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Course And Teacher Evaluations [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

Course And Teacher Evaluations The results of teacher - evaluations of fall term 1971 can now be seen by those who are interested. Copies of the results are located in the Library, student lounges in the dorms, the art gallery and from RAs, at the New Birth, and in faculty offices. The results are listed in alphabetical order, first by course names and then by faculty name. To correctly interpret the results, please read the instructions first. The teacher evaluations contain technical data which has the purpose of giving students a voice in how a course is taught. It also gives the faculty an opportunity to judge their performance as reflected by the student opinions. The questionnaire states the number of students enrolled, the number of students participating in the evaluation, and that percentage. The body of the form gives the average value of significance for each question. Also listed is the grade the student expected, the grade the student gave the course, and the in...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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PHOTO CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

PHOTO CLUB For those of you who are interested in photography and photographic techniques here's an organization you should know about. The Photo Club is functioning again and there is a need for new members. The club, headed by Cliff Balson, meets twice monthly on Thursday nights at 7:00 p.m. in Vendorville. Club members are provided with free film processing chemicals as well as help in processing. The club is planning a show for this spring and hopes that anyone interested in participating will contact the organization. There is also a photography course being offered every Monday night from 9:15 to 10:00. The purpose of the course is to familiarize people with darkroom techniques and use of various types of photographic equipment. Anyone interested in taking part in either the Photo Club or the photography course should contact Cluff Balson, 937 B Mars, 944-1517.

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(Resistance Week) [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

(Resistance Week) (Continued from page 1) introduce the speaker. Following in the spectrum, Cookie Curillo will hostess an open discussion on "Women's Oppression in a Sexist America." Ms. Curillo, a feminist is a former high school English teacher who spent two years working as a Peace Corp worker in the Phillipines and has traveled extensively. At 1:30 Dr. Esenstein, a member of our own college community will discuss "Oppressive Education in a Literate Western Culture." On Tuesday* night at 7:00 Prof. Richard Drinnon, a noted radical historian from Bucknell U. will speak on "Notes on America Resistance." This will be the only night time event of Teach-in Week. Due to popular request, "background History and Political Implications of the "Harrisburg 8" Trial." will be discussed on Wednesday* February 9 at 1:00 p.m., Ted Click, "Harrisburg 8"defendant and Ann Berrigan, neice of the Berrigan brothers will lead the discussion. Dr. Bressler of Capitol Campus will moderate. Inclu...

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Steal! It's Great Fun [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

Steal! It's Great Fun Letters To The Editor Call it what you will: borrowing; an extended loan, with no intention of return; a rip-off. Regardless of the terminology, it is stealing. Consider if you will, the following sitation. The house you are living in suffers from a lack of furniture. A decision is made that a bookcase is needed to fill some of the empty space. Without thinking, another decision is made: to go to the nearest construction site and take the materials that are necessary to build just such a bookcase. So this is exactly what is done and you return home with the materials in your car. Presumably, end of situation; but, not so! Consider the implications and repercussions of just such an event. First, you have committed a sin of omission, a lapse of conscience so to speak. You have failed to look upon what you were doing as morally wrong. You would not take what does not belong to you from friends, so why is this situation any different? It is not (as your c...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

by Michael Blank Twice I have risen from the tomb. Once for man's sins and merciless deeds; Once for man's forgiveness, child's needs. Then came the third time, The total obliteration of mankind. SAVIOR

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

Staff of the PADifflliCt' CONTRIBUTORS: UU|lllUllUl. Samantha Bower Gregg Crescenzo Russ Matthews Jane McDonald Steve Wesley Kati Lamonica Cheryl Boyes COPY EDITOR: Don l*w« Tom Hagan R«V Nearhood MANAGING"EDITOR: Jim Kuzk > Lee Neii Steve Rotenzweig PHOTOGRAPHERS; 5?,b *!n 1*er Cliff Balson M!ke™*, ,ver Doug DeLeon Tom Black Michael Blank Becky Emery

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

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Special Topic: Revolution 101 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

Special Topic: Revolution 101 (not a course title as yet] A Study of Free Schools PART II M49 Nebulae in Dracon's Got into a rap with some dudes over in the heights a few days ago. They were the usual stoned associational raps, and we got around to talkin' about these letters this one guy was receivin' from the school, to the effect that he had to get rid of his dog. I believe it was worded as, removal of the dog from school property. Of course you realize, that having pets on Meade Heights is against some health and food services law that was laid down by the main campus in state college. Now if you've ever been to main campus, you could understand why that law is laid down, but that's there and not here. If you've ever had threats mailed to you that kept squeezin' your balls with fines, suspension of living facilities, and other shit-you'd probably end up sendin' your doggie home, too. But I ask you, what kind of shit is that? And the SGA is tryin' to get facilities on c...

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SMILIN' FACES [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

SMILIN' FACES by Steve Wesley & Steve Rosenzweig There will be no soliciting on campus. And what is the bathtub race??? Who is the crutch man of the Free Parking Players? Keep trying Mike Cernusa. Gregg Crescendo had it right (he cheated). Hear we are getting an honor system like the Air Force Academy. There goes the student body. LOST: one pierced earring, flower shaped with stone in center. $10 reward. See Daisy in the cafeteria. The Marathon Dance was a ripoff. They had to be out by 2 a.m. It was still a great dance. Congrats to the winners and participants. Sam-if you were in shape you would not have gotten those cramps. Love is a many splendor thing, but ballin' is much nicer. Can a fellow love two women at the same time? Not unless he has a special attachment for one of them. An old maid is a girl who is 24-where she should be 38. Happiness is finding the owner of a lost bikini. One pair of twin beds could be called period furniture. There was once a lady she...

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That's Beside The Point [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

That's Beside The Point or ! by Samantha Bower I had been going to write on the problems we have here at Capitol because of University Park. But I started to read my article and it depressed me, so I decided to write about things to forget the bad things. These are just experiences that I've been through that when I look back on them, seem to be crystal clear and full of peace. I wake up because the sun is shining in the window and the rooster who lives on the next farm is crowing in the day. The ceiling is so far away and the window sill is just wide enough to sit on and watch the day break upon my mind. Through the oldfashioned vents of the central coal heating system, I smell coffee. Michael is in the bathroom, singing a song to Cathy, who is still trying to struggle out of sleep. Richard brings me coffee and a kiss and we share the window sill and our new feelings for each other. The bareness of the room only seems to add to the feeling of freedom a...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

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ON THE AiOVf [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

ON THE AiOVf There's a place not far from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, a mountain ridge cut, wounded, by the Susquehanna knife, where I like to sit. I look down off the end of the ridge (in fall, winter, and early spring, when there are no leaves on the trees) at the river, ruins of old bridges and the ruin of one still standing; at the road, Z-28's, Mustangs, Chevrolets, lumbering semirigs, and the occasional motorcycle, all tearing hell-for-leather from someplace to somewhere; at the valley parallel to the ridge, marching off into the haze, a forest that could contain Indians, if you close your eyes very tightly and drink enough wine. And at the rock out-croppings from the ridge across the river, where the mountain lions used to lie in the sun, twitching their fat tails and purring through half-closed eyes. —Phares D.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

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last Week in the IBA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

last Week in the IBA by Steve Wesley Last week saw two of the five Unbeaten's fall. In a battle of undefeateds, Ghoti dropped a 34-14 verdict to No Trains. The upset of the week came when the Brotherhood downed the Trojans 37-24. XGI "A" kept on their winning ways dropping the Brotherhood 41-26 to remain the only unbeaten in Division BAMF-Blue continued to lead Division A sweeping three games. Next week the XGI "A" faces some tough foes in the Ghoti, Royal Flush, and the Trojans ~ each with one loss. Other top games pits the AMF-Blue vs. No. Trains (Wed.), Them vs. No Trains, and Royal Flush vs. Trojans (both Sun.). STANDINGS Division A W L AMF-Blue 6 0 No Trains 6 0 Ghoti 6 1 Foulballs 4 2 AMF-A 4 3 Airheads 3 3 Tops 2 5 **ALUMNI FORFEIT ALL GAMES. Division B XGI"A" 7 0 Trojans 6 1 Royal Flush II 6 1 Them 5 2 Brotherhood 4 3 Dirty Harrys 2 4 XGI"B" 2 6 Studs 2 6 **ZAPPERS FORFEIT ALL GAMES. XGI "A" leads the league in offense (245 pt. in 5 games for a 49 pt. av.), followe...

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Highway Research Convention [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

Highway Research Convention On January 19 ,26 members of the Transportation Engineering Technology Program at Capitol Campus traveled to Washington, D.C. to attend the 51st annual convention of the Highway Reserach Board of the National Research Council. The meeting is one of the world's most important forums for presenting results of transportation research. More than 300 formal and informal papers and reports were presented on virtually every aspect of highway and urban transportation during some 63 technical sessions, symposia, and conferences. "Urban Transportation in the '70's" was the subject of addresses given at the traditional Chairman's Luncheon which many of the Capitol Entourage attended. Speakers were Francis C. Turner, Federal Highway Administrator, and Carlos C. Villarreal, Urban Mass Transportation Administrator. Both men head agencies which are part of the U. S. Department of Transportation. The Urban Mass Transportation Administration became a supportion ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

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Bowlini Results [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

Bowlini Results (As of January 26,1972) TEAM WON LOST 1. All in the Family ' 10 2 2. F.O.B.O. 6 2 3. 103rd Engineers Plus Vi 8 4 4. Dr. Shock 7 5 5. Pinheads 7 5 6. XGI 7 5 7. WZAPBaetzum 6 6 8. Hermies 5 7 9. The last laugh 3 5 10. EmausGang 4 8 11. Dl'Studs and Bob 4 8 12. No Names 1 3

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BASKETBALL '• [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 3 February 1972

BASKETBALL '• Messiah Wins A powerful Messiah College '5' invaded Middletown's Main Street Gym on January 25 looking to barrel over the Lions. They hardly did that. Even though Messiah did defeat Capitol, it was not by the embarrassing score which marked last year's game. In 1971, Messiah won 135-59, Captiol's worst loss in history. In this contest, the Lions lost 93 to 71, but the game was closer than the score indicates. The Lions played well. They shot 50% from the field and sank 9 of 11 free throws. But the taller visitors were to much for the roundballers. Messiah dominated the boards and pulled out to a 13 point halftime lead. In the second period, the lions closed the gap to six. But then Capitol's star forward, Joe Duda turned his ankle and was forced to set out the remainder of the game. Capitol stayed close, but Messiah reeled off 12 points in a row near the end to ice the victory. Rick Miller paced the Lions with 20 points. Paul Hook had 14 points and 13 rebound...

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