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

&-HAUL 3 ¦¦¦ ¦¦¦ Move-it-yourself and save ^^^^BP ^E^SK SSS!^ --^¦xjffKMM^w^Mj^BBIJ^H^BB^EXB^B^BBBB^L^fc - gfik &~\ --U-Haul saves you money - /j^^^g LVieXv -U-Haul fits your schedule ^fcN^lat V/MAo --U-Haul is convenient ,^^B /^^iNX^^* A, -U-Haul is the mover's choice / vjll M>^ KTS/IA TRUCKS, TRAILERS, / \ HITCHES & TOW BARS, (O '" O/ CAR-TOP CARRIERS, \ - —LJL PROFESSIONAL AIDS \ / FOR YOUR MOVE. U-HAUL has everything for Moving and Storage DON'T MOVE WHAT YOU DON'T NEED. Moving things you don't need increases the cost of moving things you do. One good way to get rid of excess is to run an ad in the local papers. RESERVE U-HAUL EQUIPMENT. To assure availability of the trailer or truck you'll need, call or stop by a week or so in advance of your move.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Pageant competition can be used as "tool" [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Pageant competition can be used as "tool" By LaVerna Fountain The Miss America Pageant and the Miss U.S.A. Pageant have been called everything from a sexist show to sanctioned prejudice. But what are those pageants really all about and is it fair to join the two together when making generalities? The Miss America Pageant can be used as a tool by women to further their education. The emphasis is placed on talent and the prizes awarded have reached over two million dollars in scholarships on the local, state, and national levels each year. Over 70,000 women enter the competition each year in four phases of competition; talent, interview, evening gown, and swimsuit. A wellrounded scope of each competitor _ is presented. Miss U.S.A., however, is a pageant that emphasizes physical beauty as opposed to talent. The prizes are more luxurious and consist of things such as jewelry, wardrobe collections, cash and automobiles. Education through scholarships is nonexi...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Status of handicapped elevator examined [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Status of handicapped elevator examined By LaVerna Fountain A common sound at Capitol Campus is the paniced yell for help from wheelchaired students stranded on or between floors. The panic comes around class times when the freight elevator—the only means of wheelchair transportation between floors here~is being used for freight or Photo by Joe Hart when someone has forgotten to close the heavy elevator doors. According to Dennis Cannon, engineer for the United States anc Transportation Architectural Barrier Compliance, "The latest standards for the handicapped elevators include doors that close automatically, are electronically sensitive to any obstruction without the doors actually touching the person or object and is not for freight use." Pennsylvania's Department of Labor in Industry in 1972 granted a special permit to Capitol Campus and allowed for temporary use of the freight elevator by handicapped persons. Lynn DiClemente, Department ot Labor ana industry saia,...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Class studies handicapped experiences [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Class studies handicapped experiences By LaVerna Fountain "You can't judge another's lifestyle until you have walked a mile in his shoes." Sound familier? Students of the Basic Preparation II (BP II) course are finding out what that cliche means. Professor Robert Lesniak, Associate Professor of Education, requires students of BPII spend a day in a wheelchair as part of his course. The total package is called Sensitivity Training, designed to give the future elementary educators a deeper knowledge of what it is like to be handicapped. Lesniak said, "Based on Federal Public Law 94142, the Mainstream Act, handicapped students have a right to public education. The reality is that most teachers are unaware of the problems handicapped students face." "Teachers should feel empathy towards the handicapped, not sympathy. They must learn to respect each indivdual's potential and ability. This course helps the soon-to-be teachers experience a little of someone else's world." One studen...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Alcohol group for teaching, not preaching [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Alcohol group for teaching, not preaching By Jerry Trently Dr. James Rooney isn't suprised by the results of a campus wide drinking survey, he just believes the statistics are high. The Associate Professor of Sociology, coordinated the study with his "Social Problems," and "Addictive Substances" classes from Fall and Winter Terms. The results show 58 percent of the population on campus drinks weekly, and 20 percent drink three to five drinks daily. The survey further showed 25 percent had indicated they had become drunk alone, while another 25 percent indicated they had gone on a drinking spree and did not know where they were upon being woken up. Abother thirty percent indicated that alcohol had interferred with their school work. All questions were subject to a time frame of the last twelve months. - Included in the questionaire was a section on drinking and driving. Nearly thirty students indicated they had driven eight or more times after consuming four or more drinks an...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
/ L®Nerriiiii==^— n~ _ [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

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

limes Executive editor Jerry Trently,Jr. Managing Editor Monica Auld Business Manager Charles R. Coburn, III Business Assistant ..Kim Bush Advertising Design Editor George P. Yanoshik, Jr. Photography Editor Joseph Hart Events Editor Michele S. Haley Sports Editor Rob Rejmaniak Sales Representatives Kevin Gulrich Paul Sabatine Layout Assistants Betsy Sheehan Jo Griffiths Advisor Al Lee STAFF MEMBERS PatCarthey Harry Lucas MarkClauser James Kushlan Thomas Dekle Michael Markle Alice Duncan Linda McCarty Judith Faruquee Karen Muro La-Verna Fountain Barbara Myers Joseph Guberman LisaNoro KimGuzzi Don Strausburger The CAPITOL TIMES welcomes letters from readers. Letters intended for publication must indicate the writer's college affiliation, if any. All letters MUST be signed by the writer. Unsigned letters cannot be printed. A writer's name may be withheld upon request. Letters should be typewritten and double-spaced; and, any material that is libelous or does not conform to publicati...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Campus Commentary [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Campus Commentary Compiled by Monica Auld I What do you think about a change in the grading system that would implement pluses and minuses? onMniHBMBiM ^BMai^BnBBimBaaii ^ ^BiBnBa ^ ^B^ ^aam^BanBaBaamaaBB ^Baaa^i ^nB^ ^MBBa^ "Last term I got an 89.4 average and received a B. This proposal should . be followed up on because I'll get a reputation of being a B student when I could potentially be an A student." Frank S. Stramara Public Policy, Law and Society "G.P.A. must be considered in this issue. There's such a wide disparity of grades, it's high time something is done." Craig Reed Business Administration "Other major ' campuses have this system, so I don't see why they shouldn't use it here. In the Engineering Division, this is really important." Janet Bogush MDET "I think it's great because it'll give students an advantage if they know whether or not they have a high A or a low A. There's a big difference." Deb Langdon Behavioral Science "It's definitely a good i...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Students prepare to go "homeward [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Students prepare to go "homeward By Barb Myers and Monica Auld As the academic year draws to a close, students are faced with the task of moving their possessions. Whether its across town or across country, getting household belongings moved is trying at best, a nightmare at worst. Moving even a modest household is a lot of work. But with willing friends, early planning, good packing and reasonable scheduling, the job can go quickly and smoothly. Here's a step-bystep approach. START EARLY. Once you know you're going to move, call the equipment rental companies for preliminary information. Look in the Yellow Pages under "Trailer Renting & Leasing" or "Truck Renting & Leasing." You may not know the exact size of truck or trailer to get, but you will get an idea of availability and what credit or cash you'll need. According to Hank Willard, Operations Manager at U-Haul, "The amount of material you haul determines your moving needs, but generally a student's ve...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Advertisement | Page Z| 4**%%%%%» <» <**%v»%**% %%%»*%%tt»»%^viv ^¦¦R j ^^ M BjjJ ^^J ^ >JJ| \aaaotx«gfc»3»%%KKX%<t%i»%x%»it<%»»%K%»»«38% The Student Union Board of Governors The Club That brought you: i CO^V»(, t>^ BrinjsYo. "* * 'o£*<*, I ^e ^^e ^° Rites of Spring# 83 *%* j ^ 'WeTUeda&ut' | | j Advanced "Silencers" and "Sharks" concert tickets now on sale... $3 NOW or $4 at the door. j | Tickets available: 1) Main Lobby, 2) Student Activities Office, W-104, or 3) from S.U.B.O.G. Members. j | _ j { ADMISSION j| If DATE EVENT SPONSOR PLACE TIME AND/OR ENTRY j ! 81 i Si Entertainment . ¦ | jj May 14 Extravaganza Capitol Times Auditorium 8:00 p.m. $3.00 Ij !l !! !| May 18 Waterslide RSC People's Park 12 Noon None j !l |! ij May 18 Powder Puff Football SWE Behind Dorms 2:00 p.m. None ij 1 l! I May 18 Bathtub Race PSPE/SAE Meade Hieghts 2:30 p.m. $10 Entry Fee i\ 1 l! jl May 18 Chicken Bar-be-que SUBOG Meade Heights pathway 4:30...

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Bathtubs race through Meade Heights yesterday [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Bathtubs race through Meade Heights yesterday Photos by Jerry Trently (Above) Guys and gals alike enjoyed getting in the driver's seat in their bathtub's on wheels. First place winner in the bathtub race crosses the finish line.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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" Extravaganza " opens Spring week festivities [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

" Extravaganza " opens Spring week festivities Photo by Joe Hart Gina Filippini, Miss Berks County, kicks Spring Week off in style in last Saturday's "Extravaganza" program in the auditorium. Kicking off "Rites of Spring" week on campus last Saturday evening was "Entertainment Extravaganza '83"-a program which combined the talents of four Miss Pennsylvania hopefuls, a professional dance trio from Northeastern Pennsyvlania, and a Capitol Campus dancer in a twohour program in the school auditorium. The event was put together in its entirety by Co-Directors Junior George Yanoshik and Senior Kim Guzzi; and, it was sponsored by the Capitol Times. S.G.A. Vice-President Chris Barrett served as the Master of Ceremonies for the event. Senior Multi-Media Journalism student Monica Auld presented an original dance interpretation to the theme from the movie "Flashdance." She was the only Capitol Campus student to perform. "Although the attendance wasn't overwhelming," said Yanoshik, "I...

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

POKER RACE PJT' ymW SA jf Tfr Applications are available in the gym ! \ s ' / ^pf and registration can be made at the gym ^^ /fld / at 10:30 on race day. / ^r JW/ W^ \ \ w \ Run on Capitol Campus this Saturday, May 21 at 11:00 a.m. Each runner receives \ ^ €§\ a playing card for each of the five miles he runs. The runner with the best poker hand is \ _ ^"L^ a winner. Awards will also be given to the fastest finishers. v. — ^""^ A Come out and try your luck! ( .A-ll, You don't have to be a fast runner to be a winner! H3 Try your hand at luck and head to head competition in \{l Capitol Campus' First Annual "Poker Race." \ F Entry fee is $2.00 for students, and S3.INL for non students. J[ Sponsored by Capitol Campus Roadrunners.

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On the cover [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

On the cover As the term winds down, students find "water sliding" to be a more pleasurable activity than spending time with the books. Although the weather forecast is grim for the conclusion of "Rites of Spring" activities this weekend, SUBOG, sponsor of the event, hopes Mother Nature will be cooperative.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

WE WROTE THE BOOK ON HOW TO PAY FOR COLLEGE. If you plan to go to college, you'll not only need good grades, you 11 need good financing. And joining today's Army can help you get it. If you qualify for the Army College Fund, you can learn a skill while you accumulate up to $15,200 for college in just two years. Or up to $20,100 in three years. And all you contribute is $100 a month from your Army pay. To find out why so many students are making today's Army a prerequisite for college, visit your local Army Recruiter. Ask him for a copy of the Army College Fund booklet. 232-4152 ARMY.BE ALLYOUCAN BE .

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

^gfpuqping The Editorial Staff of TARNHELM, Capitol Campus Arts Magazine, cordially invites you to attend the Reception of the 1983 TARNHELM Magazine to be held Thursday, June second, Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Three in the Gallery Lounge of The Olmsted Building Capitol Campus Refreshments will be served p ——.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Training program offers leadership qualities [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Training program offers leadership qualities By Jo Griffiths Discipline, self-confidence, and leadership are three things all colleges and universities hope to instill in their students by graduation day. Fourteen of Capitol Campus' students know they'll be taking these qualities with them when they graduate. Why? Because they practice them every day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, as members of the Army ROTC program here. ROTC, short for the Reserve Officers Training Corps, is a national university-based organization for recruiting and training future U.S. military officers, and its doing its job well, according to Lt. Col. Robert J. Harman, Professor of Military Science at Dickinson College, and head instructor of the Capitol ROTC program. Acording to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, enrollment is up 87 percent from the 1973-74 school year. Nationwide, a total of 114,451 college students are enrolled in ROTC, and 205,949 high school students are enrolled i...

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

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Harman to leave Capitol ROTC program [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Harman to leave Capitol ROTC program By Jo Griffiths One of the things ROTC cadets here at Capitol Campus study thoroughly is military secrecyr but some haven't mastered the skill. When the cadets here presented departing instructor Lt. Col. Robert J. Harman with some tokens of their appreciation two weeks ago, he knew something was up. He just didn't know exactly what. "It leaked out the day before the ceremony that they were planning something," Harman said. "I just had no idea what they were up to." Harman received a letter of appreciation and a photo of the cadets at Capitol in addition to a small statue of the Penn State Nittany Lion with a plaque reading, "to Lt. Col. Robert J. Harman, with our utmost respect and appreciation." Those words express a deep admiration held by Harman's students for their instructor. Not only does he get out there and work with the cadets, but, in the words of ROTC cadet Jim Demyanovich, "he really motivates people, he really does care." Ha...

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