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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
Rock 'N'Roll ? John Lennon £ Apple SK3419 -i c n Suprise, suprise! It's finally appeared! After just four months, and without waiting for the furor caused by his last album, Walls & Bridges, to die down, John Lennon has unleashed another bombshell. This one's titled Rock 'n' Roll, and is justthat: a collection of thirteen (fifteen, if you count the medlies) remade classics from out of the age of Ike and blue suede shoes. Actually, as those of you out there who stay informed know, this album has been in the works for at least two years. This is the final product of what has been heretofore known as "the Spector sessions", after producer Phil Spector, with whom Lennon originally worked back in the last quarter of 1973, when most of these cuts were recorded. In an interview soon after the release of Mind Games, Lennon hinted that his next release would be an album of oldies. As it turned out, he began work on it, then shelved it until after the release of Walls &...
Keggar Snows Record Crowd [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
Keggar Snows Record Crowd by Gene T. Eddy The annual Engineering Week Keggar could well have been the record setting event of the '75 Capitol Campus calendar. The Keggar, which was held last Tuesday, February 18th, was well supported by the student body and they deserve a lot of credit for supporting an activity on campus. Of course, twelve kegs of free beer and a tremendous performance by "Hayride" didn't hurt the cause either. The Engineering Keggar, which was sponsored by the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and the Institute of Traffic Engineers, was well ap preciated by many of those who were in attendance. A note of special thanks goes to my co-chairman Skip Laratonda and Dennis Heck. Also, thanks goes to John Mailleue for obtaining the beer and K. Kniss, F. Mazurek, D. Bednar, T. Wessner, J. Schrum, D. Hoezle, S. Nehring, R. Halecky, P. Lund, D. Wolf, who al! participated in the Clean-Up duties. Dave Nich...
SGA News [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
SGA News I Call To Order & Attendance, Honorable Russ Hogg Presiding. OLD BUSINESS - elections - Mark Fey reported that general elections are to be held on April 3rd, Thursday,. Max Rifer made a motion - that we accept these dates. It was approved unanimously. - treasurer - Jay said we received $3,000 dollars from the Provost. He suggested we send him a thank you note. He suggested that we get an action on the remodeling of the student center. Mark made the motion that we thank the Provost. It was posted unanimously. Andy made a motion that we send a letter ot remodel the student center.. P unanimously. A new organization N.O.W. has asked for 150.00 from S.G.A. Dave made a motion that we give them the money. All for 1 abstain. Poll Results Dave made a motion that it be tabled. Bitch Booth - Max made a motion that this be tabled. Casino Night - Thursday is the deadline for SGA to decide on a booth. Rich suggested that we have a dice booth. Dave suggested that we let t...
JOHN DEAN SPEAKS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
JOHN DEAN SPEAKS Dean spoke alone on the podium, fielding question after question from the audience of 1,500 persons. Photo by Prouser Mim ersV C mefe sTa n tee ca o7lege ""ABC ''""C ™ ^' ^J °h "5ea "'S lecture at Photo by Prouser The press covered John Dean's speech, often provoking his ire over the 8)—rjLfiLI!^l2?J^[Js ^L-J]-T„^r??yJ' flh -t5: Photo by Prouser ' u 01 W) > 3 is ita ' o o £ a. | Raymond Johnson instructing a k dance class during his stay at Capitol as Dancer in Residency. i [Raymond Johnson presented a dance concert last Friday in the Auditorium. Photo by Bollinger Lem Tucker, reporter for the ABC Evening News, appears tired after chasing John Dean from airport to airport trying to get a statement from Dean regarding the recent sentencing of the four Watergate defendants. Photo by Prouser
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PennPIRG-Drive Failure, Casino Night Success Discussed At President's Council to push the yearbook and sell as many as possible. In the Council's final item of discussion, it was revealed that Dave Nicholas, Social Committee Chairman, is studying the feasibility of selling optional student-activities cards next year, as a fund-raising vehicle. The system, as he outlined it, would allow card-holders into social activities either free or at reduced rates, and the number of events would be increased to a targeted two or three a week. Although the meeting was short and covered many topics, it was not attended by almost as many organizations as were there. These organizations did not send representatives: Yearbook, BSU, DTK, IEEE, ITE, PSPE, and Aviation Club. The following organizations were represented at the meeting: SGA, MHBOG, GPP, NOW, [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
PennPIRG-Drive Failure, Casino Night Success Discussed At President's Council to push the yearbook and sell as many as possible. In the Council's final item of discussion, it was revealed that Dave Nicholas, Social Committee Chairman, is studying the feasibility of selling optional student-activities cards next year, as a fund-raising vehicle. The system, as he outlined it, would allow card-holders into social activities either free or at reduced rates, and the number of events would be increased to a targeted two or three a week. Although the meeting was short and covered many topics, it was not attended by almost as many organizations as were there. These organizations did not send representatives: Yearbook, BSU, DTK, IEEE, ITE, PSPE, and Aviation Club. The following organizations were represented at the meeting: SGA, MHBOG, GPP, NOW, Last Meeting Before SGA Elections by Jim Bollinger The failure of PennPIRG, a student-sponsored lobbying organization, to gain acceptance ...
Broad Spectrum Of Students Involved In Physics Research [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
Broad Spectrum Of Students Involved In Physics Research For many a college student, the scientist wrapped in a white robe Is the high priest of modern society. He delves into the mysteries of life while hidden in the sanctuary of his laboratory. But for Dr. Joseph Pedul la, physicist at Penn State-Capitol Campus, one way of keeping in touch with students and also of portraying physicists as people, was to involve a broad spectrum of students in physics research. Over a period of five years, several hundred undergraduate students from all phases of education did basic research at Penn State University. Dr. Pedul la has written about the undergraduate involvement in research in a recent issue of "The American Journal of Physics". To begin, the physics faculty members were conducting active research programs. Students who were in programs, such as business, education and liberal arts, were invited to do scientific research under the direction of a graduate assistant. Accordin...
New transcript rules are announced [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
New transcript rules are announced A student or graduate requesting his transcript from the Records Office at the University may obtain it in person if he can provice proper identification. He also may have it mailed if he has his request notarized. Telephone calls for transcripts will not be accepted. These changes, now in effect, result from the new Federal Law, titled the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, better known as the Buckley Aemendment, says El wood M. Wagner, records officer. Information needed to provide a transcript, he explains, are Social Security number, complete legal name as contained on the academic record, prior names, if any, that may have appeared on the record, dates ot attendance, and classification of coursework, such as undergraduate, graduate, continuing education, adjunct, correspondence, nondegree graduate, unit, real estate or insurance course work, etc. The name and address where the transcript is to be mailed also are neede...
DTK Scholarships Available [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
DTK Scholarships Available Delta Tau Kappa, International Social Science Honor Society, announces the availability of two $150.00 undergraduate and graduate scholarship awards. To qualify, one must be a social science major, who has successfully completed at least 3 terms as an undergraduate and 1 term as a graduate student. The' awarding of the scholarship will be based on scholastic achievement and financial need. Scholarship applications may be obtained in Room W-103. Deadline for the return of the applications is March 24,
Kunkle Scholarships [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
Kunkle Scholarships Students who will be continuing at Capitol Campus in 1975-76 may wish to apply for a Kunkle Scholarship. This article serves as an alert to those who may wishtoapply - it is imperative that you file a 1975-76 Confidential Statement with the University as soon as possible (if you have not done so already). Confidential Statements are available at the Admissions-Financial Aid Office. The criteria for consideration for these scholarships are: (1) Professional promise as demonstrated by academic achievement. (2) Evidence of leadership in your home community and-or the University campus. (3) Financial Need. The Kunkle Scholarship Fund was established in 1974 in memory of Bayard D. and Ethel M. Kunkle. Mr. Kunkle was born in Steelton, Pa. and spent his boyhood in Paxtang. He graduated from Penn State in 1907. His career as an industrialist was capped by service as a group vice-president and member of the Board of Directors of the General Motors Corporation. Kun...
Late Niqht Notes [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
Late Niqht Notes The first floor hallway - devoid of people, an image of form and shadow. by fred prouser as the end of the term approaches, one starts to wonder about the things gained and learned in being these past ten weeks or so. courses are instruments through which education is supposedly channeled, sometimes courses work, other times this method of education doesn't succeed, all this business about courses depends on the esteemed notion that the educational process occurs within the confines of a classroom- which consists of four green cinder block walls here at capitol. what happens sometimes, if you're lucky, is an educational experience outside the classroom, application of the knowledge gained in class is what any educational process is all about whether it be today or ten years from now. all this boils down to is a firm belief held by this writer that learning by doing- active day to day immersion in your chosen field is what education should be all about. tonig...
New Food Stamp Regulation [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
New Food Stamp Regulation Nobody seems to know how many college students are on the Food Stamp program—undoubtedly thousands. Many of them, however, may no longer be eligible for food stamps. A new regulation issued by the Department of Agriculture makes ineligible those students who receive more than half their income from parents who themselves are ineligible for Food Stamps. Students listed by their parents as tax dependents — and this includes a large majority of college students—are also excluded. Thus relatively few students it seems will be on the Food Stamp program in the future. Formerly single college students with an income of less than $194 per month were eligible for Food Stamps regardless of their parents' financial status. The new amendment, effective Jan. 10, 1975, makes ineligible a student who: "(1) is at least 18 years old; (2) is enrolled in an institution of higher education; and (3) is a properly claimed tax dependent of a person who is not a member of ...
What Happened To The Reader? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
What Happened To The Reader? tW t/Vcde ^wmi *JAe ibdi<t( Well, folks, it's like this: Problems (with a capital "P") kept us off the air the last couple of weeks. Due to its lack of operational staff and money, Capitol's weekly Reader is metamorphosizing into a bi-weekly Reader. A number of formidable situations evolved this past term as the personal resources of the extremely small "fulltime" Reader staff were strained to the limits. By the time the seventh weekoftheterm rolled around, we just couldn't make it alone anymore. It is extremely hard work for three people to get out a half-decent newspaper every week. Due to a number of extenuating circumstances, we lost our typesetter at about this time. Since we had no replacement, we had to resort to the Middletown Press & Journal for all the work, although they usually only do our printing. Because it was late in the week, issue No. 17 was a day late getting to you. We canceled the March 7 issue because we had ...
Easter Raffle [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
Easter Raffle The Meade Heights Board of Governors are having an Easter Basket Raffle. The basket will be on display in the Student Affairs Office every day until the drawing. The drawing will be on Thursday, March 27, at 12:00 noon, at the round table. You can purchase chances from any Board of Governor member or at the Coffee House from Pat Murphy. Tickets are $.25-each or 5 for $1.00. The basket was donated from Catoris Candies Inc., New Kensington, Pa. All proceeds will go towards the Rites of Spring*