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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

Capitol Times Thursday, Sept. 20, 1984 Vol. 19, No. 3 Published by students of Penn State's Capitol Campus, Middletown, Pa. 17057 The Capitol Times welcomes letters Tony Perry Editor-in-chief Staff Writers from readers, letters intended for publics- KJ„.| M.,„.C r„c ,-. . _. ... .ion must be signed by the author and in- ™ MV erf .........Co-Editor Annette Chllds dicate his/her club or organizational af- e freV Sjlat fer P'oduct.on Mgr. Mark Edquid filiation, if any. The Capitol Times Jettrey Keck Business Mgr. Michelle Lackey reserves the right to edit or reject letters James Ferguson....Advertising Mgr. Joseph L. Michalsky at its discretion. Mike Dudek Graphic Artist Erik M Morris Utters published do not necessarily Beverly Halbrook Sales Rep. Bill Oshman reflect the views of this newspaper or its Don Strausburger Sr. Reporter/ Ken Stiggers S * ru r i. ,T- ¦ ......... Reviews Editor Angelo Vecchio .TtL f» *T?^P " . '^ y Catherine Madigan Briefs Editor students of Penn State's Cap...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

Penn State Capitol Campus Student Union Board of Governors and Pi Sigma Chi Fraternity present THE SHARKS and THE INCITERS 9 p.m. Friday October 12, 1984 in The Multi-Purpose Building-Gym $3.00 in advance, $4.00 at the door Tickets now on sale in the lobby from 10-2 or in the Student Activities office (W-104) No alcohol allowed

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Should all Capitol Campus degrees be Bachelor's of Arts or Sciences? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

Should all Capitol Campus degrees be Bachelor's of Arts or Sciences? "I'd like to see it happen, sure."Jim Richmond Senior EDET "No, Ithink you have to conform to what the students need. Idon't think you should limit yourself.'' Jeannie Hertel Junior Elem. Ed. "Yes."Maria Colman Junior Marketing "Ithink they should offer a B.S. They can tell who's from here and who's from University Park (now)."Mike Cary Senior Finance "No, Ithink Ilike the way it is."Jim Shaffer Senior Finance

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Missing congressmen spell possible doom [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

Missing congressmen spell possible doom WASHINGTON, D.C. (CPS)- College programs may be more vulnerable than ever to budget cuts in the next year because several key congressmen will be missing from House education committee, sources say. The missing congressmen all played important roles in staving off many of President Reagan's proposed student aid cuts in the last three years. They are leaving their committees, moreover, as Congress considers the Higher Education Reauthorization Act of 1985, a crucially-important law that will set federal college policy lor the rest of this decade. Missing will be Rep. Carl Perkins (D-Ky), chairman of the House Education-Labor Committee, who died this summer, and Rep. Paul Simon (DII), chair of the House Subcommittee on Postsecondary Education, who is running for Senate against Charles Percy. Two other House education committee members are retiring this vear. "Perkins was probably the person most responsible for holding the line against b...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

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Engineering to offer CC's 1st B. S. degree [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

Engineering to offer CC's 1st B. S. degree By Neil Myers Students in Capitol's Science, Engineering and Technology Division could receive a more widely recognized degree within a year, according to Dr. William Welsh, head of that division. A proposal to change the Bachelor of Technology (B.T.) to a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology (B.S.E.T.) has been approved by the engineering faculty and is being considered by the Board of Advisors and University Park, Welsh said. Dr. Ruth Leventhal, Provost and Dean, said the change is intended to end problems with the way the B.T. is perceived outside of the University. "I think there are some places it will help, Welsh said. He projected that graduates seeking military or civil service jobs would benefit the most. Welsh said that no changes are planned for graduation requirements, and the program will retain its practical orientation. He said the B.S.E.T. is a more current name for degree programs with a technology emphas...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Elections held, juniors sworn in. [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

Elections held, juniors sworn in. By Eric Morris Wednesday and Thursday of last week marked the balloting and voting for the new Capitol Campus Student Government Association officials. Sworn in on Tuesday, October 2nd were Marci Cryts, Behavioral Science and Education representative, Lori Morgan, Business Administra tion, Richard Carpenter, Public Policy, Patrice Blue, Science, Engineering and Technology, and Christina Veltri, Senator at Large. Also elected were Maribeth Roberts, Senior Senator at Large, Tim Frantz, Executive Secretary, and Terry McKnight, Club Secretary.

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Degree still helps hire [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

Degree still helps hire WASHINGTON (CPS) - A college education continues to be a big help in getting a job, according to a newly-released report by the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). As of March 1984, the unemployment rate among college graduates averaged 2,7 percent, compared to 7.2 percent for high school graduates and 11.6 percent for workers with an eighth grade education or less, the report shows. The unemployment trate for college grads this year, moreover, represents a significant drop from the 3.5 percent in 1983, and 3.0 percent in 1982, notes BLS spokesperson Rick Dedent. College graduates make up a majority of the workers in most managferial and professional fields, as well as the bulk of workers in technical and sales occupations. Among professional occupations - health and medical services, law, teaching, engineering, math, and computer services ~ college graduates comprise 78 percent of the work force, the report reveals. In addition, college graduates...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

TheNavy Needs \bur Head In The Clouds. The Navy needs people in the sky who can think fast. Pilots to fly the world's most sophisticated aircraft and flight officers to control the complicated weapons and , ^ ^^'"v \> ^_^ navigation systems onboard. ^ ~ ^xrj^&3>>a. ,^34^^ -^ f Both jobs require advanced ^ ^V " ^""?) ^^^^^^^^^^ training. And both jobs _ . —-*=»^^« =*^^li^_ ^^ *5L^, reward you with the kind.. :-?3^ f ' /^o^T X ^'^^N*^^?'-*^ of management respon- ^ --Js~ \v /^^J^^^ ^^^^'N ^^ sibility and leadership au- J i VvWll 1) '^T^ ^V N thority it takes to make your «r "^y \ r&^^S^fW-f l|fo-,§§> career take off. -^nc^j ^ _^^-«f wL 'fB^98f To qualify, you must have a ' BA or BS, be no more than 28, be able to pass aptitude and physical examinations, qualify for security clearance and be a U.S. citizen. Your base pay is above 530,000 after only four years. On top of that, you'll receive an outstanding benefits package: 30 days' paid vaca...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

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Capitol Soccer [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

Capitol Soccer Photos by Jeff Shatter The Capitol Campus soccer team battles Lancaster Bible College to a 2 - 1 victory Saturday during the Campus' homecoming festivities. Capitol Campus Fall Sports Summary Women's Tennis (2 wins, 1 loss) Capitol 6, Penn State/York 3 Capitol 9, Phila. Coil, of Pharmacy and Science 0 Penn State/Hazelton 6, Capitol 3 Cross Country (8 wins, 1 loss) Capitol 15, Philadelphia College of the Bible 45 Capitol 24, Penn State/Hazelton 31 Capitol 26, Alvernia 29 Capitol 20, Northeast Christian 39 Juniata 16, Capitol 43 Capitol 19, Gallaudet 37 (Spring Garden, Misericordia and Beaver College forfeited.) Women's Volleyball (2 wins, 4 losses) Baptist Bible 3, Capitol 0 Capitol 3, Valley Forge Christian 1 Alvernia 3, Capitol 1 Capitol 3, Gwynedd Mercy 0 United Weselan 3, Capitol 1 Lincoln 3, Capitol 0 Soccer (2 wins, 3 losses) Capitol 3, Valley Forge Christian 1 Messiah J.V. 6, Capitol 5 (overtime) Northeast Christian 7, Capitol 2 Elizabethtown J.V. 6, C...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

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Acting business head named [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

Acting business head named Dr. Carolyn R. Dexter has been named the new Acting Head of the Penn State Capitol Campus Divisipn of Business Administration by Provost/Dean Ruth Leventhal. As acting head, Dexter will be responsible for administrative and curricular concerns in the business division, one of the largest on campus. A senior member of the graduate faculty, Dexter served as coordinator of the management program from 1976 -1980 and before that as program coordinator in sociology and social psychology-anthropology from 1970 - 1975. She received her bachelor's degree in psychology at St. Lawrence University and her master's and Ph. D. degrees, both in sociology, from Columbia University. Before coming to Capitol Campus; she was an adjunct professor at Boston University and earlier was a sociologist with the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. in Boston where she developed and implemented the Company's first marketing research program. Dexter was director of researc...

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Club forming for grads [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

Club forming for grads By Ken Stiggers These days the Graduate Student Union is in the embryonic stage, stressing outreach for a graduate community. THe organization actually existed during the early 1970s and dissolved in the late 1970s. Then, during the Fall 1983 semester, a sympathetic faculty member, Robert W. Coleman of the psychosocial science graduate program, listened to the concerns of his graduate students and suggested that they use the Graduate Student Lounge for their meetings. Reorganization of the Graduate Student Union resulted from the efforts of Rosemary Pauline, Ron Uroda and other grad students in the psychosocial program. These concerned students submitted a budget along with a set of bylaws to the Student Government Association, and as of this year four students volunteered as acting officers: Bill Eason- Chairperson, Rosemary Pauline- Vice Chairperson, Ron Uroda-Board Treasurer, and Chris Barrett- Board Secretary. The advisor is Diane Edwards, Graduate...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

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How high will tuition go? [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

How high will tuition go? BOSTON (CPS) - By the time the babies born this year get to college, they may have to pay $45,000 to $180,000 for their degrees and face a huge postgraduate debt, according to a recent accounting firm study. "We've witnessed an increase of more than 330 percent in tuition and required fees over the past 15 years in the public sector alone," says Clark Ber that students will spend decades paying back their education loans, he says. Currently, the cost of attending a public college averages $15,000, Bernard says, while four years at a private instituiton runs about $37,000. A recent University of Wisconsin study, Ostar says, shows that today's average college student already has a debt of $8200 upon graduation. Compounding high tuition nard, chair of higher education planning for Coopers and Lybrand, which conducted the college costs study for the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU). If such rapid tuition increases contin...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

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Two-year schools reach standstill [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 4 October 1984

Two-year schools reach standstill WASHINGTON (CPS) - There will be about 75,000 fewer students enrolled at community and other two-year colleges this fall, and some observers fear it could be the start of an era of little or no growth for the schools. Enrollment may fall from one-to-two percent this fall, the American Association of Community and Junior Colleges (AACJC) predicted in a study released last week. It's the biggest drop in the two-year compus population in 20 years, the group adds. The AACJC survey of member colleges blames the bottoming out of the baby boom population and the end of the recession, which persuaded many people to return to school for retraining, for the slight decline. "The boom era is over," concludes AACJC spokeswoman Rosemary Wohlers. "In the sixties, enrollment was growing like crazy. Now it's leveling off." "The improving economy means fewer students attending community colleges," she says. "As jobs open up, students cut back to part-time att...

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