Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1967-05-121
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Vol.26 Roger Wise A , ' - . JLJ New Chairmen Appointed For Student Activity Committees Studentbody President-elect Perry Perea has appointed three new executive committee chairmen for 1967-68. The nominations of Nolan Karras, Leadership Chairman; Roger Wise, Homecoming Chairman, were confirmed this week by the executive Council-elect. The three appointments complete all executive board chairmanships, but student appointments tostudent-faculty standing committees remain unannounced. Previously chosen for chairman of the Elections Committee was Mike Lyon. Karras is former student-body president of Weber High School. "He recently returned from Newspaper Continues Publication After a two day strike by staff members, the University of Utah's "Daily Chronicle" resumedpubli-cation this week with a new acting editor. Harris Vincent, 1966 assoc. editor, was appointed aseditor-in-chief for the remaining four weeks of spring semester after Paul S. Taylor was dismissed from office by the university's publication council. Taylor, who opposed the council's selection of Ralph Mabey, a 22 year old journalism major, is now publishing an "off-campus" newspaper, "The Voice," athree-page mimeographed newsheet. Approximately 30 former Chronicle staff members have joined Taylor's "Voice" staff, refusing to work for the school's official newspaper. Another four students, not protesting the Council's decision, are working with Harris in the daily publication of the Chronicle. Although Harris was one of several students who signed 3 formal protestioi against rubJ,jation of the paper, he said that he would act as editor because he felt it was his "moral obligation to the university."The new editor -elect , viewing the furor surrounding his selection, has repeatedly re-affirmed that he will be heading the paper next fall. According to Mabey, his staff members will be selected with the help of the journalism department. litr No. 25 Nolan Karras an LDS mission to Canada. The 22 year old banking and finance major is a member of the Awards and Honors Evening Committee and served as a delegate to the Pacific Student PresidentsAssociation Convention in Salt Lake City. He is a sophomore. As leadership chairman, he will plan the annual fall leadership conference and the mid-winter retreat. The conference, held each year as a workshop and get-acquainted period for student leaders has been scheduled for September 13,14,15. Las Vegas has been suggested as a possible location for the confab. Wise, recently elected Activity Vice President, is chairman of the Games andRecreationCommit-tee. He is a senior majoring in child development and is a returned LDS missionary from South America. He is a member of Delta Phi Kappa and Blue Key National Honor Fraternity. Wise will direct all events during homecoming week, October 30-November 3, in conjunction with the faculty homecoming chairman, J. Farrell Shepherd and alumni representatives. Shepherd has been appointed faculty chair 'an of homecoming for the last p' ee years by President Miller. Hoffman, a member of the executive board of the LDS Student Association, will plan events for freshman orientation day and the annual Kangaroo Kourt. He is a former LDS Brazilian missionary, and is a sophomore general t ajor. He served on student com littees at the University of Utah .efore coming to WSC. In add ;ion to their executive committee appointments, the new student officers must delegate student representatives for 13 student-faculty standing committees. They include assemblies, athletics, awards and honors, auditorium board, campus traffic and Final Issue Next week will mark the end of publication of "Signpost" for the 1966-67 school year. No issues will be published during dead week or finals in order to give the staff time to study. If there is any news you would like published in next week's issue, copy must be submitted at noon for consideration. ( -.vie V i - i OGDEN, UTAH 7 r Bob Hoffman safety, commencement, community service, lecture and concert series, publicity, standards, student activities, traveling assemblies, and union policy board. Other appointments still unannounced include the chairmanships of union activities committees. The positions will be filled by Wise and union building directors. PSPA Elects New Officers The forty-second annual Pacific Student Presidents Association convention closed successfully last week, according to treasurer-host Curtis Smout. The conference, sponsored by Weber State College, drew more than 100 student leaders from 33 colleges and universities in the western United States. It was held May 4, 5 and 6 at Ramada Inn, Salt Lake City. "Keynote speaker Laurence J. Burton, a Utah congressman, was unable to attend the meet due to pressing matters jn Washington," noted Smout, "but he sent a specially filmed speech for the convention."Burton is a former studentbody president and faculty member of Weber State. His address was entitled, "How do you want to be remembered?" Another speaker, Frank Sei-verts, special assistant to the U.S. Undersecretary of State, told about protests and the Vietnam war. The government official was showered with questions on the conflict and the Americans' purpose in southeast Asia. Following the conference, Smout said, "All sessions of the convention were successful, and attending delegates were impressed with this year's meet." The 1968 PSPA convention, sponsored by Chapman College of Orange, California, will be held in Disneyland Hotel. The association's new president is Andrew J. Fredrickson of Chapman. He defeated Weber State President Jerry Nebeker in the convention election. Chosen vice president by acclamation was Larry Graham of Southern Colorado State College.Former WSC President Jack Suttlemyre was elected director of the association for Utah colleges and universities. by Mac Stevenson Top graduating seniors from 29 Weber State College Departments will be honored Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at a special awards evening. Faculty chairman of the awards night is Alan Kerr, dean of students.Dean Kerr said the students were selected by faculty members from each department on the basis of academic excellence and achievement.Each of the honored students were notified by a special letter of their award, he said. Selected for academic honors are: William Bruce Handley, business administration; John L. Hug-gins, economics; Joseph W. Toone, accounting; Karen L. Bennett, office administration. Katherine S. Trapp, business education; Joyce V. Lindsley, elementary education; LayneH. Dear-den, secondary education; Lynda Slater, English; James M. Clarke, foreigh language. Paula K. Boss, speech; Nancy K. Cheney, theatre arts; Lou W.Johnson, music; Mary J. Leatham, art; Linda R. Rankin, botany; Del A. Kidd, zoology; Leilent F. Grange, bacteriology; Wade Warrent, chemistry; William A. Koldewyn, physics. More Winners Michael M. Strand, mathematics; Connie Shellabarger, political science; Lawrence L. Hunsaker, physical education; Russell Willough-by, history; ThomasA. Jones, philosophy.Carolyn R. Holjeson, sociology; Theora S. Smith, psychology; John Michael Witt, automotive engineering; Stephen C. Marriott, electronics engineering; BudM.Comp-ton, industrial engineering; The academic awards is the first of three special "honors" evenings scheduled at Weber State during the next three weeks. , .. ; -" V i f -' . ' o ;r y v - ' ' S ji - ,. " Sharon Blair, studentbody secretary, and Curtis Smout, student government coordinator, record events of the PSPA convention hosted in Salt Lake City by Weber State last week. May 12, 1967 Absurds Following the academic awards night will be the "Purple Paw" banquet for 1966-67 Union Building Activity members on Thursday. Purple Paw Banquet According to Roger Wise, activities vice-president-elect, only those students who have served on the eight UB committees during the past year will be invited to attend the banquet. Announcement of the 1967-68 activity chairmen will be made that evening as the outgoing chairmen relinquish their offices. The nine activity committees are Games and Recreation, Music and Talent, Arts andCrafts, Dance, Exhibits, Special Events, Films and Lectures, Hospitality and Married Students. Wise said that the new activity board secretary will also be announced during the banquet. The present secretary, Jeanne Richards, is graduating this spring with a degree in elementary education. Awards and Honors Following the "Purple Paw Banquet" will be the "Awards and Honors" evening scheduled for May 27. At that time, approximately 13 students will be honored for their scholastic achievements and participation in student activities during the past year. Nominations for the awards were made by the WSC studentbody and reviewed by a committee of students and faculty members. Included in the list of categories are "Scholar of the Year", "Female Student of the Year", "Male Student of the Year" and "Faculty Member of the Year." Additional Awards Jessen said several additional awards will be presented from nominations from department heads including "Talent of the Year" and "Physical Education student of the Year."
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1967-05-12, Vol. 26, No. 25|
|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.|