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2S [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
2S The Academic Services Office has received from the Records Office at UP a list of students for whom they reported student status to the selective Service Local Boards for Winter Term 1971. Included is a list of students with "missing data". Please stop in Room E-106 to check if your name is on the discrepancy list.
INTRAMURAL ROLLER SKATING DECATHALON [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
INTRAMURAL ROLLER SKATING DECATHALON The Recreation/Athletic Department has rented the use of the Gold Skate roller rink on Route 230 east of Middletown, for its first intramural skating decathalon. Skate rental and admission is FREE! Students must supply their own transportation to and from the Gold Skate (4 miles). Food and drinks are available but must be paid for individually. Valid student ID's will be requested for admission. The program of activities will begin at 8:00 p.m. and end at 11:00 p.m. of Thursday, March 11, 1971. Activities will include free skating, skate wheel relay, flat lap racing (3, 6, 16 laps for men and 3, 6, 12 laps for women) pursuit racing, backward race and obstacle race. Trophies will be given to the winning teams and points will be awarded for the All-Sports Trophy. All students, faculty and staff are welcome to participate. If you have questions call 787-7751.
DELTA TAU KAPPA HONOR SOCIETY UVESlll [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
DELTA TAU KAPPA HONOR SOCIETY UVESlll The first meeting of the newly-formed and internationally chartered Social Science Honor Society was held on Tuesday, February 2nd, in room E-253. Contrary to some inferences drawn in regard to an announcement which appeared in the February 3rd issue of this newspaper, the Society is very much alive and kicking, and eager to get going. The Society wishes to apologize to all interested students who signed the initial charter request last year and after an extended period of no activity assumed it had gone by the wayside. Any students who signed the original petition, and, after receiving notice of the impending charter elected not to send the membership fee, are cordially invited to attend the next meeting, to be held next Tuesday evening in room E-253 at8:15p.m. Requirements for admission are: 1. Minimum cumulative GPA — Full membership (Seniors), $3.00, Cond. Membership (Juniors) $3.25. 2. Minim um So Sci cumulative GPA-Seniors, $3.25 a...
Critic's Notebook [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
Critic's Notebook WUSA, starring Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. Reviewed by William M. Sloane. We've wondered, all of us, if Paul Newman has rendered any memorable bit of acting since his cameo as a punch-drunk boxer in Hemingway's Adventures of a Young Man. (We all of us doubt it.) We also have occasionally questioned the relative talents of his semi-homely wife. Our misgivings are yet unresolved, though WUSA represents her strongest effort to date. Thankfully, at least, the pair have unstrung the albatross of Robert Wagner from about their collective neck; he had been to them as Regis Philbin had to Joey Bishop, buckskin shoes and all. WUSA is a pseudo-Tennessee Williams story more likely to remind its audience of Tennessee Ernie Ford. Liberal-chic with a down-home flavor, the movie represents a completely self-indulgent effort on the part of the director (P. Newman) and his leading lady; stick with me and I'll make you a superstar. Y'all got this hea' southern radio sta...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
SENIOR SURVEY: " ' Please fill in and drop questionaire in the box in Student Affairs. Results of this survey will determine whether there will be a Senior Ball. 1. Would you like a Senior Ball? 2. Formal or Semiformal? •3. Should Juniors be invjted? Name: (seniors only) BRIDGESTONE SUZUKI (ji^^^^^ ^ Z'i*,,. ^ KAUFFMAN'S CYCLE SALES AND SERVICE 623 SECOND STREET HIGHSPIRE, PA 17034 PHONE 939-2591
Rap With Mrs. Dixon [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
Rap With Mrs. Dixon by Roger L. Hawkins Mrs. O.W. Dixon joined the faculty of Capitol Campus in 1969. She has taught in the Philadelphia school system for twenty years on the elementary level. A graduate of West Chester State Teachers' College in 1948, she decided, after teaching for a number of years, to go for an M.A. in education. She received it in 1959. Mrs. Dixon is a black teacher who doesn't mind telling it where it's at. She expressed some discontent with the total disregard for the education of blacks in Pennsylvania. She informed me that she attended the Black Conference on Higher Education in which she discovered that blacks were considered minute in matters of education. Besides the negligence of black education in Pennsylvania, Mrs. Dixon also has views about the educational system of Capitol Campus. She feels that most of the white students majoring in education have the best interest of the inner-city schools and blacks at heart. But they have been given what...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 17 February 1971
ENVIRONMENTALNEWSENVIRONMENTAL FILM LISTINGS. . . ; March 4-"What Goes UP", "Green City"; and March 11—"A Nation of Spoilers", "Noisy Landscape", "Nuclear Radiation". Alternate showings are: Thursday following each of the above mentioned dates inroom 211 at 7 p.m. Friday following each of the above mentioned dates in room W337 at 3:50 p.m.
Grimm Responds To "Nittany Screw" [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
Grimm Responds To "Nittany Screw" Interviewer Doug Megla Doug: "What was your reaction to the article in the CAPITOLIST regarding Pat Murphy?" Dean Grimm: "I felt the article was misleading and in many places totally inaccurate. It appeared to be an emotional response." Doug: "Since Miss Murphy was informed her contract would not be renewed, what unexpected events have happened?" Dean Grimm: "I knew there would be concern but I did not feel it would be quite so volitile. I felt this was in large part, due to many of the statements made in the CAPITOLIST." Doug: "What is your feeling about student reaction to Miss Murphy's dismissal?" Dean Grimm: "I am quite heartened by the interest students have demonstrated in a matter which directly affects them. For four years this office has been encouraging students to be involved. 1 think it shows that Capitol students are becoming more aware and concerned. As is too often the case, many individuals have not taken the time to learn th...
Ten Outstanding College Girls Chosen [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
Ten Outstanding College Girls Chosen Karen Johnson, a junior here at Capitol Campus, was selected to represent this campus in Glamour Magazine's contest to find the Ten Outstanding College Girls of 1971. Karen, a very active and involved student is corresponding secretary of the Black Student Union, a judge on the Student Court and a member of the Cheerleading Squad. She is an Elementary Education major and plans to work in the field of counseling. She has worked with children in tutoring programs such as Operation Out Reach and in day care centers and camps. The Ten Outstanding College Girls of 1971 will be photographed by leading New York photographers and featured in Glamour's August College Issue. During summer vacation the ten winners will be invited to New York to meet the Glamour staff. Last year [be winners were the guests of the magazine for a iii'p io Spain and Portugal. Semi-finalists will be chosen by the end of February and on March 15, the ten winners will be a...
PSU LONDON TRIP [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
PSU LONDON TRIP The UDG (Undergraduate Student Government) of Penn State is sponsoring a trip to London for $199. complete. The eight day vacation is available to all students, faculty, staff, alumni and their families, and coincides with this year's Winter Term Break. The flight will leave New York City March 23 and return March 30, 1971. The price includes round trip airfare via SAS DC-8 jet, airport transfers, hotel with private bath, chartered sightseeing, and two theatre tickets of your choice. There are still plenty of seats available, but allow four weeks for obtaining your passport. For more information pick up a flyer at in the Student Activities Office, room W-105 building or call David Dallas at (814) 237-8653, between 3 and 12 p.m.