Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1971-04-301
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ivo ber state Co Lai Volume 30, Number 47 Weber State College, Ogden, Utah 84403 Friday, April 30, 1971 ': J ..Z'..: ' , .."'4 SWOT? y iM I r limr" Another stage of construction nears completion on the nevy social science science building is only one stage in an overall master plan that holds great complex as the building begins to take shape and gain character. The social . promise for the growth of Weber State College. photo by ew, Morgan E"Jbidl'.Jfcft I x. tf & be part TJSC Weber State college will soon be a pedestrian campus, that's part of the master plan for building up the school. This fall or next spring the state highway department is expected to start work on the section of the periphery road that will connect Ed-valson and. 40th Streets just east of Harrison. Road to Circle to Campus Eventually this road will circle all of the main campus with parking lots just off of it. Cars, other than service vehicles, will not be allowed into the main campus. Students will find it more conveient to park in one spot and walk to all of their classes. There will be two main sidewalks through the campus. The east-west walk will run between the Union Building and the present classroom buildings by the bell-tower (now under construction) and wind up the hill to the science buildings. The main north-south walk will run under the Union Building north past the classroom buildings to the new educational building (also now under construction) and south in front of the Fine Arts Center. All buildings Tied Together Another feature of the master plan is the tying of all buildings together, visually, by using the same outside materials. In addition, all buildings will be connected by utility tunnels. Heating and cooling will be controlled from a central point, a master control panel to be located in the heating plant. A new boiler will be installed this summer as part of this program. Expansions Designed Presently in the design stage, is expansion of the library, additions to the science and technicals buildings, and a new maintenance building. Land is now being acquired for the new special events center to be located south of the campus and east of the dorms. Construction on this center is expected to start in three or four years. More Dorms In the discussion stage, are more dorms, fraternity and sorority houses and married student housing. The master plan itself, is flexible and is changed from time to time as new needs arise and as more funds become available or run out. The plan is not on a strict time schedule. Relocations Scheduled Plans also include those for landscaping, lighting, and the relocation of the Moench statue and the flagpole. The statue and the flagpole will probably be moved to a location between the Administration Building and the new Social Science Building. our error A Signpost error in Tuesday April 27 newspaper, stated "Rob Alley was asked to submit a statement to the Signpost but did not respond." Mr. Alley did in fact submit a statement. That statement reads: "With the Senate in the process of re-establishing class government. I am very anxious to become actively involved in Senate and Senate committees. I feel I am well qualified as last year I was student body president at B.L.H.S. I graduated with a 3.9 GPA and am now maintaining a 3.7 GPA." Abravanel chooses program The May 6 convocation will present the Utah Symphony Orchestra. According to Daniel Martino, Maestro Maurice Abravanel has personally chosen the program for the Weber State audience. The program will include George Gershwin's "An American in Paris," Aaron Copland's "El Salon Mexico," Leonard Bernstein's "Candide" and "The Little Train of Capipira" by Villa-Lobas. me p.? 5 Final elections are scheduled today for WSC Class Officers, Officers of AMS, AWS, and Senators from the Schools of Business, Education, Technology, and Arts, Letters and Science. Only eight offices are contested. Glen Curtis is unopposed candidate for Senior Class president; Bob Brueckner, unopposed for Senior Class vice president; and Eileen Draper for secretary. Dave Broadbent will run against Robert Hillier for Junior Class president; Bruce Shepherd, unopposed for vice president; and Sherrie Martin against Ellen Orrock for secretary. Rob Alley and George Dickson are opponents for Sophomore Class president; Steve Holbrook competing against Scott Thredgold for vice president; and Kristy White running unopposed for secretary. Paul Lindquist is unopposed candidate for AMS president; Greg Lamprose, unopposed for vice president; and Paul Meldrom against Bob Tegeder for secretary. Paula Butterfield will run unopposed for AWS president; Jocelyn Chow and Ella Sanders for vice president; with Judy Hanzen and Laurie West running for secretary. Kevin Wheelwright and Mike Grow are opponents for Senator from the School of Arts, Letters, and Science. Senator candidates running unopposed are Rex Stevens, School of Business; Mike Wagoner, School of Technology; and Noel Blonquist, School of Education. Noel, although running unopposed, is contributing the money, he would have used for campaigning, to the library fund. Students have art exhibit The annual Weber State College Student Art Exhibit will be held May 10 to May 28 in the Art Building Gallery, according to Darel Johnson, Co-Chairman of this year's event. All students registered for day or evening classes any quarter since Spring 1970 are eligible for the show. All work must be received on May 4 and May 5 from 12:00 noon to 9 p.m. A fee of 50 cents per entry will be charged to the student. There is a limit of 5 works per category for each student. A first prize of $15, second prize of $10 merchandise, and third prize of $5 merchandise will be given in each of the following categories: paintings (all mediums), prints and drawings, two and three dimensional design, advertising design, sculpture, pottery, weaving, jewelry-design, and photography.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1971-04-30, Vol. 30, No. 47|
|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.|