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,W W VOLUME 5 No. 11 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE IN PROVO RADEWIND H7) J O'GS Spencer W. Kimball, President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will be the main speaker at the dedication of the new Orem Campus. March 14, 1977 has been set as the date for the dedication service. While no one is looking two purses are picked up and carried olf by an unknown theif. Theft is becoming an alarming problem at Utah Technical College with amounts of theft already approximated at $350. Acampus police department has recently been established to extinguish the problem. Students help in the matter is also requested. Photo by Bryant Harmon Friday Forum Set Ben E. Lewis, Executive Vice-President of Brigham Young University will be the guest speaker of the noon Forum, this Friday. Mr. Lewis will be speaking on Calendar of Events Jan. 24 Intramural Talbe Tennis Jan. 25 Intercollegiate Basketball Jan. 28 Ski Party 8 p.m. TBA January 28, Dance February 3, Movie Feb. 9, Free candy hearts Feb. 11, Sweetheart Ball 8:30 Gym, pictures taken. n70 AOGu n nn MM 2) The event will begin at 10 a.m. to allow time in the afternoon for honored guests, interested visitors and the general public to tour the newly completed facilities. It was voted by the Utah Board of Regents to retain the "Which Way," the importance of goal setting and making correct decisions. The Forum will be held at the Institute of Religion, at 12:10. Games area 5:15 p.m. Logan p.m. $2.50 per couple, Women's n Provo Campus as well as move into the new Orem facilities. It has been planned to use the Provo campus for overflow classrooms and special studies. "The completion of the Orem Campus will be the beginning of a new era for the college," said President Sorensen. The new campus is located off the first 1-15 exit, and by 12th South in Orem. It will house the college administration. Four of the buildings on the new campus will be in use before the March 14 dedication. However, planning is being done on other structures. President Sorensen said the dedication will have special significance to Utahns with the Theft -a Rising Problem for Students by Merri Diane Bilbrey A young, unidentified man enters the second floor of the main campus. He goes from room to room until he enters an office where he confiscates a faculty member's purse. He is unsuccessfully pursued by other faculty members. Later the purse is discovered in the foyer of a nearby apartment complex. Sound like something out of an old Dragnet strip? No, it's only one of many incidents of theft occurring on the UTC-P campus. During the past few weeks, there has been an alarming theft problem of coats and purses, totaling approximately $350. Sweetheart Dance Scheduled On February 11th, UTC-P will be holding il's annual Sweetheart Ball at 8:30 p.m. in the Women's Gym. Dance lo the music of London Bridge, a new local soft -rock group. Tickets for the dance will be $2.50 at the door and al school. Pictures will be taken by Siarpe Photography for $3. A prominade will be presented at the groups first break, where 7 couples will perform a dance for the student body. The dance will be a semi-formal evenl, with corsages and boutineers optional. acceptance by President Kimball to be the principal SDeakerat the ceremonies. He fwill be given a special awarrv- uuiii uic uiaii 1cv.11 auu rtuvu sudentbo.dy. y Also on the program will be a short history of the college by President Sorensen, a discussion of the philosophical development of the new campus by Lavar Rockwood, campus planner and a musical number by the Orem High School A Capella Choir. The public is being invited to the dedication, with special invitations being extended to education, civic and church leaders of the region and state. The school has established a campus police department, and reports of theft and automobile accidents on campus can now be reported to them directly. When something is stolen, first a report is made with the security department, covering all details. Then an officer is assigned to the case to begin the investigation. They follow whatever leads they have and begin to interview people, until the last lead has been covered. Some of the items stolen on the UTC-P campus the past few months include: On January 8 a gold colored women's leather coat was stolen from the main office. It valued $160. On January 7 a man's beige raincoat, valuing $110 was stolen from the faculty lounge area. On January 3 a large three-drawer gold tool box was taken from a pick-up truck. The loss was estimated at $450. The last week of December, a red tool box and assorted tools and locks, valued at $150 was taken from the electrical supply room. On November 12, two ten-drawer craftsmen tool boxes were removed from the auto trades building. Four young males backed a green stakebed pickup truck into the main building and removed the two tool boxes while other students watched. The two boxes were valued at over $2,000. What can be done about this problem? Eric Frame, director "OTIH ... IJ Spencer W. Kimball, President of the LDS Church will be the main speaker at the dedication Ceremony of the new Orem Campus. The event is set for March 14, 1977 beginning at 10 a.m. of the security department at UTC-P reported, "The faculty does as much as they can. The students need to use common sense in securing their valuables. They need to learn not to hesitate reporting strange goings on. Even just a note in my mailbox is a lead. A great deal more is going on than is being reported. "People hesitate to report because they don't want to get involved. They're afraid. They don't feel it's their responsibility." He commented. Class Elections Now Underway The election of class presidents and organizing thorn into a representative body is currently underway at I TC P. Under the supervision of UTC-P's Vice President. Dei-Martin, department heads, und the faculty the elections are now taking place with some officers being already ekited. Bud Goff, Student awareness and academics vice presidi-ni, was appointed lo organize this body of representatives and coordinate their actions with the student council. The following goals have been set to gel this organization off the ground. 1. Line of Communications lo the student. 2. Give this body a name. Ml The problem is that once the item leaves the school grounds, it is difficult to recover. He recommends that students come up to his office and secure electrical marking pens so that they can mark their tools with their licence numbers. He feels that students should be more inquisitive. "It doesn't hurt to say, 'May I help you?' " They should contact faculty members if they think something funny is going on. "Theft doesn't happen to someone else. It happens to everyone." 3. Represent the students and their desires to the student council. 4. Serve as committees that affect the student body as a whole. 5. Recommend changes or amendments lo the const it ul ion of UTC -Provo. 6. Formulate guide lines by which the organization is 10 funct ion . Officers which have been elected or will be elected will be contacted as to when and where the first meeting of this representative body will be. Any comments or suggestions about the proposed communication source may be submitted to the switchboard or contact Bud Goff or Bill Reese for additional information.
|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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