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Environmental Issues Yellowstone fires page 6 News from other campuses pages 10-12 This week in pictures pages 8-9 Deer Hunting in Utah pages 13-14 OLLEGE TIME UTAH VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE OREM, UTAH ( Volume Eighteen, Number Five Wednesday, October 25, 1989 Students encouraged to support quake victims benefit dance ASUVCC has voted to encourage students to share their time and talents to benefit the community for two UVCC Pride Day Activities. All students are encouraged to attend the Quake Shake dance tonight from 9:00 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. in the new Hall of Flags between the Science Building and the Administration Building. All funds raised will go to aid the Red Cross Relief effort on behalf of the California earthquake victims. There will be an auction held of goods and serv ices donated by local concerned businesses and private citizens. Pride Day Continued on page 16 Bill Demby featured speaker as college kicks off 'Handicapped Awareness Week1 r .. ". 11 111 isu """" v.' j"".1"1 'i Bill Demby Bill Demby 's name may not be familiar to UVCC students, but most of them will recognize him from his participation in a popular DuPont commercial which emphasized the abilities, rather than the disabilities, of the handicapped. Demby will be the guest speaker as part of next week's Handicapped Awareness Week at UVCC. The event will be in the Student Center ballroom at noon on Wednesday, November 1. William Albert (Bill) Demby of Hyattsville, Maryland, is a part-time counselor with the Howard County (Maryland) "Disability Awareness Project." A nationally-ranked disabled track and field competitor, Demby serves as proof that a major disability doesn't mean the end of the line in life or in athlet-ics.Demby Continued on page 4 UVCC German Club cuts through red tape, sponsors Quake Shake dance V? dm r , . ... .... vf. Photo bv Juon Olson German Club president, Bob Dunkle Terry Young Editor in chief Making plans for school events involves a lot of red tape as groups jockey for time on the student events calendar, arrange for a location, get the music, prepare posters and set publicity in motion. It all takes time, and schedules are set up months in advance. But even the best laid plans can't include natural disasters like the earthquake which hit the San Francisco-Santa Cruz area of northern California last week. Even the proverbial miles of red tape couldn't choke the determined,spur-of-the-moment efforts of one clubs' members to do something for the quake victims this week. The German club started their regular or so they thought meeting last Wednesday in the Outpost President Bob Dunkle tossed out the idea of the club sponsoring a dance to benefit the Red Cross relief effort for the victims of Tuesday's quake, Quake Shake Continued on page 16 t't: rr, ic - I ..... 7,"''NsJl Photo by Jawon Otaon The stage is set...almost The stage crew puts the finishing touches on the elaborate set for "Dracula." The play opens tomorrow night for the dinner theater performance and regular performances October 27, 28, 30, and 31.
|Title||UVCC College Times, 1989-10-25|
|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, 1989-10-25|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|