from anyone else but Parking Services." They are the only ones authorized to sell them. He also advises students to beware of bargain prices on the Photo by Glen D. Nelson Information System. Counselors input the student's interests and abilities into the computer, and the computer subsequently lists 12,000 jobs and iheir probable availability and earnings, 400-500 of which are in Utah. According to Brewster, the people to watch for this year are the ones who are back from last year. Among then are Paul Tomoser, who placed high in public speaking at regionals; Rona Dyer, who went to nationals in interp; Joni Dyer, who qualified for nationals in mixed oral interp; Bruce Johnson, a persuasive speaker; and T.J. Brewster who took second place in the nation in dramatic interp. , '""V 'tfcji1 . - ! L. - Parking Decals " i by Glen D. Nelson decals. A year around parking pass costs $20, so according to Van Zomeren, "If you think you're getting a bargain on it, you'd better think that something is wrong." Students Needed to Rally at Capitol ASUTC student government urges all students at UTC to participate in a rally that will take place November 24 at the State Capitol Building. Some 10,000 students from both college and universities in the state are expected to attend. The rally will be in support of the governor's ALERT program, and to let the governor know the students disapprove of the suggested tuition increases. A copy of his proposals will be on hand in the student government office for those who wish to read it. Transportation will be provided for those who would like to attend. Buses will leave promptly at 3 p.m. Monday, November 24, in front of the Business Building. The background of the ALERT program is as follows: "On December 18, 1985, Governor Bangerter declared a for Season According to Brewster, six people came home with national trophies. UTC placed third in individual events on the junior college level at the tournament. This year, Nationals will be held April 1, 1987 in Texas. Brewster said, "We're really trying to strengthen the program." He also indicated that the program is open to anyone Inside the U.T.C. Press Editorials Page 2 Campus News. ...Page 4,6,7 Miss UTC Page 3 Sports Page 5 Entertainment Page 8 Volume 15 Number 7 Those whose decals are lost or stolen or who have any questions should contact Parking Services. Van Zomeren also warned all students to keep their car doors and windows locked. 'State of Alert' in Utah Education. Over the next decade, enrollments in public schools and higher education are projected to increase $31 and $40 respectively. This growth creates major challenges if the quality of education in Utah is expected to be preserved and enhanced. Governor Bangerter has completed preparation of a package of specific legislative reforms to public and higher education. The ALERT Committee will kick off a public campaign at a press conference. The objects are to education public opinion to support increased taxes and positive changes in our educational system; to mobilize the public to urge state legislators to support a comprehensive package of legislation providing for basic educational reforms and increased taxes; to lobby state legislators to vote for that legislation." who is interested. There is a forensics class which is held daily at 3 p.m. The class time is used to prepare for the tournaments. Brewster said that he is anxious to introduce new people into the program. He also said, "We're a close knit group. We have a lot of fun. The team gets close, you really get to know each other and people on other teams."
|Title||UTC Press, 1986-11-17|
|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, 1986-11-17|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|