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wtbtt Volume 28, Number 23 Weber State College, Ogden, Utah 84403 April 18, 1969 Pilot Program for Course Evaluation To Be Given Trial Run During Quarter At the last senate meeting, the Policy Committee received permission to go ahead with plans to lay the basic foundation for the tentative course evaluation program. However, the actual full-scale program will not be enacted before autumn quarter next September.Sen. Bill Washburn, chairman of the policy committee, explained that the experimental syllabus this quarter will be no more than "... a pilot program that will give students a chance to evaluate their courses and professors for the first six weeks of this quarter and for the first time let the faculty see how they rate with other members of the faculty." Although the proposed course evaluation program was desired by the entire senate some doubt and skepticism was expressed by some senators about adverse consequences that such an evaluation system could cause. Sen. Dave Evans expressed it by saying that he feared " .... we are going to tie ourselves up in some kind of bureaucracy for a lot of character assassination." Sen. Washburn and Mike Richards who presented the program to the senate, explained the intricasies and check and balance system of the tentative evaluation system. The program will be divided Into two parts, an evalu Doors of New UB To Open on May 2 Activities and ceremony are planned for the opening of the union building, scheduled for May 2nd. "You've been waiting for five years to unlock your union building, so come and enjoy it." Carol Nelson, student director, welcomed students to the opening. "It's free, it's fun and it's your U.B.," she said. Starting for VIPs' at 11 a.m. the festivities include entertainment, a stomp, openingceremonies and snacks and games free for the students. The vips' come from the entire state, and will have a preview tour at 11 a.m. concluding with a luncheon. The public will be present for the formal chain unlocking ceremony at 12:30 p.m. Dedicatory services will be held at 1:15 p.m. in the ballroom. Speeches will be given by President Miller, Farrell Shephard, union building director, and the architect. The dedicatory prayer will be given by Paul Neuenschwander, recently elected studentbody president.Entertainment will be held in the little theater. A melodrama and talent performances will alternate during the afternoon. From 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. a stomp will be held" in the ballroom. Tours conducted by the Blue Key Honor Fraternity will guide groups throughout the afternoon. Art exhibits and candle. and flower making material will be provided by the exhibits and arts and crafts committees. A best dress dance begins at 8:30 p.m. The Scotsmen, an orchestra from UtahState University ation part and a grevience committee. As explained, there will be two review committees, one consisting of only students and the other only faculty members. As set up any student with a complaint may present his case to the student review committee. If judged valid and reasonable, the complaint will be presented to the faculty review committee with the student committee representing the student. The faculty Neuenschwander Nabs Presidential Position Paul Neuenschwander, a junior majoring ineconomics, polled 1051 votes during the studentbody e-lection last Friday to defeat Dave Yurth for the office of student body president. Relating his first thoughts after hearing the announcement Paul said, "My reaction was mixed. I felt relieved and yet weighed down with the responsibility of the office." Paul continued, "I was pleased with the winners of the election. I think all the new officers understand the responsibilities they now have." Paul was pleased that those e- will play for the dance. Half time entertainment and high quality refreshments will add to the attraction of the evening. "There should be a lot of increased activity in the new U.B.", according to Farrell Shep-ard, director. "We have a ballroom which will be available all day, a theater for light productions, a larger arts and crafts room, and many more meeting rooms." '"Sift"" THESE STUDENTS are part of convocation today at 1 I in the throughout the program, which such programs though this is the ( ! - ii ; . ' t 4 f , . . . I 'it. jpWWIFMtt ,.,v.w- v.,-;-(- JBI Jj. s . H ' ; 1 -C - J " - ? I' !: ; Jfr ' l! .; " . v r J ' ' t - j X V " . 1 X x - committee will then contact the professor in question and attempt to straighten the matter out. All proceedings will protect the Identity of the student. M.D.R. expressed confidence that this system will "... give Joe Student a little weight behind him and allow faculty members to be approached by their peers about some problem rather than the boss." lected were friends. "We all get along well and I think we are all willing to do what is required." The others elected to student-body offices are Bob Barclay, executive vice president; Bill Washburn, legislative vice president; Norm Frost, financial vice president; and Terry Hale, activities vice president. Keith Orton and Wayne Hill gained the positions of senators-at-large. The annual Associated Women's Students Friendship Banquet will be held April 28 at 7:30 in the union building cafeteria. Voting for Friendliest Girl will also take place on April 28, with the winner being announced at the banquet. Each girls' organization on campus will nominate one candidate for the honor. AWS officers, Pat Smith, president; Danette Coons, vice president; and Kim Kowall, secretary, are in charge of the banquet. Helping them with preparations are the members of LaDianeda sorority , with Sandy Peterson represent'ng that group. Tickets will cost$2.00per person and all girls are invited to attend. the Weber State Community Service Bureau which is presenting the Fine Arts Center Auditorium. A number of musicals will be presented will be narrated by BiM Washburn. The group has presented over 150 first time it will be shown to the studentbody. PAUL NEUENSCHWANDER ASWSC President Bit of Broadway" Today at Convocation The Fine Arts Center auditorium will be transported to the big time, as today's Convocation at 11 a.m. reflects the exciting mood of Broadway. "A Bit of Broadway" is being presented by the Weber State Community Service Bureau. Searching the campus for students of varying talents, the Community Service Bureau presents to the community talented students who are willing to perform as a community service. In Its second year as a bureau on the Weber State campus, it has been successful In meeting the needs of the community in the entertainment field. Never before has this bureau bwiijl 'fcA- 3fc' officially presented this group of people to the students themselves. The convocation program will include many songs from hit broad-way plays. Morrell Teeples will sing "Maria" and MiriamArnell will sing "People." Together, both Morrell and Miriam will sing songs from "West Side Story." The Broadway musical "Came lot" willalso be represented in today's Convocation, as Beth Grant and Ollie Eames sing a duet. Another well known group on the campus, The Mystiques, will bring to the audience selections from "Fiddler on the Roof," including "Sunrise." "Ribbons Down My Back" and "Buttons and Bows" will also be presented by the Mystiques. "I talk to the Trees," another melody from a popular Broadway musical will be sung by Lamar Taylor. Bill Washburn will act as narrator to today's gala production and will introduce such numbers as "Brush up your Shakespeare" by Terry Hale and "Hello Dolly" and "I've got to Crow" by Sue Hopkins. No Broadway production is complete without that old favorite on Broadway, "Give My Regards to Broadway," and another favorite "Happiness." Originator of the group last year was Monty Shupe. During the last school year, the. bureau has presented 150 programs. Those performing have come to the bureau asking to be placed on their lists. When a person in the community asks for a certain type of program to be presented, the bureau makes up the program. "All ready this year we have gone over last year's record of 150 programs," said Linda Hales, studentbody secretary. All students who are interested in performing are asked to contact the studentbody office in the Union Building. More talent Is always needed.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1969-04-18, Vol. 28, No. 23|
|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.|