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New Policy Only Protects University [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

New Policy Only Protects University Jan Travers Capital Times Editor "When drinking interferes with a student's performance in the classroom, it's time to make changes," a campus administrator said to me recently. This seems to be the justification behind the new alcohol policy of refusing to allow alcohol to be served at any undergraduate function on university property. The administration sees a problem with alcohol and they are taking steps to remedy it, all for the good of the students, right? Not exactly. It's true there is a new policy, and it's true it is intended to cut down on underage drmkmg, buV 1 feel lY\e teal inlcm behind it is not concerned with curbing alcohol abuse, but legally covering the university in the event of any problems. President Bryce Jordan said as much when the board of trustees adopted the policy in May. He was quoted as saying the legislation was "intended to distance the university in terms of legal liability." Studies at this campus have ...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
What do you think of the new alcohol policy? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

What do you think of the new alcohol policy? Photo by Sylvia Johnson Charles Dishong Marketing I'm against it. This is another manifestation of the litigation crisis in America. Though I understand the administration's concern abom liability issues, limiting a party to 35 to 50 people does not necessarily reduce the potential risk for an accident. Brian Coons Accounting I'm undecided. No matter what the school does they won't be able to stop people from drinking. However, I agree they have a right to try to stop potential accidents and injuries on campus because of liability to the university. Crystal Drumheller Accounting I'm against it. It should be up to the students to do what they want as long as they are of legal age. If dances are prohibited from even allowing people to bring their own liquor, no one will come. Lisa Tammaro Marketing I'm against it. We're supposed to be adults. Those of us over 21 are not going to take advantage of a less strict alcohol policy. ...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Asking Around [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

Asking Around Rather than the school year trying to force our opinion on you, we have created a forum to hear from you, the college community. Each issue we will explore a different topic by random selection and short editorials, by both the staff and you, the readers. The next Capital Times will deal with excellence in teaching: what makes a good instructor? Anyone with an interest in this is asked to submit his feelings in typewritten format to the Capital Times, Room 212. To be considered for publishing, the editorial must be signed, and submitted by October 1. We will also be accepting topic ideas for future Asking Around features. Any ideas selected will be credited to you in the paper. The focw of this feature is the new alcohol policy wntchwaM into effect at the start of the semester.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

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I'm Going out of Business [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

I'm Going out of Business When a business is failing it is common practice to bring in a team of experts to evaluate just what the problems are. I figured I could employ these same techniques in a comprehensive evaluation of a failing part of my life-my love life. I assembled a team of business and marketing experts to evaluate the product lhad to offer and to suggest ways of getting it to my target market (which consists of anyone wearing a skirt who still has her own teeth). They watched me in action for a period of two weeks. They stayed with me constantly, and I must tell you that at times it was difficult to keep my concentration up. Their suggestions both encouraged and depressed me. One expert said I had a great product to offer but it was in a bad location. He suggested that I wait until my looks and body come into vogue, but I told him that I've been waiting for that since the '70's and it doesn't seem to be happening. A rather discouraging idea came from Cynicism...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

(continued from pg. 1) Champions, and his latest Galapagos, Vonnegut has experienced a quite diversified life, ranging from a battalion scout at the WWII destruction of Dresden, to an anthropopogy student at the University of Chicago, a police reporter for the Chicago City News Bureau, the "entire English Department" in a school for emotionally disturbed children,-lecturer at both Iowa Writers Workshop and Harvard U., and distinguished professor at the City College of New York. Also an accomplished writer of essays, short stories, articles, and reviews, Vonnegut, a member of the National Institute for Arts and Letters, was the 1970 recipient of their literary award. The choice of speakers for the Provost's Lecture Series was made by a subcommittee of the 20th Anniversary Planning Committee. This subcommittee, chaired by Walter Lowrey, vice president and governmental relations officer at Dauphin Deposit Bank, was composed of faculty members, and community and staff representative...

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Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

Letters to the Editor Today at lunch I picked up a copy of the Times and read through it. Except for the usual mispellings, etc. I did not see anything outstanding, until I got to the back page. The advertisements throughout the Times were very applicable to student life; things such as typing, haircuts and pizza. How on earth you ever decided to justify advertising abortion services is beyond me!! I am personally appalled that a newspaper from a college with supposedly intelligent people working for it would dare to do such a thing. Abortion may be legal but that does not make it morally or ethically right! Abortionists are murdering (yes, I said murdering) 1.5 million babies, annually. It is because people with no conscience turn their heads and pretend that the unborn baby is "just a blob" and is not human. I hope you will rethink this issue for yourself. (continued on pg. 8)

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

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High Quality Sports Program Offered [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

High Quality Sports Program Offered By Mike Camilli If a list was made of schools with outstanding sports programs, it would include names like the University of Michigan, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Boston College, and, of course, Penn State. The Penn State that is included on this list, however, is the University Park Campus the main Penn State. Not many people would put our campus on that list. But, Penn State-Harrisburg has a very high quality sports program for a college of its size. There are opportunities here for athletes of every caliber. For the serious athlete, the Capital College has seven intercollegiate teams, and for those who are just our to have a good time, there is a wide variety of intramural sports and general recreational activities. As fare as intercollegiate teams are concerned, Penn State at Harrisburg has teams in men's baseball, basketball, bowling, soccer, and tennis. There are women's teams in softball and volleyball. The teams at this campus usually f...

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The Tremble Of An Iced Illusion [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

The Tremble Of An Iced Illusion An extended hand retracted; Saved from ever knowing The tremble of an iced illusion, The tears, the fear that comes from showing. A mystery reflected, trapped, and, In my mind, falsly secure. Hallucinations of Spring dance-Innocent of their power to lure. From my heart a reaching hand Coiled around a Grecian urn: In hopes to feel the seasons change-To touch, and let the passions burn. Julie Larson

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Greetings [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

Greetings Bv Thalia Cook Happy health greetings from the Health Service of Penn State at Harrisburg. They are sent to you from Mrs. Kresege, R.N., the nurse on duty Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunny LaVelle, R.N. also sends her regards. She is on duty Sunday through Thursday 4:30 p.m. - 10 p.m. If you have heard rumors about students being charged for medication, no need for alarm. As everywhere, the health service budget is tight and they have to charge students a minimal rate. They are only charging what the medication costs the university. An example is Benadryl, which on the average costs $5.25 for 24 tablets, will only cost students $0.25 for a strip of ten tablets. There are a few medications that have no charge. One of these is aspirin. Remember the doctor has clinic hours only on Tuesday. This is FREE. Day and evening C.P.R. classes will be offered beginning in October. There are changes in the C.P.R. procedure. Come see what they are. Mrs. Kresge is hoping...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

(continued from pg. 3) option, the criminal justice option in the Public Policy division also continually outdrew the other emphases. This, coupled with a survey of the criminal justice community revealed a distinct demand for a baccalaureate degree program, according to Ramirez, coordinator of the program. Ramirez said the focus will be on "preparing the student with marketable skills to enter one of three basic areas in criminal justice." These areas are law enforcement . corrections, and court related jobs

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A Twinkle By Any Other Name [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

A Twinkle By Any Other Name By Julie Larson Lack of sex, stress, boredom, depression, and ignorance can all lead to poor eating habits. This is nothing, new. Every magazine on the shelf proclaims this, and addresses the sex, stress, boredom, and depression. However, not one of these symptoms can permanently be alleviated by "The National Enquirer". It is tragic that the one cause of poor eating that can be successfully alleviated is rarely addressed, and often pandered. Many of us are becoming obsessed, not only with calories, but with what is in food (such as additives and preservatives) rather than what is not in food (such as nutrition). For example: Would a Twinkie be any more nutritious if it had less calories, additives, or preservatives? The answer is no. Were you to eat ten Twinkles a day, (a diet meritting promotion by "The National Enquirer") you would most likely die of malnutrition before you died of additive poisoning! Students, such as ourselves, need energy to...

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Dorm Computers Ease Homework [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

Dorm Computers Ease Homework By Denise Reinas This year, new IBM personal computers have been installed in both Church and Wrisberg Halls. These computers are for the use of all students living in the residence halls. They are located in the lounges of the second floor in Church Hall and the third floor in Wrisberg Hall. Both floors, newly named "the quiet floors" in each dormitory, have given up the usual lounging area. A television, couch, and chairs were the usual complements in the lounges but were recently given up to accomodate the new equipment. In both study areas there are two computers, one permanent and one portable. In order to gain access to a computer, students must ask Leslie Eames, the Assistant Coordinator of residence life, or any Resident Assistant for the combination to the locks on the doors in both computer rooms. Thus, a record will be kept of computer use and students with knowledge of the combination locks. The computers can be used at any time by an...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

\ l J / / / / / ' / ¦ ) { u /y / l Some of us have been hurt ' / by people calling themselves christians. . / / Some of us have walked out of churches / / vowing never to return. / / Some of us wonder why people calling / / themselves christians say and do the / / things they do. / / If this is you, let us know. / Come and share what is on your mind. / Encouragement from us to you. I Capital Christian Fellowship \ Every Tuesday ^ • W112, Olmsted " 12:30 pm. ~~~ ^

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Letters [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

Letters (continued from pg. 5) I do not desire to cause trouble, but I must take a stand! If you must print abortion advertisements I feel you should also print ads for other alternatives. If you need names to contact, I will be more than willing to supply them to you. Scott A. Klinger Lab Assistant Science and Technology Building Congratulations on the resumption of the Times. Just a trivial correction, however, in that v. 20, #1 came out in Aug. of 1985. You probably meant this Aug. 27, 1986 issue to be v. 21, #1. Henry Korctzky Periodicals Dcpt./Library Dear Editor, I I am a prisoner on death row at the Arizona State Prison and I1 was wondering if you would do me a favor. I have been here for quite a while and have no family or friends on the outside to write to. I was wondering if you would put an ad in your campus newspaper for me for correspondence. If not in your paper, then maybe you have some kind of bulletin that you could put it in. I know that you are not a pen...

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Balfou/Penn State: Tradition Continues [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 September 1986

Balfou/Penn State: Tradition Continues A long standing tradition lives on at Perm State, formalized by the official choice of Balfour as the exclusive supplier of Class Rings tor the Penn State Bookstore, at Harrisburg. According to Cindy Salatino, Bookstore Manager, that determination was made based on a number of factors: Balfour's outstanding quality and detail of workmanship, the company's exemplary service and dependability, and a highly competitive price structure. The choice of Balfour as class ring supplier is the culmination of a longstanding relationship between Penn State and Balfour. Throughout more than twenty years Balfour has supplied Penn State with prestigious championship rings that include the '67 Gator Bowl, '68 and '69 Orange Bowl, '71 Cotton Bowl, '73 Orange Bowl, '79 Fiesta Bowl, and the '82 National Championship rings. In addition, Balfour manufactures Penn State's Letterman rings for all sports, both men's and women's, and rings for the Penn State Fo...

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