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Get Into Your Head Shop [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
Get Into Your Head Shop by Mike Rix On November 11 a seminar sponsored by the Capitol Campus Head Shop Program for drug awareness was held by Dr. Edward Longhran, Assistant Director of "The Bridge" a halfway house in Philadelphia. This event kicked off a two day comprehensive discussion-awareness on the topic of drugs. The second part of the Head Shop Program on the following day was a Pennsylvania State Police exhibit of drugs. The two men from the Department Headquarters in Harrisburg, Ronald Roth and Ronald Prough, brought a wide variety of drugs for a two hour display in the main lobby of the school. The exhibit included morphine, heroin, coedine, opium, mescaline, LSD and marijuana. Also on display were tranquilizers, barbiturates, and amphetamines. The tranquilizers on display were librium, doriden, Valium and equanil. The barbiturates (goof balls, downs or barbs) included anytal, nembutal, Seconal and the amphetamines shown were dexerdine, eskatral, preludin and methe...
Pregnant? Need Help? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
Pregnant? Need Help? PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Abortions are now legal in New York City up to 24 weeks. The Abortion Referral Service will provide a quick and inexpensive end to your pregnancy. We are a member of the National Organization to Legalize Abortion. CALL 1-215-878-5800 for totally confidential Information. There are no shots or pills to terminate a pregnancy. These medication's are intended to induce a late period only. A good medical test is your best first action to insure your chance for choice. Get a test immediately. Our pregnancy counseling service will provide totally confidential alternatives to your pregnancy. We have a long list of those we have already assisted should you wish to verify this service. COPY OUR NUMBER FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. 1-215-878-5800
Football Playoff Results! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
Football Playoff Results! SPORTS REPORTS FLAG FOOTBALL, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1970 PLAYOFFS 1. Team #7 YJCer's defeated Team #6 H,D&D "A". Score—39-19 2. Team #9 Stud's B defeated Team #12 Trojans. Score—24-13 Scoring for Studs B: Hull 6 Hull 6 Hull 6 Rush 6 Scoring for Trojans: Roberts 6 Grezinski 1 Kelly 6 FLAG FOOTBALL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1970 PLAYOFFS 1. Team #15 XGI "B" defeated Team #10 Junk. Score—26-14 Scoring for XGI "B" : Wesley 7 Brown 6 Kagay 6 Hoffman 7 Scoring for Junk: Bell 7 Bell 7 2. Team #1 DMZ defeated Team #5 Studs A. Score—13-7 Scoring for DMZ: Creasey 7 Creasey 6 Scoring for Studs A: Joseph 7
Meet The "Playmates" and The "Untouchables" [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
Meet The "Playmates" and The "Untouchables" Coed VoUeyball — DMZ's Coed Team await serve. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL by Tony McGovern There is a volleyball team at capitol and among the girls on the teams, the game is enjoyed quite a bit. The girls find the game a good break from schoolwork and find it enjoyable and competitive. The development of the teams is most amusing. The Playmates I are all from one house, 952B Kirtland Avenue, consisting of Donna Walter, Jackie Strum, Marilyn Coriell, and Karen Bath. Playmates II is a combination of two houses, 828A Nelson Drive, with R. A. Shiela Ryan, Theresa Kaminski, Barbara Jagozinski, and Gerry Delaney, and 824A Nelson, where Karen Cunningham, Mary Pat Dougherty, Lexy Lucia, and Debbie Sklar make up the other half. Barbara Kayes and B. J. Hatfield are two other members of Playmates II. A team calling itself The Untouchables consists of Maureen Beirne, Lydia Taggart, and Ann Marie Pol chick. During a pleasant interview with Gerry Dela...
Main Street Gym [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
Main Street Gym The Mam Street Gym in Middletown will be the location for all home basketball games during the 1971 season. The Main Street Gym is located in the block adjacent to the Square where Union and Route 230 junction. It is walking distance from Capitol Campus and the building can be seen from Route 230, just before the light, at the square (look South).
Walk-A-Mile! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
Walk-A-Mile! WOMEN'S WALK-A-MILE RESULTS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1970 Jeri Delaney 1st Place - Playmates 2 - 100 points Amy Neuman 2nd Place - Individual - 75 points Missey Rotondaro 3rd Place - Playmates 1 - 50 points (Winning Time—20 min. 9 sec.) Playmates Entry 25 plus 100 plus 50 equals 175 points Individual Entry 25 plus 75 equals 100 points MEN'S WALK-A-MILE RESULTS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 1Q70 Hank Creasey 1st Place - DMZ - 100 points Joe Rice 2nd Place - DMZ - 50 points Jeff Seaton 3rd Place - DMZ - 40 points Berny Schonbach 4th Place - DMZ - 30 points Jim Kihm 5th Place - DMZ - 20 points Al Hooper 6th Place - DMZ - 10 points (Winning time—13 min. 45 sec.) DMZ Entry 25 plus 100 plus 50 plus 40 plus 30 plus 20 plus 10 equals 275 points
C.C.S.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 8 December 1970
C.C.S.C.C. (continued from page 2) certs, parties, and so forth, say so. If you remember what it was like last Winter with no Snack Bar, and were stuck m the dorm and liked it, make your feelings known. The times have changed and the issues may have changed, but I submit to you that people still enjoy a good time. . . and if your Social Committee isn't providing that for you, it deserves to die, and well it might. At least it has been responding to a contemporary theme: "Help one another". Have You? Thank you, Steve Forman
NEW PARKING REGULATION ENFORCED [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
NEW PARKING REGULATION ENFORCED Students at Capitol Campus were reminded at registration to notice the changes in the Student Vehicle Regulations which became effective on January 1, 1970. In paragraph HI, A: "Each registered vehicle shall display its use permit by affixing the one bumper sticker marked FRONT to the registered vehicles front bumper and the one bumper sticker marked REAR to the registered vehicles rear bumper." Paragraph HI, C: "The speed limit in Meade Heights Area is 20 miles per hour. The speed limit at all other locations on campus is as posted or as governed by prevailing conditions and safe driving practices, but in no case in excess of 35 miles per hour." In paragraph VI, A, the changes are: "Car pools for full-time students NOT living on campus can be arranged with the Vehicle Registrar. However, only one use permit can be issued for one fee and the members of the pool are obligated to display the permit in the windshield of the vehicle in actual use....
TOBYSINGER TALKS ABOUT ART [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
TOBYSINGER TALKS ABOUT ART TOBY SINGER EXHIBIT-There's still plenty of time to visit. It will be open until January 29th, sponsored by the faculty wives. by Tom Hagan Toby Singer is an artist. Although she doesn't usually travel from her home in Washington, she did open her "Toby Singer Arts Exhibit" here at Capitol Campus on January 14th. The exhibit consisted of a variety of types of art, including woodcut prints, clay sculpture, glass and metal works, and, most notably, plastic forms. Some of the more intriguing works were produced from copper or silver wire, shaped into a figure. Clear or colored plastic had been dripped onto the wire. It sometimes took as long as two weeks to dry. Most of the works that were shown were from plastics. The artist started working with this material extensively after she had a small amoung left over from a previous project. After a little time, she produced her first plastic sculpture, "Horse". Miss Singer has had a relatively limited amo...
Wimmer Resigns SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
Wimmer Resigns SGA by Miss Rotondaro SGA, not being a very strong organization, does not merit much respect or interest from the siuuent body. Now, ii sccins, it has come to the point that the members themselves are also loosing respect and interest. Decide for yourself. Terry Wimmer, junior senator-at-large, resigned Monday, January 11, from Student Government. To some this move came as quite a surprise, but there were others who say they expected this and knew the reasons why. Some say, "Terry did a brave thing" others called it a "political move." I wanted to hear Terry's reasons for myself and I must say he didn't hesitate expounding on them. Terry started off by saying that the senate was inefficient, insincere and unable to cope with the problems of the students, let alone play games with them. He stressed this point of the SGA playing games with the student body. He feels it is going to take at least 5-10 years to build a good student government and it can't be done t...
TOBY SINBER EXHIBIT CBNTINBES [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
TOBY SINBER EXHIBIT CBNTINBES An exhibition of sculpture, glass art, ceramics, prints, and crafts by Toby Singer, nationally known sculptor from Washington opened Thursday, January 14, at the Capitol Campus. The exhibition, sponsored by the Capitol Campus Faculty Women's Club is being held on the first floor of the Main Building on campus. It will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. weekdays through Friday, January 29. The exhibition features a wide variety of works by Mrs. Singer, who is the daughter of Cantor and Mrs. Henry Borenstein, of Harrisburg. A former student of sculpture and ceramics at the American University in Washington, Mrs. Singer has also pursued the study of copper enameling and printmaking. She has taught at the District of Columbia Recreation Department glass craft program MRS. HEINOEL-Helps with the Toby Singer Exhibit. and has exhibited her work in several shows in the East, including an exhibition in November at the Jewish Community Center, Harrisbur...
NOV STUDENT OFFICES AND L0UN6E KEYNOTE BUILDING CHANGES [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
NOV STUDENT OFFICES AND L0UN6E KEYNOTE BUILDING CHANGES A comprehensive plan to pioviUc inCidda&u Hiid imprCVCu facilities for Student interaction and support of student groups is now nearing completion in the Main Building. According to John R. Grimm, Dean of Student Affairs, the total program includes the creation of a large student lounge and art gallery, a drug information center, offices for student organizations, a TV lounge and a new Student Activities office suite. The plan was developed by the Student Affairs office in conjunction with students and faculty. "These steps should go a long way toward providing a more adequate setting for leisure-time learning programs," Dr. Grimm noted. "We have long strived to create an environment which would encourage and strengthen formal student groups as well as more casual student interaction." New student organization offices are arranged in a suite pattern with the entrance being through W-110. Six student offices are ...
Dr. Moore Heads New Division [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
Dr. Moore Heads New Division Dr. J. Herbert Moore has been named head of the new Division of Engineering and Technology at The Pennsylvania State University's Capitol Campus. The appointment was announced by Dr. Richard H. Heindel, Dean of Faculty. The division to be headed by Dr. Moore is one of three to be established under a new academic administrative structure effected at the campus. (Continued on Page 4 )
Apathy? What Efse Is New? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
Apathy? What Efse Is New? EDITORIAL For the first time since the Eisenhower years (which we don't remember anyway), all's quiet on the campus scene. Recent polls taken say that we are becoming apolitical. They say we didn't bother to register when the eighteen-year-old vote was passed. Magazines and newspapers devoted a great deal of space to the candidates we didn't work for in November. This can't possibly be happening at Capitol Campus! Did Apathy sneak in while we were enjoying summer vacation? Did it sneak on Campus while we were in Philadelphia for Christmas? It couldn't happen in a college that was so involved during Spring term...could it? Where did the Spring enthusiasm for change go? What happened to all the ideas? Apathy has destroyed the ideas, and the changes, and the involvement. Many students blame it on many different things. A Temple student said that students are so affected by the economy that it is hard enough to stay alive, let alone be activists. That...
Faculty Committee Appointments [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
Faculty Committee Appointments The following students have been appointed to Faculty Committees, it was announced today by SGA President Lee Levan. All students are urged to contact them if they have an interest or problem in any of the respective areas. Academic, Admission, and Athletic Standards-Linda Chisick; Academic Affairs-Doe Perkowska; Bookstore-Alan Gallagher; Community Contacts-Tony Bernardi; Computer-John Seller; Library-Renee DeTemple; Physical Plant-Rick Greenburg; Social-Cheryl Johnstonbaugh; Student Affairs-Joe Kowalski and Steve Wesley; and Tenure, Promotion, and Welfare-Greta Gibson and Kathy Malek. Also appointed was Louise Szollosy, as the student representative to all faculty meetings.
THE COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
THE COLUMN Hold Back the Pepto-Bismal! by Terry Wimmer If you would have been able to see this reporter on Sunday evening, January 10th, you would have found me writing this column aptly entitled "Bring on the Pepto-Bismal." But alas, our stomach and intestinal tracts may be saved. Following the evening meal on January 10th, the crisis surrounding the Housing and Food Service finally snowballed into a confrontation between the students and HFS. A meeting between approximately 65 students, Blair Hefkin, manager of HFS, and James "Jerry" South, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs was held in Church Hall's second floor lounge to discuss the problems. Both the students and Hefkin made honest attempts in appraising the situation and we all went from the meeting with a hopeful feeling, cautious, but still hopeful that something would be done. The following Friday, January 15, a six-page report outlining the various problems of HFS and containing seventy-one complaints filed by the...
Letters To The Editor: [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
Letters To The Editor: Dear Editor: One of the serious problems in college and university life today is the lack of attention to the personality needs of students. Suicide is the second most important cause of death on the campus, topped only by automobile accidents; but those who have studied the subject believe that half of the latter are "concealed suicides"; thus suicide actually leads the list. Dr. Howard A. Rusk of the New York University Medical Center collected estimates that 90,000 students will threaten suicide each year, one in ten will make the attempt, and that there will be 1,000 actual deaths resulting. Beyond this, he calculates that among six million students, "some 600,000 have emotional problems for which they need professional assistance." The National Institute of Mental Health finds that the "factor of human isolation and withdrawal" appears to be critical; and the colleges recognize the serious problem created by these "loners" and are trying to provid...