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Is It Time We Grew Up? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

Is It Time We Grew Up? Bv Gene Albano The same society that applauded his performances is the society who forced Liberace to conceal a "different" lifestyle. He must have gone through great pains to conceal the dreaded disease of AIDS in fear of being damned and judged. The hundreds of thousands of fans who are now mourning his loss were deprived of sharing his illness, with him and expressing their comfort to him over the long tormenting months of suffering which must have accompanied this illness. They were denied the opportunity to share that suffering because of the guilt that must have hung over this great entertainer's head. The same denial was felt by the parents of a son who died of AIDS two years ago in a mid-western city of our great country. He moved away from his home area of northern New York State with his male companion because he wanted to die without his parents knowing that he shared an intimate life with another individual of the same sex. The same crowd...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Model UN [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

Model UN (continued from pg. 1) "People think liberation of South Africa must come at the barrel of a gun," said Mokofeng. People want to fight, but the violence is still being avoided. "We have shed enough blood," he said. Most of the whites in South Africa don't know what Soweto is like because their living areas are geographically separated. However, according to Mokofeng, "the pain (of the unrest) is being felt by everyone. We are still trying to get aid from the US government If you put pressure on them, then we will get our aid." The Model UN, which is in its 15th year at Penn State, Harrisburg, is organized by the International Affairs Association under the leadership of Clemmie Gilpin, instructor of Afro-American studies. Anne Marie Yastishock, president of IAA was co-director of the program this year. The program, which has seen continuous growth since its inception, had 450 participants from 27 area high schools this year. The Model UN is designed to promote grea...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
The Answers to "Your Questions " •' [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

The Answers to "Your Questions " •' by Vtcki Koon Ypur answers to our second survey further our profile of who you are. You are a bored, but humorous, bunch who answers "idiotic" surveys for entertainment. You were evenly split on whether or not dances should return to B.Y.O.B. Probably the wisest answer was, "No, leave them at the C.U.B." Most of you would like to see coat racks put in, although the question of "where" popped up several times. Some of you felt that the coat racks that we already have are enough. A few of you would like the use of locker space. To the question, "Are you happy at Capital College?" there were two strong "yes'"s and the rest was a resounding "no." The reasons that you are not happy are grand and petty: the atmosphere is not that of a four year college where the instructors are interested in the lives of the students, registration is unorganized, there is no hot shower water in the gym, the library is too small, the Lion's Den is too small at noon...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Lost and Found Finds New Home [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

Lost and Found Finds New Home The "lost and found" service at Capital College, formerly located in the Business Office at 114 Olmsted Building, will move to room 216, Club and Organizations Offices, Olmsted Building, on Monday, March 9, 1987 when students return from Spring Break. If you have lost a coat, sweater, jacket, umbrella, scarf, glove(s), books, or any personal item, please drop in to 216 Olmsted Building to see if the item has been turned in. If the lost item has not been returned, you can leave your name and a telephone number with the secretaries in the Office of Student Activities, room 212, should the lost item be returned. If you find an item, please turn it in to room 212. All valuable items will be kept in the Office of Student Activities, room 212. Nonvaluable items will be in a box in room 216.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

business Survey Business students only: Please fill this out and drop it in the Capital Times box in front of the Lion's Den. 1. Do you feel that more open forums would be beneficial? 2. Should faculty members, in addition to Dr. Blumberg, attend? 3. Would you attend these forums? 4. What would be the best time(s) to hold the forums? 5. Do you have any comments or questions for the division? 6. Did you attend the February 2 and/or the February 4 forum? 7. If you did not attend either of them, why not? {compiled by Kathleen Riley-King)

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

Karen Linta's Pass It On Shop 2159 W. Harrisburg Pike Middletown, Pa 17057 Phone 944-1052 February Super Clearance/All red tags $.50 Feb. 25, 26, 27 Quality used clothing for all ages

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

Harrisburg Community Theatre Introduces Student Rush! One half hour before each performance all unsold tickets will be offered to students at half price. The theater is located at Hurlock and 6th Streets in Harrisburg.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

Hiring Today! Top Pay! Work at Home No experience needed. Write Cottage Industries, 1407 1/2 Jenkins, Norman, Oklahoma 73069

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

Women's History Month Schedule of Events Thurs.. March 12~"Women in Education" Bertha Waters PA Dept. of Education 1:00 - 2:00 Wed.. March 18~"Women in Politics" Senator Roxanne Jones (Phila) Reception 9:30 am 10:00 am - 11:00 am-presentation "Live in the Gallery Lounge" Bobbi Carmichael 12:15 pm Mon.. March 23~"Femini/ation of Poverty" Women's Agenda Lobby Group 7:30 pm Wed.. March 25-"Women in Professions" Panel of Professional Women Marilyn Levin-Office of Auditor General Cheryl Ebel- Professor of Engineering Sandy Dunkelberger-PA. Dept. of Banking Bonnie Menaker-Hepford, Swartz, Menaker, and Morgan Law Firm Joanne Link-Epworth United Methodist Church Reception 11:30 am 12 noon - 1:00 pm i Tues.. March 31-Reception for Returning Women 12 noon - 2:00 pm All Programs held in Gallery Lounge! Open to campus community.

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Senior Engineers Present Design Projects [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

Senior Engineers Present Design Projects By Joe Kupec Thursday, December 11, at 3 p.m., the MET 442 senior project presentations were given in the Olmsted Building auditorium. Cheryll Songer outlined the program objective of simulating all phases of project inception, design, and production in the preliminary introduction. MET 442 is a culmination of fifteen weeks of a mock-up industrial environment where seniors and faculty participate in an employee-supervisor scenario to complete the project. Twenty senior Engineering students had prepared ten projects for formal presentation. The presentation process itself resembled an Engineering presentation that would typically take place before upper-level management. Where possible, the finished project was displayed. Projects of a size that precluded transportation were represented by slides and overhead transparencies similar to those that would be used in an actual presentation. Project sources originate in three areas. Students...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

»} Going to the Movies? » The following movies will be shown in the _ K auditorium at 7:00 p.m. on the following dates: M __£ il HT Movie Fri. Sun. 3 m "Back to School" 3/13 3/15 j£ m, "Fx" 3/20 3/22 3 M- "Ruthless People" 3/27 3/29 J m "Cat's Eye" 4/3 4/5 ^§ f Cheech & Chong's "Up In Smoke" 4/10 4/12 W M "Star Trek I" 4/17 4/19 3 * "Caddy Shack" 4/24 4/26 "J W Sponsored by: The Resident Assistants ^^ Funded by: SGA & SUBOG W p Admission: $1.00 <W __F*" ^^___-

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

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State to Establish Teaching Academy [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

State to Establish Teaching Academy By Tom Boyle The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (SSHE) will begin a teaching academy this year to improve current teachers at all levels in areas outlined by reports concerning the national education system. "This is a unique proposal when it comes to teacher education by a state system," said Scott K. Shewell, associate director for public information at the SSHE. The academy will be the first of its kind in the country. "Teacher education has been put back on the 'front burner' in Pennsylvania," said SSHE Chancellor James H. McCormick during the national symposium on "American Dreams: The National Debate About the Future of Education," held at Indiana University of Pennsylvania in October 1986. The SSHE requested $1 million in the form of a line item appropriation for the 1987-88 fiscal year from the state legislature and will base the academy in Harrisburg. "They are going to be moving forward with the academy. The $1 mil...

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RSC/SUBOG Semi-Formal Coming Up [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

RSC/SUBOG Semi-Formal Coming Up On March 28,1987, two student organizations, RSC and 1 SUBOG, will cosponsor a semi-formal dinner-dance at the Penn Harris Hotel in Camp Hill. Preliminary plans call for two dinner selections, a 12-oz. succulent prime rib au jus or gourmet chicken cordon bleu. The meals will be supplemented by a cash bar. Entertainment will be dancing to music especially selected for the event The semi-formal is scheduled to run from 7 'til 2 with a cocktail hour followed by dinner and then dancing until 2. The entire student enrollment and faculty are welcomed to attend and tickets go on sale March 9. Below you can fill out the coupon and you may win a free pair of tickets! The drawing will be held March 23,1987. If you already bought two tickets, we will simply refund your money should you win! Prices for tickets will be set at $25 per couple and can be purchased in the Wrisberg Hall RA office. You may also arrange your ticket purchases by filling out your nam...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

RSC/SUBOG Semi-formal Saturday, March 28, 1987 Penn Harris Inn, Camp Hill Drawing: March 23, 1987 You can win a pair of 2 tickets to the RSC serai-formal dinner dance simply by filling out the blanks and dropping the coupon off at the box in student activities (Room 212, Olmsted), in the coffee house in Meade Heights or the Wrisberg Hall RA office. If you have purchased your tickets and you win a pair, we will simply refund your money! Limit one coupon per person. Name: Phone No. Local Add: Age: For more information, see related article

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1987 Graduate School Guide Published [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

1987 Graduate School Guide Published Copies of the 1987 Graduate School flulde have been received in the Counseling Center, Room W-117 Olmsted Building. This directory contains information about master's and doctoral degree programs at over 400 colleges and universities in the Northeast and Midwest. Every graduate degree program is listed along with majors, tuition, names of deans and satellite campus addresses. A cross reference section is provided so that students can quickly identify those schools which offer the degree program they are interested in. Free copies are available while they last.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

Do You Know When To Say When?

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

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Capital College Students to Spend Spring Break in Russia [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

Capital College Students to Spend Spring Break in Russia By Thalia Cook A few of our fellow students are going to have a very exciting experience over the term break, an experience many of us will only dream about in our lifetime. What are they going to do? They are going to go to Russia! Dr. Nechemias said that the trip was organized by the Citizen Exchange Council. It is to promote exchange between students of like educational majors, and also for teachers with teachers. It is a way to foster contact with each other. There are going to be fourteen students going as well as seven independent people. A mother and son are going. You know the mother as Jeanette Brinker, our SGA president She says that one reason she is going is to learn about the SGA of Russian colleges and what some of the women's issues are in Russia. A mother who has put three daughters through Penn State is taking advantage of the trip. Another person is active with the Boy Scouts and hopes to get inform...

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Handicapped Student Evaluates Campus [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

Handicapped Student Evaluates Campus By Michele Hart Stairs, most people never give stairs a second thought. They are just the means used to go from level to level of a building. To a handicapped person, however, stairs are an obstacle--a part of everyday challenges. Trevor Townsend, a business major in his first semester at Capital College is hoping to find a way to ease the problems faced by the disabled on campus. Townsend know firsthand what it is like for the handicapped because of his cerebral palsy and his need for crutches to move around. "This (campus) is accessible to me, but for someone in a wheelchair it may no» be," Townsend said. "Hook out not only for myself, but also for benefits for other people." On the whole, Penn State, Harrisburg serves its handicapped students adequately in Townsend' s opinion, but more could be done. One of his suggestions is that a map be made or campus showing the locations of ramps, automatic doors, and -ccest&tle lestrooms....

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