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BLACK WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970
BLACK WOMAN by Chandler D. Wolf Soft is the hue of her skin Tenderly brown the color Coarse is the sight of her hair Soft to the touch Warm the lips that touched mine Gentle the arms of her embrace From your womb shall come the sons of my hope Upon your breast shall feed the sons of my sperm Nourish them with CARE. THE SALVATION OF MY PEOPLE LIES IN YOU! Out of the wells of her soul shall flow depths of love Upon my back rest the burdens of centuries I shall rest my weary head upon those breasts that soothed my CHILD IN THE NIGHT YOU SHALL LULL ME TO SLEEP
PEACE POEM [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970
PEACE POEM Anonymous As things are, and not as we are, Seeing for seeing the being that is. To go one foot before the other, And not behind the barricades Of mind, and other minds. To make distinctions, and know A oneness. To flow as water, Yet cut your own path, for Yieldings the way, by which You rarely need stop. To build Your scheme of things, yet go Into others, to change with Change, not bracing the old, Moving through the eviclades of thought, In boundless patterns never taught.
H.B. 2594 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970
H.B. 2594 (continued from page 4) a friend in Harrisburg. I had an opportunity to discuss this matter with the Chief Legislative Liaison Officer from the Dept. of Education to the General Assembly. He was kind enough to supply me with the following information: 1) The bill will not be passed during this session of the General Assembly. It is presently in the House Committee on Education, and will not be able to get out of committee before the General Assembly adjourns at the end of November. This adjournment automatically 'kills' the bill. 2) The Dept. of Education is against this, or any such bill, which undermines the administration of any State college or University in the decision making process. I was informed though that bills like this will appear more and more frequently in the General Assembly in the near future. If the situation arises, the Student Senate will need your support in attempting to help defeat these bills. There is no room in a college or university to...
Unity Amid Diversity [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970
Unity Amid Diversity MEADE HEIGHTS by Stephen D. Millman I am writing this as a personal response to certain expressed concerns about the role of the Meade Heights Board of Governors in relation to Meade Heights and the rest of the campus. I hope I can shed some light on my own orientation. DIVERSITY IN FACILITIES Residence facilities on this campus are as diverse a lot as can be found anywhere* We have an apartment structure, we have two residence halls as that term is traditionally defined, and we have a set of structurally independent houses. This diversity serves the students by allowing a wide choice of desired residence arrangement. No facility is judged by the University to be more desireable than any other. Rather they are merely different strokes for different folks. The Student Affairs Office and Department of Housing and Food Service have been making a very conscious effort to upgrade all residence facilities in ways that will be most beneficial to residents of ...
POETRY CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970
POETRY CONTEST by Chandler Wolf Poetry was the topic of discussion in the Black History Program in Middletown as Dr. Oliver Lagrone and Chandler Wolf met at the Community Action Center Monday, November 3. Local students from the Middletown community read poetry they had composed for a contest sponsored by the Black History Program. The following is a copy of the poem which was deemed most outstanding and was awarded a ten dollar prize.
THE BLACK MAN [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970
THE BLACK MAN by Joyce Fultz The Black man should be honored For all the work he's done He's built this country with his hands He has slaved for everyone. He worked'his ASS into the ground He slaved and slaved and slaved at night That someday he'd be saved The Black man had no schooling The only thing he lacked Today he has the knowledge He's proud to say he's BLACK The black-man should be honored By whites, as well as Blacks To m.e the Blacks are superior There's nothing that he lacks
DRAFT ME BABY [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970
DRAFT ME BABY by Chandler Wolf Cry my baby, Die my Child Hoping that you never see the ignorance of man in war as I. The sword is not spared because you're young, but beared because you're strong. So die my Black Brothers — make free Vietnam For you yourselves the bells of freedom have not RUNG. So cry my baby, Die my Child 7-15-67 Criticism of drafting of 480,000 additional men
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970
OLD STONE ATTENTION HUNGRY STUDENTS SMORGASBORD (ALL YOU CAN EAT Daily 11 a.m. to 2 a.m Ala Carte Menu Available 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. v _, .* »«• j T» • i Your Favorite Mixed Drinks and Beer gerved Route 230 Between Highspire and Middletown Phone 944-9209 Evenings — (Larger Selection) 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. — $2.25 1 o J , , „ Sundays — ll a.m. to 7 p.m Weekdays — Steak Special: Filet Migon or Delmonica with Potato and Vegetable Bread and Butter — $2.00 CLOSED MONDAYS INN! ) — . — $1.45 »«, nr. . — $2.25
Sports! Men's Varsity Basketball Schedule [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970
Sports! Men's Varsity Basketball Schedule 11-20-70—7:00 p.m. (Scrimmage) York Campus at Capitol 1-8-71—7:30 p.m. Don Bosco College at Capitol 1-12-71—7:00 p.m. Berks Campus at Capitol 1-16-71—6:30 p.m. (JV) Shippensburg at Shippensburg 1-19-71—8:00 p.m. Spring Garden College at Capitol 1-21-7—8:00 p.m. Messiah College at Messiah 1-23-71—6:30 p.m. Kings College Freshman at Kings 2-2-71—7:30 p.m. Mont Alto at Capitol 2-5-71—7:30 p.m. Don Bosco College at Newton, N.J. 2-10-71—7:30 p.m. Mont Alto Campus at Mont Alto 2-12-71—8:00 p.m. Messiah College at Capitol 2-16-71—8:00 p.m. Delaware Campus at Capitol 2-20-71—8:00 p.m. Shenandoah College at Winchester Virginia 2-26-71—8:00 p.m. Northeastern Christian Jr. College at Capitol All games are tenatively scheduled for the Main St. Gym in Middletown. FLAG FOOTBALL 1970 All Star Game of the Men's Flag Football will be held Sunday, November 22, 1970 at 2:00 P.M. at the Student Center Field. Two players from each team will be selected t...
MEET THE STUDS (A and B)! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 November 1970
MEET THE STUDS (A and B)! Flag Football — XGI "B" team on offense, "TROJANS" on defense, Steve Wesley carries ball. SPORTS REPORTS ; by Tony McGovern One of the advantages of sports is the legitimate socially approved means of releasing tension and bringing the participants in closer union. It is one of the few areas of competition which brings about a closer union between the team members and their opposition. The idea of good sportsmanship consists of a willingness to win and a friendliness toward your opponent when you lose, because no one likes a sore loser. This concept is far from passe and here at Capitol there is demonstrative proof. Some members of Studs B and Studs A gathered together for a short interview. Ron Johnson, captain of Studs A and RA in charge of recreation activities in the dorms, speaking with agreement from the other fellows, said "there was a whole-hearted effort on the part of the guys, increased communication between the fellows of 1st floor...
MERRY CHRISTMAS from the HEAD SHOP [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
MERRY CHRISTMAS from the HEAD SHOP (and other activities) Speakers for next term was the main topic at the November 23 meeting of the Capitol Campus Head Shop. These speakers will be presented on February 17 and 18 or February 23 and 24. Plans were set in motion also for "Beware Week" and Christmas. Topping off the evening's business' were discussions on Hot Line operations and literature for students. Some of the speakers considered for next term were: 1. Marathon Players—a creative, ¦ highly acclaimed group of exusers who act out situations and relationships involving drug use. 2. Linwood Fielder—of the Harrisburg Mental Health Center. 3. Allan Fox—director of Drug Education Activities (DEA) and a law student at Temple. 4. John Swisher—who holds a research grant from the federal government in the field of drugs and who helped set up DEA at Temple. Swisher is a member of the Penn State faculty in the Education Department. Next term will also hold in store a surprise week to...
—v^^^^^^^^^^^M^^MM^^^MMMMI^HI^^^K^^m^^^HBfl FORMAN RESIGNS C.C.S.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
—v^^^^^^^^^^^M^^MM^^^MMMMI^HI^^^K^^m^^^HBfl FORMAN RESIGNS C.C.S.C. by Ro Scanlon At the Social Committee meeting of November 20, Steve Forman, Chairman, told the members of his decision to resign from the. office. Within a few days, his resignation was accepted by SGA President Lee Levan. As the chairmanship of the Social Committee is an appointed office, Forman asked Levan to find another chairman immediately. Forman recommended Al Litwak. Forman's resignation can be attributed primarily to the C.C.S.C.'s threatened budget cut by the SGA. The C.C.S.C.'s $5,000 budget was approved by the SGA in early Nov. However, at the November 18 meeting Senator Len Thompson proposed to reopen budget discussions. The Social Committee's allottment was questioned. Forman felt the C.C.S.C. needed all of the $5,000 to plan future activities, and was frustrated by the idea that SGA could recall his budget at any time. Another complaint that preceded Forman's resignation was that the Social Co...
WINTER TERM REGISTRATION SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
WINTER TERM REGISTRATION SCHEDULE The following registration schedule has been announced by the Academic Services Office: Tuesday, January 5, 1971 5:30 to 8:00 p.m.— Graduate Students Wednesday, January 6, 1971 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.— Non-degree Students 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.—Adjuncts Thursday, January 7, 1971 RETURNING SENIORS ONLY Time Last Names 10:00 — 10:20 0 thru Q 10:30 — 10:50 R thru T 11:00 — 11:20 A thru D 11:30 — 11:50 E thru G 12:00 — 1:00 LUNCH 1:00— 1:20 U thru Z 1:30 — 1:50 H thru K 2:00 — 2:20 L thru N 2:30 — 2:50 ALL NEW JUNIORS and Re-Admits Friday, January 8, 1971 RETURNING JUNIORS Time Last Names 8:30 — 8:50 U thru Z 9:00 — 9:20 R thru T 9:30 — 9:50 O thru Q 10:00 — 10:20 L thru N 10:30 — 10:50 H thru K 11:00 — 11:20 E thru G 11:30 — 11:50 A thru D 12:00 — 1:00 LUNCH 1:00 — 1:45 Late Registrants All Registration will close at 1:45 p.m. on Friday. The Academic Services Office will be open from 6-7 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday, January 11 and 12 for late registration ...
JAN DEITZLER SCHOLARSHIP FUND [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
JAN DEITZLER SCHOLARSHIP FUND CONTRIBUTIONS NEEDED by Tom Hagan As some students may already know, Jan Deitzler drowned this past summer in the Brownstone Quarry near Middletown. He was to be a senior at Capitol Campus this year. The following is part of a letter which is being distributed throughout the Campus: "Jan's death came as a sudden shock to all of us who knew him. In his memory, we want to establish a loan fund which would be available to students on an interest-free basis. Therefore, we ask your help in contributing to the Jan Deitzler Fund. You may send your contributions to the Student Affairs Office, Capitol Campus, or to Dr. Jacob Susskind, W-357." Many people involved in Capitol Campus, including administrators, faculty, and students, have expressed the desire to see the establishment of scholarships and interest free loans for Capitol Campus students. Most importantly, this would help students from low income families. With the establishment of the Jan Dei...
THE ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS WILL BE CANCELLED... Due To Lack Of Interest [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
THE ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS WILL BE CANCELLED... Due To Lack Of Interest EDITORIAL An ad-hoc environmental committee was formed last year to plan Earth Day activities. It was a small group of dedicated students and faculty members who presented the "Fair of Life" in Middletown. Shortly afterwards, the environmental Committee fell apart . . . This September brought Dan Durante to Capitol. Dan was coordinator of Earth Day activities at Montgomery County Community College, and he was eager to form an Environmental Committee here. Dan, aided by a few concerned students and faculty members, made the Environmental Committee a permanent, chartered Capitol Campus organization. But they had no money. So Dan and the Committee lobbied SGA to budget them., Now they have $250 to spend on educational programs, the Puppet Show, Earthy Day activities, speakers, films, legal advice, legal assistance, and hopefully, representation in court. All's well with our Environmental Committee, right? W...
The C.CS.C.C, [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
The C.CS.C.C, THE CAPITOL CAMPUS SOCIAL COMMITTEE CONTROVERSY by Patricia A. Murphy This article is dedicated to all those committed enough to an ideal or to a cause that they are able, through the work of their own hands to make it a reality. Specifically, it deals with the individuals who have been involved with the Capitol Campus Social Committee, through the bad times and through the good. They have had to meet and overcome many hassles, not the least of which was the financial difficulty with which they have been plagued in the past. This is my second year as advisor of the Social Committee. I came here after working at a community college, the yearly .Student Activities budget of which was a cool $108,000. This money came from mandatory activities fee payments. Imagine my astonishment, and the changes necessary to adapt to a yearly Social Com' mittee budget of $5,000.00 to provide entertainment for a group not too much smaller than that which had the larger budget. To ...
Is The Board of Governors Valid? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
Is The Board of Governors Valid? Part 2 by Skip Lewis It seems that misunderstanding and a lack of communication are so prevalent today that some people feel obliged to read into an opinion column what is not inferred or advocated. So seems to have been my misfortune, and a misfortune it is; but to decry the situation brings little (if any) results. So let me try to clarify in the hopes that Mr. Millman and the Board of Governors will not think so badly of me. First, let me state that in my first article, I did not call for the dismissal of the Board of Governors. What I did say is that I wish every individual would ponder the question of whether it has become a wrong answer to a question still with us—how students living in Meade Heights should be represented and speak for their particular problems, without divorcing themselves from their fellow students. For those still not clear on what I mean, let me break it down to two words—unity and representation. A unified studen...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
i Staff of the CAPITOLIST Editor: Sports: RO SCANLON TONY McGOVERN Contributors: Assistant Editors: ANN OSTROSKI LEE NELL LU ANN BERULIS TOM HAGAN MISSY ROTUNDARO MICHAEL RIX Business Managers: BILL WINKLER nl „ nADn nfAT,Y CHARLIE BUSSISON RICHARD MARX ROGER HAWKINS » SKIP LEWIS Photographers: TERRY WIMMER JOHN FANELLY RICHARD POLUN ERIC MURRAY CHANDLER WOLF DON DAVIS DAN DURANTE
Mmest Ik. Winston A. fiklhai* by Lee Jlell [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
Mmest Ik. Winston A. fiklhai* by Lee Jlell FACULTY PROFILE: The faculty profile in this issue is on Mr. Winston A. ^Richards, Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Statistics here at Capitol Campus. This interview started by mistake near the beginning of October, but it was only recently that we got together for the article. In October, I mistakenly asked for, and found, "Dr." Richards when I was to be interviewing someone else. (Mr. Richards informed me later that he hasn't yet attained his Ph. D.) .But at that time he was ^practicing on the flute which he .had jjust bought at the bookstore. <He :had progressed almost to <«1fery Had a jLittte laatfo" ,w&en I sitttemnltea *nd explained¦ ¦ ••my intentions. Me wondered then if me wanted She intepwiew because of his achievements ion *he Jlute or simply because% he uwas <$he most handsome faculty member on campus. I learned of my mistake shortly thereafter but knew that we had to know this man bette...