Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1961-05-191
|Previous||1 of 4||Next|
small (250x250 max)
medium (500x500 max)
large ( > 500x500)
Loading content ...
"CRI3ULUS MriHuius ncecseay For Distribute Silkscreening Is New Process In Weber's Literary Journal J - r I' J --s.-s.. ...,.,.,..., u 1 f ; Larry lJeer, Scribulus eoiuir, displays the cover of the Weber College literary journal. The magazine will be issued during the coming week. WEBER COLLEGE SIGNPOST VOL. 2 NO. 25 MAY 19, 1961 OGDEN, UTAH Students Frolic Today At Sophomore Outing The annual Sophomore Outing will be held today beginning at 1 p.m. at the Weber Memorial Park in South Fork Canyon. Although the outing is sponsored by the Sophomore class all Weber College students are invited. Many Activities Activities of the day will include volleyball, horseshoes, foothill frolicking, and softball games featuring a faculty team against a student team and a WIA team against a team of male students. Free Food Free food will be furnished by the Sophomore Class. Officers in charge of the affair .are: Norman Bramble, general chairman; Sally Mason and Jill Bateman. food committee; and faculty advisor for this affair and for the Sophomore class is Jerry Grove. Soph Elections The Sophomore class is also presently conducting its elections for the next year's class officers. Finals are planned for the first of next week. 'Acorn' Editor Announced By Larry Peer Signpost Staff Writer The Art department has announced the appointment of Linda Kay Swenson as next year's "Acorn" yearbook editor. This appointment is effective pending approval of the Board of Control. Miss Swenson is this yaar's associate editor of the "Acorn," having assisted Judy Davidson, this year's editor. While attending Weber County High School, Miss Swenson was editor of the yearbook. At Weber College she has maintained a high scholastic rat ing, having been on the honor roll since her first quarter of study. She is here on a scholarship. Her major is art. Other positions are now open. These positions include literary editor, layout editor, typists, members of the art and business staffs, etc. Anyone interested in these positions should see MissSwenson- to talk about it. According to Miss Swenson, next year's yearbook will be an attempt to put over the best kind of book possible, since it will be Weber's last yearbook as a junior college. Creating a new effect in literary publications will be the 1960-31 edition of "Scribulus," Weber "'ollege literary journal, now off the press and ready for distribution. Silkscreening The art work has been done -in style to compliment the mood and content of its adjoining story or ooem. The cover will exhibit a new process to "Scribulus," that of silkscreening. This process creates an effect of massive confusion, one of the overall effects of the magazine as a vehicle of the editors' view of certain situations. Included in this edition will be a one-act play which is written by a Weber College student who has won several national aVards in the field of creative writing. Poetry Awards Poetry in the magazine includes two written by another Weber College student who has also won national and local awards for creative writing. The edition has been reviewed by two local critics and has been given high praise for the artistic attempt to put over an overall message to the reader. It is this message that makes this year's "Sribulus" unique. According to the editors, the magazine has not been published to fit the whims of the ordinary magazine reader. It is an attempt to put forth an effort of creative qualtiy so lacking in the culture of many people. Editors Editors this year are headed by Larry Peer, editor-in-chief. Assisting him are Sherma Topping, layout design; Sue Parkinson, art coordinator; Sergio Perkins, literary coordinator; David Shrider, business manager. U.B. Board Names Committee Heads The relationship of the Union Building to the total campus organization and the appointment of chairmen to various committees highlighted Monday's meeting of the Union Building Board. Budget co-chairmen are Dr. Foulger and Dennis Wood. Heading the program committee are Mr. Mecham and Ann Moesinger. The heads of the Constitution and House Rules committee are Mr. Evans and Eileen Grix. There were also reports from the sub-committees: scope of the Union program, operating constitution, and a report on the budget from Dr. Foulger. Students Should Be Concerned With World Relations One of the mast important subjects with which today's student is concerned is international relations.The International Relations Club of Weber College is very much aware of this also. The I.R.C.'s primary goal is to promote a more intellectual atmosphere on the college campus and the understanding of these world problems. Lecture Yesterday Yesterday there was another lecture sponsored by the I.R.C. on the topic of world government. The lecturer was Dale Stratford, a young attorney from Ogden. Le-Roy Goodliffe invited the student body to the "Coffee Break," which is an informal discussion between the lecturer and any interested and inquiring students held up in T.U.B. for half an hour. U.S. Has Responsibility The U.S. carries a major responsibility in international relations. As the Association of International Relations Club carries a proportionate responsibility in the world student community. Are you fulfilling your share of this responsibility?New Officers Officers for the next year have been elected. They are: Larry Bryant, president; LeRoy Goodliffe, vice president. Both are pre-law majors. The secretary-treasurer will be elected next year. Girls! Are You Ready For Summer Spring comes on . . . your coat comes off! Are you ready? Classiqiiie finishing and modeling school offers you a complete course or a basic eight-week program designed to develop a lovelier you. Classique will help you to have that inner glow of quiet confidence with year-around fashion, graci-ousness, and charm. Classique can give you individual "do's and "don'ts" for loveliness treasures which can be yours for a lifetime. For an interview with no obligation call EX 2-2988 or EX 2-8322.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1961-05-19, Vol. 2, No. 25|
|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 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.|