|Paper||Utah State University Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Utah State University Student Newspapers|
April Page 1 6 Recycl ng to diet director to be honored came from his uncle and he later William F Christensen artistic director of Ballet West will be awarded an honorary doctor of fine arts degree by Utah State 19 studied with some of he great teachers of this era including Mascagno Fokine Mendes and Novakoff During the early 1930’s he toured widely as a performer Christensen organized his first ballet company in Portland Oregon in 1934 and went from there to San Francisco where he became Ballet Master and first dancer for the San Francisco Opera Ballet In the early 1940’s he founded the San Francisco Ballet and continued to serve as performer USU University April President Glen L Taggart an- nounced The honor will be conferred at the USU Fine Arts Center Concert Hall prior to Ballet West’s ' performance of “Giselle” at 8 pm In addition to those honorary degrees at conferred mencement USU com- - occasionally awards the honor on other special and appropriate occasions President Taggart explained choreographer director of that company for some time In 1951 Mr Christensen left the San Francisco Ballet and established at the University of Utah the first school of ballet at an American university setting a pattern that has since been copied throughout the world Mr Christensen is noted for his ability as a outstanding Mr Christensen has been in the ballet world 50 years and has been noted as the native-bor- n American in Ballet a both as choreographer and pre-emine- and artistic nt teacher He was born in Brigham City in and he received early training in music from his father who was a violinist and conductor His first training in ballet 1902 of choreographer ? classical For mmm i be available on April 16 works He was the first American choreographer to stage the complete “Coppelia” complete four act “Swan Lakfe” and full-leng- th recycling center will open on campus on April 16 according to Roland Roberts service shair-ma- n of Sigma Gamma Chi “We’ve been working on this for quite a while” he said “We wanted to start a permanent recycling center so the people on campus and in the qity have a A “Cinderella” In 1944 he presented the first complete “Nutcracker” in the United States starting a tradition that is now universal at Christmastime 1963 a Ford Foundation to establish the Utah helped grant In 1968 the Civic Ballet Federation of Rocky Mountain States declared this group the official ballet company for this In region place to get rid of their tin cans and newspapers aluminum beverage cans” The center will be open form 6 pm the week of April 1 in conjunction with Conservation Week and on Saturday April 22 to help with Project Logan The hours for that day have not yet been determined After Conservation Week the center will probably be open twice a week Tuesday r and Thursday from 6 pm According to Roberts' cans should be washed preferably crushed and separated so the tin and aluminum cans are not mixed up Newspapers should be tied with string or twine so they can be transported easily without blowing away “We should get some money' from the project” said Roberts “but since it’s a service project we don’t plan on keeping it We’ll donate it to some charitable organization”The center designed jointly by Sigma Gamma Chi and VOICE is located in the old Institute annex “We’ll try to have a sign up identifying it” said Boberts 4-- and the name was changed to Ballet West 16-2- Today Ballet West is the major professional ballet company between the east and west coasts Mr Christensen’s philosophy of the dance can be summarized in his own words “Good dance should show the nobility of man Nothing is more beautiful than the human body and in a ballet it tells a story with line and form A William F Ghd staasecuart-isti- c ballet should contain all the director of Ballet West elements of good theatre will be awarded an honorary spectacle drama virtuosity and innovation’ degree by USU nr 4-- miuiiiii m ROBERT OTT AS iroughouf The West Engineering Senator He will work For i ion ion price 909 S flain Art florin: A 1 — innntemamimaiiy Logan Utah QUALIFIED AND DEDICATED STUDENT Implimented and directed the successful 2 Close X shuttle-bu- s Bahman Fakhraie for system 3 Volunteer on ' QUALIFICATIONS long-tim- e 2 3 VOICE experience as a student at I USU Improvement and enlargement of 5 shuttle-bu- s system and parking solution breeder representation of the diverse student interests on President’s Cabinet a women represextstbn b mlxerity representation v A 3 Increcsed use of student organization in influencing CSU’spelkbs ' Asd mxsy eftsvs! G1GC7 ANT OKIC 4 6 Platform: 2 - cooperation with Executive Council working for student needs as a member 1 1 V- Executive Vice President of the Presidents cabinet 4 111 973 ASUSU STUDENTDODY PRESIDENT Intercollegiate of Knights - Vice President Stab Foreign Cultural - Chairman Help Line Member Voice - Member International Coordination Council Member 0: Iranian Student Association Member PLATFORM 1 Campus Child Care Center 2 Establishment of a university center and dormitory reserve fund com mittee with input of students 3 Permanent shuttle bus without raising the price of student parking per mits 4 University senate with equal voting members of students staff faculty 5 and administration ' Continental improvement of student representation on faculty and uni versity Administrative Committee 6 Representation of students on ASUSU Senate No matter where the stu dents are from— what color they are— or WHO they are! BAHMAN FAKHRAIE — EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT (a gentleman doesn't forget his issues) !