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Pol TIME Volume Eighteen, Number Eleven "Mother Wove the Morning" presented on January 20 A single performance of Carol Lynn Pearson's one-woman play, tilled "Mother Wove the Morning" will be Saturday, January 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Student Center ballroom. Just before press time, Carol Lynn Pearson contacted the school and indicated that we would have her permission to offer a reduced rate of $5 to our students. She is appreciative of using our facility and being co-sponsored by the club. Pearson wanted this elective cultural experience to be financially accessible to our students. Therefore, upon presentation of a currently validated UVCC I.D.Activity Card, students will be allowed to purchase ONE ticket for $5. They are available at the Student Center desk. The play, deals with sixteen different women throughout history and their dramatic stories regarding the human family and their longing for their Mother in Heaven. In describing the play, Pearson -i--J v,. r Photo by Jnon Olson : Last-minute registration, class changes and disbursement of financial aids checks all added to the long lines as students began winter quarter last week. As of Monday, 7, 083 students had registered with many more expected. Last year at this time 6,298 students had registered. UTAH VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE OREM, UTAH fi:lfif --mM I ,M -. I fifi I iim Carol Lynn Pearson says, "I know in my heart that the Creator that brought us here is in some marvelous way both Father and Mother. Perhaps, in the beginning, on that primordial day, Mother wove the morning and Father made the evening. Why, then, did I grow up feeling that I was living in a Motherless home?" Sixteen women throughout history answer that question: a paleolithic woman; an Egyptian priestess; a biblical woman who i-lfi , if . watched the rape of the Levite's concubine; a Gnostic woman; a medieval witch; a Shaker deaconess, and many others. Their dramatic stories show that the human family has always longed for its Mother in Heaven, has often exiled Her, and is now inviting Her to come home. The Personal and Career Development Student organization is co-sponsoring the play which was written by the noted author. According to Anita Musto, faculty advisor of the Personal and Career Development Student Organization, it is very appropriate that the play is being sponsored by this organization.The club, headed by President Pam Appleton, is a support group for the re-entering student and has a special focus on problems faced by single mothers. Through participation in the club, these students network for jobs, make new friends, share common experiences, and learn from guest speakers. For more information, call Anita Musto at 222-8000, ext 585. VP I 1 January 15-19 is International Week By Brenda Campbell Non-Traditional Senator for ASUVCC This quarter it is one of the goals of ASUVCC to bring more recognition to UVCC's international students in order to help them feel more welcome at our school. The school enjoys representation from over fifteen different countries.As part of this goal, the week of January 15-19 has been set aside as Brown Bag Forum today features Ann Richardson Today's Brown Bag Forum at 12:00 noon in the ballroom is a little unusual. Presented by Ann Richardson (UVCC's foremost "Parsimonious Purchaser") the program will present specific guides to budget chic. Titled "I get no kick from Champagne: But 12 off the red-line gives me a buzz," the program will present ideas on buying and planning a wardrobe on a budget Learn how to dress for less and V ; Wednesday, January 10, 1990 International Week. There will be displays, activities, and a big dance on Friday, January 19th from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. ASUVCC is working with Morris-Ask Mr. Foster Travel agency for a give-away trip for two to one of North America's HOT vacation spots. This vacation will be given away at the dance as one of the door prizes. Other prizes will be given as well. have fan in the process. Richardson says, "Rule 1 says never pay full price for anything," and adds that there are specific ways to do this. This workshop will give specific guides to lowering your clothing budget. Participants will explore the utilization of factory outlets, seasonal sales, lay-a-ways and good customer techniques. Free box lunches will be provided to the first 50 participants.
|Title||UVCC College Times, 1990-01-10|
|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, 1990-01-10|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|