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Harriers open season in quad meet [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983
Harriers open season in quad meet By Jeanne Bailets The 1983 Capitol Campus cross country team placed second overall in its first season competition Saturday in a quad-meet with Lincoln University, Cabrini College, and Penn State Hazleton Campus. Overall results of the five-mile meet were Lincoln University first; Capitol Campus, second; Hazleton Campus, third; and Cabrini College fourth. Sammie Jones of Lincoln was the first runner to cross the finish line, followed by Hazleton's Jim Rinker. Joel Hager was Capitol's first runner to finish, placing third. Other Capitol runners who placed in the meet were Brian Bachman, Dave Wicks, Jerry Trently, and Greg Nissley, finishing 5th, 7th, 14th, and 15th, respectively. This year's Capitol Campus team is made up of four returning members from last year, and eight new runners. Even so, Coach Bud Smitley feels the team will be very competitive. 'They're as good as last year's team...very strong in spirit." said team captain, Dave Wick...
Soccer team debuts in league competition [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 22 September 1983
Soccer team debuts in league competition By Angela Vecchio Campus soccer fans could have something to look forward to this year. Newly organized and under the direction of a new coach, the Capitol soccer team has strarted its season, for the first time in actual league play. Last year, soccer players on campus had to settle for exhibition play as a non-sanctioned club, and this year's team captains feel the transition has affected player attitude. "We take more pride in the way we play," said co-captain Rob Rejmaniak, "entry into NAIA District 19 has given us new goals to aim for." Co-captain Mitch Malecky said, "With a full time coach, we work better at practices which leads to more player development." Ten players return from last year, including forward Tom Weidmann and Fullback Barry Sullivan who are expected to have outstanding seasons. According to Co-captain, Joe Dean, "Injuries could be a problem to add to . existing setbacks, and one outstanding center forward h...
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Pass-Fail option may change status [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983
Pass-Fail option may change status By Sharon DePalma Students having saved their pass-fail electives to set sail into Spring Semester may have just missed an easier boat. The University Faculty Senate at main campus, under a student recommendation, has voted to replace the present pass-fail system with a new program called "satisfactory-unsatisfactory.'' Under the new student-initiated option, the lowest acceptable grade will increase from a'D' to a'C Students electing satisfactory-unsatisfactory will receive an 'SA' on their transcripts for 'A,B,' or 'C grades; and a 'UN' for 'D' and 'F' grades. Pending University President Bryce Jordan's signature, the satisfactory-unsatis/actory option could take affect as early as Spring semester. Executive Secretary of the Faculty Senate, George Bugyi, said the new option is undergoing implementation, such as including it in the course catalog and adjusting the computer to accommodate the new grade conver "Fve always been in fawr ...
SGA official proposes arming campus police [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983
SGA official proposes arming campus police Photo by. Jerry Trently, Jr. By Shirley Marquet Student Government Association Vice President, Chris Barrett, has made a proposal to the student senate that Capitol Campus Police be allowed to wear guns. At present, the five uniformed police officers on campus do not wear weapons, but have completed the Municipal Police Education and Training Program, according to Supervisor of Safety and Police Services at Capitol Campus, Charles Aleksy. The program is required of anyone carrying a weapon due to their job requirements. Barrett said he was approached by "approximately 30 students following the HACC incident expressing their concern that police here do not carry weapons." "Considering the area and the crime rate, we see a need to provide a safe environment through prevention and protection, and perhaps armed officers will better implement that," Barrett said. Barrett, who is employed by campu...
Chess club to meet today [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983
Chess club to meet today There will be a chess club meeting today and every Thursday throughrDecmbeF.15 .^Meetings will be held in W-309 from 1 pm to 5 pm and are open to students, staff, and faculty members. The club will provide lessons for beginners or those who wish to improve their game. For more information contact David Bealer at 948-6320.
Poetry and painting works on exhibit [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983
Poetry and painting works on exhibit An exhibit of the poetry of William Carlos Williams and the paintings of Charles Demuth will continue through November 5th in the Gallery Lounge. The exhibit, sponsored by the Humanities Division and Office of Student Activities, was organized by Professors Theodora Graham and Troy Thomas with the asssistance of Linda Ross, instructor in Humanities and Education, whose own works are included.
Art studio sessions offered [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983
Art studio sessions offered The Humanities and Education Divisions will offer free art studio sessions to any student or staff member who wants to paint or draw in an informal studio atmosphere. The sessions will run from 1 pm to 5 pm in W-236. Easels, paper, charcoal, pencils, still life arrangements, and instructional assistance will be provided if desired. For more information contact Linda Ross, instructor, in W-351 at 948-6216 or stop by the studio on a Friday afternoon.
Applicants sought for Memorial Award [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983
Applicants sought for Memorial Award i ' The office of Student Affairs is seeking applicants for the 1983-84 | Doris Hughes Award. ! The award has been established by the family and friends of Doris Hughes, the first Advisor to International Students at Capitol Campus, to recognize international students who have actively participated in campus activities and achieved academic sucess. Consideration shall be given to all students whose permanent residence is outside the continental United States, and who have earned a grade-point average of 3.0 or better after completing at least one semester of study at Capitol Campus. The form needed to apply or nominate is available in the Office of Student Affairs, Room W-105. Deadline for applications will be Monday, October 31, 1983. The award recipient will be announced early in January.
WNDR changes hours [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983
WNDR changes hours The WNDR hours will be changed from 8am to 10pm to 10am to midnight beginning Monday, October 24. 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.
Study abroad deadline today [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 20 October 1983
Study abroad deadline today Today is the application deadline for those interested in studying abroad in Spring, 1984. Programs will be offered in Germany, England, France, Israel, Italy, Kenya, the Soviet Union and Taiwan. The Fall, 1984 deadline will be November 15, 1983. See Leslie Zuidema in W-105 of the Olmsted Building for more information and application forms.