Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1971-04-271
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mhQf state n Volume 30, Number 46 Weber State College, Ogden, Utah 84403 Tuesday, April 27, 1971 J i3 t A r7 y j Speaker cancels Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., world-renowned historian-scholar, scheduled to appear at Weber State College April 29, has canceled his engagement, college officials were notified. Mr. Schlesinger was scheduled to speak both at the Thursday morning convocation and again that evening, said Daniel L. Martino, WSC director of cultural events. Mr. Schlesinger was the last lecturer scheduled to appear on the WSC Celebrity Series as Alegria Arce, pianist from Ecuador had canceled earlier, Mr. Martino noted. Senior candidates run unopposed In the final elections Friday, no less than seven candidates are unnopposed, including three candidates for Senate positions. Senior Class President Glen Curtis, currently business manager for the Signpost, is running for the office of Senior Class President. As Senior Class President, Glen would "Work to make the Senate more representative and responsive. I would still like to see expanison of student services, effective representation on faculty committees, and government working to improve academic quality." The Senate recently redefined the duties of class vice presidents to include the direction of their class activities. This gives a new dimension to these offices, and is reflected by the goals of the two unnopposed VP candidates. Senior Class Vice President Senior class Vice Presidential candidate Bob Brueckner stated that increased "senior involvement on the committes and councils peculiar to the senior class is an important step in representing the senior class and in gaining participation and interest in WSC." Bob is a Pre-Med Chemistry major who wants to work "for the progress of Weber as a whole." Senior Class Secretary Candidate for Senior Class Secretary is Eileen Draper. Eileen Draper is a nursing major and will graduate this year as a registered nurse, but plans to return for her degree in psychology. She has served as secretary of the second year nursing class and worked with the Junior Class Council. Eileen stated her goals as "the establishment of a senior sound-off to hear the views of seniors in regard to placement opportunities, the graduation fee, etc., to help air and solve problems." Lulu Drops Out Louana Harline is officially announcing her withdrawal from the race for senior class secretary for the following reasons : "I feel my experience lies in activities and not secretarial work. Eileen has had that experience and is more capable of handling this particular job than I am. "I believe that more students involved in student organizations the better. There can be creative ideas and more efficiency. I have had several offers to work in other area and I would not like to hog two jobs and cause another person to be pushed out of being involved." Sophomores prep for posfe Sophomore Class Presidential candidates are Rob Alley and George Dickson. George Dickson is a member of the class council and is active in a fraternity and campus affairs. He has had experience in debate and public relations. George states; "Besides involvement with social activities, I would like to see the Sophomore Class Council become involved in more relevent student issues. I will work to provide a larger and more effective class council." Rob Alley was asked to submit a statement to the Signpost but did not respond. Sophomore Class VP Steve Holbrook and Scott Thredgold are seeking the vice president post of Soph, class. Sophomore Class Secretary Kristy White is running unopposed for Sophomore Class Secretary. Kristy was involved with many activities in high school and at present is serving as an officer in Otyokwa Sorority. She states, "I feel all students should have a voice in the government of their school. I feel that dorm students should be more involved in school activities. I will support the officers of the sophomore class and work for these ends." Senator hopefuls seek posts Three candidates for the senate are unopposed. Rex Stevens, seeking the office of Senator from the School of Business, would like "to serve the business students in order to aid them in their educational aims." Rex has served with the student action committee, Education Committee, and Supreme Court. Mike Wagoner, a junior, seeks to serve as Senator from the School of Technology. "Technology is in a hole at WSC. Technology has been greatly responsible for the rapid growth of our modern world, and should be more emphasized at Weber. This would be my goal as Senator, to bring Technology to a recognized position at Weber." From the School of Education, Noel Blonquist is a candidate for Senator. "My objectives as senator of education will be to promote the new individualized (IPT) program, and to better inform the students, community, and the nation to the advantages of this program over the old system of training teachers." Senator - Arts, Letters, Science Mike Grow and Kevin Wheelwright are campaigning for the office of senator from the school of Arts, Letters and Science. Mike Grow is a pre-law student who will enter law school next year. Mike is on an academic scholarship and enrolled in the Honors program. He has been a member of the debate team and for the past six quarters has a GPA of 3.95. He is active in campus and fraternity affairs , and has served an LDS mission. Mike's goals include having the senate spearhead a drive to increase the academic prestige of the college. He would also like to see the Senate become more representative of the students, and proposes closer scrutinization of the budget to insure efficient use of student funds. Kevin Wheelwright is a sophomore majoring in psychology ahd has attended on a music scholarship. He has had roles in all of the musical theater productions during the past two years and has served as President and Vice President of the WSC Chorale. Kevin is President of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity, a member of the Fine Arts Series Committee and is on the Long Range Planning Board. Kevin'splatform is based on two main points: 1) "To my knowledge there has never been a senator who has been closely associated with the music and theater departments, yet much student money goes to those departments. 2) I feel that much time and effort is wasted because of a lack of communication between the students, the senate, and the faculty. I feel that I could be of some help in both these areas by virtue of my positions and personality. Weber women vie for AWS offices Paula Butterfield says, "The AWS President should play an important role in the life of every WSC coed's life. Through her, each is represented on the Student Senate and all other campus activities." Betty Robinson says, "While activities such as dances and fashion shows are important to the female student, there is another aspect to her life. As President, I would attempt to aid in representing all facets of her role as a woman in the campus world." AWS VICE-PRESIDENT Jocelyn Chow says "If elected, it would by my responsibility to maintain the AWS as one area where women students can become involved in campus issues and activities. My qualifications are: 1) I have been an AWS council member; 2) I have served as a sorority officer; 3) and I can listen to, accept, and act on suggestions given to me.", Ella Sanders stated "I want to work for the women on this campus. I am happiest when I am involved. For this purpose I hope to become AWS vice-president." AWS Secretary Running for the office of Secretary of the Associated Women Students are Judy Hagen and Laurie West. Judy states; "I feel there is need to improve the rapport between the women on campus. My goal would be to involve unaffiliated coeds and those from the dorms in new activities. Also, I would try to combine women of assorted sororities in new friendship-making activities. The coeds need to be united and heard as a whole, not as individual select groups." Judy has served on the Freshman Council, Special Events Committee, as secretary of the Music and Talent Committee and also as secretary of the LDSSA Campus committee. Laurie West who lists her qualifications as Care, says; "the responsibility of this office lies in the ability to represent the women of Weber State College - not the "typical campus coed, but five thousand individuals from five thousand different walks of life. This challenge I seek to fulfill." Laurie is active in a campus sorority and has participated in many activities on campus. Juniors ponder positions Dave Broadbent and Robert Hillier are the two candidates running for the office of Junior Class President. Dave Broadbent has held student body offices at Clearfield High, is a member of the Activity Committee of LDSSA, a member of IFC and of Delta phi Kappa. Dave's policy: I support the Weber State code of placing all Senate bills in their chronological order. I suDDort the bill passed by the Senate giving the Vice President the responsibilites of activites thus leaving more time for the President to assume positions on the Senate. Robert Hillier has served on several committees such as films and special elections. He has also been on two class councils and active in campaigns both on and off campus. Robert states that many areas of progress at Weber could be improved and made more adaptable and useful. He is AMS candidates hope In the campaign for President of the Associated Men Students, Paul Lindquist is running un-opposed. He stated that his main reason for running is to gain a seat on the Senate in order to propose reforms in the representation of the senate. He would propose the abolishment of representation of AMS and AWS. He would also support representation for honor societies, the Inter-Fraternity Council and proportionately increased representation for the schools of the college. AMS VP For the Associated Men Students, Greg Lamprose is the candidate for Vice President. He failed to respond to Signpost inquiries. AMS Sec Paul Meldrum and Bob Tegeder are running for AMS secretary. concerned with easing the complications of registration and with quality emphasis on education. Communication and cooperation between student government and administration, he feels, must be improved. Junior Class VP Bruce Shepherd, seeking the Junior class VP slot, sees three major goals. "First, a greater coordination among the faculty, staff, and students, Second, better communication of ideas and activites through better publicity. Third, good organization of all Junior class activities and programs." Bruce has set his goal for Law School, with an emphasis on business administration. Junior Class Sec. . Sherrie Martin and Ellen Orrack are running for Jr. Class secretary.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1971-04-27, Vol. 30, No. 46|
|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.|