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Campus studies Heights safety [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984

Campus studies Heights safety By Neil Myjers At least seTen potential safety problems in Meade Heights, including electrical wiring, fire extinguishers and gas appliances are currently being studied by campus officials. James South, Director of Student Affairs, said ah investigation into the areas was begun following two fires at 935A and 936A Mars Drive on Memorial Day. South said there was "some kind of puncture in the container inside" one of the fire extinguishers in those houses that may have caused it to fail on the night of the fires. Charles Aleksy, Supervisor of Safety and Police Services for the campus, has recommended that all of the Heights extinguishers be repalced with a multipurpose type that has a guage to show when it is ready for use. South said the University also plans to look at ways of improving smoke detector inspection and ways to prevent student tampering with those detectors. He did not say that tampering was the reason the detectors in the affect...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
S.G.A. election set next week [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984

S.G.A. election set next week By Michelle Lackey It's election time again. The Student Government Association is screening 12 enthusiastic Juniors all this week for the position of Junior Senator. Running for Junior Senator is quite easy, but the job responsibilities are demanding, according to Jackie Greytak, election committee chairperson. The criteria in running for Junior Senator are: the student must be full time (eight or more credits), be in their Junior year, and obtain a grade point average of 2.0 or higher. "We need enthusiastic people who want to get a point across to the students on campus," Greytak said. She added that she feels this year's Junior Senator candidates fill that need. The 12 running Junior candidates are: Lorj Morgan, John Shaw ^ Mafci Cryts, Keith Garrison, Carl Wunderler, Terri McKnight, Carolyn McGinty, Vatrice Blue, Mike Turk, Christina Zeltri, Jim Sharbaugh and Richard Carpenter. "Increasing interaction and awareness between students livin...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Jamesway comes to Olmstead Plaza [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984

Jamesway comes to Olmstead Plaza By Erik M. Morris The Olmstead Plaza will be adding a new store to its community of merchants in late October. If no further difficulties occur, the doors of the new $1.2 million Jamesway store will officially open for business at 9:30 a.m. on October 25. The Jamesway Corporation, a community-oriented company, is apparently hoping to pump new life into the Olmstead Plaza, which jokingly has been referred to in the past as the "Old Dead Plaza." Heavy rains have hampered construction, according to Allen P. Anderson, manager of the store. This has resulted in a one week delay in opening. Anderson said he plans to employ 70 to 100 persons, the majority of whom have already been hired. In the interest of flexibility, most of the Jamesway staff will be part-time employees. Almost all of the Jamesway staff already hired are area residents, including several from the Meade Heights development, he said. The Jamesway building, which is still unde...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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sports potential high [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984

sports potential high A sports editorial By Angelo Vecchio Once upon a time there was a college located in a small area known as Middletown. The college was an extension of the mighty Pennsylvania State University. It had almost everything it needed: good academic programs, dorms, a long list of extracurricular activities, and even a truck factory next door. Students came from far and near to attend classes at this place, named Capitol Campus. But there was a problem. It seemed as though very few people cared about athletics at the PSU/CapitoI. And let's face it: while sports might not be a prerequisite for a successful college to operate, students can be proud of a hard-working varsity team. Still, it seemed as though very few people became involved with sports at the campus. Then a wonderful thing happened: students, athletes, coaches and administrators began to take an increased interest in sports at Capitol Campus. Attendance increased at games. Some team records imp...

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Picnic turnout higher than expected [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984

Picnic turnout higher than expected In what Provost Ruth Leventhal called a "super turnout,',' approximately 1,400 people attended the first Provost Picnic here last week, which featured a free lunch, entertainment, and a series of lectures by faculty members. "I thought we had a super turnout for the picnic," Leventhal said. She added that the administration is currently considering making the picnic an annual event to "bring students together with faculty." Seating for approximately 600 people was provided, according to a spokesperson from the Campus Relations office, but the large turnout was well received. "We are extremely pleased [with the turnout]," said Sherry Walker, Assistant to the Director for Campus Relations, "and we are very pleased with how much everybody in the campus faculty pitched in and work ed together to make the event a success. Between 700 and 800 people were expected to attend the event, according to JoAnn Coleman, Supervisor of Food Services who pr...

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Choosing the news [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984

Choosing the news Journalists gather information like garbage gathers flies. Ask the average reporter; he or she almost certainly has drawers full of books, notes and old press releases. Information just naturally flows toward the nearest news man or woman; it's like a law of physics. We don't mind. It's part of the job. What makes us pull our hair out is the job of deciding what items to publish from the endless sea of paper. Inevitably, the reporter will throw out something that means the world to someone, somewhere, even if it's the train schedule for Singapore. That someone inevitably will stomp and complain and generally make life miserable for the reporter because HIS information was ignored. After all, if you're the ticket agent for Singapore Railways, it helps to have people know your schedule. The problem is that the reporter must write what he or she thinks will: 1.) interest the most readers; 2.) use what limited space is available to the best advantage; and 3.) be ...

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Budget honesty needed [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984

Budget honesty needed Campus Forum Capitol Campus administrators are proud of the fact that the average student here is more than 21 years old, mature and interested in education. Professors here have said that it is a pleasure to teach to students who are mature and who are taking responsibility for their educations. It is this precise statistic that keeps campus officials buzzing to collegues in other schools about a low attrition rate and the dedication of the student body. So why is it, when an event happens on campus that does a fairly good job of bringing faculty and staff and students together as one community ~ if only temporarily ~ that the administration puts on its best paternal suit and refuses to tell the campus how much the entire affair cost? There is quite a bit of talk these days about whether or not it is "appropriate" to tell people how much the series of events cost and that there was some concern about people "misunderstanding" the expense. The only real...

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Procrastination (Read this later) [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984

Procrastination (Read this later) Putting-IT-Off. How do we do it? Why do we do it? And most important, How do we keep from doing it?--assuming that is, in fact, a desired goal. "Putting-it-off" is the grand art of the ability to come up with every con ceivable means of diversion to keep from beginning, continuing, or completing some task. And the diversions are apt to come so easily, to be such an automatic response that we don't even realize what we are up to. It all seems so legitimate somehow. Procrastination always seems to raise itself to an art form this time of year. Procrastination can be caused by a variety of reasons. A sampling includes: —Escaping from unpleasant activities. -Waiting for the time to be right, for it to "feel right" to do it. -Not knowing how to do it, or how to begin. -Thinking it will somehow magically take care of itself. Dealing with procrastination begins with breaking down the task into manageable proportions. Then ask yourself, "What ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984

iZCUlimiM Friday. September 21, 1984 JKtS Vo1 - 19 N °-2 fifties Published by students of Penn State's Capitol Campus, Middletown, Pa. 17057 Neil Myers Editor-in-chief Staff Writers Tony Perry Co-Editor Jeffrey Shatzer Production Manager Mark Edquid Annette Childs Jeffrey Keck Business Manager Michelle Lackey Joseph L. Michalsky James Ferguson Advertising Manager Erik M. Morris Bill Oshman Beverly Halbrook Sales Representative Ken Stiggers Angelo Vecchio Janice Waardenburg Composing Typist Lisa Mauss Photographer Bob Price Photographer Printed at the Press and Journal, Middletown Rob Saylor Photographer copy disks queued at Jednota Printery. Middletown Don Strausburger Senior Reporter/ Reviews Editor Kathleen Heraghty Production Assistant Advising and consulting Mark S. Curalnick The Capitol Times welcomes letters from readers. Letters intended tor publication must be signed by the author and indicate his/her dub or organizational affiliation, if any. The Capitol Times reserves th...

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Higher standards are installation theme [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984

Higher standards are installation theme Photo by Bob Price Provost Ruth Leventhal By Tony Perry Our survival as a nation "clearly depends on the kind of education our citizens receive," according to the keynote speaker at the installation ceremonies for Capitol Campus' new provost last week. Donna E. Shalala, president of the City University of New York's Hunter College, called for a "fundamental change in philosophy" in higher education during ceremonies in which Ruth Leventhal, former dean of the School of Health Sciences at Hunter College, was officially installed as provost of the campus. In her challenge to higher education's leaders, Shalala called for: • An increased effort to retain talented science students in academe to provide state of the art research and development here instead of within private industry. • An elimination of sexism and racism in higher education. "It's time higher education got its own house in order," she said. • An increased support of "d...

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Cross country wins first meet [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984

Cross country wins first meet By Joe Michalsky Capitol's cross country runners began their season with a victory Saturday in competition against Philadelphia Bible and Spring Garden. After winning the Keystone Athletic Conference two years in a row, cross country coach Bud Smitley is optomistic about winning districts this year. "I think this will be our best year," he said. Starting its third season, the 1984 cross country team will face a "much more difficult scheldule," according to Smitley. This year's team includes eight seniors: team captain Joel Hager, Alan Newhart, Dan Miller, Brian Bachman, Greg Nissley, Rob Legath, Rich Bergins, John Kerecz and three juniors: Bob Jurinko, Joe Sleleton and Mike Henry. "We have a solid core of runners," said Smitley. "We have four guys - Miller, Hager, Bachman and Newhart ~ competing for number one." The scoring in cross country is different from most other sports. The first five members of each team count for scoring purposes with...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984

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m. a I_MJ 9 v|vv> ** * $ * ^ ** •¦•-J' _-- --_., _ _ 0 — TAie Boss tfiriY/s Liberty Town •^ rnte rnmp frnm his npxt-tncuts come from his next-to- [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984

m. a I_MJ 9 v|vv> ** * $ * ^ ** •¦•-J' _-- --_., _ _0 — TAie Boss tfiriY/s Liberty Town •^ rnte rnmp frnm his npxt-tncuts come from his next-to- By Don Strausburger It's a seemingly normal Wednesday evening in Philadelphia. Normal, that is, except for the Spectrum. At 8:30 the lights in the sports arena go out and 20,000 spectators begin a deafening scream. "BRUUUUUUUUCE!" The stage lights go on and each person shouts his own form of approval. Bruce Springsteen, along with the E Street Band, is once again playing to a packed house in Philadelphia. On this night, the second of six sold-out shows at the Spectrum. Springsteen takes the crowd on a musical journey from the early days of "Rosalita" to the current success of "Dancing In The Dark" and "Cover Me." Not only does the music span over an eleven year period, it appeals to an audience ranging from teens to middle age. From the concert's opening, "Born In The USA," the high-energy title cut of the new album, to i...

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