Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1962-04-201
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r no hnalis Vol. 3 No.21 Ogden, Utah April 20, 1962 fs Gird for IP lot ff orm pi llil 8 i LAa , ft Li . Lj klltn r4V i JXi.L A couple of the colorful posters around school, which indicated the start of elections, can be seen in the U.B. Professional s ? Start Students who want to become teachers must submit an official application to enter the professional teacher education program which begins at Weber next fall. The beginnings of professional education courses will be offered at that time. A professional staff totaling five members will guide the program through the junior year. There will be specialists in elementary education,, secondary education, educational psychology, and instructional materials, who will join the faculty on Sept. 1. Selective admission to teacher education will be a part of the program. Careful attention is giv en to the student's academic standing, physical and mental health, personal conduct, and the speech and language skills necessary' to succeed in teaching. Sophomore students planning to become teachers, who have not yet completed their applications for admission tio teacher education next fall should do so immediately. These applications will be acted on within the next few weeks. Forms can be obtained from the Office of the Registrar or from Dr. Burke, head of the Department of Education. Dr. Burke said that they expect between one-hundred and two-hundred students to apply for the program. By Gary Hancock Signpost Staff Writer Sttadents went to the polls Tuesday and Wednesday to indicate their choices for next years officers. Close contests were run in each of the offices as a near record 647 students cast ballots. The finalists are indicated below 'and will begin their campaigning immediately. Next Tuesday will be the platform Assembly. Thursday and Friday will be final elections, with the results being announced at a Student Bady-Freshmen dancethe final even ing. The following students were nominated for next year Student Body President: Larry Bryant and Brent Moon. One of these will preside over the first Weber College student organization under the new four year academic program. Candidates nominated for First Vice President are: Gary London, Tomorrow Night Last Time To See Comedy By Catharine Harline Feature Editor "How does one deal with a witch?" Tonight and tomorrow night will be your last opportunity to find out how John van Druten deals with them in his successful play, "Bell, Book and Candle", being presented by Weber College Theatre.A bliack cat, long silvery fingernails, and illusive shadows set the miood for this sophisticated play now beng held at the Moench Arena Theatre. In the play Sally Bane takes the part of Gillian Hciroyd; Roy Van Orman plays Shepherd Henderson; Bonnie Bambnough, Miss Holnoyd; Lou Johnson, Nicky Hol-royd; and Don Gardner plays Sidney Redlitch. William B. Howell is in charge of lightng. John M. Elzey, Associate Director of Weber College Theatre is directing "Bell, Book, and Candle." Kathy Napoli is the assistant director. Curtain time is 8:15 p.m. Faculty Members Exhibit Work By Catharine Harline Feature Editor "Faculty members of Weber's Art department have contributed paintings to many recent exhibits," Farrell R. Gollett, Chairman of the Weber College Art department, said this week. ' The Art department was asked to present ian exhibit held at Utah State University, during March and April with art work ranging from the complete abstract to the representational. Charles A. Groberg, Doyle M. Strong, Richard J. Van Wagoner and Mr. Gollett contributed to this exhibit. and Bob West; for Activities Vice President, Carol Cope 'and Raulette Lichtenstein; for Business and Finance Vice President, Dee Schenck and Val Stratford. Those elected from this group will comprise next year's new Executive Council, an intragial part of the new student government. The following students were nominated for Junior Class officers:For Junior Class President, Tom Anderson and John O'Dell; for Junior Class Vice President, Jean Christensen and Janice Kinomoto. For Secretary, Roger Bam-brough and Pam Ford. Additional Jr. Class officers nominated include Kathy Kerr, Ann Moesinger, Lee Witten, and Kent Van De Graff for the student senate. One girl and one boy will be elected. The new student senate is another new governing group within the four year organization. Officers were also nominated for various Sophomore Class positions. These include the following; for President, Ed Freestone and Grant Johnson; for Vice President, Beth Grimstad and Jackie Miller; for Secretary, Bonnie Bambrough and Cleora Meyerhoffer; and for senators, Cathy Carter and Joan Orr, and Jim Furlong and Lynn Cook. The following were nominated for Associated Women Students officers: For President, Paula Blackinton and Jaan Henderson; for Vice President, Pat Austin and Ann Nielson; for Secretary, Barbara Birch and Diane Healy. Those nominated for Associated Men Students were: for President, Stan Henderson and Joe Sneddon; for Vice President, Ellwood Curtis and Curtis Wilker; for Secretary, Ken Bronsion and Lynn Smith. Phi Pho Pi Honors Dr. Monson Dr. Leland H. Monson, Chairman of the Division of Humanities at Weber, brought high honor to the College when he received an outstanding service award from the national organization of Phi Rho Pi. Service award placque, the second awarded in thirty-three years by Phi Rho Pi, honors Dr. Monson for twenty-eight years of continuous and outstanding service to that organization. He served three years as president of national Phi Rho Pi.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1962-04-20, Vol. 3, No. 21|
|Contributors||Associated Students of Weber College|
|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 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.|