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Walk-In, Now [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 April 1972
Walk-In, Now A number of students from Capitol are planning to open a "walk-in" counseling center in Middletown. We'll be there to discuss any problems with anybody — from drugs to loneliness. If you're interested in getting involved, just leave your name and phone number with the counseling center.
Deferred Grades Due [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 April 1972
Deferred Grades Due Deferred grades for the Winter Term 1972 are due May 18th, as specified in the University Policies and Rules for Students, Section Two, M-6. All deferred grades should be submitted to E-106 no later than Noon on May 17th so that they may be processed and sent to University Park. In the event that it is not possible to submit the deferred grade, a form for an extension must be filled out. Extension forms are available in Room E-106. ^
BUILDING HOURS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 April 1972
BUILDING HOURS Beginning on April 5, and continuing until May 14, 1972, the opened hours for Rec/Aths Building and the Base Gym are as follows: Rec/Aths Bldg: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM to 9:30 PM; Saturday, 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM; Sunday, 2:00 PM to 9:00 PM Base Gym: Monday-Friday, 2:00 PM to 10:00 PM; Saturday, 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM; Sunday, 2:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 April 1972
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This Week In The SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972
This Week In The SGA This week's meeting of the Student Government Association was an extraordinary meeting indeed. President Terry Wimmer called the Senate meeting to order, portraying a sense of urgency. Patrice Nelson, that dedicated Secretary of the SGA, hurriedly passed out copies of the minutes of the previous meeting. It was so strange, that one wondered what was going to happen. But nothing did happen. The SGA went through its weekly ritual of governing the student body of Capitol Campus. Wimmer, in a break from parliamentary procedure, began the business portion of the meeting with his personal announcements. Marlin Kohler, junior Senator representing the Math-Science Program, was formally dismissed from the Senate. Kohler had dropped below the grade-point average of 2.33 during the Winter Term. He was not dismissed prior to this week because he had grades on appeal, Wimmer explained. Wimmer announced that Dr. Hartzler and Dr. Conover were named to fill Capitol's va...
Procedures for Election - May 18,1972 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972
Procedures for Election - May 18,1972 1. Juniors & seniors will be voting for executive officers and senior senators. 2. In the senatorial election: a. Each student will be able to vote for two candidates; b. one vote must be cast for a candidate in the voter's curriculum; c. the other vote may be cast for any other candidate in any curriculum on the ballot. Advertising: 1. signs; 2. newspaper; 3. radio. Candidates must sign a letter of verification that he or she will be a full-time student for three months. Petitions for executive and senior senator offices are now available in the S.G.A. office, W-104. At-large-senators: 1 for every 200. students. Petition deadline is 5:00 p.m., May 4,
Talent Show Big Success [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972
Talent Show Big Success Donald Hi 11iard and The Sweethearts of Soul by R. W. Bonaker Capitol's Annual Talent Show, which was held last Wednesday and Thursday, was tTuly an entertainment achievement. Program coordinate^ Carolyn Sims, did a remarkable job in lining up such wonderful talent. Yet the Talent Show almost didn't happen. It was originally scheduled for dates near the end of the Winter Term, but was postponed because of lack of interest. But Carolyn ran around and came up with a wonderful program. Masters of Ceremonies, Evon Golphin and Leroy Howe, kept the show moving with their humor and enlightening introductions. The acts were backed up by a competent combo which included Mark Chanin, Greg Garth, Dan Perini, Carolyn Sims, Eric Smith and Ken Norris. These people are not part of a regular group, but the audience could not tell that at all. That factor is attributable to the fine abilities of the group. Eva Warren gave an adequate rendition of "Yesterday' to ...
"Let Your Voice Be Heard" [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972
"Let Your Voice Be Heard" The Joint Committee on Student Affairs will conduct an open forum TODAY. It will take place at 12:30 p.m. in the Auditorium. The session will be utilized to discuss the possibility of an open lunch period. The Student Affairs Committee has recommended that such a program be established because it would give a greater stimulus to the cultural life of Capitol Campus. All students, faculty and administration are invited to participate.
PSU Provost Nominations Set [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972
PSU Provost Nominations Set University Park, Pa. Nominations to fill the position of Provost of The Pennsylvania State University should jliftj^rows hands of the advisrry committee to recommend candidates by May 1, according to Dr. Donald R. Olson, professor of mechanical engineering and chairman of the committee. Dr. Olson said the committee had received many excellent recommendations but that additional names were desirable. He pointed out that a relatively small number of recommendations had been received from students and that committee members would like additional suggestions. University President John W. Oswald set up the advisory committee on March 6 to recommend to him candidates to fill the position of Provost on a permanent basis. Nominations may be made to any member of the committee. In addition to Dr. Olson, members are: Dr. Charles N. Cofer, professor of psychology; Dr. Richard Craig, associate professor of plant breeding; Dr. Helen A. Guthrie, associate profe...
Degree Change Controversy [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972
Degree Change Controversy by Mike Welliver Now that the Autonomy measure has been passed for Capitol Campus there are inklings of several changes for the not-to-distant future. One of the changes which has been receiving a good deal of attention lately concerns the change in degree nomenclature. While there has been no final decision made as yet, there has been extensive investigation on the part of concerned students and faculty members. What the degree change involves is this: Let's take for example a Humanities student. After completing the curriculum requirements he receives a degree which reads 'Bachelor of Humanities'. The degree change would make the diploma read 'Bachelor of Arts in Humanities'. Although this might seem to some to be a trivial change, it is in fact an important one. Many students have found that their opportunities as far as job placement or continuing education goes, has been jeopardized by the vagueness of the wording on their degrees. The degree c...
Doctors In Viet Nam Decry Poor Medical Facilities [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972
Doctors In Viet Nam Decry Poor Medical Facilities by Thomas C. Fox Thomas C. Fox has been reporting from Viet Nam for the past two years. He is fluent in Vietnamese. SAIGON, VIETNAM Vietnamese war victims who ^ jjjjohthave been saved in ^^^^"^^" hospitals are now a, Uy'mg" in over-crowded and understaffed Vietnamese hospitals, according to a group of twenty-five foreign doctors and medical personnel working in Vietnam. "Although we urge a rapid and complete withdrawal of the American military, we beseech the American government and people to remember the Indochinese victims still suffering from the U.S. government's tragic mistakes," an open letter addressed to President Nixon and the American Medical Association and released here last week stated. "U.S. military hospital facilities are being closed too rapidly to Vietnamese civilians" and the "South Vietnamese government health care system is not effectively filling these significant new gaps," the letter reads. "Compared...
WOrHS From TOO Her Side Or He* It Today - Heard It Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972
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More Parking [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972
More Parking Construction of student parking areas at five of the Campuses of the University at a cost estimated at $620,000 has been authorized by the Board of Trustees of the University. The program will provide an additional 1,110 spaces with 700 scheduled for Berks Campus at Wyomissing; 180 at Capitol Campus at Middletown; 90 at Wilkes-Barre Campus at Wilkes-Barre; 80 at Schuylkill Campus at Schuylkill Haven; and 60 at Worthington Scranton Campus at Dunmore.
Neubauer Publishes Book [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972
Neubauer Publishes Book Dr. F. Frederick Neubauer, associate professor of business, has published a book in Germany entitled "Wie Amerikas Manger fuer Morgen Planen" - "How American Managers Plan For Tomorrow." The book deals mainly with American management accounting techniques and examines the extent to which differences in management accounting in the United States and Germany are caused by differences in the management philosophy of the two countries. Published by the German publishing house, R. Piper & Co., of Munich, the more than 300 page volume is designed to inform German business leaders as well as graduate students about American management accounting techniques and is well suited for use in a seminar-type course on management accounting. Dr. Neubauer has been a member of the Capitol Campus faculty since 1967, teaching accounting and international business. An English translation of his book is under consideration.
Deferred Grades Due [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 April 1972
Deferred Grades Due Deferred grades for the Winter Term 1972 are due May 18th, as specified in the University Policies and Rules for Students, Section Two, M-6. All deferred grades should be submitted to E-106 no later than Noon on May 17th so that they may be processed and sent to University Park. In the event that it is not possible to submit the deferred grade, a form for an extension must be filled out. Extension forms are available in Room E-106.