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WE WANT YOUR BLOOD! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
WE WANT YOUR BLOOD! Tuesday, three weeks ago, the S. G. A. office was the scene of much blood-letting at Captiol. That day, however, was not the usual blood-sweat and tears from Student Government officials but a voluntary reaction from forty-seven people of our campus. A blood drive was sponsored by the Highspire Jaycees and our very own Chi-Gamma Iota Service Fraternity or better known as the X-GFs. About two years ago these groups got together to form a community blood-bank and it has been going strong ever since. To date 189 units of blood are in the bank, a good deal of it came from Capitol Campus. This time around, sixty-three signed up to give blood, fifty-three showed. Out of the fifty-three, forty-seven were permitted to give for a number of reasons. For instance, if you had a cold in the past two weeks, or took antibiotice that day; were addicted to drugs; had hepititus, low or high blood pressure. Even a low temperature could eliminate you as a donor. In other wor...
WHAT??? Dinner For 100? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
WHAT??? Dinner For 100? Organizer of the Thanksgiving Dinner, Bob (Clyde) Kleinhans beams over the successful turnout of people and the remarkable number of good cooks from Capitol. He is flanked by Denise Frost and Joe Quatrocchi. One really nice thing about this campus isthat if someone has an idea and can put some time into it, he can make it work. A case in point is the turkey dinner held last Tuesday night in the Student Center. What started out as a hunger-induced plan to have a dinner for a few people who were not leaving for home until Wednesday, turned into a incredible feast, the likes of which haven't been seen in these parts since the end of the rule of the Huns. Well, at least it was a Thanksgiving dinner that couldn't be beat! The idea came to Bob "Clyde" Kleinhans one night about a week before the Thanksgiving recess. He quickly realized that his house and his budget would not be big enough to take care of all the unexpected turkey-lovers who wanted to join ...
Editorial From WZAP [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
Editorial From WZAP Last evening at the SGA meeting a proposal was brought up to completely turn off the WZAP speaker in venderville. Nine members of the Student Government voted FOR turning off the speaker. For the benefit of the Student Body, the motion was defeated. It seems that some members of the SGA are more interested in ripping off the students by way of the juke box. The SGA has funded WZAP; any move to silence the station would be contradictory, for WZAP is a student involved organization with over fifty active members. We realize that some students may object to the music in venderville, but can't they move to the outer area to eat? If it is true that most students do not care for broadcasting ZAP in venderville, then it should be turned off. Let the SGA gather a censensus before trying to make money where most may object. Unless we hear it from the Student Body, our voice will not be silenced. Response is welcomed.
Letter to the Editor Thanks for Eating it [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
Letter to the Editor Thanks for Eating it Dear Editor: I would like to thank some of my friends who helped to make the Turkey Dinner last week the success it was. Without the help and moral support of these people, we could never have enjoyed the evening. Thanks must go to Kati and Denise for decorating the Student Center. It was beautiful. And had the tables not been set up, we would have had to eat on the floor. Thank you Marlow, Danny, Harvey, Charlie and Irwin. And thanks to Mike, Stan, Joe and Charlie for setting the tables. Now for the great food. I think I can speak for all the diners when I thank the nine people who roasted the delicious turkey. So take a bow Nancy & Patsy, Joan & Joanne, Sandy & Jeannie, Pat & Kathy, and Cheryl. Just to keep it clean, I must thank the people who helped with the predictably massive clean-up. Joe, Mike, Charlie, Cheryl, Denise, Darlene and Kati, thanks very much. And a special thanks must be given to Mr...
Women Speak out [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
Women Speak out by Becky, Kati, and a little help from our sisters Recently a group of women here at Capitol Campus joined together to discuss and share their experiences and feelings towards Women's Liberation. The group, which is still developing, posed many questions and also shared some answers. Our purpose is not to intimidate or radicalize, but simply to find more questions and come to some definite answers for our daily lives. In this article we will attempt to give you a feel for the historical and contemporary reasons for women gathering together. Many ask, what is Women's Liberation? Is it just a liberation of women? How deeply, if at all, are men involved in this movement? Why be liberated at all? Contrary to the popular image of Women's Liberation, the organization is not made up of men-hating, hardened, bra-burning, fatigue wearers. Simply to sympathize with the cause, a woman need not desert her husband and children nor give up her fancy make-up, although these...
Housing Changes [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
Housing Changes Students desiring to change their present housing arrangements must request the change prior to December 3. Pat Murphy, in the Office of Student- Affairs (W-101), is responsible for any on-campus housing changes. Students' requests will only be honored if they are valid requests, i.e., if there is a vacancy. New students will be assigned to all openings after December 3.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
Staff of the PSIlifnliQf' CONTRIBUTORS: UflpllUIIOI. Samantha Bower Gregg Crescenzo Russ Matthews Jane McDonald Steve Wesley Kati Lamonica Cheryl Boyes COPY EDITOR: 2°"^"!? . . Tom Hagan Ray Nearhood MA "£G Z? ED,T0R: K Ro»nzweig PHOTOGRAPHERS: MkVwet, " cl,ffBal$on DougDeLeon Steve Calhoun Tom Black Michael Blank Becky Emery
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
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Faculty Profile: [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
Faculty Profile: Dr. Wayne Lee by Mike Welliver Business students at Capitol Campus are probably the most familiar with the figure in this week's Faculty Profile: Dr. Wayne Lee, Professor of Marketing. Dr. Lee teaches Marketing and Marketing Research in both the graduate and undergraduate programs. He is a member of the Curriculum Affairs Committee of the University Senate and also belongs to the Faculty Council of Capitol Campus. During the past summer he worked with the committee responsible for selecting the new Provost at Capitol. Dr. Lee, who has been a member of the faculty at Capitol Campus since 1968, graduated from the University of Idaho, received his M.S. degree from the University of California and his Ph.D. from Cornell University. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II as a member of the Military Intelligence Service assigned to the China-Burma-India Theater. Then in 1946 Dr. Lee joined Penn State faculty. Along with teaching, he took part i...
Move Over, Alice [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
Move Over, Alice Kathy King, Assistant to the Dean of Student Affairs, browses through the remains of the Thanksgiving banquet. (Continued from page 1) have some of the people cook turkeys and let everyone else bring one side dish. The result can be-and was~absolutely delightful. Upon entering the center on the appointed evening, one could witness a sight that would have warmed the heart of a master chef. Spread out before the dinner, in addition to the five beautiful turkeys, was a glorious assortment of vegetable dishes, side dishes, desserts and all the turkey trimmings imaginable. In addition to chipping in $.50 for the turkeys, everyone brought a special dish of his own. So for very little expenditures, we enjoyed a meal that was easily better than Alice Brock's. I can't begin to remember all the super goodies that were there. But if everyone who made something would send a recipe, we'll be happy to print it so that everyone can try it. Since desserts are always a fav...
POETS CORNER [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
POETS CORNER j. By Michael Blank o .c 4^ £ The clouds Have Called,! $ They have spotted my shadowy image o on the brown earth. •g And 2 shouts £ from the sky is enough! $ Releasing myself from the ground £ was easier than expected. j= I will abandon the earth forever, ~ and travel to higher abodes. = For I am only a child of the clouds, and they have permitted me to visit earth in human form; but now it is time to return to my origin, A shapeless cloud!
OR WILL YOU ANSWER THIS? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
OR WILL YOU ANSWER THIS? That's Beside The Point Maybe it's because I have a cold, and haven't had much sleep lately, and generally, things have been on the rocks, but this is going to be a very bitchy article. So if you want to keep your sense of security and well-being, don't read this. It all started with an incident that happened a few weeks ago on a Tuesday night. Anyway, I guess it was the final straw for this camel's back. I was at the WZAP party and was having a great time, when I noticed that there was a commotion going on in the kitchen. I went in and found Heavi puUing the trash can full of punch back in the door. I asked him what he was doing. He told me some of the guys at the party had tried to take the whole can of stuff with them. So, o.k., 1 found out later that they were really wiped out that night. Fm not picking them out to slap their hands. What I'm trying to say is that this is not the only episode of this type on campus in the last few weeks. I don t...
FROM YOUR FRIENDLY HEAD SHOP [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
FROM YOUR FRIENDLY HEAD SHOP As most students are aware, the Head Shop's Hot Line telephone service has been operating for over a year now at 944-1033. Types of calls during this time include requests for information on draft counseling, abortion referral, and locations of clinics for medical problems. There also have been calls for people who have had some kind of a drug problem at that particualr time as well as those who simply wanted someone to talk to. Members of the Head Shop have been working during the last few weeks to compile an even more extensive referral service in the areas of the draft, abortion information, and others. In addition those who operate the line have the most complete and up-to-date list of student's telephone numbers and addresses, for those who may not have a student directory readily available. The most important news, however, is that there is now an additional line operated by the same Hot Line personel for those in Middletown who might find it...
Graffitti [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 2 December 1971
Graffitti To live peacefully every day means you have no nationality, religion, dogma or authority. Peace means to love, to be kind;' if you haven't that then you are responsible for all the confusion. i peeked out of the mirror and stood up on the wall then oozed into the doorway and fell upon the hall the music smelled like purple and my feet did talk awhile and then i fell into the well and climbed up with a smile to Humbug I