HE organization behind the publications at the B. A. C. is
largely responsible for their success. Just as debating,
dramatics, or athletics, is under the supervision of a coach,
so are "The Student" and "The Agricola."
It is the duty...
OBJECTIVES OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE
A SCHOOL is a place in which
we can get experiences and in-terpretations
faster and more ac-curately
than we can outside school.
Our school life today furnishes op-portunities
expired, they married and established themselves in our midst as private citizens.
In April, 1883, due to the long distance of hauling provisions and supplies, the camp was disbanded and the troops moved to Fort Douglas at Salt Lake.
school hours it is made available to the citizens who wish to do work there for themselves.
Perhaps no department of the school has done more for the town than has the Music department, with its excellent band and choruses, under such able...
devoted their lives to this profession. Necessarily, those women were patient, kind, tender and skilled to be able to answer the many calls and to have endeared themselves in the hearts of the pioneer women. Every hamlet had these "mother"...
Communication in Pioneer Days
Beaver's Early Mail Service
Beaver's first mail service was the freight wagon train. The drivers would deliver mail to the Bishop, who in turn would distribute it in Church. Then an office was maintained in...
Quorum. The President selected for this organization was John Hughes, while Charles Wesley Wendall was selected for clerk.
JOHN R. MURDOCK CALLED TO BEAVER
Owing to factional differences, lack of unity, and the inability of the local authorities to...
this group; cooked and sold many hot dinners. The canning project was continued, which required many long hours of their time and labor. Board released in 1942. Zelma Muir, president; Pauline Firmage and Lydia Smith, counselors ; Jennie Tanner,...
The boys who went to the state meet in 1926-27 were Clarence Gillins (captain in 1926), Truman Bradfield, Arshel Hollingshead, Clarence Gillins (captain in 1927), Newell Marshall, Othello Smith, Clyde Hollingshead, Elmer Roberts, Hartley Eyre,...
All the machinery for mine and mills, all the supplies and food for the camp, was freighted from Milford, more than 150 miles away. The agent, directly in charge of these shipments and supplies of all kinds, was P. B. McKeon, located at Milford. It...
NO PIRATES, NO PRINCESSES: RAISING CHILDREN WITH VALUES AND
RESPONSIBILITY IN A CONSUMER CULTURE
A thesis presented to
the faculty of the Communication Department
at Southern Utah University
In Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirement for the...
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Globally, man only begins to see his folly, as he restlessly looks around him for a deep need of
self-identity. Thus, as technology increases and speedily looms ahead, self-identity wavers and will
The Human Element 5
From the onset of crisis communication research, scholars have been eager to identify and categorize crises into groups or types, based on the event that leads to the crisis. Later, Benson (1988) challenged...
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religious practices or beliefs within a country. These reports are accompanied with
information on how the country’s government has responded to any violations of human
The ultimate use of these reports is to provide the...
Another limitation of the hard copy is keeping it current. While the website serves to
keep the most accurate information, the hard copy of the manual is often more useful as all the
information can be accessed anywhere the manual is taken. It is...
wrote the following about the accident: "I was husy helping as father went to lift the water out of the kettle, I was right in the road and Pucell hollered to father and said to he careful as the boy was right there. Father lifted up the bucket...