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Math-Science Exams [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
Math-Science Exams Capitol Campus has been designated a testing center for the society of Actuaries. The most recent exams took place last month when, for the firsth time, candidates for the initial preliminary examinations gathered from both the University and surrounding colleges. The next exams will be given in November. The Math-Science Program offers courses in actuarial science to help candidate spass these exams. offers courses in actuarial science to he, offers courses in, actuarial science to help candidates pass these exams.
Thank You [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
Thank You The staff of THE CAPITOLIST wishes to thank the advertisers who patronized us during the year. Without the support of our advertisers, our weekly tabloid would not have been so good as it was this year. The income made from advertising was of tremendous value in the publication of the paper. We take this opportunity to formally acknowledge the backing which we received from our advertisers. We hope to see them again next year: McDonald's Hamburgers Naple's Pizza Norge Village Cleaners Rea and Derick Drugstore Rough Wear Clothing Co. Royal Jewel Box Star Art Theater Trissler Beer Dist. Kresge's The Loft Boutique Music Scene Olmsted Plaza Merchants Assoc. Guy Page - Union Fidelity Ins. Thrifty Beverage Yankee's Service Station Cameron Auto Inc. De Vono's Immuno Blood Services Kauffinan's Cycle Shop Lenker Cycle Sales
BSD. Choir To Perform Today [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
BSD. Choir To Perform Today by Debra Young The Black Student Union Choir will perform at today's graduation ceremonies. The Choir will present a program of contemporary songs. The B.S.U. Choir was formed in the past year and is directed by Miss Carol Sims, a senior at Capitol Campus. Miss Sims usually conducts the group while simultaneously accompanying on the piano. Under the advisorship of Dr. Winston Richards, the Choir has performed at many festivities in Harrisburg and surrounding areas. The purpose of the Choir is to promote harmony, peace and understanding through song. The songs it sings are expressions of identity, brotherhood and love. The Choir has carried with them on concert tours to Millersville State, Mansfield State, Lebanon Valley College and University Park. The B.S.U. Choir recently gave a concert on campus - June 9th. Earlier this term, members of the choir performed in a talent show which played before packed houses in the auditorium for two consecutive ...
Theater Class Presents PEER GYNT [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
Theater Class Presents PEER GYNT by R. W. Bonaker On June 7th and 8th, Capitol's Humanities Class 499-H presented Henrik Ibsen's PEER GYNT. The drama was adapted from the original script by the play's director, Anthony Arms. Tom Ogden portrayed Peer, in the lead role. Other standout performers included Mary K. Fager as Ase, Peer's mother. Mark Chanin adequately portrayed the Troll King and Carl Judy played Prof. Begriffenfeldt, a man who headed a lunatic asylum in Paris. The play began on a country road in Norway on a spring morning in the nineteenth century. Ogden, as Peer, displayed excellent acting ability in displaying the many moods of Peer. The moods ranged from frenzy to melancholy. Miss Fager was the very essence of the old hag Mrs. Gynt. As it happens, Peer is a bit of a dreamer and a story-teller, and is the laughing stock of the valley. He further proves his foolishness during a wedding at Hegstad Farm. Thoroughly embarrassed, he runs off, vowing to return a famou...
Scholarship Awardee [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
Scholarship Awardee The ET Scholarship Committee recently met and screened applications for the above mentioned grant. This stipend is awarded to a junior in the EDET or MDET programs who has exhibited both excellence and need. Although ALCOA has not indicated that this is a continuing grant we have now received it for two consecutive years and are hopeful that it may become traditional. The Committee's selection for 1972-73 is Gregory Lese, a junior in EDET from Allegheny. He has a 3.78 GPA here at Capitol and is a member of the student chapter of PSPE in addition to other activities.
Anderson Receives Grant [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
Anderson Receives Grant Prof. Jay A. Anderson has received a research initiation grant to study the ethnography of yeoman foodways in Sixteenth Century England. Twenty-four other University faculty members received similar grants from a fund approved by President John W. Oswald for "the encouragement and support of research and other creative work." An ad hoc committee appointed R.G. Cunningham, Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies, received and reviewed 144 proposals, rejecting all but 25. The grant provides between $2,000 and $5,000.
McDermott Talks With Students [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
McDermott Talks With Students by R. W. Bonaker On Tuesday, June 6, Provost Robert E. McDermott met with students in the Gallery Lounge to give his impressions of his first few months at the helm of Capitol Campus. Before fielding questions from those in attendance, Dr. McDermott talked about a recent poll concerning public trust of decision makers. "In the last few years, the parameters of professionals in higher education have been questioned. We have entered a new period; one which members of my generation don't fully understand. When 1 was an undergraduate, if the skies weren't grimy, it meant that the men weren't working. It took your generation to see the light," he stressed. Yet he sees contradictions in today's students. He attributes such fallacies to the lack of alternatives available to young people in today's complex society. McDermott is also of the opinion that much of today's classroom teaching dwells too much on theory; that it is abstract and is limited in ou...
Final SGA Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
Final SGA Meeting by R. W. Bonaker The final Student Government Association meeting of the academic year took place on Monday, June 12. Mike Dini, newly elected President of the SGA, presided over the Senate conference in the auditorium. Senators Elyse Paul and Judy LePere were sworn into office. Harry Franzreb took the oath as Chief Justice of the Student Court. Sam Randazzo, Rick Jordan and Larry Olexa are the new senior justices. The newly appointed Finance Committee, chaired by Treasurer Tom Dixon, had a full slate of business. Among its actions were final allocations to several campus organizations. After an impromptu meeting, the committee approved a summer budget for the University Apartments organization. The committee report was approved by the Senate. Marc Cohen, manager of WZAP, the campus radio station, and Dini were approved as student representatives on the Campus Faculty Council for the 1972-73 academic year. Most of the chairmanships of the SGA standing commi...
ONE REDLIGHT NON STOP TO MONTREAL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
ONE REDLIGHT NON STOP TO MONTREAL or How We Drove Over 1000 Miles To See One Nit by Steve Rosenzweig The Steve and Harvey Sports Show with special guest Phil Wexler have returned from Montreal where they were studying the Phillies. It was thenplan to follow, meet, and then watch the players to give an in-depth report on the happenings of their journey. Also, we are describing the trip to and from Montreal. We left 951B at 7:53 p.m. on Tuesday, May 23. Our vehicle (Phil's Toyoto) was decorated with "Montreal or Bust" signs. Bob Dunn and Charlie Carlin witnessed the departure from our house. Dr. Susskind also witnessed our departure on Weaver Ave. at 7:55. He had some very encouraging, but unprintable, words. We stopped at Mark Israel's house to tell him we're leaving and he signed our log at 7:58. When we arrived at the exit of Meade Heights our tripometer read 0000.0 and our odometer read 08452.8. It was witnessed at 8:04 by Berna Eisenberg. Berna and Robin were invited to...
GOODBYE! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 June 1972
GOODBYE! This past year has been a lot of things to us. Sometimes it has been rough, sometimes fun. Mostly, it has been a bitch getting this paper out every week. But we have enjoyed it. We've made good friends through our work on the paper, and we've made good friends elsewhere. We shall miss you all. Whatever you are going off to find now, or if you come back to Capitol next year, good luck and good life. Tom Hagan Lee Nell
WELCOME TO CAPITOL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
WELCOME TO CAPITOL Upon your entrance to the only senior level branch of the Penn State System, you become a part of a unique institution. Capitol Campus has no other counterpart in the state of Pennsylvania and there are only 25 senior level institutions of higher learning in the nation. The many academic, cultural, social and athletic activities on campus have been and continue to be planned and developed by all the member constituencies of the campus community. Your activism, participation and involvement in these affairs can come to be one of the most eventful and rewarding experiences of your life. As you must know, the Harrisburg area was one of the areas of our state to be ravaged by Hurricane Agnes (the Flood of '72) in June of this year. Capitol Campus, through the initiative of students, faculty and administration alike, ran a Flood Evacuation Center on campus during the flood emergency. Whether you are an incoming Junior or a returning Senior, I am sure you notice...
Housing Problem In Meade Heights [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
Housing Problem In Meade Heights by R. W. Bonaker For fifty students, some of whom are seniors, the first week of the new academic year will be much less than enjoyable. It will be a difficult time for them because they will be living in the residence halls when they fully expected to be living in Meade Heights. The entire issue is a very complicated problem, but 1 will attempt to explain, as accurately as possible, the origination of the problem, what the current situation is, and what can be done to alleviate the problem. As of September 13, forty-four men and eight women, who paid a $45 deposit for a house in the Heights, and were supposedly guaranteed a spot when they received a bill from University Park which wanted the balance of the total $180 for fees for the remainder of the fall term, have been "bumped" as tenants. However, these people have been assigned to places in the residence halls, so they aren't exactly out in the cold. But to be able to live in the dor...
Housing For Victims Of Hurricane Agnes [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
Housing For Victims Of Hurricane Agnes Capitol Campus Village, a temporary housing community which is being used to accommodate flood victims from the area, has been established in the parking lot in front of the Main Building. Dr. Robert E. McDermott, provost of Capitol Campus, and Philip J. Spagnolo, Executive Director of the Housing Authority of the County of Dauphin, issued the announcement on July 13. Land for the project has been leased to the Housing Authority by the University for one year for the sum of $1. It is anticipated that the project will be phased out gradually over the coming year as families are able to return to their homes or find new ones. Many of these families presently are residing in Capitol Campus facilities. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has taken the responsibility of acquiring 75 two and three bedroom mobile homes which have been situated on the campus just off First Street near the athletic center andplacement offices. ...
Voter Registration [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
Voter Registration Students may register to vote in Dauphin County on October 3 at Harrisburg Area Community College from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Registration will also take place at Capitol Campus on October 4 at the same times. Students who reside in Middletown at the Municipal Building from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Absentee ballots must be received by the individual County Board of Elections Office no later than the Friday preceding Election Day.
Orientation week Activities [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
Orientation week Activities SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 I 4:00—7:00 p.m. Informal Reception and Picnic Student Center (An opportunity for all students to meet informally with faculty, the administrative staff and community leaders. Bring your family along.) 9:00 p.m. Ice Cream Social- Student Center Nostalgia Night MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 9:00 p.m. Concert - THE LEGENDS Student Center TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 7:00 p.m. Student Organization Fair Student Center j (Leaders of campus student organizations will be present to familiarize old students as well as new ones with the clubs and the various social and service opportunities characteristic of Capitol Campus.) WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 1.00-5:00 p.m. Sports and Watermelon Party Student Center 10:00 p.m. All Night Film Festival Student Center featuring Laurel and Hardy, ; Roadrunner cartoons and ' other films. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 J7:00 p.m. Pizza and Beverage Party People's Park j Meade Heights FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 8:00 p.m. Casino Nigh...
HIND HELP US [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
HIND HELP US As the new academic year begifis here at Capitol Campus, we, the members of THE CAPITOLIST staff, welcome all new and returning students and offer our best wishes for a challenging and fun-filled year. Soon to start its fourth year of publication, THE CAPITOLIST has existed as a means of communication for the entire college community. Although the primary concern of THE CAPITOLIST has been to bring the student body the news, it also serves as an important center of publicity of social and academic functions both on and off campus. This year THE CAPITOLIST will be offering something new in the way of advertising. Free classified ads will be available to anyone belonging to the college community. Charges will still be made for advertising on the part of local-businesses as a means of covering the costs of printing. All articles and advertisements that qualify for printing will be gratefully accepted. All letters to the editor will be printed - uncensored and uncut...
Letter to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
Letter to the Editor Dear Editor, We have been asked to serve as liaison representatives with out trailer village neighbors. We need help in channeling information to them. On Thursday, September 21, we're scheduling a coffee hour. We're requesting that members of Delta Tau Kappa and representatives of other organizations be present to help serve as "mixers and talkers". It's scheduled for 7:00 p.m. in the Gallery Lounge. Plans include a short welcome and introduction of Dr. Stan Miller who will explain plans for a proposed early childhood center. Jim Knestrick Kay Starkey