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Cultural Events link campus to community [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Cultural Events link campus to community 3y Timothy Hagan ': ou are sitting in the Lions Den. and someone with a white painted face comes up to you and starts doing mime. Are you interested? Kathy Branigan hopes so. oranigan. Coordinator of Student Activities and chairperson of the committee for the Cultural Events series, hopes that using mime in the afternoon will draw students to the presentation of "Quiet Riot, " vhich is a fast-paced comedy, Including mime, gymnastics, dance, illusion, verbal comedy, and audience participation. Trie use of mime plus posters, fliers, table cards, handouts, and word of mouth, are used to publicize cultural events on campus. If the promotions are creative, the events must be even more so. Branigan and the committee try to get a good balance of programs for students. Ideas for events come to the committee from numerous directions—from stacks of promotional materials and from professors and, at times, students. Each spring, Branigan and Cu...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

The Quiet Riot Innovative Theatre will make its unique style of mime come alive lor yet another audience...an audience which will travel through illusion, fantasy, humor, and somber reality. The journey is called "OUT OF CONTROL" and it will all happen here in the Capitol Campus auditorium tomorrow at 8 p.m. The performance is free of charge and open to the public. The Quiet Riot, a duo of Bill Mettler, an Air Force officer, and Kevin O'Connor, a peace activist during the Viet Nam War, has been a full-time touring company for three years. According to Mettler, " 'OUT OF CONTROL' is mime...it is dance. It is comedy and drama, illusions that fool the eye, ideas that challenge and make one feel. In short we offer an extremely high-energy show designed bom to stimulate and entertain. Most important we are different" "Musician Paul Winter once said that to enjoy music you must lose your mind and come toyour senses," said O'Connor. "We feel similarly. We want people to leave the co...

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Internships: earn credits and gain experience [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Internships: earn credits and gain experience By Sheryl A. Machita Get experience and academic creditat the same time? No, it's not a dream; it's called an internship. Internships at Capitol Campus vary from a twelve-credit, nonpaying multi-media internship at a local television station to a four-credit accounting internship at a large firm which pays $200 to $225 per week. The television internship is a Friday through Monday, from 5:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. job for Suzanne Reichert (a twelfth term, multi-media major), who works at WHP, a Harrisburg television station. Although she doesn't get paid, she will earn twelve credits at Capitol Campus. "The difference between doing work for the classroom and the workplace has to be experienced to be fully appreciated," says Reichert. "The experience allows you to discover your weak and strong points as well as the job's and the employer's. Types of work I sampled in the classroom and said I wouldn't want to do, I now ieel I should ...

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Runners bring campus first championsh [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Runners bring campus first championsh Photo by Bud Smitley By Robert Rejmaniak For the first time in Capitol Campus history there is a firstplace trophy in the Multipurpose Building's showcase thanks to the Cross-Country team. "The team members have worked hard. They won because they wanted it," says Coach Bud Smitley. "There were no loafers on the team this year." One other reason that could have attributed to the championship victory is Smitley's unique way of coaching. He runs a strict practice, but doesn't expect too much. "Our practices started at 3 p.m. and most of the time we were done by 4:30 p.m.," Smitley said. "We didn't run too long, but when we ran, we ran hard." "I realize this is a tough cam pus academically," Smitley said. "The idea was not to turn the guys off to running by hav ing long, exhausting practices.' Perhaps both hard work and good coaching were responsible for the team's success, or maybe it was just a love for running. Either way, the Capit...

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Alumni [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Alumni By Marcia Rogers !¦¦ I ¦¦III II—. II* | " You can't teach old dogs new tricks, but they won't roll over and play dead either. The old dogs are the Alumni basketball team. They come back each year to teach the# young pups what basketball is all about. The Annual Alumni - Varsity grudge match will be held November 13. "It's really a good natured game," says Jack Wilson. "B makes the friendly rivalry between past and present teams fun." Wilson is one of the Alumni superstars returning this year. superstars come to campus ni igsnew Mover Jumni ome the ball is lumni-111 be ured n."B ry beteams iumai i year. His scoring average was over 1000 points from 1979 through 1981. On the Varsity side, Charlie Stokes is returning this year. Stokes says that mis is a big event for him. "We can go out ami have a good time without hurting anyone." Wilson agrees. "It gives me s chance to contribute to the Capitol Campus Basketball Pro gram, and help get people...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

PENN STATE/CAPTIOL CAMPUS RECREATION/ATHLETICS INTRAMURAL FLAG FOOTBALL STANDINGS WIN LOSS POINTS POINTS POINTS Intramural Schedule November 2,1982 F0R AGAINST Monday-November 8: 1. NO NAMES 6 0 14 12 5:00 £?! 5"S"?t>vs Mean Machine 2 B-T-I 6:30 PMB-T-I Express vs No Names EXPRESS 5 0 151 28 10 8:00 PM White Dogs vs Weekenders 3. WEEKENDERS 5 1 139 54 10 Tuesday-November 9-4. WHITE DOGS 4 1 77 31 8 ™|SWSSSf j Weekenders ?™ ° 7 4 2 74 16 8 6:30 PM The Zoo vsS-TJ-M-F WORMS 2 6 44 174 4 8:00 PM White Dogsws B-T-I Express 7. B-A-M's 14 30 85 2 _ life I I 1 T S "SSSSSSSftKk D*

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aaUDDaDDDDDDDDDODDg gOglDDaDDDaDDDDDD Tine \ Ree \ World _. i I 1 1 DDDDDbDDDnDDDDDDDDDnPDGDDDDDnDDDDDG [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

aaUDDaDDDDDDDDDODDg gOglDDaDDDaDDDDDD Tine \\ Ree\ \\ World _. i I 1 1 DDDDDbDDDnDDDDDDDDDnPDGDDDDDnDDDDDG By Marsha Larsen My Favorite Year stars Peter O'Toole as the Errol Flynn-like character Alan Swann who may or may not make his scheduled appearance on the 50's TV show "Cavalcade of Comedy." King Kaiser, a Sid Caesar clone, heads the show and assigns Benjie Stone as baby-sitter for Swann to assure his presence and sobriety at air time. Benjie Stone, played by Mark Linn-Baker, is a hopeful, brash young comedy writer who, long a hero worshipper of the swashbuckling Swann, accepts the task willingly. During his stint as the star's overseer, he gets to know the man behind the celluloid image. Swann reveals himself as a troubled, unsure, self-doubting alcoholic, hating himself for failing the people who love him. ("You can always count on Alan Swann to let you down.") In the meantime, a sub-plot develops. King Kaiser refuses to cut from his next show a skit based on the Ma...

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News from the muse [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

News from the muse By Mary Diehl WHAT IS A MUSE? No one on our staff has seen any ethereal women in Grecian gowns floating around Capitol Campus (outside of toga parties) since Dr. Mahar's last presentation of Greek comedy. Why, then, do we persist in the use of the concept of a Muse? In an interview with Jan Garrett in Sydney, Australia, the modern American poet Philip Levine talked about his interpretation of the poetic muse: I think the muse is a portion of the self that largely lives asleep and that being inspired is really being totally alive. When I'm inspired I'm physically, mentally, and spiritually more me than I ordinarily am. I think the muse is a portion of the self which when it suddenl y enters the conscious self makes* you feel as though you were somebody else. But I think it's just you at your most. And since we are rarely ourselves at our most it does feel a little odd—and it's also delicious—and I think you learn to protract these moments to make them last ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

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Thermodynamics...a family affair [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Thermodynamics...a family affair By Kim Guzzi The law of conservation of energy, the basic principle of thermodynamics, is based on the idea that energy is neither created nor destroyed but, instead, can only be transformed. The Aungst family is transforming energy—between generations. William K. Aungst, associate Erofessor of engineering, and is son, William T. Aungst, both teacn-thermodynamics here at Capitol Campus. This is the first time a father and son have taught at Capitol. "We didn't plan to teach the same subject at the same school," the younger Aungst said. "It just happened." The father, William K. Aungst, received his Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Bucknell University and his master's degree from Lehigh University. After working in the engineering field at Western Electric and Westinghouse, he became a faculty member at Capitol thirteen years ago. Mr. Aungst felt Yve "couVo. maVie a bigger con tribution by teaching students." The son, ...

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Women's Fair begins Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Women's Fair begins Wednesday By Annette Cremo If you are a female, know a female, or have a mother, be sure to attend the Women's Fair November 10-12 on campus. This event will be sponsored by Returning Women, a women's organization on campus, and co-sponsored by Delta Tau Kappa, the social science honor society at Capitol. Wednesday, Nov. 10, Dr. Sandra Prince-Embury will present a lecture titled "Women in Power" in the Gallery Lounge at 8 p.m. Service providers will have a booth set up to disseminate information Thursday, Nov. 11 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and again from 5-9 p.m. On Friday the service providers will be there from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The organizations will be set up in the BCAC Lounge Thursday and Friday. Some of the participants include: Harrisburg Reproductive Health Services, the American Cancer Society, Tri-County Planned Parenthood, Harrisburg NOW, Gay Switchboard of Harrisburg, Birthright of Harrisburg, PROBE, Rape Crisis Services, and YWCA. This event wil...

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Hawk Mountain a great weekend getaway [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Hawk Mountain a great weekend getaway By Joseph Hart Get away for the weekend. Leave that homework for Sunday night, that's when you usually do it anyway, right? Grab some friends, pile in the car, and take a drive up to Hawk Mountain. Why Hawk Mountain? Where else can you spend all day for $1.50, see beautiful scenery, watch hawks and eagles up close, and make brownie points with your humanities professor (Pretend you are going to Mount Olympus and tell the prof, you saw visions and received an omen from one of the migrating eagles.) When the weather is nice on the mountain, the hike is worth making for the scenery alone. The trees are ablaze with the reds, greens, and yellows of autumn and the air has the crisp tingle of oncoming winter Being on the mountain when the weather is overcast and windv doesn't sound like much fun but this is the best time to spot hawks. During windy days tne birds ride the deflected wind currents down close to the ridge line, coming within a s...

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Computer system available [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Computer system available Hv Wi' n> Kegley Previously limited to a few, computer assistance is now available to all Capitol Campus students and faculty—and it's free. The new system is called INTERACT—a computing tool that can benefit the novice and expert alike. Whether you're doing a dissertation, a research paper, or running a computer program, INTERACT can help make your job easier. Terry Majzlek, Operations Coordinator of the Computer Center says, "Everyone is eligible to use the INTERACT system. Faculty approval and your tuition payment are all you need to start." While gaining your professor's approval in general may be difficult, a minor request for computer time should be easy to obtain. "It's rare that a faculty member will not allow his class to use the computer," Majzlik said. Each faculty member is allotted two computer account numbers for each class. One is for course preparation and the other for the class. Once you have an account number, computer li...

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New Senators elected [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

New Senators elected Elections for Junior Senators of the Student Government Association were held on October 19. A swearing-in ceremony was held on October 21 in the Gallery Lounge. A reception followed. The newly-elected Senators are: Glen "Buck" Buckfeller, Junior Senator of Business Administration; Joe Oddo, Junior Senator of Public Affairs; Mike McMaster, Junior Senator of Science and Technology; Keith Shollenberger, Junior Senator at Large; Brian Burdette, Junior Senator at Large; Cindy Lyons, Junior Senator at Large; and Mary Ford, Junior Senator of Humanities. Congratulations!! The new SGA Constitution passed. Copies can be obtained in the Student Government office at W-110.

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Tight job market predicted for C.C. grads [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Tight job market predicted for C.C. grads By James Knshlan Capitol Campus students can expect to have a hard time find ing jobs after graduation, ac coming to Peg O'Hara, Coordinator, Career Planning and Placement. The current economy coupled with government spending cuts are to blame for this decrease in hiring, says O'Hara, who foresees no increase in the job market until the economy improves. A Capitol Campus reflection of this nationwide problem can be seen in the Hot File at the Placement Office. The Hot File contains resumes from graduates who are still seeking employment. They get first consideration for any job in their general fields. "That Hot File has more resumes in it than it's had in the last seven years," O'Hara says. Of the 142 resumes in the Hot File, 108 are from C.C. graduates with bachelor's degrees. O'Hara says the vast majority of these graduates are from the classes of 1982, only seven from the class of 1981. The...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Photography by Joe Hart Crisis In Lebanon 5 Lieutenant Colonel Alfred W. Baker spoke on the "Crisis in Lebanon" at Capitol Campus October 19. Baker was brought to cam pus by the International Affairs Association.

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