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What's Up Doc? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

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 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 demand 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 years 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 characterized by a severe enlargement of the head. Brown is not expected to recover. This is the same disease which killed Betty Boop in 1954. The A...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Experience In Dining Half Angers Student [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

Experience In Dining Half Angers Student Where's the Beef? By Denise Reims Did you ever really look forward to a specific meal and couldn't wait to satisfy your hunger by sinking your teeth into the entre that you knew you were going to have for dinner? Oh what a wonderful feeling! Well, on Friday September 19th, I had classes, appointments, and meetings all day. I was really looking forward to the pre-planned meal in the dining hall which consisted of fried fish, greenbeans, and noodles. I was starving. After my packed schedule, I finally arrived at the dining hall at 5:20 p.m. As I waited in line behind people who were already on their second helpings, I became hungrier and hungrier. Finally, when it was my turn to be served, I looked at the warming case only to find total emptiness. I asked the lady behind the case if there was any more fish, greenbeans, or noodles. She said "no." She then asked me what I wanted. I, in turn, said "I guess whatever you have." She then pu...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

Letters to the Editor Dear Editor, While there are some positive aspects of the dropping of parking fees on campus, I cannot help thinking about the negative implications, particularly since the September 17 Capital Times article suggests that the result is an "improvement in the quality of student life." I do not believe that the replacement of walking, bicycling, or skateboarding with fuel-burning, pollution-belching cars is an improvement in anyone's life. Perhaps there were a few on-campus students who used their own locomotion because of the $15 fee, and now we have removed that hindrance. Instead of a campus beautified by people walking about, we have effectively encouraged the opposite. If we had a parking lot adjacent to the new sculpture garden, I'm sure that people would drive to it. Maybe we could start something - a drivein art exhibit! Need I mention the insanity of driving the few blocks from the dorms or the Heights instead of walking? Not only do our bodies a...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
WNDR Elects Officers [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

WNDR Elects Officers The Capital College radio station Thursday, Sept. 25th, elected new officers for the 1986-87 year. After reviewing the responsibilities of and qualifications for each position, ballots were distributed to 30 students who attended the meeting. Students voted for Station Manager, Luke Hess; Assistant Station Manager, Bob Derk; Personnel Director, Mark Coldren; Music Director, Joe Anderson; Program Director, John Bucanelli; Business Director, Jon Geissler; Chief Engineer, John Gerthoffer; and News Director, Kevin Brown. Each officer will be responsible for creating the staff needed to carry out the functions of the department Officers will be working with Capital College administrators to plan a strategy for placing the newly renovated WNDR in operation again. A survey will be conducted to learn what students and faculty desire from WNDR, and a proposal will be made for funds to purchase new broadcasting equipment WNDR meets each Thursday at 12:00 noon in r...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Library Study Shows Need For Facility [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

Library Study Shows Need For Facility By Tom Boyle A plan to lay-out needs and basic requirements of a new Capital College library was completed in Mid-September. The plan, developed by the Strategic Planning Task Force on a New Library Facility, is going to require support on numerous local and state levels before it could become a reality. "It would have to be a high priority for the campus, students, faculty, and administration," said Dr. Charles Townley, Library Division Head. There appears a need for a new building as expansion of the current facility would be inefficient. "There are three basic needs for a new facility," said Townley. First, in accordance with the number of academic programs offered by the Capital College the library should contain approximately 350,000 volumes. Second, a college should be able to seat 20 percent of the student body and current seating capacity is less than five percent. Finally, the present facility is unable to handle the electronic ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

" ... finally; don't dump your lab chemicals down the iab sink drains. The University doesn't want to be responsible *or contaminating Middle-town's water supply."

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Volunteers Needed for Abuse Study [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

Volunteers Needed for Abuse Study The U.S. Attorney General has identified family violence as one of the most critical problems in the United States today and Dauphin, Cumberland, Lebanon, and Perry Counties are no exception. A nationwide study is currently being conducted by a research team from the California State University-Sacrarnento and Women's Research Institute (Brigham Young University) in cooperation with the YWCA Women's Shelter. Harrisburg and its surrounding area has been randomly selected as one ot twelve communities to participate in this study. Though the incidence of domestic abuse is high, women also place a high value upon marriage and family relationships as well as safety issues. For this reason, many women remain in abusive situations a long time and try a number of methods to end the abuse. This fall a study is underway to determine what strategies these abuse victims have tried and what results they have had. Were they able to end abuse and remain wi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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collegiate crossword [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

collegiate crossword ACROSS 1 Where one might study Andy Warhol's works (3 wds.) 12 Enrollment into college 14 "Calculus Made Simple." e.g. (2 wds.) 16 Evaluate 17 Extremely small 18 Follows a recipe direction 19 Belonging to Mr. Pad no 22 Of land measure 23 Meets a poker bet 24 Gay (WW II plane) 26 Capri, e.g. 27 Belonging to Mayor Koch 28 Irritate or embitter 30 Train for a boxing match 31 and the Belmonts 32 Processions 35 Diet supplement (abbr.) 38 Scottish historian and philosopher 39 College In Greenville. Pa. 40 The Venerable © Edward Julius 41 "...not with but a whimper." 43 Return on investment (abbr.) 44 Pondered 45 Belonging to Mr. Starr 47 Part of the classifieds (2 wds.) 48 Possible place to study abroad (2 wds) 52 Small school in Canton, Ohio (2 wds.) 53 Orson Welles film classic (2 wds.) DOWN 1 Those who are duped 2 "Do unto ..." 3 Fourth estate 4 Goals 5 Well-known record label 6 Well-known king 7 151 to Caesar 8 Prefix meaning milk 9 Confused (2 wds.) 10 h...

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Help Available Dealing With Crime [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

Help Available Dealing With Crime It is estimated that one in three American households will be victimized by crime this year. At least! There will be approximately 171,000 rape victims, 4,700,000 people assaulted of which 1,300,000 will be seriously injured in the attack, and nearl y 700,000 burglarized homes this year. And while these facts are awesome, even more tragically, some 55 people will die each day of the year as a result of the ultimate violation-murder. Answers to the problem of crime and the suffering it brings can sometimes be found in social programs that help deal with such inequities as poverty and discrimination, in criminal rehabilitation and treatment programs, and in crime prevention efforts. Until those efforts arc completely successful, we must deal with reality. A reality that indicates only 50% of all crimes are reported, that only 10% result in arrest, and a mere fraction of these result in convictions. We spend at least $20,000 a year for every pr...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

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We Are What We Wear [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

We Are What We Wear By Vicki Koon The first morning of Autumn arrived with a mass of grey clouds and a misty, almost not there, rain. I struggled with what to wear. It was not cold, but then again, it was not hot either. It was too warm for winter sweaters, and too cool for summer blouses. I stood facing my closet for what seemed like ages. I looked at the flannel shirt hanging limpl y in between the summer and winter items. It was garish compared to the softer colors surrounding it. It looked neglected, lonely, and plaid. How long had it been since I had worn that shirt? A year? Two years? Maybe it was time to give it to Goodwill. I decided to put it on to see if it still fit. As I took the shirt off the hanger a wave of nostalgia overcame me. I suddenly remembered the sound of wood crackling in an open bonfire and the sweet smell of burning pine branches. It was a black and starry night, a pep rally night. The air was filled with laughter, cheers, and songs. The fire was t...

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For The Victim [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

For The Victim (continued from pg. 7) since the end of 1984. From January 1st of this year, until present, the program has served over 100 victims and witnesses. There are presently seven qualified counselors working on twenty current cases. The Board of Directors consists of nine attorneys and three lay volunteers. The main function of the agency is to provide information, referrals, support and act as advocates for victims and witnesses of crime. All advocates complete a thorough training program before being assigned to a case. Even then, the advocate continues to work under close supervision of the Volunteer Coordinator until the Coordinator and the advocate feel supervision is no longer needed. The agency is constantly seeking interested people to become advocates. If you are interested, call the Volunteer Coordinator of the Victim/Witness Assistance Program of Dauphin County at 233-3312. Public service announcement.

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HALLOWEEN DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

HALLOWEEN DANCE October 30 will require your serious presence at the SUBOG costume dance. On that day, all of you, who stand against all in life which is unfun, will gather in the CUB to experience unprecedented fun! Fun will be from 9-1, (munchies included), costumes will be judged, and prizes will be awarded! *********************** The deadline for ordering caps and gowns in time for the January, 1987 commencement is Friday, October 24. Orders may be placed in the bookstore. ***********************

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Organizations and Clubs [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

Organizations and Clubs Organizations & Clubs The following clubs are active on campus. Club offices are in the Olmstead Building, room 216. Professional Clubs Business Related: • Association of Student Accountants...promotes the understanding of the accounting profession. • Beta Chi...sponsors business education films and field trips to bridge the gap between academic and professional work. • Capital Marketing Club...fosters professional relationships between students and business persons, sponsors field trips and guest lectures. • Data Processing & Management Association (DPMA)...fosters computer awareness and career preparation in computer related fields. Engineering Related: • American Society of Mechanical Engineers—promotes the advancement and dissemination of knowledge of the theory and practice of mechanical engineering. • Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers...promotes electrical engineering, electronics and radio, and professional developm...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

RESPONSIBLE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AS CRIME VICTIM ADVOCATES Training session begins October 23 For more information contact: THE VICTIM/WITNESS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM at 233-3312

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

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SGA Update [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 October 1986

SGA Update By Luke Hess The Student Government Association for Capital College learned that Coordinator of Student Activities Jennifer Krohn will no longer be serving as S.G.A. advisor. According to Peg O'Hara, Coordinator of Career Planning and Placement, Krohn will be pursuing her doctorate in higher education at University Park. O'Hara will serve as temporary advisor until a permanent replacement is found. A contribution of approximately $300 was approved by S.G.A. toward purchasing software for the computer in the Student Activities Office. The software package will help to more effectively keep records of club budgets. S.G.A. President Jeanette Brinker appointed Panos Xynarious to position of graduate senator. Xynarious is completing studies at Capital College for his master's degree in public administration. A new constitution for Powerhouse Fellowship was submitted to and approved by the S.G.A. Powerhouse Fellowship is a new student organization designed to bring to...

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