Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1980-10-251
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?!r,.rrf,3 WEBER STATE COLLEGE f n t OGDEN UTAH E P. . 1 - a - v. a i isi i - it s t i ? i f J I J M . J t s i J" ? j .. ' .i t t 'i r- , v -J I J Volume 41 Issue 8 October 25, 1980 -y 25,1980 ? f v W 4 Lt f "v ) ? rS ?' : i r " ( V!, vti'w"" " Ruth Turner, head o the library enters information into a research aataoanrt. by Bryan Shiffer Rod Julander, political science professor, and candidate for the state legislature, has been honored for such admirable political accomplishments as publishing literature entitled 'How to Pack a Mass Meeting' supporting legislation to remove the sales tax from coin operated machines, engineering the campaigns of many to an impressive defeat, and uttering such profound statements as "If I said The Homecoming committee announced the five Queen finalists Wednesday night after extensive interviewing.Kathy Allred. a20-year-old sophomore from Ogden. Her major is education, and she enjoys dancing, sports and children. Kathy's sponsor is LaDaineda. Research Department at everything that was on my mind I'd be speechless."The praise for these accomplishments, and a very interesting insight into the life of this "political giant", were the subject of a 'roast' given in Julander 's honor at the Ogden Ramada Inn Wednesday night. Adding to the heat of the fire over which Julander was slowly rotated and basted, were many of his dearest friends and trm The 23 participants were selected on the basis of interviews with specially selected judges. Poise, appearance, personality, at- Sagitta Baldazo, a sophomore from Ogden. is majoring in p re-engineering, with a math minor. .Nineteen-year-old Sacitta is enjoys dancing and skiing. lier sponsor is LaDainiIa. the Weber State associates including Ogden Mayor, Steve Dirks, WSC Political Science Department chairman, Ralph Telford, student representative Chris Nichols, and Julander 's wife, Sandy. The audience attending the roast to show their support for Julander in his bid to win a seat on the Utah legislature dined on Mediteranean dishes prepared by Weber State Arab and Iranian students. A bluegrass titudes, knowledge and accomplishments were the categories of selection. Final voting by the studentbody will be Oct. Joyce Casmar,- is spon- sored by RHC. Joyce comes from Pittsburgh, CA, and likes to sew and cook. Fashion Merchandising is the 20-year-old sophomore's major. ment of the library, headed by Ruth Turner, has a computer research facility that is remaining obscure in the eyes of the studentbody. The program, called Database Subject Searching, is now in its second year. The system provides students with complete materials for a research paper, including bibliographies and various abstracts. The program draws researching materials from various vendors in California, via telephone lines, with over 100 Database services on one vendor alone, "The system band provided musical entertainment. The evening did not end without a serious note of praise from former student Brian Florence and long time friend Stu Cambell. "Rod, through his enthusiasm, encourages his students to become involved in the political process and his ability as a teacher makes a usually dull subject exciting," said Florence. "I am grateful for the support and encour- 27-28 in the Union Building. ID cards are required. The Queen will be announced Oct. 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the U.B. Theatre. She will reign Suzy Miya, a 21-year-old from Roy, enjoys cooking, sports and ballet. Spon- sored by Lamda Iota Tau, Suzy is a senior majoring in English. subject matter," says Turner. "During the time it has been available here, several new reference services and techniques have been added, increasing the value of the service." "Basic costs, which must be assumed by the requestor, include computer connect time, telephone, and per item off-printing. "The average cost is only between $10 and $15, and it only takes a week to a week and a half to run, compared to the time the student usually spent on a paper," Mrs. Turner said. agement he gave me as I was going through law school," he added. Stu Campbell, after presenting Julander with a car door as a momento of his notorious driving ability, said "rod has been a very good influence on my life and if there is one quality that stands out above all others it would be his never ending friendship. If Rod's your friend, he's a friend for life." at actitivies during the week of Nov. 3-8. The five finalists are: Julie Stephens, enjoys sports, especially skiing. From Kiverdale, the 19-year-old advanced freshman is majoring in architecture. Julie is sponsored by Sigma Gamma (iu.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1980-10-25, Vol. 41, No. 8|
|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.|