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Art Students 11 Alter" the Campus Environment [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Art Students 11 Alter" the Campus Environment Students in C Art 440 (Art History and Studio:Twentieth Century Issues) have been working on installations throughout the Olmsted Building. These projects represent a contemporary trend in art in which the artist thinks beyond traditional gallery contexts and designs work that interacts with its public environment. Some of the student pieces make whimsical comments on the campus' architecture and some jar the association we have with certain spaces on campus. All of the-pieces are intended to make us take a second look at spaces that generally escape our attention. *ws ^ ^ *» ¦ W s^ms^«^f^ms^mFiaf^mK^^^^mmaiwmmir7t M^ ^^ s« * »^^ Mock Shower in lobby of Olmsted encouraging people to "expose yourself to art."

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

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

20% OFF National Champion Merchandise (clothing, ties, keychains, etc.) Also Featuring. * Mother's Day Gifts & Cards New Posters-Just In! $3.50-3.95 t Fiesta Bowl Photos"Last Interception" $17.95-34.95 •Penn State tBooKgtore ^ On Sale Now through May 8th! h

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

GAY? LESBIAN? CHRISTIAN? God loves you as you are! Join us at Weekly Worship, Picnics, Lesbian Rap, Discussion Groups, Game Parties, Retreats. For information: Metropolitan Community Church of the Spirit, PO Box 11543, Harrisburg 17108. Phone 236-7387. Worship Services: Sunday 7:30PM, Quaker Meeting House, 6th & Herr Sts. Rev. Karon C. VanGelder, Pastor

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Bike-Aid '87 Now Recruiting [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Bike-Aid '87 Now Recruiting WANTED: Persons with ability to ride a bicycle and willing to take part in a worthwhile summer adventure. AGE: You're old enough! EXPERIENCE: You've got enough! PAY: None. BENEFITS: Touring the country on a bike. Developing dialogues and relationships with people nationwide. Learning about issues and options facing global hunger and poverty. Raising money for self-help community development projects in the Third World and here at home. Helping to perpetuate awareness of these issues by educating yourself and others this summer. If these qualifications appeal to you, you may wish to consider spending your summer biking across the country. Last summer 75 enthusiastic Americans, who represented 28 campuses and ranged from 15 to 55 years in age crossed the country on bicycles as part of Bike-Aid '86, an event sponsored by the Overseas Development Network. The Overseas Development Network is a nationwide coalition of student volunteers dedicated to edu...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Is Penn State Underfunded? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Is Penn State Underfunded? By Kathleen Riley-King The following is taken from material sent by Ruth Leventhal on January 29,1987 to the Board of Advisers, Administrative Council, and Alumni Society Board of Directors. The questions and answers are reproduced verbatim. Not all questions from the original memo are reproduced. Q. Why does Penn State need more dollars from the state? A. Penn State is seriously underfunded when compared to other institutions at both the national and state levels. In the nation, for example, a study of the 40 largest public universities with respect to state appropriations for 1985-86 revealed that: Penn State received a state appropriation that was $60 million below the average, while simultaneously enrolling 20,000 more students-50 percent above the average. Within Pennsylvania, Penn State receives the lowest state appropriation per student of any college or university in the state. The February 1986 report of the Commonwealth's joint state govern...

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

SGA Presents New Officers The Student Government Association election for officers and senior senators was held Tuesday, April 14 and Wednesday, April 15 for the 1987-88 school year. Todd Hammaker was elected as president, Kay Trebatoski as vice-president, Wendy Saxe as secretary and Ronda Graby as treasurer. Also elected were: Nick Roslevege, public policy senior senator; Donna Levins, business administration; Mike McClure, humanities; Amanda Bartholomew, science, engineering and technology; Cleveland Wilson, graduate senator; Jon Geissler, senator-at-large; Luke Hess, senator-at-large; Larry McGee, senator-at-large; Jeff Bickel, faculty senate. None of the positions, either officers or senators, was contested. Photo by Jan Travers - -- "m...iiM ..ijM ..>>>.w<*u>m^w>*mmmmmmmmmm New SGA President Todd Hammaker is administered the oath of office by acting Chief Justice Doug Richwine.

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

Peeni State, Harrisbeirg 1986=87 Soccer Team Soccer Team: 1st row (left to right) Bob Love, Ghassan Aridi, Brian Krum, George Rheineold, Jim Hering, Dave Ploch, Chip Winner. 2nd Row Rolf Duerr, Bob Miller, Bob Kester, Pat Basso, Bruce Nieder, Dale Zartman, Capts. John Rivell and Kim Mazur, Coach Steve Ryan.

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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

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Soccer Team Captain Angry About Coverage [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Soccer Team Captain Angry About Coverage Letters To The Editor Dear Editor, I'm so glad you put in what you consider fair coverage of the soccer team and its indoor season. That little blurb "sucks" at best. I can't believe some of the shit you print in this joke. Maybe they'll have room for a picture next year. Please print this if you have room (ha!) Sincerely, Captain John Rivell Nittany Lion takes to roller skates during the recent Circle K skating party.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Art is Expression [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Art is Expression Dear Editor, It has come to our attention that a petition is being circulated to have the art work removed from the lobby. We realize that a petition is a form of expression, but the art work is also a form of expression. One of the objections to the art in the lobby is that it is distasteful. Who the hell said art had to be tasteful? What is tasteful in one mouth is vile in another. Taste is relative. To add insult to injury, the petition is being circulated by some Humanities majors—individuals who should be sensitive to the creative expression of ideas and thoughts. Sincerely, Ad Hoc Assemblage For the Preservation of Artistic Freedom

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Springing the Answers on You [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Springing the Answers on You by Vicki Koon To those of you who answered the question, "Why is there so much apathy on campus?" with "Who cares," suprise, suprise! There are some students here that do care. And there are a few students who care so much that they needed more paper. One student said that we are a "commuter campus with a fairly significant part-time student population. Students have a lot of other distractions." Another elaborated this point by saying,"The student body is too fragmented, (residents, day commuters, night commuters) which makes it difficult for each fragment to care about the others or to join forces to help change the major problem issues. Also as an upper-level college, two years doesn't give much time to address and implement important changes." There was also, "Apathy is easier than bucking the system." And last, but not least, "The military ghost of the past still haunts this building. Conformity not only reigns, it puts us to sleep." To the ...

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

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

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

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

Turn Your Used Books Into Cash at the Penn State Bookstore Apr 30 thru May 8 M-Th 9am-7pm F 9am-4pm

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Engineering Scholarship Applications Available [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 27 April 1987

Engineering Scholarship Applications Available Two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to students enrolled in civil engineering or civil engineering technology curricula. Those eleigible and interested in applying for the Central Pennsylvania Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers' Scholarship can write to ASCE, P.O. Box 118, Harrisburg, PA 17108 Deadline for applications is May 31, 1987.

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

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