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

^^^^^^aiMimtmaMKmiimimmimaM^ GOING TO LAW SCHOOL? THEN YOU NEED TO TAKE THE LAW SCHOOL ADMISSIONS TEST AND DO WELL!! / NV / Of course, you can run to a bookstore and buy some assembly-line study guide on the LSAT. Or you can sign up for / f one of those preparatory courses offered only in Philadelphia which cost you $400 and up, not including travel expenses. j\\ y^V If you're brave and brilliant, you can walk into the LSAT cold... with no preparation. ^t^C \ ^ OR you can take the one course offered in Harrisburg, the one course with a convenient weekend meeting time, the one ^^ ^v y course taught by lawyers and professors who know about testing, and the one and only course for under $250. 1/ . Sign Up now for American Testing Simulator's LSAT STIMULATION COURSE />x\ All day, Sept. 21-22 at the Holiday Inn Center City in Harrisburg. / / It's the only course which simulates every section, style and format of the questions on the LSAT. / y>\ Act now! The next LSAT wil1...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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SGA [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

SGA (continued from pg. 1) President Gasiorek is looking forward to her year in SGA. She said she has great confidence in the new staff. "We have a good group this year. They're a cohesive group," she said. "We need a group that works together, and I think that's what we have."

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Campus art exibit [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

Campus art exibit (CPS)-Thanks to the economic recovery, the market for student interns seems to have reversed itself in the last few weeks. A number of campuses around the country report businesses are offering more internships this fall, and that the campus cooperative education offices are having a hard time finding enough students to satisfy the demand. "Placement is up this semester due to the turnaround in the economy," reports Keith Kirby, co-op ed director at Wichita State University. "For the first time, employers are calling us for students." The third of a series of Art exhibits featuring the work of local artist/educators is currently hanging in the Humanities Suite Gallery. This month's artist is Susan Gottlieb, an art teacher at Donegal High school in Mount Joy. Her drawings and paintings are abstractions of simple organic forms and shadows. They are the products of two graduate courses she completed this summer at the Maryland Institute College of Arts in Ba...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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The Crue, Scorpions - Metal madness [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

The Crue, Scorpions - Metal madness Crue The sultan purveyors of unadulterated, headbanging, free expression music have once again fulfilled their expectations with yet another album designed to satisfy even the most dedicated metal head. Who else could fit this description but the Heavy Metal maniacs themselves, Motley Crue. The Crue's latest album, "Theatre Of Pain" (Elektra) combines hard-hitting metal with meaningful lyrics such as those found in "Home Sweet Home" and "Fight For Your Rights." The loud, earthshattering sound that made the Crue famous is clearly exemplified with "Louder Than Hell," "Use It Or Lose It" and "Keep Your Eye On The Money." Probably the most recognizable song on the "Theatre Of Pain" Lp is "Smokin' In The Boys Room," a classic remake of the Brownsville Station hit. The Crue sounded in top form when they rocked the Allentown Fairgrounds with three encores drawing out the old Elvis song, "Jailhouse Rock" (to be released on their next album, poss...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Expectations [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 30 August 1985

Expectations (continued from pg. 1) the total hours of study to 30 to 50 hours a week. Another multi-media student, Kathy Germain, expects to maintain a 2.5 to 3.0 average by studying six hours a week for each of her classes. Germain said,"high school is nothing compared to college...you really have to learn how to study in college." Germain also said there is a definite link between grades and study hours which disagrees with what the study found. Maria Dougherty.a public policy student, expects a 3.0 average in college compared to a 3.5 in high school. Dougherty said she plans to spend 40 hours a week studying for her classes. Rosemary Brooks, a multimedia student expects to maintain a 3.0 average at Capitol. Brooks plans on studying an average of 30 hours a week for her classes. Brooks said that regular class attendance helps her understand her courses more clearly.

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

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Engineers tops in the state [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

Engineers tops in the state Some of Capitol's engineering students work on applications in one of the campus' laboratories on the second floor. Photo by John Duller by Karen Hubler and Sharon O/mstead • Special to The Times Capitol Campus ranks No. 1 in the state and No. 11 in the nation for the number of enrollments and graduates in' engineering technology, according to William Welsh, head of the Science, Engineering, and Technology Department at Capitol Campus. Figures in May 1985 support these statistics. Welsh attributed the high enrollment to the growing engineering needs of industry. Students choose the Capitol Campus engineering program over the four other technology said. The other four schools are Gannon College, Erie; Garden College, _ Philadelphia; Pitt at Johnstown; ' and Temple University, Philadelphia. "I wish it weren't so high!" said Welsh of an attrition rate which averages approximately one-third. The enrollment in 1982 was 335 while the graduate number...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Student Court appoints four [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

Student Court appoints four by Stacy Krnjalc Three juniors and one senior have been appointed to the positions of Student Court justices after being approved at last thursday's Student Government Association meeting, according to Student Court Chief Justice Eugene Monahan. After evaluating the 12 applications for the justice positions, Monahan gave recom mendations of the four students he thought were "best qualified" for the positions. SGA officials gave their approval after viewing the applications and two of the four members were appointed at that same meeting. Knansie Griffing, 21, a junior majoring in marketing from Norristown, has been appointed and sworn in as the justice representing Church Hall dormitory. Also sworn in was Patrick Basso, 21, a second semester junior majoring in computer applications from Harrisburg. Annette Adams, 20, a junior public policy major who commutes from Mechanicsburg, and James Douglas Pyles, a junior finance/marketing major have both b...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Minority enrollment increases [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

Minority enrollment increases by Ken Stlggers and Dave Rhinehardt Special to The Time; Minority offers of enrollment at Capitol Campus increased 69 percent this year according to the Capitol Campus enrollment chief. During the fall semester registration period, 85 black students applied to Capitol Campus. Of the 85 who applied, 25 were accepted and 16 eventually completed the enrollment process and are currently attending Capitol, according to Sandra Zerbe, director of enrollment planning on campus. Of the 16 black students currently studying at Capitol, 8 are transferees from other campuses within the Penn State system. Ten are females and six are males. Capitol Campus officials are presently developing plans to launch a "comprehensive recruitment drive within the state using current and past Capitol Campus students as recruiters," Zerby said. "We have an excellent group here." Many black students suggested a student center for minorities. This would help to further the int...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Undergrad enrollment plummets 8.8 percent [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

Undergrad enrollment plummets 8.8 percent by Pam Bromily and Alice Martin Special to The Times Undergraduate enrollment dropped 8.8 percent at Capitol Campus according to statistics from Admissions Director Sandra Zerby. Enrollment figures for 1985 -were unavailable at press time. However, admissions figures show a drop from last year of 55 students. Admissions are those students who have been accepted and paid the admission fee; enrollments are those who register for classes. Reasons for the decrease in undergraduated enrollment is, unclear since graduate enroll ment has increased in the same: time period, Zerby said. A fourfold master plan is being developed to increase recruitment of undergraduate students, Zerby said. The plan includes mailings to prospective students, visits to college campuses, open> house visitation programs and contact days, she said. To implement the plan, information about the campus will be sent to students at Harrisburg Area Community Coll...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Arts Festival. Sept. 21 [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

Arts Festival. Sept. 21 by Rosemary Brooks and Kathy Germain Special to the Times The Science and Technology Building's gallery lounge will be the scene for paper sculpture exhibits. The Arts and Crafts market will be held Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Between 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., Karen Paust of the Gallery in York will conduct a hands-on workshop on Western paper making. From 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Helen Frederick, Director of Baltimore Pyramid Prints and Paper Works, will run a workshop on Japanese paper making. The fee for each session is five dollars and applications will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Capitol's staff, students and the general public are welcome. Applications can be obtained in the office of student activities and must be in by September 14th. This celebration is being organized and sponsored by the Cultural Affairs Committee, office of Student Activities and the Greater Harrisburg Arts Council. In cooperation with Capitol Campus, the Pr...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
CU gets help with minority recruitment [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

CU gets help with minority recruitment by Ken Stiggers Penn State University will establish a community recruitment center at Capitol Campus according to Penn State officials. The center, (to be built at the admissions building) will serve not only Capitol Campus students but the greater Harrisburg area. According to Thelma Price, assistant vice president for academic services at university park, the university has not established when the center will open. , "The community center will serve as an outreach base for minority students in the greater Harrisburg area," said Victoria Vallestaples, director of minority admissions and community affairs, University Park. Also, the center will be a part of a coordinating recruitment process with University Park, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh, according to Price. Currently, there are 16 minorities enrolled for the this semester at Capitol Campus of which 8 are transferees from other campuses in the Penn State University system. "The ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

I it it ft ft ft ft tfr ft ft ft ft ft ft ft * ft ft ft ft it ft it ft ft * ft HEY, SENIORS!!! Do you want your college years to fade into the woodwork? Or would you rather treasure them in this year's CAPITOLITE? Last year .SGA spent money to make a yearbook and it fell through. WHY? Because the senior class left it all up to one person! Lucky for them, a Kind soul put together a "supplement." SGA doen't want to see this year's senior class without a yearbook, so they're asking for your help! •••*••••••••••••••*•••••• * * jc To be on the Capitolite staff, Contact Gene %. * Monahan, 818-B Weaver, 944-5098. 3. •fc Remember, with pictures memories jj. jc can't fade! jj. *•••••••••••••*•••••••••#

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

Please fill out this survey and drop it off at the SGA office, 212. (1) Are you interested in a yearbook? yes no (2) Are you interested in supplement? yes no (3) You don't want anything? yes no (4) Are you willing to help put together a yearbook? yes no if yes, NAME ADDRESS PHONE :

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Media panel debates: "What's News?" [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

Media panel debates: "What's News?" by Maria L. Kent Arguments over whethei television is "news" sparked debate among panelists in print and broadcast journalism at a panel discussion held on Sept. 5. "TV by nature is a fraud...TV distorts us," said Sandy Sarobin of KYW radio. The panel discussion entitled "What's News: Choosing What the Public Should Know," centered around whether broadcast journalism, mainly television, gave the public "news" or just headlines of the news. Also discussed was what is news and media as a business. The panel debated whether the mass media are messengers or social reformers. Terri Guerrisi, assignment editor for WHP-TV, said that elements of social reform are present in the mass media. Sandy Sarobin, KYW radio, said, "If you per-. form your job as a journalist, you are definitely a social reformer." According to Dale Davenport, city editor of the Harrisburg Patriot, moral code and ethics, fairness and accuracy are the necessary ingredients whe...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

GOING TO LAW SCHOOL? 1 THEN YOU NEED TO TAKE THE LAW SCHOOL ADMISSIONS TEST AND DO WELL!! / \y Of course, you can run to a bookstore and buy some assembly-line study guide on the LSAT. Or you can sign up for / £ one of those preparatory courses offered only in Philadelphia which cost you $400 and up, not including travel expenses. i \ V /y\. If you're brave and brilliant, you can walk into the LSAT cold... with no preparation. ^k ^ / \ ^ NL OR you can take the one course offered in Harrisburg, the one course with a convenient weekend meeting time, the one N. y course taught by lawyers and professors who know about testing, and the one and only course for under $250. ' IS Sign Up now for American Testing Simulator's LSAT STIMULATION COURSE /Sx\ All day, Sept. 21-22 at the Holiday Inn Center City in Harrisburg. / / It > s the only course which simulates every section, style and format of the questions on the LSAT. / ^ / Y\. Act now! The next LSAT wiI1 be administered in Octob...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

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