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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 February 1971
IMfifS FOR SALES AND SALES MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM This Program is designed to develop young college graduates for careers in life insurance sales and sales management. It provides an initial training period of 3 months (including 2 weeks at a Home Office School) before moving into full sales work. Those who are interested in and who are found qualified for management responsibility are assured of ample opportunity to move on to such work in either our field offices or in the Home Office after an initial period in sales. Aggressive expansion plans provide unusual opportunities for those accepted. Arrange with the placement office for an interview with: William H. Shillingsford, C.L.U. February 24,1971 Connecticut Mutual Life INSURANCE COMPANY • HARTFORD I THE BLUE CHIP COMPANY • SINCE 1846 an Equal Opportunity Employer
Pat Murphy Gets Nittany Screw [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
Pat Murphy Gets Nittany Screw Interviewer—Doug Megla a telephone conversation Doug: "I'd like to know how long you've been here and your background here." Pat: "I've been here since August, 1969, and do you mean my responsibility? I was designated, more or less, to be advisor of the CCSC, and I served in that capacity until the end of this past term. And this past summer I was designated initiator, or advisor of the Drug Awareness Committee, on the campus, which has since become the Head Shop. Iris Praeger and myself were involved with that. And I've donated a lot of time to getting that thing going and keeping it organized." Doug: "That's your responsibility now? You have more than that..." Pat: "Well, those are the basic ones. Other things I've undertaken were the Commencement Ball last year, the Talent Show this year, which Twyla Brown and I are working on. And, oh brother, any other things that have come my way! People coming in and needing this and needing that." Doug: ...
B lack Ectasy [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
B lack Ectasy by Roger L. Hawkins On Monday evening, February 8, 1971, the Capitol Campus Artist-Lecture Series presented "Walk Together Children," a prose, poetry and sing program monologued by Miss Vinie Burrows. She narrated a number of literary works from a school of black artists. This was a very important event, since it is important that blacks broaden their horizon concerning their own literary culture and whites likewise learn what blacks have to offer in the literary field. Miss Burrows was able to convey the message of protest, fear, anger, and suffering that black people had to go through while in America. It was quite an enlightening experience to see her up on the stage living the whole history of black folks. If you missed this tremendous performance, then you were robbed of hearing and seeing the filet mignon of black literature.
TO BE OR NOT TO BE... [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
TO BE OR NOT TO BE... EDITORIAL by Lee Nell Last term, Dr. Wolf, in his Political Parties course, got many of us involved in political operations during the election campaigns. I suppose that we were trying to change our system in some small way. But is that the best way to do it? Or must the system be changed at all? Here are some goodies for you: In Picayune, Mississippi —that's right, Picayune—five long-haired musicians were arrested (and convicted, jailed and fined $200.00 eiach) for trespassing in an auditorium—to which they had the keys—and for stealing a piece of rope—which was never produced as evidence. When they went to jail, they were relieved of their hair. The sheriff said that their hair was cut for health reasons because they were dirty. Another: One of the charges against Angela Davis is murder, and she wasn't even in the state when it happened. Still another: The "Harrisburg Six" are being tried for conspiracy to kidnap and to destroy heating ducts in a D....
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
STAFF OF CAPITOLIST EDITOR: Rosemary Scanlon ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Lee Nell Tom Hagan BUSINESS MANAGERS: Richard Marx Roger Hawkins PHOTOGRAPHERS: John Fannely Don Davis Eric Murray EDITORIAL CONSULTANT Jim Benn > CONTRIBUTORS: Lu Ann Berulis Missy Rotundaro Ann Ostroski Bill Winkler Michael Rix Terry Wimmer Dan Durante Chandler Wolf Tony McGovern Skip Lewis Charlie Bussison Paul Snyder ::
Letters To The Editor: [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
Letters To The Editor: Dear Editor: I am a Senior at this school and would like to express my dissatisfaction with the recent action taken by the administration against Pat Murphy. Pat has been notified of her release, effective as of July 1st, and states she wishes to remain here, on campus. From personal experience with her, I am satisfied with her functions at Capitol Campus. After talking with other students, I find, they, too, have had good experiences with Pat. If her superiors (whose salaries myself and other students pay) find her services inadequate, I disagree and consider it imparative they reconsider their decision in this matter. If this position in the Capitol Campus structure is no longer necessary, I suggest creating another one for Pat—Pat an asset to the Capitol Campus Community. One thing which, may be difficult for a person in Capitol Campus Administrative position to see, is the personal helping relationships Pat has with many of the students here. Hopef...
SOME NEVER WAKE UP [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
SOME NEVER WAKE UP by Roger Hawkins There are people who walk around this campus that think getting involved in any school activity is sticking their necks out. Well, they're right. Too many people stand around and do not get involved, but they are the very first ones who say "Why doesn't someone do something?" People around this school have gripes about something. But do you think they'll do anything about it by joining some organization that supports their particular "thing"? No, they stand around and make up the passive silent majority. And these are the very same people who get stepped on, taxed, and unjustly killed, because they make the people who are in charge, and who can do something about changing things think that they are perfectly satisfied with the present situation. Take, for example, the walls in the dorms which are so thin, if somebody plays their stereo too loud the walls shatter to pieces. Also, if you go to take a shower in the dorm bathrooms, you better ...
Checklist For Your Conscience [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
Checklist For Your Conscience Here is a simple message. It consists of nothing more than a series of points aimed at stirring the conscience and hopefully realization. —Cambodia invaded -Laos invaded -4 killed at Kent State -2 killed at Jackson State -2 Panthers killed in Chicago -New York 21-conspiracy —Chicago 8—conspiracy -Seattle 12-conspiracy -Harrisburg 6—conspiracy -Conspiracy? -U.S. support of Brazilian Tyranny University research for War Department -Oil rig leaks off California Coast — Continued refusal by corporations to inact pollution control —Immunity law —Nixon asks for a 2 year extension of the draft —CIA sends Laotian guerrilas into China —Increase called for in war budget —Man on Moon puts golf tall
LET'S BE SENSIBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
LET'S BE SENSIBLE Dear Miss LaMonaca, I would like to direct this response not only to you, but to those people who obviously assisted and provided information which I am sure you had no way of knowing. You know who you are. First of all, let me say that "everyone running for president" is NOT a step in the right direction. What the hell does that have to do with apathy on campus? In what way would this negate apathy? I do not feel I have been unjust to anyone or any oraganization. As far as my referral to the XGI's, I only used them as an example. I could have used any organization. Maybe I shouldn't have used any, but I wanted to get my point across. If this in any way has hurt feelings, let me apologize now. But what "friends" have I left out that should have been named? If you knew my "friends", that I'm supposedly protecting, (and you don't even know me for God's sake,) why didn't you name them? Let me assure you, this would not be defamation of character. You accused m...
Homophile Society [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
Homophile Society After seeing the film "Homosexuality in Men and Women" and listening to Dr. Frank Kameny, president of the Mattachine Society of Washington, guest speaker in ED 499A, I realized that one of the largest minorities in the U.S. is unrepresented and forgotten, on this campus. Dr. Kameny's view is endemic among homesexuals in this country, that homosexualtiy is not a perversion, but merely a preference for a partner of the same sex. Furthermore, the term "perversion" is relative; a homesexual might look on heterosexuality as a perversion. "Perversion" is unique in the mind of the individual. What I would like to do is initiate thought on the plight of the homosexual in the U.S. Why is homosexuality a problem in this country? Why is he so discriminated against? First off homosexuality is culturally defined and differs from country to country. In the U.S. it's acceptable for females to hold hands or interlock arms or dance together in public, but not for males. In...
POTPOURRI [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
POTPOURRI by Missy Rotondaro Come see "Camelot," Sat., Feb. 20, 8:00 p.m., student center. February 22, 7:00-8:00, Turned On Crisis, "Why Can't You Hear Through the Noise in Your Ears?," Residence Hall Lounges. "Get up, Get into it, Get involved." Our nice nurse, Mrs. Kresge, thinks everybody here is great. We like her, too. Question: How much money does the average pin ball machine make each day? Rollin right along. Luann Berulis will be 22 years old February 23. Mrs. Brown you're a peach. Buy a yearbook now. Call 944-5662. "What you see is what you get." All girls invited. The Girls Sorority is now being organized. Come to the first meeting at 823A Nelson Drive, Monday, February 22, 7:30 p.m. What is Rossi's secret? More questions: Who is the Campitol Campus hypochondriac? Why is it we don't have a nurse at prime hours, 1:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.? That's when everything happens. Why doesn't Mrs. Starkey teach her class? Mary wants to know why this is a suitcase campus? What do...
AROUND THE CAMPUS. . . COMMITTEE APPOINTMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
AROUND THE CAMPUS. . . COMMITTEE APPOINTMENT Frank Duhsse, junior Humanities senator of 949B Kirtland, and Lynn Solomon, 845A Kirtland, have been appointed to the Committee on Revision of Student Rules. Dulisse will serve as chairman of the committee. The committee wil undertake a thorough revision of University rules in an attempt to produce a set of rules applicable to Capitol. These rules will govern student conduct, activities, and affairs in all areas related to the college. Anyone desiring to assist in this project, contact Frank at 944-3840. Gerry Pappas 934B Mars, has been appointed to the Commencement Planning Committee by SGA president Lee Levan. She joins Al Litwak and Ed Frank who have been working on commencement since Fall Term. The committee is responsible for devising the commencement program, planning a speaker, and other details of the June 19th graduation. Any seniors who are interested in assisting, please contact Al at 944-9063 or Lee at 944-3840. LOIS...
He Who Is Without Sin ... [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
He Who Is Without Sin ... LIFE IN THE HEIGHTS: by Luann Berulis Everytime I talk to someone, I hear about how aggravating a roommate can get or how annoying he can become. Stop and think! Are you easy to get along with? Do you make a rumble when you get up in the morning? Is your toothpaste slopped all over the sink? Do you blast the stereo during study hours? Do you clomp down the hall on the way to your room? The way things are now, it seems we are all guilty of one or more of these faults. I never thought so many people were having roommate problems. I don't believe all the blame lies on the person accused of being at fault, the accusing roommate is just as much to blame. Why can't the people involved discuss the matters among themselves rather than complaining to others? We hear about the generation gap between children and their parents, what about the generation gap between roommates? Why is it so hard for people living together to sit down and discuss their griefs? ...
DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
DANCE Don't forget the Environmental Dance, on Tuesday February 23. Some of the activities will include an Environmental Light Show, music by Locust Grove, Organic goodies, folksongs from Annie FFerrino, and anti-pollution literature. Only 75 cents! The dance will be held at the Student Center.