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OTC Sfesfe Volume 9 Number 23 1981-82 Student Council Elected It appeared to be a good turn-out as 15 percent of all UTC students participated in voting in the 1981 studentbody elections. With all the votes tallied, the final election results are as follows: President and Vice President: Kerry Lee Graves, Janet Grandvig, 232; Clay Lantz, Kip Gibson, 195. Social Vice President: Karen Ottescn, 226; Paul Strong, 195. Cultural Vice President: Lisa Wardel, 201; Liz Throkmorton, 194. Special Events Vice President: Ellie L. Davis, 225; Shad Boardman, 169. Academic Vice Pres- WADE HANSEN Spring Enrollment Up Compared To Numbers in Spring 1980 . Spring quarter enrollment of Utah Technical College at Provo-Orem totaled 3,704 students a substantial 16.7 percent increase over the 3,175 of the spring term last year. This was announced recently by Grant L. Cook, Utah Tech registrar, who noted the OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE ident: Bill Brown, 203; Donna Black, 193. Financial Director: Lynn Ann Gleaves, 216; Ryan Paul Thorn, 208. Public Relations: Lori Ann Hansen, 268; Roland Benson, 168. The new council has already held their first meeting and selected two students to be put in appointed offices. Donna Black, who ran for academics vice president, will be the studentbody secretary. Wade Hanson, a former candidate for president will fill the spot as Intra-mural's Vice President. Several persons were interviewed by the new council for the positions. DONNA BLACK continuing enrollment growth of the college for comparable periods. Cook said the spring quarter total this year is down from the winter quarter just passed, but that is an expected and yearly trend at Utah Tech. The opening of the construction season and other forms of work us Bfefes; KERRY GRAVES ELLIE DAVIS ft The following are the officers for the Drafting Club: L to R, back, John Norgran, Rick Miles, Dan Perry. Front: Ellen Haven, Lisa Wardle, Jolene Goble. ually results in more students entering the job market at this time. Other colleges in the state experience the same thing, he said. Utah Technical College at Provo-Orem set an all-time enrollment record of 4,503 for the winter quarter just passed. VoMrags WA if JANET GRANDVIG 'It- i BILL BROWN -1 - Another significant factor in the spring enrollment, said Cook, is the fact that the full-time equivalent figure is much higher than spring of last year. The full-time equivalent figure is reached by taking the total number of student credit hours and dividing it by 15, considered to be a AT PROVOOREM KAREN OTTESON LYNN ANN GLEAVE Events Friday, May 1: Baseball, UTC at CNCC, at 1 p.m. Friday, May 1: Cutoff date for current expense items to be purchased during the current fiscal year. Saturday, May 2: Baseball, UTC at College of Eastern Utah, 1 p.m. full-time load. For spring this year, the full-time equivalent was 3.122, an 18.3 percent increase over the 2,639 for spring last year. This indicated, he u May 1, 1981 LISAWARDLE LORI HANSEN Drafting Elects Officers The Drafting Club has elected officers for the 1981-82 school year. They are: Rick Miles, from Mountain View, Utah as President; Ellen Haven, from Riverside, California as Vice President; Jolene Goble, from American Fork, Utah as Secretary; Dan Perry, from Bend, Oregon as Treasurer; Lisa Wardle, from Provo, as Reporter; and John Nordgran, from Paris, Idaho as Historian. Tuesday, May 5: Financial Aids Office closed. Wednesday, May 6: Baseball, UTC at Utah J.V., 1 p.m. Thursday, May 7: Title IX Workshop, 9 a.m. said, that more students are attending Utah Tech full-time, while the college is still serving numbers of part-time students mainly in the evening school.
|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;|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|