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NDR looks to branch campus for equipment [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

NDR looks to branch campus for equipment "RADIO," continued from pg. 1 of your campus in which he said he was going to write a proposal to me in terras of equipment that was needed by Capitol Campus. But, to date I don't have such a list." Dr. John Patterson, Humanities Division Head, questions Capitol's readiness to do a radio station. "I'm really eager for us to have a station," Patterson says, "but at the moment we need to strengthen our program and get more students involved who would be able to keep it on the air consistently." Dr. Patterson's philosophy for the media program's success is teamwork. "If we're really going to come out with something good, we've got to work together so everybody knows what everybody else is doing," says Patterson. He feels that for Capitol Campus to have a good station, the Humanities Department is going to have a good program to support it. Dr. Robert Brubaker, Department Head of Speech Communications at University Park Photos by Mart...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Campus Homecoming premiers next month [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Campus Homecoming premiers next month By Jo Griffiths On May 7, some Capitol Campus professors may run into a few of their former students. That's the day the first Capitol Campus Homecoming will be held, according to the campus Alumni Board. The proposal became a reality when alumni responded favorably to a mail inquiry seeking support for the homecoming idea, said Sue Snell-Austin, Homecoming chairman, in a re cent article about the event. The number of alumni volunteering to support the activity was encouraging enough for her to give it a try, she said. A recent check with the Campus Relations Office has things still very much in the planning stage, but there is a tentative schedule. Things will kick off around noon with a doubleheader baseball game between Capitol Campus and Wilmington College. Other activities planned for the day will include strolling musicians, mini-seminars on topics like solar energy and antiques, and round-table discussion between professors an...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

ENTERTAINMENT EXTRAVAGANZA 'S3 8PONSOREDBYCAPITOL Coming to Capitol Campus Auditorium May 14,1983 Showtime is 8 p.m. featuring COMPETITORS IN THE MISS PENNSYLVANIA PAGEANT NEXT MONTH IN ALTOONA, PA ¦¦Crvwnifa. GiAUnum, dim CTcamo - wAevyl oBevavn, ^Ktii J^iamon r<Uiey. - Si/ten ^Awli, ^tm 'flumbtUtMut"ta/bu. and zlwnctvA V><metice JUmmedu 9P Wo Order your tickets TODAY I Call Co-Directors: J George Yanoshik, 9484)105 I I Kim Guzzi, 948-0150 j l or stop by J ! CAPITOL TIMES Office, W-129 Student Affairs Office, W-104 » ! Plus Much More! .MeLd^UuJaUaclfam eamfm!// ___ ___ _ rwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww -w-ww-w-ww-w-w-wwwwwwww-wwwwwwwwwwwwww j *^^Lj ; TIMES_^ ^^ ^ : *_ ^ -i tC y\ : ffl5lfe ,^^ ^wk ^^<5^ \ I ^ ^\ \ ^-^^ Vft^ <P^ \ > ^ S^ <y\, $ ° ^e \e^ \ \ sS$% +\£^c4$*' ^r^~ K \$%& JPC ^ Jmt. "*S. \o* ^^1 V ¦flwPl'X^rT'wH ; | j \ * • (V ^^ A\ I , 1 l^^^sT^L A t V Ti ff E V*' I f IOKM^^ / ; ^ —*--' ;' , l . ...

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Workshop to encourage sharing [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Workshop to encourage sharing By Lisa Noro Love and marriage, as the saying goes, go together like a horse and carriage. But, when combined with outside forces such as school, work and kids, the carriage might resemble a packmule stuck in the mud. Marriage or any relationship, can be hard to maintain when either partner has to much else on his/her mind. Therefore, the Counseling Center plans to provide the "oasis where students and, their partners (in any relationship) can come together to talk about themselves," states Ed Beck, Counselor and coordinator of this workshop, to be held May 4,11,18 and 25 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. Location of the workshops will be announced to registrants prior to the first scheduled date. "I'd like to see sharing of feelings. It's nice to know you're not alone and can look toward others for support." Ed Beck Counselor According to Beck, the workshops will concentrate on those issues relevant to every person in the group. "I'd like to see sharing...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

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Smith outlines semester change [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Smith outlines semester change By Joseph Hart Students at Capitdl Campus next fall will see a birthing which took 17 years before it came to term, or should I say semester. The earl y semester calendar which will start in the fall of 1983 is going to change the daily pattern of both students and faculty while making life easier for the administration. Photo by Joe Hart In a discussion sponsored by the Resident Assistants, Dr. Duane Smith, Assistant Provost and Dean, fielded student questions about the upcoming change from terms to semesters. For juniors the transition next fall could be good or bad depending on what classes they took in the '82-'83 school year. If a required class was failed or not taken through some oversight, the student might have to stay an extra year to make up the missed course(s). With over 100 new courses being added to the catalogue the various departments here at Capitol are making changes in both the required classes and prerequisites for in...

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Extravaganza introduces pageant hopefuls [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Extravaganza introduces pageant hopefuls On Saturday evening, May 14, the Capitol Times will sponsor "Entertainment Extravaganza '83" in the school auditorium ; Among the featured in the program will be three young women who will vie for the title of Miss Pennsylvania in June, a dance trio from Northeastern PA, some local talent, and talent from right here at Capitol Campus. The event will kick off the "Rites of Spring" week on campus. Junior George Yanoshik, a free-lance public relations consultant for Miss America Pageant preliminaries; and senior Kim Guzzi, Capitolite editor, are serving as codirectors for the show. "There She is... Miss America." This song has not been sung to a young woman from Pennsylvania since 1954 when Evelyn Ay (Sempier) from Ephrata, won the title of Miss America in Atlantic City, N.J. This does not stop Pennsylvania women from continuing to compete for this prized title and the educational scholarships available. Scholarships are the driving fo...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

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Students honored for Capitol efforts [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Students honored for Capitol efforts By Lisa Noro Two outstanding Capitol Cam-Eus students have been honored y being named memorial fund recipients. MaryBeth Powell, a senior accounting major, is the happy recipient of the Dr. John R. Nichol's Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $500. This award is given by the Women's Faculty Club in memory of Dr. John R. Nichols, Professor of Social Sciences and Psychology, who died on June 10, 1982. Selection was based on academic achievement, financial need and extra-curricular activities. Eligible students had to be full-time undergraduates, classified as provisional or degree seeking. Powell, of Allentown, currently residing in Meade Heights, said upon learning of her award, "I'd really like to thank my parents just because of the way they raised me. I couldn't have won this award without them." ¦¦¦¦¦¦ Powell maintains a 3.59 GFA and is involved in the Accounting Club , Student Government, the Cross Country Team and the Cheerleading ...

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Financial status no longer schools' concern [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Financial status no longer schools' concern By Jo Griffiths Capitol Campus is off the hook, and so are many other colleges and universities across the country. A little while ago, schools were gearing up administratively to comply with a federal law requiring that federal aid only be given to male students who had registered for the draft. Until a short while ago, schools were required to collect the verifications. Students had to submit copies of their selective service letters, or some other form of verification of compliance with the law, at the same time they applied for financial aid. Now, however, colleges are no longer responsible for collecting the notices and verifying compliance, which will greatly ease administrative burdens according to Capitol Campus Financial Aid Officer James Lane. "We've been exonerated," said Lane. "We're no longer under any legal obligation to deny our students financial aid. Only the federal government can do that now." Lane was quick to...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

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Health Fair attracts local talent [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Health Fair attracts local talent An effective blend of health and beauty garnished the halls of Capitol Campus when local organizations and businesses volunteered their time to educate students, faculty and others. Empire Beauty School, Rita Cosmetics offered beauty consultation while free tests to determine illnesses like diabetes, high blood pressure, glaucoma and anemia were conducted by Harrisburg Hospital, and the Polyclinin Medical Center. Photos by Joe Hart —^—^—

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choose to Societies open to engineers [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

choose to Societies open to engineers By Tom Dckle "As an engineering technology student you will find that engineering societies can help you in many ways," says Dr. William A. Welsh, department head of engineering at Capitol Campus. 'There is no better way for me to come into personal contact with other professionals in my field," says Larry Lash, alumnus of Capitol Campus who works for Tracey Engineers Inc. of Camp Hill, Pa. After talking with a dozen people in the engineering field—students, faculty, and professionals—it is evident that there are definite advantages to joining an engineering organization. Most agree that membership adds prestige to a resume. These organizations are also helpful in building contacts between engineers which can be helpful in finding a job. "In engineering it's a matter of finding where the jobs are," says Lash. "The conferences put me in contact with people in my field who are looking for employees." Many Of the organizations also offer pu...

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