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IM Basketball Schedule [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1975
IM Basketball Schedule Monday - Jan 27: 7:00p.m.-#3vs#14 8:00p.m.-#12vs#15 9:00p.m.-#10vs#2 10:00p.m. -#11 vs#16 Tues. Jan 28: 6:00p.m. - #7 vs*10 7:00p.m. - #2 vs #5 Tues - Jan 28 6:00 p.m. - #7 vs #10 7:00p.m. -#2vs#5 8:00p.m. -#8vs#4 9:00 p.m.-#13 vs #14 10:00 p.m. - #6 vs#1 Weds - Jan 29 5:00p.m. -#1vs#11 6:00 p.m. - #2 vs #3 7:00p.m.-8:00pm. -#5vs #12 9:00p.m. -#14vs#8 10:00p.m. ,#16 vs #6 Thurs - Jan 30 7:00 p.m. -#15 vs #7 8:00p.m. -#8vs#9 9:00 p.m.- #4 vs #13 10:00p.m. -#12vs#10 #1 LEFTOVERS #2 ZODIAK #3 EXG.I.'S #4 SPREAD EAGLE INN #5 NADS #6 BROTHERHOOD #7 BENDER BROTHERS #B MEAN MACHINE #9 FLAMES #10 D.P. #11 COURT JESTERS #12 FOUL BALLS #13 FRENCH TICKLERS #14 LOIS #15R.A.'S #16 THE PUBLIC'S PRIDE
IM Scores [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1975
IM Scores BASKETBALL SCORES Tuesday - Jan 14 NADS - 55 LOIS - 27 FOUL BALLS-82 BENDER BROS. -45 COURT JESTERS - 33 MEAN MACHINE-47 FLAMES - 42 D.P. -34 SPREAD EAGLE INN - 53 R.A.'s-27 Wednesday - Jan 15 ZODIAC - 22 LEFT OVERS -18 BROTHERHOOD - 44 FRENCH TICKLERS-41 D.P.-45 SPREAD EAGLE INN - 30 NADS - 32 FLAMES-26 THE PUBLIC'S PRIDE-31 EXG.I.'S-29 Thursday-Jan 16: LOIS-38 R.A.s-27 EX G.l.'s - 28 COURT JESTERS -22 FOUL BALLS-80 ZODIAK - 28 BROTHERHOOD-83 MEAN MACHINE-37
SEXISM IS... [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1975
SEXISM IS... Continued from page two calling it your house..and her housework. respecting ambition in a man..seeing an ambitious woman as castrating, aggressive, an over-achiever. expecting an artist's wife to give him large blocks of quiet time..wondering why there are no great women artists. a woman driver joke thinking her life begins with marriage. wondering what a male baby will grow up to be. assuming that a female baby will be a wife and mother. calling her "dear" or "honey" or "babe" when she's a stranger (and wants to stay that way!)
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1975
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1975
BEACH BOYS THE BICENTENNIAL BAND?: [EARTH NEWS] -Beach Boy Mike Love says he expects his band to be the unofficial natinal band for the U.S. Bicentennial in 1976. Predicting that the Beach Boys will make a major concert tour with Chicage this year, Love says, 'From there it will be a natural progression to 1976. We will be THE group in 1976 when people want to know what American music is."
University Council Reviews Confidentiality Policy [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1975
University Council Reviews Confidentiality Policy University Park, Pa., Members of University Council on Dec. 12th reviewed a report on recommendations made to the President of the University on a proposed Interin University Policy on Confidentiality of Student Records, which consists primarily of guidelines to be followed in complying with the Buckley Amendment. Because of the press of time, the Ad Hoc Committee on Individual Right to Privacy and Confidentiality, with Kenneth M. Novak, a graduate student, as chairman, was empowered to study the draft on the proposed policy and make recommendations through the Provost. University officials are expected to finalize an interim policy before the end of the month, now that the proposed policy in draft form has been reviewed by University Council and other groups. The Council at the request of Dr. John w. Oswald, president of the University, also decided on Thursday to discuss the matter of a University-wide regulation regarding ...
Ski Club Notebook [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1975
Ski Club Notebook Some Capitol Campus Ski Club Members Anxiously await another day of skiing at Klllington, Vermont. The Killington Trip was a big success even though only nine people took advantage of the opportunity to ski the big slopes. There was plenty of fresh powder and the conditions were excellent. The ski Trip for the winter term will be to the Poconos (Big Boulder, Jack Frost, and Camelback). The trip is open to anyone and costs $50.00. Cost includes bus, lodging, most meals, and lift tickets. A deposit of $25.00 is due by Jan. 31st for those planning on making the trip. Departure time will be 5:00AM Feb 22nd and we will arrive back at Capitol Campus Feb 23rd by 9:00 PM. See you on the slopes!! Check ski club signs for C.C.Ski trips to Roundtop and Ski Club meetings.
Yes, How [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1975
Yes, How how could this have happened that one who lives for peace threatens his neighbor with war that one who lives for understanding can close his mind and soul i ask you how could this have happened scared and confused we act the parts of others without ever being ourselves dreams and selfish desires become our daily sleep we are always climbing meaningless ladders to reach a feverish goal only buying disappointment and learning nothing from it all priding ourselves in honesty we stand all bound in ignorance we fear to be ourselves for afraid that we might clash with the style of society's model so we settle in a crowd and when the lights dim and it is time for all to go home we close our eyes in silent pain not knowing where to go we pledge our life to emptiness and paint our cornered shells while pretending not to hear the suffering from those who need us we keep this tragedy occuring by handing down our fears we christen others to learn our simple dreaded ways and qua...
Crossword Puzzle [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1975
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Interim Confidentiality Policy Announced [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
Interim Confidentiality Policy Announced On January 3, 1975, President Oswald released the University's Interim Policy in response to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. When guidelines are comple by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (presumably by April 1975) this interim policy may be revised again in light of those guidelines and final policy will be established for the University. In the Preamble President Oswald states: The Pennsylvania State University collects and retains data and information about students for designated periods of time for the expressed purpose of facilitating the student's educational development. The University recognizes the privacy rights of individuals in exerting control over what information about themselves may be disclosed and, at the same time, attempts to balance that right with the instituton's need for information relevant to the fulfillment of its educational missions. The University further recognizes ...
Profs Book Architecturally Sound [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
Profs Book Architecturally Sound The modern urban designer is confronted with a complex of opposing forces -environmental groups, economic lobbies, government pressures and transportation factors. For Dr. Francis Ferguson, Chairman of the Graduate Program in Urban and Regional Planning here at Capitol Campus, the variety of urban factors calls for new tools for the city planner. One such tool is the systems approach. Feguson spells out this position in his new book, Architecture, cities and the Systems Approach. Published in hard cover and paperback byGeorge Braziller, Inc. New York, Ferguson's book is the February main selection for the Library of Urban Affairs Book Club. In his book, Ferguson places systems analysis in the history of urban planning and within the structure of contemporary urban thought. He carefully examines the promises and possibilities which systems analysis offers the architect and planner. The final result is an architect and planner's guide to the us...
Got A Bitch? - That's Good! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
Got A Bitch? - That's Good! by Mike McAllister and Andy Pfvarnik We are aware that students have valid complaints about what goes'on in this school. We feel that S.G.A. MAYBE We are aware that students have valid complaints about what goes on in this school. We feel that S.G.A. may be of some help in trying to solve and clarify some of these problems. In order to do this, we have to know the problems of the general student body. Some of these problems are apparent and we are working to alleviate them. In order to get a wide range of ideas, the S.G.A. has established a "Bitch Booth" which began Thursday January 9, 1975 in Vendorville. It will be open every other Thursday between 10:00 AMand 2:00 PM in Vendorville. Students are urged to make their thoughts known. This includes both negative and positive suggestions. It will be possible to better this campus with the suggestions you.give us not only for the present but for the future as well. The following are some suggestions ...
Nurses At C.C. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
Nurses At C.C. by Phyllis Schaeffer There's a new breed of student at Capitol~23 in fact. They have one common denominator-all are nurses. Upon approval from the Admission Standards Committee, a third possible qualification was added to the admission policy last fail: acquisition of a nursing diploma from an accredited school of nursing. According to Ms. Mary Gundel, admissions director, this is an unusual practice since most schools give little or no college credit for this specialized education. This new policy, however, is in keeping with Capitol's image as the "innovative arm" of the Pennsylvania State University system. Of the first 23 nurses enrolled, 16 are in the Business option, 6 in the Social Sciences and one in Humanities-Journalism. Ms. Gundel cautioned, "Capitol Campus is not the school for those nurses who plan to further their college education on the graduate nursing level" because the programs at Capitol are not directly within the nursing profession. Altho...
Student Activities Secretary Heads South [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
Student Activities Secretary Heads South Jacque* Miller, Student Activities Secretary, leaves Capitol today bound for Tennessee for some good ole Southern hospitality. photo by prouser BY Jim Bollinger Ms. Jacque Miller, a secretary in Student Affairs, is leaving Capitol Campus on January 31, after a year of service. Ms. Miller, who came to Capitol last January after two years at University Park in the Purchases Dept., intends to return to school in Nashville, Tennessee to obtain her B.A. in Marketing while working part-time. Jacque' , as she is affectionately known by all student organization members, hails originally from Dothan, Alabama, whre she graduated from business school. She brought her pleasing personality and Southernfried accent north to Pennsylvania in 1970 after marrying a native Pennsylvanian. Ms. Miller's first destination on leaving ice-bound Middletown will be Pensacola Florida, where she intends to vacation a month with relatives before moving on to Nas...
C.C. & HACC Sponsor Black Conference [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
C.C. & HACC Sponsor Black Conference The fifth Annual Black Conference on Higher Education for the State of Penna. is currently in session at the Host Inn in Harrisburg. The 1975 Conference which began on Jan.29 will continue until Feb. 2 and is being hosted by Penn State-Capitol Campus and Harrisburg Area Community College. Four years ago K. Leroy Irvis convened the Black Conference in order to facilitate Black input to a master plan that was being developed for higher education. Since then, Black students, faculty and administrators have been meeting annually to discuss problems that are unique to Blacks in higher education. Approximately 200 people are attending the conference this year. K. Leroy Irvis, Majority Leader in the State House of Representatives and initiator of the conference, is the main speaker. Other speakers at the Conference include Dr. Herman Branson, President of Lincoln University; DR. George Roberts, Vicechancellor of the University of Califor...
Got A Bitch? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
Got A Bitch? continued from pg. 1 1. The need for left-handed desks, at least four per classroom. The need for left-handed desks were brought up last year. S.G.A.had been under the impression that they had been ordered, but they were held-up due to a delay in ordering. Nonetheless, they have been ordered. Two provisions of vehicle registration form that should be eliminated; (a) The vehicle will be parked on campus at no risk to University. (b) If the vehicle is parked in violation of any regulation it may be removed by the University. These provisions add insult to injury. It's bad enough we have $7.50 a term parking fee but then the University isn't responsible for security of vehicles-security which is paid for out of the $7.50 fee! What if a car is damaged by a University snowplow or hit by a University vehicle...What if a car is damaged by being towed away? The deck is stacked against the student They are at the mercy of campus security. Also this whole form is absurd...