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WEDNESDAY December 1,1999 Opinion Financial aid causing a crisis Inside the Quad Get "Wired" and pick up some good study tipsB1 Outside the Quad The Ski Babes gear up for winter B3 Sports The Jazz finally get a win Marketplace Ads, classifieds and much, much more! I ' Christmas on Campus combines holiday entertainment with the spirit of giving Y Ovilla Wilson "A NetXNews Reporter Trees, kids, and booths lined the hall of Flags Monday and Tuesday of this week The event was Christmas on Campus, and the purpose was to raise money for education.Christmas on campus was organized by the School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences. The main event in the Christmas on Campus celebration, and the one that brought in the most funding for scholarships, was the Festival of Trees. All the money that was raised in the festival auction will go to the direct benefit of students and education. The School of Humanities, . Arts, and Social Sciences will be the By Jwi igtenart IM-mT WEEKEND WEATHER 45 26 42 MGH LOW HIGH Friday t l Saturday Wishful thinking: the ski resorts will be open! Here's hoping that Wednesday's storm brought some much needed snow Volume 28, Issue 14 A4 ?6 B8 i .id . 4 &;4 i i - , ... .... .i.i 4 Voices Unite - Various performing groups from around the valley provided entertainment at UVSC's festival auction Christmas on Campus. recipients of half of the money donated for each tree to be spent on scholarships. The other half will be given to which ever school group donated the tree. The minimum bids for trees went from $ioo to $2700. (Inquire at the information desk alxjut purchasing any trees that may not have l)een sold.) Upstairs in the Student Center Uie Christmas on Campus "Santa's Workshop" event was attended by hundreds of children ages 2 to 12 wrote letters to Santa, sang Karaoke to Christmas songs, and made their own wrapping pajxr witli stamps and paints. In another event Nut crackers stcxxl as centennials along the wall in the science building as children 28 LOW 41 22 HIGH LOW Sunday Cold and clear l;t nil V a 1 1 e v r 'f V-,:. I: 1 4 photo illustration Brandon Kowallis , w , sang a celebration of Christmas surrounded by garlands laced with lights. Shows started every thirty minutes featuring various performing groups fr om ;ill over the valley such as Sunset View FJementary and ENCORE from UVSC. The Science building, I lall of Hags and Student Center were festively adorned with trees and crafts from load vendors. Ta ni.se Chung-1 Iixjn said that she wanted to make sure that everyone noticed the event and joined in the celebration. Christmas on Campus was a culmination of efforts by UVSC Sc1kx1 of Arts and 1 lumanities and the community. Thirty-two groups donated trees, some from outside the college, and some were by clubs within. f - State Col I est and Jon Iglehart UVSC student arrested for disorderly conduct in sexual assault case V Dan lyi Net! 11 wrl .. nelle vvinte ;tXNews Desk Editor A UVSC student was arrested and ticketed for disorderly conduct in a sexual assault case, Nov. 12. Officer Oliver reportedly was responding to a complaint of a sexual assault that occurred in the Gunther Trades, when an encounter with Kelly Crockett, friend of the victim, became hostile.When the alleged assailant was apprehended and taken to Gender Gore slams Bradley, Bush By MIKE GLOVER Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - In a . bipartisan trashing of his leading rivals, Vice President Al Gore suggested Monday that economic proposals from both Bill Bradley and George W. Bush would drive up interest rates and end the economy's unprecedented expansion."In both cases, the economic future of the country is put at risk INSIDE "Toy Sloiy" Loo - Wcxxly and Buzz arc back with some now friends and a sequel that's bettor than the original. See page B4 ETC. Dancin' Kings and Queens The United States Amateur Ballroom Dance Association (USABDA) made their Utah debut at the Mckay Events Center Saturday See page A2 Danielle Wnite NetXNews Editor Students who have skateboard to campus and have been stopped by Campus Police may be relieved to know that they are no longer violating and rules and regulations to a degree, of course. Due to various complaints made to Student Council Vice President Jared Finch in recent months, the Administration met to review the issue. "Several months ago, because officers told students that they weren't allowed to skateboard, some went to Jared Finch," said Student Council President Baron A. Rohbock. "It was affecting a lot of people, especially the members of the long board club. Some people use that (skateboards) as their mode of transportation." Administration resolved that according the campus policy on the Operation of Skateboards, Roller blades, Roller skates, Bicycles and Motorcycles a student can operate any of the following if they exercise due care. "Students who were told 'no' are now told 'yes,' but there are restrictions," said Rollback. "The police still have every right to stop you if they feel there's danger. The Equity, Crockett began inquiring of the case. The suspect was released and charged with ludeness. Crockett then reportedly began publicly voicing her dismay regarding the case and sexual violence issues. Oliver, according to his report, warned Crockett if she did not cease he would arrest her. He then took her down to campus police where she talked to Chief Lonnie Fisher and was eventually released and cited for disorderly conduct. "I told Kelly to leave him (the suspect) alone and that I would because of higher interest rates and ignoring the lessons of the last seven years," Gore said in a conference call with reporters. Bush, who spells out details of his economic package this week, has called already for broad tax cuts that Gore labeled "scorched-earth policy"leading inevitably to budget deficits. Bush has completed work on an economic plan that will feature reduced income tax and estate tax rates and a lower penalty to be paid by two-wage earner married couples. In addition, the Texas governor is aiming cuts at people on the edge between welfare and work whose tax burdens nevertheless mount. The first three components are . -1 ' J w&d j s? mm Administration station took the policy up to Brad Cook of Campus Police and asked that he make everyone aware of it." Rohbock continued, "We value diversity, whether it be ethnic, out of state, religion-the LDSSA or the LGSA, we value diversity of transportation as well, including skateboarding." According to Student Council, since the Administration went to Brad Cook with the current policy, there haven't been any complaints. "But, that's not saying much," said Rohbock. "There aren't any specific signs indicating where you can't . skateboard and I'd like to see something like that. The Administration has been totally awesome about informing the police and students about the current policy. We want to make sure that no one is confused about anything," he said. The current policy is as follows: A Students, employees and visitors of Utah Valley State College who operate skateboards, roller blades, See Skateboarding CONTINUED on pg, A3 Stiuhtis cat tviv tdd 'yes', bit tivtzaizivstiTctioits. TliepolkE stiMlvuvanyritfttostopyaitf titcypl tint's a divrgr. Baron Rohbock not allow her to publicly berate him, or I would cite her for interfering with an officer during an investigation," said Oliver. After receiving her citation, Crockett, registered a formal written complaint against Oliver to Lt. Doug Edwards of Public Affairs at the Orem Police Department, to UVSC Ombudsmen and to the News Desk of The College Times . She charged UVSC Campus Police with sexual harassment for being offended by a part-time officer wearing a "Big Johnson" t- See Arrest CONTINUED on pg. A3 on economy Gore on the campaign trial visits African-American activist, Rosa Parks. Republican staples designed to appeal to conservative primary voters. See Election CONTINUED on pg. A6 s v I s QUOTE OF THE WEEK Dave Noriega "You never know which Jazz team is going to show up, the one who's going lo lake the championship or the one who'll miss the playoffs."
|Title||UVSC College Times, 1999-12-01|
|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, 1999-12-01|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|