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J CvIl38 ""'ti vii""""t""" (f OLLEGE TIME X, Utah Valley Community College ), i Ur em, Utah Volume Seventeen, Number Thirty Wednesday, May 31, 1989 iiiuX'" , C ...... 1 ... S. :s Jr. in, ." T , iKKihi ... n , " "V ,r jf -it x,; x; v - - photo by Sieve Benjamin Barbecue at Provo Campus Held ASUVCC Technology Senator Karren Batty sponsored a barbecue for all of the Provo Campus students on Thursday, May 25, on the east side of the Provo Campus. Above, Kathy Johnson, general studies senator for 1989-1990, helps by taste testing the drinks. Valedictorians Named Seminar on Satanism Held Yvonne Devine Staff Writer The UVCC Law Society presented a seminar on Satanism and the occult on May 19 for society members and their guests. Randy Johnson, 38, former American Forks chief of police and past president of the Utah Police Association, was the speaker, he has been in police work for 18 years, and has been investigating the occult for the past six years. Johnson's main theme throughout the seminar was, "Take the time to read and study on this subject. You can not teach or fight against what you do not understand." Johnson also emphasized that, "What you see on the outside is going to be on the inside and most likely worse." Johnson travels all over the country giving seminars for police departments, school teachers and parent groups. Some of the topics his seminars cover are how to handle Black Magick (Magic), magic as entertainment, witchcraft, voodism, satanism or occultism. Dabblers in the occult often borrow from Voodoo, Witchcraft, Paganism, Church of Satan, or other religions. These so-called dabblers rarely have any idea of what they are doing, or what damage these beliefs could cause in their lives and others around them according to Johnson. He explained that whenever magick (spelled with a "k") is used, it refers to "black magick" rather than to magic tricks used simply for entertainment. The growing interest in occultism can be attributed, in some degree, to the relaxation of traditional values; increasing permissiveness in drug use; openly immoral sexual behavior; and alcohol abuse. Johnson is often asked why children become involved with the occult. He attributes their involvement to rebellion, peer pressure, the need for conformity, as well as youth using the occult to deal with the pressure to succeed. He also said that the commercialism of TV, music, reading materials, and toys designed to lure youth into the occult. Next week's article will define the various aspects of the occult, and methods used to fight it. UVCC has named its five valedictorians for the upcoming commencement excises to be held 10 a.m., June 10, in the Activity Center on the Orem Campus. Matthew Crandall, Francis D. Harrison, Jr., Ross Wayne Doxey, Brian Ray Birch, and Julie Ann Giles have been selected as valedictorians from the various schools within the college. Giles will represent the 934 graduates as the valedictorian speaker at commencement. Matthew Crandall is the 1989 valedictorian who will represent the General Studies area. He is graduating with an emphasis in mathematics. Born and raised in Orem, he attended Orem High School where he took Honors classes and participated in the choir. Crandall intends to transfer to the University of Utah and pursue a career in medical technology. He presently works at the Utah State Training School in American Fork. Francis D. Harrison, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Harrison, is graduating from the Construction Management program and will represent the School of Trades and Industry. He plans to complete an AAS degree in Physical Plant Management within the next year. A graduate of Wasatch High School, Harrison's interests include carpentry, computers, and math. Ross Wayne Doxey, Business Department representative, is graduating with a 4.0 GPA in Computer Information Systems. A lifetime Orem resident, he currently works for Novell in the software testing area. See Valedictorians Continued on page 3 Final Examination Schedule. Spring 1989 Final Exams will be held June 7, 8, and 9, 1989 (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) Instructions: Read across to the day(s) of your class; then read down and find the starting time of that class. This is your FINAL EXAM day and time. Students having more than two exams on one day may request a rescheduling of the third exam at a different time. See your instructor to make this arrangement. If your class begins at: And is on the following days: Time M, W, F, MW, MF, MWF MTWH, MWHF, MTWHF T, H, TH, TWHF YOUR FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE IS: 7:00 or 7:30 3rd Day 7:00 - 8:30 ,2nd Day 7:00- 8:30 8:00 or 8:30 1st Day 7:00 - 8:30 2nd Day 8:30- 10:00 9:00 or 9:30 3rd Day 8:30- 10:00 1st Day 8:30- 10:00 10:00or10:30 IstDay 10:00-11:30 2nd Day 10:00-11:30 11:00or11:30 3rd Day 10:00-11:30 2nd Day 11:30- 1:00 12:00 or 12:30 IstDay 11:30- 1:00 3rd Day 11:30- 1:00 1:00or 1:30 3rd Day 1:00-, 2:30 IstDay 1:00- 2:30 2:00 or 2:30 IstDay 2:30 - 4:00 2nd Day 1:00- 2:30 3:00 or 3:30 3rd Day 2:30 - 4:00 2nd Day 2:30- 4:00 4:00 or 4:30 IstDay 4:00 - 5:30 2nd Day 4:00- 5:30 5:00 or 5:30 3rd Day 4:00 - 5:30 2nd Day 5:30- 7:00 NOTE: Evening classes that meet at 6 p.m. or later will hold final exams during the regularly scheduled class time during final exam week.
|Title||UVCC College Times, 1989-05-31|
|Description||The UVCC College Times was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Valley Community College from September 28, 1987 to June 23, 1993.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Valley Community College--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
|Source||College Times, 1989-05-31|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|