School Chiefs Hint Test Of Lee Slash: Constitutionality Rule Seen Vocational Training Recourse
This newspaper clipping outlines the legal test of Governor J. Bracken Lee's constitutional authority in cutting off operation of the Salt Lake Area Vocational School by vetoing its appropriations. Included in the article are outlining the financial situation of SLAV as well the backup options to keep the College running.
Howard B. Gundersen (Founding President 1948-1949), funding, funding agencies, appropriation, salaries, Salt Lake Area Vocational School, Newspapers
1981-1990 Orville D. Carnahan: Documents
Documents from the Presidential tenure of Orville D. Carnahan (College President from 1981-1990). He oversaw the transition from Utah Technical College to Salt Lake Community College. Documents include: Investiture as Fifth President of the College; Inaugural Address of Orville D. Carnahan, Inaugural Convocation of Orville D. Carnahan; O.D. Carnahan Draft Testimony for Federal Funding for Higher Education; and Orville Darrell Carnahan Sr. 1929-2011: Obituary.
College presidents, Orville D. Carnahan (President 1981-1990), Obituaries, higher education, funding, funding agencies, testimonies, speeches, inaugurations, Calvin Rampton Technology Building (Redwood Campus)
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SLCC Student Newspapers 1995-01-04
Horizon, January 4, 1995, Vol. 1994-95 No. 11.
funding, funding agencies, legislating, legislative acts, Automotive Trades Building (Redwood Campus), Sleeping, University Center (Redwood Campus), Athletes, Basketball players, Basketball, sports, Political elections, Legislation