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Hear Ye...Hear Ye! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
Hear Ye...Hear Ye! by Mike Rix A general bitch around Capitol is that the place is dead as far as social activities are concerned. This is definitely a problem but students don't realize how easy a solution there is to this problem. Apathy, as usual, on this campus is in epidemic proportions and has brought about a great limitation on things that can be accomplished. If only you got involved in organizations, committees, or events, what a better place this campus would be for all of us. A good example of where to start to get it together is with the Capitol Campus Social Committee. Recently the CCSC held a meeting and only one, that number between zero and two, junior came. What the hell is going to happen for next year if only one junior is on the social committee? You think the place is dead? Wait until next year. It is up to the present junior class to get on the committee to sponsor and plan activities for all to enjoy for now and most especially next year. Money is ther...
ASolution??? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
ASolution??? Due to the increasing number of tickets received by students, the Meade Heights Board of Governors has offered Capitol Campus a solution to the problem. On Thursday, the Board met and decided, in effect, that if Mr. Paul continues to enforce moving violations so rigidly, the Board of Governors will remove all speed limit signs and stop signs from Meade Heights. Hmmmm.
Financial Aid News [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
Financial Aid News Toni Jennings reports that initial applications for 1971-72 PHEAA Grants are now available for those who are interested. The deadline for applications is May 31st. All-University Scholarship Applications also are available. The student must have a 3.0 cumulative average or better to qualify. The deadline for All-U scholarship forms is February 12. Both applications may be picked up in the Financial Aid Office in E-106.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
STAFF OF the CAPITOLIST: EDITOR: Rosemary Scanlon CONTRIBUTORS: ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Lu Ann Berulis Lee Nell Missy Rotundaro Tom Hagan Ann Ostroski BUSINESS MANAGERS: Bill Winkler Richard Marx Michael Rix Roger Hawkins Terry Wimmer PHOTOGRAPHERS: Dan Durante John Fannely Chandler Wolf Don Davis Tony McGovern Eric Murray Skip Lewis EDITORIAL CONSULTANT: Charlie Bussison Jim Benn Paul Snyder
ARAP WITH OUR PRES.. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
ARAP WITH OUR PRES.. Interviewer-Ro Scanlon Since there has been much discussion recently about the lype of student government we have at Capitol, the CAPITOLIST staff decided that it would be a good idea to ask the president, Lee Levan, about certain issues. This "Rap With Our Pres" column will be a weekly feature, because we feel that the students deserve to know what their president is thinking about issues which effect us all. Ro: "For the benefit of the students who didn't make it to the last SGA meeting, what happened this week?" Lee: "A discussion with Mr. Paul concerning tickets and his function on campus...there's been a lot of complaints about tickets, and especially the manner in which they are given. My impression was that most of the disturbed parties in SGA were satisfied that Mr. Paul was merely doing his job." Ro: "What was decided?" Lee: "There will be more concern on Mr. Paul's part toward his relations with students., .possibly more discretion used by the ...
CAFE ALA MEADE HEIGHTS! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
CAFE ALA MEADE HEIGHTS! by Paul Snyder Our one Community Spot for much activity is open Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, from 9:00 p.m. until the last persons go. The entertainment is pretty much dependent upon those who show. There was song and dance, storytelling, coffee and popcorn, last semester. Ned and David with guitar, candlelight, painting, drawing, crafts, and a solo from Doe. This is your place, and will accommodate...if only a place to go, or with a friend to rap...with a talent to share, or a nap. In short, it is the place to do your thing. What we make of it will be our own reward. And the place? Yes, the place is Meade Heights Coffeehouse, at 854 Kirtland Avenue, Phone 944-7827. Keep an eye peeled for plans and changes to appear...in the next addition. MISSY D'ALESSANDRO-Chose the interior decorations for the CoffeeHouse. Now, she makes coffee, opens the CoffeeHouse and sees that everything is together.
STUDENTS ASSIST LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
STUDENTS ASSIST LEAGUE Last term, the League of Women Voters, in an attempt to learn more about the effectiveness and the inner workings of Congress, approached Mr. Neil Weber, an Instructor in Political Science here at Capitol. Their primary concern was to gain information and conduct a study on the effectiveness of Congress in today's society. Four Junior Social Science majors, Dan Durante, Roger Getz, Rich Polun and Terry Wimmer volunteered to assist the League in the form of an Independent Study. The research team will investigate the Committee system, seniority, the role of the Political Party in Congress, Rules on Debate and Proceedings, and Authorization and Appropriation procedures. It will also include research to be done in Washington and the floor of the House and Senate. The results of the study will be released sometime in May at a League Luncheon to be held in Hershey.
Contribution Aids Youth Center [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
Contribution Aids Youth Center A $100 contribution to the Community Youth Center has been made by the Human Services Club at the Capitol Campus. Richard Bush, club president, said the contribution was made to help defray heating costs at the center, located adjacent to St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church. The club currently is conducting a tutoring program for Middletown and Royalton children four nights a week at the center. The tutoring program, now in its third year, is being held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. It covers a wide range of secondary and elementary subjects. The Community Youth Center, which was established earlier this year, also is in use Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights with the establishment of the Apocalypse Coffee House. Ann Ferrino, a Capitol Campus senior, is director of the coffee house. Chartered as a student organization at the campus earlier this term, the Human Services Club is designed "to provide a means of ...
MISS CUMBERLAND VALLEY PAGEANT [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
MISS CUMBERLAND VALLEY PAGEANT Applications are being accepted for the Miss Cumberland Valley Pageant, sponsored by the Exchange Club of Carlisle. Auditions to select semi-finalists will be held on Saturday, February 6, 1971, at the Elks Lodge in Carlisle. The pageant, to be held March 20th, is authorized by the Pennsylvania Scholarship Pageant and the Miss America Pageant, and its winner will compete for the title of "Miss Pennsylvania" at Hershey next June. Judging in the pageant finals will involve talent, beauty, and poise, and will call for appearance in both gown and swimsuit. At the February 6th auditions, however, street dress and a talent performance are the only requirements. The franchised area for the pageant comprises Adams, Cumberland, and Franklin counties. But, since there is no pageant including Dauphin County, students at ihe Capitol Campus may enter the Carlisle contest, regardless of place of home residence. A few copies of the rules and entry blanks are ...
Book Exchange Open [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
Book Exchange Open by Skip Lewis Come in the front doors of the Ad Building, procede down the West wing to Room 104, and you will see in action students performing a service for their fellow students. The new service is the Book Exchange. Unlike other well meant ideas that never progress further than someone's cranium, the Book Exchange has actually materialized under the self-determination of Judy Jennings. With the help of volunteers, Jay Jay trys to accommodate all the students by keeping the Exchange open 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th periods. It may close for awhile during the middle of the term but the Book Exchange will be open in plenty of time to be useful at the end of the term. Here's how the Book Exchange works: Say you have a book that is collecting dust and you would like to turn it into ready cash. Fine. You go to the Book Exchange and fill out an envelope with pertinent data about the book and yourself, including the price at which you want to sell the book. This in...
HIGH [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
HIGH A SENSITIVITY ENCOUNTER GROUP by Tom Hagan On Wednesday, January twentieth, I was fortunate in being a participant in one of Dr. Ed Racey's sensitivity experiences. I suppose everyone who has been involved in one of these has left with his own impression. Here, then, is one of those personal impressions. Since this was my first time, I was more curious about it than anything else. We began this session by standing shoeless in a circle. Following the instructions of Dr. Racey, the group of about twenty-five closed our eyes for the initial stages of various "exercises". I began to become more aware of the constant movement of each part of me. Dr. Racey suggested that perhaps we become too intent on perceiving the world with our eyes. By closing them, I was able to feel myself separated from everyone and then as I finally opened them, I felt (as well as saw) everything that surrounded me. We had opened our eyes as if we were "seeing for the first time." I was amazed that...
Lc Bonheur [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
Lc Bonheur On February 1, Monday, the Cultural Film Series presents the movie, "Le Bonheur". The movie is a poetic and sensuous hymn of the happy life of a man in love with two women. Director Agnes Varda portrays personal happiness as a force both self-gratifying and pathetically destructive.
Jacob New Librarian [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
Jacob New Librarian Dr. Emerson D. Jacob, former librarian at Rutgers, University, at Newark, N.J., has been appointed librarian at The Pennsylvania State University's Capitol Campus here. His appointment was announced by Dr. Richard H. Heindel, dean of faculty at the campus. Dr. Emerson D. Jacob-New librarian. A graduate of Mount Union College, Dr. Jacob received his B.S.L.S. degree in library science from Western Reserve University Library School. He received his M.A. degree in history from Columbia University and his Ph.D., also in history, from Western Reserve University. Dr. Jacob served as acquisitions librarian at Michigan State University for 10 years before becoming librarian at Baldwin Wallace College in Berea, Ohio. He then served as librarian at California State Polytechnic College and the State University of New York at Fredonia before joining Rutgers in 1968. While at Rutgers, he organized the acquisitions program to support the doctoral program in business adm...
HmUMUML FOUL SH00TIN6 CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
HmUMUML FOUL SH00TIN6 CONTEST TOTAL PLACE NAME MADE 1st Randy Kresge 21 2nd Gene Clews 20 3rd Ernie Brownstein 19 4th Victor Myloradowycz 19 5th Tim Rumsey 17 6th Paul Greenberg 17 7th Don Hossler 15-17 8th Harold Voglesong 15-15 9th Iggy LoBlanco 15-14 10th Jeff Seaton 15-13-X 11th Ed Rafble 15-13-0 12th Marc Joseph 15-12 ENTRY PLACE TEAM POINTS POINTS TOTAL Raiders 25 100 125 Movement 25 75 100 Movement 0 50 50 Movement 0 25 25 Individual 0 0 0 Movement 0 0 0 DMZ 25 0 25 Studs 25 0 25 DMZ 0 0 0 DMZ 0 0 0 Studs 0 0 0 Studs 0 0 0 Other Entries: Bob Hartman Studs-7, Dennis Silbaugh DMZ-11 Rich White Studs-11, Rich Willis Studs-12, John Marmarich DMZ-7, Bob Fritz Syndicate-14, Jim Shabelski Studs-12, Don Lewis Trojans-7, Mark Levin Movement-10, Danny Trozzi Gino Giants-10, Walt Miller Gino Giants-10, Bill Glavin Gino Giants-9, Joe Rice DMZ-13, Jim Kihm DMZ-4, Allan Hooper DMZ-9, Glen Gorney DMZ-11, Ed Gregori DMZ-1 3, Dick Risinger Raiders-8, Gene Fazzie Trojans-10, John Merge...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
(Continued from Page 1 ) After Father Linden's speech, the audience began to ask questions. A great deal of misunderstanding occured between the stage and the audience. Father Linden's answers reflected a high emotional involvement. Judging from the audience reaction, Father Linden's answers were unsatisfactory, dealing more in the philosophical implications of the case, than in the actual facts. At this point, Tom Minnicker, from the Harrisburg Counsel, came out and spoke on behalf of the three Baltimore priests. "All will enter pleas of NOT GUILTY", Minnicker said. He confirmed that the government cannot prove the conspiracy. He reiterated that there was no such plot, and that these "men are Not Guilty." After Minnicker's speech, the audience became enthusiastic. Many signed for the Vigil and Rally, and many contributed money. Times for the Vigil will be 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Thursday and 10:00 a.m. to noon on Friday. On Thursday night, a film on Dan Berrigan will be show...
XGI Conference [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 27 January 1971
XGI Conference by Mauro Notaro The XGI Fraternity had the privilege of hosting a one-day conference at the Pennsylvania State University (Capitol Campus), which was held Saturday, January 16,1971. Participants in the conference were representatives from twenty colleges in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The featured speaker was Robert D. Ford, staff assistant on the Governor's Council for Human Services. Ford, a 1970 Capitol Campus graduate, has been instramental in the development of the Program to Advance Veteran's Education-PAVE. Topics of discussion ranged from: PAVE and Vet's counseling programs, to communications between college and organization methods. There will be another conference on April 3, 1971, which will also be hosted by the Capitol Campus XGI Fraternity.