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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 4 October 1973
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 4 October 1973
¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ Lisa Yaffe: Old friend desperately seeking you out. Please contact Frank in the Reader Office. * * * * Juniors! Why wait until next year to run the school? Come and help us at the C.C. Reader and who knows what may happen next year. * * * * Who says Bobby Fisher has no competition? Capitol Campus Chess Club, Regroup! Meeting Wednesday 12 noon Gallery/Lounge. * * * * Get involved! Because if nothing about this school concerns you - then take a correspondence course. * * * * ¦ Attention: Marian Kreger listed in the hand book and Hilltopper as Education Faculty is also Director of Counseling Services.
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Conditions in Meade Heights [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
Conditions in Meade Heights IQecule* SfKxtU^U Front and center in the Spotlight is the condition of the houses in Meade Heights. The disgusting rundown and unpainted appearance of the houses has been shoved in the corner too long. As you drive into the Heights, many of the houses have newly painted sheds in a rainbow of colors. The lawns are well trimmed and any visitor would be very impressed. As you drive to the other end of the Meade Heights, the houses are noticeably more rundown and many of the sheds are not painted or if they are, simply painted white. It also troubled the C.C. Reader that the time involved to repaint the sheds is quite long. Does it really take one to two days to paint a shed? Well, that is the time the painters are taking. If twenty sheds have to be painted, it would take forty days to complete the task, barring any bad weather. Forty days? The world was destroyed by a flood in forty days. Ironical isn't it. The condition of the external areas of m...
S.G.A. ELECTIONS COMING UP [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
S.G.A. ELECTIONS COMING UP By Bob Hetzel Student Government Association elections for Junior department and at large Senate seats are slated to be held Thursday, October 25 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Gallery Lounge. There arc 9 seats to be filled; 6 department seats (Math-Science, Social Science, Education, Humanities, Engineering and Business) and 3 at-large seats. Each individual must run as a candidate for his or her department's seat. Those individuals who receive the highest number of votes in each department will be designated that department's Senator. The remaining candidates will then be listed in order of the number of votes received, regardless of his or her department standing. The highest 3 will then be designated as the Junior at-large Senator. There is one at-large seat for each 200 Junior undergraduate students. The current Junior undergraduate enrollment is 731. The main requirement for all candidates is that he or she be registered as a full-time Junior t...
A Plea for Mass - Transit [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
A Plea for Mass - Transit By Jim Bollinger Last spring, after years in the red, the Harrisburg Railways Company decided to fold its problem-plagued bus service, apparently curtailing the only mass-transit system available in the Harrisburg Area. Realizing the enormity of the situation, Mayor Swenson seized this development as an opportunity to further a personal dream of his - to create a municipally-owned mass-transit system to serve the Metro-Harrisburg Area. After a relatively short period of deliberations with Dauphin and Cumberland County representatives, the Capitol Area Transit System was born. CATS was formed to supplant the obsolete privately-owned bus system with a publicly-owned system designed to fit the needs of the Dauphin-Cumberland metropolitan area, and to ease the traffic congestion choking the city and suburbs every work-day. Since its inception, the Authority's programs have all been aimed at only bus transportation. They have promoted and even attempted ...
Gef a Job [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
Gef a Job University Park, Pa. - The liberal arts student would do well to gain some practical experience in his future career field before his graduation from college. The advice comes from 1970 graduates of the College of the Liberal Arts at The Pennsylvania State University, polled in a survey conducted by the Liberal Arts Student Council. John A. Casciotti, of Altoona, a senior in political science, said that the survey brought response from almost one-third of the class of 1970 graduates. Internships, practicums, independent study projects, summer jobs, student activities, and volunteer work were all named as valuable supplements to classroom education and also impressive to prospective employers. The respondents also suggested including some business knowledge in their liberal arts education, especially in such fields as accounting, management, and business administration. Over 90 per cent of the respondents were satisfied with their jobs, finding them exciting, chal...
New Computer Science Option [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
New Computer Science Option George Gumas, Clifford Mason, John Redingtin, and F. X. Splane are members of the committee to implement a computer science option on a graduate and undergraduate level. The course will be an interdivisional education effort, or in other words, it will not be classified under any specific curriculum. The course will provide a broad educational scope and will focus on the operation of computers. The latter including programming, systems analysis, and operations. If enough people show interest, the course will be offered in the winter term. Juniors in particular are urged to participate in the undergraduate program. All interested undergraduates and graduates should see Dr. Splane in room W-305. * * * *
Help! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
Help! The C.C. Reader has cried, crawled, and pleaded with people to help the newspaper. The paper is not what it should be - the student's voice. Our staff is pitifully small and we really do need help. If anyone is interested in doing some newsy work, we need reporters to interview faculty members, gather the minutes to club meetings, and general school news. If you are an artist, we need cartoon writers and illustrators. Are you a poet? We would like to publish your works. Are you a wizard in the kitchen? The Reader is sure that the students in Meade Heights would appreciate some simple and tasty dishes. If you have any ideas, suggestions, or complaints, the Reader welcomes all of them. Drop your articles in the Newspaper office W-104. * * * *
Campus Religious programs [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
Campus Religious programs On Thursday, October 11 and Friday, October 12, a table will be set up in Vendorville for all students who are interested in starting a new campus organization, Campus Crusade for Christ. At this time free copies of "Good News for Modern Man," a contemporary version of the "New Testament," will be available for all students. Anyone with questions should contact Caddie Labar in Meade Heights. Each week there are several types of religious programs on campus. Rev. George W. Hough, an Episcopal minister is available to students from 1 to 3' p.m. each Tuesday in the Counseling Center. Starting Sunday, October 14, a Protestant service will be held each Sunday in the Student Center at 2:30 p.m. The Catholic mass will still be conducted at 3:45 p.m. as already announced. A listing of area churches and service times is available in the Student Affairs Office W-103. * * * *
CLEP EXAMS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
CLEP EXAMS Mary E. Gundel, Admissions Director at Penn State's Capitol Campus, announced that the College Level Entrance Examination will be offered at the Middletown Campus on October 20 at 8 a.m. Two kinds of CLEP exams are offered monthly at this Central Pennsylvania Testing Center. The general examinations measures achievement in five basic areas of Liberal Arts - English composition, humanities, mathematics, natural science, and social sciences -- history. Deadline for filing applications for these exams is October 17. Persons desiring to enter college at an advanced level with credit for material learned outside the formal classroom may take the CLEP examinations and have the scores sent to the college. Capitol Campus and many other institutions of higher learning in Central Pennsylvania grant academic credit for the CLEP exams. Persons wishing to take the exams should inquire at the institution they wish to attend as to whether credit will be accepted for the CLEP exa...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
aKKKKKKtSKKKKKKKKKKKWKMKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKt (? (2 tftUeada* atf Svwtt THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11 - Ski Club's All Day Bake Sale in Vendorville. - 9 p.m. Bowling at Middletown Lanes. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12 - First day to file for Pass/Fail - Closing date for testing for admission to Business Grad Study. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14 - 3:45 Mass in the Student Center. MONDAY, OCTOBER 15 - 6:30 Head Shop.- 6:30 S.G.A. Meeting in the Gallery/Lounge - 7:30-9 p.m. Martial Arts in the Athletic building. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16 - Football Team Registration Ends 5 p.m. in the Rec/Ath building- 7 p.m. M.H.B.O.G. Meeting at the Middle Earth - 7:30 p.m. Slimnastics in the Rec/Ath. - 8 p.m. "The Candidate" at the Student Center - Last day for Pass/Fail - Last day to drop a course. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17-12 noon Chess Club Meeting Gallery/Lounge - 9 p.m. Bowling at the Middletown Lanes. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18 - Closing date for N.T.E. - 7:30-9 p.m. Martial Arts in Rec/Ath Building - 9 p.m. Bowling at the Middletown Lan...
What, no pets - What happened? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
What, no pets - What happened? By Charlie Many students returned to school with a pet and an optimistic thought. They felt that surely after all the hard work of last year it would result in a pet policy for Meade Heights. The disappointment was great and Housing gave students up to Friday to remove the pet from University property. To get two sides of the issue, George Dressier and Pat Murphy expressed their regret but both stated that the "no" decision was handed down from University Park; and Capitol had to accept the answer. The following was a list of rules established by University Park on the ground that the presence of animals is unsanitary and a nuisance. 1. Animals, other than those involved in approved research or instruction or seeing eye dogs, are not permitted in University buildings under any circumstances. 2. Animals are permitted to be on University property, except inside University buildings, so long as they are properly leased and under proper direct pers...
P.S.E.A. Revamped [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
P.S.E.A. Revamped The recently elected officers of PSEA (Roland Hoke, president; Jim Mayer, vice president; Emily Bambrick, secretary; and Dick Emrick, treasurer) are tired of the same old crap - coming to classes, going home, and belonging to dues-paying-only clubs. In an attempt to induce vigor and a sense of active participation into PSEA, groundwork has begun toward creating an organization whose focus is fun, fellowship, and service. For the lushes, a keggar is tentatively scheduled for the first or second Tuesday of November. For those interested in the cheap physical stuff, sign up outside W-351 for the first co-ed flag football intramural team ever to be organized at j Capitol. Iris Prager, instructor of physical education at Capitol, has already agreed to serve as coach. In addition, PSEA also is making plans to sponsor a Halloween party, to attend a Hershey Bears' hockey game in the winter term, and to go on a retreat at Stone Valley during the spring term. Long ra...
Meade Heights [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
Meade Heights The first meeting of the Meade Heights Board of Governors was held October 2, 1973 at 7 p.m. at the "Middle Earth" Coffee House. Nominations were excepted for the officers for 73-74 term. Elected officers were: President - Gerhard R. Reich. Vice President - Carmella Cannone. Secretary - Richard Cimochjand Treasurer - Irene Turnier. A committee was formed for the revision of the Board of Governors Constitution. The committee is; Jerry Reich, Carmella Cannone, Rich Cimoch, Irene Turnier, Lou Slepetz. The housing contract committee will be set up at the next meeting. Activities: A communal dinner is to be held October 16 at 6 p.m. at the coffee house. Anyone wishing to attend is welcome. The committee set up for the organization of the dinner is: Peg Furey, Carmella Cannone, and Irene Turnier. Coffee House Committee is also going to be set up. Anyone with ideas of activities to be held at the Coffee House or with an interest in setting up or participating in Folks...