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Avante Theatre set to perform [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1985

Avante Theatre set to perform The Avante Theatre presents "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf," on Tuesday, Feb. 19 at 8p.m. in the Olmsted Auditorium. The performance is sponsored by the Capjtol Campus Cultural Events Committee.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Yesteryears [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1985

Yesteryears From February 18, 1982 The Student Government Association has definitly been active this week - in fact, it has established a new precedent for student organizations in getting money for parties not originally budgeted. Unfortunately, the SGA seems to be treating some clubs more fairly than others. The focus of the issue was the Groundhog Day party in the Student Center on Feb. 2 (1982) and the beneficiary of the precedent was the Meade Heights Board of Governors. On Monday, Feb. 1, MHBOG appeared before SGA, urging that they be given the money to pay for the next night's party. They had told this to SGA the week before, so the Finance Committee had time to decide on a recommendation. Conflicting reports claim that this recommendation was made only minutes before the SGA meeting, and without the votes of all of the Finance Committee members. The recommendation was to not give MHBOG the $656 it requested. Speaking for the Finance Committee, SGA Treasurer Karen...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Model U.N. delegates converge on Capitol [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1985

Model U.N. delegates converge on Capitol By Jen Dell'Alba The "leaders of the world" are coming to Capitol Campus! The thirteenth annual Capitol Campus Model United Nations will take place here February 21-23. The event is sponsored by the International Affairs Association and its faculty advisor, Clemmie Gilpin. According to Ghan Desai, a representative from the IAA, approximately 300 students from 19 area schools will be participating in this year's Model U.N. The opening ceremonies will include a keynote speech by Vladimir Pavlov, First Secretary, Embassy of the People's Republic of Bulgaria in Washington, D.C. Capitol Campus holds the Model U.N. as a way for high school students to become aware of wordly topics and their possible solutions, Desai said. The topics are both political and social. IAA has scheduled discussions on Central America, the discrimination of women, world hunger, population growth, nuclear proliferation and other concerns, according to Desai. "This ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Bookstore set to open later this month [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1985

Bookstore set to open later this month By Maria Kent The $507,000 bookstore at Capitol Campus will open sometime in February, according to Joseph Kemp, manager of Maintenance and Utility Operations at Capitol. The administration had planned to open the bookstore September 28, 1984, but problems with the weather and the contractors delayed the opening five months. According to Kemp, problems with the general construction company caused the long delay. The general construction work was not completed to the satisfaction of the inspector or the university. "We want quality work and don't want to do more work after it is finished," he said. The Carlisle Construction Company was contracted to perform the genral construction of the bookstore. Speaking for the company, Vice President Bruce Rosendale "totally removed and replaced" the quarry-tile floor "at n© expense to the university." Creative Design Concepts of Franklin, Mass., received the contract to design Hfirre Bros. Inc., ...

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Student leaders oppose X-rated film [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1985

Student leaders oppose X-rated film By Bill Eason Concern about community image and reaction fronted opposition at a recent Presidents' Council meeting to the showing of "Debbie Does Dallas" Joe Dezamits, of the Capitol Christian Fellowship (CCF), voiced his club's opposition to the showing of the X-rated movie in the campus student center tomorrow night. Dezamits said the CCF is concerned with the overall reaction of the college community to this film. Other members of the council added their concerns as to how the movie will reflect on the image and reputation of Capitol Campus students in the community. Defending the movie, Jeff Schnier, SUBOG president, pointed out that there will be a panel discussion about the movie on Monday, Feb. 18 at 12:15 p.m. in the Gallery Lounge. The panel discussion, entitled "Should Debbie Have Done Dallas?", is being sponsored by SUBOG and the Residence Living Program. Dezamits then suggested there be a show of hands by council members to ex...

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Japanese student views American culture [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1985

Japanese student views American culture By Joseph L. Michalsky Yuka Kominami was born in Japan, but since March 31, 1984 she has been attending college in the United States. She has some interesting opinions about life in the U.S. "This is a country of materialism," Kominami said, smiling, and added, "in a sense, materialism in the United States symbolizes a high standard of living. Some Japanese people tend to see this as a lack of appreciation for the spiritual or human things in life." After visiting Los Angeles, San Diego, Boston, Minneapolis, and New York during the summer of 1982, Kominami decided to return to the U.S. to pursue her Master of Arts degree in American Studies. Upon arrival in the U.S. from Toyota (that's right, Toyota), Japan, she was surprised by the general openness and acceptance from people here in Pennsylvania because "there are not so many Japanese people here in PA." Adjusting to the American way of life was no problem ac "Th...

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More club moves suggested to Provost [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1985

More club moves suggested to Provost By Maria Kent and Neil Myers The Capitol Times may be the latest office scheduled to move to the west wing of the third floor of the Olmsted Building if Provost/Dean Ruth Leventhal approves plans submitted by the Humanities Division. According to James D. South, Assistant Provost for Student Affairs, the Humanities Division has developed plans for a graphics lab and student publications office in the third floor space now occupied by part of the Instructional Services suite. Leventhal said that both Humanities and instructional Services had submitted plans for the use of the space and that "total space utilization" was being evaluated. She said the proposed change was in its early stages, and that it was part of a program to re-assign space that could be used more efficiently. Administrators from both Humanities and Instructional Services declined to describe their proposals in detail. William Mahar, Head of the Humanities Division, denie...

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CROSS WORD PUZZLE [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1985

CROSS WORD PUZZLE FROM COLLEGE PRESS SERVICE * ACROSS 1 Frighten 6 Saber 11 Refrained from using 12 Weirder 14 Agave plant 15Thesweetsop 17 Drink heavily 16 Individual 20 Besmirch 23 Playing card 24 Saucy j 26 Home-run king 26 Symbol for niton 29 Cubic meter 31 Shows respect for 33 Young horse 35 Withered 36 Sofas 39 Raises 42 Teutonic dotty ' Last time's Puzzle Answer 43 Weighting device 45 Barracuda 46 Cover 46 Barter 50 Health resort 51 Poems 53 SmaH amount 55 Three-toed sloth 56 Tidier 59 Dormant 61 Monuments: abbr. 82 Scoff DOWN 1 Kind of piano 2 Symbol for calcium 3 Macaw 4 Soaks 5 Dropsy 6 Compass point 7 Pronoun 8 Morsel 9 Disturbance 10 Rely on 11 Hafts 13 Leases 16 Scorch 19BuUd 21 War god 22 Pirate flag 25 Jogs 27 The nostrils 30 Choose 32 Harvests 34 Rip 36 Surgical thread 37 Wears away 38 Bridge term 40 Mend 41 Sedate 44 Prepares for print 47 Fuel 49 Short Jacket 52 Music: as written 54 Before 57 Latin - conjunction M Rupott: «bbr. 60 Hoorowfoffw .

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'Debbie' to show despite opposition [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1985

'Debbie' to show despite opposition (continued from pg. 1) organizations to enhance the quality of life on campus. I feel personaly that a movie such as this is 180 degrees (away from) that goal." In a letter to Schnier, dated Feb. 5, Dezamits objected to the spreading of "immorality, lust, fornication, etc." He said that a few students should not be allowed to decide what the rest of the campus sees. Jennifer Krohn, Director of Student Activities, has opposed the film's showing since Schnier proposed it in October. Krohn said "the issues in the film deal with violence toward women and victimization of women and I just don't think this is the appropriate place for it." Krohn, in a letter to Schnier, suggested the formation of a panel to discuss "the issues of victimization and violence." Schnier objected to the original proposal which called for previewing and postviewing discussions with admittance to be closed after the start of the first discussion. Initially, Schnier ref...

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Bookstore to open [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1985

Bookstore to open (continued from pg. 3) food, clothing, etc. The bookstore will look more like a department store, he added. "It will probably be as good as any bookstore in the [university] system," Kemp said, The CC bookstore was funded through the Bookstore Systems Commonwealth, Kemp said. The idea for a new campus bookstore came from former Provost/Dean Theodore Gross. Gross approached University Park with the idea and the project was awarded in March, 1984. Bill Kistler, manager of the campus bookstore, sees the move to the new facility as a good one. The bookstore will provide a bigger display area allowing more space to display magazines, books, clothes and display cases, Kistler said. He pointed to rows of boxes in the back room of the present bookstore that will remain until he finds more space. Kistler added that there is a possibility of hiring students, to work as cashiers.

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Campus Forum [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1985

Campus Forum As a newspaper, we're rather fond of the First Amendment We take very seriously the guarantees of free speech, freedom of the press, freedom to assemble peaceably, and the right to petition government for a redress of grievances. But does free speeech have limits? It most certainly does. . If we incite a mob to sack and pillage Capitol Campus, our free speech right to do so is less important than the government's right to preserve order. The one area the courts haven't been able to straighten out is pornography. Supreme Court justices and their clerks have spent thousands of hours and the better part of a century trying to define what is pornographic. After all that time, they still haven't done it. What is pornographic in Oklahoma may be just another movie in New York. To paraphrase one justice, you know pornography when you see it, but you can't define it. So how do you make it illegal? You can't. That doesn't, however, make pornography right...

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Porno flicks: still free speech [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1985

Porno flicks: still free speech By Mark S. Guralnick I am astonished by the censure of the movie, "Debbie Does Dallas," which is scheduled to be shown Friday night at the Student Center. Who cares whether Debbie Does Dallas at Penn State for one night? It's being held in a student activities center, on a weekend night. No children are invited, and nobody is being forced to see it. To make a stink about one Xrated film being shown one time to an adult population, on a voluntary basis, is simply silly. What's astonishing, however, is that the students and administrators condemning the film have forgotten what the freedom of expression and academic freedom are all about. This is a public property — a state university. It's not the Archdiocese of Dauphin County, the American Legion Post, of the Women's Christian Temperance Union. The morality of the film is irrelevant; this campus is not in the business of teaching sexual morality. And besides, what's moral to one person is immo...

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