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Still Hiring Despite Downturn [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Still Hiring Despite Downturn by Donna Kirker Being handed a college diploma doesn't guarantee being handed a job. For that reason, Penn State Capitol Campus held Career Fair this week. Over 30 national and local businesses had representatives available to answer student questions and provide information about their organizations. Among those companies was Hershey Chocolate Company, represented by Cathy Laverty, Associate Employee Representative and a Capitol Campus graduate. Having participated in past career programs, Laverty believes they are beneficial because they increase student awareness about area businesses. More importantly, she said, they provide "needed initial contacts" in many different fields of interest. Answering that all-important question - What do employers look for in an applicant? - Laverty said her company is looking for a "good combination of education and experience." However, she said, "An internship or previous work experience may give one a compe...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Terms Or Turmoil [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Terms Or Turmoil Continued from Page 1 Many four-credit courses will be changed to three credits, except for many of the engineering courses. Degree requirements will also change for some majors such as business. Dr. Smith explained that a business student will need to take 60 instead of the current 72 credits to graduate. But that doesn't mean a reduction in the number of courses. Whereas the business major now takes 18 four-credit courses, he will take 20 threecredit courses. A full-time Capitol student now carries between eight and 12 credits, which is two to three courses. The Semester Transition Handbook explains that full-time students will take at least 12 credits, or four or five courses. How will the change affect tuition? Dr. Smith said that barring any increases, the two semesters shouldn't be more expensive than three terms. Students will be billed from University Park instead of Capitol's Finance Office. Asked if on-campus parking fees will increase in the 1983-...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Officers and Senators Elected [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Officers and Senators Elected byDarleneE.Lahr During the spring 1982 term, elections were held for the officers and seniors senators of the Student Government Association (SGA). Elected president was Thomas F. Halley, a math science major who served as senator in his junior year. Glen A. Ziegler, a business student, was elected vice-president. Christine M. A versa and Kimberly M. Guzzi were elected secretaries. Aversa and Guzzi are majoring in business. Diane Buhay, another business major, was elected treasurer. The senior senators elected were Michael C. Lencsak (representing Behavioral Science and Education). Corinne P. Blouin (representing Business Administration). Mark R. Flannery J! * IM £ >. s I (representing Humanities), and Karla D. Kase (representing Public Affairs Division students). Three senators at large were elected. They are James N. Cole, Richard C. Graul and Sherry L. Reese. Jodi Ebaugh, senior senator at large and Maureen Aberne...

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' Lewis Retires ' [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

' Lewis Retires ' Dr. William F. Lewis, associate professor of social science and political science, has retired from his teaching position after fourteen years on the Capitol Campus faculty. Dr. Lewis taught courses in international politics, contemporary foreign policy and political theory. He was active in faculty organization and served as faculty chairman for two years.

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Maude's Advice [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Maude's Advice Dear Maude: Back at HACC, I walked to classes in different buildings through the fresh air, and there were hundreds of beautiful babes. Here at Capitol Campus, I have all my classes in one stuffy building, and there ain't nearly enough women. Look, I'm young and virile, and it's not getting me anywhere. Gimme some advice or something, huh? How old are you anyway? Name withheld by request Dear Stuffy and Virile: If you wanted fresh air and lots of girls, you should have enrolled in a women's forestry academy. It seems to me that your main problem lies in your lack of feminine companionship. Why not hang around the Fruehauf plant around midnight, as there are many female arc welders leaving work who would be glad to give you a break from your intellectual pursuits. Also, the Odd Fellows Home, just a short walk from campus, is rumored to have a women's wing. Finally, the Middletown River Rats Ladies Auxiliary meets bi-monthly at selected spots along the scenic Susq...

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Student Vote To Clean Up Language In Constitution [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Student Vote To Clean Up Language In Constitution By Donna Kirker The Capitol Campus Student Government Association (SGA) has some housecleaning to do, but they can't do it without student participation. On Oct. 9, students will not only be asked to elect their junior senators, but also vote on a cleaned-up version of the SGA Constitution. According to SGA President Tom Halley, the new constitution is almost exactly the same as the old, but with an updated format style. Halley explained the old constitution was "much more formal." He said the old was "written in the style of the U.S. Constitution," and that it was very "hard to go through and pick out the things they needed to know." The new constitution has "taken out some of the unnecessary jargon," Halley explained, and "it has been put into a step by step format making it easier to read with easier references." Another syntactical change would involve changing the "terms" in the constitution to match the new semester sch...

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Merger Means Better Social Plan [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Merger Means Better Social Plan by Pat Wenger Social activities won't be competing with one another this year thanks to a merger of two—often conflictingorganizations. Until this term, campus social events have been planned by two separate organizations. The Student Government Association (SGA) Social Committee has been organizing activities for aU campus involvement, while the Meade Heights Board of Governors (MHBOG) has sponsored social events only for campus residents. Because of the two separate planning groups, there has been a problem with conflicting dates. Frequently, both organizations sponsored activities for the same evening but at separate places on campus. This led to smaller groups attending each function, and sometimes there were insufficient participants at an event to make it seem worthwhile. That changed thanks to a proposal from Pat Murphey, Coordinator of the Residents' Living Program. Now there is one organization charged with planning these events, the ...

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Stamberg Urges: Sharing Experiences [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Stamberg Urges: Sharing Experiences * X $ >. ja 1! by Judith A. Faruquee "News never changes," a wise journalist once remarked, "it just happens to different people" repeated Susan Stamberg on Wednesday Sept. 30 to an enthusiastic audience of nearly 500 who attended the Capitol Campus Lecture Series. Guest lecturer, Susan Stamberg cohost of the National Public Radio Program "All Things Considered" warmed up her audience by her opening remarks, "Experience is never complete until me have shared it." As she related her climb up the ladder of success we discovered her directness and honesty. Admittedly she wants to put people at ease, she wants to help listeners retain that fragile touch of humanity. She recalled her early days as a professional communicator, "It is a wonderful field for a woman...it is so portable." She related how the microphone helped her overcome her shyness. She spoke of her own energy charged personality and how it helped spark up a less exuberan...

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Opportunity for Inequality? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Opportunity for Inequality? Women's Room Recently a member of our only women's organization on campus wrote to tell of the exciting developments for the minority of women on our campus this year. We applaud them. Yet, one such heroic effort is the preparation of Room 21 in the CRAGS building devoted to a women's lounge. The writer mentioned that women feel uncomfortable relaxing in the Gallery Lounge, and that women need a separate place to relax, have coffee or take a nap. Apparently our women's group felt they needed their own place away from men, yet they claim not to wish alienation from men. In fact, they covet male support for their endeavors. Why, then, the separate room? Who would use the women's room? You'll not find most women there. You'll find most women integrated on the campus, working and socializing with men in class and over coffee. Is sequestering the sisterhood the way to find equality in a two-gender society? The majority of our campus' students are men; ...

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Provost Sees Measured Growth [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

Provost Sees Measured Growth Welcome to the sixteenth academic year of Capitol Campus. As the campus continues to mature, it becomes an increasingly vital resource to south central Pennsylvania and to the Pennsylvania State University. This dual role—serving a specific area at the same time as being tied to the land grant university of the Commonwealth—gives Penn State Capitol Campus its special strength. The campus has all the advantages of a small college, with the resources of a great university. Academically, several efforts are underway. The Division of Business Administration continues the development of its programs to meet national accreditation; the multi-media option in the Humanities Division has been strengthened; and the Ph.D. in political science enters its second year of activity. In addition to improving the quality of our own programs, we are continuing to encourage the other academic colleges in the University to introduce their degree programs at Capitol C...

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jUttvufotU ScUtvi [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

jUttvufotU ScUtvi To the Editor: Two years ago the entertainment committee on this campus climbed into a local sewer and came up with deep Threat to entertain us. If the taste wasn't bad enough in selecting movies, they showed the film at the same time its star, Linda Lovelace, released a book that said her husband was a coward and a sadist. He beat and bullied her into a state close to slavery until she was released. A campus that has any pretensions of supporting women's rights is kidding itself if it thinks it can promote porn and human decency at the same time. Also, when deep Throat was released, a Middletown citizens group was trying » get Hustler and similar magazines off the shelves in the local 7-11 Store. Even when the larger context of the production was explained to the entertainment folks, and to Dr. South, the show went on, money was "raked" in and no crisis ensued. After two porn-free years, we now get Debbie Does Dallas. Of course, Debbie does Dallas on her k...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

^^Hf^^K^Lt^^^v ^flCy ^ . Volume 17 No. 1 October 8, cc reader M« Published by the students of The Capitol Campus of The Pennsylvania State University In Middletown, Pennsylvania. Phone 944-4970. Editor - Pat Wenger Photo Editor - Mark Clauser Advertising Manager - George Yanoshik Layout Editor - Jerry Trently Copy Editor - Mary Diehl Business Manager - Darlene E. Lahr Staff Members: Al Lee, Adviser Monica L. Auld Sheryl A. Machita Annette Bux-Cremo Thomas Matson Joseph B. Hart Michale J. Markle Philip M. Intrieri Barbara A. Myers Donna Kirker William B. Negley Ken Kramer Betsy J. Sheehan Marsha L. Larsen Don Strausburger The CC. Roadtr welcomes letters from readers. Letters Intended for publication should Indicate the writer's college affiliation, if any. All letters MUST be signed by the writer. Unsigned letters cannot be printed. However, a writer's name may be withheld upon request. Letters should be legible (preferably typewritten, double spaced) and any material that Is libel...

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News From The Muse [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

News From The Muse By Mary E. Diehl Lovers of poetry—readers, writers and listeners—will be glad to know that poets are alive, well and welcome on Capitol Campus. Dr. Theodora Graham of the Humanities Department is offering "a slow-paced and loving study" of modern poetry designed to help students learn to read and understand modern poets. Dr. Graham encourages original projects and presentations, so this course presents an opportunity for creative expression as well as the fun of learning more about poetry. Currently in the Gallery Lounge, local poet Jane Todd Cooper is displaying her poetry with the photography of Ellen Siddons. Ms. Cooper and Ms. Siddons have presented their work jointly at several Central Pennsylvania activities, blending an interesting and topical union of diverse art forms. Their poetry and photography will remain on exhibit in the Gallery Lounge until October 8. TARNHELM, the Capitol Campus Literary Magazine, reports that several submissions for the 198...

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student government association [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

student government association CONSTITUTION OF THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The Student Government Association Is established by the students of the Capitol Campus of the Pennsylvania State University to deal effectively with matters of student affairs, to enact and enforce the necessary proposals for the promotion and welfare of the students, and control and direct activities of student organizations In the best interests of the student body, according to this constitution, Its bylaws, and the Policies and Rules for Students. It shall consist of executive, legislative, and iudlclal branches. A faculty advisor shall assist the SGA in matters pertaining to activities between the Senate and the faculty and the Director of Student Affairs, or a representative, shall be the administrative advisor of the SGA. ARTICLE I EXECUTIVE Section l. Membership The executive branch of this government shall consist of the following officers: a president, a vice president, a treasurer, an...

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student government association [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

student government association i —^~™»™ ARTICLE VII REMOVAL FROM OFFICE Section 1. Impeachment a. The president, vice president, treasurer, and secretaries of the SGA shall be subject to Impeachment If, during the exercise of their office, they shall Infringe upon the constitution, the bylaws, or the Policies and Rules for Students. b. A petition for Impeachment may be Initiated by any member of the student body and. If supported by a simple majority of the total acting Senate, shall have the force of Indictment. In that case, the Senate presided over by the Chief Justice of the Student Court (Standards Board), shall try the Impeachment case. c. If the indictment is supported by two-thirds vote of the Senate, It shall become binding. No proxies will be allowed. d. Both the faculty advisor and Student Affairs advisor of the SGA shall be present at all Impeachment proceedings. Section 2. Dismissal a. Any member of the Senate who shall Incur two unexcused absences in any one acad...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1982

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