Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1974-05-071
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CITITlTTTTTnTb -- Jrn -- Applications accepted for WSC committees Applk; t--)ns are now being accepted for ASWSC committee chairmen and memberships to serve during the 74-75 school year. Applications forms may be picked up from Mary Jelinek in the student government center. Committee memberships are open in several catagories. These include: Executive, Administrative Standing, Faculty Academic Appeals Board and Activities Board. The Executive commitees are open for both chairman and member positions. The committees include:Elections, Course Evaluation, Leadership, High School Relations, CLIC, Campus Ecology, Volunteers, Campus-Community Relations, Public Relations Editor, Ombudsman, Orientation, Homecoming and Opinion Research committees. Administrative Standing The Administrative Standing Committees have membership positions available only as students serve with administrative run committees. These committees include: Athletics, Awards and Honor Campus parking, Catalog, Commencement, Community Service, Eligibility, Fine Arts Advisory Board, Fine Arts Convications Series, Freshman Orientation, Homecoming, Publicity, Safety, Standards, Student Activities, i Student Financial Aids, Union Policy Board and Faculty Evaluation. Some of the Committees and their duties are Athletic Com Budget hearings open; Student input desired Dear Editor: Beginning tomorrow morning at 7 a.m. in UB238 budget hearings will be held to allocate approximately $80,000 of your money for campus activities for 1974-75. Signpost, AWS, Ombudsman, Spring Fever Week, Yearbook, Rodeo, Orchesis and a host of other activities will receive their budgets for next year. Your input is essential. We can't know what you want if you don't tell us. The hearings are open and anyone is invited to come and speak their mind. Got a new idea, a complaint, a new program, a suggestion? Speak up. Its up to you. Its your money. Every morning. 7 a.m in UB238. Read Hellevvell ASWSC President mittee which develops and recommends to the administration and Institutional Council, policies, rules and regulations pertaining to intercollegiate athletics. The Awards and Honors Committee which administers the system of awards as adopted by the studentbody and faculty. They also select students elegible for these awards and plans the banquet to distribute the awards. Campus Parking makes recommendations on long term planning for parking and traffic. They also administer policies for parking and traffic and operate a court of appeals for traffic violations. The Commencement .Committee plans and executes bac-calureate, and commencement exercises for the college. They also organize the president's reception and make physical arrangements for graduation services. Convocation Series The Fine Arts Series selects Convocation speakers, the lecture and artists series. They also approve arrangements for Utah Symphony and Ballet West. The Safety Committee identifies safety hazards that may exist within buildings on campus. They also prepare procedures to cope with any campus disturbance, and coordinate an educational program. Standards, acts as a court to provide an administrative hearing for students accused of violating rules and regulations. According to Read Hellewell, "Committeees such as Convocations are especially important because they decide all the convocations for the year. Another important committee includes the catalog committee, which puts together the new catalog and standards." Admissions and Standards The Faculty Committees include Admissions and Standards, 'which has two students serving on it; Academic Council has four student members serving; Curriculum has two students serving General Education has two students serving and student affairs with three students serving on it. The Academic Appeals Board has two students from each school serving on them. Other committees include the Foods Committee and the Campus bookstore, they both have students serving with staff members.The Activities Board is also looking for students to serve as members and chairman. These committees include: Films, Music and Talent, Arts and Crafts, Exhibits, Publicity Dance, Lectures, Union Station, Hospitality, Special Events, Dor ms and Games and Recreation. Applications are now open for Supreme Court justices. There are four justices and a chief justice on the court. These committee appointments are open to all students of Weber State College. Aspirants needed for jobs offered Applications are now open for Signpost Business Manager, A com Editor and Business Manager for next year. These applications should be picked up from Mary Jelinek, in the student government center. Applications are open to all students of Weber State College and the final decision will be made by the Media Board after all applications are considered. ' x x- C l i I Aj " -.:r-. , -JZ - u"'m!. , ...j I -i J L.... , - - WEBER STATE COLLEGE began its recognition of Chicano Emphasis Week yesterday with Manuel Fernandez lecturing to students in the Union Building Theatre, (photo by Fred Barta) Banquet features 'Brass' in concert After a five year retirement, Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass are on a cross country tour, which includes a performance at the Weber State College Awards and Honors banquet on May 22. The group sold over 45 million albums before Alpert quit performing. He then produced records for A and M records of which he is half owner. Alpert said that he quit playing because "my playing and the music stopped meaning anything. For months at a time I would just look at my horn, hardly able to even play." However, he continued saying that, "it was never my intention to stop making music forever music means to much for that to happen."Their performance at WSC will include many old hits, plus material from their new album, You Smile The Song Begins. According to Alpert, the group is better musically, than it was before. He also said that he has tried the new group out in Texas, with "overwhelming success." The new brass consists of Alpert on trumpet, Vince Charles, who plays Latin percussion, Julius Wechter, (formerly of the Baja Marimba Band) on marimba; and John Pisano, on guitar. Dave Frish-berg plays keyboard. Alpert's fiancee has joined the group as the lead singer. She was formerly with "Brazil 66." The new group is described as being "jazzier" than before, by Alpert's promoter. Tickets for their performance are now on sale at the Union Building main desk and at B & B Clothiers for $4.50, $5 and $5.50. r Weather ! I Forecast j Outlook for Northern f Utah - Si Utah - Sunnv and warm I today, turning cooler with a chance of showers by Friday. Temperatures will be from 75 to 85 today lowering to the upper 60's by Friday.
|Title||Signpost (Weber, Utah), 1974-05-07, Vol. 33, No. 51|
|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.|