Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1970-04-101
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frntrtilrTrtrnlTr PUAt Volume 29, Number 40 Weber State College, Ogden, Utah 84403 Friday, April 10, 1970 Voting opens for student body officer: Wayne Hill, presidential candidate for the assoicated students of Weber State College lists his qualifications for the office as follow: During the school year 1968-69, Wayne was Sophomore Class President. He also served as Senate investigations chairman. He is also a member of Delta Phi Kappa Fraternity and the Delta Sigma Phi Business fraternity. During 1969-70, Wayne has been a senator-at- large. He was also chairman of the leadership committee, responsible for coordinating the leadership convention. Wayne is a member of the senate policy committee and is senate representative on the college publications board. He was also chairman of the Black and White conference. Wayne has been active in college intramural and fraternity functions. He is an E-5 Sergeant in the army reserves. Mi er answers ciesiiontis fiiocb by OSU fiieitibsrs On January 27, 1970 a statement was presented to the Dean of Student's Office by Mr. Skip Simmons, Mr. Jerry Reed and others listing some demands. President William P. Miller, in speaking for the administration, addressed a reply to Mr. Simmons and Mr. Reed and the people they represent. The reply was delayed pending receipt of the report of an investigation by the. office of the Attorney General of Utah. This report has been received now. The content of this reply is not considered by the administration to be final, absolute or arbitrary. It is acknowledged as a "progress report" and interested persons are invited with the administration any considerations for further exploration. Responses by the administration to each of the submitted demands follow. 1. Black Dean of Men Politics may suggest that we should pretend at this point to be responding only to your demand in effect leading you to believe that we are conceding to your demand. To do so would be dishonest. We, therefore, feel compelled to provide background information, which points to the recognition for and progress toward obtaining personnel to work in the areas and meet the needs which your demand for a Black Dean suggests. Prior to the incident on January 27 involving Mr. Robinson, decisions had been made by Weber State College Officials to add one or more black individuals to the College faculty and to other positions where they could be of service to our students. Also, prior to this incident a decision had been made to appoint an Ethnic Studies Committee consisting of Students, faculty, and members of the community to study ways in which the College could be of more assistance to members of ethnic groups. It is planned that some members of these groups will be added to the College staff in the near future. 2. Immediate dismissal of Mr. Carver until complete investigation is finished. Immediately following the incident in the Union Building on Voters today select officers, give views on Vietnam and 18yroIdvote. In the final studentbody elections today, students will choose next year's leaders in what may be the largest turnout of voters at this college. Students will also have an opportunity to make known their views on the war in Vietnam and extending the vote to the 18 year olds. Several alternatives on which course the country should follow to resolve the conflict are included on the ballot, from escalation for an outright victory to unilateral withdrawal. Voting booths will be located across campus to accomodate voters. According to Roger Johnson, elections chairman, no one will be allowed to vote without a studentbody card. Winners of the election will be announced tonight at the annual Dinner Dance at the Union Building. Candidates for the offices are, for ASWSC President, Wayne Hill and Fran Wikstrom. For Executive Vice President, Larry Belliston and Dee Burton. For Financial Vice president, Greg Kemp and Brent Miller. For Activities Vice President, Dick Brown, unopposed. For Legislative Vice President, Craig Tolton and Mike Joseph. Candidates for Senator at' Large are, Glen Curtis, Bill Chyne and Ed Bushak. The President and Vice President, besides the specific office for which they are elected, also serve on the Executive Cabinet, a board which meets weekly to decide matters of student policy. Voting will continue today until 2 p.m. Vote today January 27, 1970 during which James Robinson, Jr. was taken into custody by two bail bondsmen from Oakland, California, the Attorney General of Utah was requested to make complete investigation of the incident and report on the two following questions. (1) Did the California men have authority to take Mr. Robinson into custody? (2) Did the security officers at Weber State College exceed their responsibilities and involve themselves in unjustified conduct relevant to the incident? CONTINUED ON PAGE 4 ? v.. s I V v J? 'V Presidential candidate for the Associated Students of Weber State College, Fran Wilkstrom lists his qualifications for the office as follows: He has been a member of the student senate as well as president of Inter Fraternal Council. Fran was Chairman of the Senate Policy Committe. He is a member of Blue Key and was co-chairman of the annual blood drive. He is listed in Who's Who in American College and Universities and is also listed in the "National Student Register." Fran is a 3-year honor roll student and his grade point average is 3.98. He is a member of Pi Alpha Theta, a national history honor fraternity and is treasurer of Sigma Delta Pi. He was on the committee for the national affiliations of fraternities and was a delegate to the Utah Business Convention. He is also a member of the academy of international studies. : K- J J - -I ' i " 1 Opening night is always exciting for both the audience as well as the performers in a play, but even more exciting is an opening night which is also a world premiere. Weber State students will be able to experience the thrill of a world premier when the opening performance of "We" is presented April 14 at 8 p.m. in the Cellar Theater. The proper attire for those attending will be formal and everyone will be invited to a reception after the performance to discuss the play with its author Kenneth Jenks.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1970-04-10, Vol. 29, No. 40|
|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.|