Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1980-02-121
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3Jr r i - 1 1 o n o l ' L ! v ! I L l Volume 40 Issue 33 Legislature takes action on issues By Michael Tupa Five major pieces of legislation concerning Weber State College were acted on in the recent Utah Legislature, including special praise for the WSC basketball team. The next week the team lost! The other four acts included an increasing of the number of college scholarships for WSC, adding an additional $500,000 "to the college budget, cutting $224,000 of Benedicts hospital along with $2,000,000 to WSC, SJR 13, which recognized the accomplishments of WSC's 18-game winning streak, passed both houses of the Legislature. When they lost the next week to the University of Idaho Representative ' Joe E. Whitesides introduced a resolution blaming the Wildcat loss of having to play in sub-zero weather and having to dress in a freezing dressing room. It did not pass. Rep. Whitesides also introduced HB 17 which gave WSC more than a 300 percent increase tin out of state scholarships, from 30 to 135. The bill also gave the University of Utah an increase from 100 to 190, and Utah State from 100 to 165. Thebudget for Weber JState proposed by Governor Scott Matheson of $24,189,500, included a 13 percent increase from the last budget. Senator Darrel Renstrom said that with inflation being at 13 percent WSC has to educate more students with the same money. Student fees used in variety of ways Editor's Note: This article is the first of a five part series to inform the students where each dollar of their fee's are spent. At WSC the student fee's are used to finance activities which do not relate to direct classroom education. This year's school fees have increased to $51 from last years mark of $49. College students will contribute $1,341,800 of total fees this school year. The student fees are distributed in seven categories. Building Fee - Each quarter $26.33 of student fee's amounting to $692,770 will be channelled to pay for the bonds and interest of the dorms and Union building. Athletics - From student fee's 16 percent of the athletic budget WSC enrolled a record 9.67 percent more students this winter quarter over last winter quarter. The U. of U. received a 14.6 percent increase, U.S.U. 13.4 percent and the smaller colleges got no less than 15.8 percent. In light of this the Utah Legislature Executive Appropriations Committee added $500,000 more than the governor's budget to WSC. However, later in the session, the same committee, known as the "Hatchet" committee chopped off $224,000. Senator Renstrom introduced an amendment which would have put the money back in, but Senator Norm Bangerter Salt Lake County claimed that the state was out of money. This money wasn't another ornament on the Christmas tree, claimed WSC liason Robert DeBoer, but constituted a real need. During the session colleges were accused of beefing up their requests for money in order to receive a good amount, and this was referred to as putting ornaments on the Christmas tree. WSC President Rodney Brady said the college didn't put any ornaments on and WSC did not ask for more than the State Board of Regents recommended. SB 72 gave Weber State the . ownership of the. old St. Benedicts . Hospital along with $2,000,000. The old hospital, at 30th and Polk,, is being considered for office space and married housing by the college, and the $2,000,000 will be used in helping to construct a new Business and Economics building. is paid for. $267,550 or $10.17 per student is subscribed for athletics. Associated Students - A total of $131,500, or $5.00 per student fee is used for ASWSC functions. Instructional Related - A total of $46,000 or $1.75 of is contributed to this area, for such things as the debate team. Convocations - $32,900 or $1.25 is directed for the financing of the convocations. Union - $4.50 of the student fee's is used in this area amounting to a total of $118,480. This money covers the expense of the lounges, t.v., etc. located in the Union Building. Medical -: $2 of each student fee's, or $52,600 is used to support the free Student Health clinic. WEBER mi i IP ; , ! "V- t ''. ; ) I --. f1 a . - . WMitSttli'Y.i ' ttiSi'iWti iWitfrftfr riff mi t 'friftflTJrrir' ' 3LitlMKr . iiMiMTTil Miii.iiMiiriliVttitir ,S mnmm DAVID JOHNSON again employed his deft shooting touch to help lead Weber State to two victories Thursday and Saturday against Montana and Montana State. Weber advanced season record to 21-2 and their league record to 10-1. They clinched a tie for the Big Sky title with the wins. Photo by Dave Barrett. Cosmetology centers complaints on 'inadequate' patron parking By Matt Cole The' main event of last Thursday's Parking Committee meeting was the complaints made by the Cosmetology Department. The complaints of the department centered on 10 reserved parking stalls that they claim are not enough to suit their patronage. An adequate number would be 30, they said. Secondly, the reserve spots are guarded by two-hour meters. If a patron renders a service of the depart STATE COLLEGE f ( o Lfz v J I - r ODDEN UTAH ment the time on the meter will expire before the hair treatment is completed. The Cosmetology Department believes they are losing community patronage because people can't find a place to park on campus between 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Patronage is an essential element of the program. Each student is required by state law to apply theory based on learned skills on subjects. If there is no patronage the vality of the department will be in jeopardy. The topic was opened for February 12, 1980 discussion, but the Cosmetology representatives had no concrete solution that could help solve the problems. Mike Arave, member of the parking committee, made the motions to form a committee of students, cosmetology representatives, and himself as chairman. This committee's purpose would be to evaluate the problem, prepare, .a--cbm-promisiQg-6krt1bh and present the proposal -to the parking committee in two weeks.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1980-02-12, Vol. 40, No. 33|
|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.|