Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1975-03-251
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Continuing showers of either rain or snow particularly in northern Utah. Highs in the mid 50s, lows in the 30s. Showers decreasing by Thursday. Vol. 34 No. 39 WSC directors trade positions Two Weber State College directors in the area of student services traded positions as a result of "trying to improve the college," said college President Joseph L. Bishop. Gerald "Monty" Shupe, a nine-year assistant to Union Director Farrell Shepherd, is replacing Karl Wood as director of student housing on campus. Wood will assume Shupe's duties in the Union Building. Union Building activities include management 'of the building which is used by students and off -campus groups for dances, banquets, exhibits, conventions and science fairs. It's also the headquarters for student officers and activities COMMUNICATIONS WITH a higher being " is universal to religious groups. As part of Religious Emphasis Week, four I " -. v - - '-r t J ASWSG co-sponsors 'Religious emphasis' Weber State College's Lectures Committee and the various religious groups on campus are co-sponsoring Religious Emphasis Week this week. Today, a panel discussion between Newman Center, Campus Christian Fellowship, Campus Crusade for Christ and Latter-day Saint members will discuss the pros and cons of "Religion Can Be Dangerous To Your Health." The panel discussion will take place in the Union Building Little Theater at noon. Wednesday there, will be March related to student government. The director of student housing is responsible for all campus student housing. Assistance is also given to students regarding off -campus housing. James R. Foulger, business vice president to the college, told the Ogden Standard Examiner the "change is being made to take advantage of the strengths, personality and experience of both individuals." He said that the actions was a "lateral" shift not involving a promotion or demotion for either employee. "Let it ride" The action came Mar. 19. President Bishop stated that a local religious groups are co-sponsoring events with ASWSC students. (Photo by Steve Matlow.) musical' entertainment in the Union Building Lounge at noon sponsored by Campus Christian Fellowship. Entertainment is again planned for Union Station, 7 p.m. of that same night. Thursday there will be activities through out the day sponsored by the Campus Crusade for Christ. Elder James E. Faust will be appearing in fhe Fine Arts Center at noon. The event is co-sponsored by LDSSA. Elaine Spendlove, chairperson of the lectures committee, said that further information was unavailable. 25, 1975 careful analysis concerning the dormitories had been made a , year ago and at that time it was of his opinion "to let it ride" for another year. Bishop stated that he has ' visited the dorms this year, by invitations and by surprise visit, talking with students trying to find out what the problems are and investigating the t "problems" to see if they really are problems. Available for comment were Head residents of Stansbury Hall, Laura and Rex Frasier. Rex mentioned that he did not think that Karl Wood had done a bad job as the housing director. He pointed out the problem came because Karl Wood had a different definition of what he should do as a housing director than did the administration. Frasier stated that the Administration wanted more student interaction on Wood's part, whereas, Wood felt his job entailed that of a "manager." Rex stated that he did not know whether Wood was willing to change his definition and that was probably another reason for the change. Frasier stated that Wood had . been to many conferences concerning college housing directors and that the general definition or role of the directors were "managers." Another reason that might have initiated the change said Rex,' is that housing has decreased in the past two years. Laura said the fault of housing did not lie with anyone specifically but that a con Index v.. .?v l ft! il. 'Av.vv v . . Ogden, Utah 84403 tributing factor was the draft. She stated that since there is no more draft, there is no more need for students to stay in school as a means of draft evasion, there is less need for student housing. Wood was unavailable for comment. A student in promontory towers reported a "power struggle" between Col. Robert T. Ladd, Kaye Evans, and "Monty" Shupe. Laura stated that "they may have gotten the idea when Robert Ladd said Monty Shupe will do the hiring and firing of people and it was brought to attention in the same meeting that Kay Evans would do the hiring and firing. Evans stated in that meeting however, that they did not wish to confuse people but rather that Monty Shupe was to hire and fire people with her approval. Laura stated that mere was AAemorium WSC music Memorial services for one of two Weber State students believed to have drowned in San Francisco's pounding surf is scheduled for today. Dave Sargent, 22, son of. Mr. and Mrs. George Sargent, will be memorialized in a 7 p.m. service at the 63rd Ward Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 550 E. 700 N. Mrs. Sargent said the family Why is this man smiling? seep. 6-7. Free concert sponsored by Executive Council. P-2 Is it fair to reauire I.D's?. . d.5 basically no difference from this and the present system. "This is the way it was when they hired Rex and I." "We were interviewed by Karl Wood, and . then again by Dr. Ulibarri." "It's no big deal." "this is the way it was when they hired Rex and I." "We were interviewed by Karl Wood, and then again by Dr. Ulibarri." "It's no big deal." ' Bishop also stated that "it was no big deal," and that it was just another duty he was performing. Both Bishop and Frasier stated that anytime the president rearranges any part of the faculty, staff that people get the impression the hatchet is falling. Bishop stated that this had been done with Marvin J. Peterson, who was moved to Veterans Administration program and that the program has already improved 300percent. set up for students would meet with friends from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the chapel before the service. WSC singers At the request of the Weber State Singers, they will sing in the service, Mrs. Sargent said. Services for the other victim, Brian Felt, 21, son of Dr. and Mrs. Roger B. Felt of Layton, were not expected to be scheduled before Tuesday. Dr. Felt said the family was to meet with Elder Ezra Taft Benson, apostle of the LDS church. ' Unless we should change our minds after meeting with him," said Dr. Felt, "we have decided to wait." Sargent was to have- been married in two weeks to Carolee Cronk. Felt and Sargent had been with about 70 other Weber State students on tour in Northern California and Nevada when the tragedy occurred. Body surfing Apparently, Felt had been showing others how to body surf at the Golden Gate State Park when a large wave swept him out. Others rushed to help him, but only Sargent reache'd Felt. Both disappeared at sea before the helicopter could rescue them. Weber State College's Executive Council decided Thursday that instead of sending flowers on behalf of Associated Students of Weber State College, the council would set up a memorial. The memorial is to include the addition of music books in honor of the two students.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1975-03-25, Vol. 34, No. 39|
|Creator||Weber State College|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber College; A generous grant from the Utah State Library and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.|
|Description||Weber's current student newspaper, the Signpost, first appeared on September 29, 1937. For two years prior to that time, campus news was disseminated via announcements posted on a bulletin board known as the "Signpost". As a result, the masthead of the first issue of the paper itself featured a rudimentary wooden sign with the title spelled out in rustic-looking letters. Over the years the paper has been published continuously, though the look, size and style has changed several times.|
|Subject||College student newspapers and periodicals; Weber State College|
|Publisher Digital||Stewart Library, Weber State University|
|Source||University Archives LD5893.W55 S5, Stewart Library, Weber State University|
|Rights Management||Public Domain. Courtesy of University Archives, Stewart Library, Weber State University.|