|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|
October 8, 1982 Forum Page 2 letteRstothe editoR week have been the Homecoming activities this on the part of grand beginning of a renewed spirit both students and alumni. A great deal of time and effort went into the of these events, but the planning and organization work was done by just a handful of willing volunteers. As usual, many people are willing to participate Yet in the fun, but unwilling to help with the work. there have been complaints in the past that there are not enough activities. ASWC stands for Associated Students of Westminster College. This means all students. The people who always do the work need help; they cannot con tinue to do everything by themselves. Please take the time to offer your talents andor your energy. The rewards will make it worthwhile. homeSpecial thanks go to Leigh Ann Chapman, alumni director, coming chairman, and Maggie Aloia, for their hard work in organizing many of the events. A more complete list of involved people will be published in next weeks issue, but thank you to all Ellipsis Editor Responds would like to take this opportunity to respond to Randy Browns letter of the 17 th of September. In his reporting endeavors, Mr. Brown failed to discuss the Ellipsis budget with anyone (Mike Black, Trudy Rocha, Kelly Morrison, or myself) who could have provided him with the correct figures for the total cost of the 1981-198- 2 Ellipsis. Mr. Brown reported us have to spent $2,500 on a literary journal consisting of 12 poems and one short, short one-aplay. The fact is that we spent under $1,130, which included all printing costs and stipends. Originally, the budget was set at $2,800 for a much larger issue. However, due to an error on the part of ASWC 1980-198we were told we had only $1,400 to work with, on the condition that the Ellipsis would be a limited edition. Rather than criticizing incorrect figures, I believe that Mr. Brown should have checked his facts and in turn should have given us credit for keeping the Ellipsis under an already low budget. I ct 1, EDITORS JSOTE: is legitimate. It I did some checking and this letter that anyone responding to this with regard for the feelings of the individual. is my sincere hope request U'ill do so Inmate Reaches Out hope you will take an interest in printing this in your newspaper or somehow find a way to bring it to the attention of others. I offer my sincere gratitude for your efforts. I am presently incarcerated in a penal institution and have very little outside communication. Although my confinement has limited me in many ways, it has also allowed me to grow and discover my potential. It has also allowed me to obtain a college education and inspired me to set meaningful goals for myself. 1 am still in need of friends, however, and would like to correspond with anyone who has an interest. I welcome all letters. NOTE: It is very important to include my serial number (133-058- ) and nine digit zip code with my address. Otherwise, letters will not reach me. I Thank you, Robert Cameron Editor Leslie Helm, Ellipsis who worked. 133-05- Fifty Seems Short P.O. 69 London, Ohio newly-arrive- Box 43140-006- 9 transfer student, I am confused by the length of class periods; where I come from, fifty minutes does not make an hour. I was informed that the scheduling was just altered this semester for economic reasons and also to accomodate a visiting group. is minutes not sufficient time for the extenFifty sive lectures and exams supposedly characteristic of smaller colleges. Conflicts in scheduling of classes in related departments have also been created, such as those classes in upper division math and computer As a 8 d off-camp- us science courses. know that Westminsters finances are far from stable. However, I think that the approach for generating income should be to present Westminster as a institution which graduates students who are qualified to compete in the real world. The g current class time reduction reflects a school which will accept any source of income, even at the expense of its students. If I wanted a fast, cheap education, I would be attending the University of I high-quali- ty penny-pinchin- Utah. would hope that students, faculty, and administhe new scheduling tration alike will I Westminster College- - system. Laura Bryant, 84 All Students Invited The Westminster College Forum is published and distributed weekly, except during test week, during the school year by the Associated Students of Westminster College, 1840 South 1300 East, Salt Lake i 2nd Annual Executive Lecture Series Fall Semester 1982 City, Utah 84105. Malouf Hall Room 201 Editorin Chicf Anne Sanders Managing Editor Leigh Ann Chapman Business Manager Ruth Coombs Copy Editing Layout Reporters Photographers Advisor .... . Kathleen Hammond, Betty Christensen Anne Sanders, Ann Leigh Chapman, Ruth Coombs Mike Black, McCall Cartensen, Jeff Chase, Betty Christensen, Ron Czajka, John Guthrie, Kathleen Hammond. Marie Hook, Denise Janke, Charles Johnson, Karen Mathot, Paulette Rodriguez, Sue Snow, Halisi Vinson Stephanie Stevens, Ron Czajka, Marianne Barber Dr. Gordon Cheesewright to Attend September 28 i October 5 ; October 12 October 19 October 26 I November 2 November 9 i November 16 ; i f November 23 ft i November 30 ; December? i F December 14 L December 15 ; ; 6 :00 to 7 :30 pan. Dr. Sterling M. McMurrin, Distinguished Professor of History and Philosophy, University of Utah. Classical and Philosophical Foundations of Our Contemporary Economy. j To be announced. James E. Petersen, President, Westminster College. The Challenge of Change. j Governor Scott M. Matheson, State of Utah. The Role of Government in a Changing Economy. Dr. Jeffrey R. Holland, President, Brigham Young University. The Role of Values in Management. Dr. David P. Gardner, President, University of Utah. Education and Society. ? Jack Galli van. Publisher, The Salt Lake Tribune. Tomorrows Newspaper. Mrs. Moya Olsen Lear, Chairman of the Board, Lear Aviation Corporation. An Exciting Venture in v Technology. Spencer F. Eccles, Chairman of the Board and President, First Security Corporation. What is Busi- ; ness Doing Now and in the Future to Further the Goals of a Free Society? Maestro Maurice Abravanel, Emeritus Conductor of the Utah Symphony. Management in the Arts. Professor Irving Bluestone, Former Vice President of the United Auto Workers and Professor of Labor Studies, Wayne State University. The Future of Adversary Relations Between Capital and Labor. William L. Gore, Chairman of the Board, W. L. Gore and Associates. Lattice Management: A Con- - ; cept Working in Todays Economy. . . , EXECUTIVE LECTURE SERIES SYMPOSIUMPANEL DISCUSSION. - . . ... ....