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Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

Letters to the Editor Dear Editor, A particular problem that has bothered me since the beginning of my first semester here has not in the least subsided or improved, so I feel I should address it to the entire campus community. The cause for my anger, as well as many of my fellow students, is the extremely poor attitudes of some of the administrative employees in the Olmsted Building. Every time a question regarding registration, adjustment of schedules, financial and billing concerns, or even general student information arises where better to go than the administrative offices for resolve? Unfortunately, due to the rudeness, impoliteness and insensitivity on the part of some of the secretarial. staff, other students, as well as myself, would rather not seek help. For example, in the beginning of this semester, I was looking for a certain student department so I went into the registration office and inquired, although it was much to my humiliation because the women chuckle...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
piktijj jri^ [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

IRtegSstttraittScDm Sttk&cstrs AvaHIlfitoll® Students with FALL 1986 parking stickers, who will register for Spring classes, need to acquire a SPRING 1987 sticker. SPRING stickers are available now in the office of Safety/Police Services in the CRAGS Building or during registration. FALL STICKERS will be INVALID as of January 12 and ticketing for No Permit or Sticker will begin January 26th. There is no Charge for narking stickers, however a VAMP Sticker is required to nark an auto on University property.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

MAKE THESE TWO COLLEGE YEARS REALLY PAYOFF. 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'll 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 11 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. BE ALL YOU CAN BE.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

Do You Need Child Care Facilities? The Graduate Student Union is in the preliminary stages of planning a child care center on campus. Toward this end, a visit is being planned to PSU/New Kensington campus to tour their new facility. Anyone interested in the January trip should contact Janet Widoff, Student Affairs, Room 212, or Jeanette Brinker, SGA President.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 10 December 1986

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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5,000 Welcome Lions Back To PA [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

5,000 Welcome Lions Back To PA By Jan Trovers It was over quickly. Then they were gone. But if the enthusiasm was any indication, the crowd didn't mind. Penn State, Harrisburg played host to the number one Nittany Lions football team on January 4. Landing just minutes before at Harrisburg International Airport enreute from their 14-10 Fiesta Bowl victory over Miami, the players, coaches, and team personnel were greeted by better than 5,000 fans, who showed up in chilling thirty degree weather to welcome them back from Arizona. Noticeably absent from the rally were Joe Paterno, who left Tempe for the NCAA meeting in San Diego, and such standout players as Shane Conlan, D.J. Dozier, and Harrisburg native Ray Isom, who went directly to Tokyo for the Japan Bowl All-star game. However, defensive lineman Bob White was on hand to address the crowd while he showed off the national championship trophy to the cheering fans. In addition, defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky and offen...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Professors Defend Engineering Surcharge [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

Professors Defend Engineering Surcharge By Joe Kupec The engineering surcharge is a $100 fee assessed all junior, senior and graduate students for the purpose of improving laboratory equipment. Implemented in 1985, the surcharge is common at Main, Harrisburg and Behrend campuses of Penn State. Most engineering students first notice the surcharge on their estimated bill which arrives from Shields Building at University Park. An explanation accompanies the spring schedule at the Capital College and a similar statement is available upon request at the Finance Office desk in Olmsted Building. According to Dr. William Welsh, chairman of the engineering department, the surcharge combined with university, state and federal funding has contributed to improving the quality of engineering programs on campus. He points out that in the mid- seventies the university had discontinued major acquisition of lab equipment based on lab fees. The university had hoped to acquire equipment throug...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

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Singel Addresses Graduates & Challenges Them to "Dare to Aspire" [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

Singel Addresses Graduates & Challenges Them to "Dare to Aspire" By Jan Travers Penn State's present favorite son came home to visit on graduation day. Mark Singel, lieutenant governor-elect and a magna cum laude graduate of Penn State University, was the keynote speaker of the commencement ceremonies, in which 148 baccalaureate and 34 graduate degrees were awarded. In addressing the graduates, Singel challenged them to "dare to aspire." "You have all escaped the exams and preparation, just as you all share the experience of anticipating a future that is stimulating, challenging, and scary," said Singel. "Does the future frighten you?" asked Singel. Acknowledging that it should, he went on to warn that some may find it difficult to find positions in their field. "See it as a challenge. Be creative and innovative in finding your own opportunity," he offered. Warning the graduates that they are emerging at a mixed moment in economic history, Singel promised them that...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Va\ ^nr oWment Breakdown Released [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

Va\\ ^nr oWment Breakdown Released By Vicki Koon The fall enrollment of 1986 brought Penn State at Harrisburg its largest ever student enrollment. Out of a student body count of 2,888, 1,762 students registered as undergraduates, and 1,126 registered as graduate students. 604 students were campus residents. Of the total student body, 524 students registered in the undergraduate Business program, with an additional 275 students in the graduate Business program, giving the Business division the largest enrollment in the school, totaling 799 students. Engineering had a larger undergraduate division with 599' students, but had only 112 students registered in its Engineering Science graduate program. Behavioral Science and Education follow next in line with a combined 146 undergraduate students and 218 graduate students. Public Policy and Public Affairs had an enrollment of 81 undergraduate students, 123 graduate students, and 3 doctoral candidates. Humanities, American Studies...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

Cross-fire at Faculty Panel 12:30 - 2 PM, Thurs. Jan. 29 Gallery Lounge There will be an open forum featuring one faculty member from each division, for the purpose of improving faculty-student relations. AH students are invited to participate. Refreshments will be served. Any questions can be addressed to Jeanette Brinker at the SGA office in room 212.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Take Notice [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

Take Notice All students who plan on parking on college property must acquire a Spring 1987 parking sticker. Stickers are available in the CRAGS Building, and they are free of charge. Fall stickers ¦ > were invalid as of January 12 and ticketing of vehicles with No Permit' or Sticker will begin January 26.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Gilpin Recognized For Dedication [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

Gilpin Recognized For Dedication By Jan Travers For the first time, a faculty member at Penn State Harrisburg has been presented with the Provost's Community Service Award. Clem Gilpin, instructor in Afro-American Studies, was chosen for the award "which recognizes an individual's valuable contributions toward making Southcentral Pennsylvania a better place in which to work and live." In presenting the honor, Provost Ruth Leventhal recognized Gilpin as a person who "has distinguished himself in several voluntary posts while maintaining a full teaching load." These positions include being advisor to the Black Student Union and the International Affairs Association, as well as the director of the Model United Nations program, which last year brought more than 350 students from 24 area high schools to the campus. Former awards given to Gilpin include the 1981 "Advisor of the Year" award from the Student Government for his work with BSU and IAA, and the 1978 Dr. James A. Jorda...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

\^Capital Times EDITOR: Jan Travers SfAJff; Torn Boyle Julie Larson - RayBarkett . , imtMtmt , > . MikeCamilli - Sharoa Ofewtead Thalia Cook Alan Pincus ;i Luke Hess D«^R«uias , VicfciKoon Bob TR* ADVERTISING MANAGER: CARTOONIST: Kris Hansen Joe Kupec BUSINESS MANAGER: CONTRIBUTORSDiane Fitzgerald DougRichwine PHOTOGRAPHERS: Kathy Riley-King Todd Hammaker ADVISOR: Sylvia Johnson Joanne Smith Primed at the PMH »«<# Jouratl, Mlddklown. The Capital Times u 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 *rirnes does not endorse its adVertiseW. The Capital Times welcomes signed letters from readers. Unsigned letters cannot be printed; however a writer's name can be . wiuiheld uponrequest — — ¦ ¦ .1 — ^ — . , ¦ , , ¦ ¦- —"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

Weather Service In the event of inclement weather, faculty may cancel class-particularly if the class has a large number of commuting students. Faculty have been asked to notify the Weather Service in the Community Relations Office when they cancel class. By calling (717) 948-6029 students will receive a recorded listing of such cancellations. This list is updated every half hour, and students are advised to call the weather center at the last possible moment before they must leave home for class.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

Clem Gilpin accepting the Provost's Community Service Award at commencement ceremony.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

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"Hi! Do You Know Me?" [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

"Hi! Do You Know Me?" By Jan Travers He'd be a natural for an American Express credit card commercial. If you didn't look at the uniform you'd never guess who the very young, easy going, ever smiling, bespectacled young man was. But look below his chin and you see a major clue to solving his identity. He is the Rev. Kenneth Smith, campus minister at Penn State at Harrisburg. At 29, he is young enough to relate to youth, but after only a few words you realize he is wise enough to garner respect. There is no campus ministry office so Father uses public gathering places to mingle with the students. Every Wednesday during the semester, from 9:30 to 4, Father sets up shop in the Lion's Den. "I want students to know someone from the church is there to share their problems, frustrations, or to be a friend," said Smith. "Church is not a major part of college life, and as a result, kids will shy away," he continued. Therefore, the major focus of his attention for his fust semester at...

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