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

BRIEFS Gallery Lounge Art Exhibit Sept. 3-27 Paperworks invitational group show featuring twelve leading irtists in the field of handmade papermaking. Organized by Helen l-'rederick of Baltimore's Pyramid Prints and Paperworks and funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, Visual Arts Visual Program. Live in the Gallery Lounge teve Rudolph Duo - jazz duet, piano and bass. Sept. 23 (12:15 p.m.) jallcry Lounge Mmsted Building ilm Scries sept. 19 (12:15 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.) \uditorium Olmsted Building "His Girl Friday": Part one and two, directed by Howard Mawks and stars Gary Grant, Ralph Bellamy and Rosaline Russell. sept. 26 (12:15 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.) \uditorium Olmsted Building "Thirty-Nine Steps": Part one and two directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

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

At last Tuesday's Provost Picnic, students endulged in hot dog*/beans, lemonade, and potato chips, lounged on the dress, listened to a )azz band, and heard brief comments (rem.the provost. Food service personnel prepared for 1,000 picnickers but fewer than 1,000 of the' campus' 2500 students showed up. Pholo by Stacy Krn/aic

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Business world at Capitol: Consider this... [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

Business world at Capitol: Consider this... by Tom Becker The first in a series, this column seeks to foster thought and insight with respect to the role of the student in society and the role of society in a student's life. With that, let us consider a recent event which has recieved far too little press. The subject is the proposed"bailout" of the U.S. shoe industry. The battle shapes up like this. The industry is on one side. The shoe manufacturers are being squeezed by foreign competition. They wish to have the U.S. government initiate protectionist policies in order to make the domestic producers more competative. We find President Reagan on the other side. Citing principles found in laws addressing market structure, such as antitrust, the request is denied. Now, it is quite simple to see the reasoning behind each stand. The shoe industry - management and union - wish to maintain their personal standard of living without altering capitol requirements or production stand...

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

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Capitol Campus welcomes [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

Capitol Campus welcomes John Morreail John Morreail, a new professor in the Humanities division this semester, earned a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Toronto. According to Morreail, one of his professional goals is to make engineers see the value of Humanities. "Humanities courses lead people to develop a questioning about what is going on around them, after all TMI is right outside the window." Morreail said he likes the interdisciplinary nature of Capitol and feels it has potential! He most recently taught at Santa Clara University in California and Northwestern University. He currently teaches Western Tradition 1 (Hum 311) and Technology and Humanities (Hum 302). AM Emdad Ali Emdad is the new assistant professor of computer applications. Emdad received a Ph.D. in information science from Case Western University in Cleveland, Ohio. Emdad taught at Appalachian State University in North Carolina for three and a half years. Currently, he is involved in resear...

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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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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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Priceless... [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

Priceless... Editorial The battle between liberals and conservatives rages on. The liberals favor a cooperative policy, one that gives aid to those in need. The consevatives argue that to give support to the poor and needy encourages failure and mediocrity. They favor a strict free market approach that rewards enterprise and success. The conservatives argue that true competition encourages quality and achievement. The African problems shatter the idea that need is always caused by laziness or lack of motivation. There are times when the strong should help the weak. American history is a story of cooperation as will as competition. A blend of these approaches is necessary. A minor skirmish in this continuing debate was fought on campus Wednesday. Provost Ruth Levanthal met with members of the Humanities Department to discuss the needs and fate of the humanities at Capitol Campus. The faculty presented the provost with a partial list of improvements they th...

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"TV is my guide" [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

"TV is my guide" Television has really helped me to become a better person. I had been going through life convinced my parents had shown me the proper way to act, but a closer inspection of television's more popular shows has shown me a better way. I have learned varied things covering the whole spectrum from how to treat women to how to drive my car properly. The old me thought that women actually meant what they said. If they gave "no" signals it meant no, "yes" signals meant yes. From "Three's Company" and "Too Close for Comfort" I learned that yes means no and I have been able to save myself from some potentially embarrassing situations. The Suzanne Somers character on "Three's Company" and the blond daughter on "Too Close for Comfort" shattered my original idea of women. Although they wear clothes so tight it would be impossible for a wrinkle to ever form, this in no way means they are trying to attract men. Every time either of these characters has invited a man to be ...

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

COLLEGE READING LIST

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 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. McQuain - Staff Writer Alan Pincus Staff Writer . . . . . ... Prinlnl at the Pros and Jouml, Advising and consulting ™ w Middtelown. Texl disks proc...

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CROSS WORD PUZZLE [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

CROSS WORD PUZZLE FROM COLLEGE PRESS SERVICE ACROSS 1 Grain 4 Small factories 9 Guide's high note 12 By way of 13 Labors 14 Vigor: colloq. 15 Everyone 16 Partner 17 Disturbance 18 In good season 20 Laugh 21 Note of scale 23 Pigpen 24 Easy to do 28 Wine cup 30 Sweated 32 Strokes 34 Anglo-Saxon money 35 Title of respect 36 Mississippi River side-wheelers 39 City in Iran 40 Caught sight of 41 Article 43 Sun god 44 Again: prefix 45 Athletic groups 47 Nobleman 50 Young salmon . 51 Playing card 54 Cravat I © 1884 United Feature Syndicate Puzzle Answer 55 Trio 56 Be in debt 57 Skill 58 Pays attention 59 Damp DOWN 1 Eggs 2 Be ill 3 Story 4 Begins 5 Motion-picture capital 6 Unctuous 7 Work at one's trade 8 Steamship: abbr. 9 Slender finial 10 Sign of zodiac 11 Likely 17 Sped 19 Equally 20 Head covering 21 Fall into disuse 22 Oriental nurses 24 Showered praise upon 25 Country of Asia 26 Nocturnal mammal 27 Dropsy 29 Above and touching 31 Pitching stat. 33 Whirling motion...

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New faces [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

New faces (continued from pg. 7) New York. Brand is currently pursuing a full-time independent research. This independent research involves a cross-sectional study of remarriage and stepparenting. From Sept. 1983 until Aug. 1984, Brand had a Clinical Psychology internship from the department of psychology at the Friends Hospital and the Robert A. Clark outpatient clinic in Philadelphia, Pa. Brand currently resides in Philadelphia, Pa. Alhamdoullah Ansary Alhamdoullah "Omid" Ansary of Highspire is another new addition to the engineering faculty. Ansary received a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Akron, in Ohio and is currently working towards a Ph.D. One of the main reasons Ansary said he came to Capitol Campus was because he was very impressed with the quality of faculty here. "I feel that a good faculty insures better output," Ansary said. He also said that the courses offered and the engineering department in general contributed to his sele...

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

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Sting's debut solo LP: Jazzy [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985

Sting's debut solo LP: Jazzy Stings' first solo album,"The Dream of the Blue Turtles" is as unusual as its name. Produced during the rumored breakup of The Police, it seems that Sting is turning away from his recent musical success and moving toward other styles of . I think the biggest surprise on the album is that Sting chose not to play bass, except for one song, "Moon Over Bourbon Street," rather, he chose to play guitar. Fans who have seen his video of "Message in a Bottle" know that Sting is a fine guitar player. His guitar style has undoubtedly been influenced by Police guitarist Andy Summers who is known throughout the music industry for his simple guitar lines. An example of this can be heard on Sting's "Fortress Around Your Heart" in which the song begins with a simple yet very effective guitar hne. As the other instruments enter, this Vine becomes the bass of the verse. Sting switches to a funky guitar beat during the cridrtiif fyrovidfag^tMeW counterpoint to th...

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