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i 4 ! a"i .j fc. r 1 r t i. . 1 7. Y i 7 A WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12 1998 Volume 27, Issue 6 Opinion The Clinton Scandals: a question of honesty?? 5 Life! Summer fashion faux pajjinri other good stulT 6 Sports Take a look at the new and improved suxt Stara 8 Marketplace 9 - ff s vj V-'- . A Candi BowmanThe College Times HOT EATS, COOL TREATS: Jeremy Bah eats everything on his plate while his mother Rosetta enjoys the summer sun. It was cool and breezy, perfect for a cook-out. Jeremy's favorite part of the festivities was guitarist Jonathan Dean. ICG hosts successful two-dollar barbecue CLUB CRAZY Inter-Club Council contributed to the spirit of summer last w eek when they sponsored the school's second barbecue of the season. b y K : i, i, i e En g i k ii a r d t K II I T 0 k I N C II I K K nter-Club Council held a barbecue in the courtyard area last Wednesday to make students more aware of what ICC does on campus. The purpose of the organization is to help students realize the importance of involvement in clubs on campus and the enrichment that clubs will add to the college experience. They are in charge of governing all clubs on campus. According to Carolyn Johnson. ICC advisor, about 300 students turned out for the event, Hamburgers, chips, soda, salad and a cookie were served to students. Several students played basketball and volleyball and musician Jonathan Dean performed several classic songs as well as new songs from his album for the crowd. "It was fabulous volleyball, basketball, tons of people, food and fun. What more could you ask for," responded Brad Cattermole, an ICC member when asked about the event, UVSC is home to about 80 clubs ranging in a variety from academics to athletics, special interest and international groups. Clubs on campus give students a chance to get involved in the school and community. Many events such as dances are sponsored by clubs and organizations on campus. For students interested in joining a club on rampus, you can contact ICC at 222-8820 or come by their office in SC104c. You can also receive more information about clubs at UV Rage on August 25 or at the fair held during club week. tiili hlltM Slate- Co Mi1!! c i::side Under the sizzling summer sun Whether you sit out in the sun or fivquent the local tanning salon, there are facts that you need to know. Kind out the myths and truths of tanning. Is ii worth it? See page 8 lew (DJ ram S IS SI Ann rJ n mum CONTINUING CONTROVERSY Edited films in Utah Valley are becoming a thing of the past as some motion picture companies are questioning the premise. B Y J 0 I) I I) K V. II K K i '; i ; K n I T o K Utah County movie patrons will find fewer chances to view edited films after many studios made it clear that this practice will not be authorized. Paramount Pictures pulled "Titanic" from American Fork's Towne Center Cinema and BYU's Varsity Theater will no longer show edited films. Although these actions were less than a week apart. Varsity Theater spokesperson Carri Jenkins said that BYU's decision was unrelated to the incident in American Fork. Towne Center Cinema owner John OUR VIEW Taking the liberty of editing films for public viewing is a sensitive issue and is usually surrounded with controversey. For more, see page 4. Allred said "we did not think about trying to get permission" because of other Theaters in the area that were editing films. Paramount Pictures may have heard about the Theater showing an edited "Titanic" from news wires but Paramount declined to comment. According to Allred. a couple of scenes were cut from the "PG-13" rated film including Kate inslet's nude pose and the steamy, sexually suggestive scene in the car. The final drawing of Winslel's nude character, which was sketched by director James Cameron, remained in the edited version. SEE MOVIES CONTINUED ON PG. 2 r.r 1,-1 1 - t Janae Obe maris ley The CoiiegeTimes TOWNE CENSOR CINEMA: Trying to reach an audience that prefers films without nudity and other strong material, this theater cut portions of "Titanic" and "As Good As It Gets." FinraDmis surDTQisons r? iiJn uw Kim 7 I k) i n , x -J ' i 17 n ITDdl T-1 D" ODD if ' v r r in -..in. i , J, .... i- ., .. .. , .. Oepadment of Student Activities B Y H A V A I, A II G II 0 I, I) STUN E X K C U T I V K N K tt S M I) I T (I K ow can someone become invoked in student life even before the first day of classes? The answer is surprisingly simple here at Utah Valley Stale College: UV Rage! The Rage was first held last year to the tune of some 3000 new students attending. The success of this first experimental gathering, designed as a way to let. students know there is more to UVSC than just their classes, showed that people want the opportunity to be involved and that everyone enjoys a good party. Dave Nabrotzky, president of the Associated Students of UVSC says the purpose of UV Rage '98 is to "showcase to these new students what the school has to offer academically and activity-wise, to develop a sense of pride in this institution and to express how to make the most of this college experience." ASUVSC is the organization responsible for the formation of this program. The student government felt very strongly about the reception of UV Rage last year and decided it was important lo continue a good thing. "So many students start their college experience scared to death and have no idea how to gel involved. This event offers ways in which they can meet new friends, get to know the faculty and who their student representatives." Nabrotzky said. The UV Rage will be held on August 25 from 10 a.m. lo 3 p.m. this year. From 10 to 1 1 a.m. Kerry Romesburg. college president. Bob Rasmussen. director of sludenl programs and Nabrotzky will welcome new students in the activity center. Then from 1 1 a.m. to 3 p.m. there, will be over 50 booths on display in the outside area known as the quad. Each department, organization and club will present, the elements they contribute to the school. During this lime students will SEE RAGE CONTINUED ON PG. 2 SPEAK UP The College Times is in search of intelligent answers to lough questions. Send us your responses via e-mail or please drop them by our office. Rcplys will be printed on the Opinions page. "How can the president of the United States restore his credibility?" INSIDE Musical Madness Randi Hofer spills the beans about the hottest music releases of the summer. 'Seepages QUOTE OF THE WEEK "It's iiftly down there!" MARIE RICH, Delta Airlines Ticket Lady Commenting on t tie wide expanse of industrial nothing thai is how Ulan Valley is perceived from those who are not familiar with it's strange beautv.
|Title||UVSC College Times, 1998-08-12|
|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, 1998-08-12|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|