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Reader Spotlights [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
Reader Spotlights The Reader spotlights the Appalachian Film Series, for whatever it is worth. The attendance of the last film entitled the Country Fiddle constituted of three people, the projectionist (although I think he left), and a baby. The film itself was poor. The soundtrack consisted of screeching fiddle music and typed-in messages conveyed the song and the musician. It was produced by the National Folklore Society to promote interest in folklore, but it merely destroyed any interest I had in country fiddle music. Other films in the series have been just as poorly attended. The quality of the film may have driven the people away, but it appears to be a complete lack of interest. The Reader feels that sponsor of the film series should reevalute the films and their purpose. I am sure that neither has measured up to their expectations. It seems that only sex and violence flicks can draw the Capitol Campus student but the Reader feels that a good, cultural film series woul...
STUDENT CENTER DUE FOR A CHANGE? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
STUDENT CENTER DUE FOR A CHANGE? by Fred Prouser The Student Center, a long neglected and seldom used building on campus just might have it's image changed if students are interested. Mr. Jerry South is interested in redesigning the Student Center so it lives up to its name as a place for students. He needs student reaction and ideas of what they would like the Student Center to be. The building is being considered for renovation. When this decision is reached, specific plans must be on hand to justify the need for improvements. John Wren, a student, is currently working on a Group Feasibility Study for the Student Center. This includes an interior design, new equipment, and just about everything that will be needed to make the Student Center a place students will want to go. If any student is interested to help John, he can be reached at 111 Church Hall or 944-9338. Jr stop by Student Affairs and let your ideas be made known before February 15, Remember - Capitol Campus is on...
Bruaeck at Shippenshurg [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
Bruaeck at Shippenshurg "Two Generations of Brubeck" will come to Shippenshurg State College on Monday, February 11, beginning at 8:15 p.m. in Memorial Auditorium. Tickets for the concert performance of Jazz Great Dave Brubeck and the ensemble led by his son, Darius Brubeck, will be sold at the price of $1 a piece at the Cumberland Union Building Information Desk. Tickets may also be obtained by sending remittance and a self-addreesed stamped envelope to the CUB Information Desk % Tim McFeely, director of the CUB, Shippenshurg State College, Shippenshurg, PA 17257.
Chipkickers at Student Center [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
Chipkickers at Student Center In concert next Tuesday night, February 12, will be the Buffalo Chipkickers in the Student Center. The Chipkickers are from State college and many of them are graduates of University Park. The band originated from the musician experiences of Bob Doyle's Old Time Country Banjo Free University class at Penn State University. Since their formation during the Winter of 1973, their fame has spread throughout Central Pennsylvania. Their music has a fresh country flavor and their repertoire extends from the traditional American, Irish, Scottish, Australian and English songs and tunes to the Korson Collection of Pennsylvania work and mining songs. The members of the band are Bob Doyle who plays guitar, banjo, dulcimer, and occasionally the English penny whistle; Joe Dietrich plays the banjo and guitar; the fiddle and mandolin is played by Matthew Guntharp. The guest caller is Dennis Ricker. Part of the Band's popularity are their square dance tunes call...
VENDORVILLE PAINTING CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
VENDORVILLE PAINTING CONTEST Do the colors yellow, blue, purple, green, and grey bring an image to mind? They should - they are the nausating color schemes found in Vendorville. SGA (Student Government Association) has finally agreed on something and have decided to set up a Vendorville Painting Committee. The purpose of this committee is to solicit color schemes and graphic design patterns from the student body. There will be $120.00 awarded in prize money. A student may submit an all encompassing design for Vendorville and win the entire $120.00. Or a student may simply submit a design for one of the 12 areas in Vendorville and win $10.00 The different areas are as follows: The snack bar room; the vending machine room; the two long walls in the main sitting room; and the eight sections divided by cement pillars. One suggestion is to create a color scheme that would envelop all of Vendorville and cover only a few of the areas with a graphic design. The designs that are to b...
Urban Term This Spring [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
Urban Term This Spring The Capitol Campus Urban Term is a ten week educational experience in learning through observing and interacting with public administrators, legislators, and specialists in social problems. Half-day seminars are designed to give breadth to the student's knowledge of urban affairs, to introduce him to state and city leaders and the roles they play and to identify problems for the student to research. Seminars focus on interests of the group and include: community development in city government, the state legislature, the governor's office of program planning and review, human relations, corrections and probation, urban transportation, environmental resource protection, the state government personnel system, new ways to provide health care, county government, women and politics, manpower training and problems of school systems. Many students choose internships in which they spend 20 or more hours a week working in a legislator's office or an agency. Most i...
CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT CENTER Now Taking Customers [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT CENTER Now Taking Customers by John Bradford Langdon A brand-new educational project, the Capitol Campus Child Development Center, opened its. doors for the first time on February 4. Located in the Student Center's gameroom, the center's program for preschool children will benefit working parents and provide education students, specializing in Early Childhood Development, with additional training through observation and teaching. The Child Development Center is open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Two years in the making, the Child Development Center is the product of a handworking committee currently headed by Dr. Robert J. Lesniak, chairman of the Education Department. Dr. Stanley N. Miller, Dr. Donald K. Alexander and Operations Supervisor of the center, Dr. Sureshrani Verna, compose the rest of the committee. Dr. Kathryn T. Stakey was chairman of the original committee and guided its project through the early stages. The committee h...
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
CALENDAR THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7 7:00 IEEE meeting in E-240. Ron Synder will be the speaker. 8.06 ITE meeting in 216 A. Klein will be the speaker. Yearbook meeting at 833B Nelson. 12:00 and 8:00 Appalachian film series in auditorium. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11 7:30 Martial Arts class in the Rec./Athletics Building 8:00 Photo Club in E-247 Head Shop - Faculty and Student Rap in lounge Second floor Wrisberg Hall. 9:00 - 3:00 Rind Day in Vendorville TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 1:30 Bob Doyle and the Buffalo Chipkickers in auditorium. 6:00 Meade Heights Board of Governors Communal Dinner followed by the Pinochle Tournament 6:30 D.T.K. meeting in the TV Lounge 7:00 Yearbook meeting at 833B Nelson. 8:00 The Chipkickers in the Student Center i/VEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 12:00 Chess Club meeting in the Gallery Lounge 1:00 Judo in Rec./Athletics Building THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14 v/alentine's Day 12:00 and 8:00 Appalachian Film Series in Auditorium.
Nagel Exhibit Now in Lounge [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
Nagel Exhibit Now in Lounge A collagraph exhibition of prints by Stewart L. Nagel is now being shown in the Gallery Lounge of Penn State's Capitol Campus till February 15. The exhibition, which is open to the public from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, is free. Presently an associate professor of graphic arts at Bloomsburg State College, Nagel will be offering a course in printmaking and graphics at the Capitol Campus during the Spring Term which begins March 22. He earned a bachelor of fine arts from the Cooper Union, a Master of fine arts from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, and has done additional post graduate work at Hunter College. Nagel is the author of Collagraph Printmaking: A Study of Process and Form and has produced, directed and edited a film on the subject. He has lectured at the Smithsonian Institution and Howard and George Washington universities. Nagel's works have been exhibited in major galleries in the east and many are in private collect...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
The Capitol Campus Reader The C.C. Reader is published by the students of the Pennsylvania State University at Capitol Campus, Middletown, 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 Fred Prouser, Bob Hetzel Fred Shattls, Gerhard Reich John Langdon, Romeo Trajanus & Paul Eggert. Staff Photographer John Fisher Cover Photo by John Fisher * * * *
STUDENT TEACHERS IN PANAMA [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
STUDENT TEACHERS IN PANAMA Cheryl Cohn and Carol Matter are student teaching in the Canal Zone (Panama) this term along with several other student teachers from the Park. Carol writes: "I am almost a teacher! I have a red marking pen; doesn't that qualify me? This wonderful pen was given to me by Coco Solo Elementary School to mark papers officially in red. "The schools have an overabundance of supplies and materials available. My only complaint is the Social Studies program for primary grades. The series they use (when and if they do) is from 1958! Horrible textbooks! Their big thing down here is reading. They just changed over to Lippincott and all the teachers are complaining about getting used to a new series. "The kids in my class are from all over the States. Also, they've traveled a bit if their parents are in the military. They're great resources for a unit - Children of the World. "We'll be thinking of you "Stateside" people as we swim in the Atlantic and Pacific Ocea...
Letters [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
Letters Dear Editor: It's three a.m. in the middle of a very rough night and I just found an old copy of the Reader underneath my mattress. My question: what happened to Agamemnon O'Brien now that will need him? In arms, Elmo the Thud * * * *
l.l.E [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
l.l.E The Capitol Campus Student Chapter of the Institute of Traffic Engineers will present Professor Ambrose Klain on Thursday, February 7, 1974, at 8 p.m. in Room 216, adjacent to the auditorium. Professor Klain will speak on the subject of "American Transportation in the Age of Scarcity." Refreshments will be served following a question and. answer period. Everyone is invited to attend. Bring a friend. * * * *
Tour oi Philadelphia [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
Tour oi Philadelphia See what Philadelphia is like. There will be a field trip with Social Science 440 and Regional Planning 400 to Philadelphia on Saturday, March 2. We will leave at 7:30 a.m. and return by 8 p.m. The cost is $7.20 to cover the cost of transportation down and back. Arrangements can be made for lunch and a theatre show after our tour of the city. Contact Prof. A. Klain or A. Frame 825B Nelsor; Ave. Tickets will be sold in Vendorville 4th period Tuesday and Thursday, 3rd period Wednesday after the 19th of February. * * * *
FACULTY-STUDENT RAP [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
FACULTY-STUDENT RAP (l. to r.) George Dressier, administrative officer; Kathy Donnelly, a student; and 2d Beckcounselor. by Fred Prouser A small group of students and faculty members held a rap session sponsored by the Head Shop on Monday, January 21. The session was informal and one of the opening thoughts expressed was why we are in college anyhow. Some people held that they were here to prepare for a job. This was countered by Ed Beck with the fact that the average person changes careers five times during their lifetime. Several students agreed that they were here solely because they wanted to have a learning experience and just the simple fact to better themselves as people. The purpose of college was kicked around a bit. If college is primarily to prepare the student for a job, couldn't a technical school do just as well a job in a shorter period of time and in an inexpensive way? Those that still chose to go on to college would do so because they desired to further the...
Xfil'S [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
Xfil'S Vietnam veterans hospitalized at the Coatesville Veterans' Administration Hospital had their lives brightened Saturday, January 26, by visits and entertainment provided by members of the Chi Gamma Iota (XGI) fraternity from Penn State's Capitol Campus. Approximately 20 members of the local veterans' organization delivered more than 2,000 paper back books and magazines to the hospital which will help fill many hours for the patients in the weeks to come. Cakes, cookies, and donuts baked by fraternity members' wives brought a touch of home to the men, also. Special entertainment was provided for the men by Richard Little, a Hatboro magician engaged by the local fraternity. * * * *
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
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