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What's the craziest thing you ever did while intoxicated? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 March 1987

What's the craziest thing you ever did while intoxicated? Pictures by Sylvia Johnson/Interviews by Al Pincus Nick Roslevege Public Policy "I fell asleep under the kitchen table at a party." Dave Bower Electrical Engineering "I returned home from a toga party wearing only a sheet, not knowing where my clothes were. I was greeted at the front door by my angry mother. I was only 16 at the the time." Sharon Harris Management "I ruined a dinner party that I gave. I was drunk before anyone arrived and I was dreadfully ill less than an hour into the party. The next day I didn't remember a thing." John Larsen Math/Science "I banged my head against the wall several times and I can't remember why. It didn't hurt at the time though.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 March 1987

SIX WAYS TO HANDLE A HANG OVER

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HAVING FUN WITHOUT ALCOHOL [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 March 1987

HAVING FUN WITHOUT ALCOHOL Question: What do "pig ear notching," the "Addams Family awards" and an underwater tricycle race have in common? Answer They're among scores of ideas for alcohol-free activities in a new guide, How to Program Without Alcohol: 3,000-plus residence hall programs. The 96 page publication, written by Floyd Hoelting, Illinois State U.'s director of residential housing, is a creative programmin tool for anyone working with college students. The goal, says Hoelting, is to convince students that events don't have to involve drinking alcohol to be fun. v "We're dealing with a generation of students who've had alcohol associated with every activity they've been involved in. There's always been alcohol," say Hoelting. "Because of this, some student services personnel think that if they ban alcohol from certain events, the students won't come. "The challenge facing these people," he says, " is that they have to develop programs in which students fully realize ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Campus Capsules [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 March 1987

Campus Capsules PYRAMIDS AND BEERAMIDS HAVE LURED SOME U. OF TEXAS STUDENTS into participating in the "endless-chain schemes," illegal under state law. Investors receive money by recruiting others to join the pyramid. In a beeramid, students buy beer, receiving two cases of the brew if they can persuade others to also invest. IHE COLLKfilATK ALCOHOL MANAKFIVIFNT GUIPE FOR STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS is aimed at fraternities, residence hall councils, or any other group that sponsors alcohol-related events. Two former student affairs managers developed the publication as a companion to the Collegiate Alcohol Risk Assessment Guide. Both are available from: David Anderson and Steven Janosik, P.O. Box 65557, Washington DC 20035, for $3.50 each. THE 0.1 PERCENT SOLUTION: Noire Dame Security officers gave free blood alcohol tests to students waiting at a bus shelter one Friday night More than 40% of those tested exceeded the 0.1% legal limit for driving. Most said that at some time they ...

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

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

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

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A Personal Account of "The Truth About the Soviets" [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 March 1987

A Personal Account of "The Truth About the Soviets" By Gene Albano Perhaps you'd like to know if everything you hear about the Soviet Union and its people is true. Chances are, it isn't. My recent trip to the USSR dispelled some myths and confirmed other stories I had been told. The first myth was dispelled when our group boarded the Aeroflot from Helsinki and were served a delicious lunch with Russian wine after being warned that we would not receive any food, whatsoever, while aboard the Soviet airliner. The personnel aboard were not only professional, they were hospitable and friendly. That first evening out in Moscow proved to be both interesting and a bit intriguing. We were followed in the Metro by a young hoodlum who apparently was interested in proposing some sort of deal regarding American currency or our denims. At first I thought he was interested in my roommate's body because he followed "It's going to take you and me to break down those communication barriers." ...

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

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

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

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

Blumberg — (continued from pg. 1) change somebody's perception that somehow he's being neglected." Blumberg responded that he was not sure that going to Main Campus would allow a student greater flexibility in scheduling. He pointed out that Main Campus has few part-time evening students. "... I don't think there's any school where you can get your classes always when you want them," he said, "but you're right, perception has a lot to do with it." "I'm not explaining why people are wrong. I'm trying to give our side of the picture to show that we're neither insensitive, stupid, or incompetent and that, one, we care very much about our students and, two, we're doing the best we can within limited constraints of the budget," replied Blumberg. "What my problem has been this semester is a lot of the teachers I have are very bright, competent in their areas, but when it comes time to [teach] class, they are not being able to communicate effectively to the students what they are...

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

Picture by Jan Travers Penn State's John Rivell battles opponent for the ball during the indoor soccer tournament held at Capital College on March 7. Organized by Rivell, Dale Zartman and Kim Mazur, the first year tournament was run as a fundraiser to benefit the soccer team.

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Business Students: Is Anyone Out There? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 March 1987

Business Students: Is Anyone Out There? By Kathleen Riley-King To those Business students who did attend the Businessforumfs) and to those who took the time to answer the Business survey—thank you and please ignore the following. Where are all you Busi-ness students? I got THREE responses to the Business survey that was printed in the last issue of the Capital Times. This indicates to me that: 1) you do not read the paper, 2) you have nothing to say, or 3) you are apathetic. If you do not read the paper, you will not be reading this. I know the problem is not a lack of something to say. I heard griping about the Business division the first day I naively walked into Capital College. Since then, I have heard more than enough, so I gave you a chance to "vent" yourselves. Even the administration gave you two chances. Who responds? A handful, perhaps, out of nearly 600 undergraduate Business students! So I conclude, and I believe justifiably so, that you are apathetic. Frankly, I...

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Women in Crisis [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 March 1987

Women in Crisis (continued from pg. 2) the high risk group of male professions that are related to domestic violence: doctors, lawyers, professors, ministers, judges, and police officers. Contrary to popular belief, domestic violence is not a blue collar crime. According to one Women in Crisis statistic, approximately 25% of abused women are college educated. Philadelphia Magazine published an article in 1984 that depicted domestic violence as a white collar crime. The article says that abusers aren't losers, and "they rarely fit the stereotype of the man who's kicked around by the outside world and relieves his frustrations by kicking his wife. Rather they tend to be charming and articulate." Another Time magazine statistic states that battery is the single major cause of injury to women, more significant than auto accidents, rapes, or muggings. Domestic violence can happen to any woman. According to WIC spokeswoman, Peggy Lorrah, there is no common link or profile that wom...

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

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

Giovanni (continued from pg. 1) made it rather than try to get more of us there," she told them to "Ask yourself 'how can I make it happen?"' Giovanni related the atmosphere when Hurricane Camille ripped through Mississippi. Suddenly Mississippi became integrated, while Whites and Blacks worked side by side. Why? "Because we had us a tragedy," she remembered. "We are so stupid, we won't come together until something happens. "I come from a group of people who are a loving people," Giovanni said adding that even though they were enslaved and bitterly abused, Blacks have risen above what has been. "We've said to the Whites, we will forgive you. Now it's up to White America to forgive itself. We need to go forward together."

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

Pincus (continued from How come some of these people can sit down, casually reach out and touch both of their toes at the same time? When I sit down my toes look like they're as far away as Philadelphia. I did see some incredibly agile people there. One girl was so limber that if she could bend her head a little bit more foward she wouldn't need her boyfriend anymore. The final song ended and everybody cheered. I would have cheered too if I had the energy. I know I must have made a lot of gain, because I had a lot of pain. Actually it was fun in a masochistic way. I'm going to go back as soon as the instructor shows me a double blind study proving this stuff is actually good for you. If you want to see me there, just look for the guy moving east as the rest of the class moves west.

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

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

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

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