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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983
Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

ay, A pril 26,1983 lines vou7N °-7 Executive Editor Jerry Trently, Jr Managing Editor Monica Auld Business Manager Charles R. CobournHI Advertising Design Editor Photography Editor Events Editor Sports Editor Sales Representatives George P. Yanoshik, Jr Joseph Hart Michele S. Haley Rob Rejmaniak Kevin Gulrich Paul Saba tine Betsy sheehan Jo Griffiths AlLee Layout Assistants Advisor STAFF MEMBERS Pat Carthy Mark Clauser Thomas Dekle Alice Duncan Judith Faruquee ^-Verna Fountain Joseph Guberman Kim Guzzi James P. Kushlan Marsha L. Larsen Michael Markle Linda McCarty Karen Muro Barbara Myers LisaNoro The CAPTIOL TIMES welcomes letters from readers. Letters intended tor publication must. idlcai the writer's college affiliation, If any. All letters MUST be signed by the writer. Unsigned letters cannot be printed. A writer's name may be withheld upon request. Letters should be typewritten and double spaced; and, any material that Is libelous or does not c...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Recent U.Park elections in controversy By Jerry Trently Student Government election turnout has increased b y over 100% from last year's election, and still we only have 20.6% of our population voting. But before I paint a dismal scenario about apathy and the like, I'd like to write about a student body that has been plagued by election problems that make ours look tame. The trunk of the massive tree we call Penn State University has been cut apart in recent years, from problems stemming not only from apathy, but with some down-to-earth movements that have cracked the credibility of the University Park Student Government. According to a report in the Daily Collegian, the 1981 elections were marked with controversy after a gerbil ran for the office of president. "Wimpy," the gerbil, ran with running mate Fred Schiller, a ninth term business administration major. Wimpy and Schiller were backed by Froth, the now defunct humor magazine at State College, and the Monty Python So...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Campus Commentary [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Campus Commentary - How do you feel about the upcoming change to a Compiled by Monica Auld semester schedule? photos by Joe Hart "I'm not sure how I'm going to like it, but it seems to me like no one here knows what is going on." Debbie Bell Business "I don't like it. The way it's set up now, I get one day off every week. I need that day to catch up with my work." Samuel Black Business "I'm concerned right now about losing credits, I prefer the semester schedule though since my first school, HACC, had this timeframe." Amy Miller Bus. Admin. "I don't know yet since I only ever had term schedules before. I went to the Wilkes-Barre Penn State campus, so this will be a big change for me." Kim Klemash, junior Business "I'm not looking forward to it. I find I have enough work to do with three classes as it is now." Phil Hencherick Mechanical Engineering "I don't like it at all... there'll be too many classes. Where I went before they had semesters and it drags out too mu...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983
Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Oddo and Barrett win Presidential [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Oddo and Barrett win Presidential By Jerry Trently Slightly over 20% of campus students voted in Student Government elections last Monday and Tuesday. Public Policy major, Joe Oddo, and Business major, Chris Barrett won the two top positions. Oddo beat out opponents Tom Dekle and Glenn Buchfeller by capturing 202 of the 443 votes cast for the presidency. Dekle "It certainly is encouraging to see more students going out to vote." Tom Halley Outgoing SGA President and Buchfeller had 132 and 119 votes, respectively. Oddo said after the election results were released that he was anxious to "get senators motivated and working." Barrett defeated opponent Rob Rejmaniak, a Humanities major, by nearly a two to one margin tallying 296 votes to Rejmaniak's 147. Barrett said that he sees one of the top priorities for the new administration to be the formation of a student sounding board to listen to student input about upcoming issues like the semester change and grading change. Barrett...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Heights residents host roaches [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Heights residents host roaches By Joseph Guberman The occupancy limit for Meade Heights is four students per unit, but these days there are a number of uninvited guests inside the university apartments: Bugs! These menacing insects range in variety from spiders to roaches, and in size from squishable to stampers. They live in all the campus apartments, making their way across floors and up walls, frightening . innocent students along the way. Pests seek refuge based on eithedhe construction of the dwelling,, or the lack of cleanliness inside. In the case of Meade Heights, the bugs are there for both reasons. One story floating around campus is when Meade Heights was originally built as Air Force quarters, the government had a similar project underway in Florida. The same number of units were built, and for the same purpose, to house Air Force families. Only somehow the plans were mixed up. Instead of building summer homes in Florida and winter homes in Pennsylvania, the cont...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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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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Garden harvests community spirit [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Garden harvests community spirit By Alice Duncan It's Spring time and the crops are in. Wrisberg Hall has its own "back forty" in room 116; forty pounds of topsoil in a one foot by four foot by four inch plastic container, or 1/10,000 of an acre. The 18 rows of veggies are a joint effort of roommates Dan McCoy and Tom Farrell, evolving out of a joking remark Mc-Coy made about turning a fleamarket fluorescent light fixture into a planter. McCoy, a mechanical design student, brings five years of experience working on a farm to the project. Farrell is a city boy who unabashedly admits that "When I was a little kid I had a "We haven't established the fee yet but I think we'll eat half of his crops." Tom Farrell Marketing Major strawberry patch, b u t it never grew." Farrell feels that his major in Marketing has been a help in the enterprise, "It lent itself to sharecropping." Approximately eight inches of their plot has been leased to Roger Lloyd, another Wrisberg resident. ...

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Student parents learn to manage dual roles [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Student parents learn to manage dual roles By Linda McCarty Sally ate four worms for "breakfast," Tommy ran over Frankie with his big wheel, because Frankie hid his sneakers. Now, Sally has a stomach-ache, Frankie needs needs stitches, and mom has a test tomorrow. Mom is a student-parent. Along with the typical work-load of tests, papers, and assignments, many college students find difficult to keep up with, the student-parent also faces the joys of parenthood. Everyday joys include changing diapers, Cub Scouts, chicken pox, and temper-tantrums. Such things cannot be dealt with by "pulling an all-nighter" or "cramming at a more convienent time." Mothers-who-go-to school and mothers-who-work face a similiar problem, namely a dualrole forcing them to compromise time with their children. But this problem differs for the studentmother. If mom has to work for financial reasons, so her children must cope. It's okay. But does a student mother have to go to school? "We face a problem ...

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

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Video games a part of campus life [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Video games a part of campus life By Judi Faruquee When you walk into the game room at Capitol Campus, the rich blue-green table stands as forlorn as the one in VanGogh's Night Cafe. Van Gogh 'wanted to paint a place where one could go mad, commit, a crime or ruin one's self.' Some opponents of arcade games would believe that entering this room could be responsible for all those dire possibilities. Whether viewed as friends or foes, they stand lined up on the perimeter of one end of the game room and for the present are the five best reasons for the quarter's existahce. Ms. Pac-Man and her friends play host to a steady stream of company every day. The crowd increases during lunch time and in between classes. One student said "Ms. Pac-Man is the most exciting woman I ever met." For those who may have been away from planet Earth, Ms. Pac-Man is the friendl y yellow charmer with a sassy bow on her head who ducks in and out of mazes to kee...

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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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Campus car to compete in "Baja" [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Campus car to compete in "Baja" By Lisa Noro Seven enterprising engineering students are really getting into their "engine-ering." They are building a car and will race it in a major compeition. Every year senior mechanical engineering students are required to take a project design course which involves the creation of a major project. Most sudents propose an idea which must be approved by the instructor. In this case, engineering professor, Don Miller had the idea then interested the students. "These seven students aren't just working for a grade with this project," Miller says, "but to compete in the 1983 Mini Baja East." Miller explained that the "baja" was originally a race in the deserts of the West coast on supposed all-terrain" vehicles. "The vehicles used weren't really a.t.v.'s since they just rode on the desert sands," stated Miler. "Our's is truly an all-terrain vehicle, since it has to ride on mud, grass and even water." The 1983 Mini Baja East consists of a two-...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Car maintenance concern for commuters [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Car maintenance concern for commuters By Marsha Larsen Cars are crucial to Capitol Campus commuters - cars that run, that is. When they don't we who can't distinguish a lug wrench from a tongue depressor need a car doctor. But how do you find one that's not a quack? Irma Austin is business manager of Working Woman magazine, the co-sponsor with Ford Motor Company of a consumer panel geared for women auto owners. Ms. Austin says the best way to locate a competent, reputable mechanic is word-of-mouth. You just can't beat- a personal recommenda tion, so ask people - especially those with a car like yours - where they get good service. Ms. Austin reports that dealerships are a good bet. They rely now more than ever on their service departments for income, since new car sales are down. Dealerships have upgraded servce because they want to develop and keep a strong clientele. It's important, Austin says, to test out a mechanic first with routine maintenance and minor repair work....

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