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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Seven from Capitol attend model U.N. conference [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

Seven from Capitol attend model U.N. conference By Jeffrey G. Shatzer A seven member delegation of Capitol Campus students attended the University of Pennsylvania's 18th Model United Nations Conference held November 10 through 13 in Philadelphia. The delegates, chosen through the International Affairs Association, were Joe Oddo, Chris Barrett, Graham Mitchell, Peter Mekosh, Frank S. Stramara, Tony Kanakis and Panos Xynarios. The group's advisor, Clem Gilpin, has been involved in model United Nations conferences since his undergraduate years at Virginia State University. After accepting the invitation to the conference, the Capitol Campus delegation was assigned to represent Algeria. The members then researched key issues that were to be debated, and presented their views from the position of their assigned country. The atmosphere is competitive and recognition is given to individuals, not whole delegations. Capitol's Frank S. Stramara, one of nine members on the court of j...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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SBDC offers business students 'real world' experience [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

SBDC offers business students 'real world' experience By Thomas O. Dekle For many students in the Business Administration Department at Capitol Campus, "real world" experience is gained in school through the classes they take. Capitol Campus also has the Small Business Development Center (SBDC), which offers opportunities for students to gain experience and knowledge while working part-time for the center, in addition to their classes. The SBDC has thirteen offices throughout Pennsylvania. Capitol Campus' office serves the sevencounty Harrisburg region, and with the other offices, is funded through the University of Pennsylvania. Through the SBDC, small businesses may seek professional counseling for no charge. Local businesses come to the SBDC for everything form loan packaging to workshops on starting a private business. The SBDC also helps small businesses with setting up their inventories, record keeping and reaching target goals. Two Capitol Campus students working as...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Capitol grad cited for jumprope folklore study [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

Capitol grad cited for jumprope folklore study By Michele S. Haley Dean Lapp, a June '83 graduate of Capitol Campus, has recently received the William Wells Newell Prize for the best student paper on children's folklore. The $100 award was presented at the annual meeting of the American Folklore Society in Nashville on October 28, by Priscilla Orde, President of the Children's Section of the Society. Lapp's prize-winning paper was a computer analysis of children's jumprope rhymes and was completed as an independent study under the direction of Dr. Simon J. Bronner, Assistant Professor of Folklore and American Studies. "As a result of his analysis, Dean found that the word 'Mother' appeared more often than any other word," Bronner said. "Surprisingly enough, he also found that there was very little mention of marriage." Bronner said we can learn much about the psychological and physical development of girls in ages 7-10, through the study of Photo by Jeffrey G. Shalzer De...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

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Clubs collect food for the needy [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

Clubs collect food for the needy Photo by Jerry Trenlly Chi Rho and Pi Sigma Chi are collecting donations of food this week to be given to the needy. Pictured above are Wayne Svetz (left), president of Chi Rho and Ed Bryant, president of Pi Sigma Chi. Two campus organizations have teamed up this Thanksgiving to collect food for the needy. Chi Rho, a Catholic organization, and Pi Sigma Chi, a social fraternity, are collecting canned goods and other non-perishable food items through tomorrow in the S.G.A. office, Room W-110 in the Olmsted Building. Sister Antonia, who works closely with Chi Rho, said that students from Meade Heights have sometimes donated the items left in their cupboards when they leave campus for the Thanksgiving holiday. Last year, five families were helped with donations from Capitol Campus, Sister said.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Semester change creates problems for professors and students [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

Semester change creates problems for professors and students By Timothy K. Hagan The 1983 Fall Semester will be remembered as the "Semester of transition." The transition in the academic sense was from the term to the semester system but there was also a period of transition for the students and faculty. The Student Government Association formed a Semester Transition Committee to find out what the students' most common problems are in dealing with the semester transition. The majority of the student body believes the basic problems include: the workload is overwhelming, the pace is too fast, tests seem to fall at the same time, tests are too long for a 50-minute period, professors are keeping students overtime, there is not enough time for course drop and credit drops should be extended to eight credits. David G. Watkin, Assistant Professor of Management and Chairman of the Faculty Council believes the semester system transition problem is a serious matter and one that will ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Smokeout less emphasized on campus this year [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

Smokeout less emphasized on campus this year By Jerry Trently There might be more smoke in our hallways during today's "Great American Smokeout" than there was during last year's observance. Sherry Janis, Assistant to the Director of Campus Relations, said no student group has volunteered to sponsor or help with a program here at Capitol Campus to be held in conjunction with the national celebration. Janis said a representative from her staff went around and asked clubs and organizations to supply volunteers to help with a program here, but that none indicated an interest. Last year a small observance was held, but Janis was disappointed with the cooperation from organizers of the affair. When press came to cover what was billed a "mock funeral" service for cigarettes, the event turned out to be a last minute rush to garner enough activity for a newspaper photograph. But not all is up in smoke. Capitol's Department of Food and Housing is making an attempt to take a bite out ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

Mimes Thursday, November 17, 1983 Vol. 18. No. 3 Editorial Board Jerome J. Trently, Jr Executive Editor James E. Fitzroy Managing Editor Kimberly C. Bush Business Manager Sean Ferry Advertising Manager Timothy K. Hagan Production Manager Sharon L. DePalma ...Production Assistant Linda A. McCarty Production Assistant James P. (Cushion Composition Editor Neil A. Myers Assistant Composition Editor Jeffrey G. Shatzer Photography Editor Robert H. Rejmaniak Sports Editor Michele S. Haley Events Editor Harry D. Lucas..... Copy Editor Contributing Staff Jeanne A. Ballets Shirley V. Marquet Dennis Caldwell Michael Markle Janet E. Cody Tony G. Perry Thomas O. Dekle Donald R. Strausburger Kathleen E. Heraghty Angelo M. Vecchio Francoise G. Hultzapple George P. Yanoshik, Jr. Beatrice Kessler Advising and consulting John Patterson, Bern Sharfman The Capitol Tlnws welcomes letters from readers. Letters intended for publication must indicate the writer's affiliation, if any All letters MUST be s...

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Question: Do you think Capitol Campus police should carry guns? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

Question: Do you think Capitol Campus police should carry guns? "No way. There's no need, and the local police are able and willing to cover the campus." Leanne Drozdoff, Computer Application "Yes. I think it's a good idea for them to have them available as an option. Maybe to carry them in the car, but not with them, on their person. That might be too intimidating." Paul Ehret, EDET "No. It would get out of hand, i don't see any need for guns. I'm not a gun freak, myself." Diana Schmick, Accounting "I don't think they should carry them. The students seem non-violent. The police carrying guns might influence people to do things they might not otherwise do." David Vetterlein, Humanities "No. Some of the situations don't dictate the need for guns. It just makes it easier to pull the gun even when it's not necessary." Jim Hagood, MDET "No. It's not necessary.There's no crime on this campus. The campus is too small to need them." Dave Quidort, Management "Yes. The poli...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

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Instructional Services has films on file [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

Instructional Services has films on file By Francoise Hultzapple One of the best kept secrets on campus is that the Instructional Services Department provides access to a library of educational films for all students. According to Instructional Services Director Michael Kalbaugh, any full time student can view films, video tapes, and slides just by gaining verbal approval from their course professor, ordering the film, and waiting about ten working days. Joanne Meinsler, Film Coordinator, said the procedure is easy: "Just come to Room W319 and choose a. film from the many catalogs any time from 8:00 a.m. to noon, and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays." Meinsler will write up the request and send it to University Park or any other film library connected to Capitol Campus. Most of the films housed on campus are for use by Elementary Education students. The films borrowed from University Park are free to PSU students; the ones from other film libraries often Photo by Jeffrey...

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"Educating Rita" makes grade on actors' talents [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 17 November 1983

"Educating Rita" makes grade on actors' talents A movie review by Don Strausburger When you put together the talents of Michael Caine and Julie Harris and give them a script worthy of their talents, what would you expect? In the case of Educating Rita, the spectators get nothing less than should be expected. The film stars Michael Caine as Paul, the alcoholic professor, who is tutoring a young uneducated English woman, played by Julie Harris. The woman wants desperately to find herself through her education while gaining vast knowledge in the subject of literature. The professor, although unwilling, tutors the woman through the early segments of her education, watching her go from having no understanding of how to write a paper without just showing her emotions, to the point where she can write an essay which will not be jeered at by any other professor. When she gets to the point that this can be done, she leaves the tutor to start school. She ad vances quickly through he...

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