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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Burned out? Don't drop out [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Burned out? Don't drop out By Marsha Larsen — You know what it feels like. Your fuses are sputtering out, or sizzling to the point of explosion. You say you're "about to blow," "wicked out," or "burned out." School becomes a pressure you just can't take any more. Are you burned out? Counselor Ed Beck of the Capitol Campus Counseling Center says 'no,' the term is a misnomer. "Burn-out implies a different set of circumstances—a career in which someone is giving more than receiving, like a social worker or nurse who work in chronically stressful situations with too little compensation." Burn-out takes time, much longer than the school experience. Becks says burn-out is a gradual wearing down of idealism. Eventually, even the "strokes" don't compensate for this when it is coupled with the stress inherent in the occupation. Professors burn out. Students stress-react. Dr. Marian Krieger, coordinator of Counseling Services, says stress reacti...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
We must ask the hard question [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

We must ask the hard question Walk through an issue in my shoes. As editor of a newspaper, you'll be amazed at what you will learn. After the November issue came out, for example, I was summoned to a senior ad ministrator's office and told my treatment of a story was "ungracious." Many others—students and faculty alike—stopped me in the halls to say the same story was "outstanding." Some said it was "too aggressive" while others thought it was "timely." That's life. You soon learn that controversy couples with journalism. A story one person praises, another questions why it was ever put into print. So how can you know what is right? Sometimes you can't. Not always. Not on every story The best you can do is to set standards and try to live up to them. And as I've learned, the first standard of a newspaper, and the only one that really counts, is to present all of the facts. The assumption is that an informed public can make the right decisions if each individual has enoug...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

rsfflfffsn voi. 17, NO. 3 A2M^Mk42fe# December 6,1982 limes Published by the students of the Capitol Campus of The Pennsylvania State University, Middletown, PA, 17057. PHONE: (717) 944-4970. Executive Editor Pat Wenger £di t°r • George P. Yanoshik, Jr. Production Manager Jerry Trently, Jr. Layout Assistant BetsySheehan Photography Editor Joe j^ SporteEditor Robert Rejmaniak Copy Editor Barbara Myers Business Manager Charles R. Cobourn, III Adv,ser AlLee STAFF MEMBERS Monica Auld James P. Kushlan Annette Bux-Cremo Marsha L. Larsen Thomas Dekle Shery i Machita Judith Faruquee Mike Markle Joe Guberman William Negley Kim Guzzi Marcia Rogers Donna Kirker Bud Smith The CAPTIOL TIMES welcomes letters from readers. Letters intended for publication must indicate the writer's college affiliation, if any. All letters MUST be signed by the writer. Unsigned letters cannot be printed. A writer's name may be withheld upon request. Letters should be typewritten and double spaced; and, any materi...

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Former fans turned off to NFL return [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Former fans turned off to NFL return By Robert Rejmaniak Now that the National Football League teams have gone back to work, the American football fan can once again enjoy watching his favorite team compete every weekend. Or can he? Not according to Capitol Campus football fans. Usually there are crowds of viewers in front of the TV set in the lounges of the various dormitory floors come kick-off time every week. This has not been the case since the strike has ended. Roger Lloyd, a first floor Wrisberg resident, was one of the few who still remained a spectator. After a 57-day strike why was he still looking on? "I like to keep up with it," Lloyd says, "but it's just not the same." This reflects the feelings of most of the football fans across America. "The quality of play has not been there since the strike/' Lloyd says. Lloyd's argument can be found just by looking at the way the games nave been played so far. For example, the Minnesota Vikings had only 25 yards rushing ...

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Oopsl [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Oopsl In our November Capitol Times, Meade Heights article JoAnn Nesgoda should have been JoAnn Coleman. In the same issue, the headline concerning Jordan's selection on page 18 should have read: "Jordan selected without committee interview." In the November 22nd Lion's Tale, Robert H. Hamill, Career Planning and Placement specialist mentioned in the "Help Available" article, was incorrectly referred to as Richard Hamilton. We goofed.

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Question: Do you feel threatened by the possible re-opening of the Unit One reactor at Three Mile Island? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Question: Do you feel threatened by the possible re-opening of the Unit One reactor at Three Mile Island? "No. I don't think there have been enough facts established on the dangers involved. We need an alternate source of energy—and nuclear power is this alternate source.' —Danita Coogan Business Administration "No, I don't feel threatened. Many people do feel threatened, however, because they do not look at the entire picture. Every method of power production has advantages and disadvantages. —Dean Lapp Behavioral Science and Education "Yes, I would feel threatened because of what happened before." —Marlene Vescovi Engineering Technology "Yes. I would feel threatened because if it happened once, a nuclear accident can certainly happen again." —Mark Flannery Humanities "No. I don't think the unit would be re-opened if it wasn't safe. There are so many regulatory precautions." —Dave Malloy Engineering Technology "No. In nuclear power systems, as in any mechanical syst...

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Who's afraid of Three Mile Island? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Who's afraid of Three Mile Island? Photographs by Kim Gu?zi By Donna Kirker As a student here you are within 5 miles of a potentially hazardous nuclear power plant, but you don't care, you don't worry, or perhaps you don't even know about Three Mile Island. Well, don't feel guilty, because you are not alone. For the most part, students at Capitol Campus no longer think or worry about Three Mile Island (TMI)—the site of the worst nuclear accident in the nation's history. Of students polled, the majority had heard of Three Mile Island, but many were not aware that it was located so close to Capitol Campus. One student from New York said, "I knew it was in Pennsylvania somewhere, but I didn't know where." Another said, "I had no idea it was so close." Even when students knew that Capitol Campus was close to TMI, it did not affect their decision to attend classes here. "It didn't bother me one way or the other," one student replied, wh...

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Technical and human questions plaguj [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Technical and human questions plaguj "TMI" from page 1 speakers for and against the restart of TMI Unit 1. Altogether, about 1,000 people attended the hearing, armed with petitions, statistics, personal comments, and insights. Representing a cross-section of the community, each representative spoke for three minutes. James Hurst, Treasurer and Board Member of the Middletown organization called PANE—People Against Nuclear Energy—spoke against the restart. He said that there were still too many "unanswered questions" Middletown residents have about TMI. He added, "One hundred and thirty days of NRC hearings cannot be interpreted as having resolved questions of credibility and tegrity." Speaking to the Capitol Times, Hurst said that he truly believes the NRC will act in a conscientious way, but their decision depends on a great deal of factors, including economic, psychological and political issues. In addressing the issue of economics, Hurst said, "they (NRC) will have to ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Contrasts in culture from dress to discipline [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Contrasts in culture from dress to discipline Japanese student By Jo Griffiths "Rough and practical" were the words an international student used to describe the way we dress at Capitol Campus. Growing up in a culture where school uniforms are still worn, Japanese student Kazuko Eizuru was pleasantly surprised with the casual dress of American students. "When I first came here, everyone was wearing jeans," said Eizuru, a graduate student in the American Studies program here since last September. "Students don't dress up, although the older people do dress neatly." Quick to point out the steady influence of Western clothing in Japan, Eizuru said dress was the least significant of the many differences the Japanese women noted when contrasting \\£e in Japan and the U.S. Among the others were the cheerfulness of the area's people, and the English language itself. According to Eizuru, Japanese children begin studying English at age 12, bu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

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Innovative teaching implemented at Capitol [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Innovative teaching implemented at Capitol By Barbara Myers It's the twelfth century—and guess who's coming to dinner? For students in Dr. Theodora Graham's Western Traditions II class, "dinner" is a Medieval Feast planned and prepared by class members, complete with a seven course meal and entertainment. Such innovative approaches to teaching are found at Capitol, not only in the Humanities, but in Business, Engineering, and Behavioral Science. They make learning fun. Part of the fun in studying history is looking at it from many different perspectives. "There is a new movement in the study of history," says Graham, "that deals with all aspects of history, including how people lived and what they ate. The feast was a part of the fabric of the life of the people during that time." In addition to the research, planning, and preparation of the meal, Graham said she "challenged the students to use other talents for presentation." As part of...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

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Run for fun [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Run for fun Road runners By Robert Rejmaniak If you love to run but don't necessarily want to be a marathon runner then the Capitol Campus Road Runners Club may be for you. The Road Runners Club offers great fun and exercise to anyone, l from the beginning jogger to the experienced cross-country runner. Races the club will participate in include a five mile poker run, in which runners are handed a poker card at each mile mark, and upon finishing, the runner with the best hand wins; a 10 kilometer prediction run, where each runner predicts his/her own finishing time, with the one coming closest to the predicted time winning; a jogathon for charity; and other off campus races. The club is also a way to receive serious instruction on running from the club adviser, cross country coach, Bud Smitley. As Smitley put it, "This club is for anyone who wants to run. Whether they run 10 kilometers or half a mile, we'll find a place for them."

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John Nichols grant given [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

John Nichols grant given By Marcia Rogers In memory of Dr. John Nichols, a scholarship will be given this year to a Capitol Campus student. John Richard Nichols, professor of social science and psychology, died June 10 following a brief illness, ironically, he would have retired at the end of the month. Since 1968 when Dr. Nichols came to Capitol Campus, he has been known to his students as the "teacher who taught us to like chickens." He used chickens in behavioral modification experiments. Not only is he remembered by his students, he's remembered by The Capitol Campus Women's Club, who offered the students a memorial scholarship in his name. The Capitol Campus Faculty Women's Club traditionally gives grants to students in honor of a deceased faculty or staff member. The Capitol Campus Faculty Women's Club, Scholarship and Loan Fund is for full-time undergraduates, that meet requirements of both financial need and academic achievement. The scholarship is given in the form of...

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Sociologist priest: Tales of love sacred or profane? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Sociologist priest: Tales of love sacred or profane? By James Kushlan "People have tended to look at the Church through a stained glass window," not seeing it as it really is. Rev. Andrew M. Greeley, Catholic priest, sociologist and novelist, wants to shatter that illusion. This was the reaction of Dennis Dubs to the work of Fr. Greeley, author of bestselling novels The Cardinal Sins and Thy Brother's Wife, who addressed an audience of about 300 at Harrisburg Area Community College on November 4. Dubs, Professor of Social Sciences at HACC and moderator of Fr. Greeley's talk, reflects one side in the stir over the value and purpose of Fr. Greeley's controversial novels. Fr. Greeley, during his talk at HACC, said his novels are stories meant to share what he terms "hope-renewing experiences. Speaking in his role as sociologist, he said these experiences, the basic element of all religion, are those which give the feeling that there is something beyond death, some purpose in li...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

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