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Wolverine's are now on television see page 5 Statewide student rally for education see page 7 UVCC's Forensic Team wins again see pages 10-11 Traveling with the UVCC Ski Team see page 16 Career Fair opens tomorrow as Business week continues UVCC is sponsoring a Career Fair tomorrow, February 8, in the Student Center ballroom in conjunction with the school's Business Week activities to assist students in choosing careers. "Most people choose a major, but haven't chosen a career, said Judie Johnson, UVCC career specialist. "The purpose of this event is to help students and potential students choose a career before they choose a degree." The fair will also acquaint UVCC students, area high school students, and Utah County citizens with careers and OLLEGE TIME UTAH VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE OREM, UTAH Volume Eighteen, Number Fifteen Wednesday, February 7, 1990 Hyrum Smith is Business Week speaker Hyrum Smith, Chairman of the Board of Franklin International Institute will be the Business Week keynote speaker tomorrow at noon in the Hall of Flags. Held in high regard for his speaking abilities, which puts him in constant demand, Smith appears almost daily before diverse groups across the nation. He has addressed thousands of executives, sales people, and civic leaders and is the author of several books. One of the founding shareholders of Franklin International Institute, Smith is also co-author of" the "Focus on Time Management" seminar. His ability to dedicate himself to something he believes in has carried over into areas outside the company. He recently developed a presentation aimed at combating drug abuse among teenagers, which he has taken to over one hundred schools without personal compensation. For these efforts, he has received national recognition. Smith was awarded the Public Service Award from the Associa tion of Federal Investigators in 1987. According to ASUVCC Business Senator, Ed Rickers, who has been instrumental in organizing Business Week, Smith is a dynamic speaker who provokes his audience to become active participants in the discussions he initiates. They then become motivated to change. Felony charges filed in flag theft Third degree felony charges were filed Friday by the UVCC Campus Police against two18-year-old males, one of whom is a UVCC student The charges stem from the theft last month of seven flags from the Hall of flags. The flags were allegedly found in the apartment shared by the two men. The state flags of Utah, Idaho, and New Jersey, plus the foreign flags of New Zealand, Israel, Sri Lanka, and the United Kingdom, were valued at $272, which resulted in the third-degree felony charges filed Friday. No date has been set for the arraignment of the two men. Third-degree felony is punishable by one-to-five years in the state penitentiary and up to $5,000 in fines. The flags of California, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, and Japan are still missing, according to SgL Noel Lyman of the Campus Police, who indicted that the department is investigating leads which should lead to the recovery of the missing property. Photo by Dun Wrtd Campus Police Chief Dick Van Zommeren and Sgt. Noel Lyman display seven flags which were recovered this week and are being held as evidence. Four more are missing. Lyman said, "If you know who has the flags, let us know. Your identity will be kept confidential." He also pointed out the seriousness of the charges facing the young men. "It's a shame to jeopardize your future for a lark." Lyman said that if students realized how serious the consequences can be in this kind of situation they mig;ht think again about participating in such acts. Call 222-8000, ext. 188 if you havce information about the other misssing flags. businesses in the Utah Valley area. "It's a come-and-ask event," added Johnson. "Utah companies are invited to give career information to UVCC students, and our students benefit from the opportunity to ask questions of potential future employers. The fair, an annual event at the college, provides area companies and UVCC students the opportunity to get to know each other. "By talking with representatives from different companies," Johnson said, "students get a better idea of what they'll do with their college degrees and companies have the chance to become acquainted with the variety and quality of students at UVCC." Organizations scheduled to participate in the fair include Price Savers, Megadiamond, Hardee's, Seven Peaks Resort Water Park, WordPerfect, Hercules, Alpine Aviation, Utah Board of Realtors, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, Murdock School of Travel, Olsen and Peterson Engineers, Utah Law Enforcement Academy, Intermountain Power, Nice Corporation, Utah National Guard, and Utah State Corrections Board. For more information, contact 222-8000, ext. 180. Business Week Brown Bag Forum today Today's Brown Bag Forum at noon in the Student Center ballroom will feature a local business man with a sense of humor. According to Ed Rickers, ASUVCC Business Senator, the identity of the speaker will remain a mystery until the start of the forum. However, Rickers said that the speaker, who is a self-made millionaire, has a lot of insight into success in business and a humorous way of presenting his experiences that students will enjoy. Free sack lunches will be given to the first 50 people in attendance at the forum. The ASUVCC Business area council is also passing out free ice cream at the Bookstore entrance in the Science Building and in the main concourse of the Business Building near the couches in the study area.
|Title||UVCC College Times, 1990-02-07|
|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, 1990-02-07|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|