Dylan Todd, a senior at Utah Valley State College, was appointed president of the American Student Association of Community Colleges, a national organization focusing on college student governments and political issues facing higher education.
Easing into the position has been smooth sailing for Todd so far, as he feverishly puts into action his initial goals of “creating close-knit unity among each of the states.”
“I want to see all the schools have a state representative with whom they can directly communicate their concerns and have direct participation in the leadership process,” Todd says.
ASACC currently represents 180 colleges nationwide. (Contributed by Danielle White.)
Provo’s Nathaniel Hancock took 10th place in the Mr. USA amateur bodybuilding event in Las Vegas in July.
Hancock, weighing in at 148 pounds, competed against 20 other lightweight male bodybuilders. He was the lightest and the tallest (5-foot-seven inches) bodybuilder in his division.
Provo’s Janeen Golightly hosts a new show called TECHstyle.TV on KUTV Channel 2 at 4 p.m. on Sundays. She discovers and explores a wide range of subjects concerning the new technology economy. The show centers around family values and focuses on technology lifestyle issues.
TECHstyle.TV is the brainchild of Gary Golightly. Production is handled by MediaWorks Inc.
Visit www.techstyle.tv for more information.
Alpine’s Tammy Waite was crowned Mrs. Utah America 2001. Tammy will travel throughout the state speaking to various groups about the value of mentoring and encouraging others to become volunteer mentors in their area.
Tammy is employed by American Express Centurion Bank, is a graduate of Utah State University, and completed her graduate studies at the University of Phoenix, Salt Lake.
Tammy’s parents, ReNae and Dennis Griffin, and her husband, David Waite, are thrilled with Tammy’s success.
Mrs. Utah America will compete for the title of Mrs. America in Honolulu, Hawaii in September. The Mrs. America Pageant will be aired on PAX television.