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AROUND THE CAMPUS. . [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
AROUND THE CAMPUS. . Craft Work Shop To Begin The Meade Heights Board of Governors is sponsoring a Craft Workshop. This is an excellent opportunity for people with creative potential to express themselves through the use of their hands, rather than just the use of their heads. The work shop will handle such things as leather work, candle making, knitting, crocheting, painting, and clothes making. The first meeting of the workshop will be held on Wednesday, January 28th, at 7 p.m. in the Coffeehouse. If you have an interest in learning crafts or in teaching others the skills, contact Peter Dunn and attend the meeting. Tools and materials will be made available for the various crafts and also an outlet for the sale of finished products. If you cannot make the meeting call Pete at his home, 944-1089. The center plans a new concept in child day care. All children from a family will be there while their mother works, so they also need help with tutoring. Miss Kendall and Mr. Sh...
Volunteers Needed [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
Volunteers Needed The Middletown Child Development Center conducted by the Dauphin County Child Care Service would like to open their center on February 15th. But we've got to help them! They need plenty of volunteers to help paint the building and sew aprons for the kids. People are needed to help with everything. It's located on the Olmsted Air Force Base, at the NCO Club.
ENVIRONMENTAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
ENVIRONMENTAL NEWS The Enviro nmental Committee needs assistance from the student body and faculty to gather reference materials. If you have any ideas or materials, books, magazine articles, statistics, films, etc., please drop them off in the Environmental Committee Office in room El 14, or at 823 B Nelson Drive. If no one is in the office, just walk in and drop the materials on the desk. Meetings of the Environmental Committee will be held weekly on Tuesday evenings at the coffeehouse in Meade Heights at 7 p.m. If you would like to do your part in the fight against environmental decay, the place to be is at the coffeehouse. Free coffee and fresh air will be served.
ENVIRONMENTAL FILM LISTINGS. . . CLIP AND SAVE! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
ENVIRONMENTAL FILM LISTINGS. . . CLIP AND SAVE! All films will be shown in the auditorium at 12 noon. Keep this schedule on the bulletin board: January 21-"Multiply and Subdue the Earth"; February 4-"What is Ecology", "Problem With Water is People"; February 11-"The Third Pollution", "The River"; February 25—"Between the Tides", "Peace and Voices in the Wilderness"; March 4-"What Goes UP", "Green City"; and March 11—"A Nation of Spoilers", "Noisy Landscape", "Nuclear Radiation". Alternate showings are: Thursday following each of the above mentioned dates inroom 211 at 7 p.m. Friday following each of the above mentioned dates in room W337 at 3:50 p.m.
OoenPot [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
OoenPot Every Thursday, the Student Affairs Office will sponsor a Coffee Hour-"The Open Coffee Pot". The coffee pot will be full from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m., every Thursday morning.* All students, faculty, and staff are invited for the free coffee and conversation in room W-101. Come in and rap, bitch, or just drink coffee.
Random Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
Random Notes PUBLIC LECTURES ON THE ENVIRONMENT Capitol Campus students, faculty, staff and the public are invited to attend four presentations in a series of public lectures. They are sponsored by the environmental committee. The four lectures are offered on Tuesdays from 7 to 9 p.m. in Room E247, Capitol's Main Building. Part of each session is reserved for discussion. Attendance is free of charge. Associate Professor Ambrose Klien is in charge of the series.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
STAFF OF the CIPITOLIST. ' EDITOR: Rosemary Scanlon CONTRIBUTORS: ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Lu Ann Berulis Lee Nell Missy Rotundaro Tom Hagan Ann Ostroski BUSINESS MANAGERS: Bill Winkler Richard Marx Michael Rix Roger Hawkins Terry Wimmer PHOTOGRAPHERS: Dan Durante John Fannely Chandler Wolf Don Davis Tony McGovern Eric Murray Skip Lewis Charlie Bussison
NEW PLACEMENT SERVICE AVAILABLE TO EDUCATION SENIORS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
NEW PLACEMENT SERVICE AVAILABLE TO EDUCATION SENIORS FROM THE PLACEMENT OFFICE Supply has finally caught up to demand except in a few specialized areas. As a result, an increasing number of school districts have made the decision to curtail recruitment on college campuses. This does not mean that teaching positions will not be available in such districts. It does mean that fewer positions will be available and that such districts will depend largely upon advertising, referrals, and direct applications. In the light of this decreased activity, we propose to provide the service described here: First, students may notify us of their interest in teaching in a particular school district or districts. Second, we will contact the responsible individual in such district or districts to determine the availability of positions. Assuming that positions are available, we will request that the appropriate application forms be sent to the student. Alternatively, application forms may be...
KIMMEL HEADS CCSC [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
KIMMEL HEADS CCSC WOW! Is This School Getting Freak y ! Interviewer-Ro Scanlon On Sunday, January 17, I found myself (out of necessity) interviewing Barry Kimmel, new Chairman of the Social Committee, and his faithful dog Luke. Barry doesn't LOOK like the chairman of a social committee, but that raises another question: "What does a social committee chairman look like?" Since I was in no mood to tackle a question of that caliber, I settled for finding out what a chairman of the Social Committee THINKS like! The wonderful interview went as follows: Ro: "What prompted you to take on the responsibility of CCSC?" Barry: "Nobody else was doing it...and I figured I couldn't do any worse than that. I also heard a rumor that they were showing movies every Friday night and I couldn't get off on that!" Ro: "How many people are helping with CCSC now?" Barry: "About 25...and anyone else who wants to join." Ro: "Who do you especially need?" Barry: ''Juniors! Only one junior came to the...
Critic's Notebook LOVE STORY [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
Critic's Notebook LOVE STORY by Erich Segal, New American Library (paper). Reviewed by William M. Sloane. Thanne telle I hem ensamples many oon Of olde stories longe tyme agoon; For lewed peple loven tales olde— Chaucer What can you say about a best-seller that melts in your hands and not in your mouth? You can say that Love Story follows a typical boy-girl (meets, falls in love with, loses) formula, adding nothing to a shelffull of frivolous novellas from the '40's. Heralded by a few as a trendsetter, Segal rather artlessly recalls visions of cliches past and hacks out just another jelly-jammy story-without-plot. You can say that the characters are stock and stereotyped, flashed on a printed screen in the "whole and never developed as humanoid. We are told that Oliver the Father is a pompous sonovabitch, that Oliver the Son is a rebellious superjock, and that they don't get on together. Just accept that, Dear Reader, for in 131 pages there is no space for background or anal...
FROM YOUR FRIENDLY HEMSHQP [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
FROM YOUR FRIENDLY HEMSHQP The Head Shop wishes to say "Hello" to our new students and "Welcome Back" to those of you who previously have graced the halls here at Capitol Campus. Head Shop has some very interesting things planned for this term, with more to come. We hope to get your help and support for our activities. First of all, we are still reviewing books for possible placement in the library. Secondly, beginning on February 1st WITF-TV, Channel 33 (NET) will broadcast 8 shows examining many aspects of drugs. These shows will be carried on the various University-owned TV's on campus on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7 to 8 p.m. We plan to have Head Shop personnel at these TV's to stimulate and aid in discussions during and after the shows. Third, a second telephone will be added to the Hot Line system. More on that below. And the Hot Line personnel will be given some professional training in the art of helping someone on a bad trip—drug induced or not. Fourth and m...
RIGHT ON! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
RIGHT ON! Carolyn Sims and SCLC Freedom Choir by Roger Hawkins Last term Capitol Campus had the great pleasure of listening to the Southern Christian Leadership Conference Freedom Choir, commonly known as the SCLC Freedom Choir. The Choir presented the audience with a number of soulful melodies, such as "Oh, Happy Day", "Got to do Wrong", and many other selections. Also included in the presentation was a comedy skit. The audience could not help but be moved by the sounds of this vibrant group. For they demonstrated quite well the trials and tribulations of the black man's daily life through their spirited voices. Its founder and director is Carolyn Sims, a student here at Capitol Campus. Carolyn founded the choir in May of last year. She formerly attended Northeastern Christian Junior College for two years. She is a Social Science major planning to pursue a musical career, and she'd also like to be a social worker. Carolyn's musical talents include: playing the piano, sing...
Ski Anyone? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
Ski Anyone? by Skip Lewis Come the Winter term, the Ski Club becomes one of the most formidible organizations on campus, taking its Children of the Snow out into a Winter Wonderland. Headed this year by two experienced executives and skiers, President Roger Maury and Vice President Caddi Labar, the Ski Club plans to overshadow last year's attempt by scheduling a ski weekend for the end of February and by giving lessons to novices. In an interview with both Roger and Caddi, I was given the following information: meetings will either be held on a Monday or a Tuesday of each week; the first and third weeks of each month will be devoted to business and movies while the second and fourth weeks of each month will be devoted to ski instruction and movies. The Ski Club offers its members many benefits. For a two-dollar membership fee, students may enjoy group rates at Ski Roundtop, the skiing facility most frequented by the Ski Club. In dollars and cents this means that a member pay...
FALL TERM INTRAMURAL TOTAL PARTICIPANTS AND PARTICIPATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
FALL TERM INTRAMURAL TOTAL PARTICIPANTS AND PARTICIPATIONS DMZ ALL-SPORT WINNERS-(standing I. to r.) Hank Creasey, Jim Kihm, Stretch Gregovitch, Jeff Seaton, (kneeling), Joe Rice, Al Hooper, Chuck Stefanick, and Brian Newman. Points are not cumulative, so all teams are eligible for the Winter Term Intermural All-Sport Competition. Men's Flag Football Participants 172 Participations 942 Number of Games Played 64 Women's Flag Football Participants 25 Participations 15 Number of Games Played 3 Cross Country-Men Participants 4 Participations 4 Number of Meets 1 Women's Walk-A-Mile Participants 3 Participations 3 — Niunhf r q/itfaftte T - Men's Walk-A-Mile Participants 6 Participations 6 Number of Meets 1 Men's Horseshoes Participants 19 Participations 47 Number of Games 18 Women's Horseshoes Participants 8 Participations 15 Number of Games 7 Women's Bowling Participants 19 Participations 264 Number of Games 21 Men's Bowling Participants 41 Participations 703 Number of Games 21...
Things To Do Next Week [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
Things To Do Next Week MONDAY: Intramural Registration for table tennis in the Athletic Building. TUESDAY: Intramural Mixed Bowling at 9:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY: Intramural Mixed Bowling at 9:30 p.m., Intramural table tennis at the Athletic Building, and Intramural Registration for shuffleboard. THURSDAY: Women's basketball (away) with Polyclinic Hospital at 5:30 p.m.
G.E. Employs 1970 Grad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
G.E. Employs 1970 Grad David P. Jones, a 1970 electrical engineering graduate from Pennsylvania State University (Capitol Campus), Middletown, Pennsylvania, has accepted a field engineering position with General Electric's Installation and Service Engineering Department (I&SE). Jones will attend I&SE's Field Engineering Development Center in Schenectady, primary site for development of new l&SE engineers, to pursue on-the-job and classroom instruction in electrical and electronic field engineering. Headquartered in Schenectady, N.Y., I&SE has a team of more than 2,200 field service engineers in more than 85 cities in the United States. The department offers the technical assistance for installation, adjustment, testing, start-up and a full range of management, planning and engineering services on GE mechanical, nuclear, electrical and electronic equipment, as supplied to defense, industry and electric utility customers. A native of Pittsburgh,...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1971
(Continued from Page 1 ) was doing was using "coy, worn out phrases," Terry stated. "The whole situation is childish, he yelled out." He feels Steve Wesley, who has taken over Patty's job temporarily until the two can be evaluated and one chosen for the Spring semester, should have refused this job as treasurer. A very interesting statement Terry made was that the senate is on an ego trip. "The members of the senate," Terry blurted out, "do not have guts enough to stand up for what is right and just, and if they think that what is being done is right and just, let them have their damn organization." "The senate's a front for their own goddamn personal interests and egos." "Everyone on the senate is on an ego trip, that's why I got out." Decide for yourself.