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Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
First Convocation Marks Capitol's Ninth Year [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

First Convocation Marks Capitol's Ninth Year Convocation Ceremonies By Richard Marold MIDDLETOWN, PA. - The yellow tinged hills over the Susquehanna River provided background for the Convocation and formal opening of the 1974-75 academic year at Penn State-Capitol Campus on Tuesday, October 8. Four hundred students, faculty, staff and guests gathered on a crisp Indian summer morning on the front lawn of the campus to hear an address by Mr. Hugh Sidey, one of the nation's top journalists and writer with TIME MAGAZINE. The students were welcomed by Dr. Robert McDermott, provost of the university. Dr. Emerson Jacob, associate librarian, presented Dr. Mc-Dermott with the 100,000th volume to the library. Mr. Sidey then gave his address on "American Leadership". He spoke from his rich experience of covering the White House for TIME MAGAZINE during the past fourteen years. His warm talk brought the presently tattered office of Presidency into perspective and pieced together the mos...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Grant Available [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

Grant Available The Greater Harrisburg Area Penn State Alumni Club has established the Mildred Ride Dunlap Grant Fund for the benefit of students at the Penn State-Capitol Campus. The fund is named in honor of Mildred Ride Dunlap, of the Class of 1914, who was Penn State's first May Queen. Mrs. Dunlap resides in Camp Hill. The grant of $300 is to be made for one year but may be renewed at the discretion of the selection committee if the recipient continues to qualify. The award will be made to a full-time student at the Penn State-Capitol Campus whose legal residence is and has been in the Greater Harrisburg Area on the basis of satisfactory academic achievement and evidence of financial need. Recipients will be selected by the Scholarship Committee of the Penn State-Capitol Campus with the approval of the Office of Student Aid.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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LOANS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

LOANS A loan fund for Pennsylvania State University Capitol Campus students has been established by the Harrisburg Branch of the American Association of University Women, to be known as the A.A.U.W. Capitol Campus Loan Fund. Loans made from the fund may be long- or short-term, but the maximum amount is to be $1,000 per year per student. To be eligible for a loan, a student must be enrolled as a full-time junior or senior baccalaureate candidate at the Penn State-Capitol Campus. The student must also be a resident of the Harrisburg area, in need of a loan to meet necessary college -expenses, and of good moral character. Recipients will be the responsibility of appropriate officers of the Penn State-Capitol Campus with the approval of the Office of Student Aid.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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C.C. Goes To England [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

C.C. Goes To England MIDDLETOWN, PA. -Penn State-Capitol Campus has tentatively planned to offer a six semester-hour education course next summer which will include a two week trip to England. The course will start with the summer term and the two week trip will be taken from June 16 through July 1, 1975. The purpose of the trip will be to observe and participate in open classroom practices of England. Students on the trip will then explore British Teaching methods for possible use in American classrooms. According to Dr. David Ongiri, assistant professor of education at Penn State-Capitol Campus, the arrangements for the trip are being made in conjunction with Millersville State College. Each institution expects to have 45 students participate in the trip. The chartered flight will go by TWA from Harrisburg International Airport to London and back. People interested in this unique course should contact Dr. David Ongiri at Penn State-Capitol Campus in Middletown for addition...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

Our Cover: Hugh Sidey, convocation speaker by Fred Prouser ¦ ——-—-——— — —

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Agnes Green Leaves Capitol [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

Agnes Green Leaves Capitol By Fred Prouser Agnes Green, Coordinator of Student Activities since July 1973 has accepted a position as Assistant Dean of Students at the University of Delaware located in Newark, Delaware, and will resign her job here, effective today. Her new duties will include responsibility for commuter students as well as liason from Student Affairs for Womans Studies. While at Capitol Campus, Agnes has tried "to get student organizations to do long range planning for cultural and social events". The Gallery lounge is now booked with exhibits for the entire year and such planning gives more of a composite of activities rather than everything happening on a Tuesday night plus the added benefit of enough time to adequately publicize events. The most challenging aspect of her time at Capitol as Agnes puts it was, "finding out what are the commuter students like in terms of programming and how do you schedule activities to be of interest to them". She feels tha...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Press-Conference & Forum [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

Press-Conference & Forum by Bollinger-Gibboney On Tuesday, October 8, Hugh Sidey of Time magazine's Washington Bureau visited Capitol Campus. After addressing students at the Campus's first convocation, Sidey held a press conference in the Gallery Lounge of the Main Building for local news media, including WTPA-TV, WSBA radio and WGAL-TV. Later Sidey spoke at an open forum in the auditorium of the Main Building where he fielded questions from faculty and students. One of Sidey's main themes through the day was that many of the nation's present problems stem from the assasination of John Kennedy. The journalist, who was present that day in Dallas, claimed both Johnson and Nixon were men who would never made the presidency hi a more orderly era. Johnson was described as a proud man who hoped to "hang the coonskin on the wall" through a military victory in Viet Nam. Sidey said the former president was a "chronic liar", skilled as a legislator but a poor chief executiv...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

I Student Government Association YOU ARE IT, [active or not WE must be j collective if we a re to be ef-S fective. WHO

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

I If you want to be in the free Student Government I Association Student Directory this year, clip out this form and return it to WHO no later than Wed., Oct. 23. If you nave already filled a form out, but have gotten a I I phone since then, and you'd like to have it included, take two minutes and complete this new concise, beauricratic form: LAST NAME FIRST NAME I PHONE ADDRESS

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Way TO Go, Francine! J [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

Way TO Go, Francine! J Sol iJVofe ^^cmt <Jfbe (o<u£m Francine Taylor, our new Public Information officer, brought with her an infectious enthusiasm and undimmed optimism. She was brimming with energy, and some of us more experienced oldsalts of Capitol thought to ourselves (at least I did): "Just wait til she's been here a while". Francine came to us from New York and a stint with Time magazine loaded with ideas and unbounded enthusiasm. She came to us with grandiose schemes and insisted on calling us Penn State-Capitol Campus, forcing the identification with the parent University onus and on all of Pennsylvania. She wasted no time in making her presence felt. She immediately began sending out regular, well-written press-releases (many of which have graced these pages), and she scored an early triumph with television and radio interviews covering the activities of the beginning of the year here at Capitol. Then she helped set-up a most through orientation progr...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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The Convocation: A Symbol Of Our Identity [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

The Convocation: A Symbol Of Our Identity By Fred Prouser Convocation Day was a focal point in our existence as a University. It served to unify faculty, staff and students and in a broader sense - to say that we have arrived as an academic institution. In these hard economic times, Capitol Campus has the largest enrollment in its history, 2,200 students and plans for expansion with the new multi-purpose building. In addition, twelve new faculty members have been added to the staff this year. Capitol is reaching out into the community, letting the public know we exist. Be it through student teachers, urban term students, conferences held on campus or coverage in the media; Capitol Campus is making a conscious effort to promote its existence as a useful institution within the community. New programs have been instituted such as the Multi-media Journalism option within the Humanities department. Through further development such as this, Capitol can draw a more varied student bod...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Save Stony Creek Valley [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

Save Stony Creek Valley The people have a right to clean air, pure water, and to the preservation of the natural, scenic, historic and esthetic values of the environment. Pennsylvania's public natural resources are the common property of all the people, including generations yet to come. As a trustee of these resources, the Commonwealth shall conserve and maintain them for the benefit of all the people. Section 27, Article I Pennsylvania Constitution The people of Southeastern Pennsylvania are threatened with the destruction of their last unspoiled, natural area, known as Stony Creek Valley. Stony Creek Valley is nestled between the Second Mountain and Stony and Sharp Mountains approximately 12 miles north of Harrisburg. The uninhabited, contiguous wilderness covers about 35,000 acres and is 18 miles long. A free flowing natural trout stream runs through the valley and empties into the Susquehanna River. The Pennsylvania Power and Light Company and the Metropolitan Edison Co...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Youse Can Get A Ejucachun Here! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

Youse Can Get A Ejucachun Here! by Frank Daloisio Has there been a recent decrease in the quality of education in the American system? It is my observation that there are many indications that point very strongly toward answering this question in the affirmative. Having come from a community college in eastern Pennsylvania, I have noticed the emphasis on mass education) instead of on quality education. However, this is not to imply that everyone who attends a community college is an inferior student, nor does it mean that it is impossible to get a good education at such a school. Moreover, this problem is probably not limited only to community colleges; in fact it may have originated in the major universities of America, with the reduction and near removal of requirements for a degree. It is my understanding that in some universities a student is given carte blanche and can virtually write his own program. This, under certain circumstances, is not a bad idea, provided that it ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

Th« Capitol Campus R«ad«r The C. C. Reader is published by the students of the Pennsylvania State University at Capitol Campus, Middletown, Pa., and is printed by the Middletown Press & Journal 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-in-Chief Jim Bollinger Associate Editor Doug Gibboney Associate & Photography Editor Fred Prouser Business Manager Ken Hession Sports Editor Horace Jones Sports Joe Minnici, Gene T. Eddy Staff Romeo Trajanus, Ronnie Wer, Lynn Kramer, Frank Daloisio, Phyllis Schaeffer, Patrick McClune, P.R.J. Smith, Mike Mitchell Layout Doug & Jim & Frank & Phyllis SGA Correspondents Mike McAllister, Russ Hogg Hot Lion Coordinator Dave Nicholas Graphics Diane Cressler Advice Jim Ferrier Faculty Advisor Dr. Betty Thorne

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

SGA - Take Action On Smokers! To: The Student Government Association, Pennsylvania State University, Capitol Campus, Middletown, Pennsylvania. This is a suggestion concerning, what I feel to be, an unfair practice at Capitol Campus. That is the practice of smoking in classrooms. Since this is a suggestion and not a proclamation or petition, I will just list the disadvantages of smoking or hot smoking in classrooms to smokers and non-smokers, respectively, and will not go into the rights of students and non-smokers. The disadvantages to, nonsmokers of smoking being permitted in class: 1. Constant exposure to cigarette smoke takes life away from non-smokers. (If necessary, I will obtain material from the American Cancer Society and Heart Association to verify this). 2. Cigarette smoke drifting into the eyes and nostrils of non-smokers distracts from academic concentration. ( Smoke irritates most nonsmokers but fresh air does not irritate smokers). 3. The stale smell of ciga...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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g®[fi]@?@G@ ^tjflfj] §Q@@[ [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

g®[fi]@?@G@ ^tjflfj] §Q@@[ Concrete and steel Concrete and steel Oh Lord, it ain't real This concrete and steel. It beats ya and pounds ya Then builds ya up nice Hellish hot in the summer In winter like ice Don't like ya or hate ya It don't even care Concrete and steel Acts like ya ain't there. Concrete and steel Concrete and steel Crushed by the heel Of concrete and steel. Awwh, what can I do But beat on the beam Growl at the girder Or stare at the seam Just what can I do To make It alright Concrete and steel I say it all night. Concrete and steel Concrete and steel Forcefed this meal Of concrete and steel. — Gibboney

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

SUNDAY WORSHIP ON CAMPUS The Catholic Community invites all to join in the celebration of Mass, every Sunday at 1:00 P.M. in the Student Center Hear the Word of God and respond in prayer and song. Celebrate the mystery of redemption in this ancient rite in a contemporary setting. The Catholic Campus Minister, Father John O'Conner, is available to all for consultation, counseling, or just rapping in the Counseling Center, Fridays 10-4 and other times by arrangement. Come in and say hello; he's new and lonely.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1974

\ HOTLION S ^^~ J> S ^ ^^ ^•2"The Hot Lion is a weekly newsletter published to keep the Capitol ! ^Campus community informed of all activities on, or concerned? , jwith, the Campus. Everyone should please feel free to use this g •service by obtaining the entry cards in the Student Affairs Office^ #(WH0), filling them out and leaving them there. Deadline \s% •Friday, Noon, week prior to date of publication. ••October 19-26,1974 # T Oct. 19 - XGI KEGGAR: Beer and Live music Oct. 22 - SOCCER: Capitol vs. York, Capitol ^ •provided by "MAD HATTER". Keggar Campus 7:30 p.m. J % sponsored by Chi Gamma Iota. Mid- Oct. 22 - TRACK: Capitol vs. Luzerne; W £ dletown Hunter's and Angler's Club. 9 Schuylkill Haven, Pa. - 4 p.m. 0 ^ p.m. - 1 a.m. Oct. 24 - SOCCER: Capitol vs. Lancaster A J Oct. 21 - DELTA TAU KAPPA FORUM Bible College, Capitol Campus - 7:30 p.m. J •DISCUSSION: Speaker Mr. Phillip Oct. 25 - FOREIGN FILM SERIES: "Il# £ Taylor, Topic: "Daydreaming" Gallery- Bidone - The Swind...

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