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Atlanta Braves go from First to Worst Seepage 11 Jurassic Park chomps up competition See page 9 The Coililege Times Volume 22 Issue 2 Utah Valley Community College June 23, 1993 Cecilia Konchar Farr speaks out on BYU, NOW, tenure and feminism See page 2 Remodeling jobs planned for campus Jody Hancock Senior News Editor If you haven't taken the time to notice by now, UVCC is under construction.There is a long list of remodeling jobs set up for the next two years which total at an estimated 25 million dollars. This includes both outside grounds and inside work. Rooms are being moved and space is being stretched to complete the dreams of having a big-,ger and better college campus inside and out. One of the biggest projects involves the physical education department. There will be new facilities built to supply that area with the equipment needed. A new dance studio, weight room, and racketball courts are just a few to start with. All of these plans will take an estimated two years, "The con Student government Elizabeth Lane Editor in Chief UVCC student government offers a variety of services and educational experiences to students. The purpose of student government is to serve as a link between the administration and the students.Studentbody President Steve Hatch meets with President Romesburg on a regular basis which provides a constant, student input relationship. Other student government members also consult with the administration regularly, creating the link that serves the students. Students are invited to write suggestions and drop them in one of the boxes located around campus or talk directly to student goverment members. President Romesburg receives raise Jody Hancock Senior News Editor UVCC President Kerry Romesburg now makes more then the governor. President Romesburg's sudden University of Utah President Arthur Smith received a$6,084-a-year boost to $141,284. The head of a similar institution earns $157,000, according to national comparisions taken from the College and University Personnel Survey. Utah State University President George H. Emert received a $4,368 yearly raise to $129, 376. The president of a comparable institutuion receives $159,400. Weber State University President Paul Thompson received a $4,470 yearly raise, bringing his struction is estimated to be completed the summer of 1995," says Administration and Inst. Vice President, Dick Chappell. The one thing that will not be added is a pool. Besides the large construction jobs, many small projects are being started. For instance, the International Studies office will move to the old Student Government office.The College Times office recently moved into a new office on the second floor of the Student Center Building. The student newspaper's old office will be turned into offices for administrators. And the list goes on and on. Some programs will be moved a little farther than others. The rodeo grounds and also the poles for the Utah Power and Light training will be moved across from the freeway to provide more space for the new additions. Steve Hatch Government members state that suggestions are taken seriously and dealt with directly. If you have a problem with a teacher or would like to make a suggestion, student increase of income came as a result of the Board of Regence fight to bring Utah's college's and universities President's pay up to par with other similar colleges. Although Romesburg makes more then trie govenor, trie salaries in Utah are still low in com- parison to the national standards. salary to $103,870. The head of a comparable institution earns $120,950. Southern Utah University President Gerald R. Sherratt received a $4,200-a-yearraiseto$96,500. The head of a peer institution earns $102,00. Snow College President Ferald Day received a raise of some $10,000, bringing his salary to $82,030. The president of a similar school earns $88,606. College of Eastern Utah Presi Trr" rqgr" izrm 3 HH ' -i Photo by Stev Hansen 7 Coinage Times The recently completed baseball diamond, now located on the south west comer of campus, is one of the many campus construction projects being completed. offers advantages to student government is where you should S- The campus ombudsman is not a part of student government, however the ombudsman participates in student government meetings and acts as a neutral, non-voting member. The ombudsman is also a liasion for students on campus and can direct students concerning legal matters. The ombudsman has a direct connection to an attorney and is available full-time to students.College is based on academics, but student government tries to offer activities to give students a chance to relax and enjoy these planned activities throughout the year. Being involved in campus organizations and activities can add to your total college experience. A student can get involved in student government by attending the Just for the record, President Romesburg will recieve $4,100 more making his income total $96,070. Other leaders in similar positions make nearly $100,000. The govenor makes $77,000. The salaries of other college presidents in Utah are: dent Michael Petersen also received a raise of about $10,000, giving him an annual income of $82, 030. The head of a comparable institution earns $88,606. Utah Valley Community College President Kerry D. Romesburg is getting $4,100 more a year, making his salary $96, 070. The head of a similar institution earns nearly $100,000. Salt Lake Community College President Frank W. Budd also is getting a $4,100-a-year raise for a $96,070 salary. weekly meetings. To find out meeting times, contact the Student Center. There are also positions available if you are interested in working with student government. 'In order for us to get the support from the state, we need to show that the support is here from the students. So I want that support from the students in all of the activities." Steve Hatch, Student Body President Student government is made up of a diverse and well represent cross-section of students. Because of the diversity in the student government, the needs of other students are recognized. Distant learning classes broadcast on cable TV Elizabeth Lane Editor in Chief Taking courses at UVCC has never been easier because now you can go to class in your own living room. UVCC is offering distance learning courses that will be broadcast during the Summer and Fall of 1993. The courses include: English 069, Math 105, German 101, FSO 210, American Civilization 170; Ethics and Values 205, AVSC 101, Ma th 099, Business Principles, CEFS 260, and Biology 101. The courses arepre-recorded and broadcast through television. This modern tech facilities Hatch anticipates a year of precedence. His predecessor, Paul Von Strahl, is remembered, among other achievements, for his political activism and his role in pushing the four year issue. Hatch responded saying that he wants to be remembered for giving pride to the students of UVCC. He commented, "I want pride, along with a four year school. As far as getting the pride and better support from the state. In order for us to get the support from the state, we need to show. that the support is here for j the students. So I want that support from the students in all of the activities." Involvement from the students is an important issue that will help build pride at UVCC. You can get involved in activities and enhance your college experience by participating in groups like student government.nology will make going to college easier than ever. You can even record the class lecture if you won't be home and watch it at your convex nience. The course instructors are available for students to contact, and an evaluation system is set up to track ans assist each student. Some courses suggest that students install U.Srwest voice mail to establish more communication between the student and instructor. To find out more about the courses, times or broadcast locations check inside the Summer of Fall schedules under television courses. Or contact Joyce Loiphant in the Center for Distance Learning at 222-800 ext. 8255.
|Title||UVCC College Times, 1993-06-23|
|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||The College Times, 1993-06-23|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|