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Local spots provide diverse night life [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Local spots provide diverse night life By Marsha Larsen and George Yanoshik When a size 16 course load strains the seams of your size 10 term, blow off a few pounds at the night spots in the Harrisburg area. Contrary to popular belief, nightlife does exist in the here, and following are some styles to choose from. TRIED-AND-TRUE: As the term implies, these clubs have survived fads, trends, and tests of time. Heavily advertised, their names immediately pop up, or should pop up, when someone suggests, "Let's go out." Cahoots — Wicker chairs and dim lighting set the mood for an evening of laid back dancing or listening pleasure. Entertainment is booked for several weeks at a time offering a unique blend of oldies, Top-40, disco, etc. Bookings there allow you to return over and over again when you find a band you like. Enjoyable for all ages. Marriott Hotel, Harrisburg. Metros — This cavernous retreat for the trendy crowd has recently re-opened after being closed several weeks f...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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"Flashdance" is "Fame" flashback [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

"Flashdance" is "Fame" flashback By Monica Auld The latest dance flick had all the potential to paint an artistic picture of a dancer's life, but in its effort to show how difficult a dancer's life can be, Flashdance only convinced its audience that the only way to succeed in the dance world is to pay your dues by performing risque dancing. Set in Pittsburgh, Flashdance is remarkably predictable. Alex (short for Alexandra), a poor, would-be Fonteyn, is a steel welder by day. By night, Jennifer Beals, who plays Alex, transforms herself into an exotic dancer at Mawby's, a sleazy steel-mill district bar. Alex's boss, Nick, portrayed by Michael Noiri, sees her dance one night and is immediately taken with her. Their relationship follows the typical picture: boy likes girl, he pursues her until she gives in, they have dinner, go back to her apartment, sleep together, fight, then make up and the beat goes on... The ultimate conflict comes wh...

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§[]§E ° 0DS§fl®DD [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

§[]§E ° 0DS§fl®DD By Michael Markle DOQODgjD® Let us praise the Romones. In a time when countless bands compromise their artistic integrity to conform to the latest musical trends, the four bad boys from Forest Hills remain true to their punk roots. Their raw post-punk visions of the world consequently stand out in these days of streamlined synthpop new wave bands. The Ramone's latest LP ''Subterranean Jungle" reverts back to their original basic musical format- three minutes of primal; rock 'n' roll played in one tempo (accelerated). The twelve tunes on the new album are reminiscent of their critically acclaimed earlier work (Leave Home, Road to Ruin). The chainsaw guitars of Johnny and Dee Dee Ramone regain the cutting edge that was noticeably absent on the Ramone's two previous albums with the help of co-producers Ritchie Cordell and Glen Kolotkin. Joey and Dee Dee Ramone handle most of the songwriting chores with the exception of cover versions of two old classics "L...

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

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Softball schedule outlined [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Softball schedule outlined Spring Intramural Softball got underway for one week before they had to cancel their first game for snow. The fifteen team league was off to a smooth start with all teams getting at least one game played before the spring snow hit. AMERICAN DIVISION W L Green Machine 2 0 X-GI's 0 3 White Dogs 3 0 Surf and Suds l l Country Clubber l l Hosiers l o TheScrunts 0 2 Shagnasties 0 1 NATIONAL DIVISION W L Thumpers 0 1 Zoo-Central ...2 1 The Generics .....1 0 EKM 0 2 Charlie's Hustlers.. ...0 1 The Colonials ...2 0 Weekenders 1 1

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Roadrunners on track with active schedule [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Roadrunners on track with active schedule By Jerry Trently A winning hand and enduring feet are all that are needed to win an upcoming "poker race," on campus. Capitol Campus Roadrunners have announced plans to sponsor the event during Spring term on May 21. "You really don't have to be fast," said club president, Al Newhart. "It's just a matter of having a good poker hand." Newhart explained that at each mile mark, a runner is given a card. At the end of the five mile race, the runner with the best poker hand wins. Prizes will be awarded to fastest runners also, . „ . ..... ,.„ , . The club has been active in a number of community service oriented events during recent months. In December, they were in charge of the March of Dime's ten kilometer race that helped the March of Dimes raise over $1,000. On April 8, members of the club served a spaghetti dinner to over 200 people in the dining room of Harrisburg Hospital in a benefit for the Kidney Foundation. The group also he...

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Tennis team prepares for season openers [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Tennis team prepares for season openers By Rob Rejmaniak The 1983 Capitol Campus tennis team is confident that they will improve on last year's winless season. This year's team is classified as a club instead of a varsity sport. "The only difference between a club sport and a varsity sport is that a varsity sport has a coach," says Athletic Director Bud Smitley. In place of a coach, team captain Frank Capavell will be leading the team and determining the line-up. "The line-up isn't quite cemented yet," says Capavell, "we still have a few challenge matches left." This year's team has three returning players yet Capavell thinks more college experience exists in comparison to the 1982 team. "Tom Farrell and Bob Gordon have experience from last spring," says Capavell," plus juniors Randy Owcar and Panos Xynarios have prior college experience." The 1983 team has a competitive schedule which includes an invitation to The NAIA District 19 Championship, held at Lincoln College o...

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Skurko efforts behind winning season [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Skurko efforts behind winning season By Rob Rejmaniak One Capitol Campus student has been showing that high grades and athletic achievement can go together. Last season Mike Skurko led his team both in homeruns with 4 and in runs batted in with 23. He also placed third on the team in hits with 27, and finished the season with a .320 batting average. Skurko, a senior from Brackenridge, Pa., did all of this, even though his class < schedule didn't permit him to at-: tend baseball practice. "It's go-! ing to be tougher to keep my ; grades up this season," says Skurko, who maintains a 3.9 I cumulative grade-point average ' ¦ in the Electrical Design * ! Engineering Technology curriculum. "I'll be attending two hours of baseball practice every day, in addition to classes." The 6'3 senior started his Penn State baseball career at the New Kensington campus, where he led his team in homeruns with 4. He also was among the team leaders with his .345 batting .average. Skurko came ...

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Lions continue winning as season progresses [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 26 April 1983

Lions continue winning as season progresses Photo by Joe Hart By La-Verna Fountain The double header between Capitol Campus and Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science on April 23 ended with both teams walking away with a victory. Coach Ron Melchiorre said "The second game was a tough one to lose, but we grabbed the first one." Indeed, the first game was grabbed out of Pharmacy's hands. Trailing Parmacy by a score of 3-0, the sixth inning saw Capitol rally together and score 8 runs. With superb pitching by Greg Livingston and great defense, Pharmacy was unable to score in the 7th inning. This gave Capitol its eleventh win of the season. Pharmacy's coach, Bob Bunnell, said "They (Capitol) got the base hits when they needed them. The second game was ours basically because of all of the walks. I believe we had about a dozen walks. It was a big cornback for us, we needed it." e That statement about sums up the second game. Capitol c...

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Students protest teacher's dismissal [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Students protest teacher's dismissal By Harry Lucas More than 50 students petitioned the administration this week in protest to the dismissal of a popular engineering professor, Dr. Chin Young Cha. Dr. Cha has been teaching at Capitol Campus since September, 1981, on one-year, renewable contracts. Under provisions of the contract, a teacher's work is previewed annually and, based on performance, is either renewed or let go. Students' concern over Cha's nonrenewal was evident in the petition which, in part, said: "We feel the decision to discharge Dr. Cha was made unfairly and does not accurately reflect his performance in or out of the classroom...We urge the administration to reconsider the matter and to look at all sides of the question." Cha said he was surprised to have received notice of this decision, and was told in January by Dr. William Welsh, Head of the Science, Engineering, and Technology Division, that unless he improved his work dramatically, they would be fo...

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Campus, DER reach water agreement [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Campus, DER reach water agreement By Jim Kushlan Following the recent discovery of contaminants in the water system here, the. Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources has agreed to cooperate with Capitol Campus in monitoring our water! According to Joseph A. Kemp, Manager, Maintenance and Utilities Operations at Capitol, the campus may now choose the location whenever DER takes a sample on the premises. "We'll take them in the areas of heavy use," he says. DER started monitoring the water here after the discovery of the carcinogenic (cancer-causing) contaminants trichloroethylene (TCE) and tetrachloroethylene, in wells at Harrisburg International Airport. A mixture of water from the airport wells supplies Capitol Campus. March 2 samplings of the airport wells by DER, through which the contaminants were found resulted in the voluntary closing of one well with the highest level of contamination. A water sample was also taken o...

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Graduate assistantships offered [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Graduate assistantships offered Compiled by Michele Haley Graduate Assistantships in Business Administration will be offered on a part-time basis for the fall and spring semesters during the 1983-84 academic year. Qualifications for the position include: a BBA degree preferred* effective communication skills, and a Business major and/or computer experience. Duties will include: grading homework assignments, counsel with students, proctor exams, as well as some faculty-related research duties and administrative tasks. The application deadline will be May 31, 1983.

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Commencement rites June 18 [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Commencement rites June 18 Approximately 475 students will be expected to graduate at thie year's commencement exercises on Saturday, June 18 at 10:30 a.m. in Founder's Hall of the Milton Hershey Building School, in Hershey. Dr. George D. Wolf, Professor of American Studies and History at Cpaitol Campus in 1966, has served as Dean of Faculty from 1973-78, and will be retiring at the end of this term. Students who will be graduating are expected to assemble in the Camelot Room of Founder's Hall by 9 a.m.

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Ice hockey team organizing [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Ice hockey team organizing Capitol Campus is now in the process of organizing an ice hockey team for next year. Professor Richard I. Ammon has pledged his assistance and will coach the team. It is now being organized by Daniel Popplewell, and will either be competing in the Intercollegiate Association or the Men's Contact League at Mechanicsburg. Anyone interested in getting involved with the team, should contact Popplewell in Rm. 109 Church Hall, or at 948-6324.

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Mud-wrestling contest Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Mud-wrestling contest Saturday The Photo Club will sponsor a mud-wrestling contest on.Saturday, May 31, at People's Park in Meade Heights, from 12 noon to 1 p.m. Contestants will wrestle according to their weight class only. T-shirts will be awarded to the winners. Contact Roger Yates at 944-1507, or Bob Croft at 948-0998, or stop by W-104 for more information, and to sign up.

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