Elephind.com contains 6,534 items from C.C. Reader
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Foreign Students' Dreams Destroyed [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
Foreign Students' Dreams Destroyed Minneapolis, Minn. Foreign students, lacking a strong organized lobby, are finding life-long dreams and plans destroyed by policies they cannot oppose. Last summer, the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) began enforcing a new, tougher policy on the granting of summer work permits for foreign students. Prior to that time, the foreign student advisors on college and university campuses made the decision on foreign-student applications for summer work permits. But last summer such permits were granted only by the INS and the policy willbe in effect again next summer. The policy change was the result of fears by the U.S.Labor Department that foreign students were working while there was high unemployment among low-income minority group members and Vietnam vet erans. Many of the foreign students come from underdeveloped countries and even the wealthiest families cannot accumulate enough money to pay for four years of schooling. Moore s...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
Recycle Your Reader Dear Everyone: Have you ever wondered what the C.C.READER could be used for after you've finished reading it (if you read it) ? Well, I think I've found a few novel and worthwhile uses for it. It can be used for: lining cat-pans making paper-airplanes making paper-hats ; confetti, after it's shredded in a Watergate manner i practicing trash-can basketball ! making spit-balls (if you're so inclined) [ scribbling obscenities on | toilet-paper (in emergencies. Watch out if the ink's still wet) packing-paper | house-breaking your dog (extremely good for this) as a poor man's door-mat (you'll need several) i as a dust-collector (keeps shelves clean) | scrap book material (if you're a dedicated Capitol Student) or you can just throw it away (which is something they laven't done yet in the Readeroffice). At any rate, I hope 've been able to help you in deciding how you're going to Jo your bit for ecology and recycle the C.C. Reader. Oh, , -eah - one more thing: you...
Is This Any Way To Run A University? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
Is This Any Way To Run A University? To the Editor: Although I do not consider the C.C.READER a top quality, literary production, I do read it each week and find it suits my needs in knowing the events on campus. As was on my way out the door to go home, I grabbed this week's edition, stopped at the door, and went back to get the rest of it. When I returned to the pile, I sawthat I had all there was of it. I thought, "Well, they must be using cheaper paper (there's a shortage of everything nowadays)". However, upon reading the paper, I saw the article from the "Head Reader Honcho" with his explanation. I am not familiar with how the newspaper is funded, but it would seem to me that the University should finance its publication. To me, the C.C.READERIS AN OUTLET FOR THE STUDENTS TO EXPRESS THEIR VIEWS AS WELL AS GIVING THOSE WHOSE INTERESTS ARE CITED IN JOURNAUSM A CHANCE TO SEE THEIR WORKS IN PRINT. The trend at Capitol Campus seems to be stifling the interests of the studen...
The Capitalistic Opression Of The Human Spirit [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
The Capitalistic Opression Of The Human Spirit Jerry Farber has made the explicit point that 'Students are niggers." Read his book and you will understand this quote.Knowlege is only a book away. Don't accept things just because that is the way they are. Question!! People only choose options. They think they are experiencing freedom when in reality the options are assigned to them. Why do you buy Valentine gifts, etc.? Think about it. Does soft music in an automobile factory make the worker happy? Yes, it obviously does - at the expense of individual freedom and creativity. It also fattens the rich who throw tid-bits to workers in the form of wages causing them to exemplify those who exploit them. Why are you in school? Is it for your own personal growth and self-realization and that of the world and the human beings who exist around you? Or are you here to be trained to exploit people. Can there be a pure human spirit in this state of American affairs?? "There has got to be a...
w^^^w "*» w»»»» ^^9*^F^^fmtmtm^am*m0*j0*miaM9awam Field Trip [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
w^^^w "*» w»»»» ^^9*^F^^fmtmtm^am*m0*j0*miaM9awam Field Trip ^ URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING: THE URBAN & REGIONAL PLANNING* AND AMERICAN STUDIES PROGRAMS WILL CONDUCT A FIELD TRIP BY TRAIN TO PHILADELPHIA ON SATURDAY,MARCH 1. STUDENTS* FACULTY* STAFF AND GUESTS ARE WELCOME TO MAKE THE TRIP. BARGAIN PASSENGER RATE PREVAILS ON TRAIN DEPARTING AT 8:00 A.M. FROM HARRISBURG. ROUND TRIP $11.50. THE TRIP IS BEING SPONSORED BY AMBROSE KLAIN* PROFESSOR OF URBAN & REGIONAL PLANNING* DR. IRWIN RICHMAN* PROFESSOR OF AMERICAN STUDIES* WILL GUIDE THE TOUR.
New S -A Coordinator Comments on Duties [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
New S -A Coordinator Comments on Duties by Phyllis Schaeffer In an exclusive interview with the C.C. Reader, Roberta McLeod the new student activities coordinator, commented on the two-fold responsibilities of her position-assisting students in any way she can with their activities and establishing lines of communication with the community. Ms. McLeod came to Capitol from Queen's College in New York where she was involved with both the campus and community as program director of activities. With her experience in the student affairs field and her active file on such performing groups as bands and dramatic companies, Ms. McLeod sees herself as a "resourse person" for those students planning activities while working with them to try to save money. She does not feel students have to take her opinion, however. Since here arrival at Capitol on Jan 20, Ms. McLeod has been working with Jerry South, director of student affairs, on the Cultural Program Series and with students on Cas...
PSU ANIMAL POLICY [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
PSU ANIMAL POLICY A friendly note: you can get busted tor not navmg your aog on a leash. Read further details below. photo by prouser The presence of animals on University property has had, in many cases, an adverse effect on the normal functions of the University by causing bodily harm to individuals, unsanitary conditions in University buildings and facilities, and nuisances. Because of these existing conditions, che Office of the Vice President of Business has issued the following policy governing the control of animals on University property, effective immediately: A. No person owning or having under his control any animal shall permit such animal to be brought upon the property of The Pennsylvania State University without having a leash or lead suitably attached to the animal and held by the person respoasible. except in designated hunting areas. B. No person shall tether an animal to any fence, tree, shrub, post, or other object located upon the lands of The Pennsylvan...
§©w@m Wsfflg [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
§©w@m Wsfflg by Susan Wohlbruck The dancer is no ballerina Sorry you misunderstood. I dance for your head, The dance of the seven veils Whirling, I unveil For your pleasure, slowly One veil comes off only To reveal another. I dance gayly, wantonly For your head, unsevered.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
FOREIGN STUDENTS Will any students attending Capitol Campus from a foreign country whether full time, part-time, undergraduate or graduate, please come to the Student Affairs Office in W-103. PILLSBURY'S HUNGRY JACK MICROWAVE POPCORN PATENT APPLIED FOR The munchies came upon me one Sunday evening. Making my way to the nearest 7-11, I entered to find the ultimate in munchies - Microwave popcorn. A neatly folded red and white bag lay inside the refrigerator case. I thought that it was a joke-microwave popcorn. Proceeding to the checkout counter with my neatly folded red and white bag of microwave popcorn in one hand and 35 cents in the other, I patiently waited for the miracle of microwave popcorn. The clerk took the bag, put it in the oven and after a few minutes came back with, you guessed it, microwave popcorn. He admonished,"be careful when you open the bag-ihe steam will burn you." Thanking him for his warning -1 tested the popcorn with a friend. Our conclusion: as ...
BSU Pool Tourney [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
BSU Pool Tourney So you think you re a real stroker on the pool table? Well now is your chance to prove it, and take home some nice prizes. A pool tournament, brought to you by the B.S.U.will give everyone the opportunity to win prizes and have some fun. The games will be held daily between 6:00 and 7:30 p.m. beginning Feb. 17th. Men and women can play in singles or doubles. There will be a double elimination so even if you loose one game you can still win the tournament. The only requirement is an entrance fee of $1.00. So get on the 8 (Ball) and sign up at any of the following places: S.G.A. office bulletin board First Floor Wrisberg Bulletin board First floor Church Bulletin Board Second Floor Wrisberg bulletin board. For more information contact: Troy Buster 944-0126, Robert Bennett 944-5677 or Diana Harris 944-9297
Photography Exhibit To Open [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
Photography Exhibit To Open photo by prouser STUDENT -FACULTY PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT FEB. 24-MAR. 7 We welcome all students, faculty and staff to share their talents for this exhibit. It is not necessary that entrants be professionals. However, the Art Committee reserves the right to select what may be shown in the Student-Faculty Photography Exhibit. This is no jury - no prizes exhibition. The purpose of this event is to bring together the creative talent at Capitol Campus and to have an interaction between the entrants and invited professionals, who will if asked, give advice and cirticism of the works submitted. Photographs are to be submitted to the Student Affairs Office between Feb. 17 and Feb. 19 between the hours of 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.(if this is inconvenient, call the Student Affairs Office to arrange another time during the week. * Further details may be obtained in the Student Affairs Office-W-103
Rec/Ath Information [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
Rec/Ath Information BASEBALL MEETING: The Baseball club will have a meeting on Wednesday, Feb.19 at 2:00 p.m., in the recreation/athletics bldg. Informatin will be announced at that time regarding games, equipment, practice schedule, etc. Anyone interested in playing baseball this season should attend, Presently 17 games have been scheduled. This year's team is being coached by Tom McMillen, with Dr. Hugh Spall once again serving as the Faculty Advisor. FENCING: Max Garrett, Penn State head fending coach, along with 4 members of the PSU fencing team, will put on a fencing demonstration, Monday, Feb.24, from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. Following the demonstration they will meet with the Japitol Campus fencing club in the Rec/Ath bldg. from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend both activities. TABLE TENNIS EXHIBITION: In order to show off Ellis Alley's unique style of table tennis, a demonstration has been arranged for Thursday, Feb.27, at 6:15 p.m. in the Student Center. At ...
I-M B-Ball Dribbles Into Mid-Season [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
I-M B-Ball Dribbles Into Mid-Season by Gene 7. Eddy After five weeks of full court action, intramural basketball has reached the midpoint of the season. The standings after last week's action reveal: 1. Brotherhood 9-0 2. Foul Balls 7-0 3. Bender Brothers 7-1 4. Flames 6-1 5. Lois 5-2 6. Spread Eagle Inn 5-3 7. Public's Pride 4-3 8. NADS 4-4 9. Dog Puke 3-4 10. ZODIAC 3-6 11. EXGI'S 2-5 12. Mean Machine 2-6 13. Court Jesters 2-6 14. French Ticklers 2-6 15. RA'S1-7 16. Leftovers 0-6 For the week of February 3rd to Feb 7th, a total of 12 games were played. Brotherhood downed the Spread Eagle Inn, 60-30, Doug Spady and Tom Groves had 18 pts. apiece for Brotherhood, while Jim Schoenberger had 7 pts. for for SEI. The Bender Bros, eeked out the EXGI'S39-38, Huber had 14 ots. for BB's and K. Unger had 16 pts. for the EXGI'S. Mean Machine beat Zodiac, 52-38, behind Dave Niedoba's 18 pts. Ed Wolff and Dave Hough had 14 pts apiece for Zodiac. Public's Pride beat the Leftovers, 3...
;STO& m ^ [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
;STO& m ^ An intellectual mystery or A nod is as good as a wink.... Excuse me, is this a college campus? Oh, I'm sorry, have a nice day! Pardon me, I was told that there was a college campus somewhere near here—/ am? Oh, thank you, and have a nice day! Hello, IExcuse me, do you—Sir, are you on the faculty here? Great! Tell me, what department do—oh. Well, I understand, do hurry. And have a nice day! —How can I be on a college campus? These people must be college students, they're carrying books. Those older people must be professors, just listen to them talk. There are bulletin boards and coke machines and typewriters and dormitories and janitors and grass——Whay is it I sense that something is missing! Excuse me, are you—oh. Well, have a nice day! Pardon me, Ma'am, are you sure this is a college campus? Yes, I can see that they're carrying books-Sure, they sound like professors, but-Well, have a nice day! I guess it's me...there still seems i to be something missin...
Reply In Kind [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
Reply In Kind Get kicked in the ass and spit in the face, It's life, man, reply in kind; Don't think it's any fun outside the school X It's death unless you reply in kind. K After twenty-one years, it's shitty as hell So what? Reply in Uimd; Don't try to change it, not in this damn world Just try to reply in kind. Security's a joke: "get screwed" is the word Just gotta reply in kind. Well I can't take it, can't kill anymore But try to reply in kind. Might as well give up, only a prick can win:. He's best ; reply in' in kind. A Romeo Trajanus
ll§0@@ifel% fe ^®og [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
ll§0@@ifel% fe ^®og Three years is a long time; My feeling I'll try to express in rhyme. We've had the good and we've had the bad; But it seems that I am rarely sad. Our weekend vacations are so exciting; Your embraces so inviting. I'll try my best to continue to please you; in a sincere attempt not to ever lose you. A poet, Obviously I am not; but this is only to show my feelings won't stop. Three more years, a red rose and an "I love you' Is what I want today from you, On this, our third Valentine's Day Mona Praxiteles
tEo Hibe 8satn [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
tEo Hibe 8satn by ken silverstein And, though, not quite as I'd have planned it, A day, as full as I could make it. Someday, I know, I'll lie days numbered, And see years past as if a moment, Wishing there were more ahead To live, just live; Oh, such a treasure. And when that day (too quickly) beckons, I'll think of days that might have differed If I had planned them, And wish I could still have some sacred moments To make my short life fuller. So, day is done. And though, not quite as I'd have planned it, A day, as full as I could make it. Some day, I know, I'll lie days numbered, And wish I find this day to live again Just live again
xn REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 February 1975
xn REPORTER Although bad weather kept many members from attending the Feb 4 meeting, nominations for new officers were opened. The nominations are for the offices of president, vice-president, treasurer, and secretary. There are still some openings so if you are considering, you have until the meeting of Feb 18 to decide. There is a limit of three nominees per office. The frat has voted to sell yearbooks this year - so to help the frat's SGAaccount, see Randy Hess to buy or sell them. Let's get out and sell those yearbooks! If you put in a $10 deposit toward the frat dinner dance at the Yellow Breeches Motor Inn, please try to get the remaining $5 in as soon as possible. Any other frat members desiring to go can still get his $15 in by Friday, Feb 14. The Coatesville V.A. Hospital visit is set for 7:30 p.m. Feb 28. Edna Keister has made arrangements for guitarists, also, any frat wives desiring to bake some goodies, please do so. We'd like to see a good turnout of frat membe...