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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 June 1972
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Goes TO Canada [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 June 1972
Goes TO Canada The thrust of a Cross Cultural experience is not to hold one culture in comparison to another on a qualitive continuum. The heightened understanding of different cultures, and through that, of our own is the goal. For example, in Nigeria young men of a certain culture volunteer to be beaten twice on the chest with a large stick somewhat like a baseball bat. Interestingly, it is their best friends who hit them. The young man, as proof of his strength and indurance, shows no pain and, thus, earns due respect. You may say that it is a painful and silly custom. Painful, yes. But silly? How about our boot camp or fraternity initiation? Or the four years of pain known as college. But Cross Culture is more than examining rites of passage. Cultures are made up of people. People are molded by their culture, and we carry the experience wherever we go, whatevery we do. In order to live and work with each other better, we must understand cultures. The possibilities for Ca...
Origin-Destination Survey Results [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 June 1972
Origin-Destination Survey Results The Institute of Traffic Engineers has announced the results of its Origin-Destination Survey which appeared in last week's issue of THE CAPITOLIST. 138 people representing all facets of the Capitol community participated, an above average campus sampling. Over 60 per cent of those responding reside on campus. Over 90% of those campus residents drove to school or were passengers in autos. 61 persons designated themselves off-campus commuters. 28 people said they came to the Classroom Building via the Route 230 entrance. 24 used the back entrance through Olmsted Plaza and Rosedale Ave. 16 participants utilized the Wharton Ave. entrance - a direct shot from Middletown.
Cross Cultural Committee [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 June 1972
Cross Cultural Committee Center Here Possible by Lee Nell Last week, a committee from Capitol Campus journeyed to the University of Western Ontario at London, Ontario, for the purpose of experiencing the Cross Cultural Center there and discussing the possibilities of establishing a similar center at Capitol. Led by Dr. Winston A. Richards and Prof. Clem Gilpin, the committee was comprised of nine students and a library staffer, Mrs. Sylvia Middleman. The students included Barb Epstein, Evon Golphin, Nadine Palmer, Elaine Marra, Steve Barry, Mike Jones, Mark Israel, Ron Edwards and Lee Nell. After 13 hours of bologna sandwiches, traffic, ball-tossing, traffic, getting lost, traffic, cokes, balloon fighting, and more traffic, the Capitol Campus "Dirty Dozen", as we came to call ourselves, arrived at U.W.O. A good night's sleep put us generally back in shape to get on with the business at hand. We learned of the Canadian Undergraduate Service Overseas program and how it was i...
Dubious Achievement Awards? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 June 1972
Dubious Achievement Awards? The "Pre-Catch 22" Award goes to Walt Slygh for his pre-pre-registration, pre-advisement pre-bullshit. The "It Takes a Crook" Award goes to Roslyn Benner and friends for their excellence in thievery. Dr. Elmer Lear gets the "Elmer Gantry Powerful Oratory" Award for his gripping lectures. To our dear Mr. Paul we bestow the "Sgt. Joe Friday Warmth" Award for his understanding and kindess in doing his job. WZAP gets the "Home Economy" Award for staying within their SGA budget so well, and for conserving their airwaves (could you hear them in your house?). Dan Ekberg receives the "Billie Sol Estes Slush Fund & Double Entry" Award for his able manipulation of the SGA funds this year. Terry Wimmer gets the "Millard Fillmore Leadership" Award. To Mike Dini, the "Golden Gavel" and the "Boy, Will You Be Sorry" Awards. This year's "Thomas Paine Common Sense" Award goes to Bill Hadfield. Housing and Food Service boss Gautreau gets the "Best Hairstyle...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 June 1972
It doesn't amount to much. Which isn't much at all considering all the car has amounted to in 23 years. -^ Cameron Auto, Inc. S 3400 Paxton Street *¦—-» * £XH *P.O.E. suggested retail price, Sedan 111. Local taxes, other dealer charges not included. Black Student Union Choir Concert Friday, June 9th 8:00 p.m. Auditorium $1,999. *
Smifin' Faces [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 June 1972
Smifin' Faces by Steve Rosenzweig I know everyone will be thrilled because this is the last Smilin' Faces of our collegiate career. We would like to dedicate our finale to all the nice people who put up with our shit. And to those who were never attacked by us, better luck next time. It's been real and we hope you enjoyed our column throughout the year. Now back to the news: Bob Dunn has recently returned from a trip to "Transpo 72". He was highly disappointed when he discovered that the Goodyear Blimp was missing from the exhibit. He's writing a letter to his congressman and Pete Rozelle to find out why. The editorial staff of The Capitolist has given out some awards. We would like to further bestow honors to those so deserving. For Best Performing Actor — Terry Wimmer for his role as President in the movie, "Bambi Goes To Capitol Campus". For Best Performing Actress — a three-way tie between the sweet ladies that work in Vendorville for their performances in the movie, "Ta...
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Ford To Address Commencement Audience [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
Ford To Address Commencement Audience by R. W. Bonaker Mr. Robert D. Ford, State Director of Selective Service and a Capitol alumnus, will be the featured speaker at today's commencement ceremonies. At 32, Ford is the youngest State Director in the nation. He was appointed to his post by President Nixon in June, 1971. He was born in Washington, D.C., the son of a career civil servant. He lived in several states during childhood before eventually returning to the family hometown of Duncannon, Pa., Perry County, in 1952. Ford is a 1957 graduate of Susquenita High School, Duncannon. Upon completion of high school, where he graduated 80th in a class of 81, he worked briefly as a ranch hand and rodeo bronc rider. In September, 1958, he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps, serving three years as a clerk, radio operator, and machine gunner. He saw duty in Spain, France, Italy and Greece. He was released from active duty in 1961 and honorably discharged in 1964, achieving the rank of ...
Klain To Be Presented Jordan Award [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
Klain To Be Presented Jordan Award Ambrose Klain, associate professor of regional planning, has been cited by the student body for excellence in teaching. Professor Klain was selected by Capitol Campus students as the first recipient of the James A. Jordan Memorial Award for Teaching, established in honor of Dr. James A. Jordan, Capitol Campus faculty member who died in a boating accident last summer. The student body selected Mr. Klain from among nine faculty members nominated for the award. He will be presented with the award at today's commencement ceremonies. In announcing results of the student vote, Leonard H. Thompson, Capitol Campus senior and award chairman, said: "Professor Klain is indicative of what the award represents: effective teaching, enthusiasm and sincere interest in accomplishing above average results in his teaching efforts. This award is granted to Professor Klain not only for these qualities, but also for his unlimited concern and humanitarian attitud...
GRADUATION TODAY [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
GRADUATION TODAY Master of Education in Elementary Education, Master of Engineering and Master of Regional Planning. Most of the baccalaureate degree candidates attended Pennsylvania community and junior colleges and other Penn State branch campuses prior to enrolling at the Capitol Campus — an upper-division and graduate campus with undergraduate programs beginning at the junior year level. Ninety-five of the undergraduate students are to be graduated with honors, having attained at least a 3.40 average out of a possible 4.00 average More than 400 students will be graduated in commencement ceremonies today. Speaker at the commencement exercises — scheduled for 4:00 p.m. outdoors in front of the Main Building - will be Robert D. Ford, Pennsylvania's State Selective Service director. Mr. Ford, at 31 the nation's youngest state Selective Service director, is a 1970 graduate of Capitol Campus with a Bachelor of Business degree. Following graduation, he worked for the Governor's...
Student Position [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
Student Position Mr. Steven Berry, a senior in Social Science and the past President of the Black Student Union at Capitol Campus, has been chosen for a legislative internship for the Summer of 1972. He will serve on the staff of K. Leroy Irvis, State House Majority Leader. Mr. Berry's option in Social Science is Public Policy. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Berry, of Philadelphia.
THE FLAG CONTROVERSY [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
THE FLAG CONTROVERSY Editorial by R. W. Bonaker In this, the fined issue of THE CAPITOUST for the year, I fully expected to write an editorial which would congratulate our seniors upon graduation. I also wanted to take time to acknowledge the efforts of our senior staff members - Lee NeU and Tom Hagan, co-editors, and contributers Gregg Crescenzo, Samantha Bower, Don Lewis, Steve Wesley, Steve Rosenzweig, Tom Black and Cheryl Boyes. But, a situation has developed in thepast few weeks which merits greater attention. On May 21, the students of Capitol Campus staged a highly successful Rock Festival. Over 25,000 people jammed the front lawn of the main building. The next day, Gov. Milton Shapp received a letter of protest about an alleged incident which took place before the concert. Vie author of the letter is FrankUn D. Linn, Sr., a former Lower Swatara Township policeman who is now a republican aid in the Pennsylvania Legislature. With the letter, which he also delivered t...
Pittenger Addresses Campus Group [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
Pittenger Addresses Campus Group by R. W. Bonaker "Capitol Campus is a college with great potential because of its proximity to the capital-Harrisburg," said Pennsylvania Secretary of Education John C. Pittenger during a visit to campus last week. Pittenger attended a luncheon in the Student Center last Friday. The audience was comprised of over 30 faculty, students and administrators. The Secretary explained that his appointment to his post was not well received by some college newspapers. One called him a "political hack" at yet another job. One state college tabloid made preparations for what it called the "rape of the state colleges" under Pittenger's administration. He was burned in effigy for his alleged "non-participation in the Keddie Case at University Park, a situation which, based on academic procedures in the dismissal of a faculty member, did not involve me," he asserted "But I wouldn't have taken the job if I didn't like it,'' he added jokingly. Pittenger succe...
Health Center [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
Health Center Robert Bailey, project director for uptown Harrisburg's Hamilton Health Center, has accepted chairmanship of the special population group Division. Developing special health programs in cancer education for communities across the state, Bailey will lead the sub-committee part of the Pennsylvania Division, ACS, public education committee.