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News from the muse [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982
News from the muse One of the purposes of the student newspaper is to provide a forum for student creativity. In past issues we have shared student poetry with our readers. Not only are these pieces shared with you now but all submissions will be considered for inclusion in TARNHELM, the Capitol Campus Literary Magazine to be published in the spring. Contributions for this column or for TARNHELM can be given in W-129 or in our mailbox in the SGA offices, W-110. This month we are featuring the poems of M. Lane Larsen, a humanities junior and regular editorial contributor to this paper. Pat Wenger, Editor BORDERS There exists at every borderline, several kilometers deep into each country, an edge too far from the core, too near another land to acquire a native characteristic. The border describes less a distinct line between two nations than a transition between cultures, the people there having a neutral look and never wholly a part of either country they live astride. They...
Events [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982
Events By Marsha Larsen ART/EXHIBITIONS to 12/24 Illustrations from the Golden Age, Art Assn. of Harrisburg Gallery, Mon.-Fri. 9-4, Sat. 10-3. to 12/28 Annual Arts & Crafts Exhibit AND Inmate Art from the Penna. State Correctional Institution, Doshi Center for Contemporary Art, Mon.-Fri. 11-4. to 12/31 The U.S.S. Pennsylvania and Her Silver; Chair, Chest and Table; AND The Lure and Lore of Fishing; Wm. Penn Museum, Tue.-Sat. 9-5, Sun. 12-5. to 12/31 Bruce Johnson: Holland Works, Gallery Four Forty Four (Annville). to 1/5 Mixed Media Exhibit, Wm. Ris Galleries (Camp Hill), Mon.-Sat. 10-5. to 1/9 Christmas: An Ethnic Experience, Wm. Penn Museum. FILMS 12/10 My Brilliant Career (Australian drama ) , HACC, 8pm, Free. 12/28 Treasure Island (Children's), Wm. Penn Museum, 1pm, $1 12/29 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (Children's), Wm. Penn Museum, 1pm, $1. , 12/30 March of the Wooden Soldiers AND BAMBI (Children's), Wm. Penn Museum, 1pm, $1. THEATRE 12/11 Fred Waring Show, Her...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982
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^^B iltjHl] j£t m -S _ ^jT^ -^i ^-_-i ___^^^ [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982
^^B iltjHl] j£t m -\S _ ^jT^ -^i ^-_-i ___^^^ By Mike Markle Warren Zevon—The Envoy Listening to Warren Zevon's latest release "The Envoy" (Asylum) is the audio equivalent of reading the Sunday newspaper. It's all there in Zevon's songs—the hard news, editorials, comic strips, and advice to the lovelorn. Zevon has overcome a drinking problem which flawed his previous efforts to concentrate on delivering his most consistent album to date. Zevon, the king of west coast album-oriented-rock, has surrounded himself with toplevel Los Angeles session musicians—most notably Jeff Porcaro (of "Toto" fame), Leland Sklar, and Waddy Watchel. The result is a highly articulate thirty-minute discourse on the world according to Zevon. The most engaging track here is the title song—opening up with a haunting synthesizer and dense drum sound that sets the serious tone of the subject—world unrest. The envoy is, of course, Zevon. His job description: Thinp got hot in El Salvador! CIA jot caugh...
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DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDGPflDDDODDDDDDan The Reel World DDDDDDnnnDDDDDDDDDDD naDDDDDDDDDDnnG By Marsha Larsen Second chances don't often come along. If you didn't see Time Bandits the first time around, don't miss this rereleased movie, again at area theatres. In the film, six of the Supreme Being's dwarf helpers have stolen the master time map of the creation. They set out to rob every era of its wealth, with the aid of the map, and to make a killing. The Supreme Being chases them through one time warp after another. At one of their stops, they pick up Kevin, a 20thcentury mini-genius armed with flashlight and Polaroid camera. The dwarves have burst through the young boy's closet in an unsuccessful attempt to escape their master. The seven drop together through time holes into various reinvented histories. They meet Napoleon at a castle in Castiglione after he has conquered and looted Italy. The mad emperor, obsessed with his dirninutiveness (he's only 5'1"), loves "to see li...
_2 o" Q 09 I cr o_ [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982
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Is the bookstore for learning or earning? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983
Is the bookstore for learning or earning? Photograph by Mark Clouser First impressions are often accurate as you look inside the Capitol Campus Bookstore doorway to see empty shelves and an institutional atmosphere. i«wv"vv^m By Monica Auld "Our bookstore doesn't have enough books and it's hard to read and learn wimout books. " says an Bth-term education major. ' It's not a bookstore. It's a warehouse. " a Humanities professor says. "You can't seH your books hare or buy used ones, so you end up keeping them and not having any use for mem,"says a tOthterm engineering major. ' The bookstore 's policies are inflexible in reference to student end faculty services ," says an Education professor. ' The books you want may don't have, but if you don't need one it's always there," says an Bth-term business major. Prompted by numerous complaints against the Capitol Campus Bookstore—complaints from both students and faculty—a team of Capitol Times reporters set out to compare our store...
. Former Ail-American to sing at cultural event [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983
. Former Ail-American to sing at cultural event Coming February 8 Former Ail-American quarterback Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick, who now is a Baptist minister and folk singer known as the "troubadour of non-violence," will perform at Penn State Capitol Campus on Tuesday, Feb. 8, at 12:15 p.m. in the auditorium of the Olmsted Building. The presentation is free and open to the public. A fearless opponent of racism and injustice, Rev. Kirkpatrick sings contemporary folk songs, which have been described by The New York Times as a "powerful weapon of ideas." Kirkpatrick has performed with Peter Seeger and has four recordings to his credit, including "Ballads of Black America," which was recorded in 1970. For his involvement in New York City's West Side community affairs and his founding of the Many Races Cultural Foundation there, Rev. Kirkpatrick was bestowed an honorary Phd.D. degree from the School of Social Work of Columbia University. SSMSSF'
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983
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Briefly | [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983
Briefly | Weather Day Office Due to constantly changing weather conditions, a "Weather Day Office" has been set up by the Campus Relations staff to inform students who call of class cancellations. The office will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday, during severely inclement weather only. Local radio and television stations will be notified only if the school is completely closed. The "Weather Day Office" phone number is: 948-6000. Returning Women discussion The Family Protection Act, the Reagan administration and women, and an individual's influence on government will be topics of a discussion lead by Dr. Carol Nechemias. The Returning Women organization has planned this discussion which will be held Thursday, Jan. 27 at 8 p.m. in the BCAC Lounge, room W-132. The discussion is open to the public. Financial Aid deadline According to James H. Lane, Financial Aid Counselor, Feb. 15 is the deadline for completing the 1983-84 Financial Aid forms. Students w...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983
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PA industries provide foundation for Tech Center [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983
PA industries provide foundation for Tech Center By Pat Wenger On January 22 the University Board of Trustees met and approved construction of Capitol Campus' first solely academic facility. The Technology Center will enlarge laboratory space and bring the University closer to Pennsylvania's technology industries. Completion is scheduled for fall, 1984. Last summer the Capitol Campus formally announced the start of the capital campaign to raise $550,000 for the construction of a $2 million Technology Center on the campus. At the December Board of Advisers meeting, members heard the good news that the goal had been met. The Technology Center will include laboratories for chemistry, physics, water resources, life sciences, computation, energy and materials/geology, plus classrooms, seminar rooms and offices. Although it is designed to reduce the overcrowding that now occurs in the campus labs, its completion will not significantly free up any classroom space in the Olmsted B...
Meade reaches Heights with sex toy party [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983
Meade reaches Heights with sex toy party Photograph by Jerry Trently By Marsha Larsen Toys ranging from gag gifts to serious sex selex-tions were offered for sale at the adultsonly SensualWare party Wednesday night, Jan. 19, at the Student Center. The event, held as a fund raiser, was sponsored by the Meade Heights Community Council. SensualWare is like Tupperware - both use the home party format, and both demonstrate products guaranteed to preserve freshness. SensualWare rep. Gary Glitz presented Novelty items (including incredible edibles - candy pants and tasty briefs), Games (...sensual people play), Fashions for Passion (frocks from "Ooh-La-La" to "Tonight's the Night") , and many other ornaments, instruments, and unguents for extra-sexy people. Party-goers paid on the spot for purchases to be shipped at a later date. Glitz required proof of age before he accepted orders. About 30 braved the cold for the hot time at the party. None were in trenchcoats. V.P. Tim DeZorz...