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sii Club Hills Elictims [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
sii Club Hills Elictims Club News At the meeting of January 29, the Ski Club held elections for officers for the coming year. Barbara Keeler was elected President, Robert Nace was elected to the position of Vice President, and Jim Kiel as Secretary - Treasurer. The ski club is now sponsoring a raffle; the drawing date to be Feb. 20. Prize money is 30 dollars, first prize; 15 dollars, second prize; and 5 dollars, third prize, for every 100 tickets sold. Chances are one dollar a piece and can be purchased from any ski club member. * * * *
Intramural Basketball [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
Intramural Basketball standings to date: W>ns Losses Group Therapy 2 1 Boeshore Spacemen 2 2 Little Rascals 0 4 Meat City 4 0 X.G.I.s 0 3 Brotherhood 4 0 Foul Balls 3 0 Fac-Staff 1 2 Space Cowboys 1 2 Crimson Tide 2 1 P.S.E.A. 0 3 Easy Rollers 1 3 Rat Patrol 2 1 Anyone interested in VOLLEYBALL, BADMINTON, TENNIS - call the Recreation / Athletics Building, 787-7751, or stop by. These activities can be scheduled in the Base Gym to help keep you in shape during the winter months! I SLIMNASTICS Classes are being held every Tuesday evening, beginning at 7:30 p.m., in the Recreation / Athletics Building. This program is open to all campus personnel and there is no registration fee
Classical Guitarist Opens Festival [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
Classical Guitarist Opens Festival Interested in Music, Art, Drama, or Poetry? What about Dance or Screening? How about a free concert by Pete Segal and Janet Ketchum! Everything can be yours at a very reasonable cost of zero, this April 25, 26, 27, and 28 at Lebanon Valley College. College and community have joined together to form one of the most outstanding Arts Festivals in Pennsylvania. Exhibits workshops, and concerts are scheduled to make this weekend explode with activity.. Opening ceremonies with Pete Segal and Janet Ketchum will be held on Thursday, April 25. Anyone interested in performing or exhibiting is asked to write to box 283, Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pa. or call 717 867-3561 ext. 317.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
CLASSIFIEDS As a feature to our paper we are accepting classified ads. The ads are free but limited to forty words per ad. They will run for two weeks Ads must include your name, address, telephone number All ads must be printed and submitted to the Reader Office in W104. For Sale FOR SALE: One Dunlop Gold Seal 560-14 White-wall tires. Also tail light lenses for Pre 1970 MGB. RCA two speed Portable Tape Recorder for $20. See A. Frame at 825 B Nelson Ave. Expert auto repairs. All makes and models, foreign and domestic. Expert motorcycle repairs, also. All work guaranteed. Contact Ed at 846B Kirtland Ave. in the Heights, or call 944-0532, reasonable prices. * * * * Capitol Campus Chess Club meets Wednesday noons in the Gallery/Lounge. Everyone: Faculty, staff, students are invited to learn to play. Play to Learn. * * * # Wanted WANTED: Believers in Satanism. "Serious" - no fakes. Contact Carl 944-1556. Witches need not answer. * * * # HEADS WANTED - If you are interested in meet...
Mention Bargain Seekers [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
Mention Bargain Seekers We at Goodwill Industries would like to take this opportunity to call to your attention that our Budget Store at 56 E. Emmaus St., Middletown, phone 944-3921, has available many items of furniture which may be needed by your students for either residence on campus, or off. Our low-cost household items, ranging from couches, TVs, to small appliances would help a student furnish a place of residence at a minimal cost. We would be grateful if this fact could be brought to students' attention. The proceeds from the sale of goods at this and all Goodwill stores help pay the wages of the handicapped in Goodwill's training programs.
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The point of Life [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1974
The point of Life The point of life is to relinquish ourselves to other individuals of which a new creation can exist This purpose is Death, and yet: life is immortal factors The point yet undiscribed is not to verbalize or to control But, just to see, to perceptualize By Gerry R Reich winter 74
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Reader Spotlights Bitching at courses [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
Reader Spotlights Bitching at courses Many students have looked at the course selection for the spring term. The reaction is a groan and a sigh of boredom. It seems that students are very unhappy with the courses offered at Capitol Campus. More often then not, a student finds fault with the course material in every course he takes in a term. If students want to change the courses that they can take, they should have a voice in the formation of future courses. An ambitious student can do just that. There are several faculty committees that welcome student interest and opinions. The faculty have asked students many times to their meetings-but no one seems interested enough to attend. Students should seek out the means to change their choice of courses. There are many ways. One just has to search for them. Next time a student bitches about course selection, maybe he should think of what he did to change the courses. If he did nothing, then he should not bitch about it. The foll...
Course in Death [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
Course in Death Modia -- V7 h»:r» students in the beginning psychology course are assigned an open choice term paper, nearly half choose to research and write about suicide. Because of this apparent fascination with death among college students in their classes, two instructors at the Delaware County Campus of The Pennsylvania State University here have developed a new experimental course to be taught at the campus in the Spring Term. The course is entitled "The Meanings of Death." The course will be team-taught by the two professors and will study death in all its forms from both the individual and societal aspects. Some of the topics to be covered are the preparation for and attitudes toward death among elderly people; violent death, especially suicide and murder; death as treated in literature and art; euthanasia; death in the family; and the institution of the funeral. A comparison of death in the United States as compared to how death is viewed in "death-oriented" cultu...
national engineers week • feb 17-23 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
national engineers week • feb 17-23 By Joseph C. Davis, National Bureau of Standards How many times have most of us noticed how hot the water in a garden hose gets when we leave the hose sprawled all over the lawn on a hot summer afternoon? And we tell ourselves how uneconomical it is to waste this hot water. There must be some practical way to harness this heat from the sun and save on our hot water heating bill or heat our house, we say. This great surge of interest was not always with us. In the 1950's, technical people were indifferent about our future energy needs. Little was said about the shortgage of fossil fuels while a good deal was said about nuclear energy and almost nothing about solar energy. There were exceptions to this lack of interest. As always, there were pioneers, like Dr. Maria Telkes, an outstanding engineer who toured the university circuit and establishments like the Bureau of Standards espousing the cause of solar energy. Dr. Telkes specialized partic...
SGA Presidential Elections [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
SGA Presidential Elections by Bob Hetzel There are approximately 15 positions to be filled in the upcoming Spring Term S.G.A. elections. Capitol Campus students will be voting for President, Vice President, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary Treasurer, Senior Senators and the Dr. James A. Jordan Award for teaching. These elections are tentatively slated for April 4 with swearing in of the new S.G.A. members to take place at the third S.G.A. meeting of Spring term. All candidates are required to submit a petition of 25 signatures to the Election / Screening Committee by March 1 and must maintain a 2.0 GPA. The petitions are available in the S.G.A. room W-104 and should be returned to Bob Hetzel's mail box in W-104. Any full-time undergraduate may run for the offices of President, Vice President, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary or Treasurer. The Senior Senate seats are restricted to undergraduates who will have senior standing for the 1974-75 academi...
Calendar of Events [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
Calendar of Events THURSDAY,FEBRUARY 21 12:00 and 8:00 Appalachian Film Series Movies - "Music Fair," "In the Good Old-Fashioned Way, " "Tomorrow's 8:00 Yearbook meeting at 833 B Nelson. 9:00 Young Democrats at 845 A Kirtland. Ski Club Bake Sale in Vendorville. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22 9:00 Dance Marathon NOSTALGIA WEEK--FEBRUARY 22-MARCH 1 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25 4:30 SGA meeting in the Gallery Lounge 7:30 Head Shop meeting in the Coffee House. Martial Arts Class. Basketball - Capitol vs. Stevens Trade School at the Main St. Gym 8:00 Photo Club in E-247. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 1:30 and 8:00 Henrietta Hock in the auditorium 7:00 Meade Heights Board of Governors in the Coffee House. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27 12:00 Chess Club 1:00 Judo 8:00 Movie "The Devils" admission is 70 cents at the Student Center. THURSDAY,FEBRUARY 28 12:00 and 8 : 0 0 Appalachian Film Series Movie "From Folk to Jazz and Pop" * * * *
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
DANCE MARATHON Starts 9:00 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22 PRESENTED BYWZAP fc SOCIAL COMMITTEE "Get in and win" $200.00 first place 100.00 2nd place $50.00 3rd place a bottle cold duck for 4th, 5th, & 6th places SIGN UP OUTSIDE STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND DOWN IN VENDORVILLE MIDNIGHT SURPRISE f^ %Z Nostalgia Week FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22 Marathon Dance SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23 Marathon Dance Cont'd. T.IONDAY, FEBRUARY 25 Did Mov-os TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 Ice Cream Social WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27 Movie - "The Devils' THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28 Day of Rest FRIDAY, MARCH 1 "Greaser Keggar"
Oliver La Grone Sculptor, Poet and Educator [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 21 February 1974
Oliver La Grone Sculptor, Poet and Educator Capitol Campus welcomes Oliver La Grone who will be showing his Sculpture in the Gallery Lounge starting February 18. Once a student of Carl Milles, La Grone has held numerous one-man shows and his work has been widely praised. His poems, articles, and reviews appeared in such publications as the Saturday Review, Negro Digest, and the New York Times Book Review. His poety has been included in several antholgies. Currently he is writing' a book on African art. La Grone graduated from the University of New Mexico, with majors in sociology and fine arts. Later he attended the Howard Univeristy in Washington, D.C. An exhibition of his sculpture was held at the University of New Mexico. Ernie Pyle came to view his word and interviewed Oliver. His interest in the carved-in-wood head of Calvin Coolidge resulted in a syndicated column on Oliver and his work. His recent tour of Africa enhanced his appreciation of African Art and Sculpture, ...