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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Briefly | [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

Briefly | AMP trip slated Beta Chi will sponsor a trip and tour of AMP International next Tuesday, Feb. 22, from 2 to 4 p.m. Interested students must contact Sheri Phillips, Beth Saylor, or Glenn Buckfeller no later than this Wednesday, Feb. 16. The purpose of the trip is to make business contacts and gain exposure to the sales/marketing and accounting/computer science departments of the corporations. Valentine's dance tomorrow Are you waiting for cupid to draw back his bow? Then come to the Valentine's Day Dance on Tuesday, Feb. 15th at the Student Center from 9:00 p. m.'til 1:00 a. m. Admission will be $2.00, wear red, bring a beverage and your favorite flame and dance your heart out at S. U. B. O. G.'s second event this year. Senior picture retakes set If you missed your senior picture setting or want to have a retake, pictures can be taken in the BCAC on Feb. 21 & 22. Sign up in Student Activities Office, W-104, this week. C.C. literary magazine TARNHELM, the C...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Capitol admin, red-faced [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

Capitol admin, red-faced "BOOKSTORE" from page 1 University Park. And, it's Bischoff who evaluates them, recommends changes, and implements those changes. However, Bischoff said, "Capitol Campus' Bookstore is considered autonomous. The manager doesn't report to me, and I have no responsibility to it, except on an advisory level, and then only if called upon." He went on to explain that the responsibility for change lies with Capitol Campus' Ad- • ministration: "They have authority over their bookstore, and for any changes in the physical set-up or the productmix of that store." This came as a shock to our administration. From the Provost on down, officials were surprised. Dr. Gross said: "My understanding of the reality is that the bookstore is out of my control. But, if I can do something about it, then I will do so." Another campus official, Robert Hamill, who recently took over the position of Business Manager, said, "My understanding was that there are certain limits on wh...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Eng. pioneer explains new method [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

Eng. pioneer explains new method •Photo by Mark Clauser By Bud Smith Truss analysis was the focus of an engineering lecture by Jai Kim, Chairman of Civil Engineering at Bucknell University, Feb. 8 in the Gallery Lounge. Twenty-five people attended the slide presentation and discussion entitled, Rehabilitation of metal truss bridges by an arc-hanger additional floor beam system, led by Dr. Kim.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Temps, drop, fevers rise [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

Temps, drop, fevers rise By Racquel Summerford Study and prayer will help you through midterms and Capitol Campus's Health Services Center can help you make it through the cold and flu season. "January through March is the height of the colds and flu season here at Capitol Campus," says Health Services Center day nurse, Jean H. Kresge. According to Kresge the Health Services Center has been seeing an average of 40-45 patients a day since January. Kresge says that the majority of the patients come to the Health Services Center suffering from nasal congestion, fever, and head and body aches. These symptoms usually last 24-48 hours and may be accompanied by nausea. The treatment for these symptoms , is, usually aspirin and decongestants. Kresge also administers medicine for nausea if it's present as well as recommending bed rest and drinking plenty of fluids. However Kresge warns that, "if the symptoms include a very sore throat and a fever lasting more than 48 hours, the stude...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

J&J PIZZA AND Family Restaurant (EAT IN OR TAKE OUT) PHONE: 944-1313 PIZZA - STROMBOLI SUBS - DINNERS (SALAD BAR) FINE AMERICAN and ITALIAN FOOD 288 East Main Street Middletown, Pa. (One mile East of Campus) J 10% off everything-except j J specials-every Tuesday j [ night., j I Student I.D.'s Required! j I Coupon Expires March 15, i I 1983 j • I

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Valentines [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

Valentines Markiepoo, I just want to wish you a Happy Valentine's Day, and to tell you how wonderful I think you are, and to say I love you. Guess Who? Dear Pat, For all the harrassment you bear and for all the aggravation you have to take, we thank you! Love, The Capitol Times and The Lion's Tale Staffs Dear Uncle Al, We love you and appreciate all you've done for us. Love, The Capitol Times and the Lion's Tale Staff Spud, Thanks for 20 and 50-50 for 20 and hopefully for 50 or 100, provided we can date whoever we want and Student Affairs approves it. Happy VD! Y.L. Spud To Sweetie, December is our month to remember for that was when our hearts surrendered. Love Always, Sweety To Mom and Dad, Something to say on a special day is that I will always love you. Love, Marcia To my sweethearts next door to Don, our little 4.00. We sure do miss your Sunday night show. To Bill, who killed that poor bunny; we don't think that's very funny. To Larry, who will often pull a pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

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ODIN delivers new sources for students [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

ODIN delivers new sources for students ByKimGuzzi If you're having trouble finding sources for a research project, you lust might be in luck. The Heindel Library is currently using the Online Database Information Network — a computer which stores a large number of databases in diverse fields of study. ODIN, as it is more popularly known, can search for informa tion sources by computer access with much more immediacy. Manipulating the databases can provide you with those hard-to-find lists of citations for articles, technical reports, books, dissertations, and other materiafrelating to your research topic. "ODIN is an additional tool we have in the library which increases our ability to match people's information needs," says Charles Townley, Division Head, Heindel Library- "Some informational searches are done best by ODIN while others are done best by hand. It depends on the nature of the research topic," stresses Townley. For example, if your topic is "The Use of Compute...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

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Media publication promotes program [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

Media publication promotes program By George P. Yanoshik, Jr. Capitol Campus has a media concentration within its Humanities Division. You know it, but a recent survey has proven that the majority of counselors at Penn State's satellite campuses and other junior colleges throughout the state are unaware that such a concentration exists. As an independent study project, senior media student Monica Auld sent over 160 letters explaining the media program at Capitol to junior colleges in Pennsylvania as well as technical schools in New Jersey and Delaware. Her results have shown that over 50 per cent of schools questioned did not know that curricula in all areas of communicationfrom the print and broadcast options to advertising and public relations-are available at Capitol, the only upperdivision and graduate school in the Penn State system. With the results of the survey in mind, the Humanities Division funded a special media edition of the Capitol Times last month in which ...

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Improvement on the way? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

Improvement on the way? Capitol's bookstore By Pat Wenger Now that the mess is finally straightened out about who is in charge of the bookstore, the Provost can do what he wanted to do last time we talked to him, "see it become a bookstore that is really attractive, a cultural center for the campus." Perhaps he can get an action plan together and really do a great job by getting in there and making our bookstore a real showplace. We would like to make a cou ple of suggestions: Hire people who already care about buying and owning books. Their attitude alone would go far in changing the environment of the bookstore. It is essential that books be both bought and sold in the bookstore through a viable used book program. Just think of the thousands of wasted dollars spent by students in the last 17 years on books purchased unnecessarily because they couldn't sell or trade in their old texts. Now our bookstore has a chance to serve both the students and faculty and should tap ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

*" "Wf{ffi February 14,1983 times Executive Editor Pat Wenger Managing Editor Jerry Trently, Jr. Photography Editor Michael Markle Photographer Mark Clauser Layout Assistant Betsy Sheehan Production Assistant Monica Auld Graphics PatCarthy Advertising Manager George P. Yanoshik, Jr. Advertising Assistant Marcia Rogers Business Manager Charles R. Cobourn, HI Business Assistant Kimberly Bush Sales Representatives Kevin Gulrich PaulSabattne Adviser Al Lee STAFF MEMBERS Thomas Dekle Barbara Myers Judith Faruquee William Negley Joseph Gubennan Lisa Noro Kim Guzzi Robert Rejmaniak Mlchele Haley Bud Smith Mames P. Kushlan Raquel Summerford Marsha L. Larsen The CAPTIOL TIMES welcomes letters from readers. Letters Intended for publication must Indicate the writer's college affiliation, if any. All letters MUST be signed by the writer. Unsigned letters cannot be printed. A writer's name may be withheld upon request. Letters should be typewritten and double spaced; and. any material that is ...

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Model U.N.promotesidea sharing [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

Model U.N.promotesidea sharing By James Kushlan Walt Disney's people tell us "It's a small world after all." That's true. With huge advances in travel and communication, we share more of the humanity of our fellow earthlings. The Model United Nations set for February 24 to 26 here at Capitol Campus will reflect this smallness of our world community. High school students will debate and discuss important issues from every region of the globe. Students participating in the Model U.N. will go beyond the level of appreciating a good Disney song, though. "Rather than just saying how small the world is becoming, I think the delegates get an awareness that issues which affect other countries also affect the United States, says Clem E. "Our purpose is to educate ourselves as well as our delegates in international affairs." Chris Barrett President, I.A.A. Gilpin, Capitol Campus instructor, Afro-American Studies, who began the Model U.N: program here in 1973. The...

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Capitol leads sweethearts to altar [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 14 February 1983

Capitol leads sweethearts to altar Photo by Mark Clauser With men outnumbering women seven-to-one at Capitol, this isn't exactly cupid's nest. Yet each year some of the arrows hit their marks here, and a valentine or two pays off at the altar. "I'll remember Valentine's day for the rest of my life," says My (Ngo) Guidarelli, "because that's when I got my engagement ring." She met Francis Guidarelli at a Graduate Student Union meeting and for them, there wasn't a real courtship. "We always went out with others in the club and it wasn't until I went to dinner at his parents home that Francis and I got closer." she says. They were married on November 27,1982. Steve Cremo and Annette Bux met in a restaurant where she was working. "I bought her dinner, and a little while later she was being harassed by some drunken guys," says Cremo, "so I stepped in and said 'Get your hand off her-she's my wife.' When they met, he was attending Capitol and she was at Penn State's Schuylkill Ca...

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