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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

Capitol Happenings Sept. 3-27 Gallery Lounge Art Exhibit Paperworks invitational group show featuring 12 leading artists in the field of handmade papermaking. Organized by Helen Frederick of Baltimore's Pyramid Prints and funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, Visual Arts Program. Sept. 5 Gallery Forum (12:15 p.m.) "What's News: Choosing What the Public Should Gallery Lounge know." Panelists: Dale Davenport, Patriot News; Sandy Starobin, WKYW Radio; Terry Guerrisi, WHP-TV; Tony Romeo, WGAL-TV. Moderators: Eton Churchill, assistant professor of humanities and multi-media journalism; Mark S. Guralnick, assistant professor of humanities. Sept. 9 Live in the Gallery Lounge All Strung Out- folk and blues, guitar, hammer dulcimer, mandolin. (12:15 p.m.) Gallery Lounge

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Student court seeks 4 justices [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

Student court seeks 4 justices Chief Justice Eugene Monahan photo by John Drexler by Stacy Krnjaic Student Court, the judicial body of Student Government Association, is seeking four new justices to fill its eight member team, according to Chief Justice Eugene Monahan. Currently, the court has four members, Chief Justice Monahan and justices Jim Frey, Mike Noto and Darryl Schlappich, all residents of Meade Heights. They are looking for representatives from Church and Wrisberg halls and two commuters. "We're trying to fulfill the guidelines and to follow traditional ways of getting justices," Monahan said. "We'd like to have every type of student represented." The Student Court is a governmental organization in charge of student traffic violations and disciplinary problems in both the dormatories and Meade Heights. It meets at a designated place every other week for approximately one hour to hear cases. This semester it is looking for "We're trying to fulfill the guidelines...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

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Tuition - Where does it go? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

Tuition - Where does it go? Editorial What are we paying for? We can justify the increase in tuition, apart from increased operating costs as reflected by the national inflationary rate, as going toward faculty and administration salaries. We think the additional revenues Capitol Campus receives are not benefitting the students here. We understand it costs money to hire advanced degree professionals at Capitol Campus, after all maintaining a university sized research facility doesn't come cheap. We must have these facilities because most professors are interested in doing research in their obscure specialties. The university environment at Capitol is perfect for this reason. Although mankind may be better off by knowing the process by which Monarch butterflies produce their young or how certain Appalachian folks can carve a chain out of wood, it doesn't help the students unless they're avid players of Trivial Pursuit. When tuition goes up students who hav...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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To a new future... [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

To a new future... We. the staff of the Capitol Times. apologize to all faculty members and especially to all Capitol Campus students for not having published the .two remaining issues of the 1985 Spring Semester. This year your student newspaper,the Capitol Times,has an enthusiastic staff that is totally, committed to the students. We are not only here to inform but to serve the student&pf Capitol Campus. To prove our commitment to you,we will become a weekly student newspaper beginning Oct.24. We hope to win your support by delivering an issue every week while keeping you informed and entertained on a variety of different topics. We encourage every one. no matter what your major . to get involved with the Capitol Times. We want to give you a paper that is fun to read,yet thought provoking.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
"I am the World" [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

"I am the World" Do you feel guilty that you're pigging out on 6000 calories a day while millions starve in Ethiopia? Do you get pangs of conscience whenever you hear that people in South Africa don't have simple human rights while you are sipping a pina colada at the shore? I have come up with a simple way for you to relieve your guilt and get back to enjoying the good life you so richly deserve. I have constructed the ultimate humanitarian program and it's called I Am the World. Rather than send money to any of these supposedly worthy causes in addition to cancer research, battered children, etc., I suggest you send all your money to me and I guarantee relief for your guilt. You may ask what I'll give you for your money. I promise to spend much of it in an effort to get the gloom merchants off the air and in replacing them with contented people so you'll be able to feel better about yourself. Why should you have to watch whimpering Sally Struthers harping on about all thos...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

Capitol Times Friday, August 30, 1985 Vol.20, No.1 Published by the students of Penn State's Capitol Campus, Middletown, PA 17057 The Capitol Times welcomes letters from readers. Letters intended for publication must be signed by the author and indicate his/her club or organization affiliation, if any. The Capitol Times reserves the right to edit or reject letters at its discretion. Letters published do not necessarily reflect the views of this newspaper or its staff. Dave Donlin ............ Editor-in-Chief Stacy Krnjaic ......................Production Manager Maria Kent................. ..........News Editor Joseph Michalsky...... ........ Managing Editor Jennette Dell'Alba „......„.. Advertising Manager Beverly Halbrook....—.......Public Relations Manager. Michael Brill Business Manager ' John Drexler Photo Editor Ken Stiggers Staff Writer Jane A. McQualn —- Staff Writer Alan Pincus - Staff Writer Prilled at Ike Preta mat JOTWBI, Advising and consulting mmmm.T«« di*. proceed M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
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CROSS WORD PUZZLE [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

CROSS WORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Newly married woman 6 Goddess of the hunt 11 Newest 13 Cake mix 14 Above 15 Restaurant workers 17 Symbol for titanium 18 Wooden pin 20 Join 21 Devoured 22 Tolls 24 Obtain 25 Lubricates 26 Soaks, as cotton 26 Colonize 30 Verse 32 Ceremony 33 Writing implement 35 Roman tyrant 37 Attitude 38 Title of respect 40 Lasso 42 Decay 43 Beef animal 45 Snare 46 Negative prefix 47 Squanderer 49 Sun god 50 Tidier 52 Sailor 54 Handle 55 Capital of Tibet DOWN 1 Deceive 2 Sword 3 Kind of type: abbr. 4 Condensed moisture 5 Brother of Jacob 6 Challenge FROM COLLEGE PRESS SERVICE 7 Possessive pronoun 8 Near 9 Irritate 10 Sign of zodiac 12 High-pitched sound 13 Improve 16 Cravats 19 Most profound 21 Part of airplane 23 Rock 25 Aquatic - mammal 27 Dry, as wine 29 Metal 31 Title of respect 33 More indigent 34 Hold on property 36 Musical dramas 37 Publish 39 Cerise and crimson 41 Babylonian hero 43 Barracuda 44 Walk unsteadily 47 Music: as written 48 Cheer 'W Diprrt...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

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Big Adventure, one laugh after another [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

Big Adventure, one laugh after another by Ken Stfggers • Pee Wee's Big Adventure proves to be a "laugh a minute" and a "comic fantasy." The film features comedian Pee Wee Herman and his unusual and abstract brand of humor which had viewers in the theater rolling in the aisles with laughter. Herman portrays the nerdy prankster who cherishes his most prized possession a shiny red bicycle. In the movie a rich and envious neighbor(portraying the bad guy) wants Pee Wee's bike. So, he hires a couple of "thugs" to steal Her man's prized possession. When Pee Wee discovers that his bicycle is stolen, he experiences emotional stages of depression, desperation and determination. The Big Adventure begins when Pee Wee searches fpr his bike. He pays a phony fortune teller to use her crystal ball to locate the bicyle. The fortune teller gives Herman a bad lead by telling him that his bike is somewhere in Texas. When "our hero" arrives in Texas, he realizes that the fortune teller conned hi...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Change in Times [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

Change in Times (continued from pg. 1) technology, behavioral science, education and public policy departments; assistant photo editor, and an editorial cartoonist and .illustrator. Interested students should come to the Times office in romm W-129, Olmstead Building or call 944-4970. "I'm very excited about it," said Assistant Professor Mark S. Guralnick, the newspaper's advisor. "The staff seems more zealous and ambitious than in the past, and they're treating the journalistic process in a very professional manner." Several issues of the Capitol Times were not published during the spring semester following a series of personality clashes among staff members and with advisor Guralnick. Following those clashes, a new staff constitution was drafted and new operating procedures were set forth. In May, an election was held in which Donlin ran unopposed for editor and was overwhelmingly supported by the staff. "I hope to make the paper more appealing to students, by giving studen...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
New bookstore manager promises change [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

New bookstore manager promises change by Maria . L. Kent The former manager of Penn State's Shenango Valley campus bookstore has been appointed the new bookstore manager at Capitol Campus, replacing former manager William Kistler who retired. Cindy Salatino, who managed the Shenango Valley store for six years, began her new position here Aug. 1. She is a graduate of Slippery Rock State College with a bachelor's degree in education. According to Salatino, several changes at the campus bookstore are being made. One of the first changes was to hire seven part-time students as cashiers and stock persons, something which according to Salatino, was lacking in the past. The new manager plans to make what once was "a faculty -oriented' bookstore''..."a student's bookstore." Salatino said, "cashiers would walk away from students in order to wait on faculty members." She continued, "we are here for the students." Salatino's plans include a Book Buy Back Day, slated for sometime this...

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