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Gideons visit Capitol Campus; give away Bibles [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Gideons visit Capitol Campus; give away Bibles By Chris Pumarejo "Would you like to read the word of the Lord? Please take a free copy." For four hours, Gideon Foundation, offered free bibles on Capitol Campus, October 12. Gideon is a non-profit affiliate of the Christian Business and Professional Men. The Gideons monitored entrances to the building, offering copies of the New Testament to all who passed. Those who came in the front encountered a soft-spoken gentleman named Paul Lauver. He explained the mission of the Gideons and their services: "What separates the Gideons from other missionaries is our approach," Lauver says. "We don't preach what we believe; but simply hand out copies of it." Also, the Gideons don't try to pressure you into monetary contributions or membership. On this point they depart radically from the mainstream of religious solicitors. Organized in 1898, the Gideons first conceived of giving away bibles around...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Jordan selected without committee approval [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Jordan selected without committee approval By Michael Crimbly After reviewing scores of applications, the Presidential Search and Screen Committee recommended eight candidates for the job of Penn State president. And then they didn't even interview or meet with any of them! According to Committee member Dr. Nancy Tischler, Capitol Campus English and Humanities professor, the President Search and Screen Committee didn't meet with Dr. Bryce Jordan, the new president, until just before he was elected. "We were never told we'd meet or interview the candidates," Tischler said. "But we were never told that we wouldn't either." Tischler said it was the Search and Screen Committee's job to find candidates suited to the job of university president. It was up to the Trustees' Selection Committee to do the actual interviewing and selecting. "Our job was simply to weed through the 300 nominations and find ten or so suitable candidates," Tischler said. "The trustees interviewed the eig...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Maude's Advice [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Maude's Advice Dear Maude: What is this - Fantasyland? All the nice brick buildings on campus and what do I see? Five or six buildings painted all the colors of the rainbow. Hey, those candy-coated buildings may make my mouth water, but they make my stomach turn. What's the idea? Signed, Blinded by the Sight Dear Blinded: You've heard of Early Victorian? Well, this is Early Psychodelic. Campus records show that these buildings were painted by a group of students called the Watermen. They were led by a young radical named Alfie Stopman. The paper contacted Alfie in New York City (where he is now an aaverusing executive on Madison Avenue). He explained, "Hey man, like it seemed like a really far out and groovy idea at the time." Signed, Maude. Confidential to Space Engineer-Indeed, I think E.T. is a cute little turd. Signed, Maude.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Sound advice for beginning runners [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 8 November 1982

Sound advice for beginning runners By Judith A. Faruquee Running is as natural as walking, yet today this fundamental act is elevated to both a mystique and a source of controversy. Is running - around the block, around the campus, around Boston on a 26.2 mile jaunt - good for you? "Yes and no," says Bud Smitley, athletic director for Penn State, Capitol Campus. "There are hazards, but they can be avoided by following some good common sense." The first universal rule is to have a physical examination if you are overweight, have health problems, or are over 35 years old. Of course, if you have not had a medical checkup within a year, at any age, it's a good idea to start with one. Smitley advises new runners, "to start put slow and not be overambitious, not to try running ten miles the first week." A good way to initiate a running program is to start out by walking, since few people are capable of running continuously for any distance. ...

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Fall enrollment sets school record [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Fall enrollment sets school record By Tim Hagan This fall Capitol Campus enrolled the largest number of undergraduates in the history of the campus, according to Mary E. Gundel, Director of Admissions. Undergraduate enrollment this term stands at 1,813. This is the first time enrollment has gone over the 1,800 mark. The majority of undergraduates, 688, are enrolled in the Business Administration Division. The next highest enrollment, 655, is in the Science, Engineering, and Technology Division. Together, enrollment in these two divisions account for more than 80 percent of the student body. "Three of Capitol's engineering technology programs this year had more students seeking admission than the programs could handle," Gundel reported. "For the first time in ten years, admission to these programs had to be stopped in early March," she said. Undergraduates enrolled in the other divisions include, Behavioral Science and Education, 106; Hum...

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^^^^^^^^^^^HHfc£3iiife ¦ iSiisHlfii tr jjjyPTMl restart t cloud^nn controversy [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

^^^^^^^^^^^HHfc£3iiife ¦ iSiisHlfii tr jjjyPTMl restart t cloud^nn controversy ^^^^^^^^^^^HHfc£3iiife iSiisHlfii ^E By Donna Kirker This Friday, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) faces a deadline that could affect everyone at Capitol Campus. December tenth is the deadline for the NRC to decide whether to lift the 1979 orders that shut down the Unit One reactor at Three Mile Island (TMI). The NRC orders closing the undamaged Unit One were issued shortly after the March 1979 nuclear accident that crippled the adjacent Unit 2 reactor at TMI. If the NRC lifts the shut down orders, General Public Utilities (GPU), owner and operator of TMI, will be one step closer to realizing the actual reopening of Unit 1. This week's deadline comes after three and a half years of debate, public hearings, and financial and political power struggles. The issues that have arisen from the accident have multiplied, divided and intersected into a conglomerate of hard-to-grasp debates and implic...

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Summer session gets squeezed [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Summer session gets squeezed By Darlene Cammack In order for Capitol Campus to follow the same calendar system as the rest of the Penn State system, the summer session 1983 will last only six weeks. "We only have room for a sixweek summer session," said Duane R. Smith, Associate Provost and Dean. "We would like it to be longer, but it just won't work." Smith said that the session needed to be shortened to allow time for registration for the fall term. The session will begin on June 27,1983, and will end on August 13,1983. Students will only be allowed to take a maximum of eight credits and commencement exercises for summer graduates will not be held. Students might be alarmed mat this may cause problems lor them, but according to Stanley Miller, Divisional Chairman of Behavioral Sciences and Education, all the advisers were instructed to work with students on any problems they might have concerning internships, graduation, or questions about course selections. "So far I'm on...

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Briefs [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Briefs Joseph F. Douglas of York, associate professor of engineering design technology at Capitol Campus, recently was elected vice chairman of Region 2 of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE), the largest professional engineering society in the world. Region 2 is. the third largest subdivision of the organization, and includes 25,000 members from parts of seven Eastern states. Information bulletins for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), the Graduate Record Exam (GRE), and the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) which include registration materials are available in the Counseling Center, W-117. The GMAT test will be given Jan. 29—registration deadline is Dec. 27 and the late registration deadline is Jan. 4. The GRE test date is scheduled for Feb. 5. Registration deadline is Dec. 30, late registration deadline is Jan. 11. On Feb. 19, the LSAT test will be given. Deadline for registration for this test is Jan. 20—late registration is Jan. 2...

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Smokers butt out but just for a day [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Smokers butt out but just for a day Photograph by KimGuzzi By Kim Guzzi Smoke-out Day, held on November 18, was a national event—and a local success. Of the students, faculty, and staff sampled on campus who smoke cigarettes, over one-third quit smoking for the smoke-out day. One-quarter of those who quit smoking for the day also quit smoking the day after. Pi Sigma Chi helped to make the day a success along with the co-ordinated efforts of Food Services. Throughout the day, members of Pi Sigma Chi canvassed the Lion's Den and other student and faculty areas. The Pi Sigs asked smokers for a few unused cigarettes and urged them to stop smoking for the day. The Lion's Den sponsored a "Cold Turkey Special" which allowed a twenty-cent discount on a turkey sandwich in exchange for a few cigarettes. The Dining Hall held a similar promotion by exchanging candy and lollipops for cigarettes. At 3:00 p.m. a "mock funeral" was held for the collected cigarettes. Starting at the Lion i...

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Anarchists! [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Anarchists! Students had the rare experience to see both film and makers when "Anarchism in America" was shown on campus last month. Immediately following the 75 minute documentary, the work's producers Joel Sucher and Steven Fischler entertained mixed audience reaction and also made a brief appearance in a media class the following day. The 1981 documentary was made with the aid of a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and depicted various representations of anarchism and its involvement in our nation's history. Photograph by Joe Hart

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Trustees propose coal conversion at Capitol [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

Trustees propose coal conversion at Capitol Faced with rising energy costs and the inevitable cold of winter, Penn State Trustees have taken action in the installation of a medium-sized coal fired boiler at Capitol. The trustees approved sketch plans for the boiler which will complete the conversion from gas and oil-fired to coal facilities on campus. "Ut the three boilers in the heat plant, two boilers were previously converted from oil and gas to coal in the 1960's," said Joseph Kemp, Manager of Maintenance and Utilities Operations. Kemp also pointed out that previous conversions helped during the energy troubled times of the early 1970's by making the need for heating oil less of a priority on this campus than at other facilities. Along with the oil-to-coal conversion, this campus will abandon one-half mile of distribution lines that carry heat from the power Elant to the residence halls. The current process of conveying the eat underground leads to an excessive amount of h...

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I.A.A. members prepare for model U.N. [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 6 December 1982

I.A.A. members prepare for model U.N. By Judy Faruquee "Other people don't necessarily see the world as we see it," said Clemmie Gilpin, instructor of Afro-American Studies at Capitol Campus, "and the purpose of the International Affairs Association (I.A.A.) is to look at the international issues from a viewpoint other than American." The I.A.A. gives Capitol Campus students the opportunities to discover multi-cultural differences and similarities. According to the President, Dilip Patel, an engineering major, the I.A.A. is not an organization just for foreign students. Of the 45 members more than half are American. The intention is simply to study international affairs. Five members of the I.A.A. attended the Model U.N. at the University of Pennsylvania last week. They are: Chris Barrett, Brooke Gaste, Sue Hunter, Joe Oddo, and Pam Smith. Their assigned country was Nigeria, and they went as members of the Organization of African Unity (Oof A U). Part of their homework to ...

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