Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1971-05-181
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rcber state Volume 30, Number 52 Weber State College, Ogden, Utah 84403 Tuesday, May 18, 1971 U V J Weber students, faculty member receive honors Dr. Hofmann gives policies Numerous complaints from students, faculty and administration have occurred in the last few days in regard to dead week and final examination week. It is for this reason that I find it necessary to clarify once more the policies which regulate final examination and dead week. Dead Week Dead week means exactly what the word says. During this time activities in classes, tests, etc. are to be eliminated in order to give the student time to prepare for the final examination. Henceforth, instructors who schedule examinations during dead week will have to receive special permission from this office. Only unusual circumstances of an emergency nature will be considered. Final Exams Final examinations are to be given at the times which have been set aside in the regular college calendar for this purpose. All Department Chairmen and Deans are responsible for adherence to this policy. Students cannot be excused from final examinations, unless an emergency situation justifies a change of examination date. Deans are to approve of such cases. Grad. 'Best Dress1 is . . . In May 7, 1971 Signpost, page 3 a story was printed titled "Student-body Executive Cabinett explains new cap and gown policy." Studentbody officers asked that item four (4) be printed in its en-tirity.4) "best Dress": The student's original propositions stipulated that those choosing not to wear the cap and gown would consent to appear in "best dress." That statement continues: We feel a need to clarify "best dress" in the interest of all concerned. Best dress at all school functions is suit and tie for men and heels and hose for women. It is to be understood by graduates that although the traditional attire will not be worn by all, all will be properly attired. We student officers have committed ourselves to appropriate dress and we ask you, our constituents, to support us. We have been given an opportunity to depart from tradition so that we might express a concern. We think that the ceremony can retain its meaning without the uniform traditional dress. This thinking was seriously challenged and opposed by several members of various councils and committees before approval was granted. We therefore request your support in proper conduct and dress to show that 1460 caps and gowns aren't necessarily needed for commencement to be meaningful. FranWikstrom has received a scholarship from Yale University Law School. A. Dr. Candadai Seshachari has received honorary membership to Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Society. Josh White Jr. at JOSH WHITE, JR. arrives here on May 20, 8 p.m. to perform his one man, two hour show in the FAC auditorium. Mr. White will be appearing in conjunction with the Annual Awards and Honors Evening. The entire studentbody is invited. Admission is free. This young, distinguished "Total Entertainer" has been playing leading colleges everywhere. That he is constantly in demand is a tribute to his versatility and talent. Josh adds more fans to the ever growing list wherever and whenever he appears -- not with gimmicks or blaring amplifiers, but with tasteful variety entertainment.JOSH WHITE, JR. who is a top selling recording personality for United Artists Records, is by no means a new comer to the world of show business. He began his career at the age of four while watching his father perform at the famous 'Cafe Society Downtown' in New York. Josh, hearing a familiar tune, promptly joined in, but "just a bit too loud". This- caught his dad's attention and while restraining his laughter, he brought the lad on stage where they finished the song together. That was a moment to remember, for this audience was fortunate to witness JOSH WHITE, JR.'s debut as a performer. To this very day he hasn't stopped singing, but happily Josh admits, "I've dropped several octaves." What is JOSH WHITE, JR., IN CONCERT? He is a talent who is able, standing alone on a stage, to combine his magnificent voice in song, with uproarious comedic material. Add to this the magic ingredient, charm, and it all spells EXCITEMENT. JOSH WHITE, JR.'s concert presentation is exciting to watch, ex Fran Wikstrom Francis M. Wikstrom, Weber State College studentbody president has received a scholarship from Yale University Law School for the 1971-72 school year. Mr. Wikstrom, who will graduate June 5 from Weber State with a bachelor of science degree in history, has received a stipend of $2550 from the New Haven, Conn, school. A son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wikstrom, 3809 Jackson, he has maintained a 3.99 (out of possible 4.0) grade point average at Weber while serving as studentbody president, president of the WSC Interfraternal Council, treasurer of Sigma Delta Pi fraternity and member of Blue Key and Phi Kappa Phi national honor societies. He also received offers of scholarships from Harvard University and Georgetown university Law Schools in excess of $2,000 each. citing to listen to and exciting to be a part of! ! Not only is he is demand as a concert performer, but he has become a sought after television personality as well. You may have seen him on the Steve Allen Show, Upbeat, the Joey Bishop Show or the Mike Douglas Show. You -will be seeing him on many more major TV shows, as soon as JOSH WHITE, JR. Dr. Seshschcri Dr. Candadai Seshachari, assistant professor of English received honorary membership to Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Society at a recent meeting. He is the first person given honorary membership in the WSC chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, according to Dr. Thomas Burton, chapter president. The membership was given on the basis of his scholarship, significant contribution to letters and literature and for. his excellence as a teacher and adherence to goals and purposes of the society. He delivered an address to the PKP group entitled "Violence and Social Change in a Democracy." New Officers New officers for 1971-72 school year of Phi Kappa Phi are: Dr. Levi Peterson, president. Dr. Bryant Miner-associate vice president and president elect. Dr. Garth Welch, secretary-treasurer.Dennis Shiozawa, executive vice president. Terry Fernelius, activities vice president. WSC they can be fitted into his busy schedule... And busy he is! Those of you who have enjoyed his first album, THE JOSH WHITE, JR. ALBUM, will more than enjoy his second album, ONE STEP FURTHER. Add to his concerts and recording sessions, club engagements, song writing and commercials and you have a very busy schedule. The reason for it all? TALENT!
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1971-05-18, Vol. 30, No. 52|
|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.|