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FocusJs on you In small media program [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

FocusJs on you In small media program By Alice M. Duncan and George P. Yanoshik, Jr. People grow when nurtured in the warm light of personal attention. It happens in close families, in small towns, and in the media concentration at PSU's Capitol Campus. Majoring in media at Capitol Campus is a personal growth experience. This is the only upper division and graduate campus in the massive Penn State University system, yet it offers the intimacy and personal attention found in private schools. "You know everyone and everyone knows you," says Marcia Rogers, a media senior. g Photograph by Sheryl Machlta "Students and teachers learn from each other, and grow together." Media students seldom number more than 40 to 50 people here. According to the Fall 1982 enrollment statistics, the average Multi-Media class has only 12 students. And media is part of Humanities at Capitol, where the average in fall of '82 was only 16 • "The size makes it friendly," says Florence Churchill, a m...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Writing takes many roads atC [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Writing takes many roads atC By Jo Griffiths and Jim Kushlan If you clutch up at the thought of writing an essay, a auiz , or even a letter to mom, ten media isn't for you. Writing is the basis of a career in any of the communications arts. Visual or print. In a recent survey of media professionals throughout the Harrisburg-York-Lancaster-Lebanon area, the most frequently asked for skill in a media job candidate was—you guessed it—writing. But if you have a flair for words and want to build it into a career as a communicator, then "As a writer, I'm serving people and if you're serving others, {ou must be able to write in all orms and do it well." Judith Faruquee Media Senior Capitol Campus is the place to develop. And not just in newspaper journalism. Here media students explore all forms of writing including poetry, short stories, video and print, screenplays, and novel. Judy Faruquee, a Multi-Media senior, is currently putting the finishing touches on the first chapter o...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Media is a Liberal Art here at Capitol [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Media is a Liberal Art here at Capitol By Marsha Larsen If you major in Multi-Media Journalism at Penn State's Capitol Campus, you will experience a liberal arts education while preparing for a specific career in the broadcast or print media. It's like sampling all the pies in a pastry shop, but learning how to bake the one you like best. A traditional J-school serves one variety of education: whowhat-when-where journalism with a goal of political or investigative reporting. Nice, but hot liberal. The Multi-Media option grew from a desire at Capitol Campus to broaden the basic Humanities curriculum, strengthen it, and provide a practical outlet for career opportunities. Also, Humanities Division Head John Patterson says, "We realized the critical role of communicators in our society and that they should be interested in the broader implications of what's going on in the world." As a result, a media program has evolved that stresses mor...

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

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Every day is different in Media [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 19 May 1983

Every day is different in Media By Barbara Myers In a vast and intricate universe of communication which includes newspapers, magazines, books, radio, television, motion pictures, advertising, and public relations, careers in media are everywhere. The Federal Communications Commission estimates that over 40 percent of the American workforce is in some way involved in moving information, and for those with media skills, this means vital work exists in virtually every community. "A career in media," says Al Lee, assistant professor of media at Capitol Campus, "offers great diversity. Every day is different. You are challenged, involved in the latest happenings, and conversant with celebrities, opinion leaders, and ordinary people in all walks of life." Lee should know. He came to teach at Capitol Campus after 16 years as a professional writer and editor, with hundreds of magazine and newspaper articles and 15 books authored. He says: "For people in media -t...

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It's not business as usual in the business division [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

It's not business as usual in the business division By James Pt Jtushjan It certainly hasn't been business as usual in the Division of Business Administration this semester, A division head was fired and temporarily replaced with an acting head, pending the appointment of a new head. This comes in the midst of the division's drive to seek national accreditation, a quest now to be postponed for a year. Dr. Harold L. Gilmore, Professor of Management, was removed from his post as head of the Division of Business Administration August 31 by Dr. Stanley N. Miller, Acting Provost/Dean. Gilmore will retain a teaching position, but Dr. Christopher K. McKenna, head of the Division of Public Affairs, is filling in as Acting Division Head, by Miller's appointment. In a September 8 Capitol Times interview, Miller declined to reveal any reasons for Gilmore's firing. Referring to his letter of termination, Miller said: "All division heads serve at the ——^^—^—————-^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^t ...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
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Campus expansion predicted for coming year [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

Campus expansion predicted for coming year By Tim Hagan According to reports in the July edition of Currents, a monthly publication put out by the campus Public Relations office, long-range plans instituted by former Provost/Dean, Theodore Gross, will dramatically change the face of Capitol Campus by Fall Semester, 1984. Plans include the construction of at least three new buildings, including the two-million dollar Science and Technology Building; a new bookstore; and a cultural center. Currently under construction, the Science and Tech. Bldg. is being completed ahead of schedule due to exceptional weather conditions, according to reports to the Office of Maintenance and Utilities Operations. Robert Hamill, Manager of Personnel and Business Services, Please see "EXPANSION," Pg- 5 Graphic courtesy Capitol Currents Artist's rendition of campus expansion; (clockwise from left corner), Multi-Purpose Building (in place), would be remodeled to serve as campus center; Bookstore ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

< « STUDENT m GOVERNMENT « ELECTIONS 6M Junior elections for Senate positions Qfliy -Positions Available: J9L ^•IMP O RTANT*** *Behavioral Science & Education /^j^^T^^lf^ in order to run for any position * Business Administration (^M^JS^mA you must have a G.P.A. of 2.0 *Uuir»nnitioc i iCTa, I**Jf vt l/zOv^ or higher and be a full-time student nUmanlTieS Vin*r/tj M7W Tv^ (at least 12 credits) * PublJC AffOifS J JTl j [ f V fTT * Science & Engineering a¥r^ _ X ^Vis * Senator-At-Large (4 positions) Stand out in a crowd Applications are available in the Student Activities Office. Candidates must sign up for screening, Wed. Sept. 21 & Thurs. Sept. 22, intheSGA Lounge. DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS - TUES., OCTOBER 4, 1983. The Student Government Association urges ALL graduate and undergraduate students to vote I on Tuesday October 41

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Bicycles block handicapped' access [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

Bicycles block handicapped' access Eline to safety hazard, campus' Police Services prohibits the parking of bicycles along the ramp outside the main entrance to the Olmsted BuiKlingT^ksigned for handicapped students. Police Services requests students to use bicycle racks near the west wing of the main building for parking.

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Career Fair next month [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

Career Fair next month The Office of Career Planning/Placement will sponsor a Career Fair in Room 216 on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 4th and 5th, from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. The fair is designed to give students of various majors the opportunity to obtain information from different employers and will be represented by Capitol Campus alumni, government, business, and social organizations. Look for bulletins and flyers at the end of the month fijr a listing of organizations.

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SGA application deadline tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

SGA application deadline tomorrow Deadlines for applications for Student Government is tomorrow, September 23. No screening or applications will be accepted after this date. One Junior will be elected to represent the students in each of the following divisions on Tuesday, October 4th: Behavioral Science and Education, Business Administration, Humanities, Public Affairs, Science and Engineering, Senior-At-Large (4 positions). In order to run for any position you must file an application in the Student, Activities Office, W-104, and must have a G.P.A. of 2.0 or higher as a full-time student with 12 or more credits. For more information, contact Sue Rogers, SGA secretary at 944-2248.

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Counseling Center workshops offered [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

Counseling Center workshops offered The Counseling Center is offering workshops for graduate study applicants on Monday, September 26 (6:30-8:30 pm.) or Tuesday, Sept. 27 (12:30-2:00 pm.) Drs. Marion Krieger, and Ed Beck, Counselors, stressed it is not too soon to get the application process started now if you plan to attend graduate school in Fall, 1984. The Counseling Center also offers workshops on stress reduction starting October 17. Editor's note: Events are published free on the "Briefly" page. Organizations can pick up information forms in the Student Activities, or Capitol Times offices, and return them to Michele Haley, Events Editor, c/o Capitol Times.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

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Gilmore released, accreditation in question [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

Gilmore released, accreditation in question "GILMORE," continued from Pg. 1 doesn't help. A modest assessment of the situation is that the process of accreditation will be more difficult. It adds one more problem to the several we already have. The problem is stability, continuity and sense of mission." Miller said the "important thing in the long run" is "how much commitment from the faculty and students we have to the campus and the programs, and the amount of resources that can be allocated to the programs." "The goals and commitment to the business program haven't changed because of any change in leadership," he said. "I would think that if everything is in order when the accreditation team comes in, a change in leadership shouldn't affect their decision." Referring to the possibility that Gilmore's firing could impede the accreditation process, Miller said in his September 8 interview: "One would have to be clairvoyant. Maybe it would delay it a year, but I wouldn't eve...

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Expansion outlined, bookstore, library priorities [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

Expansion outlined, bookstore, library priorities "EXPANSION," continued from pg. 1 said a floor plan sketch of the new bookstore has been received from University Park, and that the Bookstore Committee on this campus is discussing site possibilities for the structure. The new bookstore is set to be proposed to the Board of Trustees next month. A campus cultural center would contain the Humanities Division, a 400-seat theatre, and the library. Dr. Charles Townley, Head of Heindel Library, believes a new library is a priority for this campus. "Right now, this facility is the minimum accepted standard of an adequate library for a school of this size. . .there isn't enough room for all of the students now, and within four years, we will be out of shelving space which means we would have to start discarding volumes," Townley said. According to Townley, a library on the scale of the one recently completed at Gettysburg College would adequately serve this campus. That facility h...

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New center helps drive down costs [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

New center helps drive down costs By Shirley Marquet Carpooling is a great way to fight the doldrums of a long car ride, an excellent way to make new friends, meet fellow students, and save money at the gas pump. The commuter center in the basement of the Olmsted Building, near the Lion's Den, is new this semester, and designed to help students coordinate travel plans. The center was researched and implemented by Leslie Zuidema, Administrative Assistant in the said Zuidema, "because many students who commute are evening students and the office closes at 5 pm. These night students were unable to take advantage of the system." Statistically the center has potential for heavy use. According to Patricia Eagle, a campus accounting clerk, about 69 per cent of Capitol Campus' students drive to school. In addition to providing this large population with carpool possibilities, the center has road maps outlining various commuter travel routes and information on C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

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