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AN EVENING WITH THE V.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1971
AN EVENING WITH THE V.P. by Skip Lewis Chandler Wolf, Vice President of the SGA, is a man of direct words and a very stable emotional pattern. One of his virtures is patience and another is the understanding of reality. With two such qualities, Chandler is able to speak softly and wait. I was recently given an interview with the Vice President at which time we discussed three major topics: The Terry Wimmer accusations, the SGA, and Capitol Campus as a whole. In asking Chandler of his thoughts on the accusations prompted by former Senator Terry Wimmer, I was met with deep concern for the understanding of this situation by his fellow students. "Terry Wimmer's idea of a black threat now..lie's playing a game with the students." He knows "white people get uptight" over the concept of a black threat, and fear has put more than one man into a political seat to which he was aspiring. Besides the fact that it is always good to have your name in print. Chandler hopes the students r...
AROUND THE CAMPUS. . . [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1971
AROUND THE CAMPUS. . . EVALUATION Amy Neuman, SGA Senior Senator-At-Large, has been appointed to the joint student-faculty committee to develop a comprehensive Teacher Evaluation form. Word has come from Dean Heindel's office that such a form will be given considerable wieght in determining promotions and retention decisions. Neil Madonick, SGA senator-Engineering, conducted a strictly student-run teacher evaluation for the winter term, 1970. The results of this evaluation are now available to any student in the SGA office. Any student interested in assisting in this project, please contact Amy Neuman at 944-5662, or the SGA office W-104.
POETRY READING [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1971
POETRY READING The Humanities Program Group and the Black Student Union will co-sponsor a collaborative poetry reading program entitled "Walk Awhile in My Shoes" at 8:30 p.m. February 16, in the auditorium. The program will feature Oliver LaGrone, Capitol Campus Professor, and Mrs. Naomi Long Madgett, of the English Department of Eastern Michigan University.
FACULTY COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1971
FACULTY COUNCIL Jim Lewis is the new student representative to the faculty council. He replaces Len Thompson who resigned due to scheduling conflicts. Jim will attend the weekly faculty council meeting and represent the students interests at the meetings. The faculty council is the body which represents the entire faculty in making policy decisions. It is analagous to the SGA in the University structure.
POTPOURRI [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1971
POTPOURRI by Missy Rotondaro Paul Snyder Fred Gainer A medley, miscellany, or anthology. Hair is coming to State Park, March 13, $3.50 a ticket. W.C. Fields movie, David Copperfield, Thursday, February 18, 8:00 p.m., HACC, no admission. Can anyone think of a new name for the CAPITOLIST? Someone suggested THE LARYNX CAVITY. Reason: Because there is so little communication on campus. We have a void and need more communication. The Talent Show's coming February 15th. "Really Already?" Game time: Mr. Paul is a ? "Why doesn't Ro Scanlon print more of these crazy things?" Question? What happened to the Photography Club? Call 944-7728. Where is the Head Shop going? Is it coming to a head? Call 944-7728. Does Lenny B.S.? Why is there so much "stage fright" on Capitol Campus? Artie, Ginger and Kathy all got engaged. What does crass mean? Call 944-5662. Have you tried Spanada? Does drink make you think? Who's George Hardy's star pupil? Is it true he's replaced the OLD GURU? Terry and ...
ELECTIONS FEBRUARY 16 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1971
ELECTIONS FEBRUARY 16 Steve Wesley has resigned his SGA seat as Junior Business Senator to run for the office of SGA Treasurer in the February 16 elections. Wesley is now fulfilling the Treasurer's duties, while awaiting the results of the elections. In accord with his resignation, Len Thompson, SGA Social Science Senator, has been appointed to Wesley's former post of student representative to the Student Affairs Committee.
Analysis: "The Turned On Crisis" [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1971
Analysis: "The Turned On Crisis" by Tom Hagan Last week, the first two programs in the eight-part series of "The Turned On Crisis" were broadcasted on WITF-TV, channel 33 in Hershey. The opening program, entitled "Because That's My Way," consisted of excerpts from a sixteen-hour encounter session, conducted by the well-known psychologist, Carl Rogers. It was a good program, from the standpoint of learning what an encounter session is really like. Besides Carl Rogers, there were ten members of the group from highly different backgrounds. As the hour progressed, one was able to feel the relaxing of defenses on the part of each participant. The members were able, to some degree, to show and share their real selves with the rest of the group. Hostilities and resentments, as well as pleasantness and friendship were displayed. Had it been a program that was intended soley for an insight into the workings of an encounter session, it would have been fine. However, the purpose of the...
LIFE IN THE HEIGHTS: [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1971
LIFE IN THE HEIGHTS: by Ann Ferrino Man's best friend became my worst enemy tonight for the two-hundredth time. I've been battling the flu all week. I've hud everything from headache to athlete's foot. Today I woke up feeling finally, rid of the "bug". After coming back from missing Mass (it was changed from Sunday to Saturday because it was Carnival Day at the Church), I encountered a Super Excederin headache, for which we had no Excederin. Later, I found myself frequently visiting the lavoratory, praying my ailment would pass. At 1:45 (exhausted) I finally got to bed only to experience what seemed to be a canoe ride in the Atlantic Ocean. I arose, went to the four closets, where the Pepto-Bismal might be, searched high and low, questioned one of my roommates. I discovered that the only bottle of Pepto-Bismal was given to one master of one dog, because the dog wasn't feeling too well. Oh, by the way, I'm writing this article so I'll forget about the stomach...or the dog...I...
^Sf=>Of?TZS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1971
^Sf=>Of?TZS TEAM STANDINGS W L Last Place 11 1 The Hermies 9 3 Dr. Shock 9 3 The Studs 8 4 The Underdogs 8 4 The Sweethearts 6 6 The Team 5 7 DMZ 5 7 The Handicaps 4 8 Team 2 4 8 The Wrecs 3 9 Gino Giants 0 12 FEBRUARYS, 1971: Lanes 1 and 2, The Underdogs vs Gino Giants; Lanes 3 and 4, The Sweethearts vs DMZ; Lanes 5 and 6, Last Place vs Team 2; Lanes 7 and 8, The Studs vs The Hermies; Lanes 9 and 10, The Handicaps vs Dr. Shock; and Lanes 11 and 12, The Wrecs vs The Team. WOMEN: High Game—Connie Egenrieder, 179; High Triple-Connie Egennoder, 458; and High Average —Connie Egenrieder, 129. MEN: High Game-Doug Courier, 226; High Triple-Bill Hickman, 582; and High Average-Bill Hickman, 183. TEAM: High Game-Last Place, 717; High Triple-Last Place, 1951; and High Average-Last Place, 650.
Menial Health careers [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1971
Menial Health careers Selecting a career field often isn't easy. Deciding to devote one's life to aiding the mentally ill involves even more serious thought and soul searching. But several Capitol Campus students have made this decision-thanks, in part, to a work-study program in mental health being conducted in the Harrisburg area. Thirteen students are enrolled in the project organized through the Mental Health and Mental Retardation Program of Dauphin, Cumberland and Perry Counties. Several students indicated that the experience has led them to.decide on a career in mental health. In fact, a 1970 Capitol Campus graduate, who participated in a pilot project last year, now serves as coordinator for the program. To aid students in their career choice, field work is used at Capitol Campus, wherever possible, to supplement formal course. By taking advantage of the resources of the Harrisburg area as an urban complex and the seat of state government, it has been possible to pro...
BASEBALL TEAM [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1971
BASEBALL TEAM A group of Capitol Campus students have expressed interest in a varsity baseball team. Anyone who is interested, please contact Steve Rosenzweig (Meade Heights) at 944-4892, or Len Onopa (Church Hall) at 944-3051. We must have a certain number of interested players to present our proposal to the school.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1971
Concern, Inc. Consumer Guide ECO—TIPS What you choose at the store reflects your concern for the quality of our environment. Phosphate Detergents The increasing quantity of phosphorous entering our waterways stimulates excess algae growth. When large amounts of algae decay, oxygen necessary for acquatic life is depleted. Pollution results. In a study by the Federal Water Quality Administration, WISK, TREND and DIAPER PURE had substantially the lowest phosphate content out of 23 major presoaks, laundry and automatic dishwater detergents. So: Use WISK, TREND, or DIAPER PURE for laundry, or Use Soap powder and Washing Soda. Use much less dishwasher detergent. Write detergent companies to print analysis of contents on boxes and to eliminate phosphates. Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Containers The Bureau of Solid Waste Management Director, Mr. Richard Vaughan, says "When packaging containers manufactured of PVC are burned, corrosive gases are formed capable of severely damaging air cleaning...