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Teacher Evaluation [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 March 1971
Teacher Evaluation The SGA again will be distributing forms and compiling the results of the Teacher Evaluations. This is a continuation of the project started last term and carried through by Neil Maddonick, Junior Engineering Senator, and assisted by Amy Neuman, Senior Senator at Large. All Students should be expecting to receive the evaluation forms in the near future.
CORRECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 March 1971
CORRECTIONS In last weeks issue of the CAPITOLIST, there were three incorrect items. In the "Black Enrollment" article, the resolution asking for more black recruitment was passed at the SGA meeting of February 24 not the 28th, as stated in the article. In the same article, the vote was 8 in favor, one opposed, and 4 abstentions, hence not unaminous, as previously stated. In the article entitled "Recall", Neil Maddonick, not John Fanelly seconded the motion to recall Bill Ducassoux. Both of these articles appeared on page four of the March 3, 1971 issue.
All College Council Student Power [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 March 1971
All College Council Student Power by "Skip" Lewis On Wednesday evening, March 3rd, the Student Government Association authorized an ad hoc committee chaired by Frank Dellisse to investigate and explore the ramifications and feasibility of an All College Council here at Capitol Campus. Permanent members of this committee are Becky Ruhl, Terry Wimmer, Dan Pallett, Skip Lewis, Jim Benn and Judy Jennings. Other interested students may contact Senator Dellisse. The proposed All College Council is the latest chapter in the movement for more equitable student authority here at Capitol Campus. Previous to this proposal the students had been asked to vote on two different sets of objectives (The Task Force proposals and The Three Points). Unfortunately, only 441 students participated in this three-day election. Fortunately, the S.G.A. was turned to as the organization most representative of the student body and asked to initiate action. Although there is no harmonious agreement among...
Main Program [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 March 1971
Main Program A new undergraduate program in mathematical sciences is being offered at The Pennsylvania State University's Capitol Campus. The new program-leading to the bachelor of science degree-will be available beginning with the Fall Term, 1971. Outlining the program, Dr. Barnard H. Bissinger, professor of mathematics and chairman, Mathematics Program Group, said it is designed to professionally train and prepare the student for a successful career by uniting basic skills in mathematics, statistics, and computer technology. "At the same time" he said, "we hope to develop in the student a consciousness of his having to take a proper place in our complex society whereby he will fulfill his potential and will contribute to the economic, political and cultural welfare of fellow men. "The wide variety of courses available in the program as well as the opportunity to select a limited number of courses outside the mathematically oriented fields is intended to allow the student to...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 March 1971
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 March 1971
INTRAMURAL WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS PTS. Unlimited Dave Kurtz XGI Win by Default 10 190 pounds Chuck Stafanic DMZ 1st Place 10 Joe Zalewski Studs 2nd Place 7 177 pounds Bernie Schonbach DMZ 1st Place 10 Steve Wesley XGI 2nd Place 7 167 pounds Dennis Hall Studs 1st Place 10 Dick White Studs 2nd Place 7 158 pounds John Sabol XGI 1st Place 10 Bob Polls Gino Giants 2nd Place 7 Steve Pavel DMZ 3rd Place 4 150 pounds Greg Francis DMZ Win by Default 10 142 pounds Mike Tannous DMZ 1st Place 10 Paul Shewshock Studs 2nd Place 7 134 pounds No Entries o 126 pounds No Entries n 118 pounds No Entries o TOURNA- PLACEENTRY MENT MENT TOTAL TEAM POINTS POINTS POINTS POINTS PLACE DMZ 25 44 100 169 First Studs 25 31 75 131 Second XGI 25 27 50 102 Third Gino Giants 25 7 25 57 Fourth _ f Remember: Baseball Team KJASFD/ILL Meeting, March 15th, Monday, *'^1 *""1, ' " fcfc at 5:30 p.m. in the Athletic All persosn interested in Buildin ^ forming a varsity baseball team y ~Z ¦ njurQipi/ should attend the mee...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 10 March 1971
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Nancy, Kathy, Pat & Jerry [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
Nancy, Kathy, Pat & Jerry Kathy King and Nancy Colnes smile for the CAPITOLIST camera. Lee Nell Capitol Campus welcomes two new staff members in the office of Student Affairs this year. The positions were created in the reorganization of that office last year. After all the hassel and student interviewing, our two young ladies were hired. The CAPITOLIST is happy to introduce to you Miss Nancy Colnes (pronounced "Cole-ness") and Miss Kathy King (pronounced "King"). Miss King, originally from Utica, New York, graduated from Qmira College with a B.A. in International Studies. She took her M.S. in Student Personnel Administration at State University of New York at Albany where she was in a student personnel internship program for a year. She was a Residence Director at Trenton State College and, for the labi two years, the Assistant Dean of Students at Wilson College in Chambersburg, Pa. Kathy's hobbies include camping and hiking, and she enjoys her .summers in Colorad...
ORIENTATION [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
ORIENTATION Thursday, September 23 1:00 - 5:00 Municipal Pool; 3:00 Tennis (Men); 9:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. Dance-Student Center "Big City Music Band" Friday, September 24 1:00 - 5:00 Municipal Pool; 2:30 Flag Football-Athletic Field; 9:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. Folk Festival —Student Center Saturday, September 25 1:00- 5:00 Municipal Pool; 7:30 Block Party-Meade Heights Sunday, September 26 1.00- 5:00 Municipal Pool; 1:30 p.m. Combined Scavenger-Road Rally-Residence Hall Parking Lot.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
WILLIAM PENN MEMORIAL MUSEUM HARRISBURG' PENNSYLVANIA EXHIBITION SCHEDULE FOR SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER Through October 3,1971 PHOTOGRAPHY BY GRANT HEILMAN PAINTINGS BY ANNE TUNIS SUMMY October 9 through November 28,1971 AFRICAN ART From the Collection of Lincoln University PENNSYLVANIA CERAMICS An exhibition organized by Indiana University Ceramic work by graduate school candidates
WELCOME From The Prez [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
WELCOME From The Prez Nancy classifies herself as a ski bum and enjoys camping and bicycle riding as well. She comes to us after a recent European trip and, loving the experience, hopes to return to Europe soon. One of her newer interests is the field of dance therapy, but you'll have to ask her about that. Nancy cut short her student internship program because the program was basically building or operations oriented and not student oriented. The decisions of both girls to join us were largely motivated by the desire to work more closely with students. Aiding in those decisions, too, were the students whom they met while at Capitol for screening. Of the screening process, Kathy remembers her whirlwind tour with mixed feelings. She enjoyed meeting the students she had time to meet, but since she had only one day, she met only a few. And admitting that it must have been a bad day, she remembers the conference with the students. "It was really too bad. The students and I were ...
Hello [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
Hello The CAPITOLIST wishes to extend a welcome to our new students and to our returning ones. We sincerely hope that your experience here will be rewarding to your mind and body. Capitol Campus has one of the best faculties in the Penn State system for your academic pursuits. And this year, we will be having some really great social events as well. In addition, there are all sorts of committees which need people. And they need people who want to contribute. We are small enough that you won't get lost in the rush here, and with a little luck, we can all work together. The campus is changing-help it change. Contribute to it, and we all benefit. But look around. Capitol Campus offers something for nearly everyone. If you can't find it, start it. Make it a good year; And say "Hello" to someone.
PROVOST CANDIDATE VISITS CAMPUS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
PROVOST CANDIDATE VISITS CAMPUS If the schedule goes as planned, one candidate for Provost will have visited Capitol Campus earlier this week. His time on campus will have been divided between Administration, Faculty and student personnel. The candidate, Dr. Robert E. McDermott, was born in Maywood, Illinois, on October 5, 1920. He took his B.S. in Forestry at Iowa State University and his M.S. in Botany at the same institution. In 1952 he was awarded his Ph. D. in these fields by Duke University. Dr. McDermott has taught at Duke University and the University of Missouri. From 1959 to 1963, he was Professor of Forestry and Head of the Department of Forestry Management at Penn State and then served as the Assistant Dean of the Graduate School until 1969. From that time, he has been the Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Arkansas. At this point, we do not know when the final decision on the selection of Provost will be made. However, the plans are to have several...
McBride Exhibit [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
McBride Exhibit The first art exhibit of the year in the Gallery-Lounge is a series of paintings by Mr. Alex McBride. Mr. McBride, who is chairman of the Department of Art at Juniata College, has had numerous exhibits throughout the East since his graduation from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1962 and Cornell University in 1964. Working mostly with Acrylic paint, Mr. McBride says his goal is "to produce an esthetic relationship of space and light." The large size of his paintings serves to reinforce this effect. The exhibit will be on display through October 8. Hours of the lounge are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Financial Aid [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
Financial Aid The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency announced today that it has established a Regional Office at Millersville State College. Students and parents seeking information are urged to contact the Regional Representative by calling: 717-872-4643. Robert Fleming, the Regional Representative for this area, stated that students at Capitol Campus also check with the Financial Aid Office for information concerning the State Scholarship and Guaranty Loan Program.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
Dr. James Jordon, 43, died this summer while trying to swim ashore after his kayak tipped over in Lake Ontario. Dr. Jordon was Associate Professor of Humanities and Philosophy, and served as Chairman of the Faculty Council. He graduated from the University of Georgia Institute of Technology and held master's and doctor's degrees from Emory University. An avid sportsman, Dr. Jordon was All Southeatern Conference halfback and honorable mention for All American while at Georgia. He taught at the University of Chicago and at Georgia Tech before returning as an instructor to Emory University. He joined the faculty here at Capitol last September after ten years at Emory. In a statement for the CAPITOLIST, SGA President Terry Wimmer said, "As a member of the Faculty Council, I was well aware of Dr. Jordon's deep concern for the future of Capitol Campus. He was well liked by students, faculty and administration alike. We shall join his friends in mourning his loss."
WIMMER ON THE PROVOST [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
WIMMER ON THE PROVOST President Wimmer takes a much needed break Ed. Note: The CAPITOLIST recently spoke to SGA Presdient Terry Wimmer about the selection of the provost for Capitol Campus. Last year, as you may know, University President Oswald set up much of the process with intentions to do most of the work over the summer. During the summer, however, Oswald suffered a heart attack and was unable to work. This, of course, slowed the selection process a bit, but now, he is back on the job. We were interested in learning just what had been accomplished over the summer, at what point in the process we now find ourselves, and how effectively the system seemd to be working. The following is the context of our interview. Terry, would you re-explain the selection process for those of us who may have lost it over the summer. Certainly. A search committee made up of faculty members from University Park and Capitol Campus was formed to screen the applications. In addition, a stud...
Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
Letters to the Editor Dear Juniors: The Sigma Delta Chi sorority wishes to extend a very warm welcome to you upon your arrival at Capitol Campus. We feel that Capitol Campus epitomizes the basic principles of the Sigma Delta Chi sorority in that it is a place where there is a common bond of friendship and working together in harmony, that cannot be found on many campuses of this sort. We therfore extend the hand of friendship and sincerely hope that we can all work together in harmony, first as a member of the Capitol Campus Community, and second (we sincerely hope) as a member of the Sigma Delta Chi sorority. The Sigma Delta Chi soroity is open to ALL girls of Capitol Campus regardless of race, religion or national origin. Our sorority is a service and social organization. By SERVICE we mean that we perform such charitable functions as: Blood Bank donations, working with the local schools, churches, synagogues, etc. By SOCIAL we mean that we try to establish a bond of frien...
The CAPITOLIST - 71 72 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 23 March 1971
The CAPITOLIST - 71 72 Lee Nell Last year, if you remember, the CAPITOLIST made some vast improvement. We became the first weekly paper on this campus. And in doing that, we expanded our coverage of events and issues here at Capitol Campus. In addition, the CAPITOLIST went to a faster and cheaper process-offset. Printing a four page paper every week, however, was no small task. Our limited staff was overworked to the point of exhaustion. And the Editor, Ro Scanlon, went from a bundle of nervous wreckage to nearly normal the day after the last issue was printed. But such is the life of a journalist. In keeping with the last year's tradition of improvement, the CAPITOLIST--'71-'72 will continue to expand coverage of news, events and issues both on campus and off. You have probably noticed that we have something new in the paper this year-ads. These are made necessary to pay for the printing costs since the SGA budget was less than expected. But these ads can also provide a ser...