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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984
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G.R.E., G.M.A.T, L.S.A.T. [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984
G.R.E., G.M.A.T, L.S.A.T. Late registration for the October 20 Graduate Management Admissions Test (G.M.A.T.) here will close September 24, while telephone walk-in reservations for the October 13 Graduate Record Examination (G.M.A.T.) and the September 29 Law School Admission Test (L.S.A.T.) are still being accepted, the Counseling Center has announced. Information on these and other tests is available in W-l 17 Olmsted.
Homecoming [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984
Homecoming By Annette Childs On Saturday, September 29, the Alumni Homecoming festivities wil begin at noon with a cross country meet between Capitol, Juniata, Galladuet, and Misericordia College. Gym facilities, including rcquetball courts, will be open for alumni use throughout the day. Later on that evening there will be a smorgasbord buffet at the new student center. There also will be live entertainment provided by Maxwell, a high energy top-40 funk band. From midnight until 2 a.m. a continental breakfast will be served bringing the event to an end.
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Tarnhelm celebration set [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 21 September 1984
Tarnhelm celebration set The 1984 edition of Tarnhelm, the Capitol Campus magazine for the creative arts, will debut on September 26 from 3 until 5 p.m. in the Gallery Lounge. The publication is composed of poetry, short stories, photography, graphic arts, and other forms of creative art by students, faculty and staff.
Grand opening delayed for new CC bookstore [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
Grand opening delayed for new CC bookstore Phoio by Lisa Mauss Students vote in the main lobby during last week's S.G.A. Junior elections. See story, Page 7. By Erik M. Morris The proposed opening of the new $502,000 Capitol Campus bookstore will be delayed by as much as a month, Capitol Campus officials said in an interview early last week. The administration had planned to open the bookstore September 28, but problems with inclement weather and a small conflict between two of the building contractors have pushed the opening into early November. According to Joe Kemp, Manager of Maintenance and Utility Operation, heavy rains halted construction for about a week during the pouring of concrete and foundation work. A small disagreement between two of the three building con-, tractors has been a minor problem. All three contractors coordinate through Kemp's office. The Carlisle Construction Company contracted to perform the actual groundbreaking and construction of the buildi...
Progress continues in new Student Center [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
Progress continues in new Student Center By Ken Stiggers New facilities for commuters, recreation, quiet study and seminars are being installed in the student center this semester, according to Jeff Schnier, Chairperson of the Student Center Task Force. Four rooms are in need of attention: the large open room, the former placement center, the vending machine room and the games room. But the majority of the remodeling will be concentrated on the large open room. Changes in the large open room include lighting, acoustics, partitions, water, refrigerator and storage. The large room will accomodate groups of all sizes. Visual partitions will split the room into three smaller rooms that can be used for club and student meetings. In this room the meeting space provided will encourage students to take on ownership of the building. A projection booth, built on the loading dock, will be used to show movies. The booth will have a door between it and the student center. For cleanup aft...
New qrad program benefits students [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
New qrad program benefits students By Mark Edquid A graduate student receiving the new Capitol Campus Master of Business Administration degree is more likely to achieve a higher management position than with the old Master of Administration. So says Dr. Carolyn Dexter, newly-appointed acting head of the Capitol Campus Division of Business. "It is a more widely recognized degree," she explained. Kenneth Ewing, Manager of Staffing and Development at Hershey Chocolate Co. said,"At Hershey Chocolate Co. an MBA degree is required to hold a managerial position in marketing. And although it is not a requirement in our other managerial positions it is to an applicant's advantage." The MBA was approved this summer by the University Board of Trustees and replaces the Master of Administration degree title, Dexter said. Although the degree title is new, Dexter explained, the curriculum changes have been in the works for the last five years. Efforts to change the program began in 197...
Career Fair here today [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
Career Fair here today Representatives of business, government, industry and service organizations will be in room 216 of the Olmsted Building today from 9:30 to 3 p.m. to discuss career opportunities in their fields. At least 45 companies are scheduled to send representatives, many of them Capitol Campus alumni, according to the Career Services Office, sponsor of the event.
PICPA writing contest [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
PICPA writing contest The Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA) is sponsoring its tenth annual Student Manuscript Competition. Open to all junior, senior and graduate students majoring in accounting at Pennsylvania colleges and universities. The contest offers cash awards of $1,000, $600 and $400 for the three best articles. The first place article will be published in the summer 1985 issue of Pennsylvania CPA Journal. The topic of the contest is "The CPA as Expert Witness". Manuscripts must be 1500-2000 words and must be submitted by December 31, 1984. To apply or for more information, please contact the PICPA (Mary Sachs Building, Suite 200, 208 North Street, Harrisburg,