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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

COMMENCEMENT NOTES j I Commencement is Saturday, May 16, \9%1 at 9VJ0 am in Pounders Hail & 1 of the Milton Hershey School in Hershey. Featured speaker will be James H. & f Guerin, executive chairman of the ISC Group in Lancaster and a member of the A / college's board of advisers. & Graduating students are to be gowned and in Founders Hall by 8:30 am to * receive instructions and be lined up for the procession. You will be walking down ? § a brick walkway wearing a long commencement gown-high heels might not be 7 appropriate. Please leave personal items in your car because PSU is not ? § responsible for items left in the gowning room. t jr § Students or guests with disabilities who may need assistance or reserved y $ parking can contact the Community Relations Office at 948-6272 immediately. y § If you are not planning to attend the ceremony, remember to complete a y I "Graduation in Absentia" form in the Records Office, W-101 or call 948-6020. §

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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WNDR Readying for the Air [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

WNDR Readying for the Air by Denise Reinas "WNDR will not die, if we are not on the air this semester we will begin this coming fall," said Luke Hess, WNDR's station manager. Previously, WNDR went off the air because of lack of student interest. Outdated equipment and equipment in extreme need of repair caused bad sound quality and therefore student interest began to drop. But now WNDR is taking a turn for the better. "1 came to Capital College in the Fall of 1986; my interest was radio and I met with Dr. Mahar, head of the Humanities Department. I was shocked to find that there was no reactive organization to restart WNDR. I simply said to myself that if anyone is going to work towards forming a new group, it's going to be me," said Hess. "I think a radio station should be part of any college offering media courses." Hess believes that actual experience is always better than book knowledge and that students can learn useful information through experience at the radio station....

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
New Athletic Director Outlines His Plans [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

New Athletic Director Outlines His Plans By Mike Camilli Recently, Penn State, Harrisburg got a new athletic director. Duane Crider is replacing long time director, Bud Smitley, who left the university to become the Pennsylvania representative for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Crider, a graduate of Penn State, is quite active in sports himself. He is an avid runner, plays volleyball and badminton, and he enjoys hunting and fishing. He has spent the last eight years teaching at other PSU campuses. Most recently, Crider taught at Philadelphia where he was also director of intramural sports. His goal for the athletic program here is to get more student involvement By next year, he plans for the school to have a bowling club, volleyball club, intramural flag football, and a barbell club (already in process of being organized this semester). He also hopes to have a varsity cross-country team. And possibly, there will be women's varsity teams in Softball, volleyball, and b...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Baseball Team is First in the District [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Baseball Team is First in the District By Mike Camilli The Capital College baseball team is continuing its fantastic season. The team recently extended its record to 14-3 to put them in first place for District 19 of the NAIA. The team is well ahead of the pace of last year's 18-11 season. However, Coach Ron Melchiorre says that the last few games are always the toughest, including a game against Wilmington, the ninth rated team of the NAIA in the whole nation. But the team has already beaten some tough competition. So far, the team has knocked off teams such as Alvernia, Eastern College, Spring Garden, Allentown, and Lincoln University. With only ten games left in the season, the team seems to have the manpower to go the distance. The top three hitters from the district are on the team. Kevin Lazor, Frank Popp, and Brian Ritz (all seniors) are each hitting above .500. Lazor is also leading the league in triples and is 16 for 16 in stolen bases. The whole team is an incredib...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
My Morning on the Radio [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

My Morning on the Radio by Michele Hart Pop-artist Andy Warhol once said that everyone is famous for 15 minutes at least once in their lifetime. I don't know if I was famous or not, but I did spend part of a morning on the air with WINK 104 DJ Tim Burns. Burns, who teaches radio production at Capital College, invited me and another student, Angie Dill, to come to the station and be on the WINK wake-up show, provided that we bring doughnuts. So promptly at 7:00 a.m. Tuesday, March 31, Angie and I knocked on the employee entrance door of the station. Traffic reporter Captain Matt Stewart let us in after we assured him that we were not groupies. Going into the studio of Harrisburg's top-rated radio station is an intimidating experience. More intimidating is being handed a card with information about the station's Secretaries' Day promotion and reading it on the air to an estimated audience of thousands of people. I was more than slightly nervous, but Burns and newsman Dennis Ed...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Hiring Today! Top Pay! Work at Home No experience needed. Write Cottage Industries, 1407 1/2 Jenkins, Norman, Ok. 73069

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Camp Counselors, summer day camp in residential setting. 6/22-8/21, M-F 9am-4pm. Call 234-7931 for information. EOE

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Finished With Easter Movies For Another Year [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Finished With Easter Movies For Another Year by C.W. Heiser Well, the Easter holiday is behind us, although it's kind of hard to tell. What did we do? After the ham, and cleaning up the PAAS, .what exactly was there to do? It's not like Memorial day where we get to play highway lottery. Or Christmas, with eggnog and family fights. It'll never be the 4th of July. (The 4th of July is my particular favorite. No presents to remember, and the folks don't expect a call. Just drink and play with fire.) I don't know about you, but I always end up in front of the T.V., dazed from the endless stream of movies of religeous motif. You know the ones I mean. These are the gems where the Roman soldiers always speak with a Brit accent, usually filmed in pana-vista-epicvision. But do we watch these films with the right attitude? I think not. So that next year we may have a right heart and right mind, I'd like to offer these brief reviews of some of the standards that are always shown. The Gr...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

PENNSTATE ^g Harrisburg Sfiec gfi,al SUMMER SESSION '87 Graduate and undergraduate courses in Behavioral Science and Education, Business Administration, Humanities,-Public Policy, and Science, Engineering and Technology. Intensive study courses run three weeks; other more traditional courses run four, six, or eight weeks with different starting and ending dates. The first courses begin on May 11. Register now. Call or stop by the Registrar's Office, W-101 Olmsted Building to get a copy of the Summer Session Schedule.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Yearlong Efforts Pay [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Yearlong Efforts Pay Campus Commentary Jan Travers/Editor It s the end of the semester, and you are burnt out, right? It takes a conscious effort to pick up those books and prepare for finals. Don't despair, you are in good company. The staff of the Capital Times is suffering the same fate. But, just the same way that you will dig deep one more time, so did we. This is the last issue of the semester of the newspaper. Over the 1986-87 school year, we put out 21,600 copies of 12 issues of the Capital Times. These issues carried 191 stories and 131 advertisements supplied by a staff of 15. When we revived the paper in August, we had one objective in mind and that was to publish an issue on schedule every three weeks. Not only did we accomplish that, but we have continually improved in each issue we put out. In addition, through the generosity of the SGA we purchased an Apple Macintosh Plus computer and LaserWriter so we could do all our preprinting production inhouse. But the...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Al The Unique [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Al The Unique Yesterday I was sitting in my chair getting ready to doze off as I imagined myself the world's greatest rock star. If only I could write the perfect song, I'd be world famous with voluptuous women crawling all over me like ants on a popsicle stick. With a crack of lightning and a horrific noise, an apparition apppeared in front of my eyes. "I'm your macho godfather," he said. "We used to be called fairy godfathers but some of the guys were getting teased about it, so we modernized the name." I was a non-believer so he had to perform several miracles for me before I would accept who he was. When I was finally forced to admit he indeed was my macho godfather he explained why he had come. "If you think all it takes to be a rock star is to write a great song, you're pretty naive. I'm going to let you be a star but you have to take everything that goes along with it. You have to act outrageous, look outrageous and make outrageous statements." "I'm ready," I stated. ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
An Offending Blossom [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

An Offending Blossom by Vicki Koon 1. Wonderfully humorous and thought provoking artworks by students in the Humanities are greeted with anger and derision by other students. 2. In answer to the survey question, "Why is there so much apathy on campus?" the majority answered, "I don't care." "Enthusiasm" is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as possession by a god, supernatural inspiration, or prophetic or poetic frenzy. It is the joi de vivre we experience when we do something we specially like to do. "Like learning?" you ask. Learning is one of the most exciting experiences in life. If you doubt this statement just observe children and how excited they get when they learn something new. They gulp in life, learning as much as they can, as fast as they can, as if there will be no tomorrow. They hate to go to bed at night and are the first ones up in the morning. They anticipate each day because they know that it will be full of new experiences. I once showed my nephew h...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Quarters, Parties and Feeling a Little Older [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Quarters, Parties and Feeling a Little Older I don't do it very often, but a couple of weeks ago I went to a college party. It was a good time to go because I have been feeling old lately. My doctor said to watch the high calorie foods that I like. I've been told that I'm not bad looking, for an older man. Another student told me she wanted to go for a beer after a tennis game instead of a coke. How was I to know, they all look 19 to me. Stuff like that. How old am I? You. have to read the whole thing. Alan Foster This party was on a Friday in Shippensburg. But before we get to that party I stopped by a friend's house who is a third year resident at Polyclinic. This was a drug party, but not the kind that is getting all of the bad press. The food and sodas were free, provided by a drug company representative, but you had to watch this movie on OC (that's doctor talk for oral contraception). I tried, but Scotty wouldn't beam me out of there, so I went out the back. When som...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Searching For The Good Life [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Searching For The Good Life By John Albano I left the comfort of my home at the age of 18. I felt I had ambitions and goals to meet as I left to find what I called my "independence." What does a person desire in life at such an early age? Probably the same things most people want; security, enjoyment in their work, and a life full of good friends and good times. As I achieved what others would call "the good life," I realized there was an emptiness that was never satisfied. With all my effort and all my strength I pursued one goal after another. "Riches" I thought. "That's the real key to happiness" I said as I watched myself rise to the top of the department that I once submitted to. When I was a bartender I used to think how great it would be to have my boss' job. And when I gained that position I realized how wonderful it would be to have the position of food and beverage manager; then I could control the whole operation! I did it! Twenty-one years old and in charge of over...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Student Art in Gallery Lounge [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Student Art in Gallery Lounge The current Gallery Lounge exhibit features student art produced in this year's studio art and photography classes. The show includes drawings, graphics, paintings, sculptures, photographs and mixed media pieces. It will hang through May 10.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

The way "things ore going in Washington it won't be lon g before the University has to give Drug Tests.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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PSPEC Elects New Officers [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

PSPEC Elects New Officers By Stephen Weir Elections of next year's officers for the Penn State at Harrisburg student chapter of Professional Engineers and Contractors (PSPEC) were held Monday night, March 30, in the Gallery Lounge. This year's officers: James Zikmund—President, Stephen Weir—Vice President, and Maureen Purcell-Secretary/Treasurer, would like to thank the members who turned out for balloting. The elected officers for next year are: Roy Trent-President, Brian Scandle-Vice President, Michael Phillips-Secretary, and Brian Schanely- Treasurer. Presiding over the elections were: Stephen Weir, Maureen Purcell, and Dr. Joseph Cecere, Faculty Advisor for PSPEC. The purpose of PSPEC is to stimulate professional thinking among engineering students and to instill a desire for professional growth. PSPEC is open to all students in the Division of Engineering Technology at Penn State, Harrisburg. Students interested in joining for next year may do so at the start of the fal...

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