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Winter Term Traffic Report [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
Winter Term Traffic Report The following information is reported to the campus community in order to avoid any misconception based on rumors. Number of vehicles registered, 1245; total traffic violation notices issued, 358; total traffic violation appeals filed, 65; total traffic violations excused, 33; number of moving violations issued, 4; number of campus persons stopped for poof driving habits without citations being issued, 67; number of off-campus persons stopped for poor driving habits without citations being issued, 71; number of students who paid fines, 168 and total amount of fines collected, $216.
CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
CARNIVAL The 3rd Annual Capitol Campus Spring Carnival is slated for May 21st and 22nd at the Olmsted Plaza parking lot. This is an opportunity for the organizations on campus to raise funds for themselves by sponsoring a booth in the event. The coordinating committee has set April 27th as the deadline for campus organizations to file for the type of booth which they desire. After the 27th, all outside and campus organizations will be given a booth on a first come, first serve basis. Those organizations that wish to participate should contact Dean South in the Student Activities Office or Len Thompson at 944-9751. This can be a big money-maker because it will draw from the community as well as the campus, since the dates of the carnival correspond with the Plaza's Anniversary Sale. It's up to the organizations to make this event a success, so let's get moving; there's money to be made. Len Thompson Carnival Chairman
R.A. APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
R.A. APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE The Office of Student Affairs has announced the availability of Resident Assistant applications for the 1971-1972 academic year. Applications may be picked up today in the Student Affairs Office. Applications must be completed and returned to the Student Affairs Office before 5:00 p.m., Friday, April 23, 1971, in order to be considered. Applications will be available up to the closing date, but none will be accepted after the deadline noted above. Candidates for the Resident Assistant position must be full-time undergraduate or graduate students at the time they apply and during the term of appointment. In addition, candidates must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.20 and must maintain this average while serving as a Resident Assistant. Resident Assistants appointed to serve in Wrisberg and Church Hall receive a fee reduction of $410 per term. Meade Heights R.A.'s receive a $310 per term fee reduction. Additional information abou...
1970-71 Travel Exhibit [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
1970-71 Travel Exhibit TRAVELING EXHIBIT-Was Gallery-Lounge on the first floor. The Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit is on display in the Gallery lounge, room W-107 to W-113. It is the world's largest and most famous outdoor art show ever held or to be held on the sidewalks of Greenwich Village in and around Washington Square. According to the historical notes, "the New York mayors and other officials have indicated their recognition of and interest in the show as an important contribution to the displayed in the Student cultural life of the City of New York and of the Nation by their participation in various ceremonies and in prize awarding exercises throughout the years and by changing the name of Washington Square to Outdoor Art Show Square for the duration of the exhibit on one occasion." The display in the lounge, a part of the famous exhibit, will be held weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ending April 22. It is open to the public.
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS AVAILABLE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS AVAILABLE Students interested in practical experience in the field of mental disabilities are invited to contact the Dauphin County Mental Health/Mental Retardation Office. The intern project, initiated last June, has provided a testing ground for students as they consider human service careers while at the same time supplying community agencies with capable manpower. Work opportunities for the summer are available in social, health and welfare agencies, day care programs, sheltered workshops, mental health programs and summer camps. Students are employed full time for a 10 week period beginning June 14th. Students will be selected according to interests, personal motivation and previous experience. Priority will be given to county residents. For non-resident students, who might be interested, room and board are provided at a few of the summer camps. During the academic year, course credit is connected through the Independent Studies, Prociticum, etc. Studen...
Oswald To Speak [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
Oswald To Speak Dear Mr. Levan: I am delighted to tell you that I accept your invitation to be a part of your commencement exercises on June 19. As I am sure you are aware, University Park commencement is that day and I believe 7:00 p.m. would suit my schedule most conveniently. Sincerely, John W. Oswald
ATTENTION! PARKING TICKETS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
ATTENTION! PARKING TICKETS There have been an abundance of parking tickets given by security during the first few weeks of this term. I spoke to Colman Herpel, the Campus director, and he clarified the parking situation once and for all those who do not register their cars for No. 15 sticker are not allowed to park their cars anywhere on campus besides their respective residence areas. This means if you didn't purchase a sticker, you can't park at the Athletic building, Placement Office, Engineering lab or anywhere outside your residence area without risking a ticket. If you have any questions or doubts, see Miss Vance in the Student Affairs Office or call me at 944-9751. Len Thompson Social Science Senator P.S. You may park at the Student Center with last term's sticker.
The United States Of America vs. William L. Galley [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
The United States Of America vs. William L. Galley EDITORIAL by Terry K. Wimmer The court-martial, conviction and sentencing of First Lieutenant William L. Calley, Jr. will be noted in the annals of the United States of America as a tragic illustration of the blemishes that warfare inflicts on a nation. Never before has the armed forces of this country been so viciously attacked by its citizenry. Not only has the military suffered, but likewise, so have the people of this nation. The agonies of war are not particular when it spreads its disease. It affects us all. During the past weeks, we have been subjected to cries of "murderer," "scapegoat," premeditation," etc. Before one hurriedly denounces the Army for convicting Lieut. Calley, one must know why he was brought to trial. On the morning of March 16, 1968, the men of Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 20th Infantry of the 11th Infantry Brigade, America! Division moved' into Songmy-Mylai 4 (Pinkville). Their mission was to...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
STAFF OF CAPITOLISTI EDITOR: Rosemary Scanlon ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Lee Nell Tom Hagan BUSINESS MANAGERS: Richard Marx Roger Hawkins CONTRIBUTORS: Lu Ann Berulis Missy Rotundaro Bill Winkler Michael Rix Terry Wimmer Dan Durante Chandler Wolf Tony McGovern Skip Lewis Charlie Bussison Paul Snyder EDITORIAL CONSULTANT Jim Benn „ . —« :
Letters To The Editor: [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
Letters To The Editor: Dear Editor: A few of the items of business carried on at the regular meetings of the Resident Student Council during the first two terms were: a priority list of Resident Hall improvements (some of which have already been accomplished) others such as cable TV we hope will be installed this term, a Senior Award, a jukebox for the dining hall, a refrigerator, Resident student complaints, and the success of having Mr. Herpel and Dean South and wife stay overnight in the dorm to meet students, answer questions and hear problems of residence life. On-going responsibilities of the Council include governance of the residence halls area and participation in the selection of Resident Assistants. For the Spring Term, Resident Student Council will increase its membership from 6 to 12 members and all other resident students are welcome to their meetings. (Ask your representative for time and place). Although the Resident Student Council has been at work, we hope ...
MAYDAY MAYDAY STUDENTS RALLY TO PROTEST WAR [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
MAYDAY MAYDAY STUDENTS RALLY TO PROTEST WAR PEACE TABLE-Located near the Rou.Td Table, is the place to find out the information about Mayday activities. Here, Lee Levan and Michael Blank distribute information. Sign-up sheets for buses are available here. The final call-Mayday—Everyone out for the first seven days in May to Stop the War-Bring the men, the money, and the priorities back home! May 1 through 7 will be the hardest hitting action of our campaign in bringing the government around to the concept of serving the people's interests. In alignment with organizations and campuses throughout the country, Capitol Campus is preparing its contingent for the non-violent civil disobedience of the May actions. We will be going to Washington D.C. to end the war, to demand a minimum annual income of $6,500, to free all political prisoners, and poor people. The time is now! IF THE GOVERNMENT WON'T STOP THE WAR, THE PEOPLE WILL STOP THE GOVERNMENT! Help bring peace to the world.....
Meade Heights Next Year [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
Meade Heights Next Year Steve Millman Assistant to the Dean Student Affairs and Doug Megla Doug: I have heard that there will be changes in Meade Heights this year. Is that true? Steve: Well, in a very broad sense Doug, organisms which do not change tend to wither away. The problem that we face in all sectors is that our institutions cannot keep up with the accelerating rate of change. More specifically, yes I believe there will be some changes for those who return to Meade Heights this coming Fall. Students will graduate, new students will arrive, some of the faculty residents may find other homes in the community, and new faculty may enter. I hope that in the process, we will retain what is good in the program and further add to it. Doug: Could you elaborate on that? I'm sure that the students would be interested in the nature of the changes. Steve: As I am sure you know, Doug, Meade Heights is a new place and a new idea for higher education. Not only are our own experienc...
Wednesday Night Revele [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
Wednesday Night Revele by Tom Hagan Date: April 6, 1971. Time: 9:05 p.m. Location: Church and Wrisberg Halls. Event: The high point of the evening, a fire drill. As the alarms go off, all activities become directed toward evacuating the dorms. Those who are doing some studying (Yes, Spiro, some college students occasionally engage in this endeavor.) react with different results. There are sighs of relief for the legitimate excuse for a break. There are also frustrated groans from those who were on the verge of understanding a complex theory, but have lost the train of thought, due to the distracting chiming of the melodious bell. More than one resident has been relaxing quietly in less than brief attire. They rush into the halls, making such comments as "Gee whiz," "O" darn," and "Shucks." Some people become a little more upset. One individual tries to take the ringing bell apart, but, fortunately, he is stopped before he can do any damage. Outside, the crowd enlarges as t...
ZAP TO BROADCAST [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
ZAP TO BROADCAST At a recent SGA meeting, Lee Levan questioned John Musto, WZAP manager, as to why the station was not broadcasting. John replied stating that the construction work being done at the station was constantly being put off, even though it was promised that it would soon be completed. John stated further that WZAP would definitely begin broadcasting this term. The campus is waiting...
AROUND THE CAMPUS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
AROUND THE CAMPUS MORE ON THE NITTANY SCREW The Committee for the Consideration of Alternatives to Student Power formed at an SGA meeting as a result of the Nittany Screw announced this recommendation: that an all-college council exist, composed of 4 faculty members, and four students, to review administrative and faculty decisions. Further, that all faculty and administrative decisions be reported to SGA who will have the option of bringing them up at the Council for final action with veto power. The committee was chaired by SGA senator Frank Dulisse and had members from SGA as well as both ad hoc groups of students concerned in the matter of Pat Murphy's status, and student power. Passed by SGA. A negotiating committee, chaired by SGA senator Tom Black, and manned by SGA's corresponding secretary Mary Lovelick and other interested students was formed to explore the feasibility of the proposal.
POTPOURRI [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 April 1971
POTPOURRI by Missy Rotondaro A big welcome to all the new students at Capitol. Remember: Today is YOUR last day to add a course. NOTICE: Anyone who knows how to get in or out of the library please contact the Middletown branch of the Cossa Nostra. Did you know Sessy Tingleputz is expecting her 8th child? Fertility Day, April 20. TEST YOUR TALENTS. Is there a Gwangi loose on campus? The clocks in the ad building are finally being fixed. Thanks to whom ever it may concern. A.J. loves you for your fears. What is a ding back? Bethoven never had to run laps around the orchestra to become a good composer. Does Mr. Bierly know? Three cheers and a bromo for the survivors of venderville. There was a man named McGruder Who saw a nude and wooed her But she thought it rude To be wooed in the nude But McGruder was shrewder, and well that's all folks. Why don't they have bathrooms at McDonalds? Because Gino's is the place to go. WARNING: Your home may soon be invaded by one of the occupan...