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Asking Around [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 November 1986

Asking Around Rather than spend the year trying to force oqr opinion oa you, we have created a forum to hear from you> the college community, Bach issue we will explore a diff ereat topic by tm> dom selection and short editorials, by both the staff and you, the renders, > The next Capital Times will deal with the 'Christmas: < What) do you want to.' find under your tree? \ Anyone with an interest in this is asked to submit Ms feelings in typewritten format to the Capital Times, Jloon* 212, To he consdered for publishing, the editorial most he signed and submitted by October 22. We will also be accepting topic ideas for future Asking Around features. Any ideas selected will be credited to you in the paper.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Campus Commentary [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 November 1986

Campus Commentary My Square Roots Inspired by Alex Haley, I have just completed a ten year search to find my own roots. I had to know the origin of the Pincus clan and where my people came from. My search led me to an obscure tribe of Native Americans and my most ancient direct ancestor, Kunte Kinte Pincus. It seems my people lived in harmony in the Catskill Mountains until the white man Cynicism & Humor Alan Pincus came and took many ot them into slavery down south. Evidently, although they lived a rather primitive existence, they had a tremendous talent for accounting. In fact, they are the only known tribe to invent double-entry bookkeeping before the wheel. The slave traders sold them as breeder stock to keep the plantations full of accountants andMBAs. Many were forced to keep two sets of books against their wills. They did not always do all this back-breaking work with a smile on their faces, however. It was my ancestor, Mogambo Pincus, who led a bloody s...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Haunting Noises Heard in Olmsted [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 November 1986

Haunting Noises Heard in Olmsted By Joe Kupec I have been hearing some funny noises in the Olmsted Building lately. Around the end of the third week of October it all began as faint whispers and sighs. Initially I shrugged it off as the Central Pennsylvania wind whistling down the river valley and through the windows and walls of the campus physical plant. As Halloween drew near the sighing grew to audible moaning and the whispers were transformed into tortured choruses of thousands of voices. No problem I thought, after the thirty-first of the month these sounds of the season will recede into the acoustic tile ceiling from whence they came. Election Day has come and gone and those disembodied voices are still here. During the day the noise of the students in the corridors and instructors lecturing drown them out. At night, when most serious students are awake and at work the sounds can be somewhat distracting. The source of all this unearthly cacophany isn't the unquiet dea...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Saying Thanks [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 November 1986

Saying Thanks By Vicfci Koon With Thanksgiving Day approaching in the midst of papers due and tests to be taken we may forget to take the time to say thanks to those that make us feel loved, alive, and human. Thanksgiving is a day to Respond. Most people take this to mean hugging Mom with a pot of mums in your hand, sitting in front of the TV making football stadium noises with Dad, devouring turkey and stuffing and sweet potatoes and peas and broccoli and carrots and salad and cranberry sauce while saving room for dessert, and finally going to sleep feeling only indigestion tugging at the conscience. What about the person who called you and said how happy she was to read your article, or the understanding editor of the paper who sweated out receiving your late assignment? Or the person who lent you his notes when you missed a day of class? What about the person chasing his hat on the expressway that made you laugh, or the person who wrote that book that made you cry? What...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 November 1986

Editor's Note: We regret that Richard Hobbs, Junior Senator, and Dan Knittle, Senior Senator were unavailable for pictures on the day photos were shot.

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MEET TTME SFWBEM1T (B@ WE1RNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 November 1986

MEET TTME SFWBEM1T (B@ WE1RNMENT Jeanette Brinker President Gary Gaston Vice President Eleanor Mitchell Treasurer John Moyle Secretary Mike Turk Parliamentarian Sam McNaughton Senior Senator at Large Laurie Spencer Senior Senator at Large Scott Frederick Senior Senator John Rivelle Senior Senator Engineering Technology Jeff Bickel Junior Senator Engineering Technological Nick Roslevege Junior Senator Public Policy Katherine Rutledge Junior Senator Behavioral Science Christine Geary Junior Senator Business Greg Kazmierczak Senior Senator at Large Public Policy Panos Xynarios Graduate Senator

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 November 1986

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 November 1986

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Data Center Based at PSU [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 November 1986

Data Center Based at PSU By Tom Boyle How do you find out how the Federal Government is spending your tax money or what are the most popular names given to babies in the state? A recent edition of the Pennsylvania Stale Data Center News contained the answers to both questions. The Pennsy- lvania State Date Center (PSDC), located in W301 of the Olmsted building, disseminated census data on all 50 states to both private and public interests. Data from the 1980 census comes on computer tapes which creates a need for a center that allows the information to be accessible to the public. The center currently has about 800 tapes in all from the 1980 census. The data center started in 1980 and is located in this area because of the proximity to the capital. The center has 30 affiliates statewide to provide better access to the public. "We receive about 150 calls a week," said Lisa Bontempo, manager of PSDC. The inquiries range from the serious to the silly and are handled by the ce...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Renovations to TV Studio Completed [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 November 1986

Renovations to TV Studio Completed By Denise Reinas This year, the television studio at Penn State, Harrisburg , was renovated and supplied with many new pieces of equipment. Years of planning and various sources of finnding fulfilled the desire for a new television studio. When Dr. William Mahar became the Humanities Department head, he began planning the renovation of the studio. His reasons were: he wanted to support the academic Multi-Media program; he wanted Penn State, Harrisburg to become a telecommunications hub lor Central Pennsylvania; and he made a commitment to media students that they would have equipment good enough to give them experience for the competitive job market. "It is a long-range plan to make Penn State, Harrisburg a regional communication center," said Mahar. Approximately $60,000 was spent on the studio. Financing came from various sources. The PA Department of Education instructional grant was for $25,000; another $10,000 came from Benjamin Frankl...

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Is This College? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 November 1986

Is This College? I happened to be on the way to the library this Saturday via a pit stop at the vending center when a curious group of high school students followed a guide into the Lion's Den. What were they here for? They couldn't have been here to taste the food, for the concession stand stood silent behind its metal armor. They couldn't have been here to talk to the students, for the only students around were breathing heavy concentration and isolating themselves from the world by a fortress of books. They couldn't have been here to talk to the teachers to find out how .this college thinks, for there were no teachers around. Why do you suppose they were here?

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 November 1986

MAKE THESE TWO COLLEGE YEARS REALLY PAY OFF. Something has clicked. And you want to continue your education. Where will you get the money? Consider the Army College Fund. If you qualify, your two-year college education (60 semester hours) can help you accumulate up to $20,100 in a two-year enlistment. And you can enter the Army with a promotion. While you're getting the money for college you 11 be learning a valuable skill. You can choose from a variety of skills useful to the Army that could lead to a civilian career. You'll also have a couple of years to experience the excitement and adventure of travel, doing new things and meeting new people. The point: the Army has lots of ways to help you make the most of your two college years. Find out how Call your local Army Recruiter. In Harrisburg: In Camp Hill: 564-9391 737-0413 ARMY. BEALLYOUCANBE.

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Satellite Dish Donated [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 November 1986

Satellite Dish Donated Through the generosity of a television network, The Capital College can now tune in its TV set for special programming. A satellite dish, donated by TCS Network, which broadcasts Penn State Football games, has been erected outside of the continuing education building. Even though it has only been in use for about two months, the local community has been able to take advantage of some hi-tech programs, according to Ron Melchiorre, director of continuing education. Included in these programs has been a hook-up with the National Teleconference on World Food Day, medical programs which benefit Hershey Medical Center personnel, and technological programs to benefit our engineers. The satellite receiver is connected to the two conference rooms in the continuing education building. "The only problems we've run into so far has been the scheduling of the rooms. Seminars that were planned prior to the satellite's installation have priority right now," said Melch...

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