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JOBS! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1970
JOBS! (continued from page 1) Mr. Schulz said the part-time positions made available by Chamber members -include jobs such as secretary, bookkeeper, bartender, school bus driver, truck driver, mechanic, draftsman, cook, waitress, male dancing teacher, file clerk, sales clerk, and approximately 40 additional job categories. He estimated that more than 50 percent of the undergraduate students enrolled at Capitol Campus will be engaged in part-time work during the year.
Ecology, You Can Buy It At The Supermarket [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1970
Ecology, You Can Buy It At The Supermarket What you choose at the store reflects your concern for the quality of our environment. Phosphate Detergents The increasing quantity of phosphorous entering our waterways stimulates excess algae growth. When large amounts of algae decay, oxygen necessary for acquatic life is depleted. Pollution results. In a study by the Federal Water Quality Administration, WISK, TREND and DIAPER-PURE had substantially the lowest phosphate content out of 23 major presoaks, laundry and automatic dishwasher detergents. So: Use WISK, TREND, or DIAPER PURE for laundry, or Use Soap powder and Washing Soda. Use much less dishwasher detergent. Write detergent companies to print analysis of contents on boxes and to eliminate phosphates. Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) containers The Bureau of Solid Waste Management Director, Mr. Richard Vaughan says "When packaging containers manufactured of PVC are burned, corrosive gases are formed capable of severely damaging a...
Cosmic Column [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1970
Cosmic Column by Maurice ARIES: Bad month for participating in activities involving frisbees and incantations of Hare Krishna. Look for a change in your love of rudabagus around the fourteenth, nineteenth, and twenty-fourth. TAURUS: Good time to start a ban the bra riot at a bridal shower. Try to be more acetic in the future. GEMINI: You'll find a disgusting delight in the misfortune of a close relative. Don't allow this to upset your bathing habits. CANCER: Women's Lib will discover an advocate close to you who is a spy for male chauvinists. Be sure of your feelings toward her. LEO: Don't be disappointed if friends find your constant monopoly playing a bore. Remember, the. Boardwalk wasn't built in a day. VIRGO: Place no faith in barbers who believe Spiro Agnew is president and Adolf Hitler is really Howard Hughes. Especially if his as cendent is Mars. LIBRA: Diabolical plots develop around the fifteenth.. Don't be offended if your favorite cartoon character becomes involve...
Poet's Corner [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1970
Poet's Corner by Michael Rix A man and a woman united into one created me, Deep was that love that made me and the two before, Their love brought forth two more And after that no more were bore. As we grew up we grew apart, Between us the world; among us nothing. Now that we are grown we never had known That love was something more than a word. The house was not a home, The brothers were not brothers And the sister was too young to know About the hassle of her home. A house made up of seven bored me, Shallow was that love that destroyed me.
Bus Service This Week for Meade Heights [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1970
Bus Service This Week for Meade Heights Walking a mile is little to ask a student who is interested in an education, but during the Winter Term it will be a long, cold hike from Meade Heights to the Administration Building. One solution that has been offered is to hire a bus to run between the residence areas and the classroom building. This problem is not a new one, but there has been.no long-term operational solution. In 1967 a shuttle bus was operated between the University Apartments, which housed all female resident students, and the dining hall. The bus was run by students hired by the school. Discussion has been carried on for nearly a year in the current situation and an attempt will be made to start a bus service for students during the week of October 12. It will cost ten cents a ride to or from Meade Heights. Students are requested to carry correct change in order to expedite boarding the bus. Stops will be made before and after class, The Meade Heights stop is th...
Thoughts on Meade Heights Life [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1970
Thoughts on Meade Heights Life MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1970 (From my journal) on a summer day at the shore by Ann Ferrino It's Monday morning and it's raining on my day off. I had hoped I could get to the beach today. I've been trying not to get myself too down these days. Playing at the coffee house helps me alot. I had breakfast with my cousins from Washington thank God Frank didn't start talking about the great Spiral Agnew again. For a man with all his education he sure can be blind sometimes. Brodbeck and Weidner keep Popping into my thoughts. I have to write an article about Meade Heights for the newspaper I think I'll just write about what it meant to me. How beautiful it looked in the snow, spring, and fall. How the boys tied skis on the back of a VW and skied round Meade Heights one snowy morning, how one night after a kegger 65 kids piled on a convertible to the point where you couldn't see the car. I remember how it looked when I took walks around when I was crying and d...
Committee Chairman Announced: [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1970
Committee Chairman Announced: The following students have been appointed to serve on various committees throughout the year: Kathi Dooley—Election Committee Doe Perkowska—Commencement Committee Amy Newman—Bus Committee If any student is interested in helping these girls with their activities, please leave your name and number in the Student Affairs or Student Government Offices.
Committee Formed To Conquer Environmental Problems! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1970
Committee Formed To Conquer Environmental Problems! by Daniel Durante This is an introduction to the committee and a general commentary on the problem today. Dan Durante, with the help of other students, will form the new committee. Dan is also a member of the Capitolist staff. Our earth is going to hell, and we are all responsible directly or indirectly for its horrible condition. And, since we are responsible for its condition, it is our responsibility to fight against environmental decay, to save the earth, not to mention ourselves. Most of us are considered part of the younger generation, hence, this is our earth more than anyone else's, for we will have to live with it longer for better or worse. In our youth, we also have something going for us in our fight against environmental decay. This is tne one or many reasons we mate the most sense out of a bad environmental situation. Rene Dubus wrote, "The most hopeful sign for the future is an attempt by the rebellious you...
Clifford Mason - New Assistant Prof [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1970
Clifford Mason - New Assistant Prof Appointment of an assistant professor of engineering at The Pennsylvania State University's Capitol Campus, has been announced by Dr. Richard H. Heindel, dean of faculty. He is Clifford A. Mason, former research assistant at'the University^ Ordnance Research Laboratory, on the University Park Campus. A liberal arts graduate of Columbia College, Mr. Mason received his B.S. from the Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and his M.S. in electrical engineering from The Pennsylvania State University. He served as electronic engineer for the EDO Corp., College Point, L. I., and ACF Electronics, Paramus, N. J., before joining the Ordnance Research Laboratory in 1965. Mr. Mason is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, which recently accepted for publication his paper on "The Optimum Bandwidth of a Low Pass Filter for Detection of a Pulse in Ndnstationary Noise." He is married to the former Joyce L...
Activities Planned... [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1970
Activities Planned... by Luann Berulis The social life on Campus is coordinated through the Social Committee. This group of students works with the other organizations in planning most of the campus social activities. For the first time, the committee has initiated a student activities card. This card is used to gain admittance to all of the activities on campus. Working with Steve - Forman, chairman, are five co-chairman. They are Al Litwak-finances, Mike Walsh-movies, Penny Wood-keggers, Ginger Gutekunst-dance committee, and Eileen Benjamin-Senior Ball. Membership to the Social Committee is open to any student who is interested in planning activities on campus. The President s Council is an organization comprised of all of the Campus club's Presidents. It meets to coordinate social activities on campus. The chairman is Steve Forman, social secretary is Ginger Gutekunst, and S.G.A. representative is Rosemary Bennett. This column is reserved exclusively for student activitie...
The Couseling Center Blows.... Grass? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1970
The Couseling Center Blows.... Grass? by Lee Nell Capitol Campus literally reeks with enlightenment. Most of us who aren't engineers have the privilege of choosing our own courses to the point of planning our own programs. We enjoy responsible counseling and methods of handling unwanted pregnancies. We even have a "coed" dorm. But wait! What are those papers hanging on the bulletin board in the west wing? Could it be . . . ? Yes, it is the old "Killer Drugs" stuff and the papers are there for everyone to read, love, and cherish like an advertisement from an 1896 Sears catalogue. Like the old advertisements, the drug paper contains many over statements and half-truths, and it presents a picture that is far from the real thing. Unlike the advertisements hopefully, the paper contains several complete falsifications. It would compare to ordering what you have assumed to be a hand-warmer and ending up with a fur-lined corset. The paper is entitled "Alcohol and Tobacco vs. Marijua...
To Meade Heights Residents: Our Little Corner of the Earth [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1970
To Meade Heights Residents: Our Little Corner of the Earth Many Meade Heights residents might like to know how they can do their part for ecology. Here are some practical tips. Compiled by Libby Marsh The reason to be careful about the kind of soap or detergent you use is that the high-phosphate kinds do over-fertilize the river and the ocean. Worse in the long run is that all the phosphorous is lost forever to the ocean and some day our kids might wish we'd left them some to fertilize food. It is the familiar brands of detergents which are the highest in phosphorous, Tide, Cheer, and the rest. However your friendly neighborhood Food Fair now stocks a low-phosphate brand called Ecology which should be less harmful. The chief advantage of the detergents has been that they function in cold or hard water. However oldfashioned soap like Fels does a good job, smells clean, and breaks down naturally after it's gone down the drain. Soap like this must be dissolved in advance in the...
Is The Board of Governors Valid? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1970
Is The Board of Governors Valid? Learning by sharing — Jim McLean and Dr. Ed Racey discuss human potential by Skip Lewis How long will the students of Penn State Capitol Campus endure while a system of student government pulls them apart and encumbers on already frail unity? How long will the students living in Meade Heights be asked to acknowledge allegiance to two student governing bodies? And how long will dorm students tolerate the "exclusiveness" of living in Meade Heights? These are just three of the questions left over from last year. A year which saw little, if any, progress in centralizing the student government but did see a dividing of the students between those living in Meade Heights and those living in the dorms. Meade Heights is a wonderful, progressive, challenging phenomena in student housing, despite the many problems that are arising out of such a neighborhood type of environment. All the students living in Meade Heights, I am sure, are glad to be part...
Cross-Country and Bowling [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1970
Cross-Country and Bowling SPORTS REPORTS by Tony McGovern The Capitol Campus recreation/ athletic department under the competent direction of Mr. Robert Stanley has and is undergoing rapid progress since the beginning of the term. The cross-country schedule has already been established. (Games and players listed below). The bowling team has already one team and openings for others. (Available times, sex requirements and lessons listed below.) Bob held an officials clinic in the student center on September 30th, in order to instruct students interested in officiating at the intramural football games. Plans are being made for other activities this term. Around November 2, horseshoe contests for men, women and co-eds will be formed, and around November 4th, a bicycle derby for men, women, or co-eds. Walk-a-mile, cross country, and volleyball are included in these plans. All of these and any other activities will be announced. Bob told me of his intense interest in forming a s...
Football Schedule [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 14 October 1970
Football Schedule Faculty Team vs Junk — Oct. 8 at 4:00 p.m. YJC'ers vs Gino's Giant's — Oct. 8 at 4:00 p.m. DMZ vs XGI Club 'A' — Oct. 8 at 5:00 p.m. Hell, Death & Destruction *B' vs YJC'ers 'A' Team — Oct. 8 at 5:00 p.m. The Headhunters vs Studs 'B' — Oct. 12 at 4:00 p.m. Trojans vs XGI Club 'B' — Oct 12 at 4:00 p.m. Hell, Death & Destruction 'B' vs '3rd Floor Church — Oct. 12 at 5 p.m. XGI Club 'A' vs Faculty Team — Oct. 12 at 5:00 p.m. Hell, Death & Destruction 'A' vs Gino's Giant's — Oct. 13 at 4 p.m. Faculty Team vs The Headhunters Oct. 13 at 4:00 p.m. DMZ vs YJC'ers *B' Team — Oct. 13 at 5:00 p.m. Studs 'A' vs XGI Club 'A' — Oct. 13 at 5:00 p.m. 3rd Floor Church vs XGI Club 'B'—Oct. 15 at 4:00 D.m. YJC'ers 'B' Team vs Faculty Team—Oct. 15 at 4:00 p.m. Trojans vs Junk — Oct. 15 at 5 p.m. Hell, Death & Destruction 'B' vs Studs 'B' — Oct. 15 at 5:00 p.m. YJC'ers 'A' Team vs XGI Club 'A' — Oct, 19 at 4:00 p.m. Faculty Team vs Trojans — Oct....