Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1977-04-081
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.PcdMcj for UIipcBF .Dee sett r C3 i in ii - J Volume 37 Number 43 Weber State College April 8, 1977 CRITERIA SET. The Dee Events Board has set an operating manual outlining procedures for use at the center. By Rex Leetham The Dee Events Center Board has drawn up an official Operations Manual outlining the procedures and eligibility criteria for sponsoring an event at the Dee Events Center ( DEC) . According to Col. Robert B. Ladd, Executive assistant to the DEC Board, the document has been formally approved by the Presidents Council and is now awaiting final approval of the Institutional Council scheduled to meet April 20. He expects the manual will be passed with few if any problems. The manual states that events may be sponsored by Weber State College ASWSC and other approved campus organizations. Other approved sponsores include governmental agencies of the state, cities, or counties and other organizations "specifically invited by the College to present a particular event." All events must meet the criteria outlined in the Operations Manual and receive final approval of the DEC Director. The Director of the center has not yet been appointed, however, according to Ann Garrett, Director of Information Services for WSC, "President Bishop expects to appoint the Director within the next two weeks." According to the manual, revenue producing events and activities may be sponsored by recognized student organizations "if such events are co-sponsored Primaries over by Mary Woodhead Candidates from the LDS student association took first place in four of the five primaries held for ASWSC studentbody offices on Tuesday and Wednesday. Rand Mattson, Brent Neal, Steve Welker and Randy Brough, active members in the LDSSA, took first place in the races for Cultural Vice President, Student Services Vice President, Public Relations Vice President and Administrative Vice President, respectively. Mike Hunsaker, presently serving as Student Services Vice President, won the primary for studentbody president. Renee Hellewell came in second with 93 votes knocking Howard Olsen out of the race. Mattson, who outdrew opponent Chris Davis by 81 votes, served as chairman of the ASWSC Leadership conference in Sun Valley this year. Dorothea Masur received 70 votes. Neal and Carroll Finley made it into the finals for student services vice president. Jim Jensen, with 125 votes was eliminated from the race. Steve Welker, presently serving as LDSSA president, received 67 votes to sweep the primary for Public Relations Vice President. Paula Smith was second with 153 votes and Rick Libby was eliminated with 111 votes. Randy Brough won the primary for Administrative Vice President with 217 votes, beating Dwayne Carrington, 199 votes, and J.R. Westmoreland with 106 votes. In the vice presidential races, students outside the LDSSA failed to collect over 200 votes. New election rules had been passed by executive council in an attempt to encourage more students to vote in the primary. Total voting in this year's primary was 571 compared with 940 last year. Inside today's Signpost Editorials Page 6 Want ads Page 11 Rent Camp Equipment Page 2 Entertainment Page 8 Letters to the editor Page 6 Make an Easter basket Page 5 Final Count President Mike Hunsaker 337 Renee Hellewell 93 Howard Olsen 89 Cultural Vice President Rand Mattson 266 Chris Davis 185 Dorothea Masur 70 Student Services Vice President Brent Neal 250 Carol Finely 146 Jim Jensen 125 Vice Public Relations President Steve Welker 267 Paula Smith 153 Rick Libby 111 Administrative President Randy Brough 217 Dwayne Carrington 199 J.R. Westmoreland 106 Vice with the ASWSC Vice President for Communications." All net profits "will revert directly to the organization financially underwriting the event." The rental rate for revenue producing events are as follows: College sponsored event: "1,000 or 6 percent of the gross, whichever is greater." The rate for events sponsored by a College guest: "1,500 or 12 percent of the gross, whichever is greater." The rates for non-revenue producting events are lower. College sponsored event: "$200 plus expenses", the charge for events sponsored on invitation of the College would be "$500 plus expenses." ASWSC has the option of scheduling six "no charge" non-revenue producing events each year. Under rental rates, the DEC Operations Manual states; "Any exception to the fee schedule will be determined on an individual basis by the Vice President of Business, after considering the recommendations of Dee Events Center Committee." It must be stressed that although the manual has been approved by the Presidents Council, it has not yet been approved by the Institutional Council. In view of this, it is possible that minor changes may be made in the final approved manual. According to Col. Ladd, the manual will be made available to the public following finalapproval. Changes for final vote Elections committee chairperson Pam Lansford has announced that students will not be required to vote in the building which houses their academic major for the final election. Lansford said that students may vote in any building on campus if they have a spring quarter validation sticker. Students with other types of reciepts will be required to vote in the U.B. Voting will be from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday. Evening students will vote from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. in the Social Science and Union buildings on both days. The other change that has been announced for the final elections is that students must be registered for spring quarter to vote and will not be able to vote on winter validations.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1977-04-08, Vol. 37, No. 43|
|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.|