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W mil m mis tks nfe liUp iKki! ft a w' 5 .J UTAH VALLEY STATE COLLEGE J HI 1 J VuV EL BUEN PANO EN EL ARCASE VENDE MONDAY, APRIL 5, 2004 Sports i t .1 '4:7 r No Stockton. No Malone. No Problem. Somehow the Jazz have got it done. Sports starts on Page 8. Your Campus J ' ' ' " " i i I. i Writers and artists get their due in this year's Touchstones. See Pace 6 UVXPress Boring weekend? UVX-Press is the answer. Pick up a copy every Thursday. UVXNews Emity Hibbert i : . i UVXNews gives you the news you can use, and looks good doing it! Check out the TVs in the halls. Your Numbers UVSC Growth 30.270 34.610 15.960 : a 4 Fall headcount enrollment projections Your Weather Mon rri Thunder Tue Wed I Thunder i Thunder Storms Storms Storms High 68 High 66 High 63 Low 43 Low 42 Low 41 A Zrj (HiioinaiiQugaiaiiniv (riii0iawiii0!EiiB ';', '''Hi Last Wednesday night, eight of the nine republican candidates met in UVSC's Grande Ballroom in a debate hosted by the communications department and ASUVSC. Candidates, Jon Huntsman Jr., Nolan Karras, Jim Hanson, Dr. Gary Benson, Marty Stevens, Fred Lampropo-luos, Gary Herbert and Parley Hellewell gathered together to answer questions chosen by the UVSC community. Phillip Gordon, chair of the UVSC Communications department said, "I'm just very proud of UVSC, I think this is an example of how we can be a forum for the exchange of public information. I think we can say for sure that whoever is going to be in the governor's mansion next year is going to know who UVSC is, and they are going to know the issues that we face." Absent from the debate was current governor Olene Walker, who had a scheduling conflict and was in Canada on a trade mission for the state. While the other candidates did not openly attack the incumbent, there were few, if any, compliments paid to the first female governor in state history, nor to her predecessor Michael Leavitt. The atmosphere of Wednesday night's debate was certainly one of transition in the state's Republican Party, as all agreed the state's top spot needed change. Topics such as UVSC's funding, tax reform, and parental rights were discussed. The moderator for the debate was Bruce Lindsay, news anchor for KSL in Salt Lake, asked each of the candidates five questions, which they were given a minute and fifteen seconds to answer. After each candidate had the opportunity to answer the question the floor was opened up to a round table discussion of the topic. "One of the challenges you have in a debate," said Lindsay, "in particular in an in-party debate, is to differentiate candidates. And when you have a field of nine candidates, eight of whom were here tonight, there is not a lot of time. My hat is off to the people who structured the debate at the college. I thought UVSC handled the debate very well and they should be commended." The first issue that was discussed was the Utah Board of Regents. The Board oversees the establishment of policies wuutu Liuuuiiuil uiiiiiiiiu Chsnnsl 3 (Prcvo) & 17 (Creni) April 6 at 5: April 8 at 5: April 13 at 5: April 15 at 5: April 20 at 5: April 22 at 5: April 27 at 5: April 28 at 5: 30 PM and 30 PM and 30 PM and 30 PM and 30 PM and 30 PM and 30 PM and 30 PM and 10:30 PM 10:30 PM 10:30 PM 10:30 PM 10:30 PM 10:30 PM 10:30 PM 10:30 PM and procedures, executive appointments, master planning, budget and finance, proposals for legislation, develop governmental relationships, and performs administrative unit and program approval for hieher education for the state of Utah. Currently Nolan Karras is the director of the Board of Regents. During the debate, Mr. Karras expressed his support for the regents, and spoke of the need to eliminate competition for funding be- "Debate" cont'd on P3. 3 ABOVE: KSL anchor Bruce Lindsay was the moderator of last Wednesday night's debate between the candiadtes seeking the Republican nomination for Utah governor. RIGHT: The candidates take questions composed by UVSC students and faculty. Governor Olene Walker, who is also seeking nomination, was not in attendence due to a scheduling conflict. ... - - - i ... J 1 V" - Jared Sumsion holds Diego before his cleft lip is operated on. Sumsion is one of four UVSC students who traveled to Guatamala two weeks ago with the Hirsche Smiles Foundation. UUSC students nut smiles on faces By Hanna Hooge ctVwsSlafl Jared Sumsion did not know what he was getting himself into as he boarded a plane and headed to Guatemala City last week. He arrived in this foreign place with only the amount of clothes that he could cram into his carry-on luggage and an extreme willingness to help. Sumsion is one of four Utah Valley State College students who were chosen to participate with what is known as the Hirsche Smiles Foundation. "I remember seeing the children come into the clinic the first morning we cot there, we hadn't had any sleep that night before; the people just looked at us like heroes," said Sumsion. "There were a few parents crying and I saw all of us walking and just knowing we could use some of the talents we had to help their children, because that is the essence of what we do." The Hirsche Smile Founda- "Smiles" cont'd on pg. 4 looEi at fr'antiGnstGUJ By Amanda Rollins eIsSlaf UVSC's library is hosting an exhibit entitled Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of Nature from now until April 30. The exhibit, which is currently touring libraries all over the United States, was developed by the National Library of Medicine in collaboration with the American Libraty association. Some of the items showcased in the exhibit are: organ donation, antique medical instruments, Barney Clark exhibit. Online tour of National Library of Medicine, Frankenstein exhibit. Do-it -yourself interactive open heart surgery, histoiy of artificial limbs, interactive Franz Waxman exhibit on Bride of Frankenstein. Student art show on Frankenstein and you can see "Frank" cont'd on pg. 4 UVSC welcomes Frankenstein to the library this month. Take a break from studying and check it out.
|Title||UVSC College Times, 2004-04-05|
|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, 2004-04-05|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|