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Letters Letters [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Candidate shortage plagues SGA elections [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

Candidate shortage plagues SGA elections By Jerry Trently Lack of student response has prompted Student Government President, Tom Halley, to extend the application deadline for prospective student government candidates. As of the original March 18 application deadline, 13 candidates had signed up for a screening meeting and only nine had turned in applications. SGA screens students before they are officially allowed to declare themselves candidates. When first contacted, Halley said the application deadline would be adhered to but later reversed his decision after talking to Screening Committee Chairman, Tom Steck. "He (Steck) told me there were a number of candidates interested who had signed up for screening meetings but had failed to turn their applications in, "Halley said. "I question the responsibility of people who can't meet deadlines," he said, "But we don't want to kill interest." Last Fall, only 286 of the campus' 2,000 plus student population voted in an elec...

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SGA Elections: A look at executive office candidates [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

SGA Elections: A look at executive office candidates SGA elections are April 11 and 12. Featuring of candidates here is based on signatures for screening meetings. Aplicants featured here are subject to a screening by an SGA committee before they are considered official candidates. Joe Oddo Presidential candidate Joe Oddo is a Public Policy major at Capitol Campus. He previously attended Penn state's McKeesport campus. Currently Odd J is vice-president of the International Affairs Association, an SGA senator, and a member of the Public Affairs Association on campus. Oddo's campaign platform was unavailable for publication as of press time. Glenn Buchfeller Presidential candidate Glenn Buchfeller is a Business Administration major from Parkland, PA. Prior to Capitol Campus he attended Penn State's Allentown Campus. At. Capitol, Buchfeller is currently an SGA senator for Business Administration, treasurer for Beta Chi, a member of the accounting club, the data processing m...

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Boxcars to blackboards: professor remini [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

Boxcars to blackboards: professor remini By Barbara Myers A pile of newspapers on the dirty floor of the box car stirs and sits up - it's a new day in Hobo America. To most, they are nameless tramps, skid row bums, vagrants - portraits of despair. But to Dr. James Rooney, Associate Professor of Sociology, these homeless men are more. They are portraits of survival - teachers of adventure. Dr. Rooney knows, he's a self-proclaimed hobo with years of experience hopping freights and living on skid row. As he talks of his experiences from his scholarly office, a dapper man with a trimmed, greying beard, one has difficulty imagining this tea-drinking professor in any other setting. But, as a native of Spokane, Washington, Dr. Rooney got bis first lesson in "hobo life" when he was 16 yeas old. "I wanted to get a job in town," he said, "but there weren't any available. When I heard on the radio that apple thinners were needed in Wenatchee, I went down to the farm labor office and si...

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minisces vagabond way of life [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

minisces vagabond way of life down the line that a freight train was leaving the local yards, so I grabbed my bag along with everyone else, and headed for the freight cars. I didn't know what to do, but I soon learned that the hissing of the steam going through the brake system means that the train leaves in 10 minutes." Dr. Rooney's first-hand experience was the basis for a dissertation he did as a senior at Gonzaga University in Spokane. "Most people just went to the library and did a glorified term paper," he said. "I didn't want to do that. I wanted to do a live study." By plotting out the life histories of these road men and recording the living patterns, Dr. Rooney was able to make classifications of skid row men. The "Fruit Tramp," he said, "is the one who follows the crops and works. He is the com mitted worker. The 'Hobo' is the one who works minimally and follows the circuit." People try to take a social type and assume homogeneity, he said, and "it's not quite t...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

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Study links suicide rates, fall in church attendance [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

Study links suicide rates, fall in church attendance By James Kushlan What sounds like part of a sermon is actually the conclusion of a study by a professor of sociology at University Park: More young adults are committing suicide because fewer of them attend church. Dr. Steven Stack claims a 300 percent suicide rate increase for ages 15-29 from 1954 to 1978 was linked with a simultaneously decline of institutionalized religion among the same age group. This decline was measured in terms of church attendance, using Gallup Opinion Poll results. While the rate of unemployment and military participation were also significant, Stack calls the fall in church attendance "the most important factor associated with rising suicide rates." Stack reached his conclusion by measuring the amount of "The fall in church attendance is the most important factor associated with rising suicide rates." Dr. Steven Stack Professor of Sociology variance in suicide attributable to each of three var...

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Wrong number gives phony connections [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

Wrong number gives phony connections By Monica Auld Never has the number 8 been so important to students here at Capitol Campus. During the recent snowstorm, many students attempted to call our weather "hotline" to see if classes were cancelled at 944-(or is it 948?)6000. Many of those students found themselves talking with Jere Yingst or Jim Capp. Who, you say? That's what we said too. The telephone number 944-6000 belongs to the Forth Dimension, a computer-video games distributor in the local area. Whenever Mother Nature sees fit to dump that white stuff on us, Yingst gets frustrated because students assume that all our campus phone numbers begin with 944. "During that blizzard in February, we received about 75 calls from students asking about cancelled classes at Capitol Campus. After awhile, I called the school campus relations office to find out what all the fuss was about." Yingst is in a position where he cannot change his phone number because he risks losing busine...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

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Study effectively with proper training [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

Study effectively with proper training Do you have trouble finding time to study? Are your class notes a total disaster? Can you remember today what was said in yesterday's lecture? Do you get an anxiety attack every time you take an exam? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need S.E.T. S.E.T. is the abbreviation for Study Effectiveness Training. It's offered twice a school year at the Counseling Center here. This school years first workshop sessions, held throughout October, were conducted by the Coordinator of Counseling Services, Dr. Marian Krieger and Center Counselor, Edward Beck. Study Effectiveness Training first began at Capitol Campus in 1976 "to help students cope with the transition from semesters to terms," says Krieger. At that time the workshops were only offered once a school year, but due to positive response S.E.T. sessions have been expanded to twice a school year. Krieger and Beck try to help as many students as they can during the two S.E.T...

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In Student Center "ChapterTwo"unfolds tonight [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

In Student Center "ChapterTwo"unfolds tonight By Monica Auld It's no secret tht Neil Simon is one of the greatest comic playwrights of all time. One of his best works, "Chapter Two," will be presented tonight in the Student Center, at 8:00 pm, by the Alpha Omega Players. The presentation is free and open to the public. This...comedy is especially dear since it closely resembles Simon's own life. This Simon comedy is especially dear since it closely resembles Simon's own life. When his wife, Joan, died, he married actress Marsha Mason soon after. It is on this experience that he based "Chapter Two." The sweet widower, George Schneider, portrayed by Judd Hirsh (Alex, of "Taxi" fame) in the opening show on October 7, 1977, will be seen tonight through the acting talents of H. Stuart Rutter, a graduate of the University of Oklahoma. A member of the Alpha Omega Players, Stuart is an experienc ed performer, whose credits include "Barefoot in the Park," "Romeo and Juliet," and ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

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Farmer victim of circumstances [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

Farmer victim of circumstances By Pat earthy No Frances Farmer is not the "Fanny Farmer" of candy fame. She was "a star" of film and theatre in the late 1930's and 40's. The film "Frances" is the biographical sketch of the destruction of a human spirit by an ambitious, vindictive, mother and the psychiatric institutions of the time. The late show premier audience seemed unprepared for the events that unfolded with each new scene, as an occasional "gasp" or "oh no" broke the silence of the theatre. Jessica Lange portrayed Frances as a beautiful, defiant, vibrant person. This preinstitutional Frances rages her way through scenes set, on film location, a jail scene after her arrest, and through a court hearing. The impact of Lange's performance is riveting, awesome yet, the character of Frances gains sympathy from the audience. Frances is a misunderstood frightened woman, her punishment far DQDDDDDDDDDDqDODDDC ~ | The T~ Reel 1 World j QDDDDDDDODDaDnDDDDD outweighs the deed...

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©IMS ° ooggftgi) [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 29 March 1983

©IMS ° ooggftgi) By Michael Markle TFto iw(M? [Pupate?- TsffteQtS BtitfM gfeG On his latest album "The Ever Popular Tortured Artist Effect," Todd Rundgren, the music industry's resident class clown, makes it known that there's nothing wrong with being an optimist. The nine upbeat songs on the new album are alive with Rundgren's visionary views about how the world should be. There's no reason why this album shouldn't be all over the .tqp-40 radio dial- it would be a Fwelcome relief from average Eessimistic "don't break my eart"- songs that dominate the pop-radio airwaves. Rundgren is definitely one of the rock world's rriost productive artists- the public can usually look forward to a new Rundgren album every six months or so. In addition to his solo efforts, he also moonlights as a member of Utopia, and has produced albums by Various bands (most noticeably, the Psychedelic Fur's "Love My Way"E.P.). The "Tortured Artist Effect" was recorded in Rundgren's own state-of-the-...

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