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MES i 1 1 ; VUVSC BASKETBALL FANS with UVSC ID card will get in free to all season basketball games. VUVSC WELCOMES Lt. Governor, Olene Walker, who will be speaking on the evolution of women's rights in Utah during the Utah Centennial celebration on Wednesday, Jan. 24 in the Ballroom at 12 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend. VMARCH 4-8 IS NATIONAL nutrition week, and in recognition I am trying to organize the first UVSC meat out, and vegetarian awareness day. If there is anyone interested in assisting with this project please contact Clay Olivers at ext. 8694, or stop by his office at SC103. WHAT'S HAP-pening at the Institute? Jan. 16 Frat. Faith Walk Jan. 19 Devotional For more information call the Institute Hotline at 222-0589. VFREE CHILDREN'S IMMUNIZA- tion are available at the Wellness Center or children of students, staff and faculty. This is a free program for those who qualify under the following criteria: l)Children without health insurance. 2) Children enrolled in the Medicaid program. 3) Native or Alaskan native children. 4) Underinsured children (children whose health insurance does not cover the cost of vaccines). For more information please call 222-8873. VWINTER QUILTING PROJECT Wanna be 'KNOTTY'? We need you to help tie quilts tol benefit local shelters. Due to the tremendous suc cess of this project last year, Volunteer Services is sponsoring it again this year. To make a donation of time, materials, or money, call ext 8796, or come to SC 105. VUTAH COUNTY CRISIS LINE IS in need of volunteers. Contact Stacee McCotter at 222-4433 VCAMPUS CONNECTION IS open from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday. VFREEDOM RINGS UVSC'S CLUB for gay, lesbian and bisexual stu- Across, Page 8 i Health UVSC gets healthy Rusty Butler News Editor On January 8 and 9 the UVSC Wellness Center, in conjunction with UVSC student government, sponsored the Health Awareness Fair which was held in the Hall of Flags. The annual event brought many local health-related businesses to UVSC's campus to educate students, faculty, and staff about being healthy in the 90's and to increase awareness about different health risks which are in the world today. - This event was originally founded by student government a few years ago with the intent of promoting health awareness to all those who wanted to maintain healthy lives and get into shape. A few years after that, the Wellness Center, with Connie Kitchens at the helm, began to co-sponsor the annual affair. With this merger, the health fair took off. Some of the local businesses that were invited to help complete the fair included Powerhouse Gym and Paradise Health Club. Both organizations helped demonstrate ways if getting more out of your body by exercising. The Utah Valley Chiropractic Clinic, along with Lifestyles 2000 Health, Page 9 Jenny Sabin, of Joe Kader Utah Valley Kempo, performs Kata steps during Health Week. Funding for education centers opposed Craig Harter Senior News Editor Utah Governor, Mike Leavitt recently removed funding from UVSC and several other Utah colleges, from the $5 billion budget for 1996-97 school year. The proposed budget plan will not only affect UVSC, but several Utah colleges throughout Utah. Aside from the expansion which needs to take place, UVSC has another problem to worry about. The budget plan will not allow the school to pay the leases on the education centers. The budget plan that Leavitt proposed contains $31.7 million which is to be budgeted for higher education in Utah; $2.7 million of which will be given to UVSC, which will affect the leases on three of the school's education centers, namely those in American Fork, Heber City, and the Provo Airport, leaving no other options but to sell the property. The Park City education center is the only center that will not be affected by the budget, due to the fact that there is not a lease to be paid. Although it may seem as though all is Fund, Page 6 Budget Student rally at the State Capitol Sheila"Banister Editor-in-Chief On Friday, Jan. 19, college students from around the state will assemble on the steps of the State Capitol building to participate in a student rally during the first week of the new session of the State Legislature. The rally will be held from 12 to 12:30 p.m. Several student body presidents from state schools will be speaking including UVSC's Student body President Terry Ann Harward. Redly, Page 8 At a glance: J Takinq a sDlitp. M I PiggiiV out pa9e StentUfe.. .14 t ..v y:.'
|Title||UVSC College Times, 1996-01-17|
|Description||UVSC College Times was the student newspaper for Utah Valley State College from July 07, 1993 to June 2, 2008|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Valley State College--History; Utah Valley University--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
|Source||The College Times, 1996-01-17|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|