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Impact Week [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

Impact Week By Paula Dillon The Harrisburg Area Community College Cultural Committee recently presented a successful series of controversial lectures to the area. Titled "Impact Week", the series began October 12 and ended Monday, October 20. The lectures were arranged and co-ordinated largely through the efforts of Corwin Hale, assistant Professor of Social Science at the community college. The expense and difficulty of securing such sought-after speakers and prominent public figures as Dick Gregory, Strom Thurmond, and Benjamin Spock seemed well appreciated in the culturally overlooked Harrisburg area. Capacity crowds jammed the Forum to hear Dick Gregory and Senator Thurmond, while Doctor Spock spoke to a sell-out audience in HACC's less spacious Student Center function room. A dynamic speaker and a largely sympathetic audience got "Impact Week" off to a running start on Monday, October 12. Dick Gregory, a man who well knows both the comedy and tragedy of America, began his...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Campus Participates in Moratorium [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

Campus Participates in Moratorium Moratorium opens at Capitol with tree planting ceremony. The nationwide Moratorium on October 15 th was the idea of a few student activists who sent out letters to eighteen colleges across the country, urging them to participate in a peaceful demonstration against the war in Vietnam. The idea caught on, and soon students, educators, business man, and professional people throughout the United States abandonned their schools and offices to join in. Armed with black bands, buttons, and literature, these people spent the day working for the cause of peace. On October 15th, the flag flew at half mast over the Capitol Campus. At 10:00 a.m., a crowd of an estimated ninety students gathered in front of the Administration Building for a tree planting ceremony in honor of the War Dead. Later in the afternoon, students canvassed Olmsted plaza and Middletown, "pushing this button for peace." In spite of some frustrating moments, ("How do you tell a pa...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Do You Want to Vote? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

Do You Want to Vote? Eighteen-year-olds will apparently have to wait another year before they find out how soon. . . if ever . .. they will be allowed to vote in this state. Pennsylvania's General Assembly has performed the somewhat difficult task of retaining the 21-year-old vote requirement and at least temporarily disarming the opposition forces. Last spring two different reform measures were introduced in Harrisburg; one passed the Senate, lowering the age to 18, and another passed the House of Representatives, lowering it to 19. There appeared to be some partisan politics at work, as the Senate is Republican controlled and the house is Democratic. The problem now rests in a "conference committee" comprised of members of both houses. But legislative leaders claim that fiscal problems are too pressing now for any other matters to be considered; so the voting age reform seems dead for the rest of this year, while vast majorities in the legislature supported a change. The sta...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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XGI's In Action [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

XGI's In Action The XGI Fraternity at Capitol has been developing a blood hank with the Highspire Jaycees. On October 20, the bloodmobile was on campus. All day students and faculty members participated in the activity. The blood bank will provide a supply of blood to the college and the residents of Highspire. The day was successful as it has been in the past. The campus would like to extend our thanks to the XGI's. We hope the good work will be continued in the future.

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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The End of the Beginning [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

The End of the Beginning For three years Capitol Campus has operated without a permanent newspaper. We have limped along on a series of transitory efforts; Angst, Vox, The Capitol Cap, etc., which have reflected the tentative period of gestation of this campus. Last June, Capitol had its first regular graduating class, marking a change in stature of the campus with which this school found its individual meaning, its soul, and became an entity unto itself. No longer were we a poor relationship of main campus, for we had won the right to award the Bachelor's degree. It was the first such Penn State degree not awarded at University Park. Granted that we had attained this new status, there was a void in the new being known as the Capitol Campus. It is this void which The Capitolist is designed to fill. We intend to represent the independent Capitol Campus as an independent news organ, promoting communications among students, faculty, and administration. As a free-standing newspa...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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War is Outmoded... [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

War is Outmoded... by Gerald Brennan Both economically and politically. Certainly war once had its place. But that was a long time ago. A very long time ago. It does nothing now. Except anger. And kill. And brutalize. Forget about morality? Although one must admit hate and violence do tend to be moral issues. But forget about morality? Intelligence says it's useless. Or at least the emotions should say it's unnatural. You know it's really very funny. I mean if people believe that human life is so valuable, and that just one person is worth more than all the objects and all the land in the world. . .well, it's just really very funny. That's all. There is something else that should be said about war. It's wrong. That's where the morality comes in. I was always taught that wrong should be avoided. Granted, that's not quite so easy. But who ever said it was? Who ever said it was? You call the argument emotional. Satiric cartoons and an admittedly melodramatic picture of a girl wit...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Personal and Confidental [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

Personal and Confidental Dear R.H.H. Plans are being formulated for the second fertility day. The committee

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

Student Government Any student with a suggestion about Student Government is urged to contact: Barry Kimmel Humanities Senator 849A Kirtland Ave. 944-7997 ^^" STAFF OF THE CAPITOLIST Kj Editor MARK GERHART Business Manager COLLEEN BRETT Associate Editors RO SCANLON CHERYL JOHNSONBAUGH PETER KANE Contributors ANITA HEMPHILL BARBARA MATECKI ANN NEFF RICHARD DONAHOE PAULA DILLON GERALD BRENNAN LINDA DeCAROLIS WILLIAM HEBDEN I Photographer I RICHARD MARX f ^^1 I L^

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"Capitol" Radio [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

"Capitol" Radio Have you heard the voice of Capitol Campus? What voice? The most entertaining voice certainly. It's Radio Station WZAP, 640 on the AM radio dial. "ZAP" serves Capitol Campus fourteen hours a day beginning with the Linda Clark show at 11 a.m. and signing off with "The Night Talk Show," featuring Pete Uhnidt from 12 midnight to 1 a.m. ZAP features music, news, and community information. The programming itself is designed in a manner which allows each disc jockey to run his show as he wishes. The station is currently undergoing extensive changes in equipment to improve signal strength in Wrisberg Hall and the Meade Heights area. If the signal is weak in your area, it should increase within the next few weeks. The station's manager is Jim Fogarty, Program Director and Business Manager is Joe Glica, News Director Don Hossler. The lines of WZAP are always open to students and faculty alike. Anyone wishing to voice opinions or requests are urged to make them known by ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

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Junior Elections Held [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

Junior Elections Held . . .Linda DeCarolis It was election time once agajn at Capitol Campus. The "hidden persuaders" were plastered on every wall and door in the administration building. The campaigning was quiet but very effective. Fifteen candidates were in the running, but only eight could win. Three "at-large" and one from each curriculum. Speeches were given the night before the election. Each candidate was introduced and voiced his views on the job of a senator. Then all went back to the dorms anticipating the results which wouldn't be announced until the victory dance that night. The dance was crowded s . rnce students were there waiting thirstily for the announcement of the winner of the cheerleader's raffle. Others were standing nervously to see if their candidate had won the election. Others were just there to enjoy the band. Diane Walton and Dave Carey, who were in charge of elections, did a fine job. The winners are: Rosemary " Bennett-Social Science Senator. She ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Added Credit Info [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

Added Credit Info . . .Richard Donahoe In the interes ot a better informed student body, The Capitolist is publishing information concerning the transfer of credits in addition to those that were accepted by Capitol Campus when you entered as a seventh term Junior. It is, possible to have this school accept additional credits that could be applied to an earlier graduation date or provide a lighter schedule through your terms at Capitol Campus. To accomplish additional credit transfer, the procedure is as follows : 1. See your adviser to obtain the necessary form. 2. Obtain transcripts from pre vious institution. 3. Carefully study the Capitol Campus catalog to find courses that are equivalent or roughly equivalent to those you have taken and .wish to have transferred in. 4. See your adviser for help on the best selections. You will need his approval and the approval of the department head before the petition can be brought to Dr. Eisenstein for final approval. The courses ar...

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Dogs [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

Dogs Do we rattle in a vasf <:an creating howels on noise but never a wimper of wisdom .... I hope but I dought .... you come to see that there are no highbreds in the human race. Only alf-harted lost mongrels but I am optomistic about the whole thing? I will read more and the rationalization will help protect me and give me the allusion of contentment. For a time the distraction is valuable I know The introspection arrises out. of a selfish lonelyness I know But they are so stupid, can there be hope as they guide with there inches of insight. I have great potenchal to be a drunk. Richie

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Social Calendar [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

Social Calendar October 31 Dance — Group "Truth Justice and The American Way" November 1 All U-Day — University Park November 15 Film "Wait Until Dark" November 22 Las Vegas Night November 25 Thanksgiving Dinner at the Moose

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

Wisdom of Spiro Agnew

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

SMART CAPITOL CAMPUS STYLES START AT THE DAVID MARTIN STORES FASHIONS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN Open Thursday and Friday Evenings Middletown Elizabethtown

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

WELCOME CAPITOL CAMPUS STUDENTS OLMSTED PLAZA Women's Men's Mod Shoes Dress Boots Jodpher Boots Loafers Dress Shoes George Boots ($6.99-up) ($9.99-up) Handbags ($2.99) Nylons (3/$1.00) CANCELLATION SHOES 10% DISCOUNT On first pair of shoes or boots purchased on or before November 5, 1969, with this advertisement. GRAND OPENING !

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 31 October 1969

(continued from page 1) sipp.l $16,000 a month not to plant crops, while that same state allots $8.00 a month to feed a starving child. Gregory warned all who perpetuate the sick system that a new breed of black man and a new breed of student are emerging. The panty-raid mentality is passed and the day is approaching when a "Brooks Brothers suit and a haircut" will no longer be substitutes for human compassion. He urged students not to make the mistake of using college as a means to make a living. Instead, he told his listeners to learn to live. "Don't try to be somebody, hell, you were born somebody!" proclaimed Gregory. He also told his predominately youthful audience not to look for their image as it is mirrored in the "white cracker, right-wing, establishment newspapers." "Every Establishment newspaper jn America is too immoral and degenerate to discuss what you are all about." On gun legislation, Gregory pointed out the insanity of needing a prescription to buy medicine, but ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Pre-Election Activities On Campus [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970

Pre-Election Activities On Campus Students at Capitol Campus received a letter from Campus Director Coleman Herpel and Student Government President Lee Levan during the summer. It concerned students working for political candidates in November. The following is the text of the statement: For the Fall Term 1970, upon recommendation of the Student Government Association and with the concurrence of the Faculty Council the following procedures will be in effect to assist students in adding active participation in pre-election political activity to their regular academic program activity. The specific recommendations of the Student Government Association are that each student will have three choices for action during the twoweek period beginning on Wednesday, October 21, and ending on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3: 1. He may attend regular classes. 2. He may notify his instructor that he will make up the work of the two weeks during which he does not attend classes. (See item...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Fall Term Begins Today! 550 New Juniors Enroll [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970

Fall Term Begins Today! 550 New Juniors Enroll A Smiling SOA greets new students: Chandler Wolf, Vice President, Sue Ferrence, Secretary, L<ee Iievan, President, and Liken) Cross, Treasurer. Capitol Campus begins i{ts Fall term today with 630 returning students and 550 new juniors arriving from all parts of Pennsylvania and surrounding states. Miss Mary Gundel of the Admissions Office estimates 1180 undergraduates will register. This is an increase of 50 students over last year's enrollment. Housing on campus will be provided for 732, or 61% of the students. Meade Heights is reported full, as is Church Hall. Men will be living in the first floor of Wrisberg, also. You may wonder where the new juniors attended college before Capitol. The breakdown is as follows: 56% community colleges, including 28% from HAAC alone, 26% commonwealth campuses, 8% Penna. junior colleges, 6% four year colleges, 4% out-of-state. Men total 396 in the Junior Population. And, as usual, ther...

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