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Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

Letters to the Editor Dear Editor: I would like to thank those of you who voted for me. I am pleased to be the Junior Business Senator. There is one thing that irks me. There were less than 200 Juniors who voted out of approximately 700 Juniors. The majority of you still do not know me so I am going to have office hours from 1 to 1:30 Mondays in the SGA office W-104. I'll be there to hear your complaints and ideas, but also I'll be there to meet you. Come by just to get acquainted. For anyone who cannot make it to see me on Monday, my address is 1706 Penn Street, Harrisburg, and my phone number is 234-4304. Steve Wesley — Jr. Bus. Senator Dear Editor; There have been many criticisms made this term about the Student Government. Obviously, some are and some are not justified. Without starting a "who's to blame" campaign, I want to offer each and every student a chance to "do your bit" for the SGA. I now need people to serve on numerous committees with various duties. Of all th...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Polarization: WHAT WE CAN DO [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

Polarization: WHAT WE CAN DO GUEST EDITORIAL by Roger L. Hawkins Many students, I am sure, are aware that polarization exists on campus. The question is what we the students want to do about it. Also, to make conditions between black and white students on campus better, we have to first of all want to change our way of thinking. For those of you white students who want to do something about polarization on campus, abandon, or at least try to abandon your stereotype views of blacks and try to learn and understand us as we really are. One way you can help to change conditions on campus is by making yourself known to any blacks on campus. The other way is to take a course in black literature. In any event you are not going to make the situation better by going around wishing you could do something about it. Get involved, communicate with the blacks and we will answer any problem you might have concerning our race. No one will know how you feel unless you make your feelings know...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Who Knows The SGA? Anyone * [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

Who Knows The SGA? Anyone * by Missy Rotondaro Do you know your senator ? Who's representing you in the SGA? Recently, a few of us have been running around Meade Heights, the dorms, veriderville, asking these questions. And what have we come up with? You can get the picture from these few examples. Q. "Do you know who the SGA president is?" A. "Lenny Thompson." Q. "Wrong. Think harder. Who is he?" A. ".Neil Madonic." Still another gem. Q. "Do you know who the SGA president is ?" A. "Levan Wolf." Onward we searched. Q. "Do you know who your SGA senator is?" A. "Hugh Scott." Q. "No. Who is your senator from Capitol Campus representing you?" A. "What senator." Q. "Your SGA senator. Who is it?" A. "I don't think they have them in my curriculum." We kept trying. Q. "Have, you ever been to an SGA meeting?" A. "Yes." Q. ' "What did you get out of it?" A. "A lot of laughs. It was a circus." Isn't this amazing? Isn't this truly amazing? These are only a few examples. We have many, ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

Staff of the CAPITOLIST Editor: Sports: RO SCANLON TONY McGOVBRN Contributors: Assistant Editors: ANN OSTROSKI LEE NELL LU ANN BERULIS TOM HAGAN MISSY ROTUNDARO MICHAEL RIX Business Managers: rHLA^tLIE ^ BUSaiaoN DONH DAVIS IARX ROGER HAWKINS SKIP LEWIS Photographers: TERRY WIMMER JOHN FANELLY RICHARD POLUN ERIC MURRAY CHANDLER WOLF

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Vehicle Registration Fees Discussed [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

Vehicle Registration Fees Discussed by Skip Lewis "Man, it's an outrage! ! I blow a ten-spot just to have the privilege of owning a car. $7.50 is much too high to pay for vehicle registration. Where does all that money go? What does it go for?" Have a familiar riii£? I'm sure that if you own a car it does. At one time or another we've all heard or expounded ourselves on the "injustice" of paying such a high vehicle registration. The questions "Why $7.50?" and "Where does all that money go?" have be6n around year after year. Let's see if we can put them somewhat to rest. SGA President Lee Levan wrote to Director Colman Herpel asking the wheres, whats, and whys. Herefrom context is Mr. Herpels's reply. "All vehicle use fees paid by Capitol students are credited to this campus for use when expansion, repair, or replacement of parking spaces and access roadways becomes necessary. No construction at any other campus is charged to Capitol. Should Capitol require an expenditure for...

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Chandler Wolf SGA Vice President [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

Chandler Wolf SGA Vice President SPOTLIGHT ON STUDENTS by Missy Rotondaro Chandler Wolf, Vice President of the Student Government Association, is a man on the go. Chandler, born in North Philadelphia, attended Northeastern Christian Junior College in Villanova, Pa., where he received his Liberal Arts degree. He is presently enrolled in the Social Science curriculum taking Secondary Education as his option. As I have said, Chandler is a man on the go. Most people probably do not have this impression because basically he is a very quiet, soft spoken individual. But Chandler does get things done. He ACTS, very discreetly, very cautiously to accomplish his goal. And things do get done. Besides being Vice President of SGA, he is also a member of the Black Student Union, and is special assistant to Mr. Slygh, Director of Admissions. Also, last year, Chandler, along with Bill Jones, attended the March Against Repression in Atlanta, Georgia, sponsored by the Southern Christian Lea...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
We Are The People [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

We Are The People by Richard Polun There is a great deal of discussion and time devoted on this campus to the subject of apathy. Many people contend, at the risk of sounding repititous, too many go home on weekends, and cannot get involved in political or social events. On Wednesday, the 21st. of October at three o'clock p.m. Mr. Norval Reece came to speak at Capitol Campus. With him was Mr. Jerry Leib who is running for State Legislature in the 106th District. Both of these men have a special significance to the students at Capitol. Attention also should be paid to the fact that this was a Wednesday, not a weekend. Everybody was here, and aside from the Engineers, most of us did not have classes. The problem I am concerning myself with here is apathy, and what we can do to control it. Why, two weeks before the election in which we will elect a new Governor, and an entire state legislature were only fifteen people interested enough to come and hear two important political sp...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

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It's Only One Hour.. Twice A Week.. But.. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

It's Only One Hour.. Twice A Week.. But.. TUTORING by Tom Hagen Tutoring in Middletown: What kind of an image does that trigger in your mind? Perhaps it's that of a group of elementary and/or secondary education majors who are getting some experience with "problem children." Maybe you have the idea that the tutors are a bunch of idealistic college students who are ready to change the world. There may be a little truth to both of these images, but the experience of even one of these tutoring sessions will show that there is something more to it. It's dark when you arrive at Olmsted Air Force Base at seven o'clock. Already there are about thirty kids running around outside the building, waiting for the doors to be opened. This is Wednesday night, so it is a grade school session (Monday and Wednesdays are for elementary students,, while Tuesday and Thursday are secondary students' nights). They are mostly black. As some of the tutors get out of their cars, they are greeted by...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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SGA Reacts To H.R2594 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

SGA Reacts To H.R2594 THE COLUMN by Terry K. Wimmer Since coming to Capitol in September, one of the first things I discovered was the amount of apathy and sheer disgust the student body has towards its Student Government. I wasn't surprised, for this same feeling was prevalent at my alumnus, Peirce Junior College in Philadelphia, where I was a member of the Executive Cabinet. I was amazed though to discover how much of the student body feels this way. The feeling is quite vast. I think that you will find though that there is a change in your SGA, especially in the newly elected Junior Senators. We truly give a damn, and we're going to prove to you that we indeed care, and are willing to work for you. I know, you've all heard words like this before. I'm not making any promises, but you'll see action. That's the primary reason for this column; to show you that the SGA is taking action on issues that directly affect you, the student. During the past few weeks, many of you ha...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Wimmer To Head Revision Committee [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

Wimmer To Head Revision Committee One of the first major tasks that this year's Student Senate will undertake is to re-write the SGA Constitution. A new, re-written Constitution was submitted to the Senate last year, but was never approved by the Senate nor the student body. President Lee Levan, in reporting to the Senate at their meeting on October 28, stated that the proposed Constitution was too complicated and needed to be re-examined. With the approval of the Senate, Levan appointed a new Constitutional Commission, with Junior Senator Terry K. Wimmer appointed as Chairman. After a meeting with Levan, and As"st. Dean of Student Affairs Jerry South, Wimmer announced the following timetable for Constitutional revision: A) November 30 — A copy of the revised Constitution will be issued to each residence at Meade Heights, Church and Wrisburg Halls, and will be available to all commuting students. B) December 7 and January 11 — Campus meetings to discuss the proposed Constitu...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

Wash Dry Coin Operated Laundry open 24 hours 7 days a week Middletown Plaza 1 mile east of Capitol Campus on Route 230

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A Dead Tile Tells No Tales [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

A Dead Tile Tells No Tales by Lee Nell Dr. Desmond Morris, in The Naked Ape explains in detail how the human animal came to perform his excretory functions in private. Dogs, cats, cows, birds, and a variety of other animals have no scruples about where, how, or with whom they introduce into the world that mis-defined substance, i.e.-shit. With us, however, it is a different story. We eat together, play and work together, and even shower together. The slogan "Save water, shower with a friend" has become popular in recent times. Can you imagine a button saying "Show your love. Take a dump together" ? Or "Take a friend to the john"? (Excuse me, Walter Jennings!) This all proves that the friendly, local head is really not so friendly. This is especially true of the public lavatory where there are no bits of memorabilia to remind us of home, mother, or apple pie. In short, using the lav on campus can be a very lonely experience. I was depressed even more during my first shot at the...

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A Case Ot Irrational Assinine Fables [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

A Case Ot Irrational Assinine Fables THE EL ED DEPARTMENT by Michael Rix There has been a lot of fables going around about how the Elementary Education curriculum is so easy. Let's look at the real picture and see how it really is. The juniors in the El. Ed. curriculum are required to take a Basic Preparation course four times a week for three hours and fifteen minutes a day plus the other two required courses. Whether the other two courses be Social Studies, Mathematics, Science or Health and Safety it turns out to be a long day. But oh that's not all. The curriculum has been divided into four gVoups with Group I being the lucky ones. Besides the three course load they were assigned a night course on Monday and Tuesday evenings.1 That means that the people in Group I have classes from 8:30 in the morning until 8:30 in the evening. Oh! what fun. For those a little lackadaisical in math it turns out to be a twelve hour school day. Also during the course of each of the thr...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

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Mimeo Machine Precautions [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

Mimeo Machine Precautions by Leroy Levan Recent questions concerning the use of the Gestetnef mimeograph machine have prompted me to set forth a series of guidelines for the use of this machine. The machine is jointly available to the Office of Student Affairs and to students of Capitol CampusY Through the SGA. it is available to either individual students or chartered~ student organizations, subject to the following guidelines: 1. Anyone wishing to have material duplicated should have it delivered to the Student Affairs Office at least 48 hours prior to the time needed. 2. The SGA will provide supplies for any chartered student organization. Individual students who wish to have material duplicated are responsible for providing their own ink, stencils and paper. 3. In order to maintain the highest quality duplication, a student employee will operate the machine. 4. Any individual or chartered organization wishing to have material duplicated must identify themselves on each p...

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MEN OPPRESS WOMEN! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970

MEN OPPRESS WOMEN! TI-GRACE ATKINSON by Ann Ostroski No men! — no sex! — no marriage ! Ti - Grace Atkinson has long passed the age of denouncing marriage, motherhood, and is now" writing elegant analyses of the need to give up sex and love, because both, in her view are fundamentally' means of enslaving females. Ti - Grace is questioning the validity of sex and love . as central pillars in women's life. "I have almost no personal life left," she says, "many women are not yet ready to give that up, but when they see that they're not so much giving up something, but getting rid of it, they will." Miss Atkinson, daughter of an upper class, Louisiana family, tall, elegantly feline, age 31 years is spokeswoman for the militant faction of the feminists. She spoke at Capitol Campus Oct. 19, 1970 at 8 p.m. in the school auditororium. , She was married at 17, with the encouragement of both parents, who hoped domesticity would cool her rebelious spirit, but the marriage desolved aft...

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