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Jr. Business Students [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974
Jr. Business Students The Jr. Business at-large Senate Seat of the Student Government Association is vacant due to the resignation of Phil Zimmerman. Any full time Jr. business student interested in holding this position of Senator who has at least a cumulative average of 2.0 is requested to place his or her name and address in Bob Hetzel 's mail box in the SGA room W-104. All names submitted will be reviewed by the Election/ Screening Committee and presented to the Senate for their vote. Names will be accepted from Jan 11 till Jan 21. * * * *
BEM CHI [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974
BEM CHI ARE YOU INTERESTED IN A CAREER IN ACCOUNTING? PUBLIC? INDUSTRIAL? GOVERNMENT? The second in a series of career conferences under a cooperative program between the business faculty and Beta Chi will be held January 15, 1974 at 3:15 p.m. in the Auditorium. Come out and find out what accounting is all about. Experts in the field will be there to answer your questions. * * * *
THINGS TO DO [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974
THINGS TO DO CALENDAR OF EVENTS JANUARY 10 - 3 p.m. - Newspaper staff meeting all members must attend The Reader Office. W-104. Jan. 10 - 8 p.m. Same newspaper meeting only five hour later for all those people that missed the one at 3. JANUARY 11-8 p.m. Basketball - Capitol vs. N.E. Christain at Rosemont. JANUARY 12 - 9 p.m. XGI Keggar - see advertisement. JANUARY 14-22 Art Exhibits - Maya Schock in the Gallery/Lounge. January 14 - 6:30 p.m. Head Shop - Middle Earth. 6:30 p.m. S.G.A. Meeting - Gallery /Lounge. 8 p.m. Photo ClubE-338. JANUARY 15 - 1:30 p.m. Symposium on American Music and Culture. Mrs. Ola Belle, Bud & David Reed - Auditorium. 6:30 p.m. Bible Study - Middle Earth. 7:00 p.m. Board of Governors - Middle Earth. 8:00 | | p.m. Mrs. Ola Belle, Bud & David Reed - Concert, Auditorium. 8 p.m. Varsity Basketball - Capitol vs. Spring Garden College, Capitol Campus. JANUARY 16 12:00 noon Chess Club Gallery/Lounge. 8 p.m. Movie "Superman" Student Center ...
lesl Dates in Remember [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974
lesl Dates in Remember TEST PENALTY FINAL DATE DATE CLOSING DATE Graduate 2-23-74 1-29-74 2-5-74 Record apptitude Exam only Law School 2-9-74 1-18-74 Admissions i Test Admissions 1-26-74 1-4-74 Test For Graduate Study in Business National 1-26-74 1-3-74 1-10-74 Teachers Exam College of 2-16-74 1-30-74 Podiatry Admissions Test Miller Analogy Tests are administered, by appointment daily, in the Counseling Office, W-117. Applications for these exams, as well as study guides for some of these tests are available on a two-week loan basis, are available from the Counseling Office, W-117. |
ll Day ol Music [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974
ll Day ol Music The Cultural Committee, with the support of a $3,400 grant from the Penn State Foundation, will sponsor a series of musical programs focusing on the rural or folk traditions in American music. The programs, to be given on successive Tuesdays, begin. January 8 and will feature authentic folk artists in informal afternoon workshops, demonstrations, performances and evening concerts. In addition to the obvious entertainment aspects of the series, which is the first such series ever presented at the Capitol campus, the workshops and concerts will bring live music into the classroom and create an open academic forum for the serious study of a most important area of America's musical tradition. Over 30 and folk singing. The concerts will be given on Tuesday evenings at 8:00 in the auditorium, 2nd floor, and will climax an afternoon of informal
Music is here [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974
Music is here college music departments have been invited to participate and the invitation is extended to all members of the Capitol community who simply love country fiddlin', banjo pic kin' lectures and demonstrations of various folk instruments, styles of playing and dancing, and folk song traditions from ballads to work songs. Groups and artists scheduled to appear are Prof. Fred Gainer (Jan. 8) Jean Richie, the Highwood String Band, Ola Belle Reed and family, Dick and Anne Albin, J.P. and Annadeene Fraley, Bob Doyle and the Buffalo Chipkickers, Russell Fluharty as well as other guest artists and lecturers. The settings will be informal, the audience will be invited to participate, and an old fashioned country square dance is also planned. This type of programming is something new for the Capitol Campus. It is an exciting means of concentrating on the important traditions of American music and will be entertaining as well. The programs are free and everyone is invited...
From Student Affairs [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974
From Student Affairs Violation Appeals Beginning with the Winter Term there will be a change in the procedure for students who wish to appeal violations of the Campus motor vehicle regulations. The following guidelines will be in effect: A. All Motor Vehicle Violation appeals shall be heard by the Student Court. B. Appeals will be routed directly from the Vehicle Registrar to the Student Court using the forms currently in use. C. A record of appeals will be kept. D. Notification of rulings of the Court will be sent to the Vehicle Registrar and the Student. E. A hearing schedule will be maintained in the Student Affairs Office. Those appealing must schedule a hearing with the secretary in the Student Affairs Office. F. The schedule of hearings will be posted on the glass enclosed Bulletin Board adjacent to W104 at least 24 hours prior to the hearings. G. Appeals will normally be heard in E-336 on Wednesday between 2 and 4 p.m. If this time and location are not convenient othe...
Milton Diehl Fund [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974
Milton Diehl Fund As an added service to Veterans at Capitol Campus the Student Affairs Office will coordinate a special loan fund. Beginning with the Winter Term Veterans may borrow up to $250 for periods not to exceed 90 days from the Milton Diehl Fund. Money from this fund will be available to the applicant about one week from the date requested. Veterans who wish to borrow from the fund or who have questions should contact the Student Affairs Office, W-103. or who have questions should contact the student Affairs Office, W-103. * * * *
Campus Discipline [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974
Campus Discipline In an effort to inform the student body about the way the campus discipline process works, the Student Affairs Office will publish a summary of discipline actions after the cases have been decided. Although the student charged with a violation of the Code of Conduct will not be identified, there will be a report of the charges, the findings of the court, and the sanctions imposed. The various groups involved in the discipline system --Student Standards Board, Director of Student Affairs, Hearing Board and Appeals Board - have decided to provide this information so that the student body is better informed. * * * *
Bernreuter Emergency Loans Fund [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974
Bernreuter Emergency Loans Fund All Capitol Campus students will benefit from an expanded emergency loan fund beginning with the Winter Term. The Bernreuter Emergency Loan Fund has made $2,500 available to the campus to be used for short-term loans to students. Normally the Bernreuter Fund will provide for short - term loans for emergency needs. Normal loans are up to $15 and are to be repaid within three weeks. In special circumstances loans for larger sums with longer repayment schedules can be arranged. The Bernreuter Emergency Loan Fund is named for Robert G. Bernreuter, Vice President for Student Affairs Emeritus. During the time Mr. Bernreuter served as Vice President he was a strong supporter of the development of the Commonwealth Campuses. The Bernreuter Fund is one of the services provided by the Student Affairs Office. Students who wish to take advantage of this fund or who have questions about it should contact the Student Affairs Office, W103.
Enrollment Figures [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974
Enrollment Figures University Park, Pa., The Pennsylvania State University in a period of enrollment stabilization dropped from 12th to 13th in full-time enrollment and from ninth to tenth in grand total enrollment among the Nation's colleges and universities. This was reported today by Dr. Garland G. Parker, vice provost for admissions and records at the University of Cincinnati, in his annual survey prepared for "Intellect" magazine. It is the 54 th year for the survey. The total enrollment for Penn State, based on the Fall Term figures, is given as 44,083 for full-time credit students and 64,131 for grand total while the figures last year were 41,125 and 59,598. In the survey, which covered 1,416 institutions of higher learning, it was revealed that largely because of part-time and continuing education students, America's colleges and universities again showed an increase over the previous year. The grand total enrollment was 6,454,137, a 1.8 per cent increase over last y...
'I UK I OYK SHIP [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974
'I UK I OYK SHIP by Romeo Trajanus Is this the face that hath launched a thousand ships? Nay, but 'tis the face that hath launched my heart On a journey into forever, Stealing with it my love, and my life Silently my love, as a ship, sails on Through the stormy waves of her heart, Seeking out a verdant island of fiery passion Upon which to rest my dreams and my hopes. Behold! the skies ahead are blue and the seas indeed are calm; The sun doth shine with the golden light of her smile And my cruise is ever pleasenter still . With her my wife, and our love; The winds are sweeter on our side of the hill. KILL IT! Go ahead, step on it. Hurry, crush its head and bug its eyes. BEAT IT! SQUASH IT! SQUEEZE IT ! Pull the legs off And eat it. D.List
A MISSING PORTRAIT i [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974
A MISSING PORTRAIT i I ' His mind drifts like the leaves of fall tumbling thru the air while his innocent smile follows the path of laughter in corridors of my mind. He is the man who stops between steps and asks for a nickel, a dime, a piece of bread, a crumb, J or a word that becomes lost in his years. ] But don't forget if he had died at the age of seven ' 1 he would have been grieved, | if at the age of manhood he would have been mourned, and if before his time forgotten; but Look he has grown old like a saint \ who greets you between life, ' old \ like an old man who offers you a smile \ free 1 from the sockets of Time; i | his life alone i reflects the confusion | of corridors in our mind. John bartleby
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974
jr OflO "\ The Capitol Campus Reader The C.C. Reader is published by the students of the Pennsylvania State University at Capitol Campus, Middletown, Pa., and is printed by the West Shore Times during the Fall, Winter and Spring Terms. Opinions expressed by the editors and staff are not necessarily those of the University Administration, Faculty or Students. Co-Editors Frank DeSantis & Charlie Holeczy Staff Jim Bollinger, Doug Gibboney John Bradford Langdon, Bob Hetzel
To Change Graduate Schools [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 10 January 1974
To Change Graduate Schools Princeton, N.J. - A national panel of leading educators has issued a report calling for major changes in American graduate education. In the report, entitled "SCHOLARSHIP FOR SOCIETY", the Panel on Alternate Approaches to Graduate Education questions the emphasis on research as the single criterion for evaluating all graduate schools and their faculties, and urges that all doctoral students spend time working outside university walls in areas related to their major fields. The Panel was supported by two influential organizations largely representative of graduate school opinion - The Graduate Record Examinations Board, whose policies affect the entrance requirements of most graduate institutions, and the Council of Graduate Schools in the United States, whose 307 members include universities awarding 98 per cent of the doctoral degrees in this country. In a preface to the report, "new elements do need to be added to graduate schools, that significant...