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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Leaders' stress reduced at workshop [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

Leaders' stress reduced at workshop ¦ .-¦¦¦. i By Barbara Myers and George P. Yanoshik, Jr. "Burnout" and "Stress Reduction" were topics of discussion when 63 student representatives met earlier this mopth for the third annual Student Leadership Workshop. The workshop, according to Student Activities Coordinator Kathy Branigan, was "designed to re-motivate seniors in their respective club activities, to introduce the new junior officers on campus, and to offer leadership skill-building techniques to all involved/' Over 30 clubs and organizations on campus sent representatives to participate in the workshop which was held in the Multi-Purpose building and was coordinated by Branigan; Dr. Jerry South, Director of Student Affairs; Leslie Zuidema, Administrative Assistant to South; John Pellecchia, Assistant Residential Living Coordinator; and Diane Buhay, SGA Treasurer. i "I thought the workshop was good," said Tom Halley, SGA President. "The sessions touched on a lot of differen...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

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Fall grads told to develop self-awareness [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

Fall grads told to develop self-awareness By Barbara Myers "The expectations that we hold for today's graduates are predicated on a belief that you whom we honor today will, as a direct result of your education, live in ways that will benefit society. For if you fail to do this, we as a society will surely fail." So said by Dr. James D. South, director of student affairs at Capitol Campus, to 139 students in fall term commencement exercises on December 11,1982. Dr. South told the graduates that the person who has gained self-awareness will be the person most able to utilize the freedom which distinguishes and benefits humanity. The role of the university in developing this self-awareness, he said, must be to "facilitate the development of competent individuals" by providing each graduate with an understanding of the world and (with the ability) to think and analyze. Dr. Theodore L. Gross, provost and dean of Capitol Campus, presided over the ceremony. Assisting him in the ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

VoL > No - * January 24,1983 Times Executive Editor Managing Editor . Managing Editor Layout Assistant Photography Editor Sports Editor Copy Editor Business Manager Business Assistant Sales Representatives Pat Wenger Jerry Trently, Jr. George P. Yanoshik, Jr. Betsy Sheehan Mike Markle Robert Rejmaniak Barbara Myers Charles R. Cobourn, HI Kimberly Bush Keyin Gulrich Paul Saba tine Al Lee Adviser STAFF MEMBERS Monica Auld Mark Clauser Thomas Dekle Judith Faruquee Joe Guberman Kim Guzzi Michele Haley James P. Kushlan Marsha L. Larsen William Negley Lisa Noro Marcia Rogers Bud Smith Raquel Summerford Intended for publication must Indicate The CAPTIOL TIMES welcomes letters from readers. Letters the writer's college affiliation, if any. All letters MUST be signed by the writer. Unsigned letters cannot be printed. A writer's name may be withheld upon request. Letters should be typewritten and double spaced; and, any material that is libelous or does not confor...

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Bookstore business up for grabs here [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

Bookstore business up for grabs here What can be done about our bookstore? We took the problem to Provost Theodore Gross and he feels the bookstore now serves the function as a place where students purchase their texts: "It doesn't pretend to do anything more than that," Gross says, "but I would love to see it'become a bookstore that is really attractive, a cultural center for the campus community." If theProvost wants a better bookstore, why doesn't he do something about it? After all, doesn't he run this place? Dr. Gross says he has no power over the bookstore because it i governed by policies and administration at University Park, , That doesn't ring true. Both Penn State Berks and Hazleton campuses have book policies different from ours. Theirs serve the students The trend in college bookstores is toward becoming a one-step shop, according to the National Association of Col lege Stores, and emphasis is placed on a larger variety of goods accessible to students with a wid...

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:^ersl Letters [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

:^ersl Letters Editor's note: While researching and interviewing ior our article on the bookstore, we encountered individuals who wished to make additional comment that we were restricted from printing by space limitations. They subsequently submitted letters to the editor. |' Z 7 ^r^ ::::::: = /^S^sa^r- - m^a&stgsgi&s / hm^0'^r / / "** «*> get. •"fcatloa , ^^^^'as ¦• fe tf / [ """"a/lt fe / ~ H —- —- ^ aJJa&SfiA n ^Z^=*-^S*f^/1 ¦ ^mmfMm \^%^ /^»^\r^% *? \ \S^S S ^SS S»S FS^ \ \ «rtLTSS-» &****¦!S& ffitgLSflft « **

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983
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Cut it out /^1 12Wl VUTITUUT / I No none ¦ m ft • J C<*¥ MM£u*mB >mL 4«NMMr/*tteM» to trim youtjoo^^ * ~ < *0 . -¦ <* w****?7Z' x" ~ ->**<g& —r tail [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

Cut it out /^1 12Wl VUTITUUT / I No none ¦ m ft • J C<*¥ MM£u*mB >mL 4«NMMr/*tteM» to trim youtjoo^^ * ~ < *0 . -¦ <* w****?7Z'x" ~ ->**<g&\ —r tail prtfettrjge P. YanoshJk, Jr. Fighting the escalating cost o| grocery bills is a battle you may find hard to win. One way to kee«tbese costs within a budget is to go into the local supermarket armed—not with guns and grenades—but with coupons. Afore than 1,000 manfacturers now usf these discount devices, spending at least $1 billion each year in payouts and redemptions. Some 100 billion coupons will be circulated this year in newspapers, magazines, and direct-mail bundles. With economics in mind and my grocery list in hand, I take a file of coupons organized by category to the market when I do my shopping. Prior to leaving the house, though, I spend a few minutes with the daily newspaper to find the store which will offer me the greatest savings. Taking advantage of coupon offers ...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Books and business: Capitol setup [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

Books and business: Capitol setup "BOOKSTORE" from page 1 University Park, Harrisburg Area Community College (H.A.C.C.), and Franklin and Marshall, a private liberal arts college. Capitol Campus, of course, is unique as the only upperdivision school. Yet since a bookstore is a business, we assumed that comparable markets should receive comparable services. In other HACC students examine textbooks in their bookstore in preparation tor me start of classes. The Franklin and Marshall College bookstore offers a selection of magazines. words, the Capitol Campus Bookstore with 2,500 student customers should provide better service than at small campuses such as Hazleton with 1,100 students, Berks with 1,000, and comparable service to Franklin and Marshall with its 2,000 students. We assumed wrong. Even compared to much smaller bookstores, Capitol Campus' store seemed to have fewer essential services, more limited selections of books and store items, and the fewest cost advantage...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

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Generally speaking, dean leads double life [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

Generally speaking, dean leads double life By Monica Auld One man's dean if? another man's brigadier general. While he is no Dr. Jekyll or Mr. Hyde, Dr, Duane Smith certainly leads two separate, yet compatible lives, one, Smith is our associate provost dean. The other Duane Smith is co-commander of theSBth batallion of the National Guard in Pennsylvania. Smith entered the army m 1945. Promotions elevated him through the ranks as a second lieutenant, first lieutenant, to a captain and a major. Smith now is a one-star brigadier, general, and the assistant division commander for support elements for the 28th Infantry Division of the Pennsylvania National (SfasfaSP- >¦•';';• ¦ > ¦ ¦ ¦'«'¦-¦¦ ¦ ;• ¦ • , During his military career, Smith was also a student, earning degrees in education from the University of Pittsburgh. After receiving his doctorate, Smith taught public school in Monroeville, Pa. for eleven years. "Teaching in Monroeville was unique because the communi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Crowd gathers at Capitol to greet national champs [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

Crowd gathers at Capitol to greet national champs By Judith A. Faruquee A lazy Sunday afternoon before classes started!, close to 7,000 people converged on Capitol Campus, creating a traffic jam that had cars creeping along the half-mile route from 322 at three miles per hour. There excitement focused on the victorious Penn State Nittany Lions returning from the New Orleans Superdome, the winners of the 1983 Sugar Bowl. By now it was official, too, that the Associated Press College Football Poll and the United Press International Board of Coaches both voted Penn State the Number One college football team in the nation. The ecstatic fans echoed their sentiments over their teams' multi-victories again and again. "It's the best thing that has happened at Capitol Campus," saio Joyce Susa, a Capitol student, adding: "This is the biggest thing that ever hit Capitol Campus." And big it was. There were fire truck sirens blaring, brass bands playing, whistles and horns blowing, and e...

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TRI-VAC offers jobs and experience [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 24 January 1983

TRI-VAC offers jobs and experience i Hy Joseph Hart iI £ I "You can't get a job without experience, and 1 you can't get experience without a job." | One of the best ways to break this "chase t your tail" cycle is by getting job experience 2 through volunteer work in the local com-I munity. Volunteering can help you acquire a marketable job skill, give you a work history, and possibly save you from wasting 1 4-6 years chasing a degree you know nothing % about. I Finding a way to break into the volunteer I job market is often difficult unless you are friends with or related to the boss at the 1 place where you want to work. The Tri-I County Volunteer Action Center ( TRI-VAC) i in Harrisburg can help. TRI-VAC is a local -j non-profit organization that matches pro-1 spective volunteers with agencies in need of a volunteer help. Marianne Faust, director of TRI-VAC, f! calls her organization an "employment agency for volunteers." § It's much l...

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