Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1979-05-151
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Volume 39 Number 53 Weber State College Ogden, Utah May 15, 1979) 'Take your shorts offor leave the games area ' by Beverly DeVoy Students wearing shorts or cutoffs are not permitted in the games area of the Union Building, said director Tom Kiernan. Kiernan said he is only following the Weber State College dress code that was published in 1965, that states, "short-shorts or any other skimpy attire are not permitted." The director said he has asked his employees not to let any student in that is not dressed appropriately, and he added he has even made one of his employees go home and change his clothes because he was wearing shorts. A parent complained to studentbody president Greg Garfield when her son was not allowed to go into the games area because of his attire. She said the studentbody president told her there was nothing he could do. Grade change policy for transcripts goes into effect By Leslie Ann Hansen Policy for grade changes on transcripts has been changed said Neal Berube at an ASWSC Council meeting. Previous policy consisted of a slash mark being made through a grade and the correct grade put to the side. Working together, Dean Mecham and Neal Berube created this policy. When a grade is changed as a result of an error by a professor or the computer system, the wrong grade is erased completely and new one is Tuition-fees risehigher New tuition and fee rates for the 1979-80 school year will be approved by the WSC Institutional Council tomorrow, according to information released by administrative officials.Information released from the controller's office, however, indicates prior, assured approval of the increase. In a letter from T. Homer Johnton, WSC cashier, tuition and fee increases are already delineated. The meeting will be held at 9 a.m. in the Miller Administration Garfield said he went over to the- bowling alley after the parent complained, and saw a sign on the wall that stated, "shirts and shoes required at all times in the games area. No cutoffs or t-shirts." "There's nothing I could do," he noted. "I didn't set the policy." However, Garfield is chairman of the Union Board Policy Committee. The U.B. policy states, "appropriate campus attire is expected; shoes will be worn in the Union." When this was brought to Garfield's attention, he said there would be a U.B. committee meeting sometime this week, and the board could define what "appropriate campus attire" is if a student complained. Dean of Student Affairs Kay Evans said the manager of the games area had the right to interpret "appropriate campus put in its place. This makes it impossible to distinguish that there was ever a change in grade. This new policy however is exempt from incompletes. Reasoning behind this policy changed, according to Berube, is that some students are concerned because the previous grade changes could give a future employer the idea that the student had made some type of compromise with the professor in order to get the grade change, Building. Also on the agenda will be proposed room and board rate hikes. The tuition and fee schedule, proposed by thee State Board of Regents, will go into effect summer quarter and is listed in the already-released summer schedule. Full-time residents fees will be $196. For every credit hour over 20, a fee of $13.50 will be assessed. Non-resident fees will no be charged during the summer. Fall quarter, non-resident fees for 10-20 credit hours will be $466. attire" to mean no cut-offs or shorts. She said the policy board would have to get together and specifically define what is proper and what is not proper clothing in the Union Building. Union Director Ferral Shepard said, "No one has ever said it was not appropriate to wear shorts in the building." He added the bowling alley dress code does not apply to the whole U.B., and students can wear shorts in other areas. Kiernan said he has also told bowling instructors not to let any student in their classes if they are wearing shorts or cut-offs. He added that women were permitted in the games area without a bra. "As long as they have shirts on that doesn't have a low front, they can come in," he said. "But if it's too obvious, (not wearing a bra) and it's causing an attraction, I'll have to ask them to leave." when the error was not with the student. Berube also stated that the new policy simply creates a neater looking transcript. This new policy went into effect during winter quarter and is essential to the WSC students as 500-700 grade changes are made each quarter. Talent awards won By Lucinda Schuft The Silver Challice Award was presented to Ann Seamons Friday at the 15th annual WSC Awards and Honors Banquet. This award is given by the Associated Women Students to an outstanding woman student each year. Nominees are judged on their qualities of leadership, scholarship, active participation, and poise and charm. Awards given in the other categories were determined by a general selection committee and five subcommittees. Members of the general selection committees were Elaine Jarrett, Assistant Vice President, Charles Hislop, Instructor in the Athletic Department, Richard Sadler, Professor of History, Buck Jeppsen, Professor of Theater Arts, and Ky Evans, Dean of Students. The general selection committee was responsible for choosing the awards to be (rw ' t X , - tJ . f.- sic f r r ;v IV':.' ""7-. 1 . f ,. : 1 I i CHARLES BURNS, WSC history receives the Scholar of the Year Photo by Suzette Ahrendt. presented, organizing the subcommittees, and approving the criteria used for selection of winners.. Winners recognized at the banquet included Kathy Miller, Female Athlete of the Year; Mike Gove, Male Athlete of the Year; Garl F. James, Creative Talent of the Year; and Ned Butikofer, Performing Talent of the Year. This year's Professor of the Year is Dr. Michael Slabaugh of the Chemistry Department. He has had many accomplishments in the areas of research professional activities, and scholarship.. The Weber State Basketball Team received the organization of the year award. This award is given to the organization who, throughout the year, has contributed significantly to the growth and unification of the campus and community. The final award given at major who graduates in June, award from studeent government. Friday's banquet went to two recipients, the Wildcat Achievement Award. It was presented to Cheerleader, Colleen Packer and ASWSC President, Greg Garfield. This award is given to students or organizations which have excelled in areas outside the specific awards, because there are a multitude of areas in which students can excell and achieve in. Pre-program music at the banquet was provided by Cindy Carter and Greg Garfield. Danny Kramer of KSL Radio was the MC during the awards portion of the banquet. He also received an award presented to him by ASWSC Public . Relations Vice President Dale Hull. The Award made Danny an honorary freshman at Weber State. Following the awards presentation was comedian Kip Addotta with a one hour routine.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1979-05-15, Vol. 39, No. 53|
|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.|