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Murphy Decision Set For March 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
Murphy Decision Set For March 5 Interview Pat Murphy and Doug Megla Doug: "Could you tell me some of the events that have taken place since our last interview?" Pat: "I had a meeting with Dr. Grimm. I did hand in a resignation. There were reasons for that, mainly I got a little scared." Doug: "Is there any information you'd like to relate to the students?" Pat: "I am convinced that the resignation of Sherry and Mrs. Long were the best things for them." Doug: "Can you give me a date when you will know Grimm's final decision?" Pat: "From what I've been told in the meeting today, Dr. Grimm said within two weeks from today, by March 5th." Doug: "Will you stay if the administration does not accept your resignation?" Pat: "Yes, I will stay." Doug: "How would you define the job of Student Affairs in the University?" Pat: "Well, as part of the university family I think we can be a liason between the students and the faculty and to serve the out-of-class needs of students to serve an...
Students Attend Convention [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
Students Attend Convention Lee Levan, Dave Stacks, and Barbara Brown, all Capitol Students attended the national convention of the College Young Democrats on February 12, 13, and 14th in Saint Louis, Missouri. The convention is the annual meeting of Young Democrats from college throughout the United States. Lee and Barbara are Social Science seniors, and David is a Social Science junior. Lee is also president of the SGA. David is the president of the Young Democrats Organization of Capitol Campus. All three students are looking forward to the State CYD meeting which will be held at University Park this weekend.
Letters To The Editor: [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
Letters To The Editor: Dear Editor: After reading the articles submitted by Mr. T. Wimmer and the "Dude Hadfield" I was gripped with a desire to write a few words of my own. Articles have been written about what to do about the conditions on campus, especially at the "prison compounds" known as the dorms. When there is a complaint, we get those petitions signed to show our unity. I think if we were united, we wouldn't have such a noise problem in the dorms. Methods of sound-proofing would improve the living conditions at the dorms. But I feel people could do their share also, e.g. couldn't we turn down phones so they wouldn't ring so loud? There are supposed to be consideration hours in the dorms...but. People who know me will break-up when they realize it is me writing this. I am also guilty of slamming doors, yelling obscene metaphors in the halls, or playing my stereo too loud. However, if I am annoying someone, why don't they ask me to keep the noise down? Whatever happe...
2-S [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
2-S 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.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 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 invited? Name (seniors only) :
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 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 : :
ENVIRONMENTAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
ENVIRONMENTAL NEWS ENVIRONMENTAL FILM 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.
THE COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
THE COLUMN WHERE'S THE PROBLEM, BUDDY? by Terry K. Wimmer The growing crisis involving the possible separation of Pat Murphy from the Office of Student Affairs has brought to my attention the genesis of an even more potentially dangerous crisis within the academic community here at Capitol. Students and members of the faculty represented at the College Council meeting held last Thursday afternoon publicly questioned the organizational structure and idealogical concept of the Office of Student Affairs. The problem evolved when members of the Student Affairs Committee (consisting of students, faculty and administration) questioned Director Herpel on why they were not informed of the re-alignment there will not be only assistants to Dean Grimm on Residence (as is Pat Murphy) and Student Activities, but also two new positions consisting of a Student Activities Coordinator and a Residence Coordinator. Doesn't it seem amazing that the administration of this University can proceed ...
POET'S CORNER [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
POET'S CORNER They. You know how you go nuts looking and you're ruined as you press it and it's bounced by the public eye A movie magic society labels you the fool When they cart away your will and fill it with a recipe that's guaranteed sure to make you an individual. Well resentment resultsand even this is part of the form They breed friction they think so pious as to create war between teams of duplicate individuals—having the common effort to be unique, "Hey, I'm a freak." by Stan Saltzberg
NOW AND BEYOND [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
NOW AND BEYOND by Skip Lewis "I've worked the way I've been trained and the school shouldn't be so concerned with appearance of the thing, but the attitude of the people. I work for people and with people. That's what I've learned and that's the way I've acted." So feel the many students who rallied to voice their objections at the second Capitol Campus College Committee meeting, in reference to Pat Murphy's contract not being renewed. As student after student rose and spoke his mind, some more fluently than others, waves of anxiety came streaming across in the form of alarm at the possibility of losing an invaluable means of communication with the administration to what seemed to be Capitol Campus' little genocide, in the form of distrust in having to accept "professional decision, professional judgement" as a valid reason for dismissal. What seemed a tolerable, though dehumanizing, situation between a student and the Student Affairs Office, became intolerable when Miss M...
BITCH BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
BITCH BOX BITCH BOX-Drop your bitches off here, near the main entrance. A committee has been established for the revision of rules which govern students here at Capitol Campus. Some of you may have gripes, complaints or maybe misunderstandings concerning certain rules that govern you. A "Bitch Box" is now available for these gripes. If you have a bitch concerning any rule write it down and throw it in the bitch box. The committee will do its best to try and work out, in any way possible, these complaints. The box will be located on the bulletin board near the round table. So don't be afraid. If you don't agree with something, let us know. It may be grades, credits, student activities, exams or maybe even health. We will be happy to hear from you.
Analysis: "The Turned On Crisis" [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 24 February 1971
Analysis: "The Turned On Crisis" by Tom Hagan The third and fourth installments of the eight-part series, "The Turned On Crisis", were aired two weeks ago. On Monday, the 8th, "Say What We Feel, Not What We Ought To Say," was shown. It might have been better to have called it, "Say What They Think We Feel." The premise, to show the " ..iinsensitivity among and between youth and adult members of the community," was certainly a good one. But the "docu-drama" was a little too dramatic, and more ficticious than a documentary. At least over-dramatization was not the problem in Wednesday's show, "The Shade of a Toothpick." The highlight of the evening showed members of a drop-in center in California discussing their methods of helping those who came to them. They treated the people as individuals who happened to be using drugs, not as criminals. It was emphasized that they did not consider it their right to moralize on the use of the various kinds of drugs, but rather, why the ind...