Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1965-03-261
|Previous||1 of 4||Next|
small (250x250 max)
medium (500x500 max)
large ( > 500x500)
Loading content ...
Friday, March 2G, 19G3 Social Clubs Begin Spring Rush The Men's Social Clubs will begin their spring rush Ieriod April 5 and will complete on Friday April 16. All of those interested in rushing any of the clubs should comply with the following rules. Eligibility: 1. An entering first quarter student who has been accepted as a fully matriculated student (high school graduate) for admission to Weber State College and has filled out the necessary Rush Registration forms and paid the necessary Rush Registration fee, is eligible for Rush. 2. A continuing or transfer student may participate in Rush if his name is cleared by the Dean of Men's office i.e., he must be registered for a minimum of 12 quarter hours and have a cummu-lative grade point average of 2.00 (C) or better. He must also fill out the necessary Rush registration forms and pay the necessary Rush registration fee. Rushing: 1. Rushees must follow the Rush Week Schedule. 2. There will be no rush activities during Rush Week other than those specifically set forth. 3. Rushees must comply with all rush rules and procedures. Failure to do so may result in elimination from rush. fledging: 1. Rushees will sign a pledge card when they accept a bid. 2. A rushee may accept a pledge pin only after officially pledging (filling out a pledge card as explained in 1 above.) 3. All bids turned in by the clubs must be kept confidential, and no one shall have access to such information except the Dean of Men's Office and such persons as may be designated by the Rush Committee. The Dean of Men shall personally destroy all such information at the close of Rush. 4. If a pledge drops from the club and is not released by the club, he is ineligible for repledging for two quarters. (This to include the quarter in which he drops and one additional quarter). If the club drops the pledge, he is eligible for repledging during the next rush period if he meets all other eligibility requirements. The ' 12 quarter hours required shall be both for the current and previous quarters while the grade point of 2.00 shall be for the previous quarter. The Spring Quarter Rush Schedule shall be as follows : Continued on page 3 y. v, Tomorrow night the students v Hi have the opportunity of fit-tending the Mud Sling Fling No. 2 to be held in the Student Union Building beginning at 8 p.m. It should be considered an opportunity for it was Mud Sling Fling No. 1 held last fall that drew the biggest crowd of the year. The music for the dance will s - be supplied by the Wild Ones and will center in the realms of the surfin' and jerkin' couples who will be in attendance. Tho price will be 50c per person and the dress is casual. The dance will also give the students the opportunity to come date or stag. There will be contests and prize given for the best surfin' and jerkin' couples. 0 T4 5 I SIGNPOST 0 g ITCue !?2iQatasftD20 5 : Applications Available For Siqnpost Staff Applications are now available for positions on next year's Signpost staff. Anyone interested may contact and obtain an application form from Mr. Reed Blake in UB 20G-A. Completed forms must be returned to Mr. Blake before April 9. In turn, Mr. Blake will submit the applications to the Publications Board who will make the selections. Signpost's new staff will be announced in mid-April. The following positions are now available: editor, associate editor, business manager, managing editor, sports editor, society editor, reporters, feature writers, art critics, music critics, and a layout editor. Weber Work-Study Over a hundred students who are presently attending Weber State have received employment under the Work-Study Program. They have been employed in such positions as clerk typists, custodial assistants, in campus beau-tii'ication projects working with VEBER STATE Dental Assistants Offered Course An appropriation from the U.S. Manpower Development Act of $31,000 to operate a nine-month dental assistants course has been received by Weber State College. Dr. Wendell L. Esplin, WSC Technical Education chairman, said surveys have indicated a need for this kind of specialized training in this area. The course will be taught by Dr. Richard Kingston, who will transfer to WSC from the University of Utah staff, and Dr. Jesse Jensen, an Ogden dentist. Instruction begins in early April in space to be rented in the Eccles Building. Classrooms in the Moench Building, lower campus will also be used for the course, Dr. Esplin said. Girls interested in taking the nine-month program may apply immediately at the Employment Security Office, 2655 Adams, where they will be interviewed. Program the juvenile court, and various other positions. There are still a few positions available under the Work-Study Program. If you think you are eligible to work under this program, please contact the Placement Office in room 141 any afternoon after 2 p.m. COLLEGE Vol. 7 No. 20 From March 30 to April 3. in the WSC Fine Arts Center the play, the Fantasticks will be presented by the drama department and will be under the direction of Mr. John M. Elzey. With the production of "The Fantasticks," director Elzey sets aside for two years his labors with Weber State College Theater. The popular director, himseli a fine actor, leaves WSC in the spring quarter for the University of Minnesota where he will seek his Ph.D. in drama. The Fantasticks, unusual as the run of plays go, is a stylized, musical parable on the subject of love, to be presented with a very small cast, a small orchestra, and no scenery to speak of. "1 selected the Fantasticks because it is written to be per-ormed in the Arena Theater or open stage style," Mr. Elzey said. "It has been highly successful off Broadway as well as across the country in community, university and professional theaters. The play has very charming music as well as an interesting moral." Mr. Elzey's cast is reminiscent of the credits screened by a old flicker. It reads: The Mute Lynn Neuberger; The Girl's Father Bruce String-ham; The Boy's Father William Higley; The Boy Ronnie Reimschussel. The Girl Jane Harris; the Narrator John M. Elzey; An Mortimer Scott Shutt. His musicians are Mrs. Dean Hurst, director and pianist; Jana Blair, harpist; Rosemary Small, percussionist, and Roger Wise, bass player. It's a cast of students, faculty, and alumni, but mostly students. Mr. Elzey joined Weber's faculty, and theater staff in 1959. He has directed 19 plays during his time at Weber, including the musicals, "South Pacific" a n d "Carousel." Earlier he did the sets for "Oklahoma," and the Christmas story, "Amahl and the Night Visitors."Prior to coming to Weber he served as technical director' at D e s Moines Community Playhouse.Of all his speeches Mr. Elzey thinks he probably reached a high points in eloquence when, as WSC Studentbody president in 1954, he mads a "pitch" before the Utah legislators for four-year college status for Weber.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1965-03-26, Vol. 7, No. 20|
|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.|