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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

Letters to the Editor Dear Editor: Best wishes on your new venture! Reading the Cap Times has been a nice distraction occasionally - and it has served some role in improving the quality of life on campus. I also appreciate your apologies for not publishing the final spring issue last year. As a faculty member interested in obtaining volunteer participants for research, The Cap Times was one of few places to advertise. What is sad is that I was willing to pay people for their time; on this campus, getting student participants in research is difficult even when you pay them. Given the vacancies in SGA, and the sad state of the once lively Delta Tau Kappa, the student apathy problem is obviously still severe. What concerns me, not only as a faculty member, but as a member of this community in terested in making it a more interesting place, is the character of student apathy. One expects students to be reasonably apathetic about things that are tedious, things that are uninteres...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Women's club to give award [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

Women's club to give award By Alice Martin The Capitol Campus Faculty Women's Club voted Sept. 11 to award a $500 grant to a Capitol Campus student in memory of Regina Susskind, wife of Jacob Susskind, assistant professor of social science and education. Mrs. Susskind died on Aug. 8. "Any full-time undergraduate or graduate student working toward an ad vanced degree is eligible," said Mary Heindel, club president. "The student must have a grade point average of 3.0, must show financial need as determined by the financial aid office, and must be of high character." Students interested in the grant should apply to the financial aid office. Graduating students are not eligible. The grant - eleventh since the club's founding in 1970 ~ will be presented at the May 1986 commencement. Award applicants will be screened by the financial aid office and selected faculty members. The Women's Club also sponsors a revolving loan fund, said Joanne Smith, scholarship chairman for the cl...

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BSU to have speaker at Capitol [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

BSU to have speaker at Capitol by Kan Stlggera A socially mixed Black Student Union has announced plans for a speaker ^ on Vietnam, two fundraisers, a dance and an Ethiopia fund drive. BSU officials made the announcements at their meeting last week. Last spring the club solicited funds outside the Capitol Campus community for Ethiopia. "Now the need is great enough again to solicit funds from the Capital Campus community," said BSU president, Juanita Singletary. The club has planned another fund drive and has designated October as "Africare Month." The funds will be presented to the Harrisburg area Red Cross, BSU officials said. (continued on pg. 5) BSU (continued from pg. 4) Previous events, like the luncheon, gave non-black students the opportunity to associate with a group thought to be black oriented, according to Singletary. Before the first meeting, the BSU circulated buttons (logo designed by Michael Dudek), sponsored a luncheon and sponsored a seweat-shirt driv...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

Did you know? College Enrollment Up Despite Stable High School Population The Census Bureau says a College enrollment went 10-year decline in total school from 7.4 million in 1970 to 10.7 enrollment may forecast slipp- million in 1981. ing college, but returning adult . At the same time, student's pushed up college populations median age climbed from 27.9 45 percent between 1970 and years to 31.2 and the number of 1981. students younger than 22 slipped to 48 percent. __

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

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Alumni Strelow addresses Capito [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

Alumni Strelow addresses Capito by Dave Dentin The 1985 Alumni Fellows Program at Capitol Campus culminated with the fourth in a series of talks by Capitol Campus Alumnus Floyd L. Strelow. Strelow spoke to Capitol Campus students and represtatives of local business organizations on a range of topics from "management style in changing corporate cultures," to "integrating administrative and process computerization systems." Through his talks, Strelow said he reassured students that what they're studying is really used" in the real world. I hope I gave them a feel of some of the programs that are being used and some of the problems that the industry as a whole is facing, Strelow said. A 1980 graduate of the Capitol Campus Master of Administration program, Floyd L. Strelow has been plant manager of Appleton Paper's Harrisburg plant since its inception in 1973. The Harrisburg plant currently employs 522 people. He said persons seeking a career in any of the business fields today ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

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Capitol needs exposure! [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

Capitol needs exposure! Editorial Something is wrong at Capitol Campus. How could it be that undergraduate enrollment is down and at the same time graduate and minority enrollment is up. Minority enrollment has supposedly increased 69 percent but that is a very misleading figure. As reported in our Sept. 13 issue, 85 blacks applied to Capitol but only 16 eventually enrolled. That is the bottom line. According to Sandra Zerby, capitol campus' admissions director, reasons for the decrease in undergraduate enrollment are unclear. But the admissions director said a fourfold master plan is currently in the works. Mailing prospective students Capitol Campus literature, visiting college campuses, and holding an open house help in recruiting new students but what Capitol Campus really needs is to promote itself through events and activities that will gain considerable exposure. Well-known lecturers, concerts, and cultural events that attract a variety of differen...

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Being a prophet for a profit [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

Being a prophet for a profit Are you finding those engineering exams a trifle hard? Did you get a humanities degree only to find there were no jobs available for humanitarians? Well, your troubles are over as I am now releasing Rev. Al's correspondence course leading to a TV Doctor of Divinity degree. Simply by mastering the techniques in my new book, "How To Be A Prophet For A Profit", soon the general public will be treating you with the respect that comes with the title, reverend. You'll learn how to get the power of the Lord behind any opinion you state, regardless of how stupid it might be. Do you remember when Dr. Billy Graham said that there is religious freedom in Russia? Well, Billy would have looked like any other ignorant redneck if he wasn't car rying his doctor of divinity with him. They don't call him Dr. Graham because he performs brain surgery. You too can have this protection against ignorance by taking my course. By the way, Billy doesn't drive to services ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
To fine the innocent... [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

To fine the innocent... A small but growing militant faction is making itself known at Capitol. Although quiet for the moment, the movement is gaining more and more influence in high places. The Student Court has offered to help students cope with a problem which now exists only at the Capitol Campus. The question most asked is why Capitol, among all the other branch campuses, has been singled out for continued parking fees. The removal of this payment was the only piece of good news offered by Penn State President Bryce Jordan this fall in his open letter to students and faculty. The answer seems to be that Capitol is not a Commonwealth Campus. It is an upper division, graduate center. Semantics you say? A matter of words that doesn't show any true difference between Capitol and other Penn State campuses? We agree. How the absence of sophomores and freshman can put us into a different category is beyond our understanding. Upper division students don't have more money. Only 64...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

Capitol Times Vol.20, Published by the students of Penn State's Capitol Campus, Middletown, PA 17057 Dave Dunlin Editor-in-Chief Stacy Krnjaic Production Manager Maria Kent News Editor Joseph L. Michalsky Managing Editor Jennete 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 Advising and consulting '**« « a*P*» ,*u«mmi, MMdktown. Text disks procnwd Mark S. Guralnick »> jed.oi. prnn«y, MMdinown

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