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TRADEWIMD 1 VOLUME 1, NUMBER 16 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF PROVO MONDAY, APRIL 21, 1975 I X, t 4 New Campus News Bureau "A new concept of a business atmosphere, where business actually could be conducted not the old-stylefour-walls-and-some-desks scene of the usual classroom, will be used in the new UTC campus,' said Dr. Lucille Stoddard, chairman of the Business Division at Utah Technical college. "We want to create an atmosphere of an actual business situation, where, for instance, a secretary will actually work after she graduates," said Dr. Stoddard. "If we do, she will be that much more at ease and that much better prepared to do her job. The business building is one of three for which contracts have been let and construction is underway on the newOremcamnjus, located in the elbow of 1-1 b and Orem's 12th South, east of the freeway and north of 12th South. The other two are the automotive trades building and the mechanical building which will heat and air condition the campus. Present construction schedule calls for the beginning of classes in the new business structure by the start of school in the fall of 1976. It's completion will allow the entire business division to move from the From Security Parking lots are maintained at UTC for student use.. These los are made available through tax support. The use of the lots by students is a privilege. This privilege is offered to students who utilize them according to the regulations. Ut students are not to park on BYU property, other than lot 63 - Stadium Parking Lot, north of Riviera Apartments. UTC students are not to park in the Medical Clinic, the Bank, A and W, THE ROYAL INN, or any other business around the school. These business have and maintain parking lots for their customers and their use and not for the convenience for trie UTC students. In order lo protect themselves these BUSINESSES ARE GOING TO START TO IMPOUND CARS. STUDENTS: PLEASE PARK IN THE UTC PARKING LOTS vur mom scuim wtir Provides "Atmosphere" Provo campus---where it pre sently is housed throughout the permanent campus and overflows .into 10 temporary classroom trailers for the beginning of the 1976-77 school year. The new structure will be two stories, with the second story smaller in enclosed square footage but with open-air sun decks on each end for the remainder of the space. The sun decks will be utlized for a variety of uses when the weather permits, according to the division chairman. Contract award was for $2, 198,000 for the two-story, 65, 700-square foot structure. II will have a modern architectual style, similar to those of other buildings, planned to give a uniform look to the campus. The first floor, said Mr. Stoddard, will be a complex for a library, with audio-visual facilities where television or audio can be utilized. Surrounding will be four classrooms which will enable separate studies to be conducted in each with audio-viusal facilities available. Two of these will be in amphitheatre style, accomodating a maximum of 120 students each if necessary. The second floor will have business space similar to a large business office, proficing students with a simulated working business environment. A glare- free skylight for this area will utilize daylight in addition to the built-in artificial lighting, system. The open recreational sun decks will flank either side of the second story. A feature of the new building, according to Dr. Stoddard, will be special rooms for fashion merchandising, modeling.groom-ing, and personal improvement. All phases of business, marketing, merchandising, management, secretarial training, accounting, and data processing will be taught in the new building, as they are presently being taught on the Provo campus, said the business division chairman. The secretarial training will include such specialties as legal and medical secretarial work. Included also will be the specialized training presently given in hotel-motel-restaurant management and fashion merchandising.The new structure can accomodate clsoe to 1,000 students, said Dr. Stoddard, with the latest equipment for all types of business training. "It is our aim, she said, "actually to create a business community within our new building. We believe it will be the best atmosphere in which to train men and women for the business world." Women Hold The IAWS (Intercollegiate Association of Women Students) Convention was held at Hotel Utah in Salt Lake City last month. Delegates attending the convention represented 200,000 college women in campus organizations throughout the United States. This conventionprovidedanin-sight to other women's associations on other college campuses and offered suggestions and idvice on how to improve programs and an evaluation system Df programs and individuals. This convention included workshops .covering -these, subjects: sexuality, consumerism, women' in labor unions, business, reli-, gion, women's studiesaiKnnrn--ority women, Rape and assult prevention and women In govern-' M. . J V ' A J 1'" THE WINNERS OF the studentbody elections were announced at the Midnight movie held at the Fox Theater in Provo. 3 Students Attend Class The class, Introduction to Women Studies, is being offered here at UTC this quarter. Jan Tyler is teaching this class and is very qualified to inform students of all the areas and roles of outstanding women in the world. The class is also to help individual women reach the goal and identity they are seeking for themselves. The sad thing is this class r Calendar April 15 April 17 April 22 April 23 April 30 May 1 Workshop ment were other worKshops. Athletics for women on college campuses was a major issue. Vital statistics involving athletic programs came out in the open. Another important issue brought to attention was self concept and how people view themselves. Ways of improving one's self concept and becoming a complete individual were impressed on everyone present. Elections for new officers and where next year's convention will be held took place. In attendance at the convention from UTCP were Carrol Reid, Dean of Women Students; Marsha Hacking, next years Women's Vice Pres. here at UTC and RuthMikkelsen. J nas less than 1 per cent in attendance of UTC Students. Only three UTC students and three people holding administrative po-sitons at UTC are registered for the class. This class is held every Tuesday night from 6:00 to 7:30. If you areinterested, drop into classroom S 203. You'll find that it will be a class you cant refuse. of Events U.T.C. vs B.Y.U. (Baseball) 2 p.m. at B.Y.U. Ice House dance, with Honey and Soul. Kite Flying contest. Motor-cross to be held at Suntana Raceway. Impromptu concert in student lounge Swearing-in Ceremony.
|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;|
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