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Alcohol guidelines drafted [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

Alcohol guidelines drafted By Beth Home After nearly five years of vague guidelines, Capitol Campus officials and student leaders are designing an alcohol policy for activities held in the Student Center, according to campus officials. An organization wanting to serve alcohol at a function must submit a typewritten request, 30 days in advance, describing the event and reason for having alcohol, said Jennifer Krohn, coordinator of student activities. "It's bulls**t! Two weeks should be sufficient. All it [the proposal] does is sit on desks," said Carl Wunderler, a Capitol student. Wunderler is not alone in his feelings about the 30-day advanced request rule. "It's not fair," Louise Kleinknecht, club secretary for SGA, said. "[An organization] might want to plan something and it will only be three weeks in advance." According to James South, assistant provost for student affairs, the students who originally constructed the policy are gone. Two new campus officials, Provost/D...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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University Black faculty roster increased [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

University Black faculty roster increased By Kim Bower Special to the Capitol Times from tbeCoIhgbn Sixteen black faculty members were recently hired at the University, increasing the total number to 51, the executive assistant for administration said. William Asbury said the new faculty come from academic areas such as mathematics, psychology, engineering, medicine, journalism, human development, comparative literature and business administration. "Black faculty can add to that diversity and act as role models for (both) black and white students," he said. James Stewart, director of the Black Studies Program, said the increase in black faculty is desirable for all students because it gives them more opportunity to have faculty from different cultural backgrounds with different styles of lecturing. It may also break down stereotypes students may have, he said. For minority students, the new faculty can act as role models to interest them in go ing on to graduate school, ...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Stereotypes hurt involvement [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

Stereotypes hurt involvement (CPS) -- Racism still haunts blacks and other minorities at mostly-white campuses, but the best thing colleges can do is face the problem and start talking about it, a new Association of American Colleges (AAC) study says. At the same time, blackwhite student relations are taking historical turns at a number of predominantly-white, southern schools, which in recent weeks have taken steps to integrate their fraternities and sororities. Colleges suffer from racial stereotypes according to Carolyn Spatta, author of a just-released AAC report and vice president for administration and business of Cal State-Hay ward. "Whenever a black student goes to a mostly-white campus, everybody gets the idea that this is a poor student from an unstable, inner-city family," she explains. "But in fact the black student could just as easily be from a well-to-do, traditional family in the suburbs." - Most harmful for minorities at predominantly-white campuses, she n...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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CROSS WORD PUZZLE [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

CROSS WORD PUZZLE FROM COLLEGE PRESS SERVICE ACROSS 1 Deadly 6 Falls short 11 Administer 12 Onslaught 14 Near 15 Cuddles up 17 A state: abbr. 18 Edge 20 Food programs 21 Unit of Japanese currency 22 Send forth 24 Single 25 Hurried 26 Planet 28 Whirlpool 30 Attempt 31 Sunburn 32 Parts of play 35 Aquatic mammals 38 Shallow vessels 39 Equality 41 Halt 42 Bitter vetch 43 A state 45 Petition © 1964 united Feature Syndicate 46 Latin conjunction 47 Margins 49 Symbol for thoron 50 Give 52 Created a disturbance 54 Memoranda 55 Shouts DOWN 1 Daughter of Mohammed 2 Article 3 Make Into leather 4 Matured 5 injury 6 Hesitate 7Thesweetsop 8 Possessive pronoun 9 Note of scale 10 Diatribe 11 Female horses 13 Varieties 16 Playing card 19 Fingerless gloves 21 Kind of piano: pi. 23 Twists 25 Quarrels 27 Grain 29 Unit of Siamese currency 32 Haste 33 Cardboard box 34 Extras 35 Of bad disposition 36 Courses 37 Squander 40 Succor 43 Speck 44 Greaj Lake 47 Flying mammal 48 The sun 51 Negat...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Student desire a must in internships [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

Student desire a must in internships By Rachel Vance Cathy Madigan is one of the lucky ones. She found a faculty member who believed strongly enough in student internships to announce one to his classes. ihil, she got caught in the cro^-fire of inira-division eon: asion. ;er hearing aboul iiie iv.t.,: !aii\c fellowship. C.aih\ ap preached :he adv^or in ¦ her i:\i-ion, Public At fairs. But ihe\ were not familiar wiiii the pro;.'ram and toici ( . ;.i hy to call ! nc name U^icd oti the hrocinire tor more informal ion. me made the call, completed the ^i mplication, .;;:u . .e- m-• ri!,.-;ed, ' e:::] !:;_'U a to he* ..e\ i - '-ion ad\ i^or. Caihs uas then informed that it should be processed through Career Planning, so she took the application to them. Career Planning, however, had no information on the program, so they sent it back to Public Affairs. It was eventually processed and sent to the appropriate persons in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. They reviewed her ap...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

Photo by Neil Myers Provost Ruth Leventhal draws the grand prize winning entry in the 1984 Captiol Times Holiday Give-away. The grand prize winner recieves a Trivial Pursuit package valued at more than $70.

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Briefs [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

Briefs Next issue slated for Jan. 31 The next issue of the Capitol Times is scheduled for Jan. 31. Any inquiries about advertisements, classified ads or event notices should be made with this in mind. The staff of the Times wishes all of its readers a happy, safe holiday season and looks forward to the many exciting things the new year has in store. Book lists graduate programs Copies of the 1985 Graduate School Guide are available for student use in the Capitol Campus counseling center. The directory contains information about master's and doctoral degree programs at over 500 colleges and universities in the East and Midwest. Every graduate degree program is listed along with majors, tuition, names of deans and satellite campus addresses. The directory also includes a cross reference section of graduate programs so that students can identify those colleges and universities which offer degrees in each of over fifty fields of study. HCT auditions for 'Agnes' The Harrisburg ...

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The good, the bad and the rest [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

The good, the bad and the rest By Don Strausburger Well, the year has nearly drawn to a close and while running from store to store past many area movie theaters, I started to reflect on some of the best and worst movies made in the past year. Here's a list of some of the best and worst movies, performances, and other interesting notes about the past year. The films listed below are in no particular order. The Year's Best The Year's Worst! "Beatstreet" - one of the biggest surprises of 1984. There is more to a breakdancer's life than popping, locking and breaking. "Terms of Endearment" - The film takes three worthy actors and gives them a good script. "Purple Rain" - Prince may not be able to act, but the concert sequences ease the pain of not seeing his current tour. "Gremlins" -- OK, this was not another "E.T.", but it was a lot of fun. And just think, Phoebe Gates can act! "Hotel New Hampshire" - How often have you seen Hollywood depict rape, lesbianism, incest and a raci...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

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The Year in Movies [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

The Year in Movies The Best Lines "I've been slimed!" -- Bill Murray, "Ghostbusters" "Can 1 borrow your underpants for 15 minutes?" -- question to Molly Ringwald in "Sixteen Candles." "Are all nerds this good?" --"Revenge of the Nerds" "1 make it a rule not to sleep with possessed women. Well, maybe a guideline." -- Bill Murray, "Ghostbusters"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

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Campus station seeks FM transmitter [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

Campus station seeks FM transmitter Brian Conroy is mad. It's not easy being in charge of a radio station that's just barely on the air. Yet that is the reality that Conroy and the 17 other disk jockeys at Capitol Campus' WNDR face every day. The station operates on a "carrier current" system. That means it can only be heard in the Olmsted Building, the dormitories and Meade Heights. Well, part of Meade Heights. And the dorm transmitter has been out of service most of the semester, explains Conroy, WNDR's program director. "We need to go FM," Conroy says matterT of-factly. Acquiring an FM transmitter has been a dream of several recent program directors. This semester, the picture brightened for a time as the campus administration expressed interest in moving to the FM band. According to Don Strausburger, creative consultant and former program director, both the Humanities Division and Student Affairs Office were involved in discussions on that possibility. A prohibitive cost...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 December 1984

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