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CROSS COUNTRY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
CROSS COUNTRY NEWS The CrossCountry season will be in full swing this week and two home matches are scheduled. On Saturday, they will face Eastern Baptist; and in a triangular meet next Tuesday, they will face Messiah College and our own York Campus. The course starts in front of the AD building. Some players on this year's team include player-coach Ed Decook, Mike McHale, Bob Guss, Tim Rumsey, and Paul Hook.
24 HOURSAT LAST..J [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
24 HOURSAT LAST..J by Jane McDonald Until just recently, all residence halls on Campus were still observing the old visitation hours of Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 9 pjn.; Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 2 a.m.; and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 7 pjn. On Monday the 11th, voting began on the revised schedule. Both dorms piled into the Student Center at 6:30 and by 9:00 the same night a new policy went into effect. Pulling this off required 75% or 148 out of 250 students living in Wrisberg and Church to vote for the 24 hours, 7 days a week visitation. Of the 250, 206 students voted for, 3 against and 41 just didn't. The "new" hours for the residence halls appear to be quite lenient but just try and make a break to the 3rd floor Wrisberg without an escort. You may soon find yourself out in the cold yelling at the first lighted window. Although more people than usual may be inhahabiting the HOLLOW halls, "quiet hours" are still most strictly enforced. Something new has been added ove...
Words From The Other Side or [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
Words From The Other Side or (con't. from p. 3) wheel. Cheryl, open the door and let that last one out. And so she did. Do you really think people are going to understand what we're writing here? Speaking of that steering wheel. Alone! No, I'm getting an adaptor for it so it fits tight. Noooooo, it's the good old-fashioned long-lasting run-it-into-the-ground type. Yeah, I really get piggy sometimes. But what are you gonna do in a small town? How do you come around? I always thought that was very straight business, but very hard to do. Gotta be what? What are you panting for? I thought we were talking about shoes. Don't get talking about other clothes. Pants are one thing, but loafers really sell. Watch out for combat boots, you'll get stepped on. Personally, Fm laying up for the winter. No, I was too busy playing ball. Yeah, but I got enough home runs to compensate. Have you ever been rained out? You know we could wind-up this conversation and go play ping-pong. Let me s...
Varsity Basketball in Limbo [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 21 October 1971
Varsity Basketball in Limbo A meeting for prospective Varsity Basketball players was held last Thursday. There was somewhat of a disappointing turnout for Bill Aungst, who is afraid of no school support for Varsity Basketball. If no money is available to pay him for his coaching, he will volunteer his time—if there is enough support for the team. He wants this support to come from Student Affairs and from the Administration. He wants the students to show the Administration that they want to have a basketball team. There was not much enthusiasm last year for the team and he is fearful of a similar situation. Both Mr. Aungst and Athletic Director, Bob Stanley, agree that this sport can do much in promoting the school and it's spirit. There is almost $2,300, which is more than half the athletic budget, set aside for Varsity Basketball. Some of this money will pay for steak dinners for the players before the game. Fortunately, the money is being held in limbo until enough suppor...
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The Boss comes To campus [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 October 1971
The Boss comes To campus Last week, University President Oswald and Provost Althouse came to Capitol Campus to announce officially the appointment of Dr. McDermott as Provost of this campus and to discuss, the future of Capitol Campus. Looking well despite his recent health problems, Dr. Oswald declined to welcome us with all his heart, noting that he needed all it's help. Oswald began by outlining Capitol's possibilities for the future. He reported that we could become a most important campus due to our proximity to Harrisburg and to the Hershey Medical Center. While never really elaborating about our role relative to Harrisburg, Oswald did say that our increased autonomy would not include our own H-burg representative. Of Hershey, Oswald sees the two of us getting together with courses and programs. He suggested that we may eliminate overlapping courses and even exchange faculty and students. One of his main points last Wednesday morning was that of explaining the expansio...
Whars The Dean's Advisory Committee [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 October 1971
Whars The Dean's Advisory Committee One of the many committees established at Capitol Campus within the ' past year is the Dean's Advisory Committee for Student Affairs. This committee consists of five students representing each respective curriculum and the Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. John R. Grimm. In the past, these six individuals concerned themselves mainly with recruiting, screening and interviewing applicants for various positions available under the heading of Student Affairs. The purposes and powers for this committee were never clearly defined. Now, however, they have a definate goal — to form a bond between the faculty, administration and the student body. The committee operates as advisor to the Dean not only in matters of policy and budget in student affairs; but also as a clearing house for complaints, suggestions, ideas and questions about Capitol Campus. This advisory committee meets every week to discuss previous business and report on new problems which ha...
'...MEETING WAS NOT WORTHLESS. 9 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 October 1971
' ...MEETING WAS NOT WORTHLESS.9 Interviewer, Tom Black On Wednesday morning, October 20, President Oswald and Dr. Althouse arrived for an open meeting at Capitol Campus. The following interview is with S.G.A. President, Terry Wimmer, on the effects of that meeting. Were you surprised by anything President Oswald or' Dr. Althouse said? Terry — No. I was aware of what basically would be said by President Oswald. What do you think was the meaning of Dr. Oswald's visit? Terry - I think he felt obliged to come for two reasons: First, Protocol, and second, to clarify and go over in depth how Capitol with a Provost fits into the University system. Do you think it was a token visit? Terry — I don't want to use the word token. The meeting was not worthless. It was a chance for students to meet with the President. President Oswald is deeply concerned about Capitol and it's students. He is working under restraints when interacting with students of Capitol. These include health, time a...
Faculty Evaluations [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 October 1971
Faculty Evaluations (The CAPITOLIST apokgizes for the delay in publishing the promised Faculty Evaluations. Due to lack of space, this regular column was postponed so that more immediate items could be printed.) The Faculty members chosen for this week are both in the Social Science Curriculum. On Dr. John R. Nichols, Professor of Social Science and Psychology,, teaching Behavior Modification I (SoSc ): "He's done a greal deal of research on opiate addiction in certain animals. That can be interesting, but he's too much of a 'Skinnerite' for me." "I don't believe Behaviorism is the ultimate answer for all human behavior. But I liked the course, because he did present one of the major psychological theories (Behaviorism) well." "When I first met him, I rejected him as not being a complete individual, and therefore, his theories too. But when I got past the personality conflict, I found there was a lot of relevance in what he had to say." On Dr. Kathryn Starkey, Associate Prof...
MECHANICS OF PLACEMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 October 1971
MECHANICS OF PLACEMENT All seniors planning to use the services of the Placement Office in their job-seeking efforts during the coming year must register with the Placement Office before the end of the current term. Active recruiting will begin on campus January 10th and extend through April 28th, excepting only the period from March 15th through April 9th. Somewhat over 300 industrial, commercial, governmental and educational institutions have been invited to recruit, and as of October 15th, 71 had accepted our invitation. The final figure is expected to be between 125 and 140 from all areas of economic activity. The mechanics of registering for placement are simple, the number of forms to be completed is minimal. Visit the Placement Office, pick up the forms, complete and return them. An up-to-date copy of your transcript is highly desirable, and may be an unofficial copy. Requests for transcripts for all work undertaken at Penn State or one of the Commonwealth Campuses of...
HAPPY BIRTHDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 October 1971
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Editorial So now it's been a full year since the Head Shop was started. They have succeeded in some of their goals. Other ideas are only in the planning stages, but some of these may be completed too. Seniors can remember the November "bust scare" of last fall, that stemmed primarily from a lack of communication among many members of the Administration, Faculty and Student Body. From that original area of drug education and awareness and education, the Head Shop's concern has expanded to include "... involvement in campus and community, and better communication for all." The simplest explanation of their spirit is demonstrated by the Head Shop's "smile button" symbol. The methods for fulfilling their purpose of involvement are as general and varied as the statement itself: They were an integral part of the Faculty-Student Meetings last fall, which partly helped to ease the tensions about drug use and abuse. They conducted mini-seminars and discussions in con...
Evaluation [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 28 October 1971
Evaluation (con't. from p. 1) Professor I've ever had. And a fine teacher." Again, the Editors of the CAPITOLIST do not mean to imply that the quotes from students necessarily indicate any kind of consensus. The purpose of this column is simply to offer opinions of a few of the people who have taken or are presently enrolled in particular courses. Each week, students will be asked by CAPITOLIST reporters to express their views on Professors. All Curricula will be involved throughout the year. For obvious reasons, students' names are ommitted. Those wishing to offer comments on any Faculty member (regardless of whether the Professor has been mentioned previously in this column), may drop a note in the Student Activities Office in Room W-105, care of the CAPITOLIST. These written statements will also be printed anonymously. Please note: Any faculty member who desires to respond to this column is welcomed to do so.