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WNDR Daily Features [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
WNDR Daily Features Each weekday, WNDR and the Westwood One Radio Network offer daily radio features containing interesting tidbits of information and interviews with celebrities in the music industry and in related fields. Daybook, which is broadcast at 8:25 a.m. and again at 2:45 p.m., features historical facts about each day. Earth News, which runs at 9:45 a.m. and 3:45 p.m., is a contemporary news and information service. In addition, Off The Record features Mary Turner's conversations with the stars of popular music at 12:45 p.m. and 5:45 p.m.
Crosswalk tickets issued [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
Crosswalk tickets issued Campus police are now issuing commonwealth citations totaling $42.50 to drivers who fail to stop for pedestrians in crosswalks, according to Charles Aleksy, Supervisor of safety and police services. Pedestrians will also be fined if they fail to allow a reasonable time for vehicles to stop, Aleksy noted.
Mental health interships [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
Mental health interships Several twelve-month Mental Health Resident Advisor/Counselor Traineeships are available at Career House in Suburban Philadelphia. Graduating seniors, new graduates, and graduate students are invited to apply. A stipend of $500 per month, housing, and meals are offered to qualified applicants who are U.S. citizens, unmarried and at least 21 years of age. Hospitalization and medical coverage is also provided. Trainees "live-in" and receive training and supervised experience in supportive counseling and milieu therapy, crisis intervention and other areas. For more information, write: Dr. Henry Piatt, Director, Institute of Clinical Training and Research, 19 S. Waterloo Road, Box 400, Devon, PA 19333 (215/296-6906).
NRC offers assistance [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
NRC offers assistance The National Research Council announces the 1985 Postdocterial, Resident, and Cooperative Research Associateship Programs for research in the sciences and engineering. Approximately 250 new full-time associateships will be awarded on a competitive basis in 1985 for research in chemistry, engineering and mathematics, and in the earth, environmental, physical, space and life sciences. Applications to the National Research Council must be mailed no later than January 15, 1985. To apply or inquire further, please contact: Associateship Programs, Office of Scientific and Engineering Personnel, JH 608-D3, National Research Council, 2101 Constitution Avenue N.W., Washington, D.C. 20418 (202/334-2760).
WNDR offers specials [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
WNDR offers specials WNDR and the Westwood One Radio Network are offering a series of weekly specials featuring the latest in comedy; con^ certs and interviews with the hottest music stars of today. The schedule of programming is as follows: Dr. Demento - Sunday at 8 p.m. Concerts & Specials - Sunday at 10 p.m. The Rock Chronicles - Wednesday at 8 p.m. Off The Record Specials - Thursday at 8 p.m.
Student Bill Policies [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
Student Bill Policies The Finance Office has announced that the extension of late payment fees this semester will not be repeated in the spring. All students must file a spring estimated bill by December 14. Bills will be mailed Nov. 23. Students who drop courses and are entitled to a refund, as well as other students with questions, should contact the Finance Office at 948-6009.
CPA's sponsor competition [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
CPA's sponsor competition The Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA) is sponsoring its tenth annual Student Manuscript Corporation. The competition is open to all junior, senior and graduate students majoring in accounting at Pennsylvania colleges and universities. Cash awards of $1,000, $600 and $400 will be given for the three best articles. For information, contact the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Mary Sachs Building, Suite 200, 208 North Third Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17101, (717) 232-1821.
Popular mime in area [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
Popular mime in area Dan Kamin, nationally acclaimed mime artist, will perform at the Independent Eye located at 208 East King Street in Lancaster. Kamin will appear Thursday through Saturday (Oct. 11-13) at 8 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 14 at 7:30. For more information and reservations, call 393-9088.
CC Pub Pol degree ups U Park equivalent [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
CC Pub Pol degree ups U Park equivalent Or. John Patterson, Associate Professor of American Studies and History, recieves a surprise gift from the Humanities faculty In recognition of his service as Head of the Humanities Division. The surprise came at a reception last week for Dr. Murray Budney, Assistant Professor of Humanities and French, who was recognized for his 25 years of service to Penn State. By Joseph L. Michalsky Capitol's Bachelor of Social Science degree offers a slight advantage over University's Park equivalent B.S. in Political Science degree in respect to job placement according to Public Policy Program Chair, Robert Bresler. "I think our close proximity to the job market here for getting student placed in internships may give them a bit of a better advantage over the people at University Park," said Bresler, who is an Associate Professor of Public Policy. Bresler feels Capitol's B.S.S. degree graduate are more readily able to locate a job because of the ...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
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Where's the crowd? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
Where's the crowd? Every year it's the same old story: the most vocal sector of the student population on campus starts spreading that nasty rumor that there is nothing interesting to do at Capitol Campus. You've heard all the lines by now. "I'm bored." "This place is dead." "I had more fun back home." "Nothing ever happens around here." It is interesting to note that while the perception of Capitol Campus as a suburb of Dullsville seems to prevail, a frighteningly low number of students have been showing up at campus events. That's right. Events. Pre-planned, scheduled, funded events designed for the entertainment of the campus community. Activities that have been under-attended by the students of Capitol Campus. Could it be that everyone simply has much better things to do than attend a dance on campus or a lecture series or even a film? When the first episode in the "Ascent of Man" film series was shown last month, 11 people showed up. Where were all tho...
Letters—- [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984
Letters—- Dear Editor, The time to provide affordable Day Care for the children of PSU - Capitol Campus students is here and the demand will only increase with the coming years. One-third of PSU - Capitol Campus students live on campus. According to the survey conducted by the Residence Living and Services staff, 24 of the 31 children on campus are preschool age. The majority of parents responding positively to the need for an affordable Day Care at PSU - Capitol Campus. If the remaining two-thirds of the student body living off campus and commuting were to respond with only half the interest of the on-campus students, there would be a waiting list for any proposed Day Care on campus. Sagging enrollment numbers could be checked and increased by meeting the needs of the growing number of adult learners showing interest in obtaining college degrees and participating in continuing education courses. An affordable Day Care would definitely make the PSU - Capitol Campus more attrac...