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STATE OF AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974
STATE OF AFFAIRS by William Matthews On behalf of the Student Government Association I would like to take this opportunity to welcome the incoming students to Penn State Capitol Campus and also to give you some insight to the function and performance of your Student Government. The Student Government is made up of 25 members, both juniors and seniors, who are elected from the various divisions on campus. The Student Government is your vehicle for change within the governmental structure of the college. Because of its proximity and make up it is probably the best opportunity for the singular student to participate and initiate changes within the system. Regardless of the stubborness or unwillingness of groups in power in the higher echelons of a governing structure to effect changes, or for that matter, how receptive and willing groups in power are, an organization designed to be receptive to student needs in order to effect changes is only as effective as it's membership a...
Clothing Drive for the needy [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974
Clothing Drive for the needy A clothing drive for the needy is being sponsored by the Student Government Association. After a recent fire at Lakeview Manor apts. in Union Deposit, twelve families were left without anything. One of the families consisted of a student at Capitol Campus. Several students are working to help these people recover from their hardships. Chairman of this event is Nancy Wilt. If there is anyone who has any articles of clothing, furniture, dishes, toys, etc., which they would be willing to donate please put articles in the boxes distributed around school or contact 944-9714 or 944-0820. Your cooperation will be greatly appreciated. * * * *
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974
The Capitol Campus Reader The C.C. Reader is published by the students of the Pennsylvania State University at Capitol Campus, Middle town, 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
THINGS TO Do [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974
THINGS TO Do John Bradford Langdon Remember when you used to trudge through the snow to meet your buddies at THE sledding hotspot? It probably was the steepest slope within walking distance and was found in several forms. It could've been a block-off street (when schools were closed), the hill behind the schoolyard, or a place in the country. Sledding required only the desire, alot of firmly-packed snow, a sled and your body belly-flopping onto the wooden slats. Well, you can sled, even make a party of it, when it snows at Capitol Campus. The requirements have not changed, and you can find all the necessary ingredients on or near the campus. Make-shift skeds are fairly easy to obtain. For instance, some vinyl or heavy-duty plastic sheeting or large (refrigerator-size) pieces of cardboard can provide easy substitutes for the traditional sled. Some of the favorite manufactured sledding items are the traditional sleds and tobaggans (both come in various sizes), the Snurfer ( A ...
YIIRI iiniriu [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974
YIIRI iiniriu 0x$OHifati«*at "Jtew* The Young Democrats will meet Thursday, January 24th, - tonite - 7:30 in the Heights - 845 A Kirtland Ave., - any questions call Wanda Burkeholder, at 944-3012 or John Murphy at 944-0844. Watergate, Impeachment, Pennsylvania's Gubernatorial election, etc.; all topics of student interest and concern. Our first meeting will establish our objectives and general direction, and it doesn't matter what your party or political leanings. Come join the Young Democrats. Yearbook pictures will be taken and we'll have plenty of beverages. * * * *
S.G.A. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974
S.G.A. The Student Government Association is in desperate need of a Corresponding Secretary. The Senate has been hard pressed to carry on its normal amount of correspondence with other colleges with this seat vacant. Any person interested in this position should drop his or her name and address off in Bob Hetzel's mail box in the S G A Office, W-104. ? * * *
sti cut [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974
sti cut All persons planning to go on the Waterville Valley Ski Trip in March are reminded that the $28 deposit must be turned in by February 6th. Questions? Call George Bishop at 944-1982. ??THINK SHOW^ * * * * The Ski Club skis at Round top every Wednesday. We leave from the Student Center at noon and return about 6:00 p.m. Everyone is invited to join us. ??THINK SNOW^ * * * *
Jin cm [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974
Jin cm (L. to R.) Dr. Swetz, Don Miller, John Cerra and David Thierfelder. The Capitol Campus Judo-Ka Association (CCJA) was constituted several years ago by a group of students who were interested in the Japanese sport of Judo. The club pursues the study of judo as a form of physical culture stressing physical, mental and spiritual discipline. At this time, the club is resuming activities and seeks new members. Instruction is given by Dr. Frank Swetz an Ikkyu (First Degree Brown Belt.) Dr. Swetz was formerly Judo Instructor at the Malayan Teachers College in Malaysia and is registered with the Kodakan in Japan. * * * *
Israeli Speaker [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974
Israeli Speaker Dr. I. Kelson, a leading astro-physicist from Israel, will be here on Monday, January 28, 1974 to deliver an interesting talk on various topics. Dr. Kelson will speak at noon in the school's auditorium on topics such as International Law, Petroleum, and Middle-Eastern Affairs. Plan to attend this important and timely lecture to learn more about current world problems. Dr. Kelson's appearance is being sponsored by the Capitol Campus, the Foreign Policy Assn., A.P.P.M.E., and D.T.K. Support your school and organizations so that more speakers of this caliber can be brought on campus to speak in the future.
D.T.K. Meeting [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974
D.T.K. Meeting Delta Tau Kappa, the international social science honor society, will hold its first meeting of the winter term on Tuesday, January 29, 1974 at 6:30 p.m. in the Gallery Lounge. All DTK members are asked to attend this meeting so that plans for future events can be made. Group pictures will also be taken at this time. SEE YOU THERE in * * * *
TM Ptlll ClOt [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974
TM Ptlll ClOt The Photo Club is going to study camera techniques this term. The study is based on the Nikon School of Photography and the Time-Life Books. The study will include the following themes and the date. The club meets every Monday night in the Gallery Lounge a 8:00. January 21 - Black & White Print Display and a study of lenses. January 28 - Camera Care - Handling - Metering Techniques. February 4 - Filters - Flash Photography - Composition. February 11 - Candid Photography. February 18 - Black and white Print Display and a study of Close-up an d photomacrography. February 25 - Travel Photography March 4 - Colored Slides. March 11 - Special Effects and election of officers. The club plans to have several speakers during the term and a field trip. They also are invited to attend a few talks with the Harrisburg Photo Club. Anyone interested in joining the club - please call Charlie at 944-3992. * * * *
Presidential Election Campaign Fun-d [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974
Presidential Election Campaign Fun-d Disgusted that big-money contributors bought influence during the 1972 Presidential election campaign? Now YOU can join in an experiment in public financing of presidential election campaigns. Congress in 1971 passed a law establishing a $1 income tax check-off system to finance a nonpartisan Presidential Election Campaign Fund beginning with the 1976 election. Money from the Fund will be divided among major and minor political parties according to a formula established by law. Republican and Democratic prsidential nominees will receive equal and major shares of the Fund. Minor party nominees will receive lesser amounts based porportionally on their showing in the last election. If enough taxpayers check off $1, presidential candidates will not be allowed to seek private contributions. If you want to end the influence of big money in politics and want to see election campaigns financed by a large number of small contributors, check the bo...
Donkey Basketball Game [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974
Donkey Basketball Game AT CAPITOL CAMPUS American's craziest and most unpredictable sport - Donkey Basketball - will be featured at Main Street Gym, at 7:30 p.m., on January 25th. The old saying "Stubborn as i mule" will be exemplified when the local boys match wits with the donkeys. The odds are that in most cases the donkeys will win. The old rodea days will be brought to mind when the local Gene Autrys and Roy Rogers take their spills and bounces. There will be plenty of laughs for the entire family during this (unfilled evening. You haven't witnessed basketball until you have seen it played on donkeys. It is really a little different than regular basketball. Taking a shot at the basket, when the donkey decides to go the other way, or decides you have been on his back too long, can be very difficult. Every shot at the basket must be taken while sitting on the donkey. If you are looking for a fun-filled evening for the entire family come out and watch the local "cowboys" cha...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974
ART ASSOCIATION OF HARRISBURG 221 N. Front Street Spring Term February 4 - May 25, 1974 Classes for adults and children Drawing Life Motion picture production Oil Photography Portraits Printing Silk Screen Water Color Most adult classes are $25.00 per term Children Classes - $15.00 - $20.00 per term To Register Call 236-1432 any week-day morning
JJaprr (Eljatir [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 24 January 1974
JJaprr (Eljatir The Reader Reviews by Fred Prouser The Paper Chase, starring Timothy Bottoms of "The Last Picture Show" fame portrays a first year student at Harvard Law School. At the outset, the quest for high marks predominates the concern of many of Hart's (Timothy Bottoms) friends in the dorm. In pursuit of this goal, Hart is asked to join a study group by Ford, a fellow student. Ford, a fifth generation Harvard schemer assumes initial leadership in the film. The purpose of the study group is that it enables members to outline a particular course tor the group and in return receive the other members outlines. The study group becomes crucial at exam time. After a hard night cracking some law books, Hart goes into town for a pizza. While walking back, a girl rushes up and takes his arm. She is being followed and asks him to escort her home. Hart seems to be attracted to her. After she is in the house, Hart gazes at her through the window awhile. The following night he r...