Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1993-10-011
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r 1 ill r' Friday, Oct. 1, 1993 v, f a . v,Ac s! 1 - , vav sis S A V . -to. -v -i. A t ; -v-3 s?A;AAAAAy - ; -- a-a Iv!V"Vr .v.'l . .M--.- W1-V M ...W Mil v wMK VViO ' 1- vv? oMM:svS w f ; .AA, ...v,e o--- -Aer Ar( i:HiTHE Are these students of WU? Mike Fugal, Linda Kraft, Tak Naka " 'urn r ; ,d Darren Rhroc to demonstrate the possibility of changing the name from Weber StrU? University to V.' in; the sin,.'--, is; ers of "slnte" wsu WUvs. Name change possib By Jeff Haney Signpost editor in chief A name change is one of the topics being considered by the Strategic Planning Task Force in their search of avenues to enhance the public image of Weber State University. Weber University is the name suggested by the task force and will be discussed in a open hearing Tuesday. "We want to have a campus discussion," said Helen James, chairwoman of the task force. "We want the students definitely involved." There will be a pamphlet published sometime this week that states some advantages and disadvantages of changing the name, James said. James said that the task force is soliciting feedback from the students, faculty and staff of the university before taking it lo the public. "We want to see if there is interest inside the university community before we go ou tside," she said. The name Weber University denotes "the fact we have gone from a college to a university," she said. But some on the task force dis- 'ihenaiTU'chai' . ! ho namo V: "avoids 1 1 1 v i v." said la v traditional . ! mumho;' .-. worj 'si. to' lo Iradilion,"-:'-k he v. !.: ' !:.l!iis IV. ',.! ; .'.hers ho':; ...idilion !o lh A;!!!:';..',:: sho '..i:, . :. Woher :U- hold-. lo: ;i rios lor iv -v. ianios ivma Ira! a ! 'mil : !io n.i mo chap in a s!tuk i" r-oooss." agroe wi! r Koopi r. Univi -rs: ! i nsl a hi I : ! Michoah, son.To-r a: loroo. " !': i nsl i 1 1 1 1 ii T Nnn ' '. I ho n.i'r." UT.ioiv;. a piM!: ' Mirlvo. .tree itself is nol ! that tho namo . we are jus!Irv-iiecnmpuscom-the pluses and olh of tiiom." : :o eva'ual Ion i v prompter, tho :1k about Jrop-I 'slate' fruni tlio I'lheinslitu'ioii O'J the issue. . ,o first time lh,. raised," i ,:,io:-torce Ii" v-' ii ..nd woakiiesso-how lo sharpen 's imae,o. Former Wildcat invited P By Jared Page Signpost sports editor Former Weber Sta te U ni versify basketball star Al Hamilton has been invited by the Chicago Bulls to attend their veterans camp along with three NBA veterans. Hamilton, whograduated from WSU this spring had been playing in a Las Vegas league when the Bulls discovered him. "I saw him play with a group in Las Vegas last summer," said - Wildcats assistant coach James Mossell. "He played really well." The Chicago Bulls also saw Hamilton in Las Vegas and were apparently impressed with his performance enough to invite him to their camp. Hamilton was also invited to the Utah Jazz summer camp but was unable to attend because of illness. The Bulls' summer team competed in the Rocky Mountain Revue, although Hamilton was not a member of that team. Hamilton, WSU's fourth all-time leading scorer, is expected to remain with the Bulls throughout training and into the pre-season. After all pre-scason games, Chi the' lo.o I he he'', p.o his la; !,' grea! make-. Bulls. a 12 : verv !! '-.soli : .:: '. :..iit! Ih.il I I ks,in.i, .:;( a o.O' d ;.'.a mo -a! hand--." a o.i : . i ..K'l... - '. I lewil! h.r.vle Ihreo lk -e!" job, i nel ; id I no i'silV Ol ::'.'0 '' .err. : Wildcats i.l the i has spoil; the in the NBA .villi Cleveland, in ar, he averaged oc i' game' with v has nisi piaved .'r six o. ',!- ai".i ooinls pel o,.!!i;o nl vear iin 'oe nilton ;.o ':" L Ohmic 56 Number 9 )siick Takes t,v,a,, .... ! .; News : oe Brothers speaks . . Weber State Univer-A students at Convo-,i";is Thursday in the ;- tad Auditorium. See Page 5 Opinion , S WSU student issues he i line a positive otivc by leadership to o. ip students. See page 4 & E istial arts instructor A ; duii' Adelmann . viums from liis art :,!iw in Europe. See Page 9 fw-Bi;5:pisp; 1 . ..A.. n shorts a'.s prepare to meet rn Washington dav night. See Page 13 Weather Highs in the 80s. Lows in the 50s.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1993-10-01, Vol. 56, No. 9|
|Creator||Weber State University|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber State University; 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 University|
|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.|