Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1972-10-201
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LP 70 ()? fa OOYfiltX sx coeds chosen for homecoming As is the tradition at Weber State College, homecoming week will include the naming of a queen to reign over the activities. She will be chosen by student elections to be held today. A display containing pictures of the girls competing for the title, is set up near the front door of the union building. This display may help some students decide which girl to vote for. Booths will be set up in the union building for voting purposes.Girls competing are: Judy Carter, 20, is a blue eyed blond. She is a junior, majoring in office administration with an English minor. She is secretary of LaDianea Sorority and her hobbies include singing and sports. She is active in the LDSSA, and is a member of the WSC Chorale. Her sponsor is Pi Kappa Alpha. Mary Davenport, a sophomore, maintains a 3.5 GPA, has green eyes and dark hair and her major is business. She enjoys drama, athletics, sewing, and music and is a member of the LDSSA Meloaires, a singing group. Her sponsor is Sigma Gamma Chi. Jan Hall, 19, a sophomore, is majoring in dentistry hygiene. She has brown eyes and hair. She is an officer in theOttey-kawa sorority, in charge, of the games and recreational activities.She enjoys nature, sports, publicity, reorganization discussion topics of tuesday senate meeting Publicizing the activities of student government and reorganization of student government were the major subjects discussed by the ASWSC Senate in the regular Tuesday meeting. Reported out of Investigations Committee and favorably passed by the Senate was Senate Resolution 5-73 submitted by Sen. Jon Sandberg. The bill would set up an ad hoc committee to organize and coordinate a Student Government Emphasis Week, prior to Fall Quarter elections. The emphasis week plan originated at the studentgovernment leadership retreat in Park City and is intended to make the average student more aware of flower arranging, and macrame. Her sponsor is Otteykawa sorority.Zona Merrihew, 19, is a sophomore. She is majoring in distributive education, with a minor in social work. She is a green eyed blond maintaining a 3.78 GPA and is a cheerleader. She has been elected president of the Distributive Education Association of America, for the Utah chapter. She enjoys swimming, skiing, camping, and horseback riding. She is being sponsored by Otteykawa. Elaine Rasmussen, a21-year-old junior, is being sponsored by Sigma Gamma Chi. The blue-eyed blond is majoring in Nursing, enjoys singing and dancing and is a member of the LDSSA. Madeline Spears, 20, is a sophomore majoring in Nursing. She has brown eyes and dark hair with an olive complexion. She maintains, a 3.24 GPA and is a member of the inter sorority council. She is secretary of hospitality for that group. Her hobbies include horseback riding, sewing, water skiing, and reading. She is sponsored by Delta Phi. One of these girls will be named queen at a hootenanny on Monday. She will reign until Oct. 28, when she will ride in a parade in Ogden, and also will be introduced to the fans at halftime of the football game. According to Kenlon Reeve, chairman of the contest, the girls were picked from a field of the activities and potential of student government. Sandberg was appointed chairman of the committee which will plan the week for sometime in November. Also coming before the Senate Tuesday was a plan for the reorganization of Student Government.Senate Bill 6-73. submitted by Senate Policy Committee Becky Sparkman, chairman, would create an Academic Assembly for the college. The stated purpose of the assembly is to provide an avenue of communication between students, faculty and administration in academic areas. The bill is designed to provide direct student Judy Carter Madeline Spears girls, representing various campus organizations. They were judged by: Shirl input into academic areas and to provide for regular open forums of discussion of area and college-wide academic concerns. Membership on the Academic Assembly would consist of the college academic vice president; dean of students, deans, assistant deans, all department chairmen and elected student representatives and appointed students from each academic area. Area Assemblies for each academic area would also be set up. again with open forums, to discuss area-wide problems and to give input into thecollege-wide Academic Assembly. If the plan is implemented (which would require an amendment to the ASWSC Constitution) ' : , I I 1 v J t s - j s i ; T, i . t I i to compete queen title V f J T7 V Elaine Rasmussen Zona Merrihew Fadel, an Ogden businessman; Mrs. Mike Brown, who has helped with other campus pagents; it would involve the election of area representatives to the Academic Assembly along with the election of the present student-body officers. Senators discussed alternatives to the plan along with possible submission of the plan to the Dean's Council and Academic Council. The bill was referred to Investigations Committee for study and revision. A major impetus for the reorganization has been the encouragement of President Bishop for greater participation by students in academic areas. The plan proposed in Senate Tuesday is similar to one proposed by the ASWSC Ketulie Cabinet. Hut. the Senate plan I : ' f( Jan Hall Mary Davenport and Janet Bourland, a past home- coming queen, and a current model. does not call for dissolution of the Senate and expansion of the duties of the Executive Cabinet which the Executive Cabinet plan called for. Also discussed in Senate was the reserve fund to buy presses for the Signpost. The Senate voted to use the press reserve as a buffer to prevent cutting into organizational budgets. Budget cuts may still be necessary because of the drop in enrollment.It was also announced thai in the future the prohibition against alcohol at football games will be enforced. The discussion of student go-enimeni reorganization will continue in Senate neu Tuesday.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1972-10-20, Vol. 32, No. 8|
|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.|