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The College Times MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2008 THE INDEPENDENT STUDENT VOICE OF UTAH VALLEY STATE VOLUME XXXVII -NO. 19 (JVCOLLEGETIMES.COM ( UPDATE Charges Utah County Jail Former student Kidus Yohannes was arrested June 1 1, 2007 for providing false information on forms to obtain a fire arm. Charges have been dropped, but Yohannes still faces charges for credit card theft. Kidus Yohannes gun charges dropped, remains in custody Jennie Nicholls Assistant Ne.vs editor Charges for providing false information to obtain a firearm against former student Kidus Yohannes have been dropped. Yohannes was suspected of planning a shooting based on reports from a tip that Orem City police received in June of last year. Police took the tip seriously and served Yohannes with a search warrant. During the search, officers found a stolen bankcard in his vehicle, which was enough to arrest Yohannes. Held on two counts of providing false information to obtain a firearm, Yohannes has been serv Opinion A recent outbreak of censoring media and behaving badly has prompted The College Times to weigh in on the subject. PAGE A6 Sports The not-so-mighty and not-so-much-of-a-league MAWL needs help. , PAGE 156 Life "You're Awful and I Love You" find out why. PAGE Bl r'7'; -' ' - ' -. .,.,- k .. . lIM ... . I I,,.. ..i "My last State of ? Ken Hoglund College Times dropped ing time in prison since June 2007, with bail set at $250,000. Those charges have since been dropped after Fourth District Judge Gary Scott dismissed them under the reasoning that the forms were not specific about what information was optional. The form asks for a social security number, driver's license number, alien registration number and state identification card number. Yohannes was not clear on what numbers were optional and which were required. Yohannes remains in prison for the credit card theft charge. He has plead not guilty. Inside this edition Brandon Osmond College Times "Creating UVU" ends UVSC's college days Jennie Nicholls Assistant News editor The annual state of the college address was held this past Wednesday for faculty, students and community members to hear President wr "r J V .J- "V - h-V , . - - 'It' tt (Above) A broken pipe caused for evacuations and power outages on campus last Monday. The road by the student center pay parking and the institute building flooded. (Below) Unhinged pavement and cars caught in the wave of muddy water illustrate the damage left behind. Drew Howells At approximately 4:20 p.m., the campus was plunged into darkness amidst the pending blizzard that plastered Utah. But the outage was not due to the storm, the cause was a major waterline break that flooded the electrical distribution locker located in the student center on campus. if Sara Ulloa Peruvian children sang as they welcomed UVSC students to the country to present money and donations collected for survivors of the earthquake. Bill Sederburg comment on the accomplishments of the last year and the future of the school. The theme of this year's speech was "Creating UVU" to coincide with the switch . to becoming a university this Down the 4. ' Pipe dreams and flooding "When the power went out, many classes were in session, and several students were trapped in elevators," said Joel Herd, assistant director of the Student Center. "Our main concern is the safety of the students and visitors on campus." The buildings were evacuated and the campus was closed for the rest of the evening. About four feet of wa I0S E-3PHQS SB': OMC00R- D 0 p U i t "A 1 the College" coming summer. In review of 2007, a video to celebrate the successes was shown, including footage from sports, campus events, academic departments and the saga of the school's process of getting dirty drain ensue ter, mud and ice flooded the loading dock and electrical distribution node, as well as a car owned by Val Brown, the director of Food Services for the school. "I only just left the car there an hour ago for a quick stop, and I come to find it halfway under water," said Brown. Utah Power & Light See BURST PIPE- A3 university status. Sederburg mentioned that individual donations to the school from faculty members have increased over the past year. He admitted there See ADDRESS A3 ' t w. - ' i i. - Brandon Osmond College Times Brandon Osmond College Times ope for Peru project punctuates Hanna Hooge The efforts of students have finally paid off. Facebook pages, dances, hallway tables, popcorn, posters, fliers and petitions to local businesses were just a few of the ways that students raised money to send help to earthquake victims in Peru. The project "Hope for Peru" began last fall. It was started by Advanced Spanish 3050 classes just weeks after the Aug. 15, 2007 disaster, the day Peru suffered the deadliest earthquake See PERU AS ! ' .. . . .. i h.
|Title||UVSC College Times, 2008-02-04|
|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, 2008-02-04|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|