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What Became 01 The Leftover Yellow Bricks [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
What Became 01 The Leftover Yellow Bricks Words From The Other Side or by Gregg Crescenzo Once upon a time (What's a time) in a far away part of the world, sprawled the fertile magical hills of Cam-pus. What a mysterious little place it was, for in Cam-pus the night of Tues-day was the time designated for worship, it was on this day that the citizens of Cam-pus did congregate and join in sharing the sacraments placed upon their altars by the annointed heads, in the Church of Stash-whom most felt, if not saw. (more of the culture, following a word form our sponsor) Buy! The- fertile magical hills of Cam-pus surround in a motherly fashion the plan of Highets, it is here that most altars have grown in the past four terms (a term is the time it takes to go from down to up, depending upon the citizens tongue weight.). Also in this motherly shroud-directly across from the plain of Highets and through the enchanted ravine, rise the Land of the Dorms, here the ghost-like Echoes li...
The Week That Was [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
The Week That Was by Len Panza THE WEEK is over. For the uninitiated , Orientation/Registration week represents a combination of mayhem and pleasure which seems to many to be much more mayhem than pleasure. Subjected to more confusion and problems than anyone else are the new students, and despite the efforts of both faculty and administrators, many Juniors still suffer registration anxieties. This term, a group of students from Delta Tau Kappa, the International Social Science Honor Society, pooled their efforts in an attempt to alleviate the frustration and woe usually suffered during registration procedures. Our group assumed the unofficial title as the Social Science Subversive Counseling Service and headquartered itself in the TV lounge. Our goal was simple: To provide assistance, answer questions, and offer personal opinions on anything and everything. A service such as ours~by students, for students-had never before been offered during registration at Capitol Campus. ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
To the editors of the Capitolist: On"Tricken Sie" The Capitolist should be proud of its splendid coverage of the often over-worked, under-used, and mis-used word 'f*ck\ Such a good Middle English word like 'Fucken' (Middle Dutch 'fokken') is often overlooked by moralistic linguistic prudes! However, I would not have such an interesting article marred by the slight fudging over of the usage of the particle 'f*ck*ng' as an adverb, or the gerund 'f*ck*ng' as an adjective. In 'Mary .is f*ck*ng interested in John' the word under consideration is used as an adverb but is more correctly said to be a verbal modifier, modifying the verb. In 'Mary is f*ck»ing beautiful' (since it is not .'Mary is f*ck*ng beautifully') the gerund 'f*ck*ng' iis a verbal form modifying the noun; possibly it is also part of the complimentofthe verb. With this noted, correctly I think, I am sure that Mary and myself will not get gerunds and particles screwed (up). Thank you, John (as dictated to M.K.) P.S. A f...
THAT'S BESIDE THE POINT [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
THAT'S BESIDE THE POINT subtitled dextrose doesn't always imply sugar by Samantha Bower The other day I was looking around in my head for a poem. Yes, I, Too, am one of those people who try to put down their thoughts about things in a vague verse form. Anyway, I was holding one of those nifty Bic Pens which can write on anything. Well, it wasn't even writing on paper at this point, 'cause I couldn't think of anything to say. I started to look at the pen, then got distracted by my hand. Maybe I would write a "hand-poem", a poem-hand?, a poem of hands, a hand of poems, a land of poems, land of hands?-yeah, a land of hands. You see, I have this hand, two, actually something for me. Hands are really something. You can use them to flirt (remember the old fan-flirtation bits?), to eat, especially that category of foods called finger foods (check your Emily Post as to which ones are socially acceptable before trying salad in public). You can type, write, play music, make friends,...
October Events to be Sponsored by Delta Tail Kappa [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
October Events to be Sponsored by Delta Tail Kappa October 7 ---General organizational meeting for D.T.K. members and recent applicants. ---Ratification of Constitution and selection of special committees. —TV Lounge, 7:30 p.m. October 7 —Discussion of Law Boards —Terry Wimmer and Lee Nell will discuss their experiences in taking the boards with those who plan on doing the same in the future. —Coffee lounge, 3:00 p.m. Octoberl2 —Informal Open House for all Social Science students and faculty. -Coffee lounge, 7:30 p.m.
Alive... [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
Alive... (con't. from p. 1) University policy, USG unanimously granted a charter to the new organization, officially known as "The Other Vision: Homophilesof Perm State." CAMPAIGN BEGINS Now having official status on campus, members of HOPS began an extensive publicity campaign to acquaint the Penn State community with the group's objectives. During the first week of that campaign Dr. Raymond Murphy, Acting Vice President for Student Affairs, informed HOPS that our privileges had been suspended pending the results of an arbitrary investigation of the organization's "Legality." Despite this unforseen and enraging act of discrimination HOPS not only carried out its planned activities, among them "gay" workshops in the Colloquy 71 program, a picnic, and numerous group discussions, but also began soliciting student support by raising the HOPS issue at other organizations' meetings, in classrooms and at student raps held by the administration. On May 20 some 25 chartered student or...
OFFBEAT STORY TAKES TO ROAD [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
OFFBEAT STORY TAKES TO ROAD In an age when motion pictures grow more complex, but not necessarily more successful, Warner Bros.' "The Rain People," opening....at the....Theatre, is a simply contrast. Made on the roads of America in the best "cinema verite" tradition by a mobile film-producing unit self-contained in eight vehicles, the movie nonetheless has enormous stature. "The Rain People," starring Shirley Knight, James Caan and Robert Duvall, deals with an erratic housewife who abruptly decides to start driving across the United States rather than stay with her husband in a confused marriage. The offbeat story, written by director Francis Ford Coppola, was deliberately constructed to allow inclusion of local color, local people and local incidents as the woman wanders. To accomplish that, the film company organized a caravan of vehicles ranging from a bus to minibikes. In the bus were installed facilities for view and cutting film and a production office. Eventually, "Th...
SCREW RIDES AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
SCREW RIDES AGAIN For those of you who remember, the fickled Nittany Screw thunderously entered the life of an employee at Capitol Campus last year but was curtailed by some very energetic students. All of you thought that the Nittany Screw was under control but to our surprise it struck again. This time it hit right where it hurts, the pocketbook. If any of you visit the Student Center between the hours of 7:30PM to 1:30AM, you wUl notice that the student help is no longer there. Instead, student help has been replaced with full time employees. What has caused this to happen to our students who looked forward to a little spending money to help in the rising costs of an education? While researching this dilemma, it was found that the Main Men at the Palace decided that the Student Center was not making a profit. This could not happen at a NON-PROFIT organization. So it was decided to replace student help with higher paid employees. So the students got the screw for giving la...
Faculty Profile [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
Faculty Profile George F. Barbary by Ray A. Nearhood and Lee Fisher This week the CAPITOLIST interviewed a new member of the faculty, Mr. George F. Barbary. Mr. Barbary is in the Humanities and Philosophy Department, where he holds an assistant professorship. Originally from the local area, he attended Dickinson College. There he majored in Mathematics and History, minoring in English literature. While there he received his Ph. D. in 1943. After serving three years in the Marine Corps as a First Lieutenant, he resumed his schooling at Columbia University from which he earned an M. A. in Political and Social Science, with a minor in Constitutional Law in 1948. He then attended the University of Denver Law School, was editor of the Law Review and a member of the Omicron Delta Kappa honorary fraternity. He graduated Cum laude and received his J .D. in 1952. From 1953 to 1968 he practiced Law in Denver and in 1968 received a second M.A., this time in pure philosophy, from the ...
NO HOOPLA AT CAPITOL CAMPUS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
NO HOOPLA AT CAPITOL CAMPUS by Steve Rosenzweig Hoopla is the Philadelphia 76'ers new word for basketball. Here at Captiol Campus, we'll have no Hoopla, nor basketball. Student assistance funds to keep the base gym open just aren't there. In fact the student body can feel lucky that there's just enough money to cover the cost of running the intramural football program. Not only wilt the gym be closed, but the Athletic building will have such limited hours that students wishing to use it, will almost have to make appointments to use it. The only time it will be available is when Bob Stanley can be there. The problem is that only $500 of the $2,400 requested for ;tudent assistance was made available to the school. That's $1,900 short of the budget, and all that money was to go for student related jobs and now they're stuck. Besides having the gym and athletic building's equipment going to waste because of no money for student workers, varsity sports such as Cross Country, Tenn...
POETS CORNER fo~ C/vu/C frytas [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
POETS CORNER fo~ C/vu/C frytas black might beautiful night may they never paint you white. calmer of mind, haunted by lights, filling my soul with cool winds soothing, blanketing all the city's sense of losing; summer night, drawing wonder at sight, ushering away softly every mind's plight; gift of the good, contented mood, stay with me always.
Teacher Evaluation [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
Teacher Evaluation The next issue of the CAPITOLIST will contain the initial installment of a new "Teacher Evaluation" series, for the benefit of those who want additional information and opinions on professors and courses they plan to take in the future. These evaluations will consist of comments made by students who have been enrolled in these classes. All curriculums will be involved throughout the year. Professors will be chosen randomnly. Any student who wishes to offer comments, may leave them in W-I05. Although opinions will be published anonymously, the student's name should be included with the viewpoints. In addition, CAPITOLIST reporters will be gathering answers from students in person, during class days.
NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 7 October 1971
NOTICE Announcing the acquisition of the famed Wurst syndicated column ASK US by the Fickle Pickle sisters. The Pickle sisters will answer all letters submitted to the Capitolist, and print those fit to be read. Send in your questions concerning love, sex, dating, marriage, whatever and the Pickle sisters will read them and answer them.