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li Letters, letters, more letters to the editor see pages 2-5 Stouffers Foods makes donation page 6 Annual Achievement Awards Banquet pages 7-9 State Intramurals begin at UVCC see pages 14-15 Graduating students may earn $10 and chance at scholarship Students scheduled to graduate this spring with an Associate of Science or Associate of Arts degree could receive one of two scholarships worth $250 to a four- year college of their choice. To be eligible for the scholarship, the graduating student is being invited to participate in an outcomes assessment. The project is aimed at gathering information on the progress students have made while at UVCC in selected areas. UVCC is interested in seeing OLLEGE TIME UTAH VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE OREM, UTAH how well our educational programs have prepared students in these areas to similar programs nationally. This knowledge can help UVCC improve its programs where needed. The project takes two hours of the student's time, for which they receive $10 upon completion. Students who decide to participate should call the Assessment Center at 222-8000, ext. 269 to schedule an appointment between now and May 31. Symphonic Band performs in spring concert tonight Volume Eighteen, Number Twenty-Nine Wednesday, May 23, 1990 UVCC students to participate in Soviet Student Exchange UVCC and Foreign Business Culture Exchange (FBCE), Inc. will send eight students to Moscow, Russia to study at the Institution of History and Archives of Moscow State. While in Russia the students will study the Russian language, culture, social history, and humanities. Besides visiting Moscow and its surrounding areas, the students will also have a chance to visit Leningrad.The FBCE was established to help UVCC and its students acquire proficiency in cross-cultural humanistic understanding, basic foreign language communicative abilities, basic foreign language vocational and business language abilities, and practical experience in foreign production and business methods. This program can help with relations between the two countries. "We can finally build some bridges," said Eberhard Lehnardt, a UVCC faculty member and executive secretary for the FBCE. The goal in exchanging students with Russia is to trade information between countries and help students better themselves. During the Russian exchange, students will be cooperating with the Moscow Institute of history and Archives in joint scientific research projects with the FBCE. The scientific research will be in such fields as new methods of historic, cultural and social research, the creation of data-base Russian students Continued on page 6 The UVCC Symphonic Band will perform in Spring Concert this evening at 7:30 p.m. in the Student Center Ballroom. "We have tried to pick a program that will appeal to a variety of musical interests," said Wayne Erickson, UVCC band director. "The band will perform a variety of serious concert works along with several marches and popular selections."Some of the works to be performed by the band include The Liberty Fanfare by John Williams, The Florentiner March by Fucik, A Moorside Suite by Gustav Hoist, and Jubilant Overture by Alfred Reed. These selections and others were featured on the band's recent tour to the Four Corners areas. The Symphonic Band, which was formed three years ago, is a select group of highly talented and trained musicians according to Erickson. Other music performing groups at UVCC include the Jazz Ensemble, A Cappella Choir, and Chamber Choir. The concert is open to the public and admission is free. Football proposal goes before Board of Regents By Darryl McMillin Staff Writer The proposal to have a football team at UVCC will go before the board of regents on Thursday, May 24 where a decision will be made as to whether or not UVCC will have a football team. President Kerry Romsburg will travel to Utah State University, along with Athletic Director Mike Jacobsen, to hear the final word. Both Jacobsen and UVCC Budget Director Douglas Warner anticipate a positive outcome and are optimistic UVCC will soon be able to select a football coach. Last April 26, the proposal went before the board to be presented as information only. This time action will be taken on the proposal . Interested students are encouraged to carpool to Logan to attend the meeting and show their support of a team for UVCC. 'li'fciri i w l: 1 i m . , a .4 VJ. 'A. C ' iH! 'Hj ::i i N-j! : : 1 1 iiu"r!i i1-:;'! ilj!'i,,: :i I (::! I ; -:i i i. " Jjl: li. . : !jji!mwmimw i"B"(tii -iiiwj.-. a 'Bth,,,. mm ... "iiiMwi, m .. TPid'i. -it fr www .J! - KX;, tTtiw'iy,, mk imks&te ,3;, ' !:: ' l:J I1' -fl Photo by Erio Wall Alan Ashton, president of WordPerfect, was the guest speaker at yesterdays annual Co-op luncheon which honored area employers who hire UVCC students through the Co-op program.
|Title||UVCC College Times, 1990-05-23|
|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, 1990-05-23|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|