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'Roomate Prompts Civil Suit [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

'Roomate Prompts Civil Suit Poughkeepsie, N.Y. (CPS) - A one million dollar law suit at Vassar College over the university's liability for assigning persons with incompatible lifestyles as roommates has ended in a stalemate. Nancy Graber, ex-class of '73, sued Vassar College for $1,000,000 last October, but agreed last summer to an out of court settlement of $2,100. Vassar officials say that this sum represents a "refund" on the remainder of Graver's tuition payment for the 1969-70 year she spent at Vassar. Graber claimed that her roommate, identified as "Pamela," was "embraced by all the aspects of the drug culture" in February of their freshman year, and that "regularly, while Pam was on a trip, she would play guitar and sing throughout the night, oblivious to her surroundings." Pam, according to Graber, was also involved with a circle of friends who also used drugs and that a "male non-student was a frequent late night visitor." The original suit brought against Vassar by...

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Grievance Procedure May Be Established At SUNY Buffalo [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

Grievance Procedure May Be Established At SUNY Buffalo Buffalo, N.Y. (CPS) - The student Association of the State University of New York at Buffalo is trying to establish a method for students to deal with student-faculty grievances. Under the proposed procedures, a student at SUNY at Buffalo would have recourse through established channels if he or she felt they had a legitimate grievance concerning a faculty member. The proposal has been passed by the Student Association and is expected to pass the executive committee of the SA soon Whether or not it will be approved by the administration is unknown. "Every department would have the same procedures," acording to SA academic affairs coordinator Janine Hanis, who aided in drawing up the grievance procedures for undergraduates. This is necessary, she explained, because many departments have no grievance process at all and those that do act solely within departmental rulings and tend to favor their own faculty members. Accor...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

Notice Any married female student attending the Pennsylvania State University who, for tuition purposes, has been classified as an out-of-state student because of her husband's status as a non-resident, and who claims to be an in-state student for tuition purposes, may assert her claim with Mr. Walter M. Slygh Middletown, Pa. 17057 Capitol Campus Phone: 717-787-7734

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

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Women's Movement Meets Tonight [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

Women's Movement Meets Tonight The Harrisburg Women's Movement will hold its monthly meeting this coming Thursday evening, October 19th at St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Lexington and Wiconisco Streets, Harrisburg). It begins with business at 8 p.m., followed by a panel discussion on "SEXISM IN PICTURE BOOKS AND EARLY READERS" starting at 8:30 p.m. Speakers Joan Holiday, Barbara Glenn, and Kathey Bard, have been conducting a study of children's literature for several months and will summarize their findings for the groups Thursday evening. Their study has focused on the role of boys and girls and mothers in books and tips on how parents can attempt to counter the sexism in children's readings and experiences in school. These women have found that there are few books written about girls in exciting situations - but that they are generally portrayed in relation to boys or men. Publishers replied that they felt there was not a very large audience for exciting stories about girls;...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

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DTK-On The Move [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

DTK-On The Move by R.W. Bonaker Delta Tau Kappa, the international social science honor society, is among the more active campus organizations. That statement can be substantiated by a listing of the various activities which the society has sponsored in the initial weeks of the academic year. During Orientation Week, President Gaye Miles organized the student to student advising program, which attempted to acclimate new juniors to campus life as wekk as giving technical instruction and other academic information. The group has continually assisted Drs. Kay Starkey and Jim Knestrick, who are serving as liason between Capitol Campus and the temporary flood relief community, Capitol Campus Village, located adjacent to the Main Buildine. On October 2, DTK sponsored the appearance of an information session of the Indochina Peace Campaign as anti-war activists Ted Click, Tom Hayden and Holly Near came to campus. On October 3, in conjunction with a local registration drive, DTK sta...

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OfreKLKf Sfout [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

OfreKLKf Sfout The New Stages, the Capitol Campus drama club, is meeting these first weeks to decide upon a play for fall term production. Acting president Tom Ogden told CAPITOLIST reporters that the consensus of the small group seems to be for a comedy, possibly a light musical or some Horowitz one-acts. Other possibilities include arena or geurilla theater. Attempting to overcome such difficulties as limited stage facilities, no acting budget and a small initial turn-out,; the New Stages plans to continue its tradition of turning out excellent theatrical experiences for the campus and the community. "The basic idea," commented Mr. Ogden, "is to plan for the entire year, to be prepared for the winter production by the time the fall production is finished." The New Stages welcomes a new advisor this year, Dr. Jerry Berger, formerly an instructor in theater and religion at West Chester State College. Dr. Berger brings his considerable theater experience not only as a profess...

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'Art for You' Show Staged [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

'Art for You' Show Staged ART FOR YOU is coordinating a second Central Pennsylvania Art and Craft Show at the Colonial Park Plaza. On display will be the work of leading painters, sculptors and craftsmen in the area. The Show will be held Friday, October 20 and Saturday the 21. Mrs. Richard H. Heindel, wife of the Dean of Faculty at Capitol, is one of the coordinators. The Show will feature many demonstrations. Visitors can watch painters at work and even sit for a portrait if they wish. They can see craftsmen making candles, macrame belts, silver jewelry o,r working with many other exciting crafts. Mrs. Stanley Miller, wife of Prof. Miller, Program Chairman in Education, will display all types of stitchery and twining, including silk embroidery, macrame and twine weaving. ART FOR YOU, which put on a very successful show in the same location last May, aims to help promote an interest in art in the Harrisburg area and to bring art out of the city center into the suburbs. Mrs. L...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

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Students Hire Lawyer Who Can't Defend Them [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972

Students Hire Lawyer Who Can't Defend Them Dekalb, 111. (CPS) - The student body of Northern Illinois University has hired a lawyer who may have to tell students to get themselves a lawyer if the need arises. Attorney Patrick Conboy was hired by the student government of NIU recently, but his contract first had to be approved by the Board of Regents. The regents approved Conboy's contract, but with the contractual agreement that he could not represent a student in court. John Templin, legal counsel for NIU, said there were two reasons for the contractual limitation. First, the salary paid to Conboy is considered part of state monies and "should not be used against the state, in effect, to sue the state." Secondly, Templin questioned whether it was proper to "extend a portion of every student's fee to support the actions of an individual." Robert Barr, chairman of the Board of Regents, has questioned both the legality of Conboy's right to represent a student, and the practica...

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