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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 19 October 1972
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McDermott to be Installed as Provost [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972
McDermott to be Installed as Provost Ceremonies formally installing the first provost of Capitol Campus have been scheduled for this coming Sunday, October 29, in the Auditorium of the Main Building. Dr. Robert E. McDermott, a native of Illinois and an experienced educator and administrator, will be installed by University President, Dr. John W. Oswald. Prior to investiture of office, Dr. McDermott will receive greetings from University and other academic dignitaries Included among those are A. Wayne Readinger, member of the Board of Trustees; Warren E. Ringler, Assistant Commissioner for Higher Education; and Dr. Russell E. Larson, University Provost. Dr. Clyde E. Blocker, President of the Harrisburg Area Community College, will offer greetings on behalf of the collegiate community; and Dr. Thomas J. Knight, Chairman of the Faculty Council, and Michael Dini, Student Government Association President, will extend congratualtions from their respective organizations. Dr. McDe...
THIS WEEK IN THE SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972
THIS WEEK IN THE SGA At the SGA Senate meeting on Monday night, President Mike Dini announced that Max Brady has officially tended his resignation as SGA vice-president. Brady did not specify his reasons for stepping down. He did, however, convey the feeling that he now has more time to devote to his studies and his work as Advertising Manager for the CAPITOLIST. Dini announced that he would appoint a new vice-president at the October 30 meeting of the SGA. That person who is recommended by Dini must be approved by a two-thirds vote of the Senate. Outgoing senator Gene Bryan presented a report of the Task Force on Space and Facility Utilization. Plans were finalized for Capitol's multi-purpose building, which is being funded by the General State Authority after approval by Pennsylvania Secretary of Education, John C. Pittenger. The building will be a modular-type structure built in a manner where possible expansion of the facility can be easily done if the situation warrants...
Capitol Under McDermotfs Leadership [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972
Capitol Under McDermotfs Leadership Dr. Robert E. McDermott will be officially installed as Provost of Capitol Campus this Sunday. We of the CAPITOLIST acknowledge the Provost and express our congratulations to him. McDermott has been at the helm since February of this year, but the authorites involved have waited until now to offically install McDermott. In a recent discussion, we asked the Provost why formal ceremonies are taking place and about the future course of Capitol Campus. He explained that "we need the visibility and the publicity, that is why we have invited" big-name people in the field of education. "This campus needs to establish an identity; so we are going to get as much mileage out of the ceremonies as we can "he stated. The Provost then outlined the future directions of Capitol Campus. "We must form our own governing boards and attempt to generate our own funds to give this place a source of stable support. This is not to say that we are going to be compl...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972
Sigma Delta Chi will sponsor a bake sale today. The goodies are located near the main entrance and in Vendorville. Among the bakers are the women in the sorority plus a few "celebrity" bakers. Terry Turnbaugh, Nancy Colnes, Kathy King and Pat Murphy are participating. Terry's specialty is a TNT cake.
McGovern and Foreign Policy [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972
McGovern and Foreign Policy From Your Editors While Senator McGovern s recently televised speech outlining his proposed steps for ending the Indochina War received much notice and critical praise, another speech which he delivered on October 5th in Cleveland concerning the broader aspects of a bold new proposed foreign polity was largely overlooked in the press. The speech, entitled "The New Internationalism" represented a proposed change in foreign policy at least as great in magnitude as that made by President Kennedy in ending the Dulles era of cold war confrontation. It criticized the very foundations of the Nixon concept of "balance of power" as a balance of terror which does nothing to alleviate the root causes of war among mankind. Nor does it encourage the kind of partnership among nations so necessary to combat such overwhelming problems as poverty, malnutrition, and overpopulation according to McGovern. The Democratic Presidential candidate criticized the "six-...
GARBAGE AND DEVIATES [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972
GARBAGE AND DEVIATES Dear Editors, Miss Shenefelt, in her letter under the heading NO DIRTY WORDS in last week's issue, reminds me that not too long ago in history, anyone could dump their garbage anywhere they wanted. As social groups developed and expanded, the need for restraints developed. Now, even with those group efforts, we have suddenly awakened to the fact that if we do not act as a cohesive body, our globe may become uninhabitable. (Doing our own things as individuals doesn't always work.) In principle, there is really very little difference between throwing organic garbage in the river and using verbal garbage in a public newspaper. I applaud the CAPITOLIST in its restraint and its improved taste. Miss Shenefelt referred to herself and those who reason like her as deviates. In this she may have revealed her need to expose her self image to us so that we can dislike her too. Be that as it may, for all of us it eventually becomes necessary to grow up, mature, bec...
SICK TOHIS STOMACH [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972
SICK TOHIS STOMACH Letters to the Editor To the Editors. I have been following the Presidential race for the past few months and am sick to my stomach over the remarks of George McGovern. Richard Nixon is not a perfect man, but then, who is? I am going to vote for President Nixon and not for McGovern. Here are a few reasons why: 1. McGovern's ideas about getting everyone out of Southeast Asia are okay except for a few small items. After giving his formula for total withdrawal the Senator was asked this question. ( If he were to get all our troops out of Southeast Asia, and the North Vietnamese didn't let our POWs go, would he re-enter the war. He said no. Asked if the Communists took over Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia would he interfere, his answer to all was a flat no.) Maybe McGovern would rather support the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese than our own men who are POW's???? 2. McGovern keeps harping about the United States killing so many people in North and South Viet...
Halloween Parade and Dance [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972
Halloween Parade and Dance A festive evening will take place Friday, October 27th. The famous Halloween parade will begin at 7:00 from the Coffee House, proceed to the dorms via the Meade Heights Walkway to pick up the rest of the parade, and go to the Olmstead Plaza to show-off its finery. After the parade there will be a dance at the Student Center at 9:00. Admission is free for only those wearing costumes. The group St. Elmo's Fire will judge the costumes. A $10.00 prize will be offered throughout the night. * * * *
PRESIDENTS COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972
PRESIDENTS COUNCIL There will be a meeting of the campus' President's Council on Thursday, October 26 at 7:00 pjn. in the TV Lounge. Topics to be discussed include the goals and purposes of the organization, possible revisions of the body's constitution, combined speaker symposiums, and discussions of club activities. The person who is the executive head or designated representative of each organization chartered under the auspices of the Student Government Association automatically qualifies as a member of the President s Council. The Vice-President of the SGA serves as chairman of the Council. The Vice-President of the President's Council is Bob Bonaker, who was elected to that post by a unanimous vote at the last meeting on October 12. The present constitution of the President's Council states that a representative of each campus club must attend each meeting or the charter of an absent club will be revoked upon two consecutive absences. A discontinued charter means that ...
Whoops! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972
Whoops! Last week, in an article under the heading GRAD STUDENT INFORMATION, program heads in graduate curriculums were identified. But in that article, some of the names were incorrectly listed or not brought up to date. Here are the correct people and their titles: Dr. F. Frederick Neubauer, Chairman of the graduate program in Administration; Dr. Jay Anderson, Chairman - American Studies; Dr. Robert Lesniak-Chairman, Elementary Education; Dr. Frank Ferguson-Chairman, Regional Planning. Some of the incorrect listings were a failure to update the information, while some were due to the fact that the •CAPITOLIST was not notified of the changes.
Bombing Increases Casualties [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972
Bombing Increases Casualties My Tho, Vietnam (DNSI) - U. S. B-52 bombers are flying regular missions over the heavily populated Mekong Delta for the first time in the war, resulting in sharply increased civilian bombing casualties. The giant bombers have flown 125 missions there since early July, three planes to a mission. Before the July raids began, most B-52 strikes occured further north in less densely populated areas in the Central Highlands and Quang Tri province. The Delta had been avoided due to its heavy population. Dinh Tuong province is about a third the size of Rhode Island, but its well-worked fertile lands support a population of 600,000 Vietnamese. The bombing policy was changed, say military ovservers, due to increased North Vietnamese activities in the area, coming at the time of American troop withdrawals. The B-52s five and seven hundred pound bombs are aimed at an estimated 5,000 North Vietnamese who have infiltrated into Dinh Tuong during the past two mo...
la no Fonda Visits U. P. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972
la no Fonda Visits U. P. UNIVERSITY PARK (APS) - Calling for an immediate end to U.S. involvement in Indochina, anti-war activist Jane Fonda, speaking to an estimated crowd of 5,000 here last week, said the United States, "is waging a cultural and ecological genocide on the people of Vietnam." The noted actress, speaking in behalf of the Indochina Peace Campaign, stated that the U.S. policy of saturation bombing and the use of various methods of defoliation has, "raped the land of its life sustaining elements and has driven the people from their ancient ancestral homes...B-52's flying at 30,000 feet drop 90 tons of bombs on an area one-half mile wide by one and one-quarter miles long, wiping everything in that area off the face of the earth." She stressed the fact that the Pentagon Papers clearly indicate the United States is responsible for the military aggression in Vietnam, "although the struggle for independence in Vietnam is centuries old...we know from the Pentagon Pap...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 26 October 1972
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