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Engineering Surcharge [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

Engineering Surcharge (continued from pg. 1) in relation to the present cost of lab equipment is an inadequate amount. Shoup feels that while it is an additional burden to the student, the surcharge has made a difference not only in equipment but also in faculty moral. A source of regular funding relatively free of bureaucratic red tape has allowed many of the engineering faculty to develop new programs. Some areas of new equipment purchase include oscilloscopes, microcomputers, software packages and robotics equipment The problem with the surcharge is in the interpretation of the system by the departments and the administration. Presently the university's strategic plan calls for expanding and remodeling the mechanical engineering technology lab and continued purchase of laboratory equipment. Dr. Robert Graham, associate provost at Penn State, Harrisburg, indicates that the administration received two signals from the faculty to upgrade the facility and continue improving...

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

Start Job Search Early By Tom Boyle Unless you're a top student you may have a hard time getting a job offer if trends established last year continue. In a survey of 161 colleges and universities nationwide, there were 26 percent fewer job offers in the 12-month period ending June 1986 when compared to the previous year. While the number of job offers fell, starting salaries rose as much as 10 percent, according to the College Placement Council's (CPC's) 1986 Salary Survey. "I saw the same slowdown in job offers and some increases in salaries," said Peggy O'Hara, coordinator of Career Services at Penn State, Harrisburg. It was a confusing year with cutbacks in hiring and employers competing heavily for top recruits causing salaries to rise, according to H. Edward Babbush, director of the career development center at California StateUhiversity--Lorig Beach.' The slowdown in job offers was unexpected and some say a result of concern over the economic outlook in general inclu...

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

Asking Around NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS HOW QUICKLY WE FORGET I What is your New Year's Resolution? Greg Kazmierczak Business "To give up weekday partying." Jackie Harvey Business "To get a job relevant to my studies." Mike McClure Humanities "To quit smoking and lose 20 lbs. To make the dean's list and not to get married." Robin Fripps Accounting "To get a good paying job. Live it up a little and be wild."

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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fhe Telethon Against Death [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

fhe Telethon Against Death It has come to my ttention that this time of year as no major telethons or other haritable exercises. As always, have moved to fill this void in our life. After all, it has been a /hile since Jerry paraded his kids ut to make us feel guilty. Aany of us now have an iverload of guilt built up 'ecause we are living too well. Ve want someone to give us a 'ehicle for us to trot out our onsciences for a day or two to elieve this massive guilt We lon't really care that no one ictually is getting fed by a :xercise like Hands Across \merica except the ones who got jaid $15 million in overhead 'expenses". The idea is we got a iay in the sun showing how giving we are before we jumped into our BMW's and headed back to the suburbs to get away from those hungry beggars. At least they could have had the decency Cynicism & Humor Alan Pincus to write a better singalong song than the pathetic Hands theme. I propose a telethon to combat the thing that k...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Poor Man's Drug Gaining Popularity [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

Poor Man's Drug Gaining Popularity Cocaine use in the United States has dramatically increased in the last few years. The drug is no longer an exclusive commodity of the rich and famous. Due to a drop in price and widespread availability, the "glitter drug" is no longer limited to restricted social classes. From teens to housewives, many people are looking for "a piece of the action" and cocaine is definitely here to stay ... Crack is cocaine mixed with ether and baking soda boiled down (it makes a crackling sound when heated) into crystalline "rock" pellets. The user receives a euphoric high ten seconds after smoking crack. The 10 to 20 minute high is followed by an extreme low. This depression makes the user crave more crack. The cyclic pattern of high's and low's reinforces the craving for cocaine. Experts suggest that a powerful psychological dependency forms within a period of two weeks. The potential for this fairly immediate dependency may be directly related to the...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Tarnhelm Announces Deadline [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

Tarnhelm Announces Deadline Dr. Theodora Graham, Tarnhelm's faculty advisor, and Denise VanBriggle, editor, have announced the deadline of Friday, February 27 for student submissions to the college literary and arts magazine. Tarnhelm is published annually through a generous grant from the SGA. Each year cash awards are available for first and second prizes in the fiction and poetry categories. Tarnhelm accepts poetry, short stories, brief creative essays, black and white graphics, and black and white photography. The magazine provides an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students of all majors to express themselves in the print medium of their choice. In addition, having your work published can add a significant note to your resume. Please share your creative entry for consideration by following these instructions for submission: Enclose submissions in a self-addressed envelope. Include proper postage for notification of acceptance and/or return of material. Do NOT p...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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8 "STOP SMOKING" 8 CLINIC [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

8 "STOP SMOKING" 8 CLINIC More participants are needed in order for Health Services to sponsor an oncampus smoking cessation program, "Smoke Stoppers," during the early part of this semester. Those interested should contact Jean Kresge. immediately. "Smoke Stoppers" is a four-week program utilizing principles of behavior modification, including training in stress management/relaxation and weight management. The program claims a 98% success rate at the end of the sessions and a 63% success rate at the end of the first year. The program is being offered to the college community at a cost of $100; standard cost of the program is $140. Taught by ex-smokers who are respiratory therapists, the program is comprised of five one-hour sessions during the first week and three one-hour sessions over the remainder of the program. Participants may reenroll in the program at no cost should they fail to quite smoking.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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That Horrible Choking Feeling [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

That Horrible Choking Feeling By Mike Camilli Nothing feels worse than choking under pressure. It gives you a bad taste in your mouth and a sinking feeling in your stomach whether you choke in a game, choke on a test, or watch your team choke. I know that I (a Michigan native) didn't enjoy watching the Rose Bowl much. On the other hand, nothing feels better than going in the underdog and coming out a winner when all the chips are on the line. I am sure that any member of the Penn State Football team can vouch for that Penn State's 14-10 victory in the Fiesta Bowl was an exciting and fitting conclusion to its 100th football season. But, it was almost the upset that wasn't. Penn Slate went into the game against a basically more talented team. Bookies had Miami favored by over a touchdown. Even ihe area's most devoted fans had their doubts about the Nittany Lions' chances against Mr. Testaverde and company. And as expected, Miami dominated every tangible aspect of the game. T...

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The Market That Has It All [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

The Market That Has It All By Kathleen Riley-King , Where would you go to 1 get a sweat suit, a dog license, a couch, and & pound of fresh lunch meat-all under one roof? If you cannot think of such a place, Saturday's Market is your solution. Taking Exit 230-341 off Route 283, you will find Saturday's Market on Route 230 east between Middletown and Elizabethtown. This farmers'/flea market is open, year-round, on Saturdays from 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. and on Sundays from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. It boasts about 150 stands inside a building that is 1000 feet long and 140 feet wide. As you enter the spacious building, you may wonder where to begin. If you are hungry, the food stands are a good start You may be tempted by the french-fried mushrooms, cauliflower, zucchini, and onion rings that people are already munching. Batter-dipped potato wedges, subs, pizza, and sausage sandwiches are other choices. On the other hand, if you want to eat later, five meat stands provide you with a v...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Behind The Scenes: Campus Mailman [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

Behind The Scenes: Campus Mailman By Sharon Olmstead "He's the kind of guy everybody wants for a dad," says Wayne Mills, mail/delivery and postal worker at Penn State Harrisburg. "He's the best!" he adds enthusiastically about his fellowworker, Jack Benfer, part-time mail clerk. Benfer has been delivering a smile and the mail to everyone on campus now for almost three years after retiring from the US Postal Service as a mail carrier in Lower Paxtang. "He brightens up your day," says Diane Burkett, secretary to Provost Ruth Leventhal. Benfer has a reputation for being a gentle, caring person. He spent about $20 a week on dog biscuits for the dogs on his mail route in Paxtand. "I had the happiest dogs in the whole area," Benfer says. "When I went down one side of the street, dogs were barking on the other side of the street waiting for me." He even put biscuits through the letter slots for his canine friends. He has three dogs of his own-Buffy, a yellow lab, Katie, a golden ...

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

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Ben Franklin Grants Aid Employment Training [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

Ben Franklin Grants Aid Employment Training By Thalia Cook The major part of the Ben Franklin program is the "challenge grant" program. These projects are funded at four advanced technology centers " throughout the state: --University City Science Center in Philadelphia --Lehigh University in Bethlehem -University of Pittsburgh and-Carnegie-Mellon in Pittsburgh -Penn State in University Park, with satellite centers at Behrend Campus in Erie and Capital College There are three kinds of projects carried on by the centers. The most common are joint research and development involving the universities and private companies. These account for approximately one half of the the budget. The second type is entrepreneurial assistance projects which account for approximately one quarter of the budget. These are projects that assist small companies in a variety of ways such as writing business plans, finding financing or renting space in a busines incubator. The third type of project...

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Study Effectiveness Training [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 January 1987

Study Effectiveness Training Tues: Jan 20, 27, Feb 3, 10 12:15 to 1:45 pm Wed: Jan 21,28, Feb 4,11,18 8:00 to 8:50 am Register in Room W-117 by Jan 19

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

Crowd anxiously awaits the arrival of the Nittany Lions in the rear parking lot of Olmsted Building. Snow Lion built by an anonymous fan welcomes Penn State fans to the Capital College.

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