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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
Tho Capitol Campus Reader The C.C. Reader is published by the students of the Pennsylvania State University at Capitol Campus, Middletown, Pa., and is printed by the West Shore Tunes during the Fall, Winter and Spring Terms. Opinions expressed by the editors and staff are not necessarily those of the University Administration, Faculty or Students. Editor Frank DeSantis staff *n> Bollinger, Doug Gibboney Fred Prouser, «tohn Langdon, Romeo Trajanus
THANK YOU [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
THANK YOU I would like totake this opportunity to thank everyone for the great cooperation in making the Rite's of Spring a success. I would like to thank The Residence Living Program for donating the box lunches and lemonade. Also, the S.G.A., Ski Club, Social Committee, Young Democrats, Human Awareness, C.C. Reader, WZAP, and I.T.E. for donating the beer. I'd also like to thank Bob Galagher, Roy Smith, Ed Walanbach, The New Jazz Quartet, Matrix and Darling Victim for playing the great music which we had to entertain us. Last but not least, I sincerely thank all the people who helped make the T-shirts and posters, the people who set us and worked the sound system, the people who made and served the box lunches and all the peopl ^ who helped serve the beer. . ¦ Also, thanks to everyone who came and enjoyed themselves. You are the ones who really helped make this a success. HAPPY SPRING! Rich Cimoch Soc.M.H.B.ofG. ' Chaifjttan Rite's of ' Spring Committee * * * *
Reader Spotlights [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
Reader Spotlights <8> GAUDENZIA On Sunday, May 19th Gaudenzia House, the drug rehabilitation center will be sponsoring its' First Annual Spring Fair. The Fair will be held at the Harrisburg Police Picnic Grounds on Linglestown Road beginning at 11:00 a.m. A portion of the proceeds from the event will go towards expansion of Gaudenzia's programs here in the Central Pennsylvania area. At the present time, Gaudenzia operates a full time residential facility at the intersection of Route 22 and Route 743 near Grantville, a drop-in day care center at 1301 Howard Street in Harrisburg, and also conducts groups encounter sessions for inmates at the Dauphin county Prison. Gaudenzia has been in existence in the Central Pennsylvania area for over three years and its' programs are geared towards helping people with a drug problem or other related social problems. Currently there are over thirty people receiving assistance for their problems from the various Gaudenzia progra...
STUDENT GOVERNMENT "They" [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
STUDENT GOVERNMENT "They" By Russ Hogg Since we have been elected we have learned to be bureaucrats channeling most of our energy away from critical issues. It's like learning a new game; you have to know the rules before you can play it. We are still in the process of clumsily mastering these "rules" and have come to the conclusion that some twenty odd people cannot run the Student Government Association if it is to be an effective force. You are the government. There is no "they" existing on this campus as in "they should do this" and "they should do that." We are in need of people, good people, people oriented people who can dig on putting us (the students) where we rightfully belong. There are ten standing student committees which collectively could put this entire campus on a check and balance system and all students could be aware of current critical situations. Feasible? Yes! There is also government committment to form ad hoc (temporary) committees to research and keep...
An interview with Mr. Dressier [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
An interview with Mr. Dressier George Dressier is the Administrative Officer at Capitol Campus and, as such, is in charge of activities outside of the academic program. Before coming to Capitol, Dressier attended the University of Pittsburgh where he received a Master of Letters in industry, served in the Air Force and spent 26 years with U.S. Steel Corporation. The following interview was conducted April 19 in Mr. Dressier's office on the second floor of the Main Building. Q: It is often said that the Administration here at Capitol passes the buck to University Park when problems arise. Where does Capitol Campus stop and University Park begin? Dressier: Well, we are governed by policies which eminate from the Board of Trustees and the officers of the University. Those policies we must adhrer to, especially if we want to keep on working here. I know it's real easy to say University Park says this, University Park says that, but essentially it is true many times. I like to take...
MIIIUIIK TNI [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
MIIIUIIK TNI A guided tour of picturesque Harrisburg is being conducted by Dr. Irwin Richman, Social Science, and Professor Ambrose Klain, Regional Planning. Dr. Richman will guide the participants through the landmarks of Harrisburg and Professor Klain will relate to urban issues. The date is Saturday, June 1, 1974. The group will meet at 9 a.m. at the corner of Second Street and Holiday Inn Town, downtown Harrisburg. The tour should be completed by 11:30 a.m. Ample parking is available, free of charge, on the City Island, (enter the Island via the Market Street Bridge) Plan to attend a lunch after the tour. Bring you family and friends, there is no cost, it's free. For more information contact John Stiehler, 819B Weaver Avenue, Middletown, 944-0843. * * * *
STUDENT GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
STUDENT GOVERNMENT continued from page 3 designate an additional member. The Chairman shall be a Senior Senator. The Charter Review Committee shall: 1. review all applications for Student Organizations charters. They shall recommend to the Senate for acceptance or rejection of all applications. They shall monitor all organizations and recommend to the Senate if charters shall be revoked for any reason it deems justifiable. Teacher/Course Evaluation Committee Five students. Three shall be Seniors. Two shall be Juniors. The Chairman shall be a Senior. Teacher/Course Evaluation Committee shall design, distribute, collect, tabulate and distribute the results of the surveys at the end of each term, for the use by the student body, faculty and administration. At the end of each academic year all results shall be compiled into one comprehensive report. Campus/Community Service Committee Six students. Four shall be Seniors and two shall be Juniors. The President of the Student Governm...
Lookie here, folks [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
Lookie here, folks Right now a few members of the S.G.A. are in the process of working on a ^.'Grievance and Suggestion Box." Along with this, we are working on a form which can be used as a complaint, appeal or counterclaim. If you are interested please stop by in W-104, the Student Government Office. •p ^ ^ *l* We need concerned people to serve on various committees on this campus. There is a need for people who want to get involved. If you are bugged about the things that are happening around here don't just sit around and complain. Do something. Stop by the Student Government Office at W-104 if you are interested.
JUNIORS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
JUNIORS How about next year? Thought about a grade appeal system, student control over the student security force, an activities fee, beautifying the campus, a student center, concerts, keggars, other things? If you have - why not be a part of it? A few hours here and there can make it happen. YOU are the government. * * * * The cultural committee needs people. You may have an interest in this area, why not stop by W-103 and talk to Agnus Green about it? * ** * Petitions are available for students to sign concerning the current security director in W-104. * * * * The C.C. Reader needs help. HELP IT!! HELP YOURSELF!! * * * * ANYONE IN T ERESTED IN SERVING ON THE STUDENT COURT please contact any S.G.A. member or stop by W-104. If you are interested in the law and judicial processes start now. This could be a great opportunity. 9K 3K » *n
230 Diner [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
230 Diner by Fred Prouser "Are you having coffee this morning?" has become a familiar greeting to many Capitol students who venture out into the night in search of a place to eat and find themselves at the 230 Diner. The diner closes at ten p.m. and reopens for early morning breakfast at two a.m. Cars begin to arrive around one-thirty in the morning and their occupants wait for the 230 sign to light up and the diner lights to come on, the signal that the night shift is ready to serve the tired and sober, the sleepless, and those nursing their particular problem of the moment. Interesting crowds of people seem to congregate at different times of the morning. Between two and three a.m., those who have been out bar hopping stop by for a bite to eat and some coffee, the universal antidote for a hangover. Bar Hoppers observed include not only Capitol students, but assorted local people in various states of inebriation. After three a.m., a different crowd shuffles in. The hustle...
It Happened in Meade Heights [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
It Happened in Meade Heights The things some people do. We are subjected to so much grief at Capitol Campus and then this happens. It was almost enough to push us over the brink. We had a party on Friday night, May 3rd, at 925B Flickinger St. It was a somewhat typical "Heights" party until the crime was committed. After tr e crowd cleared and the only bet r that was left was on the floor the crime was discovered. Some Bum or Bums had stolen our April and May "Penthouse" and the May "Playboy" magazines from our bathroom. Now thats definitly a low blow! Now there is no hope - our last link to reality has been broken and none of us had yet gotten around the pictures and started reading any of the articles yet! How anyone could have gone so low is beyond me. But we know that whoever you are - that your conscience is bothering you. So to get the weight off you mind you can put the magazines in a brown paper bag and leave them in W-104 or sneak up at night & put them in ou...
The Reader Reviews Wizard oi oz-1974 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
The Reader Reviews Wizard oi oz-1974 By ZARDOZ Jim Bollinger Starring Sean Connery Attention science-fiction and fantasy buffs - here is the first movie since Clockwork Orange that you can sink your teeth into. It seems strange to note, but this is the first movie released since 1972 that really approaches classic sct-fic, and it's one of the few since 2001: A Space Odyssey that is worth seeing. Furthermore, Zardoz will be refreshing for anyone who goes to see it, simply because it IS science-fiction - fantasy. For those of us who have grown used to Sean Connery being THE James Bond ( Roger Moore is just a poor imitation), and who think it would be hard to imagine him without his Austin-Martin and exploding briefcases, here he proves us wrong. Dead wrong. Connery, who was looking a bit aged and paunchy in his last Bond flick, shows that he isn't really getting older, but is indeed getting better. He has mellowed just enough to become excellent for the part, and he is, after al...
3 Dogs in Labor [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
3 Dogs in Labor by Jim Bollinger Two new albums hit the charts in April (along with a number of others), and here I am to entertain you with my evaluations of their entertainment. The victims this ish are Three Dog Night with Hard Labor and Chicago with Chicago VII (in 1998, we'll probably be seeing Chicago MCMXLIV). Hard Labor 3 Dog Night ABC - Dunhill This album is probably one of their most entertaining yet. It's not stupendous, but it is good. It's their latest attempt at a semi-concept album, and they come quite close to pulling this one off. The very beginning of the album opens with that familiar circus-type refrain off their current hit-single "The Show Must Go On." It isn't the entire song, just that one refrain before they go into "Sure As I'm Sitting Here," which is a nice song, but nothing to get worked up about. It's followed by two fair songs (which include a reprise of "The Show.." 's refrain) before they swing into the album's gold nugget. "Sitting in Limbo" is...
Amnesty [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
Amnesty The War is not over for the millions of people whose lives are affected by the Amnesty issue. These people are 1. people who resisted the draft and are either in exilh in other countries or "underground" in the Uniteed States; 2. military resistors including the 30,000 at large deserters; 3. Vietnam era veterans with less-than-honorable discharges; 4. persons who have criminal records as a result of objections to the War; 5. families of resisters presently in exile, in prison, or "underground." There will be a meeting for all people interested in the Amnesty issue Sunday, May 19, 7:30 p.m. at the Friends Meetinghouse, 6th and Herr Streets, in Harrisburg. We will be discussing Amnesty in general: what it is, who needs it, and why it should be given. We will also be planning for future activities. Several potential recipients of Amnesty will be present at the meeting to discuss their feelings on the issue. We encourage those people who do not support Amnesty and those ...
Chicago sires a Seventh Son [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
Chicago sires a Seventh Son Chicago VII Chicago Columbia I haven't bought any Chicago albums since their third; the fourth was just a "greatest hits," and the rest didn't sound interesting enough. But then, one day on Starview, I heard some cuts from the album and I decided I had to have it. Well, I certainly wasn't disappointed. It's really a work of high quality. In this four-sided epic, each musician gets at least half a side to do his stuff, and the effect is a pretty versatile, relatively cohesive odyssey of sound. It runs the gamut from just bongos ("Prelude to Aire," "Aire") to an ARP Synthesizer (Byblos") and the Pointer Sisters ("Skinny Boy"). I'll never understand, though, why side 2 is. directly on the other side of side 1, and etc. - you have to change the records manually three times instead of once (if the sides were placed correctly). The best side of the album is side 3, which boasts one of their best songs ever, their current release, "Searchin' for So Long....
SCIENTIFIC SADISM [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
SCIENTIFIC SADISM by Jim Bollinger In a report released recently by United Action for Animals, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to insuring the humane treatment of laboratory animals, it was revealed that zoos across the nation are being used as compounds for research, and many of the animals in the exhibits are being used as laboratory animals by behavioral scientists, and others. In the report, it was pointed out that many organizations for animal protection, such as the Humane Society, have done little, if anything, to try to protect these helpless animals. The report cited a meeting of the American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums (AAZPA) in October 1973, which was attented by a number of animal-protection agencies, several government lab-animal procuring agencies, M.D.'s from Baylor, California, and Chicago, and the vivisection arm of the National Academy of Sciences. The purpose of the meeting, the report said, was to discuss the possibility of "(br...
k UAA. Inc. Progress report [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
k UAA. Inc. Progress report Replacement needed but Congressmen get plaques As our members know, UAA is pioneering in laboratory anumal welfare work, using every possible approach in the hope of finding the one that may be the most effective. Now is appears that our disclosures on "Higher Education U.S.A., or Animal Models of Terror and Pain" is the most effective work we have done so far. We have shown that students at institutions all across the country are being educated and trained to maim, kill, torment and torture animals - that they can earn their PhD's and other academic titles by abusing animals. This information has come as a bombshell to students at every level. Letters are pouring in even from elementary school children who tell us, in the scrawled handwriting of the very young, that they are angry and determined to do something to stop cruelty to animals in education. We feel certain their parents and teachers are hearing the views of these young people. A great ...
STUDIES IN ANIMAL AGONY [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 16 May 1974
STUDIES IN ANIMAL AGONY by Cherie Colston (Editor's note: The data for this article was obtained from United Action for Animals, Inc. by Mr. Colston.) How many of you will still believe the old myth that veterinarians are men whose careers are devoted to the relief of animal suffering? Some are, but this doesn't seem to include research veterinarians whose emphasis is on animal experimentation rather than the health and well-being of animal (or human) patients. Some veterinary medical educators are becoming concerned about this trend away from animal care toward research. Veterinarians today are trained in "basic" science (which routinely entails the artificial production of disease or injury in animals) and don't have enough knowledge to provide proper health care for sick animals. Since the establishments of competition for research grants was expanded to include veterinarians, we find them emulating researchers in medical schools, colleges, universities, and hospitals in th...