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Workshop Scheduled [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975
Workshop Scheduled A six day workshop on open classroom techniques and materials for elementary schools will be held at Capitol Campus from August 18 to 23. According to Dr. David Ongiri, director and assistant professor of education at Capitol Campus, the workshop is designed for inservice teachers to initiate "open" education methods in their classrooms. Interested persons should contact the Office of Continuing Education before July 14. Cost of the workshop is $120 and includes academic credit, instructional supplies, coffee breaks, and luncheon.
Penn PIRG Nears Goal In Signatures [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975
Penn PIRG Nears Goal In Signatures by Michael Bless On May 5, an all night vigil was held on Kent State Campus, Ohio, to honor and remember the student activists who were shot and killed while protesting U.S. involvement in an unjust war. Fittingly, five years since that day the war is finally ended. Hopefully the many injuries suffered by members of the peace movement were not wasted. Since the ending of U.S. military presence in Vietnam, many Americans apparently feel that campus activism has died. This is not the case-activism has simply been channeled into more organized and thus more effective movements. PIRG, the Public Interest Research Group, is such a movement. Recently on Capitol Campus, students have mounted a major petitioning drive to demonstrate support for the movement to the PSU administration. As of this writing approximately 75% of the 1100 signatures goal set for our campus has been met. This success has resulted from a multi-media publicity campaign, peti...
Music Festival Slated Here [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975
Music Festival Slated Here Good People Productions wil present the fifth annual Music Festival, Saturday starting at 11 a.m. behind the Engineering Lab. Last year's concert drew several thousand spectators on a beautiful sunny day with good music for all. This year's free, outdoor Festival is open to the public and will feature the following musical groups: the recently recorded "Dialogue"; "Elmer's Kids," which has a new single record; "Third Stream"; "Morning Song," and "City Limits." Saturday's concert will be heard through a better sound system and performed on a larger stage with more good people helping out. In case of rain on Saturday, the concert will be held Sunday. Bring your wine skin, roll your own, prepare yourself for a day of sun, fun and music. For further information contact concert coordinators: Ed Jennings 944-3522 Dave Nicholas 944-1643 (Harpo) Stan Chilson 944-0322
.C. luition On Block [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975
.C. luition On Block Among the unusual items on the block at the annual WITF-TV auction from May 11-17 will be a full term's tuition to Capitol Campus. The tuition has been donated by Electronic Data Associates Inc. of Lemoyne. A spokesman for the firm said the tuition can be used by any full time graduate or undergraduate student for any program. The money from the top bidder for the tuition will support public television for central Pennsylvania, WITFTV, channel 33. Electronic Data Associates Inc. will pay for the tuition.
JBathtub Crackup On Campus [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975
JBathtub Crackup On Campus Bathtub driving should be left to the experienced. This was the lesson learned last Thursday, May 8 at 8:30 p.m. when a Capitol Campus student decided to use the tub for crusing instead of bathing. During the Roman Riots in Meade Heights Bonnie Kallen was given an enthusiastic launching down the hill on a solo bathtub run by friends in People's Park. According to witnesses, Miss Kallen was piloting the NADS' winning bathtub from the 1975 annual bathtub race. She handled the bathtub well in the beginning, but towards the bottom of the hill lost control and crashed into the rear of a parked car. Bonnie was not injured but the car, a 1974 Fiat station wagon owned by Kathy Long, received damages to the left rear quarter panel. The bathtub was put out of commission for the rest of the evening. Bonnie's solo came to its spectacular finish because the tub was not equipped with brakes. She said, "It was a freak accident that could have happened -to anyone....
International Club Meets [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975
International Club Meets An organizational meeting of the International Affairs Association will be held on May 22 at 8:00 p.m. in the Gallery Lounge. All students interested in joining the Association are invited to attend. The topic of the meeting will be the aims of the Association and its general direction for the coming year.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975
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Term Setup Continues [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975
Term Setup Continues University Park, Pa.-An academic calendar for 1976-77, continuing the present four-term system for one additional year, was announced by Dr. John W. Oswald, president of The Pennsylvania State University. "Any permanent change in the basic academic calendar that might emerge from the recommendations of the Calendar Commission will not take place before the Fall of 1977," Dr. Oswald said, explaining that more study and consultation are necessary.
Art Exhibit Begins Here [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975
Art Exhibit Begins Here An art exhibit featuring the work of students, faculty, and staff will be shown in the Gallery/Lounge from May 19 through June 9. According to Maxine Lewis, coordinator of art shows, the exhibit will feature paintings, drawings, graphics, sculpture, crafts, and photography. Ail work shown will have been created by members of the campus community. Lewis commented, "The purpose of this event is to bring together the creative talent on campus." The Student-Faculty-Staff art exhibit is sponsored by the Student Activities Office.
Aviation Day [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975
Aviation Day w & c o D 2o <> f a A group of Junior Sky-Kings from Capitol Campus checks-in for airplane rides on Aviation Day. This is the Aviation Club's checkpoint from where it dispatched riders to planes. Io m >« a o o" £ Also on display was this- National Guard troop helicopter. I-I & 2o ia. Meade Heights from 1000 feet. ! ia 2o I As the planes made a wide arc around Middletown, we were afforded this rare view of Three-Mile Island's nuclear cooling-towers. T > Iu 2o ia. Before returning home to Harrlsburg International, our photographer snapped this quickie of the Capitol and the William Penn museum (upper right). o o> c o CO 2o £ a While waiting for their rides into the wild blue yonder, students could tour several aircraft on exhibit on the airfield. This is one of three National Guard Constellations on display. 1» £ >» no o £ O- Harrisburg's south side, including "the Tallest building b...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975
S^no^he^. tiface There's One in Iffiafi ?- - J«m Bollinger Era Clapton RSO SO 4806 Eric Clapton, fresh off the comeback trail, has released his second album in less than a year. There's One in Every Crowd is a nice little inauspicious collection of tunes on the order of 461 Ocean Boulevard, his initial comeback album. Although 461 wasn't a bad album, it wasn't anything revolutionary, but Clapton has chosen to stick to that format, anyway. Continuing a new Clapton tradition of articulate vocals and undemonstrative guitar-playing, he endeavors here to try out a variety of rock styles. Still, they all sound closely related to a sort of boppish reggae. The backing group is the same as on 461, but the song selections include several more Clapton originals than on that first album. There's One in Every Crowd opens with two rearranged traditional hymns. Of the two, only the second, a reggae treatment of "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot", is really worth remembering. I remember it as on...
WM? JMWM [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975
WM? JMWM WZAP RADIO RECORD PLAVLIST MAY 4,1975 John D'Allure- Music Director Michael Bless - Program Director SINGLES PLAY-LIST 1. Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song B.J. Thomas 2. Philadelphia Freedom Elton John 3. Sister Golden Hair America 4. Lovin Vou Minnie Rlpperton 5. Shining Star Earth Wind & Fire 6. Killer Queen Queen 7. Jackie Blue Ozark Mountain Dare Devils 8. Chevy Van Sammy Johns 9. It's A Miracle B. Manilow 10. Lady Marmalade LaBelle 11. Magic Pilot 12. What Am I Gonna Do Barry White 13. When Will I Be Loved L. Ronstadt 14. You Are So Beautiful Joe Cocker 15. Long Tall Glasses Leo Saver 16. Walking in Rhythm Blackbyrds 17. Young Americans David Bowie 18. Have You Never Been Melow O. Newton John 19. Old Days Chicago 20. Dixie Rock Wet Willie ALBUM PLAY-LIST 1. Chicago VIII Chicago 2. Physical Graffiti Led Zeppelin 3. Have You Never Been Mellow Olivia Newton John 4. Straight Shooter Bad Co. 5. Sheer Heart Attack Queen 6. Young Americans David Bowie 7...
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PLEASE MIND YOUR HEAD [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975
PLEASE MIND YOUR HEAD String Driven Thing Please Mind Your Head T-470 by Mike Bless Question: What would happen if we took a moderately hard rock British group, touch up some of the vocals to resemble Rod Stewart, and add an electric violin easily the equal of Papa John Creech's. The answer is elementary, we'd get a String Driven Thing. SDT is probably the best new British rock-n-roll import since Queen. It consists of five members: Kimberley Beacon/Lead vocals; Alun Roberts/ Lead guitar, banjo acoustic guitar, bass vocals; James Exell/Bass guitar high vocals; Colin Fairley/Drums, percussion, beer cans, vocals; and far from last or least Grahame Smith/Violin Viola. In addition to these, other artists add the musical variety of pianos, saxes, harmonicas and bagpipes. Now I must confess that I know very little about the group other than what this LP contains. Their basic tone is in a sort of folk-hard rock genre. SDT can be appropriately compared with early Free. The group exh...
Rec-Ath News [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975
Rec-Ath News JUDO: The Judo Club meets Thursdays at 2:00 p.m. in the Rec/Ath Building. BASEBALL: OGONTZ CAMPUS - 3 CAPITOL - 2 OGONTZ CAMPUS - 5 CAPITOL - 1 CAPITOL - 3 WILMINGTON COLLEGE - 2 The Capitol Campus "nine" put it all together last Wednesday as they downed Wilmington College 3 to 2. The game was highlighted by good pitching, outstanding defense and timely batting. The big story of this victory was the power hitting of Al Hutchins who hit 2 long home runs. Ed Stish went the distance for Capitol, allowing only 2 hits. Another factor in the win was the good catching by Steve Remwick who threw out 2 Wilmington runners attempting to steal second. Other team members who added much to this important win were Bill Nolan, Fred Andring, Larry Stegall, Fred Clark, Rich Lilley & Rich Stevens. The team will take a 3 & 7 record into their final game, a doubleheader with Susquehanna University JV May 19 at Selinsgrove. Please note: The base gym and the Recreation...
XGIs Win Title [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 May 1975
XGIs Win Title Capitol Campus XGI's, 1975 PSU Softball champions by Jorn Jensen XGI Reporter Fifteen XGI's from Capitol went to University Park during the first weekend in May and played 7 Softball games, winning 6 in the double elimination tournament. Special thanks and congratulations on behalf of the frat and the school are in order for the following participants: Paul Will - pitched 5 games Kim Unger- pitched 2 games Paul Skodacek Phil Horvath Paul Heintzman Ken Harris Phil Horvath Dave Nicholas Gid Wray Tom Wich Dennis Mogel Randy Hess Tom McMillen Bill Lupton Rich Szczurowski John Klock Harpo got so excited after the XGI's won the last game, that as he jumped around, he lost his contacts. Zig, Dee, and Sue from the Harrisburg Hospital Squirrels provided the cheerleading for the XGIs. PSU-Wilkes Barre took second place and Edinboro took third place. The Capitol XGIs thought that the guys from Edinboro were super I* la 12 \^ A Comment - We Are Penn State! "good e...