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SGA Meets Again [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
SGA Meets Again In observance of National Student Government Day, as proclaimed by President Richard M. Nixon, the Capitol Campus SGA will hold a joint meeting at 6:30 p.m., Monday, September 25, in the Student Center. All Student Government related persons — senators, officers, members of standing committees, the Student Court and representatives of the President's Council - are urged to attend. While issuing his declaration, the president urged "all educational institutions, academic, vocational and non-academic, to join in appropriate activities to highlight, to revitalize, to encourage wider participation in their particular forms of student government. I also urge all students to acquaint themselves with the activities and programsof their student government and to take a full and constructive part in thegovernment." Capitol's student government can further serve the above stated purpose if there is adequate student participation. The meeting of September 25 will acquai...
Business Program Hew Faculty [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
Business Program Hew Faculty Three new faculty members have been appointed to the Division of Administration and Business at Capitol Campus. Dr. Daniel M. Poore, Division Head, has announced the appointment of Edward H. Achorn as Assistant Professor in Accounting, Nicolas Gressis as Instructor in Finance, and John T. Redington as Instructor in Marketing. Their appointments are effective for the fall term which begins September 25. Achorn, a Certified Public Accountant, holds a bachelor of science in Economics from Franklin and Marshall College and a master of administration from Penn State. He has broad experience in accounting and sales fields and currently is president of Electronic Data Associates, Inc. with offices in New Cumberland. A native of Greece, Gressis has been associated with the University since 1968 when he was appointed Research Assistant in the Mining Engineering Department at University Park. He holds a Laurea (comparable to a master's degree) in Mining En...
Higher Tuition - More Headaches [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
Higher Tuition - More Headaches Across-the-board increases in tuition and board and room beginning this Fall were authorized as "financial necessities" by the Board of Trustees of The Pennsylvania State University. Tuition increases include: A $75 increase per academic year of nine months at the University Park campus for Pennsylvania residents, bringing the total to $855. A $90-per-year increase at the Commonwealth Campuses, brings the total to $840 per year. Out-of-state tuition was increased $186 for a total of $1,986 for an academic year at all locations except the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Tuition at the Medical Center was increased $198 per year to bring the total to $1,200 for Pennsylvania residents. Out-of-state tuition at the Medical Center was increased $396 to a total of $2,400 for the academic year. A uniform $75-per-academic year increase in board and room charges was made throughout the system, bringing the charge to $1,140 for students in double rooms....
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
The staff of THE CAPITOLIST and all of the people related to the Capitol Community mourn the loss of Doug Deleon, who was killed in an air crash in South America during the summer. Doug was an undergraduate in the Humanities program and was due to graduate next June. Last year, he lived on campus at 834-B Nelson Drive, Meade Heights. If you wish to express your feeling of loss to his parents, you may write them a note at 3 Shirley Center, Narberth, Pa.
A ctivity Cards To Be Sold [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
A ctivity Cards To Be Sold While registering for the fall term on Thursday, September 21, and Friday, the 22nd, students will be given an opportunity to purchase Student Activity Cards for the coming year. The cards will be sold by Social Committee co-chairmen John Sheridan and Ray Nearhood. If last year's policy is continued, a card holder will gain entrance to campus activities at reduced rates. Ten dollars brings a student a full year's guarantee of only a small cost to attend the many activities planned by the Social Committee. For two terms, the price is only $8 and $5 for one term. The card entitles the holder to a 50 per cent reduction in cost when entering the movie theater. There is no charge for many films for activity card owners. The card offers a 25 per cent reduction for most the other activities. Dances, plays, exhibits, demonstrations and several social events are being planned. Students who wish to help Ray and John plan the remainder of theyear's activiti...
Student -to-Student Advising [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
Student -to-Student Advising by R. W. Bonaker New students will be offered a unique opportunity to find out what Capitol Campus is all about during this week's Orientation activities. Gaye Miles, president of Delta Tau Kappa, the social science honor society, has organized a student-to-student advising program. Returning students will answer new student's questions about courses, academic programs, requirements and campus life in general. The program is an attempt to make the new student feel comfortable in the temporarily alien surroundings of Capitol. All academic programs will be represented in the advisement: social sciences, humanities, education, mathematics and science, business, and engineering technology. Campus organizations will include: the Black Student Union, Chi Gamma Iota (XGI fraternity), the media - THE CAPITOLIST, WZAP radio, and the yearbook, THF CAPrTOLITF - Delta Tau Kappa, Beta Chi (Business Club), PSEA, and the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Eng...
Conference Prepares Campus Leaders [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
Conference Prepares Campus Leaders Photo by Bob Thompson Last weekend, 50 students from Capitol Campus attended a three-day workshop in leadership training at Stone Valley, a university-owned mountain retreat in Huntingdon County, 12 miles from State College. The program, which was jointly sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs and the Student Government Association, centered on developing the skills of individuals as they work in groups, budget management and leadership techniques. Members attending included members of the SGA, officers, senators and committee members, resident assistants, and people who serve as student to student counselors in residence halls, and members of the President's Council. The conference proved to be a highly effective affair, even if the only concrete accomplishment was the development of a feeling of togetherness between campus leaders and the staff of the Student Affairs Office. The program was at least that productive. Student organi...
Undergraduate Evening Program Offered [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
Undergraduate Evening Program Offered formal college classes. CLEP examinations are offered monthly at the Capitol Campus Test Center and are available to anyone wishing to take them. Assistant Professor Ralph W. Frey, undergraduate program administrator in the Division of Administration and Business, reported that areas of concentration of study to be offered include accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing and health administration. Courses will be scheduled two evenings per week from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Course offerings for the fall term of 1972 include: Introductory Financial Accounting, Introductory Managerial Accounting, Behavioral Applications I, Management Decision Making, Microeconomics Analysis, Basis Mathematics for Management. An undergraduate evening program in theDivision of Administration and Business will be initiated in September at Capitol Campus. Dr. Robert E. McDermott, Provost, reports that this extension of the standard bachelor of business degr...
£23TS£ intramural sports Schedule - Fall 1972 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
£23TS£ intramural sports Schedule - Fall 1972 ENTRY SPORT CATEGORY DEADLINE BEGIN DATE DAY TIME PLACE TOURNEY Bowling 2 Leagues Sept 25 Sept 26 Tues 9:15 pm M-town Lanes Teams 4-5 persons M/W/C Sept 26 Sept 27 Wed 9:15 M-town Lanes RR Football Men Sept 27 Oct 2 Mon,Tues 6:00- Rec/Ath Field TBA Wed 5:00 pm Mon 6:00 Wed,Thur 12:00 pm Football Meeting Sept 28 Thurs 8:00 pm Main St. Gym School Board Room Horseshoes M/W/C Oct 4 Oct 9 Mon Rec/Ath Bldg 3 day limit to play Wed bh Tennis M/W/C Oct 9 Oct 11 Wed Tennis Courts 3 day limit to play Mon 5:00 pm SE/Challenge Volleyball M/W/C Oct 11 Sat/Sun 1:00- Dorms Teams/RR 5:00 pm 3:00 pm Meade Hts. Shuffleboard M/W Oct 18 Oct 19 Thurs Student Center 3 day limit to play 12:00 noon Smgles/SE Darts M/W Oct 23 Oct 25 Wed Rec/Ath Bldg 3 day limit to play Student Center Singles/SE +Category *Type Tourney TBA-To Be Announced M=Men RR=Round Robin W=Women SE=Single Elimination 3 Day limit each round C=Coed 1 Day Event
Liberal Arts Faculty Increases [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
Liberal Arts Faculty Increases Three new faculty members have been appointed to the Division of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education. Dr. George D. Wolf, Division Head, today announced the appointment of Richard I. Amnion, Jr. as Instructor in Humanities and Education; Michael L. Barton, Instructor in Social Science; and Lemuel David Molovinkly, Instructor in American Studies. Amnion holds a bachelor of science degree in Elementary Education from Penn State and a master of education degree from Temple University. He has taught in the Newtown, Lock Haven and Caindem, Delaware, school systems and also served as assistant professor of Education at Jersey City State College. A candidate for a doctorate in education at Penn State, Amnion is a member of Kappa Phi Kappa, honorary education fraternity; Phi Mu Alpha, honorary music fraternity; and Blue Key and Parmi Nous, men's honorary societies. A native of Nebraska, Barton joins Penn State's faculty after having spent two yea...
Varsity Basketball Team [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
Varsity Basketball Team A special pre-season meeting for all men who would like to be one of the contributing members in an outstanding basketball season. Persons wishing to be team managers also please attend. Varsity basketball team members may participate in intramural basketball. Limit of two (2) varsity players on one intramural team. The meeting will be held in the Recreation/Athletics Building from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 18. Please plan to attend.
JUDO INSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
JUDO INSTRUCTION Men and women of Capitol Campus are invited to register for the Fall term instructional judo program. The program will begin on Monday, September 25, in the Recreation/Athletics Building at 8:00 p.m. The program will be open to novices and beginners. Depending on individual interest, there will be opportunities for competition. Instruction nights will be Monday and Thursday evenings from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. The cost for the program is $10.00 per person, and this fee is not refundable. Judo ghias may be checked out nightly by registered persons with valid student ID cards. Locker room facilities with showers are available. The Fall term course will end December 7. For further information call 787-7751.
Learn To Defend Yourself From Attack!!! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
Learn To Defend Yourself From Attack!!! Persons of the Capitol Campus community will have the opportunity to participate in the art of self-defense. The program will begin on Monday, September 25, and will end December 7. Instruction will be for one (1) hour on Monday and Thursday evenings from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. (immediately preceding judo instruction). The cost for the program is $5.00 per person, and thisfee is non-refundable. Participants should wear "old" clothes for this activity. Locker room facilities with showers are available. Instruction will be in the Recreation/Athletics Building. For information call 787-7751.
Captains-Officials Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
Captains-Officials Meeting September 28, 1972, Thursday, 8:00 p.m., Middletown School Board Room (Middletown Administrative Building, adjacent to Main Street Gym). Captains and officials meet to determine tournament, discuss rules and changes, play dates and times. Mandatory for each team to have a representative present. All officials should attend. Bring pencil and paper.