|Paper||Utah State University Eastern Student Newspapers|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Utah State University Eastern Student Newspapers|
Thursday October 18 1990 The Eagle - Page 12 their toes with plenty of students on views of members of the freshman entire student ASCEU keeps Frazier by Ryan staff writer Activities for the Associated Students of the College of Eastern Utah are developed and organized by the campus student govern- mcnl through planning and dcvcl- opment of recreational and service functions increasing participation in ac- tivitics improving academic programs elevating school spirit and organizing a close student government are the goals of the 1990 officers They plan to achieve these objectives by dcvcl- oping activities such as dances plays seminars forums and ath- Ictic games for the bonding and enjoyment of the ASCEU accord- ing to Bryce Rowley president of the Executive Council Included in the ASCEU student government council is the Executive Council Advisory Council and the committees of the Advisory Council Officers of the Executive Council are elected They include Bryce Rowley ASCEU president Shelly Hughes vice president of academics and Pam Dupin vice president of activities Responsi- bilitics of the Executive Council include the creation and implcmcn- lation of a student constitution - - Hang up on long distance cost “We want to heat the voice of year into one tape that can memorastudents as be viewed by the students to pass bills for better formulation of the government and supervision of student elections and student bilia laws on useful academic is activities the not Planning changes" the president publications the that student area Some of the academic pro- governonly Allocation and administration Acawith is concerned ment grams currently being considered the student activity fees planning the is Council concern demies also committees a Advisory major by the government arc tutors proand coordination of student activiactiviinclude the “Red as the of motto Just positions vided for out of school funds to open Apple" tics and academics approval of the ties student committee and the proclaims government publicity supply assistance to group-stud- y student forum speakers and pubhere "We the are to committee for these governsessions and to base a monthly ac- stop Applications licity related to activities are also from bite ment out of taking a positions are also due in the stutivity on the arts within their jurisdiction education" OcL dent 25 room your by government Summarizing the goals of Oruhe Advisory Council sit wish academic to the student government Rowley improve They “Already this year CEU has Rachael Chadwick and Julie Bar- seen a to coordina-ASCEfelt that they wished to help the including transferring programs very positive response relations low credits and thus the activities offered far In grading scholarships student government grow together tors Shane Pinneo ombudsman said are "We here said “we estimation" Shelly Hughes to help lead all students to a better my Rowley (chief parlimcntarian) Lisa serve the to students" have some the funnest and of most Flitton sophomore college experience intellectual individuals that I've representative Crystal Fivas potential for historian Brad Gwythcr activities school spirit than ever before" chairman Christina Verdi Activities coming up that arc secretary and a freshman provided by the student governrepresentative who has not yet WORLD SERIES SCHEDULE WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL ment include The Price Is Right selected been 0 Ricks Drac Dinners and Horror Night on The duties of the Advisory Tuesday Oct 16 4-- 1 Snow Halloween More details about Council are to keep records repreOakland at Cincinnati 1 UVCC needs these events will be publicized in sent the students wants and Wednesday Oct 17 2-- 3 the upcoming weeks CEU conduct polls and to assist all Oakland at Cincinnati 4 other members whenever possible "If every student will make a Dixie Friday Oct 19 0-- 5 All freshmen interested in the resolution to get involved and parCNCC Cincinnati at Oakland position of freshman ticipate in every activity offered WACfOOTBALL Saturday Oct 20 0 we will have the most memorable representative must submit their Wyoming Cincinnati at Oakland 0 BYU applications to the student year yet at CEU" Rowley added Sunday Oct 21 Four hundred dollars has government room located in the Colorado Sl 1 Cincinnati at Oakland if necessary been allotted to purchase a new student center by Thursday OcL New Mexico 25 The appointed person will be stereo system to be used at dances Tuesday Oct 23 Hawaii Oakland at Cincinnati if necessary It will include a compact disc required to be an assistant to the SnDgSL ombudsmans in student polls player In addition a Wednesday Oct 24 Air Force scrview is student video and under consideration out Oakland at Cincinnati if necessary carry provide 0-- 3 Utah and that if initiated will compile the vices present the concerns U co-publ- ic 4-- 3-- 1-- 4-- 3-- 3-- 1- il -1 1- -2 1- -2 1- -3 IRSDAY WEDNE8 1ESDAY MONDAY Do you dread making longdistance telephone calls because of E the cost involved? COMMUNICATIONS an innovator in long distance communications is now introducing the "Call Home '800 Service" to accommodate students like you "Students can now call home on e their parents' own personal number” Thomas Walker Salt lake City representative of E said "And they can talk much longer for the same amount of money as they could when calling collccL There's never been any service quite like this” Not only is this a quick and easy way to to call but users can save considerable amounts of money Customers don't pay hook up charges or monthly line fees The user only pays $5 a month as a usage fee Also they arc charged a rate for low discount each 800 call The 800 number service is the same one businesses use but because the calls will be made and received within the state the cost is substantially less Anyone who owns a telephone is eligible for this service and it doesn't interfere with the telephone system they now use A call can now cost you a quarter instead of a few dollars For more information contact Thomas or 363-50Walker at exL 433 in SLC activities fun-fill- ed 17 STi VB: CEU at Snow Forenalca at Santa Roaa Calll Ballet Fund Ralaer MONDAY WEDNESDk THURSDAY TUESDAY Forenalca at Lewis 00 te one-minu- te 74 I Community Awaronoas Wook MONDAY Wobor Slate BB Cllnlo "Scaventeer Hunt:" "Taste Price" Dmt Hunt Honda No School" 23-2- 6-- 7 WEDNESDAY THURSDAY £ 3 APtfCE To pjn Porformancoa: 7:30 BR Phone-A-Tho- Mi 0IiER ‘ibuR (b VoU W£ NEEPi VIWT Vo tal trmsn ok Ham': WELL A I VvHf(T Lot AfJP CollCCt: ToPRfMK ftflV Line foil! 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