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LSAT testing dates set [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

LSAT testing dates set Monday, June 20, is the first Law School Admissions Test date of the 1983-84 school year. Other important test dates include the Graduate Management Admission Test on Saturday, June 18, and the Graduate Records Examination on Saturday, June 11. Any individual planning to enter law school in September of 1984 should consider taking the LSAT exam. For more information, contact Edward Beck in the Counseling Center in W-117 at 948-6025.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Bissinger wins Jordan Award [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Bissinger wins Jordan Award Dr. Barnard H. Bissenger, Professor of Mathematics, will be the recipient of the 1983 Jordan Award for teaching excellence. Bissinger received his undergraduate degree in Mathematics from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, PA, in 1938. In 1940, he received his Masters in Mathematics from Syracuse University and later received his Ph.D. from Cornell University. Bissinger, who has taught Math at Michigan State, Syracuse and Cornell Universities, has served as Chairman of the Math Department at Lebanon Valley College from 1954-1967. He has served at Capitol since 1967.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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New TV studio provides leverage and opportunity [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

New TV studio provides leverage and opportunity By Mark Clauser You may have noticed that part of the main building's west wing has gotten a face lift. A completely remodeled television studio now better serves students interested in the growing humanities multi-media program. Eton F. Churchill, Assistant Professor of Media, says, "Every year certain monies are available which departments compete for. This year we were very fortunate. We got monies to improve the newspaper and television studio. Students enrolled in the TV production classes can sign out equipment to use on location wherever ktheir interests and a 40-pound camera take them. They can then bring their footage back into the studio to edit and assemble. Dr. John Patterson, Humanities Division Head, says the new television facilities give a lot more visibility, coherence, and added integrity to the media program. "It's evident that people are using the new equipment and they're highly visible around campus. I...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Cha discharge petitioned [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Cha discharge petitioned "DISMISSAL," from page 1 Before coming to Capitol, Dr. Cha received his Bachelor's Degree from Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea; a Master's Degree at Worchester Polytechnic Institute in Worchester Mass.; and a Doctorate from Mississippi State University. While at Capitol, Cha printed professional, papers both in Korea and the United States and, more recently, developed and taught a new course, MET 497B, Optimum Design. Cha cites evaluations from both students and administration as evidence of his competence. In general, the evaluations are favorable. Professor W.K. Aungst, also of the Engineering Division, evaluated Dr. Cha's classroom performance on January 20 of this year. In his notes on his visit to ET 221, Prof. Aungst writes, "In general, Dr, Cha seemed much better prepared than on my previous visit to an Engineering Economics class... and seemed to be getting the material across to the class." Professor Aungst refused to comment on any materi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Water agreement reached [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Water agreement reached "WATER," continued from page But despite this report, a May 4 sampling showed 75 parts per billion TCE in one airport well, which was taken out of service, says David Mashek, Deputy Press Secretary of DER. This level is still below the boil-water level. The source of the contamination has not yet been determined. "Analysis is ongoing with different interests in the airport area to determine a potential source," says Mashek. While DER says the water from the airport is safe to drink, some DER personnel question the validity of the tests. A May 11 article in the Middletown Press and Journal reports Elmer C. Knaub, DER Community Environmental Control's Supervising Sanitarian, and Norman Templin, a water quality specialist with DER, said the method used in taking samples from the first closed well at the airport may have been inadequate. After the first well was taken out of service, Knaub said, the water inside became stagnant. Because TCE and tetrachloroe...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Change in grading under consideration [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Change in grading under consideration By Harry Lucas ! ofessors and students urn ersity-wide have been split in the thinking about a possible change in the university's grading system. Presently, student progress is measured on a 4-point system of straight letter grades ranging from A 4.00 to F/0.00. Plus-minus grades are not computed. A random polling of 251 students from the university's 10 branches finds that 67 percent of the students favor a change in grading while 33 percent favor the , present system. Collegian staff writer Ann Matturro reports that the results have not gone unnoticed by the Faculty Senate, and quotes Faculty Senate Chairmanelect Peter Bennett as saying he personally does not like the cur-. rent grading system and would find the grade refinement attractive. "It hurts me to give a student who just barely missed the cutroff (for a B) a C, and to give a student who just squeaks by that same C," Bennett said. Several different grading alter natives explor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

EDITOR'S NOTE: See "Campus Commentary on page 11 for a random pole of campus students on the question of changing the grading system.

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New bookstore construction termed "optomistic" [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

New bookstore construction termed "optomistic" By Joseph Guberman Better than improvements, Capitol Campus may get a new, half-million dollar bookstore out of this year's controversy over the current bookstore's shortcomings. Dr. Theodore Gross, Provost, recently made an official proposal for a new bookstore which could oe completed as early as the fall of 1984, ., /:' ; * Final officialapproval from University Park's board of Trustees won't come until July, but administration officials are optimistic. "The time is right," according to Assistant Provost, Dr. Dwayne Smith. Ever since the Capitol Times began a series of articles on the bookstore's problems, Dr. Gross and his staff have moved swiftly to adress the concerns. Indeed, Gross says, "I've taken it as a mandate, and I'm grateful to the students for calling this to our attention." A lot of planning needs to be done before the project is approved. Dr. Smith says he'll be seeking input from students, faculty and staff. He ...

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Campus photographers discuss humanities' role [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Campus photographers discuss humanities' role By Monica Auld Five Capitol Campus students are $30.00 richer when they received awards for their photography on May 5, in the Gallery Lounge. James Sein-Lwin and Mark Weidhaas, engineering students; Alice Duncan and Judith Faru quee, two Humanities majors; and Wendy Rogos, a graduate student, each received an award for their work. In return, the .. Humanities Division keeps the winning entries to display on campus. Different approaches to photography highlighted the group's program. Sandy Starobin photography instructor, sees photography as an, art form. "Photography has nothing to do with reality. It is a superimposition of the photographer and can be used to express personal feelings, thoughts and attitudes about the world." The competition was open to any student who has been enrolled in the photography courses offered at Capitol Campus. The winning photos will be displayed in the Humanities Suite, W-360 and in other campus o...

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Low black enrollment may boost PSU tuition [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Low black enrollment may boost PSU tuition By LaVerna Fountain The low enrollment of blacks at Penn State University may result in Capitol Campus students paying higher tuition. President John Oswald stated that if Penn State does not receive the $14.6 million increase in state aid (which is five times more than Governor Dick Thornburgh recommended), the tuition cost may increase by more than five percent. Several legislators have criticized Penn State's low enrollment of blacks, and have warned Oswald not to even count on the governor's proposed funding level. "I'd hate to think this legislative body, because of noncompliance and foot dragging, might have to punish Penn State," Rep. Edward Wiggins threatened. Blacks account for 1400 of the University's 56,500 resident undergraduates. This 2.5 percent enrollment interestingly matches Capitol Campus' low enrollment of 48 black undergraduates out of 1800 undergraduate students, or 2.7 percent. Oswald contends that during h...

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F New incentive program makes debut in dorms this year [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

F New incentive program makes debut in dorms this year The DRIP program has kept the amount of damages to Capitol's dormitories at low tide. The Damage Reduction Incentive Plan (DRIP) will reward a floor in the dorms for keeping the amount of damages low. DRIP was instituted by the Residence Living Program early in the Fall to provide an incentive for the floors in Church and Wrisberg Halls to keep their malicious vandalism at a minimum. In the past Resident Assistants were urged to tell their floor members not to vandalize or the whole floor would have to split the damage bills at the year's end. "With the DRIP program, floors now have a positive reinforcement to keep their damages down," said Pat Murphy, Coordinator of the Reidence Living Program. "Our damages have been low this year," said John Pellecchia, Assistant Coordinator. The Residence Living Program plans to promote the DRIP incentive more next year. "We like to reward floors for responsibility in dealing with...

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