Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1980-04-221
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HP Inside Today News Briefs Page 2 Editorials Page 4 Black Stallion Review Page 9 What Softball Field? Page 10 WFRFR STATF fDLLEGE ! I ' r 3 QGDEN UTAH Volume 40 Issue 47 April 22, 1980 O r M t 1 LiaillBMII P 1 Hfl Vhm bbalJ Lin i i"1 -i LJ Arave looks to future plans Newly elected ASWSC president Mike Arave is already contemplating his plans for student government next year. The president controls ASWSC executive powers over the various vice presidents. Arave will preside over Executive Council and attend Institutional Council meetings as the student's representative. Arave has made no specific plans for his presidency, however, and is waiting to meet with his -newly-elected vice presidents. Arave's main goal is to find a ; A f r f I i! ! .' ( )' I III I s ; , I I i '- .I I L -., REVELANT DECORATION OR meaningless clutter? Students and administrators, faculty and candidates fail to agree on the new election rules which allow for this type of campaigning.Election clutter attracts comment Whether they helped the turnout in last week's elections, no one seems to know. But the sight of election posters and banners strewn across campus drew favorable comments from those directly involved in the elections and generally unfavorable comments from those Convocation to feature controversial lawyer Wein glass Controversial lawyer Leonard Weinglass, the attorney who won several famous civil liberties trials in the 1960's and 1970's, will speak on "Famous Trials of the Sixties" in a featured noon convocation in the Browning Arts Center Thursday. Weinglass, who represented Jane Fonda in her suit against the CIA and FBI and defended Abbie Hoffman, Angela Davis and Bobby Seale, will also give better way to advertise. For example, he hopes to put up bulletin boards around campus to publicize ASWSC events. Student government is mainly here for extracurricular activities, Arave said. The major problem he sees is "to correlate activities so everyone will be there." Arave wants to continue such programs as the College Bowl, master student program, and the car pool. He wants to continue the fight for married student housing, he said, but tuition is out of student's control. Tuition increase, Arave explained, is ri t not involved. The decorated campus was made possible by this year's relaxed election rules, which withdrew many limitations on campaigning. "The mess is hideous," said one female student. "There should be one designated place three siminars in the Department of Political Science Thursday and Friday mornings. Weinglass has been deeply involved in human rights and civil liberties movements, including several which were highly unpopular at the time. He is currently a lecturer at the University of Southern California Law Center, and during past years defended Bill and Emily Harris of the Symbionese dictated from the Utah Legislature. "I feel super," Arave said, "especially because of the winning margin." Arave attributed his victory of over 2 to one votes because his opponents campaign reached its climax too early, while his peaked last week during the election. Arave's first priority, he stated, is to catch up on the past few weeks of school he missed because of the campaign. He also plans to attend a leadership retreat for all student officers this week. : 0. for posters." But Karl Wood, Associate Director of the Union Building and an election advisor, said he is glad to see this type of campaigning, an opinion ecnoed by several candidates. . Other Utah colleges have strict rules concerning the makeup and placement of posters. Liberation Army trial, and Russell Means of the American Indian Movement. Serving as an official visitor, Weinglass observed both Cuba and North Vietnam and also served as an official observer at the Nazi war criminar trial of Adolph Eichmann. More recently Weinglass has represenid the Iranian Students Association nationally, including the 97 Iranian students arrested X 4 f J 4 i y J w-4 THE OLD AND THE NEW current ASWSC Administrative Vice President Clay Richardson and President-to-be Mike Arave plan for a smooth transition in student government. Arave was elected by a 2-1 marginn in last week's election. A new constitution: Points that affect us WSC students overwhelmingly approved extensive revisions in the ASWSC constitution last week. The proposed constitution, listed as Proposition One on the election ballot, was approved by 83 percent of those voting and will go into effect at the end of this quarter. It was written by the current Executive Council and contains the following articles: Article I The membership of the Associated Students is exactly defined. Three types of membership now exist, student, associate student and the newly developed honorary. No member shall be denied the rights and privileges provided for in the constitution as a result of race, creed, religion or sex. Article II The executive power shall be administered by the ASWSC President to six vice presidents. Article III The Legislative Council is the renamed Executive Council. Its members include the elected president and vice presidents. Ex-officio members include the Dean of Students, Director of Student Activities, and the President of the Associated of Chartered Organizations. The duties of the council include the allocation of fees, setting student policy and fees, informing students and providing a means of communication for in Houston in 1977. During the summer of 1978 he visited Thailand, Indonesia, South Korea, Taiwan and the Phillip-pines to investigate human rights violations. His convocation address will discuss such trials as the Patty Hearst-SLA trial, the Pentagon Papers, the Chicago Seven trial. The seminar topics will be more specific, according to ASWSC Cultural Vice President , - - ' 't ' , - 'J4 V- 3 - - students to administration and staff. A policy new to the constitution is the removal of officers with a two-thirds vote of the council. Article IV The student senate has all legislative powers relating to academic policy. The , senate consists of the Academic Vice President and one student senator from each academic school. Ex-Officio members are the Vice President for Academic Affairs, The Chairman of the faculty Senate, and an . Advisor-Trainer. Their duties include improving academic areas and the formation and control of Area Councils. Removal from office can occur with two-thirds vote of the senate. Article V The five member Supreme Court controls all judicial power. The members are appointed by the ASWSC president. The non-voting member and advisor is appointed by President Brady. The court interprets the constitution and determines constitutionality of ASWSC policies. The judges can not serve in ASWSC in any other manner. Article VI The election procedures, never before defined, are outlined according to custom. Article VII ASWSC officers can now be recalled from office Continued on page 2 Rex Leatham, who said arrangements for this convocation began a year ago. Rumors that some groups were opposed to having Weinglass as a speaker have circulated, but could not be substantiated, although one political science professor reportedly branded him a radical and expressed dismay over ASWSC's desire to bring him here.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1980-04-22, Vol. 40, No. 47|
|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.|