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Officials and Building Attendants [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 18 September 1972
Officials and Building Attendants No late items will be accepted for return on Saturdays and Sundays. Fine money will beused to purchase items for Recreation/Athletics. If you are interested in being an intramural official or building attendant, please make contact (in person) at the Recreation/Athletics Building. The Recreation/Athletics Building is presently open from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday. Equipment may be checked out during these hours for a period of two (2) days, except when noted differently. Due to the demand for various equipment and because of tardiness in returning equipment, Recreation/Athletics has instituted a new policy of fining inconsiderate persons obtaining equipment. Fines will be 10 cents per day, per item, but will not exceed 25 cents per day charge. Late equipment must be returned to the Recreation/Athletics secretary, Mondays thru Fridays, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
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Capitol Serves as Flood Center [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972
Capitol Serves as Flood Center While thousands of Pennsylvanians were digging out from the devastation provoked by Hurricane Agnes' fury, more than 100 families from the area resided on Capitol Campus. Norman Gautreau, Manager of Food and Housing at the campus, reported that instead of the usual summer maintenance program which ordinarily would have been in operation,- staff members were busy serving the needs of the flood victims who lived in Meade Heights and the dormitories. The evacuation center was first set into operation on June 22, shortly after Gautreau had received appeals from Charles Boyer, Lower Swatara Township Commissioner, and representatives of theMiddletown Civil Defense. He was informed that the Lisa Lake and other low areas in the community were flooding badly and space was needed for hundreds of families. Gautreau, although handicapped by a limited staff, immediately began to organize a small core of students who had remained on campus awaiting graduatio...
Business Program Administrators Named [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972
Business Program Administrators Named Two faculty members of Capitol Campus have been promoted to positions of Program Administrators within the Division of Administration and Business. Dr. Daniel M. Poore, Division Head, has announced that Dr. Raymond S. Klein, Associate Professor of Management, and Dr. Ralph W. Frey, Assistant Professor of Business and Accounting, have been appointed Graduate Program Administrator and Undergraduate Program Administrator, respectively They will be primarily responsible for the on-going functions of the Division. These appointments are a part of restructuring of the Division which will provide for increased coordination between programs and control of the operations. Dr. Klein joined the Penn State faculty in 1970 after having served as Director of the Human Affairs Research Center in Albany, New York. Prior to that appointment, he served in various research and consultant positions with the New York State government. He earned bachelor and ...
Conduct Codes Established For University [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972
Conduct Codes Established For University by R. W. Bonaker Discipline has never been a major problem at Capitol, according to Dr. John Grknm, Dean of Student Affairs, because this campus has had a fair and equitable set of rules and procedures. Now there is a common disciplinary system throughout the entire University. At registration last week, each student received a booklet of "University Policies and Rules for Students, 1972-73". The University-wide rules system is explained and changes in the disciplinary set-up are outlined. By reading the booklet, students will know exactly what rights they have, and how policies have been established to protect everyone related to the University, including the institution itself. "The university-wide policy evolved because the past systems at all of the different commonwealth campuses did not include clear comments on due process," explains Dean Grimm. "This was true at most colleges in the United States. Students were not informed of c...
Social Committee Meets Tonight [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972
Social Committee Meets Tonight The Social Committee will hold its first meeting of the year tonight at 7:00 pjn. in the TV Lounge. Officers and members of all the campus organizations, as well as new and returning students, are asked to be present for this meeting. The purpose of the meeting will be to get activities for the coming year coordinated with the intents of the various organizations, also the Social Committee is anxious to hear from students with ideas for possible activities not yet considered. A good turnout of interested students is a must if theSocial Committee is to succeed in their plans for the coming year, so if you qualify as an interested student attend the Social Committee's meeting tonight.
Free Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972
Free Advertising lMri CAfllUUSI otters what may be considered a unique, while very beneficial, service to on-campus groups and organizations. That service is FREE advertising or publicity Classified Ads, which will appear in small print, are also FREE, but only to the Capitol Community. Profit-making organizations not related to Capitol Campus will be charged nominal prices for abundant advertising space. For example, only $4.50 will pay for a four inch by one column ad. A four by two ad is eight dollars, one-tenth a page is 10 dollars, while a quarter page ad is 15 dollars. $30 will bring a half page ad while for only $60, a full page can be guaranteed. THE CAPITOLIST is a non-profit organization, funded by the Student Government Association. Advertising charges are levied only to help pay for the cost of publishing a weekly tabloid. All articles and advertising that qualify for printing will be graciously accepted. The paper is published on Thursday of every week during ...
Bathtub Race Benefits Cancer Fund [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972
Bathtub Race Benefits Cancer Fund One Saturday this past August, students representing Capitol Campus and Harrisburg Area Community College raised nearly $300 for the American Cancer Society be merely taking a bath. Actually, it involved a "race" between two bathtubs throughout the City of Harrisburg. The mobile tubs, which were constructed by Capitol engineering students for a similar race in May, started from points equal in distance from Harrisburg's Market Square and slowly made progress toward the finish. Along the way, the two tub teams received donations for the cancer fund from curious onlookers. The event, which was a part of a "Cancer Carnival" which was staged during the week, was coordinated through the efforts of Capitol Student Government President Mike Dini, and representatives of HACC. The "race" lasted approximately five hours and each tub covered a course of a few grueling miles. The Capitol entry tried to beat the HACC entry to Market Square from a point i...
SGA Appreciated [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972
SGA Appreciated Mr. Mike Dini, President Capitol Campus SGA I have your recent thank you note expressing your appreciation to the members of the Harrisburg Police Department for the escorts provided in Downtown Harrisburg on August 19, 1972 during your "Bathtub Race" activities. The Harrisburg Police Department is always happy to cooperate with any organization in furthering a worthy cause and I am sure that the Harrisburg Chamber of Commerce officials were equally happy to work with your group to provide funds through the 1972 Cancer Carnival to help fight this dread disease. May I congratulate your student group for the interest and energy you displayed in this very worthy cause. Most cordially, James A. Straub, Director of Public Safety City of Harrisburg
Political Information Seminar [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972
Political Information Seminar On Tuesday, October 3, 1972, a Political Information Seminar will be staged in Capitol's auditorium, starting at 7:00 p.m. People who represent the George McGovern and Richard Nixon presidential campaign organizations will be the featured speakers. The event is being sponsored by Delta Tau Kappa, the international social science honor society based on campus, and the Capitol chapter of the College Republicans and Young Democrats from Harrisburg Area Community College. Ted Stellwag, Executive Director of the local Committee to Reelect the President, and John Nikoloff, Coordinator of the Dauphin County McGovern for President Committee will take the opportunity to inform potential young voters about the candidates. Each will offer a brief presentation on some of the candidate's proposals and elaborate on the party platform. The presentation will not be in debate form and there will be a question and answer period following the presentations. The se...
Abandoned Pets Pose Problems [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972
Abandoned Pets Pose Problems Students moving into Meade Heights have reported a number of stray and abandoned pets roving about. Since it is against University regulations to house pets on campus, some other place off-campus must be found. Anyone knowing of a place or places where these pets might be given homes is asked to contact either Bob Bonaker or Mike Welliver in W-104, Main Building. If you have found any of these strays, contact us immediately and we will try to find homes for them somewhere off-campus.
Journalism Courses Postponed [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972
Journalism Courses Postponed Students who were planning on picking up some courses in Journalism this year will be dismayed to learn that there will be no courses offered in that field in the coming year. Failure of the Academic Affairs Committee to meet and set up a series of courses and acquire a faculty member to teach the courses is the reason for the postponement. If you are interested in getting some courses in Journalism at Capitol, you'll just have to wait until the Fall Term of '73, at which time there is to be a program started.
Japanese Dancer To Present Program [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972
Japanese Dancer To Present Program On Monday, October 2,1972, Ayako Uchiyama, a Japanese Kabuki dancer, will present the first program of the 1972-73 Capitol Campus Cultural Program series. The Kabuki Dance offers the audience an opportunity to experience the Japanese culture. The choreography is such that the story told by the dance is brought to life. Graceful and yet dramatic, the traditional dance of ancient Japan is truly beautiful. The elaborate costumes of the dance add life and vitability to the story. Ayako Uchiyama studied dance at the Mizuki school and Hosho Noh in Japan. She has also studied with Martha Graham in New York. Her performances have received wide acclaim in the United States, Canada and Japan. There will be an evening performance at 8:00 pjn. in the auditorium of the Main Building and a lecture/slide presentation at 2:00 pjn. in the Gallery-Lounge in the Main Building. The public is cordially invited to both presentations. There is no admission charge...
Swiss Banker To Address Policy Group [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972
Swiss Banker To Address Policy Group Featured speaker at the Harrisburg Foreign Policy Association's first meeting of the season on Thursday, September 28, at Schindler's Restaurant in Camp Hill will be Dr. A. Robert Lang, prominent Swiss banker. His topic will be "Switzerland's Position in International Policy: Its Background and Current Problems". Dr. Lang's talk, which is free and open to the public, is scheduled for 8:00 pjn. Ted Gress, president of the Harrisburg FPA, in announcing the meeting, stressed the timeliness of Dr. Lang's address, which will deal in part with the world monetary situation, now in a state of flux. The speaker will be introduced by the Honorable G. Allen Patterson, Pennsylvania's secretary of banking, and the association has extended a special invitation to attend to all Central Pennsylvania bankers. Since 1959, Dr. Lang has been one of the general managers of Credit Suisse, one of Switzerland's three major banks, in Zurich. In the Swiss Army Dr....
Orientation People Appreciated [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972
Orientation People Appreciated We take this opportunity to acknowledge the efforts of students who played such a big part in the Orientation Week activities. Without the extensive planning and the hard work put in by these people, the week would not have been the success which it was. In this respect, we believe we speak for the entire student population. The Orientation Committee, under Miss Mary E. Gundel, directed the activities which initiated new students to the atmosphere of Capitol Campus. Rita Girondi, Mark Israel and Mike Dini, along with a few others, worked diligently on the committee. Recognition must also be extended to students who coordinated many of the other activities. The list is incomplete, but here are many of the names which come to mind: Sam Randazzo, Max Brady, John Sheridan, Ray Nearhood, Gene Bryan, Sy Sebastianelli, Bill Reilly and countless others. Thank you, THE CAPITOLIST
This Week in the SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 September 1972
This Week in the SGA The first official meeting of the Student Government Association of the fall term occurred on Monday, September 25, in the Student Center. The meeting, held in recognition of National Student Government Day, was a joint affair which included members of the Student Court, SGA committees, and representatives of campus organizations. New juniors were also present. The meeting was called to order by President Mike Dini who introduced the guest speaker Mrs. Betty Duke, Capitol's new Public Information Officer. Mrs. Duke notified the group of the duties of her office and how she will be able to help campus organizations by publicizing wide-interest activities. She remarked that news releases are delivered to all daily and weekly newspapers in central Pennsylvania, as well as other areas of communication. Senator Ron Edwards, chairman of the Election/Screen ing Committee, reported that an election guide is being prepared for use by candidates for the student se...