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Yucelt Studies Generic Products [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 November 1986

Yucelt Studies Generic Products By Thalia Cook Dr. Uger Yucelt, associate professor of marketing, has written a paper entitled, "Consumer Perceptions of Generic Grocery Products: Users vs. Non-Users," which has been accepted for publication in "Marketing Intelligence and Planning." Yucelt said that he did a study to understand purchasing of generic products. The study showed generic products are 40 percent less than national brands in price and 20 percent less in price than store brands. These differences are due to simple packaging, producing and advertising. The savings are passed on to the consumer. Generic products were first introduced in France. They were introduced in the United States in 1977 by the Jewel-T chain of Chicago. The actual manufacturers are virtually anonymous. Also, the quality of materials used cannot be revealed. Yucelt found that some generic products were excellent quality while others appeared to just meet minimal Food and Drug Adminislra-tion stan...

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

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 November 1986

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

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

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

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Professional Journalist Blasts Ronald Reagan's Latest Exploits [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

Professional Journalist Blasts Ronald Reagan's Latest Exploits By Jan Travers "Without a doubt, that was the single most imbecilic foreign policy mistake ever made," said Georgie Anne Geyer of President Ronald Reagan's disclosure of selling arms to the Iranians. Geyer, a professional journalist for over 25 years and a syndicated col UIinii'ST ""with Universal Press Syndicate appeared on campus November 20 as the second speaker of the Provost's Lecture Series. Geyer said she was appalled at how Reagan and his staff continues to misread cultures. "Iranians have a bizarre mentality. How could he go into Iran, stay at the Hilton Hotel, which more likely than not is bugged by the Ayatollah Khomeini, and be so naive as to think he was meeting with independent reactionaries?" Geyer said. She went on to add that Khomeini wants to draw the United Slates into a web and then destroy us, and "the administration fell right into the trap." "Iran must lose this war," said Geyer. By sending...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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New and Improved WNDR On The Way [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

New and Improved WNDR On The Way By Jan Travers With a little help from its friends, the campus radio station could be operational by February 1, 1987. Since September, a group of 10 very active, very new members of WNDR has been busy preparing for the rebirth of the station which has not operated since Spring 1985. In preparation for the startup, the station staff had to be formed, a new constitution written, an office set up, and a survey done to determine the musical interests of the college community. However, perhaps the most difficult aspect has been building credibility and interest in the station. "This group (of WNDR members) has done more than previous groups," said Luke Hess, station manager, on the sincere effort and planning in anticipation of returning to the airwaves. "We're not here to fail," added Bob Derk, assistant station manager. A major portion of the planning has been the effort to secure new equipment, according to Hess. "Students in the past had to ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

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Why Aren't Colleges Measuring Up? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

Why Aren't Colleges Measuring Up? By Doug Richwine According to a recent report by the Carnegie Foundation for the advancement of teaching, our nations' undergraduate colleges arc "more successful at handing out degrees than in educating students." Carnegie President Ernest L. Boyer stales that, "America's higher educational system remains the envy of the world but the undergraduate college, the very heart of higher learning, is a troubled institution." "Scrambling for students and driven by marketplace demands, many undergraduate colleges have lost their sense of mission," concluded the report titled, "College: The Undergraduate Experience in America." If the conclusion of the Carnegie report is accurate, then what was the mission ihat was lost? More importantly, however, what was the essence of the mission the undergraduate colleges have found. Think about it. During the senior year of high school college representatives flood the local school districts in search of potent...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Five Lions Face Dragons, Bison, and Rats [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

Five Lions Face Dragons, Bison, and Rats By Kathleen Riley-King What are The Lab Rats, Bison Chips, Dragons, Ruccas Razors, and Huskies' Byte? No, they are not new rock groups, nor are they street gangs. Instead, they are only a few of the nineteen teams that competed in the Ninth Annual Allegheny Region Computer Programming Contest at Bucknell University on November 15. They represented the University of Delaware, Bucknell, Drexel, Rutgers, and Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, respectively. At the competition, David Nowacoski, John Stepanik, Robert Gill, Michael Maitland, and Thomas Cheatle represented Penn State at Harrisburg. Usually, two students from the Business Administration program and two students from the Math Science program attend the competition. This year, all five competitors were Math Science majors. In addition to these five Lions, University Park sent a separate team to the competition. The objective of the ;ompetition was to. write four Eurbo Pasc...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

"MeFmr^TOTT^ i The Fall Semester Commencement Ceremony I for graduate and undergraduate degree I candidates is scheduled for W am on Saturday, I January 10, 1987, in the College's Capital j Union Building. The speaker will be Li. Governor elect Mark S, Singel (D-Cambria). AH graduates are to be gowned and in the Student Center, Area of^ the Capital Union Building by 9 am so they caa, receive instructions and be lined. u# for toe

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

W^Capital Times | EDITOR: Jan Travers STAFF* Tom Boyle " Julie i^son Ray Burkett Jean Mmtz Mike Camilli Sharon Olmstead Thalia Cook Alan nscm Luke Hm Deals* Rdnas Vicki Koon Bob TR$ ADVERTISING MANAGER: CARTOONIST: Kris Hansen Joe Kupec BUSINESS MANAGER: CONTRIBUTORSDiane Fitzgerald Doug Richwine PHOTOGRAPHERS: Kalhy Riley-King Todd Hammaker ADVISOR: Sylvia Johnson Joanne Smith Printed al the Press mil Journal, Mlddlelown. The Capital Times is published by the students of Penn State at Harrisburg. Concerns about content of any issue should be directed to the editor in Room 212, Olmsted Building. Any opinion expressed are those of the author and are not representative of the college administration, faculty or student body. The Capital Times does not endorse its advertisers. The Capital Times.welcomes signed letters from readers. Unsigned letters 1 cannot be printed; however a writer's name can be withheld wponraipest. ¦ ¦ |

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Graduate Student Union is Looking for a Few Good People [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

Graduate Student Union is Looking for a Few Good People By Jean Meitz The Graduate Student Union (GSU) is looking for those over 1,000 full and part-time students that are taking postgraduate courses at Penn State, Harrisburg. Bill Eason, president of GSU since 1984 leads a well organized, if somewhat small group. Fay Youngmark, vicepresident and Cathy Madigan, treasurer, team with Eason to form a dedicated working leadership. Eason stressed that the purpose of GSU at Capital College is two-fold, first as an advocacy group responsive to the graduate student's needs and second, he sees GSU as serving in community, academic and social functions. There are no dues and all graduate students are eligible. There is a direct link with the main campus GSU in direction and special projects and GSUHarrisburg is the only representative of the graduate students at University Park. The GSU also has a representative on the prestigious and powerful intrainstitutional Faculty Senate. The ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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ROTC Is Hoisting Flag Again [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

ROTC Is Hoisting Flag Again By Tom Boyle Despite recent governmental controversies, patriotism is on the rise, according to representatives of the 14 U.S. Army Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) members of Penn State, Harrisburg. The ROTC members began raising and lowering the American flag in front of the Olmsted building on November 17. "A need was identified to provide respect to the flag and maintenance asked us to provide this service," said Captain Michael DiGennaro, assistant professor of military science. "I think people are becoming more aware of patriotism by requesting this service," said Jeff Garvin, Cadet Major. The flag is raised at approximately 7:30 am and is lowered at 4:30 pm on every day that classes are in session except during inclimate weather. The ROTC detail is made up of three cadets that rotate the duty among its 14 members. The cadets all agree that it is more than just an exercise, it helps build communications, customs, and confidence for i...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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WNDR [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

WNDR (continued from page 1) area with a better quality sound. The station, which is located at 630 on the AM dial, operates on "carrier current," meaning it is, in essence, a modified public address system, according to Derk. It uses a low power multi-transmitter system, with a 20 watt transmitter in both Meade Heights and Olmsted Building, and a 5 watt transmitter in the Dining Hall. According to Hess, already WNDR has a list of 30 people who have shown an interest in being onair personalities. In order to ensure continuity and facilitate training, an in-house training video will be produced to be viewed at the prospective dj's leisure. At present, an attempt to secure a professional radio personality to office advice and guidance in producing the film. "We want to make WNDR an easy club to join, for entertainment as well as education," said Hess.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

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