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Psychosocial Science Graduate Program [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
Psychosocial Science Graduate Program A reception for the first student to be enrolled in the new graduate program in Psychosocial Science was held Monday evening, September 24, in the Gallery Lounge at The Capitol Campus of The Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Robert Colman, adviser for the initial graduate students, officially welcomed the new enrollees. Other members of the Psychosocial Option faculty were on hand to greet the guests and answer questions concerning the campus and the new master's program. The program which was approved by the University's Board of Trustees at its July meeting, is designed to equip students with the necessary skills to cope effectively with the multi-faceted problems facing contemporary communities. The course offerings will prepare students to recognize community problems, outline and implement possible solutions and evaluate the effectiveness of the suggested solutions. Thirty-three credits are needed to complete the program including ...
National Teachers Examinations Test dates announced [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
National Teachers Examinations Test dates announced Princeton, N.J. — College seniors preparing to teach school may take the National Teacher Examinations on any of the four different test dates announced by Educational Testing Service, a nonprofit, educational organization which prepares and administers this testing program. New dates for the testing of prospective teachers are: November 10, 1973, and January 26, April 6, and July 20, 1974. The tests will be given at nearly 500 locations throughout the United States, ETS said. Results of the National Teacher Examinations are used by many large school districts as one of several factors in the selection of new teachers and by several states for certification or licensing of teachers. Some colleges also require all seniors preparing to teach to take the examinations. The school systems and state departments of education which use the examination results are listed in an NTE leaflet entitled Score Users which may be obtained b...
I.E.E.E. Gets Going [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
I.E.E.E. Gets Going 0%f€Utff€tfi04t 1fe*M The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers got the new year off to a roaring start with it's first meeting September 26. The organizations history, purpose and activities were outlined by Clifford A. Mason, Assistant Professor of Engineering and Jim Yorgey, President of I.E.E.E. Capitol Campus. New members were welcomed and encouraged to participate in upcoming activities. The organizations second meeting to be held October 10 will feature James Floyd, a nuclear engineer from MET-ED. Mr. Floyd will give a lecture on nuclear power generating stations and their impact on the environment. Other upcoming events include a field trip to the Peach Bottom Nuclear Power Plant and a video tape recording presentation relating to an engineers job. The video tape war recorded at Lutron Electronics in Coopersburg, Pa. by John E. Sabo * * * *
Ski Club [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
Ski Club The first meeting of the Ski Club was held on October 3, at The Student Center. The Ski Club will be holding a bake sale Thursday, October 11, in Vendorville. Several films will be shown this term at the meetings, which will be held on Wednesday evenings. Dues are $3 for the year. Skiers will be spending a week in Vermont during the spring break in March. The club will be paying part of the expense for members. If interested in skiing or learning to ski, come join us at our next meeting on October 10 at 7:30 in the Student Center. * * * *
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
&&' TQead&i C.C. Reader is published by the students of Pennsylvania State University at Capitol Campus, Middletown, Pa. and is printed Thursday of each week during Fall, Winter, and Spring Terms by the West Shore Times. Opinions expressed by the editors and staff are not necessarily those of the university administration, faculty, or students. Co-editors Frank DeSantis & Charlie Holeczy Advertising Manager Mike Wonnemacher Staff Jim Bollinger, Wanda Burkholder Doug Gibboney, Maryann Kascak Sam Randazzo, Frederic Shattls. ******
fcead&i Reuietv*, [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
fcead&i Reuietv*, Groucho, Harpo, CrSico and sometimes Zeppo University Park, Pa. — A fascination with film comedians dating back to his early childhood led Joseph Adamson, assistant professor of theatre arts at The Pennsylvania State University, to write his master's thesis on the Marx Brothers. The thesis, done at the University of California at Los Angeles, now has been published with little revision by Simon and Schuster, titled, "Groucho, Harpo, Chico, and Sometimes Zeppo." "I had my first movie projector at age five," Adamson said, "and from then on I was hooked on the great comedians." Pursuing his interest, he discovered the lack of comprehensive work on the Marx Brothers, although books were available on Chaplin, Keaton, and all the other greats, he explained. Reviewed by Variety as "the best with the most by all odds" and as "enough laughs to last at least through the winter" by New York magazine, the 464-page book with 80 illustrations was accepted for p...
Mr. Paul - Herts your chance [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
Mr. Paul - Herts your chance A new portable kit to collect scene-of-the-crime evidence as to who has fired a gun has been developed by a nuclear chemist at The Pennsylvania State University. Working in cooperation with the Pennsylvania State Police, Dr. K. K. S. Pillay has perfected a "film lift" method that can make gunpowder residue as detectable as grease. "The kit, which is small and can easily be carried by any officer, would permit identification of possible suspects before the evidence can be washed off or worn away," says Dr. Pillay. "We can now distinguish," says Dr. Pillay, "the hand that pulled the trigger from a hand that only held the weapon after it was discharged. "In fact, we can even determine, from gunpowder residue on the skin, clothing, etc., whether a person was merely in a room where a gun was fired." It also promises better protection for the innocent. Dr. Pillay, a research associate in nuclear engineering at Penn State, developed the kit to extend th...
Ms. ouann Souks an Mens lift [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
Ms. ouann Souks an Mens lift Last Thursday, Dr. Lear's So. Sc. (331 Social Movements) class was fortunate to have guest speaker, Ms. Pat Quann and her colleague Ms. Sharon Smith. The discussion dealt with Women's Lib and equal rights for women. Ms. Quann is a member of the Women's Political Caucus and Harrisburg Women's Rights. The lecture was both enlightening and enjoyable. Ms. Quann started at the origins of sexism and gave a history of the Women's movement up until present times. After the lecture she entertained numerous questions from the audience. Any interested women wishing to either join or initiate a chapter on campus is asked to contact: Women's Center YMCA Fourth and Walnut Streets Harrisburg, Pa. During the course of the term Dr. Lear is planning to have guest speakers at least once a week (Thursdays usually). On October 11, 5th period in room E338, there will be a guest speaker to discuss Public Television. Visitors are cordially invited. * * * *
JOBS EUROPE [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
JOBS EUROPE Santa Cruz, California. "Jobs for young people 18 to 29 are now available in Europe any time of the year" said Dr. F. X. Gordon, President of Princeton Research, at an interview with Stanford University and Palo Alto High School students. In the past 13 years we have found jobs in Europe for 10, 823 young people . Three thousand (3,000) jobs are now available anytime of the year - Winter, Spring, Summer and "The European Common Market unemployment rate is 50 per cent less than that of the United States. Job availability forcasts for 1974 High School and College graduates in the United States are not so rosy. There are more young people entering the job seeking market (some 1,300,000 per year) than there are suitable jobs. These guaranteed salaried jobs are mostly for trainees (general help) as stewardesses and stewards on trains, with large 1st class hotels, restaurants, supermarkets , department stores, etc. in Switzerland, England and Belgium. Most of the job...
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
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KOSMIG KAPER KREATIONS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
KOSMIG KAPER KREATIONS A young bird descends in search for Seed and finding none Departs far in search of rewards He knows he must diligently Seek what he truly desires For it is not seeking him To not search is to weather the Spirit and condemn it to Eternal blackness. **** Charlie The Adventures of Komet Kommander Kap and his Saturn Sweets (ou-la-la) By DYNACO LIST As you remember from last week we had left Kap in the midst of a most horrifying encounter with a... Scratch...Snap...Beep...Beep... "Strata Space Controll"...Scratch..."to Komet Kommander, do you read me?"...Beep. "Strata Space"...Scratch..."to Komet Kommander," Crackle...Crackle..."read me?" "Custard!" Beep..."This is Komet Kommander here"...Scratch. "Alert! You're being ordered"...Snap..."Back to Earth, Pronto!" "What's the problem, S.S.C.?" "Comeon"...Snap..."Down"...Scratch... ''What's that'*. ..Crackle...Scratch...? Beep...Cackle...Cackle..."Strata Space"...Beep..."Control?" "Space Control?" Scratch...Cr...
& & CAOKVUJ, tfSS 7^e TftuncfceA uQ3& [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
& & CAOKVUJ, tfSS 7^e TftuncfceA uQ3& by c. toder Each week I hope to publish in the C.C. Reader, a favorite recipe that is a product of a muchie raid in the kitchen. A prerequisite for these recipes are their succulent and tantalizing affect that they have on your taste buds. These recipes are designed to take into account those of you whose skills are limited when it conies to culinary feats. This week's tasty tid-bit is Peanut Butter Cookies. The ingredients are: V4 cup fat (like butter, margarine or shortening) V4 cup peanut butter (for those of you who are peanut butter freaks try using crunchy style peanut butter - it adds a dimension to the final product) Va cup white sugar l A cup brown sugar 1 egg (if you use small sized eggs add a few drops of milk) IV* cups of all purpose flour (sifted, but if you're lazy it's not all that necessary) 3 A teaspoon soda (that's baking not club) Vt teaspoon baking powder V* teaspoon salt a few drops of lemon jui...
Ocean Drain Plug Theory Announced [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
Ocean Drain Plug Theory Announced 'The more I know the less I want to learn." - Voigt Lee shortly after his frontal lobotomy. "The bottom of the ocean," declares Doctor Peter Hall of the Swuan Ti School of Esoteric Wisdom, "may be exactly like your bathtub!" Hall, well known throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region for his many dissertations, then went on to explain his recent theory about the possibility of a huge drain plug being located on the ocean floor. Although he has not pin-pointed an exact location, Doctor Hall believes it to be somewhere due east of Nag's Head, N.C. "Ah, assuming it is in this position, that would, ah, put it in the same spot as Atlantis, the Lost Continent," Hall said. He cites this as being the prime cause for Atlantis' sinking, "You see, the plug popped out for a couple of minutes." Doctor Hall also claims the United States Government has extensive knowledge of the plug but refuses to release it becuase secret documents on the Watergate Affair have b...
OFHERIDREAM [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
OFHERIDREAM From deep iffside these prison walls, I dream again of ivory halls. I think back to days gone by, Of soft brown hair and trembling thigh. I remember now the warm soft kisses Given me by my love, my missus; Of warm golden days I now remember, And fanning our love from a tiny ember; Of earthly days and heavenly nights, My wonderful memory now takes flight. Oh, she who I love has now grown cold, And has to another her affections sold. But I for her do not despair, For now I have not the least to care... Of her I dream, and the love we gave From deep inside my cold, dark grave. by Romeo Trajanus Man has divided into three All divided in life Blaspheme man has his misery Bless man has his generosity Meditative man has his preception and peace Yet each is a man My flesh counterpart linked by The eternally flowing soul of the divine. Charlie * * * *
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
J} COLLEGE STUDENTS POETRY ANTHOLOGY Sj j? The NATIONAL POETRY PRESS S£ U announces its Jl S SPRING COMPETITION U WM The closing date for the submission of manuscripts by College Students is 0 ft Novembers 8 j3 ANY STUDENT attending either junior or senior college is eligible to submit 0 2S his verse. There is no limitation as to form or theme. Shorter works are pre- If ^ ierred by the Board of Judges, because of. space limitations. ^ 5f Each poem must be TYPED or PRINTED on a separate sheet, and must Jfi 52 bear the NAME and HOME ADDRESS of the student, and the COLLEGE I] 0 ADDRESS as well. X U MANUSCRIPTS should be sent to the OFFICE OF THE PRESS ^ S NATIONAL POETRY PRESS B J/ 3210 Selby Avenue Los Angeles, Calif. X O 90034 M
A Disturbing thought [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 11 October 1973
A Disturbing thought A disquieting tale of mistreated babies has resulted from research on teen-age parents, conducted by Dr. Vladimir de Lissovoy, professor of child development and family relations at The Pennsylvania State University. His three-year study of the problems of 48 teen-age married couples, 46 of whom were expecting children at the time of their marriage, shows, says the researcher, "that it is evident that these. young parents were not familiar with developmental norms of their children. "It is my conclusion that the children of many adolescent marriages have a high risk of joining the number of battered and abused babies." Dr. de Lissovoy's study involved mothers who averaged 16% years of age and fathers who averaged just over 17 years in age. Forty-one of the mothers and 35 of the fathers were high school dropouts, and they came from families described as "rural working class." Dr. de Lissovoy points out that each of the couples was visited and interviewed ...