|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
Out of nowhere, cans o! shaving cream, eggs, and even a hose omlinwJ from juge 3 fcfc PROFESSOR COMBINES TEACHING AND (yes, with the water on) appeared. Within a short period of time, most looked as if they had gotten a little bit of one thing or another. When the eggs were gone, the hose cut, and the cans of shaving cream emptied, most began to head towards their rooms. Back at the Zoo, revenge was mentioned, however, nothing has come of it . . . VET. The long campus tour ended when the destination was reached (Carlson Hall). Once inside, the ladies were instructed to remove their blindfolds and begin second pajama fashion show This time for the gentlemen. Now everyone was in for a big The neighbors did surprise. think something, for they had sent to us two of our friendly neighborhood policemen. After a MOTHERHOOD r somebody gave a brief explana-tiothe officers went on their mother, professor and now When of the Year. asked how she felt about winning she replied, I was totally shocked. Mahmoudi is very interested in her students and when she realized that some of her students would be winning awards at the awards banquet, she felt it her duty to go. However, she was totally unaware that she, too, would be receiving an award. "Professor A huge bouquet holding one dozen roses and one dozen carnations arrived at Hogle Hall. The way. Now, for the fun part! No card was short and sweet. sooner had the policemen pulled away from Carlson Hall, when someone suggested calisthenics. So everyone emptied out of the lounge and onto the lawn. What could possible happen during calisthenics? SURPRISE!!!!! !! ! thahks FOR being SUCH GOOD SPORTS' Carlson Hall. Denise Janke RADIO STATION KSWC? A radio station at Westminster? Not quite yet! Larry Goldsmith, executive Director of Development at Westminster, has indicated that the school is considering the establishment of campus radio broadcasting. Goldsmith has had encouragement in obtaining the necessary equipment to initiate the program. At this time, however, nothing definite can be announced. Chuck Johnson, who has been of denamed student'in-charg- e velopment had this to say: An radio facility could ARE YOU provide invaluable first-han- d experience to students looking toward careers in the field of broadcasting and could also perform a service to the community. But before our On the Air sign lights up, Johnson said, I expect a tangle of red tape from the Federal Communications Commission to have to be pro- If you are feeling disoriented, you might find it valuable to spend some time in the Shaw Center. Posters line the walls with details on student activities to come. Westminster College is now being attended by over 300 new students per registration statistics provided to Craig Green, Dean of Admissions, as of September 4th. Only about one-thiof these students attended Orientation Activities between August 30th and September 2nd. The Officers of the Associated Students of Westminster College may frequently be found in their offices to the right of the South Entrance to the Shaw Center. Mike Black, President of ASWC, wants to get away from what he described as a prior separation between student governrd ment and the student body. Black says he doesnt want a tight-kn- it club or a clique of officers. He wants students to feel like they can approach their officers with problems and ideas. it and comeducational, munity oriented, it would fall under less stringent licensing regulations. We wont give up until all options have been non-prof- thoroughly explored. Charles Johnson ity of an appropriate frequency, location of transmitter and studio and the procurement of other necessary equipment. There is, however, a brighter side, he continued. Because vice-preside- LOST? the proposed station would be cessed. We will encounter problems of power output, availabil- Current officers include Black, president; Julie Bell, Trudy Rocha, treasurer; and Howard Carter, secretary. Black was swamped with classnt; activiroom and ties when interviewed the first week of school. In order to meet his commitments, he was having to close his offices to work privately at times. He indicated his plan to post regular office hours on a bulletin board outside of the extra-curricul- ar ASWC offices as soon as possible. When the ASWC offices are closed, the Student Services offices directly across the hall from ASWC will be open. Debbie Jenkins, the Dean of Students, was out of the office the first full week of classes, but Black says shes more than eager to help with student questions. Jennie Wyckoff, Administra- tive Assistant to Jenkins, was quite congenial. Wyckoff explained that the Student Affairs Newsletter, a copy of which you will find at the Registrars window in Bamberger Hall, wasnt mailed to students this fall, as is the usual distribution method. The NovemberDecem-be- r issue will be mailed around November 1st. i Each year during student body elections all the seniors get together, nominate and elect Professor of the Year. This years victor was Dr. Hoda Mahmoudi Friday, September 3rd, 2:30 p.m. n, se September 17, 1982 Forum Page 4 Mahmoudi, originally from Persia, came to America in 1959 with her father, while she was still a very young girl. Both she and her father had very high hopes of success. Mahmoudi, now married, went on to graduate from the University of Utah, along with her husband. She majored in sociology and her husband in clinical psychology. She and her husband had trouble finding the right jobs in the same state, but fortunately they found just what they were looking for right here in Salt Lake City. Mahmoudi checked out many other colleges, but found that what Westminster had to offer was most inviting. She has been here for the past four years. Four months ago, Mahmoudi and her husband were blessed with a baby boy. When asked how she managed to juggle teaching and motherhood, her reply was, It isnt the amount of time spent, but rather the quality of the time spent with my son. In the summer, she went on to say, most of her time was spent with her baby. While he was napping, she was preparing her lectures for her night class. Now, she continued, she has managed to have all her classes and appointments in the morning and early afternoon, so that the baby is only at the sitters five to six hours a day. Through her busy schedule and devotion to her family, Mahmoudi has succeeded to be the of a published research paper. The data was collected from her doctoral thesis. The paper compared the bureaucracy and orginizational structure in the United States to a country in the Middle East Iran. Her coauthor was a professor at her university. With all sincerity, we salute Mrs. Hoda Mahmoudi for her successes and wish her luck in future endeavors. co-auth- or Halisi Vinson dont have a Student Handbook, get one in the Student Services Office. This newsIf you paper will be published weekly and distributed through a stand in the Shaw Center, in the Library and at the Registrars Window in Bamberger Hall. Descriptions, dates, times, places and all the details on coming student events can be found in several places. The Student Affairs Newsletter will describe planned events every other month; the FORUM will include a weekly list, and the Shaw Center displays a master calendar on the wall west of ASWC offices. If you havent been provided with details for the Fall All Class party on Saturday, September 1 8th thats tomorrow. Its being held in Magna Park from 12 noon until late at the night. Check on the fee activities planned are elaborate, including live music and a barbecue. Children are welcome. Kathleen HammonJ PETITIONS NOW DUE for Legislative Assembly elections, representatives for Nursing and representatives for the Freshman Class. Elections will be held on September 23rd and 24th.