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A New Look for Capitol Campus [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
A New Look for Capitol Campus Some new facilities have been added during the summer and some physical changes were made. Of the new additions, most noticeable is the food service installation in the Main Building. The cafeteria line will be open Monday through Friday during the day, while the vending machines will be available whenever the building is open. A new Venderville at last! Other changes in the Main Building include establishment of a large student-faculty art gallery and lounge area on the first floor in Rooms W-107 to W-113. The television lounge has been moved from the basement to Room W-110, while W-112 has been designated as an office suite for several student organizations. Additional space is available for use by student organizations this year with the establishment of offices for the newspaper and yearbook staffs and the photography club in the Placement Building. Adjacent to these is a newly equipped darkroom for use by these organizations as well as by all...
Middletown - Then and Now [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
Middletown - Then and Now by Irwin Richman (Reprinted from April 14, 1970 Capitolist) Middletown ain't New York or even Philadelphia. Neither is Middletown the idyllic Nixonian vision of a beautiful small town whose tree-shaded streets are lined with big white houses. It is a polygot community upon which it is easy to dump; especially if you only allow yourself to know it fleetingly or if you let the first amazed stares 'at your clothers, beard, hair, and-'or beads solidify your judgement.. Middletown is an old community, as a matter of fact it is one of the oldest towns in Pennsylvania. An important stopping off point in the eighteenth century, it is located midway (hence Middletown). between Carlisle and Lancaster. The community was known for its inns and taverns. In the nineteenth century the canal era brought new prosperity to the town and its neighbors, Royalton and Falmouth, and the remains of the old canal can still be seen along the Susquehanna outside of town. With ...
Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
Letters to the Editor OPEN LETTER to the STUDENTS of MEADE HEIGHTS Welcome to a "community of people. The Board of Governors is a group of students elected to serve the needs of the community; so if you need any help, contact us at the following addresses : Jim—845B Kirtland Jim—845B Kirtland Barry—849A Kirtland Donald—849A Kirtlandx Stop in for a drink sometime! Four more members to the Board will be elected from the Junior Class during the third week. Watch for the announcements! There is a coffee house in Meade Heights. It's next to peoples' park on Kirtland Street. Some of the planned activities are: Discussion groups-Students and Profs Rock Groups Jam Sessions Come on over and get into it! ! We're going to come around to visit your residence in Meade Heights in the near future to answer any questions you might have and to help you get involved in the community. Jim McLean P.S. Get involved in some committees too!
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
Staff of the CAPITOLIST Editor: Business Manager: RO SCANLON RICHARD MARX Contributors: Sports: ANN OSTROSKI MICHAEL KELLER KATHI DOOLEY LU ANN BEROLIS TONY McGOVERN' BARBARA HANCOCK Photographers: ROGER HAWKINS ERIC MURRAY MICHAEL RIX RICHARD MARX BARBARA MATECKI CHERYL JOHN8TONBAUGH ANN PERRINO JIM McLEAN
Spotlight On Students: Lee Levan - Student Government President [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
Spotlight On Students: Lee Levan - Student Government President Lee Levan is a person worth meeting. He is president of the Student Government Association and he is full of exciting plans for the year. Lee lives in Reading, where he attended Central Catholic High back in 1964. He attended Albright College from 1964 to 1966. After working for a few years, Lee chose Capitol to continue his education. One of Lee's main goals this year is to establish an audit of our parking fees. When he returned to campus last winter and found three-foot high snow drifts on the parking lot and dangerous conditions on the campus road, he decided something must be done. But so far, his intentions have become "hung-up" by beaurocratic procedures. "You need the personal contact", Lee explained. He plans to begin investigation of the parking situation this week, so all students can drive and park safely this winter. Lee will also work on revamping the image of SGA at Capitol. "I don't think it is the...
Faculty Profiles: Dr. Woodruff and Dr. Jordan Join Campus Faculty [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
Faculty Profiles: Dr. Woodruff and Dr. Jordan Join Campus Faculty Dr. Lloyd W. Woodruff has been appointed associate professor of public administration at the Pennsylvania State's Capitol Campus. In announcing the appointment, Dr. Richard Heindel, dean of faculty, said Dr. Woodruff will teach both undergraduate and graduate courses and will be involved in development of the graduate public administration program. A graduate of the University of South Dakota with a B.A. degree in government, Dr. Woodruff received his M.S. degree in public adminstration from the University of Denver and his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Minnesota. He was an assistant professor of political science at the University of Wisconsin from 1950 to 1957. Then he joined the Michigan State University Vietnam Advisory Group and served in Vietnam as, a specialist in public administration. On his return from Vietnam in 1961, he joined the Minnesota Department of Taxation as director of ...
A Fading In The Middle [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
A Fading In The Middle by Richard Donahoe There seems to be a trend in the American mood that is particulary a-Iarming if the lessons of history are any predictors of the future. The trend is that of polarization. The once great amorphous mass known as the middle of the road, the political center, the silent majority, whatever label you choose, is becoming smaller. This shrinkage would seem to be precipitated by the events of the past decade that have perhaps aproached a very dangerous ground. People are finding themselves faced with a moral issue. What is worse, is that it is an uncompromisable issue. The point at which the actions of a political insitution are in direct opposition to the heart and head felt belief of the members of that political institution is the point at which compromise is imnossible. I see this situation as the most critical challenge to the idea of democracy since the uncompromisable feelings of the Civil War which placed brother against brother. Con...
Masters of Humanities Offered [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
Masters of Humanities Offered A new graduate program in humanities will be offered during the Fal] Term at The Pennsylvania State University's Capitol Campus. The program, leading to the degree of Master of Arts in Humanities, is the fifth graduate program offered at Capitol. In announcing plans for the new graduate offering, Dr. Nancy M. Tischler, head of the campus humanities program, said the graduate program seeks to discover means to integrate knowledge and is aimed at individual needs. "While many graduate majors work toward increasingly specialized knowledge," she said, "this program is based on developing skills and the understanding of relationships between facts. "Students will be assigned an advising committee when they are admitted, and, with the committee, will determine individual needs based on individual goals and weaknesses." The program will begin on a parttime basis, with classes offered in the late afternoon and early evening nours. Noting that many gradu...
William Penn Memorial Museum Exhibit Schedule [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
William Penn Memorial Museum Exhibit Schedule September 5 through October 11 A three-man exhibition: Landscape and toy paintings by Roger Clough of Philadelphia Sculpture by Ruth Ancker of Washington D. C. Portraits by Gennaro Guluni of Harrisburg, Penna. October 17 through November 29 The Muriel and Philip I. Berman Collection of Eastern European Art October 11 through November 22 Ceramics by Raymond Gallucci October 11 through November 22 Art of the Decov
Gift Pax Coming! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
Gift Pax Coming! Fall is here again — and so are our free Gift-Pax Kits. Teeth and hair will will be brighter this semester — and it's free as always. Our campus' will again be distributing the free Student Gift-Pax Kits of toilet articles as over 2,000 other colleges and universities throughout the United States have done for the past fifteen years. A good will promotion of leading U. S. manufacturers — packaged by Gift-Pax, Inc., West Hempstead, N. Y., who makes them available to us each semester. Free Student Gift-Pax will be available to the student body in Administration Building W104, there are coed assortments and male oriented product assortments as well. Come early (while the supply lasts) and bring your identification (I. D. Card) to receive your student Gift-Pax.
Dr. Poore Heads Grad. Program [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
Dr. Poore Heads Grad. Program A former Duquesene University Professor has been named head of the graduate program in administration at The Pennsylvania State University's Capitol Campus here. Appointment of Dr. Daniel M. Poore as head of the Master of Administration program and associate professor of administration was announced by Dr. Richard H. >Heindel, dean of the faculty. Dr. Poore had been a member of the Duquesne faculty since 1960, serving from 1962 to 1967 as chairman of the Department of Quantitative Methods in the School of Business Administration. A graduate of Lafayette College with a B.S. degree in industrial engineering, he received his M.S. degree in industrial engineering from Lehigh University and his Ph.D. in business from the University of Pittsburgh. He served as an industrial sales engineer with the Westinghouse Electric Corporation until 1954 he joined the faculty at Lafayette College. In 1957 he became assistant professor of industrial engineer...
News Briefs of Esoteric Interest [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
News Briefs of Esoteric Interest BOWLING LEAGUE The 1970 Bowling Leagues are now being organized. Any man or woman interested in being a member of a team should complete a "sign-up" form available from the Athletic Building (phone 787-7751). Persons may sign up as an individual or by team. Be sure to indicate the name of the team on your application. These forms must be completed and returned by Wednesday, September 30, 1970. BOARD OF GOVERNORS NEWS Trying to start a "general store" in Meade Heights. Anyone interestedin helping (and we do need your help) please contact Jim McLean at 845B Kirtland Street. SIMPLE SUPPER OF THE WEEK Meatloaf A La Meade Heights Ingredients: 2 lb. ground beef ¥i cup bread crumbs 1 slightly beaten egg y* small chopped onion 1 can tomatoe soup salt and pepper • Combine beef, crumbs, egg, onion, y% can of soup, salt and pepper. Form into loaf and dot with butter. Place in baking dish and put in preheated (350) oven. After one-half hour, pour remaini...
PSU's New President, Dr. John Oswald Appoints Student Advisors [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
PSU's New President, Dr. John Oswald Appoints Student Advisors President Oswald (center) speaks with Dean of Faculty, Dr. Riclutrd Heindel (left) and Ctunnus Director, Mr. Colemau Herpel in front of the Ad Building. The Pennsylvania State University begins its 1970-71 year with a new president, Dr. John Oswald. Dr. Oswald has many qualifications for this position. After graduation from De Pauw University, he enrolled in the University of California where he received his Doctorate of Philosophy in plant pathology and published more than seventy scientific papers. Immediately after receiving his degree, he entered the U.S. Navy where he served from 1942 to 1946. On his release from active duty, Dr. Oswald returned to teach at the Berkeley campus. He was promoted to full professor in 1957, and then began concurrant duties as administrative assistant to the Chancellor. In 1958, Dr. Oswald was promoted to the office of the president of the statewide university system, serving a...
Cosmic Column [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
Cosmic Column VIRGO: Your birthday month is good for community involvement. You have tremendous energy to help others. Look into the Community Tutoring Program or other worthwhile activity. LIBRA: Courses will be challenging this term but don't despair. Use your creative impulses to examine new aspects of education. You can accomplish a great deal. SCORPIO: Your social life is on the upswing all month. New friends are in your forecast Meet them at mixers, parties, and organization meetings. CAPRICORN: Some room-mate difficulties may be expected this month. Try to control your sensitivity. Learn to accept people for who they really are. SAGITTARIUS: Take time out from a whirl of activities and studies for some mediation. Try to achieve inner peace as an escape from tension. AQUARIUS: Put your political ideals into practice this month by working for a gubernatorial candidate. You'll meet exciting new people at rallies. PISCES: A great month! Friends are true, love runs smoothl...
Action line! Your Questions Answered [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
Action line! Your Questions Answered PROBLEM: I received a small state scholarship during the summer, but I find I'll need a part-time job to help pay college expenses. Where should I look ? And how do I travel to work when my scholarship stipulates I can't have a car on campus? ANSWER: Toni Jennings, in the Financial Aid Office, thinks she can help you. She has compiled a list of students desiring jobs and local employers who are hiring. She is trying to find an area job for any student who is interested in working. She will also notify students of any openings in the college staff, such as in the library or the cafeteria. Even with a PHEAA scholarship you may have a car on campus, if you have an off-campus job. Request your car application in the Financial Aid Office.
Roving Reporter Reports Summer Happenings [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
Roving Reporter Reports Summer Happenings Jim Keeley and Pat Danowski were married in Philadelphia this summer. Best of luck to a wonderful couple! Who said campus romances don't work out? Mark Gerhart, last year's Capitalist editor, has completed his Vista training. He is currently working with the Indians in Utah. Keep us posted, Mark, we miss you! Jimmy Benn tells us that the Board of Governors has big plans for Meade Heights this year. Would you believe a vegetable garden? Glad to see so many Capitol Folk "groovin"' at the Philadelphia Folk Festival! Congratulation to Dr. Ed Racey and his wife Pat on the birth of their son! Toni Jennings, Capitol Grad, is now working as Financial Aid Officer. Pay her a visit! The Campus Community welcomes Dr. Jay Anderson, American Studies, and Dr. James Jordan, Philosophy, to the Capitol faculty. The "Mail Truckers" are with us again, without the Mail Truck! How was Strawberry Fields ? A Middletown version of Hair? Remember where you he...
SPORTS REPORTS: [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 September 1970
SPORTS REPORTS: FALL SEMESTER ATHLETICS IN FULL SWING Football Deadline: Men—Sptember 30 Women—October 15 Football begins: Men—October 5 Women—October 15 Bowling Deadline: September 30—have rosters in to Bob Stanley in the Athletic Bldg. Other Fall Events: Flag Football MW Bowling MWC Horseshoes MWC Bicycle Derby MWC Walk-A-Mile MW Volleyball MWC Cross Country MW Fencing MW See Bob Stanley today for more information !