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Ctetoms [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
Ctetoms Such is a sunrise when positive thoughts emerge, Such is a situation that permits one to listen, Such is a thought that seems to perceive, Such is an experience that provides one to feel. Such is goal seeking to shed that shell, Such is inner growth when two can get near, Such is the time for the sun to set, Such was a day our hearts won't forget. Ed Canai
Life In A Nutshell [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
Life In A Nutshell by Romeo Trajanus Sex & Love, we feel, touch, touch, feel Walk on , foot, toe, toe, heel; Ride on car, road, road, wheel But trains & planes & truck & thangs Are hate & hurt, bad & pain While dark & night scare & fright But day & light are good & right And nuts & life are hard & plight
Ife %mky %msM Etete [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
Ife %\mky %msM Etete Take atoke; Now exhale. That's it. You see it curling amorphous-An indistinct cloud at first. But look closely now; With the backdrop of this shadowy room At the stream of sunlight Cascading from the window. Ease the smoke To roll lethargically from your mouth. Persuade it to tumble slowly Toward the wash of light. Nebulous filaments of fibrous tendrils... Watch them come Drifting from dark reverie, Into the light before us; Rambling patterns of smoky chorus... And more. Each new twist of smoky trail Whispers to my eyes Another melody of memories. I remember her, And the torrent of emotions That she would not control. Still I cannot hold her responsible. She is a feeling woman, And no more. Bless her. I blame myself; Mine was a pipe dream. RodMinaya
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1974
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NOW at Capitol [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974
NOW at Capitol ^kMtit&lLjlt4tt jtt^itL- MKpll^^^Hk. ccif iCMa ^^^m. mmfk^mBm'1|A1$ A«iSWwiiWL 9 DISEASE ¦/ The National Organization for Women (NOW) is the largest women's civil rights group in the United States. NOW is concerned with every area affecting women's lives from employment to education, from violence against women to the media's portrayal of women. The 'main concern of NOW is changing the laws which discriminate against women and minority groups and then seeking to have the laws enforced. Some of the accomplishments NOW has achieved nationally, regionally and locally since its onset in 1966 have been: In Employment - We compelled the Equal Em ployment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to act on sex discrimination cases; before NOW came into existence, they were ignoring complaints of sex discrimination. ( 1966- ). Pa. NOW aided employees of individual companies win both new job opportunities and back pay as in the case of the 246 women employees of the G.C....
Campus Security Scrutinized [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974
Campus Security Scrutinized By Fred Prouser The Committee on Student Affairs, chaired by Iris Prager, is currently reviewing the role of security on campus. Acting at the request of Dr. McDermott, the committee will develop a plan of action concerning the security issue that the Provost may adopt. Development of a basic security program is a priority of the committee as well as fostering an awareness of the aspects of security on campus. A basic question brought up within the committee was the relationship between state laws and University policy as they relate to security matters. Input from security personnel will be considered before the final recommendation is made to the Provost. What is hoped for according to Iris Prager, is, "to design something to work five days from now, as well as five years from now". The committee views its relationship and priorities within the University as any non-academic concern of the student including matters between students and faculty a...
Scholarship Recipients Honored [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974
Scholarship Recipients Honored On Friday night, November 1, a dinner was held at the Penn State-Capitol Campus cafeteria in honor of six students here at Capitol who received the Bayard D. and Ethel M. Kunkle scholarship. Those six students are: Ellis Alleyof Berwick, Peggy Dillon of Trucksville, Thomas Gajewski of Reading, Russell Hogg of Philadelphia, Gary Krupa of Smithville, and Gary Mosteller of Berwick. To qualify for a Kunkle scholarship, a student must show professional aptitude in his or her field of study and must be afull-time graduate in need of financial aid. Mr. Bayard Kunkle, who was at one time a vice-president of General Motors, attended Penn State University only with the help of scholarship aid. Before his death in 1953 he established a scholarship fund to "repay his debt".
Applications for GAPSFAS now available [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974
Applications for GAPSFAS now available Application forms for the Graduate and Professional School Financial Aid Service (GAPSFAS ) are now available from the Counseling Center, Room W-117. GAPSFAS is an activity of the Graduate and Professional Financial Aid Council which includes representatives from the Association of American Medical Colleges, the College Scholarship Service Council, the Graduate Business Admissions Council, the Graduate Record Examination Board and the Law School Admissions Council. Educational Testing Service operates the service on behalf of the Council. The GAPSFAS application has been designed to yield financial information for financial aid assessment by many different kinds of graduate and professional schools. Not all graduate and professional schools use this service and a prospective graduate student is advised to find out from schools of interest if this service is utilized for financial aid assistance. Students are advised to submit their GAPS...
Saving Energy atC.C [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974
Saving Energy atC.C Nuclear energy might be the key to the energy crisis, as seen in this shot of Three Mile Island Nuclear generating plant outside of Middletown. By Phillis Schaeffer The Capitol Campus energy conservation program continues to need everyone's help. Almost one year ago, the C.C. Reader printed a memorandum from Dr. Robert McDermott, Provost, which listed certain energy saving measures that were implemented immediately and requested student, faculty and staff assistance to further conserve energy. During a recent interview, Mr. Russell Rorabaugh, Supervisor of Maintenance and Operations, related some of the energy saving measures which have been implemented as a result of the suggestions in that memorandum: 1. Corridor walls have been repainted so that the upper halves are lighter in color. 2. Every other light fixture in the halls is off. 3. Bulb wattages have been decreased wherever possible. 4. The walkway lights to the dorms are automatically turned off...
Ih tofe ag fc taoagg [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974
Ih tofe ag fc taoagg The Gallery lounge has taken on a new look this year in case you haven't noticed. Special lighting and carpeted walls enhance the works of art currently being shown in the lounge. Ronald Blouch's sculpture and crafts show fine attention to detail and craftsmanship. Of special are his works in wood. Using walnut, mahogany and cherry he fashions bowls with graceful curves accenting the grain of the wood. The prints currently in the lounge until November 22nd are by Beatrice Berlin. Their swirling colors compliment the lounge, bringing a cheerful air to the quiet subdued atmosphere of the lounge. So, next time you're in the lounge, take a break from that reading assignment and look around- you'll find a visual treat for the eyes.
1 Penn I State Adversity [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974
1 Penn I State Adversity $$l <JVote tywym <Jrie 0<u6m The question posed in last week's "Reader Asks" concerned the average Capitol Campus inhabitant's feeling of belonging to the University. The question may seem trite to many, but it suggests a deep-seated identity crisis imbedded in the average student concerning Capitol Campus. The responses elicited were split along remarkably solid lines. The two staff members questioned were quite convinced of the "Penn State incarnate" image, while the two students questioned saw no identification at all with the University. In fact, Miss Tomec went so far as to say that she thought the faculty and staff would feel the way our mini-sample did, while the students would feel the way our even-minier sample did. I would hypothesize that this situation is caused by not only the fact that University Park has such a stronghold on the Penn State image, but also because none of Capitol's students are here long enough to r...
Xri REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974
Xri REPORTER NOVEMBER 21 - That's the date of the 1974 Blood Drive sponsored by the XGI Fraternity. The blood goes into the fraternity blood bank which serves the entire student body, faculty, and administration. If anyone ever has the need for blood, they only have to ask and they shall' receive. Therefore, we are asking for your help and support on Nov. 21. You can sign-up as a donor Vendorville a few days prior to the arrivable of the Bloodmobile. You MUST, however, sign-up prior to the arrival of the Bloodmobile. The earlier you sign, the better chance to give at the time you want or can give. Help your fellow students and sign-up now. The second XGI Keggar of the season is upon us. It will be held on November 16 from 9 P.M. to 1 A.M. at the Middletown Hunters and AnglersClub. "Amberjack" will provide the entertainment for the festivities. We hope you all will come out and have a fantastic evening. The raffle is off and running. If you haven't bought tickets, see any XGI m...