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

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
What happened to the Lion's Tale? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

What happened to the Lion's Tale? By Jerry Trently, Jr. Even Lee Iaccoca wouldn't have wanted it. It lasted two terms and disappeared, but reasons for the Lion's Tale's demise came from the production and financial burdens it placed on it's father publication, and apparent lack of student interest. In its March 29, 1983 issue, Capitol Times published a survey giving readers the choice to vote to keep its weekly newsletter, Lion's Tale, or allow it to become a brief edit in Capitol Campus' history. As had been expected by many on the Times staff, response to the survey was exceptionally poor, resulting in Lion's Tale's discontinuance. Already burdended with Times responsibilities, no one on the larger monthly wanted editorship of the Tale, which had been done previously by students on independent study. "I never really enjoyed doing it," said former Tale editor, Joseph Guberman, "but it helped me fulfill my graduation requirements through independent study credits." Lion'...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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P^»s^ [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

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

nines Thursday, September 22, 1983 Vol. 18, No. 1 Editorial Board Jerome J. Trently, Jr Executive Editor Klmberly C. Bush Business Manager Sean C. Ferry Advertising Manager James P. Kushlan Production Manger Jeffrey G. Shatzer Photography Editor Robert H. Rejmanlak Sports Editor Michele Haley Events Editor Al Lee Advisor Contributing staff Jeanne A. Ballets Shirley V. Marquet Thomas O. Dekle Linda A, McCarty Sharon L. DePalma Michael Markle James E. Fitzroy Tony G. Perry Timothy Hagan Betsy J. Sheehan Francoise G. Hultzapple Donald R. Strausburger Beatrice Kessler Angela M. Vecchlo Harry D. Lucas George P. Yanoshlk, Jr. The Capitol Times welcomes letters from readers. Letters intended for publication must indicate the writer's affiliation, if any. All letters MUST be signed by the writer. Unsigned letters will not be printed. Capitol Times reserves the right to reject or edit letters to the editor for any material that may be libelous, does not conform to publication standards, or...

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

"For a student on campus it might be alright, but for a commuter it would be a major inconvenience." Robert Weldon Public Policy I Would you rather have your l classes and club meetings in the same building, or spread out among other campus buildings? "It's more convenient here, but if that is a group's only alternative I would go along with it." Susan Kubli Building Construction and Technology i "It's hard enough to get student involvement while the clubs meet here in this building.'1 Wendy Batkin Accounting "Some of my clubs already meet outside of Olmsted, but it is convenient not to travel outside the main building." John M. Brightwell Marketing/Management/General Business , "We are better off here, it's hard enough to get people to attend meetings here, let alone in another building." Bernie Kozlowski DPMA "I don't think it's a hot idea. It's alot more convenient to have classes and meetings all in one building." * Leah Hitchens Behavioral Science rnoros oy jen ...

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

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BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBBaaaaaaasiasssal Radio buff brings world to living room [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBBaaaaaaasiasssal Radio buff brings world to living room By Jim Fttzroy At the first news that a Korean Air Lines flight was shot down by the Russians, Peter Dehart went to his short wave radio. From experience he knew just where to tune to get Radio Korea, out of Seol. He later monitored broadcasts by Radio Moscow and BBC International while collecting several hours of tape on the incident for his library. "Those of the Russians and Koreans," he says, "have been carefully worded official statements, while the BBC has been more direct." He regrets he doesn't speak Russian, and would like to know what the Soviets are telling their own people about the disaster. His radio makes him privy to those programs too. With all the world trying to send out messages ranging from cultural to propagandistic, from emergency to the frivilous, the airwaves are indeed flooded with information. When he's not involved with this political and cultural diversity...

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

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k—iaaaa__a_______ a| aaaaaaaa NASA Colonel shuttles PSU souvenirs to space [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

k—iaaa_a_a__a___B_a_______a| aaaaaaaa NASA Colonel shuttles PSU souvenirs to space By Fran Hultzapple Astronaut Colonel Guion Bluford took a bit of Penn State with him into space this month. The Penn State graduate said in a recent Capitol Times interview: "I took up several objects both for the university and its aerospace department and plan to deliver them this Fall when I visit University Park." It is NASA policy not to reveal those items for 30 days after the flight. However, according to Penn State officials, items sent to Bluford before the flight included two football jerseys with his name and year of graduation (1964); a tape of Penn State fight songs; and a copy of the Morrill Land Grant Act, a document that lead to the establishment of Penn State. As a mission specialist aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger's recent flights, Bluford's assignments included launching India's satellite and conducting experiments for two Penn State scientists: Biophysicist, Paul W. T...

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

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

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

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

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

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ffi)nS€°onssfi(n)on [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

ffi)nS€°onssfi(n)on By Mike Markle LSsteon Welcome to the modern world! If MTV and "modern rock" radio stations have any say in the matter, this is the type of music you're going to be hearing a lot of - so you'd better get used to it. Actually it's not all that bad. On their first two albums, the Seagulls have crafted a unique and innovative hi-tech sound that could make them prototypes of the "80's sound" in popular music. Are these four lads from Liver pool the Beatles of the '80's? Nahhh, not quite, but they are capable of producing notable visionary pop songs which may define the music of the future. As evidenced by the album cover artwork, the image of the band (to be exact, Mike Score's hairstyle), and the overall sound of the band, A Flock of Seagulls have no identity problems, they are hi-tech music personified. Their latest album Listen sounds like a luded down version of their dynamic debut LP. The energy is still all there, it's just slowed ...

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'Vacation' Lampoon's best since 'Animal House' [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

'Vacation' Lampoon's best since 'Animal House' A movie review by Don Strausburger What do you get when you combine the comedic talents of Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo, Imogene Coca, and John Candy with the directing skills of Harold Ramis? In the case of National Lampoon's Vacation, you get over ninety minutes of craziness not encountered in a theatre since that group's hit Animal House. From the opening scene with Eugene Levy of Second City TV fame, as a car salesman selling the wrong car, to the grand arrival at a closed amusement park, the movie was loaded with laughs. Vacation opens in the home of a typical middle class family, headed by the film's bumbling star, Chevy Chase. After buying a car he doesn't really want, he becomes constantly indecisive ex cept for reaching his ultimate goal ~ a family vacation to Wally World, an amusement park in California. The trip gets off to a rocky start as the luggage on top of the car is stripped off by the garage door and th...

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C A' is for athletics and academics [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983

C A' is for athletics and academics Rob's Reaction A Sports Editorial by Rob Rejmaniak In the past year, four different sports teams at Capitol Campus have lost some of their better athletes to academic probation. -Last winter, the basketball team found itself without its starting center. Fall term grades made him ineligible to finish the season. -Last Spring, Baseball Coach, Ron Melchoirre, was shocked when he learned one of his cocaptains was dismissed from school because of low academic standing. -This year, one of the Crosscountry team's best runners has decided that grades were getting too low to allow him continued participation with the team. —And, one of the Soccer team's most talented players will be absent from the center-forward position because of academic probation. Why do these athletes have so much trouble with their grades? I think the answer is quite simple. They're lazy. Proof lies with one of last year's victims, a player from the basketball team. The pl...

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

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

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