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Alumni Elect Officers [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 9 October 1975
Alumni Elect Officers At its first meeting of the 1975-76 year, the Capitol Campus Alumni Society Board elected officers for the coming year, according to Terry K. Wimmer of Elizabethtown, President of the Association. Robert E. Shaffer of Duncannon was elected Vice President, Michael J. Bauer of Havertown was elected Secretary/ Treasurer, and LeRoy G. Levan of Reading was elected Newsletter Editor. Board members previously elected during the spring are: Elizabeth Acri of Harrisburg, Sharon Levan of Reading, and William Cromer of Camp Hill.
New Priest On Campus [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 9 October 1975
New Priest On Campus Reader staff writer Jean Beatty with Father Jafolla Photo by Mark Swltzer By Jean Beatty Staff Writer Even though everybody knows good guys always wear white hats, there's a new good guy on campus wearing a black hat. His name is Father Henry A. Jafolla and he's the new Catholic Chaplin. His job is to minister to the spiritual needs of the community at Capitol Campus. Assigned to both Capitol Campus and HACC, Father Jafolla comes to us from LaSalle College in Philadelphia, where he had served as Director of Campus Ministry for the past three years. A member of the Order of Norbertine Fathers of Pennsylvania headquartered in Paoli, Pennsylvania, Father Jafolla replaces Father John O'Connor who is now assigned to Gettysburg and Dickinson Colleges. Asked what he considered his major challenge in campus ministry, Father Jafolla unhesitantly cited the "human element" of his apostolate—the dealing with students on a one-to-one basis, working by way of ch...
Budget Allocations 75-76 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 9 October 1975
Budget Allocations 75-76 Black Student $440.00 Union Beta Chi $300.00 CC. Reader $3,000.00 (newspaper) Capitolite $2,000.00 (yearbook) Chess Club Cheerleaders $150.00 Chi Gamma lota $350.00 (XGI) Delta Tau Kappa * (DTK) I.E.E.E. $260.00 Head Shop -0-I.T.E. $130.00 (proposed allocation) Meade Heights $400.00 Gov's P.S.E.A. P.S.P.E. $75.00 (proposed allocation) Photo Club $250.00 Rec/Ath Resident Student Assoc. * Ski Club -0-Student Govt. $400.00 Assoc Student Govt. 2,000.00 Operations Social $7,000.00 Committee WZAP $300.00 Aviation Club -0-Good People Productions Allocated by Social Committee NOW Tarnhelm -0-XP $165.00 FAA Contingency Fund $19,557.49 •These organizations were not present at the scheduled meeting date.
What's Your Opinion Of The Smoking Restriction Policy Instituted This Term ? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 9 October 1975
What's Your Opinion Of The Smoking Restriction Policy Instituted This Term ? Feature by Mark Switzer Steve DeFrank 10th term Bus. - I feel the smoking oolicv should be left to the discretion of the professor in the classroom. People should smoke if they feel they want to. It's up to the individual. Melissa D. Hobb 7th term Accounting - I would suggest that the lobby areas where wings join on each floor be designated smoking areas and be furnished ash trays. We're using them anyway. Jill Mason 7th term Soc. Sci. - I think people who don't smoke are entitled to not be bothered by smokers but on the other hand, I feel someone who does smoke should have that right. Perhaps putting people who smoke next to windows in the classroom is a solution. It's an individual decision. Gary Wright 10th term Bus. - I feel anyone wishing to smoke can wait till after class and restrain while in a dining facility. Anywhere else is perfectly all right. NATIONAL COLLEGE POETRY CONTEST open...
Security Dept. Hours Noted [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 9 October 1975
Security Dept. Hours Noted Chief Jim Paul at the Security Department would like all students to know that there is an on-campus security officer on duty from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. On Wednesday and Thursday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., the Lower Swatara township and Highspire police provide service to the campus. And Monday thru Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. there is an officer on duty at the Security Department. If there is any criminal activity needed to be reported, call the Security Department at 787-7936. If you are unable to reach them, call the Dauphin County dispatch at 236-7976.
Art Auction In Hershey [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 9 October 1975
Art Auction In Hershey The Wee Explorers Parents Association of the Wee Explorers School of Hershey is presenting an Art Auction of Sunday, October 19 in the Nigerian Room of the Hershey Convention Center.. The evening will begin at 7:00 p.m. with a wine and cheese preview of the art pieces from the Fine Arts Gallery of Ardmore, Pa. The auction will follow with dessert and coffee afterward. Tickets are available at $2.50 per person from the Wee Explorers School, 667 Cherry Drive, Hershey. Phone 534-1839. Proceeds will benefit the children of the school and provide enrichment activities for their school year.
xn REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 9 October 1975
xn REPORTER Well folks, its back to the grind again! I'd like to say congratulations to the recent grads (never forget that party!), welcome back to the returning frat members, and a big welcome to the new frat members! BLOOD DRIVE-those are the big words in the frat these days. This blood drive is one of the big activities that makes the frat a service organization. The drive is sponsored by the XGI's for the entire school community!! Therefore, the frat asks that all people at Capitol Campus should consider donating blood. The sign-up sheet is in the fraternity lounge in the main building. Also, to those who donate blood, the frat contributes (through SGA funding) coffee, orange juice and donuts! Frat members organizing and helping with the blood drive are Vice-Pres. Edna Keister, Myron Lebo, Sally Wallace, Tim McClinn, Gary Wright and Tom Cleary. Its good to see juniors getting involved! The Bloodmobile will be here all day on Thursday, October 16. Let's make this drive a b...
SGA Elections [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 9 October 1975
SGA Elections cont. from pg. 1 A voter is allowed two senator votes. An officer's ballot is considered seperate from the senator's but is on the same piece of paper. As opposed to previous years a candidate must have seven votes or 10 per cent of their curriculm to be acceptable for a senator's position. October 14 is election day at Capitol Campus. Polls will open at 9 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. to accomodate evening students. This could be the term to end a lack of student involvement on campus. You can help by voting.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 9 October 1975
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Tarnhelm Meeting [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 9 October 1975
Tarnhelm Meeting Tarnhelm is the literary publication at Capitol Campus. We will be having our first meeting at 3:00 Friday, Oct. 17 in Room E-309. All students interested in poetry, prose, photography, and/or art work please plan to attend. We can get together and talk about our mutual interest. Sue Wohlbruck. EUitor
Marijuana Penalties Reduced [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 9 October 1975
Marijuana Penalties Reduced In most parts of the country, a person caught with as little marijuana as one joint is still officially a "criminal", and will have a life-long criminal record to prove it. But efforts to decriminalize marijuana gained momentum this past summer with five states making major reforms in their marijuana laws. Another state gave constitutional protection to persons who possess marijuana only in their homes and two major federal marijuana reform bills are awaiting action in congress. Five states--Alaska, California, Colorado, Ohio and Maine-will now consider possession of small amount of pot a civil offense, dropping criminal records and jail sentences for possession. Instead, a maximum fine of $100 (except in Maine, where the fine for possession of any amount of marijuana for personal use is $200) will be imposed. The laws are patterned after the legislation of Oregon, which in 1973 became the first state to decriminalize pot. In Alaska, laws against ...
A Message From A Friend [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 9 October 1975
A Message From A Friend By Jamie Marie Whitty Guilt, self-pity, inadequacies seem to be the reoccuring themes in the daily routine of my school life. It is hard to leave an active three-year-old son every Tuesday and Thursday in the early hours of the morning knowing I will be away from him for a ten hour period. The other days are interrupted many times by visits to the library meetings or necessary school reading. Logically and intellectually, I know what I'm doing is best for him and his future. But reality does not always stay with a person-emotions enter in. I perceive myself as a very complex individual. I am sensible, of average intelligence and quite liberated. But then I am sometimes withdrawn, sensitive, compassionate and emotional. So I find myself, with books in arms, driving off to school with tears in my eyes looking at him standing there waving goodbye and calling "hurry home". I have started to notice his dislike for "text" books, and he is vehement in stating ...
Speeding [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 9 October 1975
Speeding cont. from pg. 1 But it still leaves unanswered the question of how to curb the speeders driving the streets of Meade Heights. Chief Paul sees half of the solution as "intense enforcement and education." The other half seems to boil down to common sense driving and having the meade Heights community enforce their own rules.