Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1970-01-161
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WJ Pres. Keith Wilcox Weber $tate Volume 29, Number 21 Weber V is' I -4 f -" -S 1 f .in Mii,.ir i nrii.M,iim,i CASEEL D. BURKE, dean of school of education, accepted a grant for $195,400 for a new teacher program. Find temporary bliss at UB birthday party On January 17 at 8 p.m. for the cost of one dollar, why not get married? After fifteen min. utes of wedded bliss, if you don't like the idea, ditch your spouse and go and drown your sorrows in some ice cold rootbeer. T'will be a birthday party, so come and do your thing. "The Birthday Suit" is the theme of the UB birthday par. ty. Simultaneous events to be held are night clubbing; a rootbeer chugging contest, marriage and divorce procedures, Chinese din-ing melo. dramatic acting, casino gambling, and the Weber State Singers singing "A Bit of Broad iscssssien I . : '. - i AJ Rev. Marcus Zill State College, Ogden, Utah 84403 way. ' Starting at 11 p.m. activities will begin to climax with Christy Parrish, Miss Weber State cut. ting the cake. Miss "X" will pop. out of a giant birthday cake and smile and show. All the people coordinating different activities will be dressed accordingly. Don Davis, Rick Murray and Noel Blonquist will be in charge of the gambling casino which will be located in the lounge area of the new U. B. Wayne Hill will be in charge of marriage and divorce; get it together in room 352, tear it apart in room 354. coEidudes ueaii ff religiooi A panel discussion on various religious topics will be held in the Fine Arts Center Auditorium, at 11 a.m. Moderating the panel will be Dean Alan Dayley, Dean of Students here at WSC. The panel will answer various questions asked of them both from the cards submitted during the SURE week lecture series and from the convocation audience. Representatives will be from L.D.S., Protestant, Catholic, Jewish religions. Weber Heights Stake President Keith Wilcox will represent the L.D.S. faith. He has been a stake president for 13 years. Presi-dent Wilcox was architect for the WSC Union Building and Fine Arts Center, and the David O. McKay Hospital. President Wilcox graduated from the Univer. sity of Utah with a degree in architecture. Reverend Marcus Zill of St. Friday, January 16, 1970 WSC $195 A $195,400 grant has been awarded to the Weber State College Education Department in developing a new teacher education program. The grant, announced in a special press conference by Dr. Caseal Burke, Chairman, will be used mainly to release the regular staff from lecuturing to complete the program. The Individualized Performance-Based Teacher Education program, IPT, is divided smaller units called Weber Individualized LearningKits (WILKITS) which the students will complete at their own speed. The advantage of the new pro-gram students will be learning teaching all four years in labs and in local schools. The system ultimately "guarantees" good teachers. The new program should help recruiting, special aid to diffi-cult areas for the individual student, and take advantage of advanced technology. From six to seven hundred students will be involved in the programs at any given time. "IPT is, "according to the department," an answer to the cry for relevance in higher education."The program was, according to Dr. Burke, a "synthesis" of the best of other programs taken from nation wide sources. "It is not programmed learning," as such, added Dr. Burke. The change affects the entire education department, all student enrolling in classes next fall will be involved in the new program. The program is unique in the nation, and should be practicable for other fields of instruction, such as selling, according to the department. Also released at the confer, ence were statistics which show Weber State College with the highest percentage of graduating teachers employed in the state of Utah. 68.6 percent took employment in the state, compared to 52 percent of the University of Utah and 36 percent from Utah State University. The statistics also showed a 42 percent increase of teachers certificates between the fall of 1968 and the fall of 1969. Paul's Lutheran Church will represent the Protestant outlook. Pastor Zill received D.A. and, B.A. degrees from the St. Louis Seminary. He has served parish, es in Wyoming, Nebraska, and Illinois. Pastor Zill has also held positions as executive secretary in Iowa East District and assistant Stewardship Counsel, lor of Synod in St. Louis, Missouri.Father James Semple of the Newman Apostolate will represent the Catholic faith. Father Semple was born in Ireland. He studied for the priesthood at St. Patricks College in Thurles, Ireland. He became a priest in 1961. It was in that year that he came to America. Before coming to The Newman Center he taught at St Marys of the Wasatch, and at Judge Memorial High School. The only student on the panel Fred Trimm education department nets grant far new program Black Emphasis Week at first at Weber State Byron Warfield-Graham The week of February 2 through 6 has ' been designated "Black Emphasis Week" for We-ber State College. This week, a Black Student Union activity, will be another first in the col. lege's history. The B.S.U., working in con. Signpost error In the last issue of the Signpost an error was printed regarding the alleged charges against Russ Melby for mayhem. There were no formal charges ever made against either Melby or McNeeley. The arresting officer never made testimony that any football players were intoxicated on the night of the alleged fight at the Hitchin' Post. Interviews revealed such was the case, but further investigation proved that no charges are on record and neither man was ever in court. is Fred Trimm, representing the Jewish faith. Fred is a sopho". more majoring in physical edu-cation and minoring in music. Fred plans to be a rabbi. He has been a member of Reform Temple Ohev Sholom, Harris-burg Pennsylvania. He represents the Jewish faith on the Inter-Religious Council. All students, staff, and faculty members are invited to attend. Rights committee The coordinating committee of the Students Human Rights Committee meets today at 1:00 p.m. Meeting will be in the Senate room and all members are committed to attendance unless excused . Father James Semple junction with the student's un-ion Activities Board, is striving to present the history and culture of the Afro-American in all aspects. During the week, black guest speakers will be introduced to Weber. The feature speaker shall be the basketball player, Bill Russell. He will bespeaking in the Fine Arts Centre on Thurs-day, February 5, at 8:00 p.m. Admittance will be charged for that speech. Artwork, book displays and food associated with the "soul-culture" of the American black-man shall be exhibited all week throughout the campus. Films will be shown daily around noon. There will be, also, a Pillow Concert on Tuesday evening of the week. The B.S.U. hopes to hold a regional B.S.U. conference on that Friday and the week will end with a dance in the even-ing.A general meeting of the B. S. U. is scheduled to start the week off on Feb. 2. The aims and goals of Black Emphasis Week will be stated during the meeting, to be held in the Union Building theater.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1970-01-16, Vol. 29, No. 21|
|Creator||Weber State College|
|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 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.|