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Conversation With The PARK. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 June 1975

Conversation With The PARK. . "Daily Collegian. May I help you?" "Ah, yeah. Hi. My name is Douglas Gibboney and I'm with the C. C. Reader..." "The CC what?" "Reader." "Rider?" "Reader. C.C. Reader." "As in Weekly?" "Yeah, something like that." "Okay. C.C. Reader." "Yeah, that's the Capitol Campus newspaper and I..." "Capitol Campus?" "Of the Pennsylvania State University." "Yes, we are." "So are we." "Huh?" "So are we. We're an upper level campus leading to B.S. and Master's degrees." "Oh, a branch campus." "Right but we're the final two years." "Gotcha." "Okay. What I'm calling about..." "Is this long distance?" "From Harrisburg - well, Middletown." "We better hurry then." "No. This is a WATS line." "Oh, good. What's new?" "Jesus, you don't seem very busy for a daily paper." "Eh, the wire service does it all." *"oh." "So what's new?" "Urn, well the reason I called..." "Hey, wait a minute! I just pulled the file. The name of your paper is the Capitolist." "No." "No?" "We cha...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Stye Cta*S 01 1975 Cfje Jtomj-pltomta &tate ^mberaittp HL)t Capitol Campus [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 June 1975

Stye Cta*S 01 1975 Cfje Jtomj-pltomta &tate ^mberaittp HL\)t Capitol Campus D.-With Distinction H.D.-With High Distinction H.D.f-Wtih Highest Distinction Spring Commencement BACCALAUREATE DEGREES BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Kendrick L. Albert Emil Joseph Albertini-H.D.t Anthony Alexander Ellis Charles Alley Kenneth Robert Armstrong Joseph Larry Baird Richard Eugene Barrett Antoinette Gail Bartley Donald Lynn Bartley Raymond Gene Battistoni Robert Stock Boeshore James Stuart Bollinger Celestial Faith Boston Louis B. Bressan Frederick David Brokhoff Mary Louise Buckley Robert Lawrence Burns George McClel Ian Burris-H.D. Patrick Francis Bryne Andrew Blair Calhoun William Allen Camp Edward Louis James Carnes-H.D. Leon Henry Champagne Dale Richard Colledge-D. Edward Eugene Connors, Jr. Job Harold Coslett Michael Leroy Coulson Stephen Charles Coyle-H.D. • George Graham Crazier, Jr.-H.D. James Dennis Curran Jerold James Def ibaugh David Keith DeLong Francis Tu...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Reflections and Anticipation [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 June 1975

Reflections and Anticipation A Message from Jerry South Graduation for the Class of 75 provides an opportunity for reflection about past experiences. Even though it will be some time before you can accurately gauge the value of your experiences at Capitol, I imagine you are aware that you have changed since coming here. The college years are a time of value clarification and idea formation as well as academic learning. As we've shared the last two years, I've seen you moving through these processes. I think the Campus environment has stimulated much of this. Hopefully, you've found the experience here both challenging and stimulating. Graduation also provides an opportunity to look into the future. As you do so, the true value of your education should become more apparent. By this I mean that you should become more aware that you are just beginning the task of learning. Our world is rapidly changing, and your ability to influence the future depends, to a large measure, on yo...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Hail to the Graduates! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 June 1975

Hail to the Graduates! A Message from Mr. Dressier As you travel the highways of this great country of ours, you will, on occasion, see a sign advising you to "Keep Right." Expanded a little, this is what all of us should do.$ Keep right thoughts! This isn't easy. There will be many temptations to twist those right thoughts you have learned at home and in school. Hopefully, you will be able to sort out and make suitable judgments about those that are right. Keep right words! This isn't easy either. But it should be a natural adjunct to keeping right thoughts. Translate those thoughts into clear and concise words that best express those thoughts, considering their time and place. Keep right deeds! By your deeds others will learn more about you than by all your thoughts and words. Your deeds will set an example for others to see, for others to follow. Keep right-and do something with your life! Dedicate your efforts to those things that are right, for such dedication brings ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 June 1975

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Smoking Restrictions In Effect t J By Sherry Lukoski By Sherry Lukoski [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 20 September 1975

Smoking Restrictions In Effect t J By Sherry Lukoski By Sherry Lukoski Smokers at Capitol Campus will be subject to the regulations of a new University-wide policy that James South, Director of Student Affairs, said aims to "protect the rights of nonsmokers and at the same time provide arrangements for smokers." A University release said the policy followed recommendations to Penn State President John Oswald from the University Council. The Council conducted polls at selected Penn State campuses (Capitol Campus not included) last year, and reported there was "strong support" for the regulation of smoking in classroom facilities. South said the Capitol Campus policy is "flexible to a degree, but will fall with University established guidelines." Smoking will be prohibited in classroom facilities, the auditorium, laboratories stairwells, and conference rooms, as well as in other areas where "smoking is permitted" signs are not posted, South said. Provost Robert McDermott will ...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
24 Hour Help Available [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 20 September 1975

24 Hour Help Available Do you need a Graduate Record Exam application? Do you have questions about interest tests? Do you need buln control or V.D. information? Or do you feel like you just really need to talk with someone-but it's after 5:00 p.m. Well, now you can do just that. By dialing 787-7733, you will have 24 hour access to a member of the Counseling Center staff by phone. A telephone answering device has recently been installed which will confidentially record your message at times when the Counseling Center is closed (evenings, weekends, and lunch hours). This is how the service will work. You can call 787-7733 anytime, day or night, and you call will be returned. One of the counselors will check in regularly with the service and return your call at the earliest possible time. During regular office hours, 8-12 noon and 1 to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, the Center secretary will be happy to take your calls. If an emergency arises (like fire, crime, damage, illness)...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Area Is Pleased With Capitol Achenbach [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 20 September 1975

Area Is Pleased With Capitol Achenbach Survey Shows Favorable Impact By Gerry Achenbach Yes, folks, Middletown does know that Capitol Campus is here. This fact was verified in a random survey conducted recently in the business district of Middletown. Of nine managers of local businesses interviewed, eight felt that they definitely benefitted from the existence of the college in the community. Some of the comments reflected the fact that Capitol Campus brought to the community many activities that would not otherwise be available to the majority of the inhabitants, such as plays, lectures and concerts. One manager admitted that the influx of students in the fall affected his ordering habits. Another interesting comment was that the students seem to do their grocery shopping on Tuesday afternoon. Also interviewed were those not directly associated with the businesses, approximately sixty to one hundred shoppers in the downtown area. Though about one fifth of those interviewe...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Student Leaders Attend Weekend Workshop [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 20 September 1975

Student Leaders Attend Weekend Workshop By Phyllis Schaeffer Forty-three student leaders started the school year early when they attended a workshop at Camp Sertoma near Linglestown last weekend. The student leaders included organizational and r' ,<:h joarHero g.<5 w-tSj't 3!= resident assistants from the dorms, and Meade Heights. Sponsored by Student Affairs, the workshop enabled the student leaders to meet each other and discuss plans and activities for the coming year. Training in the styles of leadership with both theoretical and practical sessions was also provided. Budget hearings were held throughout the weekend with individual organization members to establish their budgets for the coming year. The workshop was headed by Jerry South, director of student affairs. Other Capitol staff participating were Roberta McLeod, student activities coordinator; Marian Krieger, director of the counseling center; Ed Beck, counselor; Bud Smitley, recreation athletics ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 20 September 1975

This Is Your Newspaper In this first editorial of the year, it seems appropriate to tell our readers about us. The C.C. Reader is a student newspaper run by students for students and the entire Capitol Campus community. Our primary goal is to produce for you the best possible newspaper by informing and entertaining you. We also hope to do some analytical and interpretive reporting to bring to your attention problems, situations and viewpoints. We provide practical newspaper experience for journalism majors and students in other areas interested in any facet of journalism, as well as creative writing. For those of you who were here last year, our office is no longer in W-110. We've moved to W-129, next to the Counseling Center. We will have regular office hours this year which we will be posting on our door. A new feature added this year is the faculty column. We hope faculty participation will make this a regular part of the Reader pages. We will be publishing just about ev...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
C.E.P. Receives HEW Grant [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 20 September 1975

C.E.P. Receives HEW Grant The Cooperative Education Program at Capitol recently received a $30,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Initiated during the summer term of 1975, the Cooperative Education Program at Capitol provides students the opportunity of alternating six months of study and six months of career-related work experience. According to Mary E. Gundel, director of admissions, students in the program can study business administration in accounting, or electrical design engineering technology. Gundel stated that efforts are being made to contact industry, government agencies and local businesses to participate in the Cooperative Program. Plans are being prepared to include other courses of study in Cooperative Education, such as education, other business administration programs and social science.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 20 September 1975

The Capitol Campus Reader The Pennsylvania State University The Capitol Campus Middletown, Pennsylvania 17057 The C.C. Reader is published by the students at Capitol Campus every two weeks during the fall, winter and spring terms. Printing is done at the Middletown Press and Journal. The Reader office is located in W-129, Main Building. The opinions expressed in this newspaper do not necessarily represent the views of the students, faculty or staff of Capitol Campus or The Pennsylvania State University. Editor-in-Chief Phyllia Schaeffer Associate Editor Mark Swltzer Photography Editor Mark Feldman Business Manager Tom Grogan Staff Gerry Achenback, Jean Realty, Bob Bennett, Rick Heinback, Sherry Lukoski, Rebecca Rebok, Dan Shilling, Chris Yeager Hot Lion Coordinator Paul Bailie, Social Committee Chairman Technical Adviser iam S* . F,n1 fI r _ Faculty Adviser Dr. Melvyn Haber

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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An Open Letter To Chauvinist Men [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 20 September 1975

An Open Letter To Chauvinist Men The most universal reform movement in America is the campaign to bring about the political, economic, and social equality of women. Many chauvinist males have responded to the women's movement in an emotional manner. A number of them have labeled the drive for women's rights as dangerously radical. It is hoped that sober reflection will lead to a better understanding of the chauvinist's plight and a greater appreciation of the meaning of equality of the sexes. The women's movement is pervasive. From the moment the chauvinist comes into contact with emancipated women, he is engaged in conflict between his traditional stereotypes of women and newly defined roles for women in American society. Every day he must make conscious decisions regarding his dealings with women. Should he be unbearable, compromise and hence pretend to be liberal, or merely hope that it will all go away. But it doesn't go away. The confrontation is incessant. Emotionall...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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N.T.£. Dates Announced [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 20 September 1975

N.T.£. Dates Announced Students completing teacher preparation programs may take the National Teacher Examinations on any of the three different test dates announced by Educational Testing Service, a nonprofit, educational organization which prepares and administers this testing program. New dates for the testing of prospective teachers are: November 8, 1975, February 21, 1976 and July 17, 1976. The tests will be given at nearly 400 locations throughout the United States, ETS said. Results of the National Teacher Examinations are used by many large school districts as one of several factors in the selection of new teachers and by several states for certification or licensing of teachers. Some colleges also require all seniors preparing to teach to take the examinations. The Bulletin of Information for Candidates contains a list of test centers, and general information about the examinations, as well as a Registration Form. Applications for the N.T.E. are available in the Cou...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 20 September 1975

The editors and staff of The C.C. Reader welcome letters for publication. Letters must be typed, double-spaced, and must contain the writer's signature and telephone number. Anonymous letters will not be accepted. However, if the writer requests, a pseudonym will be used in publication. The editors reserve the right to edit letters for style, grammer, and good taste.

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 20 September 1975

I The Pennsylvania State! I University continues its! I policy of non-discrimi-1 I nation on the basis of sexl I in compliance with Title IIX of the Education! I Amendment of 1972 in alii I activities and programs I under its sponsorship. ln I addition, the University! I administers all actions! I without regard to race, I creed, color, national! § origin, and age ori I handicap as defined byl I law. These policies apply! I to application and select-i I ion for admission as well! las application for em-1 Iployment and all other! I personnel actions withl Ithe University. i inrin&MiinnniinniiniiiiwiBflMfnniniiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii m

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