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New look for CC dorms [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

New look for CC dorms Old locker* are pitched and replaced with new closets as part of the dorm rennovations whlc took place this summer. By Angel Dunchack and Maria A. Dougherty Church and Wrisberg Hall, the dormitories at Capitol Campus, underwent the first stage of a $100,000 facelift this summer, aimed at making the buildings quieter and more attractive. The dorms, which were built in 1958, currently house 274 students. Before the lockers were replaced with new walls, residents said noise and the lack of privacy were big problems. Sound travelled between the rooms through the metal lockers which acted as a conductor. The rooms also needed painting so officials replaced the old blue and green paint with a uniform white for all rooms. "The concept to improve residential facilities began several years ago," said Assistant Provost for Student Affairs James South. Most of the ideas for the renovation, he said, came from students who lived in the resident housing facilities....

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

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

permits (continued from pg. 6) These facts do not justify changing our designation so that Capitol can be treated differently whenever the spirit moves those in power. We believe that Capitol students shouldn't be penalized just because they attend an upper division campus. It's ridiculous that we have to pay a $25 fee or a fine which ever you want to call it for the indistinct privilege of parking on campus. Twenty-five dollars that students will more tharr likely never see again! You can voice your opinion by signing one of the many petitions posted on campus. Don't let the greed factor rule all phases of life on campus. Sign the petition and be heard.

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"Metal Fatigue" is tiresome [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 September 1985

"Metal Fatigue" is tiresome Allan Holdsworth is a phenomenom. He inspires awe in amateur guitarists and strikes terror in the souls of professional guitarists. Eddie Van Halen, perhaps the premier contemporary rock guitarist says, "Holdsworth is the best in my book. He's fantastic. I love him." Who is this masked man? And what rock has he been hiding under? As it turns out, Holdsworth hasn't been hiding, rather, he has been quietly melting the vinyl of various jazz/rock groups including Soft Machine, U.K., and also Bruford and Gong. While he is a legend in the guitar-playing community, the "average" listening audience hasn't heard of him. With his new album, "Metal Fatigue," he seems to be trying to convert the heavy metal/hot guitar audience. Yet, he has failed in several aspects. Although the guitar playing is hot, the lead vocalist, Paul Williams, and the vocal melodies leave much to be desired. A perfect example is the title track, "Metal Fatigue," which begins with a sc...

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

Capitol Happenings Live in the Gallery Lounge with Carl Iba Duo Classical Duet Oct. 7 12:15 p.m. Assertiveness Training Oct. 9 W-132 1:30 p.m. Sponsored by Counseling Center

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

Letters (continued from pg. 3) when an individual student at the cash register gets priority over a professor calling to find out what has happened to the books for his Fall course, which he ordered in June. Or why those books were returned as overstock from the last time they were used, and now cost the student more? Does answering these questions belie a faculty oriented bookstore? Hey, we're all happy to finally have something approximating a real college bookstore. And I for one am very pleased with the new manager; 1 had a chance to meet her over the summer, and she is an energetic, on the ball, and pleasant woman. But please, let's work together. A quality education that students of this campus can be proud ol is what we are all after. Let'; not confuse the education ol students with the whims o: either students or facultyLet': not confuse the education o students with the whims o either students or faculty, o with what is administrative!; expedient. And please, Mr Edi...

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Career Day at Capitol [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 November 1985

Career Day at Capitol Left to right: Peter Recco, Marty Ryan, and Mike Lebo ( V photo by Sharon Olmstead Capttol-studenta erqoy CareerDay. " -™* »»wm? m photo by Sharon Olmstead by Maria L. Kent For the past four years Capitol has sponsored Career Days, but this year marked the first time Science ' and Technology stood alone. Past Career Days lasted two days ind included a variety of representatives from all areas of interest. This year, Julie Burton, Career Services specialist said, 'We decided since the Science and Technology building was there, we should try something Afferent." Burton added, "We were real pleased with the turnout of both students and faculty." The Career Day, which was held in the Science and Technology building in room 118 on Thursday September 26, was "consistantly busy from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.," said Burton. In the future, Career Services plans to have "bigger and better" Career Days. Many campus students interested in Science and technology as a ca...

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Capitol supports survey [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 November 1985

Capitol supports survey by Sharon Olmstead On the October 31 meeting the Capitol Campus Student Government Association met and voted to support a survey of 16 commonwealth campuses in which the majority of the students surveyed agreed with Penn State's policy in South Africa. Penn State's policy is to keep investments in South Africa if the investment companies permit blacks to hold management positions and other privileges normally reserved for whites only. Students at University Park, however, disagree with this policy and have been holding rallies, discussions, and demonstrations concerning the issue. "They are demanding total divestment," said SGA President Jackie Gasiorek. She said this fighting has clouded the issue. University Park students want to completely withdraw investments from South Africa to effect political, social, and economic change, she said. "The student survey at University Park is diametrically opposed to the survey we (SGA) approved," said Gasiorek...

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Stop right there [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 November 1985

Stop right there by Maria L. Kent and Anita Gasdlck The Great American Smokeout is scheduled for November 21 from 9a.m. to 5p.m. The event is sponsored by the American Cancer Society, and locally by Capitol Campus Health Services and Recreational/Athletic Department. According to Campus Health Services, the Smokeout urges smokers to quit for at least one day. The sponsors think that if someone can quit smoking for 24 hours, he stands a chance of quitting permanently. "If you can give it up for one day, you can really give it up for good," said Mrs. Lavelle .RN, campus' evening nurse. Student groups providing support this year are the Cheerleaders, Chi Gamma Iota [XGI's], the Cross Country Team, and the Lion Ambassadors. Activities planned for the Smokeout include an adopt-a-smoker campaign, a ribn-srnoking raffle, distribution of survival kits and infor mation about smoking and lung capacity checks. The Cheerleaders are distributing posters on campus, including the dorms...

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Behind the scenes: [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 November 1985

Behind the scenes: Darrell Peterson by Sharon Olmstead "I was amazed that some people don't know there is a campus photographer here!," said Darrell Peterson. Peterson came to Capitol Campus three years ago with a bachelor of science degree in communication media with a concentration in photography from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He can be spotted all around the campus on assignments, but his office is on the third floor of the Olmstead building, across from the student darkroom, which he supervises. Peterson, 32, is 6 feet 3 inches tall has blue eyes and a beard, and usually wears blue jeans. "He's an absolutely outstanding photographer," said William Mahar, chairman of humanities at Capitol Campus. Mahar continued, "He's also a first rate employee...I'm pleased to have him in my department. "He's the only technical employee in the humanities division," said Mahar. Peterson's job includes doing copywork, making slides,prints, and graphics for lectures, journal publ...

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Grants make research possible [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 November 1985

Grants make research possible by Jen Dell'Alba and Beverly Halbrook Capitol Campus professors have received $1.5 million since July to explore everything from a new computer language to women gaining self-confidence, according to Kathryn Towns, Associate Dean for Research. "It's great!" said Towns. Capitol Campus has a 70 percent acceptance rate for requested research grants. Towns explained that a normal success rate is 40 percent (approval of two out of five proposals). Ten professors received grants ranging from $10,340 to puter language expected to become the main language used by the military, according to Richman. "The purpose of the grant is spreading the use of ADA by teaching it and teaching other teachers," said Richman. Sandra Prince-Embury, Associate Professor of Psycholgy, recently finished lectures and pamphlets educating local residents on the TMI accident. She gave 15 lectures with attendence between 50 and 80 persons, according to $257,499. The public af...

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Autumn Buzz [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 November 1985

Autumn Buzz By Maria L. Kent An antique car show, road rally, picnic, semi-formal and a double feature were all a part of this year's Autumn Buzz Week at Capitol Campus. The annual event began on Friday, October 18 and continued through the weekend, according to Student Union Board of Governors president Louise Kleinknecht. This year SUBOG and the Black Student Union sponsored the three day event which began with the showing of the "Revenge of the Pink Panther" and "The Invasion of the Body Snatchers." According to Kleinknecht, approximately 25 people came to see "Pink Panther", but few people showed up to see the "Invasion" movie. Autumn Buzz continued on Saturday with a Road Rally of about 20 different cars. The Meade Heights Community Council sponsored the Road Rally. A registration fee of three dollars was required for each car that entered the contest. First and second place winners received prizes of $50 and $20. Cars finishing last received "booby prizes"; trophies ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 November 1985

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[Survey j [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 November 1985

[Survey j ; (continued from pg. 1) [Monahan voted against suppor-i [ting the survey, sayingj : "Foreign corporations should] [get their noses out of smalleij [developing nations." [ : ***************** + ******:« \ Capitol Times staff has [received additional information! [from University Park on this [matter. The survey has been [ruled invalid by the administra-i lion on the basis that the votesj [were not random. "It (thej Survey) was done incorrectly" j according to university: bfficials. I »• o

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What's up Doc? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 November 1985

What's up Doc? A recent commission studying violence on TV stated that a child will see 17,000 murders by the time he is 18. It further stated that a chief offender was cartoons which were exceedingly violent. They took extreme exception to a Donald Duck cartoon where he shoved golf balls down the throats of his three nephews after they had locked him in the closet. This has emboldened other watchdog groups to come out with their proposals and de mand justice. The Amateur Athletic League has come out with evidence proving Popeye The Sailor has been taking anabolic steroids to improve his strength. The veteran sailor admitted that he had built up a tolerance to spinach over the /ears and was beginning to get the stuffings beat out of him by Bluto. Other medical news finds Charlie Brown being diagnosed as having acromegaly, a disease :haracterized by a severe jnlargement of the, head. Brown is not expected to recover. This is the same disease Cynicism and Humor Alan Pincus...

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