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RA.DEWINDS VOLUME 2, NUMBER 3 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF PROVO OCTOBER 6,1975 Oct. 6-9. ..Club Week Oct. 6 . . Late Registration Fee in Effect Day Movie 10 a.m. to Noon " The Other Side of The Mountain" at. 7 Oct. 9 A WS i 1 Calendar of Events 1 Oct. 9 Oct. 10 Oct. 13, 10 Opening Tea Oct. 17 - j UTC Enrollment Still Increasing After 35 years UTC is still going strong! We have a new all-time high of 2,000 students on the regular day and 1,200 in the evenings. President Sorensen reported, "As of Friday September 29, there was slight increase above last year's enrollment of the same day, during the first week of actuaL school work, we did get a substantial number of additional students." Although we have set a new record enrollment there are still 27 occupational programs still open, they include: Accounting, auto body, auto machnics, general building construction, business machines repair, clerk typist, drafting and design technology, and eletronics. Fashion merchandising, general education, graphics technology, hotel-motel restaurant management, human services, instrument repair, legal secretary, nurses aide, petroleum management, medical receptionist, machine shop, marketing management, medical secretary, radiolot , refrigeration and air conditioning, secretarial (office education), stenographer, watch repair; and welding. Deer Hunt Dance 8 p.m. at Ice House . .LEA Convention No School 14 . . Chess Tournament a.m. - 5 p.m. in the front lobby 20 . . Harvest Boat Harbor 'A Together "A chance to have fun, to meet people, to get out and just be yourself, that is what the Boat Harbor Party is all about." said Bruce Whittaker. The UTC student council spent many long hours organizing and preparing for the Boat Harbor Party. With the beautiful fall day, it was hard not to show enthusiasm, commented several UTC students. The Party began at 11:30 with several different sports events, including football, Softball, and volleyball. Other activities included an egg toss contest, tug of war, and a relay race. Marsha Hacking said, "It was fun if you got involved . ; . if you didn't well . . . . " Tom Hover Chosen Director of Student Activities Tom Hover is the Director of Student Activities and the Advisor to the Executive Committee.Mr. Hover is a graduate from BYU. He comes to UTC with the skills he learned while working with the Student Government and Food Services Program at Dixie College in St. George, Utah. Mr. Hover is responsible, also, for the development of the Student Center on the new UTC Orem campus. When asked what his goals and r - , . 4 M lk i Party Experience' A noon lunch was served with "Hoagie Sandwiches" jello salad, potato chips, pop and an ice cream bar. One students said "the food the student council had prepared was excellent." Many students added, with the enrollment up there sure are a lot of bright smiling faces, friendly and exciting people to get to know. Many students took short canoe rides in the harbor. Bryant Harmon said,"TheBoat Harbor Party was enjoyable, the tug of war, the egg toss, and even the music, but most of all I enjoyed the food." It was an example of the success the UTC students can make out of a party if they get involved plans were for UTCProvo, Mr. Hover stated, "I would like to see UTC's image changed from the "Trade Tech", to the Community's Technical College with emphasis in both technical skills and social skills." Mr. Hover continued with, "The new Student Center will provide the opportunity for student involvement and improvement of these skills. "I look forward to serving the students of UTC as an advisor and as a friend," Mr. Hover concluded.i I A Holiday L. No School 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
|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;|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|