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STUDENT TEACHERS "RAP" STUDENT TEACHING [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972

STUDENT TEACHERS "RAP" STUDENT TEACHING by Mike Dim It was noted at the recent January Program Meeting of the Capitol Campus Student PSEA Chapter, that Capitol Campus Education Program Students have some definite pluses going for them. 0) profs at Capitol will "tell it like it is," relative to student teaching experiences in the urban schools; and (2) most education profs and student teacher supervisors at Capitol have had classroom experiences which are an invaluable asset to students of the Education Program. Students and teachers conducted a most informative "rap" on student teaching. They discussed the pros and* cons of what for them and students soon to be out in the field in a most rewarding experience - student teaching. Capitol Campus education majors are primarily instructed for practical education teaching experiences in the Harrisburg and Philadelphia inner city (urban) education areas of the state. Items of interest to education discussed included such sensitive ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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NEW VIEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972

NEW VIEWS Arlington, Texas-(IJ\)-Changing attitudes of college students and the inflexibility of some American institutions are on a collision course that may pose major problems, warns a University of Texas at Arlington sociologist. Notable targets of student discontent today are the university system, government and churches, concludes Dr. William A. Stacey after evaluating data from some 7,000 student interviews during the past six years. "The thing different about the student of today and the student of yesterday is that the student today might be willing to do something about his ideals," he cautions. "We're talking about two different generations of students," he adds in comparing 1965 and 1970 collegians. He began the study in 1965 at Mississippi State University and continued it there through 1970. He and a colleague, Ronald C. Engle, associate professor of sociology, posed the same questions to UT Arlington students for comparison purposes. They presented thenfindin...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972

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Commonwealth [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972

Commonwealth (Continued from page 1) the University Board of Trustees for approval. Upon approval, one dollar would be added to each student's activity fee, which is part of the tuition sum, a term. Commonwealth Campuses can benefit from Penn PIRG through the proposed state organization which would divide Pennsylvania into three regions-Western, Central and Eastern-with campuses working in their region's activities, through funds channeled back to them from the University collections. "This is not a Commonwealth Campus and Old Main organization," said Penn PIRG member James McClure. "It is a Penn State concept with every campus working together." Commonwealth Campuses would probably be represented in Penn PIRG through COP, or a similar operation. The definition of the mission of the University was also brought up in further discussion dealing with the Grubb Report, and COP members said they felt this, in addition to recommendations concerning security and health services a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972

Bowling Results (As of February 3, 1972] TEAM WON LOST 1. All in the Family 11 5 2. F.O.B.O. 11 5 3. 103rd Engineers Plus Vi 11 5 4. Pinheads 10 6 5. XGI 10 6 6. No Names 2 7 5 7. Dr. Shock UTZ 9 7 8. WZAPBaetzum 8 8 9. Hermies 6 10 10. The last laugh 4 8 11. EmausGang 5 11 12. Ol' Studs and Bob 4 12 MEN'S INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS High Average 177 Cliff Claypool (All in the Family) High Series 601 Cliff Claypool (All in the Family) High Game 219 Ron Warhola (103rd Engineers Plus &) WOMEN'S INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS High Average 129 Nancy Flowers (Emaus Gang) High Series 395 Nancy Flowers (Emaus Gang) High Game 157 Nancy Flowers (Emaus Gang)

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Equipment Check-Out [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972

Equipment Check-Out Equipment may be checked out by any student, faculty or staff member for a two (2) day loan period. The persons signature and University ID card ii required. ID cards will not be returned until equipment is returned or fees paid for replacement. Lost or broken equipment must be purchased. Any fees will not exceed the delivery and purchase price for new equipment. Receipts must be received when charges are paid at the Recreation/Athletics Building between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

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INTRAMURAL PINOCHLE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972

INTRAMURAL PINOCHLE Men, women and co-ed teams are now organizing for the double elimination pinochle championship. Each round of the tournament will be given three (3) days to participate and report results. The entry deadline is February 14, 5:00 p.m. Entry forms are located at the Rec/Aths Building. Please include your name AND telephone number on the roster-entry form. Awards will be presented as prescribed in the 1971-72 Intramural Handbook, page 12.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972

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BASKETBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1972

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SOCIAL SCIENCE PROGRAM MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

SOCIAL SCIENCE PROGRAM MEETING The Social Science Department held a meeting on Feb. 2nd to squelch rumors that the special topics listed under code 499 in the class schedule book would be eliminated. Program head, Dr. James McAree asserted, "The rumors are not true. The 499 special topics in the social sciences will not be phased out." McAree pointed to a new University rule which specifies the nomenclature used in course descriptions in the catalogue as the criterion for the cancellation of Prof. Ambrose Klain's course entitled Environment. The rule stipulates that the word "environment" is too vague a term to be used. However, the regulation does allow course descriptions to have the word "environmental" if it is immediately followed by a descriptive noun, for example, an Environmental Engineering course. McAree did explain that Klain's course description has been altered to comply with the University regulation and it will again be offered, but Klain will not be teachin...

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Yearbook in Trouble! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

Yearbook in Trouble! by Tom Ogden In the dead days of winter it is not uncommon for many clubs also to lay dormant—dead, if you will, but certain organizations cannot fall if their purposes are to be realized. Such an organization is the CAPITOLITE, or yearbook, as it is more commonly called. The 1972 book is in trouble and may have definite problems going to press. The difficulty is not the layout and meeting deadlines, but rather financial problems. Yearbook sales and ad-selling campaigns have both fallen far short of original hopes. In a school of close to 1,200 students only 250 students have ordered books. Companies in town have either cancelled or decreased the amount of ads. The CAPITOLITE is, therefore, falling over $1,000 short at the moment of publication funds. The value of a yearbook should be undisputed. An annual provides not only an immediate reflection of the campus but is still vibrant years later as a memory-book of things past. Friends and well-documented ...

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Give Blood [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

Give Blood Help with the Blood Drive. This girl needs your help. Even if you haven't signed up, go to the S6A office now to volunteer. Thank you.

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Featherstone Here! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

Featherstone Here! On Monday, February 21, Joanna Featherstone will be appearing at Capitol Campus. This program is free of charge. 2:00 p.m. in the Gallery Lounge (W-107) - Informal discussion session on Black Poetry and Expression. 8:00 p.m. in the Student Center — Performance Topic — "Not Without Laughter" - An evening of Black Literature.

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Gay Liberation At Capitol Campus [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

Gay Liberation At Capitol Campus by John Carbo The week of 21-25 February is Gay liberation Week at Capitol Campus. As one of the guest speakers is ED-499C, Human Sexuality, Dr. Kamey, president of the Mattachine Society of Washington, D. C, will speak on gay oppression, and on homosexuality on Tuesday, 22 February in room W-304 at 1:40 (5th period). He will also speak in the course Social Movements on the same day at 12:15 (4th period) in room E-259. Listening to him would make you realize that one of the largest minorities in the U.S. is unrepresented and forgotten on this campus. Dr. Kamey's view is endemic among homosexuals in this counrty, that homosexuality is not a perversion, but merely a preference for a partner of the same sex. Furthermore, the term "perversion" is relative; a homosexual might look on heterosexuality as a perversion. "Perversion" is unique in the mind of the individual. What I would like to do is initiate thought on the plight of the homosexual i...

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INTERIM UNIVERSITY PROVOST [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1972

INTERIM UNIVERSITY PROVOST Dr. Russell E. Larson, Dean of the Collegeof Argiculture and Chairman of the Council of Academic Deans of the University, has been named on an iterim basis to fill the administrative post of provost until a permanent replacement has been named. The late Dr. Paul M. Althouse, who died of a heart attack Friday, had served as Provost of the University. "I am deeply grateful to Dean Larson for his willingness to take on the responsibilities of this office in these difficult circumstances," University President Oswald said. "Like Dr. Althouse before him, Dean Larson is a distinguished educator with broad experiences as a teacher, researcher and administrator." Dean Larson has been a member of the University faculty since 1944, a full professor of horticulture since 1947, and dean of the College of Agriculture since 1963. Presdient Oswald also announced that immediate steps will be taken to convene a committee representative of the University community t...

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