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College freshmen fear computers [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
College freshmen fear computers PITTSBURGH (CPS)-Most college freshmen are surprised, confused and frustrated during their first year of computer courses, according to a newlyreleased study. The computer anxiety afflicts incoming students in all majors, but may be particulary severe among liberal arts majors, observers add. Over 80 percent of all incoming freshmen are "surprised" by the subject matter covered in computer courses, the survey reveals. Moreover, one of every two freshmen are "confused" by computer coursework, while nearly 70 percent say the courses actually make them "frustrated" and "angry." "When freshmen go away to college they have a lot of new experiences. But the computer science courses turn out to be much different than any of the new students expected," says Lee Sproull, a researcher at Carnegie Mellon University who has surveyed CMU freshmen over the last three years to asses their attitudes toward computer courses there. Among other things, Sproull s...
Sunday closing halts research [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
Sunday closing halts research It's Sunday afternoon after the all-too-short Thanksgiving break and there are only two weeks left until all of those research projects are due. So, as a campus resident, why not come back early enough to do some last-minute research before writing those papers? After getting the already compiled notes together, it's time for the long journey to the library. However, when you get there, you are in for a big surprise. The library is closed! Yes, you're saying, but the library was open on Friday. That's right, the day that most campus residents were spending time hours away from Capitol Campus, they could have been working on their research papers. Instead, everyone who figured that the work in the library can be done on Sunday after returning was in for a big surprise. Upon further investigation of the situation, it was discovered that the computer center in the Olmsted Building was operating on its normal Sunday evening schedule. If a service that...
Nuclear debate deserves attention [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
Nuclear debate deserves attention Letters to the Editor: To the Editor: It was interesting to see the response of the SGA here on campus to HACC's recent decision to attempt a stockpiling of cyanide pills on campus. Certainly this had some shock value and is not a preventative response to nuclear war, but it does show some effort to rise above apathy. The student government here at Capitol, in their recent statement published in The Capitol Times, suggests that they might hold a forum on the issue of the nuclear arms race. First of all, it was unfortunate that such a forum could not have been held prior to the elections since the degree of nuclear proliferation will increase or decrease according to the candidate chosen. (Letter was submitted before election day — Ed.) Second of all, such an educational endeavor was tried by outside interests approximately a year and a half ago. The Nuclear Freeze group came to Capitol to talk to students about the issue of nuclear war, an...
Drunk drivers: a brother's anguish [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
Drunk drivers: a brother's anguish Dear Capitol Campus Penn Stater: You don't realize it but you came mighty close to having a few of your front teeth loosened the other day. You were laughing at the time, so you didn't notice anything threatening but it was there. You were in the library and you were laghing with friends and telling them about how you'd been arrested — for the second time — for drunk driving. Ha! Ha! It was a big joke. But you see the fellow student who overheard you lost his little brother to a drunk driver. He was only 15 when the drunk driver hit him as he stood on a bridge, flipped him into the river, and left him to die. Your fellow student knows what it's like to be in the family of a drunk driver's victim. His mom got so much older overnight,it seemed, and she was so quiet and remote; no longer the funloving, happy adult who had so willingly helped with the soccer team fund raising and the band parent's functions. And yes, your Penn State classmate m...
Indian leader mourned [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
Indian leader mourned To the Editor, The recent murder of Indira Gandhi is a sad incident. Tragic as it is for India, it also sends a message to the rest of the world. No, we're not speaking of the economic effects or the political ramifications. We're talking about the violent act itself. This killing is symbolic of the pathological spread of violence by extremists and fanatics. Terrorists, hiding behind the skirt of religion or any other cause, have no place in any country in the world. Again and again, we have paid dearly for their senseless murders. This time, India has lost a very capable and seasoned leader and has been thrown into bloody turmoil. The foolishness of the fanatic mind is apparent when one sees the situation created in India by the death of Mrs. Gandhi; a few more dead Sikhs, a few dead Hindus and the clamping of a curfew throughout most of the nation. If this was the intention of the killers, much can be said about their motives. More than anger, we feel...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
Capitol Times Thursday, Nov. 29, 1984 Vol. 19, No. 6 Published by students of Penn State's Capitol Campus, Middletown, Pa. 17057 The Capitol Times welcomes letters from readers. Letters intended for publication must be signed by the author and indicate his/her club or organizational affiliation, if any. The Capitol Times reserves the right to edit or reject letters at its discretion. Letters published do not necessarily reflect the views of this newspaper or its staff. Tony Perry Editor-in-chief Contributing Staff Neil Myers Co-Editor Annette Childs Jeffrey Shatzer Production Mgr. Mark Edquid Jeffrey Keck Business Mgr. Beth Home James Ferguson....Advertising Mgr. Fran Hultzapple Mike Dudek Graphic Artist Michelle Lackey Beverly Halbrook Sales Rep. Joseph L. Michalsky Don Strausburger Sr. Reporter/ Ken Stiggers Reviews Editor Angelo Vecchio Catherine Madigan Briefs Editor Janice Shatzer Composer Adviser Mark S. Curalnick Lisa Mauss Photographer Bob Price Photographer Mntta at the P...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
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Bulimia worst over holidays [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
Bulimia worst over holidays Most students look forward to holiday vacations as a joyful time for reunions and large family meals; but, for people with eating disorders, these instead may be times for confrontations, lies and painful anxiety. Bulimia, which is characterized by binge/purge behavior, and anorexia nervosa, a less common but related condition of self-starvation, are dangerous epidemics currently affecting between 25-33 percent of college-aged women (also many men). Under ordinary circumstances, the lives of these students are dominated by low self-esteem, generalized fear and obsessive thoughts about food. During the holidays, however, these feelings are intensified. With a well-thoughtout plan and plenty of motivation, these individuals can use this time off to start a program for recovery. Although the underlying causes vary, eating disorders typically begin for psychological reasons and become addictive. Most cases are women with unrealistically YiigYv expecta...
Stress setninar offered here [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
Stress setninar offered here (continued from pg. 1) trap," Gailey said, "because so much of my time belongs to other people and school projects. There's not enough time for myself." Frequently, stressed-out students over study or study minute details, missing the "big picture" of a class, the study said. There are, however, several ways to combat stress. A series of meditation exercises can be learned to help relax the mind and body. Stress reduction classes are available free to all i students who feel they may 'need help in dealing with stress, Beck said. Because final exams are only a few weeks away, Beck of fered several tips on how to deal with the stress of preparing for exams. "Don't stay up all night or take any mind-altering substances because they throw the mind and body out of sync," he said. Beck suggested eating well-balanced meals, exercising to release tension, and finding time to just "veg-out." "Stress, by definition, is any feeling that causes us to make mi...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
Academic Assistance The Capitol Campus tutorial pro* gram provides free tutorial assistance to students of Capitol Campus , For further Information, contacts George Young Wrisberg Hall 948-6271 / 948-6269 Or, leave your name and phone number in the Student Affairs Office W-105. ,
Nutra Blurbs from Health Services [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
Nutra Blurbs from Health Services Did you know that it takes 60,000 bees to produce one pound of honey? Think about that the next time you dip into a jar of honey. Honey is a natural pre-digested sweetner--full of potassium. Lots of what tastes good to you is what you are used to. Qne way to develop a taste for something new is to try just a nibble or a sip. Did you know that one cigarette burns up to 25 milligrams of Vitamin C? All smokers need extra citrus fruits, fresh strawberries, cabbage, green peppers, tomatoes and dark green vegetables—even the peeling on your baked potato.
Campaign begins student's career [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
Campaign begins student's career (continued from pg. 1) Oddo spent $800 on his campaign, most of the funds coming from his own pocket. According to Oddo, the Republican State Party offered no monetary help, just a good deal of verbal support. His opponent, however, spent over $8,000 on his reelection bid, a figure that Oddo says he helped to inflate with his own persistent one to one contacts. When asked if he has any regrets about running for public "I did a lot better than most people thought I would." Joseph Oddo Senior, Public Policy office, Oddo says one reason he did this was to "awaken political awareness, and get young people involved. "It's our generation that will be running things in a few years — it's time we began formulating our ideologies and become actively involved." In the meantime, Oddo still has work to do in order to graduate this December. His bid for public office included a 9-credit independent study with Michael Young, assistant professor of poli...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
FALL SEMESTER 1984 FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE 12/14 12/17 12/18 12/19 12/20 F M T W Th I 1 j f I ¦ "H 8:00 - 10:30 a.m. 2nd 5th common exams 3rd 7th •conflicts 11:00 - 1:30 p.m. 6th 8th 4th common exams 1st ?conflicts 2:00- 4:30p.m. common exams 12th 14th 11th 13th ?conflicts 5:30 - 8:00 p.m. 9th/15th 16, 17 (M W) 16, 17 (T Th) 16A, 17A (W) I6A, 17A (Th) 16A, 17A (M) 16A, 17A (T) 8:00 - 10:30 p.m. 10th 18, 19 (M W) 18, 19 (T Th) 20, 21 (M W) 20, 21 (T Th) 18A, 19A (M) 18A, 19A (T) 18A, 19A (W) 18A, 19A (Th) •Conflict exams may also be scheduled on Saturday. •Conflict Examinations occur when (a) two or more final examinations are scheduled at the same time, or (b) three or more examinations are scheduled on the same day. Students having conflict examinations must file a Conflict Examination Request in ' the Records Office by November 16, 1984. MWF(Day) Per. Time 1 8:00-9:50 a.m. 2 9:00-9:50 a.m. 3 10:00-10:50 a.m. 4 1:00-11:50 a.m. 5 12:00-12:50 p.m. 6 1:00-1:50 p.m. 7 2:00-2:50 p.m...
CROSS WORD PUZZLE [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
CROSS WORD PUZZLE FROM COLLEGE PRESS SERVICE ACROSS 1 Article 4 Domicile 9 Greek letter 12 Be ill 13 Spurious 14 Bright star 15 Come to pass 17 Catches sight of 19 Bird'shome 21 Teutonic deity 22 Walked on 25 Possesses 27 Wolfhound 31 Land measure 32 Offered provisionally 34 Near 35 Unit of Bulgarian currency 36 Fruit drink 37 Faeroe Islands whirlwind 38 Amusing persons 41 Cover 42 English streetcar 43 Young goat 44 Young boys 45 River In Siberia 47 Title of respect 49 Repast 53 Come back 57 Native metal 58 Tint 60 Declare 61 Obtain 62 Brown, as bread 63 Organ of sight DOWN IFlap 2 Hasten 3 Fairy 4 Competent 5 Old name of Communist party 6 King of Bashan 7 Owing 8 Actual being 9 Pounds per sq. inch: abbr. 10 Color 11 Those holding office 16 In addition 16 Talk idly ' 20 Sunburn 22 Pamphlet 23 Moving part of motor 24 Hypothetical force 26 Norms 28 Chinese distance measure 29 Elude 30 Wants 32 Spread for drying 33 Paid notices 35 Citrus fruit 39 Parent: colloq. 40 Succ...
Lion Ambassadors want you [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
Lion Ambassadors want you If you are a full-time junior, senior or graduate student in any major av\<\ vovvt GPK vs o\« 1.5, v<«* can. become a Lion Ambassodor. The duties include working with a/umni and prospective new students here at Capitol as a representative of the school. You can pick up applications in the Admissions Office from Pat Young or Dean Zorbich.
Photographs by Bryce Jordan [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 November 1984
Photographs by Bryce Jordan The Heindel Library Gallery is presenting the photography work of Dr. Bryce Jordan, the President of the Pennsylvania State University. The exhibition runs until Jan. 11,1985 during regular library hours. A native of Clovis, N.M., Jordan holds bachelor and master of music degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and a Ph.D. in historical musicology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.