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DISABILITY SUPPORT GROUP FORMING [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

DISABILITY SUPPORT GROUP FORMING Several students have expressed an interest in establishing a new support group at PSU, Harrisburg. We would be very interested in establishing a group of students, faculty and staff from the campus who may have concerns or special needs concerning their disabilities or disabilities of family or friends. This support group would gather either on a personal basis or perhaps converse by telephone in the event schedules do not match. Although you personally may not need additional services or need support, you perhaps could be an individual to help others find ways to make their lives easier. If you do have a disability and you have learned to cope with it and have overcome obstacles, certainly you could be a strength for the group. If you have a disability and have some problems, the group could help you learn to cope with situations and to overcome the barriers you may encounter. The group also could work as a unit to make any needed changes n...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Basketball Season Winds Down [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

Basketball Season Winds Down \liy Mike Camilli Well, the college basketball season is drawing to a close-a sure sign that spring is just around the corner. It's been an exciting eyar with some great upsets. Michigan beat Iowa; Notre Dame beat North Carolina; Michigan beat Syracuse. There was also some exciting basketball being played on our own campus. Penn State at Harrisburg compiled a 10-10 record so far this year, with one more regular season game to be played as of this printing. The team's .500 record is really pretty amazing when you consider that the team was made up entirely of first year players. Coach Brian Gauger was very pleased with the season so far and said that this season will probably provide a base for much improvement in the basketball program in upcoming years. The team's victories this season included two over Mid-Atlantic Conference teams and the first victory over Alvernia in the history of this school. One of the keys to their success this season ...

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Business Students: Who Should You See? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

Business Students: Who Should You See? By Kathleen Riley-King The professor of the course (phone number should be on your syllabus) if: 1. you have a problem with your grade or a question on an exam. "Students are entitled to know what their grades are and the basis for the grades. They're entitled to sec their papers," says Dr. Blumberg, division head. 2. if a course is closed and you want to take the course. Advising Center (948-6152) (E355) if; 1. you have a routine advising problem and cannot find or do not want to bother your advisor. 2. you have questions about program requirements. 3. you need help with registration. 4. you need your schedule approved. 5. you have less than a 2.0 GPA and need assistance in completing your program. Your Advisor if: 1. you need "mentoring", i.e.: a. if you need advice on long-term goals b. if you do not know what major to choose c. if you want to know what opportunities are in your field 2. you need help with registration. 3. you need y...

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

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

Blumberg (continued from pg. 1) and gets aggregated within the university and finally ends up as a budget request to the state legislature," said Blumberg. Even if the division gets the money to recruit new faculty, it faces another problem. "There's a tremendous shortage of qualified faculty in a lot of different areas. For example, in Information Systems . . . there are approximately ten open positions for every available faculty person, and that's roughly true in Marketing, Finance, just about every field except Management, where there are only two open positions for each available faculty ..." "It's not that we're insensitive or uncaring," he said. Another student said that he knew a Marketing major who had needed to take some required courses and had found those courses all offered during two time slots. Its one thing that when we schedule we look for, and we try to avoid, but we may not," said Blumberg. He warned that a case such as that of the Ma...

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

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

Blumberg (continued from pg. 7) most about what's going on. I tend to be involved with broad policy issues and not . . . scheduling of individual programs. Again, we have eight hundred and some students and... six majors right now, and I'm just not in touch with all of them. But we have people who are," said Blumberg. He said that these other outlets include the advising center and Beth Jones, coordinator of undergraduate Business programs. Dr. Khosrowpour said that many minor problems can be solved by going to the advising center or Beth Jones, and he added that there are six program chairs with expertise in their respective fields. Of Dr. Blumberg, Khosrowpour said, "He's the last person, you know, that you should go to. .. . You go to see him when you [have] exhausted all your other resources." [Part II, covering the February 4 forum, will be in the March 18 issue of the Capital Times.]

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Student Finds Not Everyone Is Rude [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

Student Finds Not Everyone Is Rude I would like to add my own two cents to the recent spate of letters concerning the quality of the office people and administrators we find here at Capital College. I do not wish to oppose or ridicule the attitudes held by any of those who have written, but to merely present my own point of view. I feel it is proper for us to examine the nature of those we are dealing with, and report it if there are any serious abridgements of our rights, but re gardless of the way we are treated, we should always try to behave in a polite, Christian manner towards them. Try it sometime. If nothing else, you will have the satisfaction of being able to say, "At least I didn't descend to her level." Try to figure out why the lady is behaving in the manner she is as well. We do not show our best sides to everyone we meet and work with at all times, so why should a secretary be expected to do so every minute of the day? Blame it on gas or indigestion, and off...

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

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Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 25 February 1987

Letters to the Editor Is Efficiency the Goal of Human Endeavor? Dear Editor Well, here I go again. Sometimes I feel like the only person left alive (or mobile) who likes to walk. I'm referring to the article titled "Proposed Library Learning Center Comes Under Fire," and the question of the proposed location of the building. 1 find Student Court Chief Justice Todd Hammaker guilty of extreme laziness and rationalisation. Mr. Hammaker claims that "half of the time (of a free class period) will be spent going there (the new library) and back (to the Olmsted Building)." It just so happened that I picked up the paper while leaving Olmsted to walk (heaven forbid!) to the CRAGS Building. Being an engineer led me to perform a quick experiment. First, I checked my watch as I passed the current library. Then, I tried to walk at a pace that a student would if headed somewhere to study. Upon arriving at the CRAGS Building, the total elapsed time was 3 minutes and 35 seconds. Assuming ...

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Giovanni Reminds Students That Education is Key to Future [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 March 1987

Giovanni Reminds Students That Education is Key to Future By Jan Travers She intrigued the audience for more than 60 minutes in her intense, sincere, yet comedic way. But while the laughter died away, the serious message did not Nikki Giovanni, a renown poet, lecturer and teacher, speaking at Penn State Harrisburg on February 24, as part of the Black History Month celebration, told the audience of about 140 to feel good about themselves. "Don't get down on yourself because you are not going to change your color, race or gender," she warned. Giovanni, known as an individualist, feels the best role model is yourself. "Role models are a waste of time. I get upset because people look for excuses not to be who they are." Explaining that it is better to be alone than to be with a fool, Giovanni told the group to be strong enough to be surrounded by strong people who don't always agree with you. "People who make changes are people who stand for something," she said. And according t...

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Capital College's Enrollment Increases [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 March 1987

Capital College's Enrollment Increases By Tom Boyle Graduate enrollment at Penn State, Harrisburg increased 16 percent and undergraduate enrollment increased three percent from last year, according to Robert J. Graham, Ph.D., associate provost and associate dean of faculty. The figures reflect an unexpected national increase in college enrollment reported by the U.S. Department of Education's Center for Statistics. Penn State, Harrisburg usually lags a little behind the national trends, said Graham. "All of those graduate programs ... are successful beyond our anticipations," said Graham. "The liberal arts areas are going to continue to grow." The M.B.A. program, started just two years ago, continues to grow and this year has a total of 251 students. Undergraduate enrollment in the behavioral science program has increased 30 percent and the new graduate program in recreation and parks has grown steadily since its conception. The new doctorate program in adult education and t...

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Blumberg Bombarded at Business Forums [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 March 1987

Blumberg Bombarded at Business Forums Part II By Kathleen Riley-King On February 4, 1986, the Business division held a second open forum. "I'd like to know why there are so many evening courses as opposed to morning [courses]," began one student. He said that he is a traditional student who lives on campus. This semester, he does not start his school day until 2 p.m. Beth Jones replied that the evening courses are scheduled to meet the needs of the part-time evening students. In addition, more afternoon classes have been scheduled to accommodate the Business faculty. Elaborating on this point, Dr. Blumberg explained that about 40 percent of the Business faculty teach graduate as well as undergraduate courses. Since all graduate courses are held at night, the professors want to teach their undergraduate courses in the afternoon rather than in the morning. Another student responded, "I think that that kind of response is not gonna change anybody's perceptions. I think most o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 March 1987

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 March 1987

B Picture by Jan Travers Dr. Carol Nechemias checks for her passport one last time before departing for her trip to Russia with a group of Penn State, Harrisburg students. (See related story on page 10).

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