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ThornesGo To Term. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

ThornesGo To Term. James & Betty Thome, soon-to-be Capitol Campus "alumni." He, head of Registration, she, statistics professor, are both assuming higher positions in Tennessee. by Jim Bollinger Capitol Campus is losing its Registration Officer, and he's taking his wife with him. James R. Thorne, head of Registration here for nearly three years, has resigned and accepted a position as Dean of Students at Covenant College in Tennessee. His wife, Dr. Betty Throne, an Assistant Professor of Statistics is, of course, going with him and will teach at both Covenant and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. The couple will leave for their new home in Chattanooga, Tenn. shortly after Spring graduation. As Thorne said, "As the Seniors depart from graduation, we'll be departing for Tennessee." Mrs. Thorne said that the positions had come as an unexpected fortune. She said they accepted the appointments as "professional promotions." Covenant College is a small liberal a...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

HOT LION ^ ^^ The Hot Lion is a weekly newsletter published to keep the Capitol Campus community informed of all activities on, or concerned with, the Campus. Everyone should please feel free to use this service by obtaining the entry cards in the Student Affairs Office (VV105)/ filling them out and leaving them there. Deadline is Friday, Noon, week prior to date of publication. MAY 16-31 8:00 p.m. - Two plays - "The American Dream" - "Stone Soup" Drama Club (Strolling Muggers) - Auditorium - Fre NOW meeting - time will be posted. MAY 24 Raft Trip MAY 25 Raft TriP 1:00 p.m. - Mass - Student Center MAY 26 Baft Trip MEMORIAL DAY |AY 16 fXGI - Field trip to Vet Stadium - Phillies and Braves Game .00 a.m. - Rock Festival 1:00 p.m. - Baseball Game - Capitol Campus vs. Susquehanna Univ. (Away) MAY 18 1:00 p.m. Mass - Student Center Rain Date for Rock Festival MAY 19 7:30 p.m. - Martial Art - Recreation /Athletics Building MAY 20 12:00 p.m. - Maranatha Bible Studv Club - W...

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A Letter From God [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

A Letter From God Hello friends, Jimmy here. It's so nice talking to you again. Your All American world combater of mediocrity and disdainer of public taste has very recently received the following, letter from the bia #1 dude himself-God. He asked me to pass it along. So folks, take heed. Here it is. Dear Jimmy: Hi pal, it's been a long time since I was able to talk with you. Christ, my youngest son, knows how busy I've been. Lately I havent seen him around too much. He's on some kind of martyr kick... For a 1,975 year old lad, he sure is rambunctious. Who knows what these kids will do next? Joseph and Mary send their regards. They're still having kids. I don't know when that family will stop growing. As they say, "wonders never cease." Anyway Jimmy, I'm writing to you because you're the only one left who will really listen to me. My problem is very simple. I need a vacation. What's so wrong about that? You humans take vacations and forget about your work, so why can't I take...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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%jj *j^ *l^*l^ *v »1^ *V*V w ^K*V*B£ *^*J^ *Sp*S& *mt *J^*1^ *$P A *ti~ ~Jf* ~A" "uuT ^tf"tf ~tr *A" "uu* *Stf ~itr *tf* *^ ^Jf 4£^V*a£ *¦£*¦£ •!* •!* J* ^* •!> %1« *Sg "Buycentennial" Drama "American Dream" "Stone Soup" Capitol Campus presents its first "Buycentennial" contribution-Edward Albee's play, "The American Dream" plus, as an added attraction, "Stone Soup," a "children's" play, by the infamous Strolling Muggers of Capitol Campus. Curtain times for these two historic events are 12:15 and 8 p.m., May 22 in the auditorium. The afternoon performance of "Stone Soup" will be performed outdoors in the sunshine at the rear of the academic building. The starting time will be about 2 p.m. This version is for children. The evening performance is the only "X-Rated" children's play in captivity. In other words, the nighttime performance contains so-called "adult material." The two performances of "Stone Soup" will follow the "The American Dream." In the afternoon...

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S.G.A. Minutes [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

S.G.A. Minutes Cast of "American Dream." L-R Gary Bloom, Gere Berger, Mike Mitchell; Rick Heinback; Leah Petrakubi; Gerard Lavelle. Strolling Muggers get ready to make Stone Soup. L-R: Gerard Lavelle Dianne McGarvey, Gary Macchioni (Director), Gary Bloom. "veiie, u'anne May 8, 1975 Present: Scott Deardorff, Greg Weigle, Jack Henry, Rebecca Rebok, Troy Buster ChetGregoreski, Bette Karp, Rich Laychock, Todd Malpass, Jorn Jensen, Paul Mathis. Proxy for Skip Gibson by Jorn Jensen. Absent: Pat Truitt, Dan Martin. Meeting called to order at 8:10 p.m. I . Paul Mathis made the motion to approve the minutes of April 24, Todd Malpass 2nd the motion. The vote on approving the minutes was unanimous. II. Treasurer's Report. The tabled motion of April 24 was brought to SGA attention. The Aviation Club is requesting an extra $50 to cover a field trip. The motion was again tabled to the May 15 meeting where an officer of the Aviation Club is requested to be present. The vote was 7-for, ...

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"Stone Soup" Schedule [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

"Stone Soup" Schedule Wednesday, May 21, 1975 at Hershey Memorial Playground - 12:30 p.m. Thursday, May 22, 1975 Penn State-Capitol Campus 2 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Sunday, May 25, 1975 Harrlsburg Art Festival -1 p.m. Children's day - North Plaza of William Penn Museum Tuesday, May 27, 1975 Londonderry Elementary School 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 28, 1975 Conewago Elementary School 1:30 p.m.

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Capitol's NOW In Protest [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

Capitol's NOW In Protest Capitol Campus NOW at The Day of Outrage attended by more than 3,000 persons in Washington, D.C. on Mothers Day. Photos by Ann KIMS On Mother's Day, more than 3,000 persons attended The Day of Outrage sponsored by the Eastern Region of the National Organization for Women and joined by such groups as Catholics for a Free Choice, New American Movement and the NOW Minority Women's Task Force. The protest was directed against the Roman Catholic Hierarchy's promotion and funding of legislation opposing the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States which upheld the right of women to safe, legal abortion. Ten members representing the Capitol Campus Chapter of NOW joined the demonstration which paraded past the Apostolic Delegation housed in the Vatican Embassy on Massachusetts Avenue. The demonstration was well underway two hours ahead of schedule due to the combination of pleasant weather and enthusiasm of the people. It was well organized and...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

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PROF FIGHTS THE SYSTEM! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

PROF FIGHTS THE SYSTEM! by Fred Prouser Ambrose Klain is fighting for his academic life. Klain, an Associate Professor in the Regional Planning program was informed on November 25,1974 that he had reached the retirement age as a member of the faculty of The Pennsylvania State University. At 65, Klain was faced with the tact that he would be out of a job. As a father of two young children,11 and 13 years of age, Klain could not afford to be without a teaching position and he also realized that the University's policy on mandatory retirement at age 65 was discriminatory. Dr. Robert McDermott, Provost of The Capitol Campus requested that Professor Klain's services to Capitol Campus be extended after the year 1975. Provost R.E. Lars Larson, in denying McDermott's request of January 7,1975, stated that exceptions to the mandatory 65 year retirement are made only in highly unusual circumstances and if they are justifiable. Larson also stated'As you are aware, the University is...

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Lost Anything? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

Lost Anything? There are many valuable lost and found items in the Business Office, Room 114. These will be disposed of at the end of this Term. If you're missing something take a few minutes to inquire.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

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Sol <JVwte ^ywyrn JAe (bcU'toK [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

Sol <JVwte ^ywyrn JAe (bcU'toK The Reader Replies In the last issue of the Reader, we ran a letter written to us by Allen Kerchner. In it, Mr. Kerchner blasts us for our coverage of the bungled SGA elections and me in particular for my editorial concerning the matter. Kerchner makes several points in expressing his dissatisfaction with both the news article and the editorial. He first accuses our reporter, Sherry Lukoski of "fail(ing) to make sure her facts were accurate." He then berates her for attributing him with telling presidential candidate Sue Bretherick what vote count criteria had been used last year. If Kerchner would check his facts (and read the article carefully), he will find that Sherry correctly attributed Mark Fey with the remark (re, "Fey said the ballots were treated separately last year.") Kerchner then tears into yours truly for using "Hearsay and not...factual evidence" as the basis for my editorial , . He attacks me for not being present at the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

BYTONNIEMAC BEYOND MT. NITTANY ON A CLEAR DAY, ONE BRIGHT SATURDAY IN EARLY MAY FIFTEEN VETERANS GOT UP AT DAWN, WET GRASS AND BASES COVERED THE LAWN. TWAS FOUR IN THE AFTER, THREE WINS UNDER THE SUN, WHEN THE FIRST DRINK'N HAD BEGUN. PRIDE AND DISCIPLINE ACCOMPANIED THE QUICK FEET, CAUSE BOYS FROM CAPITOL COULD NOT BE BEAT. BARBARA, LINDA & CAROLE, FEEL'N NO PAIN, PLENTY OF ACTION AT THE VETS OLE MAIN. BEER, MUSIC, MEN AND BOYS, LOVELY DOLLS WERE PLAYFUL TOYS. Gary B. Macchioni A MISTY NIGHT AND AN INCH OF RAIN, SUNDAY MORNING CALL WAS ALL IN VAIN. GAMES DELAYED BECAUSE OF MUD, no THE UMPIRES HAD TOO MUCH BUD. SIX WINS, ONE LOSS AND EIGHTY SEVEN RUNS, THE TEAM TROPHY CLIMAXED THE FUN. THE CHAMPIONSHIP COMMENT IS HERE TO STAY, WHERE THERE'S A WILL, THERE'S A WAY.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

BNLY y^ ^Qg /Mitels Etotfea ? ¦ s/resf. Z$-kr) "No Title, No Name" ill ^5v fiy/ feeling impulses from all over my body. 1 | JL _ _ ^rv legs don't want to bring me where I want to go. J 3 ^X ^>, ^0 ^ -mind too jangled to keep me there. /T*T 1 J *7 have to get below it all. / ZL ^ ^%A L just close my eyes and slide - r. C** ^ '7v*V underneath. * •J10 ^ J i l yj too much to do, "¥ / ff\ £ iri plans to be made, fehw 6*~ directions to be followed. J&fv& pace beyond me now - JsroP where has my strength gone? ^^W ** all those years of having it together - S^~/ 'L^x*. disappeared? ^"" '""s^^ doesn't my past mean anything? I've got to get beyond it, cause I... J / ... can't sit back and get below it. A/ . / I've got to be higher. /VSW/fjiM/USwJ Mr. Bigshot? Hey man, tS f It/Z/lVW A/l/ I'm glad the way I am. flfm So leave me alone, ^ J / • Because I don't want to go home. J/wljf/yt jflfjA, S&tTZ7 ^ ** *. ^ ' want ro De where there are flowers and trees, ff i &...

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Course Ratings Discussed [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

Course Ratings Discussed cont. from pg. 1 ing the forms to students to return later, but this failed because of the poor return. At least one program head, Dr. Miller, feels the form is not a true indicator of teaching effectiveness and said, "Very much weight is put on them." Dr. McKenna, chairman of the faculty council, says there is a strongly mixed opinion among the faculty to the evaluation form although he says it is not an overwhelming negative response. Dean Wolf said, "I don't want to see it (evaluation) used as a summary court martial." When questioned if it had been, he replied, "It never has been to my knowledge." He added it should be part of a process involving students, peers and administrators as well as the individual instructor. As for student reaction to course evaluations, S.G.A. President Scott Deardorff said, "Students get nothing from it." He said he plans to reactivate the Faculty Evaluation Committee of the S.G.A., representing both faculty and stude...

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Are Capitol's Course Evaluations Beneficial To The Students? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

Are Capitol's Course Evaluations Beneficial To The Students? Bill Pugh 9th, Bus My feeling is that the evaluation is directed by the students toward the instructor rather than the course. As a result of this, it is a valuable tool for not only the instructor in adapting his or her, presentations but also for the faculty and administration for determination of the instructor's worth. Of course, there will only be a benefit if the information is taken seriously. Feature by Mark Feldman Beverly Tuck 12th, El Ed No. This is my last term of study at Capitol and I've never seen the results or benefited from them nor do I know anyone who has. Roz Tobias 10th, Psy Soc It is meant to be of benefit to both the instructor and to the student, but I am sure that is not the case. The questions asked on the evaluation are many times vague and irrelevant to the particular course. No, it is not a benefit to the student. Robert S. Boeshore 12th, Bus No. I believe that they are not weig...

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AMBROSE KLAIN FIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975

AMBROSE KLAIN FIGHTS cont. from p 5 Klain's determination to retain his position can be traced to earlier events in his life. He spent over two and a half years in Russian concentration camps during World War II. He fought on the Eastern front as a soldier and officer of the allied Red Army and its Czechoslovkian Army Corps. His parents and all his kin save one sister and two cousins never returned from the Nazi concentration camps. Musing on his personal philosophy, Klain mentions that the "Quality of life should replace the standard of living as the most important aspect of life." Klain relates that a "New and simplier life style should be developed with less consumption and less production of goods, particularly those requiring use of scarce natural resources." His vision for Capitol Campus would be that "In ten years, part of the parking lot would be a vegetable garden. Apple and pear trees would be planted on the campus and more bicycle racks would be installed." He env...

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