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Reconstruction REM at their best [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985
Reconstruction REM at their best If one phrase could describe the band R.E.M. it would have to be "electronic folk punk Georgia style." Their third album, "Fables Of The Reconstruction" is unmistakably R.E.M. The Athens based band insists of lead vocalist Michael Stipe, guitarist Peter Buck, bassist Mike Mills and drummer Bill Berry. On R.E.M.'s first two albums "Murmer" and "Reckoning," Don Dixon (producer for Let's Active) and Mitch Easter (member of Let's Active) handled the production chores adequately as Rolling Stone magazine voted "Murmer" the number one best new album - 1983 and the band number one best group - 1983. Record magazine gave its praises as well: "Murmer" number one top debut album - 1983 and number three best album - 1983. "Murmer" got some mild commercial success but virtually no airplay beyond college radio. Their 1984 release "Reckoning" sold better than "Murmer" and two cuts, "South Central Rain" and "Pretty Persuasion" got some airplay. This time ou...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985
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Knull makes big team's roster in summer tryouts [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985
Knull makes big team's roster in summer tryouts by Joseph L. Mlchalsky The Penn State Nittany Lions football team registered its 46th consecutive non-losing season in 1984. Compiling a 594-265 win-loss record since 1887, the Nittany Lions have certainly gained impressive respect on the football field. Being on that team would undoubtedly require some obvious talent. Doug Knull, a multi-media senior here at Capitol has that talent. You see, Knull made the team, on a walk-on tryout yet. But after consultation w'th Jamie Barresi, the walk-on coach for the Nittany Lions, he refused to allow Knull to play since he demanded a football scholarship. ' .'I'm disappointed," Knull said, "I couldn't play for Penn Doug Knull, one of Capitol's star baseball players makes walk on tryout for the Nittany Lions. State." Knull stunned Barresi with an "awesome" 4.25 40-yard dash on August 28, 1985 in the indoor field house at Universi-(continued on pg. 12) Knull makes Nittany Lions football...
Penn State hosts Temple in home opener Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985
Penn State hosts Temple in home opener Saturday by Dave DonUn After upsetting the seventh rated Maryland Terrapins, 20-18, the Penn State Nittany Lions come home to a sold out crowd for their home opener Saturday against the Temple Owls. Temple, who lost last week 28-25 to Boston College didn't play very well even though "we had our changes" according to Temple Head Coach Bruce Arians. But this week the Owls are looking to redeem themselves against the Nittany Lions. "We're .very excited about the Penn State game and we'll be looking to even our record on Saturday," Arians said. Against Maryland, Penn State played one of the top teams in the country according to many college football critics who ranked the Terrapins in the top 10 going into last week's game. But the Lions pulled off a surprising early season upset by defeating the Terps. Though, Penn State stunned Maryland, Arians thinks Penn State looks like a real contender. "They're an excellent football team," Temple's t...
Engineers [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985
Engineers from pg. 1 the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources. Most students are from Pennsylvania, but some are from surrounding states. The majority of students is still men, but more women are entering the field each year, Admissions Director Sandra Zerby said. Zerby said she seeks to increase the number of women in the program. No females were enrolled in the program at Capitol Campus until 1971. More than a decade later, the figures have risen to 13 in 1982 and in 1983, lowering only one in 1984. "All of the professors are very competent and experienc ed in their work, said Mike Noto, a senior engineering student, "and they offer more practical work-related courses than theory courses." Welsh said it is "frustrating at times" trying to fill faculty positions with qualified engineers with practical experience in their field. He currently manages a large staff of 10 math and 31 professors. Graduates receive a bachelor of technology degree with one of six o...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985
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Compromising Positions too compromising [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985
Compromising Positions too compromising By Jane McQuain "Compromising Pdsitions" involves the murder of a Long Island dentist. Aside from the customary official investigation into the murder, there (s a more unusual inquiry iiito Dr. Fleckstein's private life which includes his wild a|rray of mistresses. The eccentric dentist (who sports as many gold chains as Mr. T) was in the habit of turning his patients into conquests and keeping his Polaroid camera close at hand for the "moments of truth." Judith Singer (played by Susan Sarandon) is a housewife who becomes obsessed with the case, much to her husband's dismay, after learning of the late Dr. Fleckstein's involvement with so many| of her friends. She resorts back to her old professional days as a newspaper reporter and proceeds on with great journalistic fervor for this case. One of the biggest disappointments in "Compromising Positions" is the cast; they're terrible! The only redeeming quality "Compromising Positions" mig...
Business [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985
Business (continued from pg. 5) if a student is not satisfied with the product a school offjers they should not return. Yet semester after semester students continue to return to Capitol. Further, they continue to find employment and success in then field. Clearly Penn State supplies a sound product. Clearly the students continue to jvote by their presence for this system yet continue to berate eVery action taken by! the administration. Obviously someone ijs doing something right. In the case of the shoe industry, Reagan is justified in focusing on the good of the whole rather than subsidizing inefficiency. In the case of Penn State, the administration is condoned for their action in supplying a superior product and securing the means by whjich to perpetuate that Offering through tenure. The student body is not to be commended because they are inconsistant. Summary judgement and generalization weaken the stature of the student, Herein is illustrated ^ the effects of summary ...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 13 September 1985
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Stickers may be eliminated [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985
Stickers may be eliminated by Joseph L. Mfchafsfry Capitol Campus may eliminate the parking sticker requirement beginning in the summer of 1986 according to Charles Aleksy, supervisor of safety/police services. "Only three campuses require parking stickers; Capitol, University Park and Behrend," said Aleksy. 19 of the 22 Penn State campuses have altogether eliminated the parking sticker requirement, replacing it instead with a $25 activity fee. "There is no activity fee here at Capitol," Aleksy said, since "Capitol is not a commenwealth campus." The money colected from parking stickers here at Capitol is placed in a general fund at University Park. Capitol may draw out of that fund to do work here, according to Aleksy. Concerning the citations that were issued two weeks ago, Aleksy said it was "not the students fault" since they thought the stickers were also eliminated here at Capitol. "The students here don't understand this not a commonwealth campus, but an upper-division...
Poor turnout at Arts Festival [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985
Poor turnout at Arts Festival By Kathy Germain and Dave Donlln Artists, crafstmen aad kitefliers converged on Capitol Campus last Saturday for the first campus arts festival, but many complained that the event was under-promoted and under-attended. Between 250-300 participants, students and other observers turned out under overcast skies for the day-long event, which drew artists from as far away as Woodstock, Va. "If only they used more publicity in the papers," said Rose Sivar, an artist from the Harrisburg area. Sivar found the campus to be very attractive and hold great possibilities but was very disappointed at the low turnout. Student Activities Coordinator Jennifer Krohn, one of the festival's coordinators along with Linda Ross, said the festival was orginally to be a two-day affair, but one day was eliminated because it was a new event. Krohn also said that officials were unable to promote the event in time. Linda Ross the other coordinator of Saturday's art festival...
Capitolite to publish [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985
Capitolite to publish BY Maria L. Kent "Students are the soul purpose of the Capitolite Yearbook," said Gene Monahan. Monahan, manager of the Capitolite Yearbook, said seniors will have a yearbook this year which "will reflect the students." "A yearbok is nice because you can look back in time and remember the good times in school," added Monahan. Capitol Campus seniors almost did not have a yearbook last year because the Capitolite was not meeting its deadlines. During the last two weeks of the semester, Monahan was approached by Jennifer Krohn, Director of Student Activities, who asked Monahan to put together a supplement in order to avoid breaking a contract. The thirty page supplement contained senior pictures and club activities, according to Monahan. This year, Monahan wants to assure that they do not have to worry about the same thing happening again. Monahan, who assumed the manager's position about three weeks ago, says he plans on having a onehundred page yearbook ...
Speak Out [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985
Speak Out 91 students will have their parking sticker citations for parking without a sticker reduced from $15 to $0. Why? Well, according to Eugene Monahan, student court chief justice, there are basically three reasons for their dismissal. "There were inconsistencies," said Monahan, "some officers issued citations, others warrants (warnings)." Secondly, students apparently weren't aware that the parking sticker requirement has not been abolished here at Capitol as it has been for the 19 commonwealth campuses. And thirdly, "the court disagreed with the police tactics," said Monahan. Plus "students don't feel they have to pay to park in their own driveway." I couldn t agree more. But what about those students who knew about the parking sticker requirements, who faithfully paid $15 for a semester sticker or $25 for a two semester sticker? Why should these students be required to pay while inconsiderate, stubborn students simply turned their back and said, ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985
On Oct. 11, the Undergraduate Admissions Office will host a VISITATION DAY for faculty and administrative staff from the Penn State Commonwealth Campuses, University Park, Behrend College and the Community Recruitment Centers. The Undergraduate Admissions office invites students that have transferred from any of the Commonwealth Campuses or Behrend College to a reception in the Capitol Union Building from 9:30 - 10 a.m. so that you may help in officially welcoming our visitors to Penn State Capitol Campus. This will give you an opportunity to say "hello" to your old friends and update them on your progress at Capitol. If you plan to attend the reception, please notify Millie Landis in the Undergraduate Admissions Office, at 948-6250 by Oct. 7.
CROSS WORD PUZZLE [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985
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