Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1972-03-281
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'Sea A special film entitled, "The Sea People," by Stanton Waterman will be presented in the Fine Arts Center auditorium tonight at 8 p.m. Due to its popularity, Weber State College has had to wait for more than a year to obtain the film. "The Sea People is a composit of sea-oriented experiences, forcusing on man's return to this last and largest part of our plant. Adventure, exploration, the vibrant and lucid beauty of the undersea world, and the excitement in the real risk and danger that attend man's thrust into a hostile element, are the help wanted: signpost to choose b.m. Applications for business manager of the Signpost are now being taken by the Publications Board. The new business manager would take over autumn quarter and would be in charge of finances and advertising for the Signpost. He would also be responsible for organizing his own staff to sell advertising. Glen Curtis, present business manager of the Signpost, said although advertising is of prime importance, a knowledge of selling and journalism are helpful. Applications are available from Becky Boswell, studentbody secretary, located in the Union Building. Deadline for returning the applications is April 15. Further information on the position or about the application is available from members of the Publications Board. They are: Jerry Burns, Kevin Wheelwright, Noel Blonquist, Dean Dayley, Bill Porter, Curits Smout, Rachael Crary and Elaine Thomas. students suspended: academic dishonesty Two students were suspended from Weber State College recently for violation of academic honesty. The two appeared before the WSC Standards Committee on March 9, 1972 where they were charged with violation of the academic honesty standards contained in section IX of the Students Rights and Responsibilities Handbook. Section IX deals with academic honesty, plagerism, cheating and falsification of records. Following a plea of guilty to the charges, the committee made the decision to suspend both students effective immediately. The suspension will continue for two successive quarters, spring and summer, and "W's" have been given for all winter quarter classes. The students will be eligible to reapply for admission next autumn quarter. This is the first case of academic dishonesty that has been brought before the joint student faculty committee. Jerry Burns, the studentbody People' come to Weber fabric of this film. Some of the highlights of this color film are: The history-making story of the first female "Aquanauts," OD m V U i. . o I .'-is' ; -.. WHAT A WAY TO END A DAY - Dan Hunter, studentbody president, gets smashed in the face with a chocolate pie thrown by Jeannie Young as part of the auction held in the Union Building cafeteria Thursday. Dennis Smith outbid everyone by offering $40 for the opportunity which he gave to Miss Young. (Photo by Jon Sandberg.) auction packs snack bar by Randoloph J. Scott Five hundred Weber State College students gathered in the Union Building snack bar Thursday morning to bid in the first annual Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha auction. executive vice-president and member of the committee, stated that it is important for all students to be aware of this action to preclude future violations and to let the studentbody know that violators can expect similar reaction. chorale group takes tour: 4 states, 14concerts on tap Sixty members of the Weber State College Chorale left Monday on a 14-concert tour that will take them into parts of Utah, Arizona, California, and Nevada. They will return March 26. Ronald L. Wooden, WSC director of opera theater and the Chorale, will accompany the students as program conductor. Mr. Wooden has directed 25 musicals and operas since he joined the WSC staff, his latest one being "Man of La Mancha." Chorale members will perform at high schools, universities, and churches. Accompanying the Chorale will be the recently formed Practicum for Chamber living and working under the sea off St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. Diving under the Lousiana oil rigs, far out to sea, to find a new and valuable ecosystem. QDU The high bid of the day, $40, was paid to smash a pie in the face of Dan Hunter, studentbody president. Carter Campbell, starting defensive end for the Denver Broncos football team, was the object of the second highest bid of $27 as he also received a pie in the face. The fund raising project grossed the honorary fraternity $298. The auctioneering was performed by fraternity members Randy Scott, Don Hughes, Val Smith and faculty member Marshall Isaccson. Other services receiving high bids included a resume to be written by Bill Porter of the journalism department; a date with Pam Nelson, miss Weber State and her two attendants; a season seat for the Utah Symphony at Weber State and a date Singers, a unit that was added to the WSC honors program. Principal performances will be at Pasadena City College, where the singers will present a nine-number program from Mozart, Bach, Schubert, and other masters. While in Pasadena, the Chorale will perform at a high school workshop, and stage an eight-number performance at a second high school there. Mr. Wooden said the Pasadena City College Chamber Choir will come to Weber State on April 7 and present a joint performance with the WSC Chorale in the Fine Arts auditorium. "We feel that this will be one of if1'' s spawned by the same steel monsters that generated lethal oil spills and ecocatastrophies. A look at the most dynamic experiment in aqua-culture (sea Volume 31, Number 42 Ogden, Utah 84403 Tuesday, March 28, 1972 with the sorority. entire LaDiaenda Fraternity advisor John Hebestreet said, the support from fraternities, sororities, faculty, administration and students was "just tremendous." book funds sought in Taylor's memory An effort to raise funds to buy books for the college library in memory of Darrell and Darlene Taylor is being made under the supervision of Dr. Richard Kinler of the Psychology Department. "We're going to try and buy books we think Darrell would the outstanding vocal programs to be offered our patrons this school year," Mr. Wooden said. The Chorale specializes in the performance of legitimate choral music from all periods of musical compositions, Mr. Wooden said, and has represented Weber State in several prestigious tours. These included appearances before the Western Division, Music Educators National Convention in Las Vegas, and the American Choral Directors Association, in San Francisco. The group recently was chosen to perform for the Governor's Institute for the Fine Arts, in Salt Lake City. farming), which many feel is the hope for future survival on earth. Search for the Great White Shark, last and most dangerous of the pre-historic predators, and the most powerful and formidable killer on the face of the earth. The film scenes document one of the most exiting and hazardous adventures that any divers have ever lived through. Tickets for the film go on sale at the Fine Arts Center box office tonight at 7 p.m. Prices are students, 75 cents; adults, $1.50; and families, $2.50. There will be no special faculty or staff prices for this film. new editor needed for probe mag WANTED people with drive and imagination to help keep Probe, the campus literary magazine, and Acorn, the yearbook, alive. The Publications Board are looking for editors for both the Probe and the Acorn for next year. Anyone interested in the positions must submit their application by April 5, so the board can discuss the aS' plications at their Apin . meeting. Applications may be obtained from Becky Boswell, studentbody secretary, who is located in the Union Building. The Publications Board is also looking for suggestions as to how more interest could be generated in these two publications. Anyone with suggestions or questions on the editorships should contact a member of the board. They are: Jerry Burns, Kevin Wheelwright, Noel Blonquist, Dean Dayley, Bill Porter, Curtis Smout, Rachael Crary and Elaine Thomas. Mr. Dayley may be found in the Administration Building; Mr. Porter and all others have boxes in the Union Building, with the exceptions of Miss Thomas and Miss Crary. have chosen. These will be in the area of psychology, ecology, and student rights," said Dr. Kinler. A news release from the psychology department state.d: "Darrell's efforts in the areas of student rights and the quality of education here at Weber are well-known on campus, and thus this kind of tribute seems appropriate."Mr. and Mrs. Taylor were killed in an automobile accident in Nevada during the spring break. He was a senior, majoring in psychology and she in general education. Mr. Taylor was Chairman of the Lectures Committee, a member of the College Activity Board, a member of the Ombudsmen, and a student representative on the Fine Arts Series Committee. "An inscription will be put in the inside cover of the books dedicating the book in the memory of the Taylors," commented Dr. Kinler. Anyone wishing to make a contribution may send it in care of Dr. Kinler at the psychology department or contact the departmental office, Annex I, room 110, ext 493. Checks should be made out to the Weber State College Library.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1972-03-28, Vol. 31, No. 42|
|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.|