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Wtbtv Volume 28 No. 16 " I planum am. i m iinu 11 w TERRY First Edition Here Thursday "We think we've been very lucky in scheduling The First Edition," says Bruce Nilsson, executive V.P. "Their performance will be the highlight of the year." The first Edition will be at the Fine Arts Center in concert Feb. 20, at 8 p.m. All are veterans of work with such groups such as The New Theology Miffs Mere Monday Tfiere is no God - or Is there? God is dead - or is he? Everyone Is bound for hell - or are they? Religion is an obscure word found In history books-or is it? These and other such questions will dominate the sphere of conversation at Weber State next week as Religious Emphasis Week carries on tradition and confronts students teachers, and staff. Each day a speaker representing some phase of religion or theology will present a lecture on contemporary questions or problems found in the fast pace of modern day living. The purpose of this week, according to Stephanie Davis, Lectures Committee member. Is to probei into the depths of religion and define its boundaries. To find out if religion and God still exist after the turmoil of flower pwoer and other forces that have been instituted into student's lives. And to determine if God can still actively fight the forces opposing Him. Dr. Richard Poll will speak Monday, Feb. 17 on the Relevance of Religion. Dr. Poll received his B.A. and M.A. degress from Texas Christian University, and his PH.D., in history, from the University of California at Berkley. He has been at Brigham Young University since 1948 and is now professor of history and political science. Dr. Poll has traveled widely throughout the world. 'The Negro and Religion' will be discussed 'Tuesday, Feb. 18 by Reverend L.E. Embray.Dr. Embry is a pastor in the Ogden area. WEDNESDAY Wednesday, Feb.19, Rabbi Franke Bernard will analyze 'The Morality of War.' Rabbi Bernard is from Salt Lake City and also is the Rabbi for Hill Air Rabbi for Hill Air Force Base. 4V vtH THELMA Christy Minstrels; Peter, Paul, Mary; The Brothers Four; The Limeliters; Trini Lopez; Johnny Rivers; and Bob Dylan. Thelma Camacho, the female vocalist, has also performed in the grand opera. The groups music is folk, folk-rock, hard-rock, blues, and a touch of opera. Nilsson added, "No student In connection with this a display of the Jewish Faith will be set up from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Included in the display will be several articles used in connection with the religion such as a Torah a Talmud, a Haddish cup, prayer shawls and other such items. THURSDAY 'Virtue More Than Virginity' is on the agenda for Thursdays religious emphasisationtobe given by Dr. Wilbur Anderson. Dr. Anderson is presently serving as a Dean of West Minister. These four speakers will speak from 12 to 1 in the Fine Arts Center Little Theatre. FRIDAY Friday, the concluding speakerof Religious Emphasis Week and the convocation personality of the week will be Brian Wicker, speaking on the 'Christian Fad.' Mr. Wicker is an English philosopher and theologian. He is Senior Lecturer at the University of Birmingham in England where He is also a monthly coloumnist for the 'Guardian' newspaper in England where he reports religious news. Mr. Wicker has also attained considerable acknowledgement through his lectures and books which have been concerned with expounding the connections, as he sees them, between Socialism and Christianity. He will speak in the Fine Arts Center main auditorium at 11a.m. after which there will be a slight break and then the floor will be opened to questions from the audience. Chairman of the lectures committee, Denny Osborn noted that these lecturers are all highly qualified in their fields and each of the discussions should prove interesting and profitable to students, and encouraged all to attend. February 14, 1969 MIKE should miss the performance." Tickets should be purchased as soon as possible, since the group drew capacity crowds every night of their last engagement on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. v i ' J" r ... " V m r KENNY BULLETIN The Society (or Understanding and Justice will meet Feb. 20 at 7:30 in the Utah Power and Light Auditorium, 457- 26th Street. The guest speaker will be Troy Collier, who will speak on Afro-American problems in the Ogden area. Everyone is invited. Bubblegum Invasion! Hoardes of yellow busses descended upon the campus last friday, releasing scores of earnest debators, who penetrated every corner of the college during the next two days. The students filled available facilities at Weber State Friday and Saturday during the annual Debate tournament. One thousand, seventy three High school students representing seventy-four schools participated in the thirty-third annual event started and named after Dr. Leland Monson, a former proffessor of WSC. Classes for college students were cancelled from noon on throughout the rest of the day to make room for the debaters. The campus took on a slightly different personality while the high school students observed college life first hand. Emotion showed often during the competition, both during presentations and at the end. peaks Dr. Sherwood O. Washburn, professor of anthropology at University of California (Berkeley) will present the first annual John J. Cortez Family Honors Lecture Friday at 1 1 a.m. in Fine Arts Center auditorium. The series is supported by a trust from the John J. Cortez Family which lived on the campus site years ago. A representative of the family, Mrs. Inez C. Truscott of Salt Lakt City will be present for the lecture and introduced to the audience by Dr. Helmut Hofmann, academic vice president. "I am delighted to participate in a program aimed at benefitting a community which is dear to me and a college in whose students and faculty I have great Interest," said Mrs. Truscott. Nilsson said, "Tickets can be purchased in the union building for $2.00 and $2.50 for seats down front. All seats are reserved." EDITOR APPS Applications for positions of editor for Probe, the campus literary magazine, and Acorn, WSC Yearbook, were solicited by the Publications Council last Wednesday.Both positions are slated to be filled by the end of this quarter. Students interested in applying for these positions may contact the following advisors to the publications. ACORN: Dale Bryner, rm 212 art bldg PROBE: Gordon Allred, rm 406 fine arts bldg. Both positions pay a monthly salary, and have a tuition scholarship ($70). Chorale Trip Halted, Ends Student's Feud The WSC Chorale will not make a singing tour of southern Utah according to an administrative spokesman. The announcement by Helmut Hofmann, Academic Vice President, to the student Senate last Monday could bring an end to the Senate -Chorale feud over funds. The Senate and Chorale have been at loggerheads for several weeks over a funding request by the Chorale. The Chorale had planned to take a trip to southern Utah, but the Senate has refused to provide the funds. Dr. Hofmann told the Senators that future trouble of this kind could be avoided. He suggested that the Senate deal directly with the department heads, instead of the organizations. Hofmann felt that this would also avoid competitive lobbying for money by different departmental groups. Dr. Hofmann told the Senators that the Faculty Senate wants to give them more responsibility. However, noted Dr. Hofmann, the faculty was wondering what the students had done for them lately. He did not elaborate on the subject. Dr. Hofmann also reported that WSC could now support senate bill 10. The adminstration felt that amendments to the bill had made it more acceptable. He explained that these amendments had the affect of weakening the central board and helping Weber. In other business an English proficiency exam was discussed. David Terry, assistant professor of Microbiology, asked for Senate help in pushing the exam. Terry explained that many students graduate from college without being able to communicate in writing. Mr. Terry felt that an English exam in the jusior year for all students would weed out those who need help. Students who were weak in English would be required to take an extra course in that subject. Howard Collett, Legislative Vice President, introduced an amendment to the school constitution. The amendment would allow two faculty representatives to be ex-officio members of the student Senate. The Senate in final action, passed a resolution on basketball seating. The resolution directed Collett to send a memo to the athletic department asking that seating regulations be enforced more strictly. Some Senators felt that too many unauthorized people were getting into the student section during games. Collett said he would send the memo right away. There will be no Senate meeting next week. Today Dr. Washburn The trust also supports an annual award of $500 to a Weber State College faculty member to be known as the Distinguished Faculty Honors Lecture for pursuit of excellence. This will be announced in April and the faculty member will speak April 11. Publication of the two speeches each year will be supported by the trust fund. "This honors program will bring to the Ogden area a greater cul tural opportunity benefitting not only the students and faculty at Weber State but the community as well," said Dr. Hofmann. Dr. Washbirrn will speak on "Anthropology and the Meaning of a Liberal Education." Students registered for convocation credits may fill out attendance slips on this lecture.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1969-02-14, Vol. 28, No. 16|
|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.|