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CROSS WORD [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 October 1984

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Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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S.G.A. Move [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 October 1984

S.G.A. Move (continued from pg. 1) fected were ITE, an engineering club; NOW, a student women's rights organization, Pennsylvania College Republicans, Phi Beta Lambda and the Returning Women organization. The organization also agreed to accept Humanities major Beth Home as a candidate for the vacant Junior Senator position representing the Humanities Division. The group also recieved the monthly treasurer's report which listed 13 clubs whose accounts have been frozen until they file an exuse for not attending biweekly President's Council meetings, which S.G.A. requires.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 October 1984

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'Irreconcilable differences' divorced from reality [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 October 1984

'Irreconcilable differences' divorced from reality A Movie Review by Don Strausburger Over the past five years, Moral Majority groups have spent a great deal of time emphasizing the importance of spending time with your children, with little help from the media. With the release of the film, "Irreconcilable Differences," however, the subject has been brought into the spotlight. The film stars Ryan O'Neal, Shelley Long and Drew Barrymore as the Brotsky family, a stereotypical Hollywood family. The action begins with Casey Brotsky, an alienated eightyear-old played by Barrymore, in the office of her lawyer planning the case in which she wants to divorce her parents. In epic Greek style, the film then flashes back to show the initial meeting of Norman Brotsky and Lucy Van Patten, played by O'Neal and Long, the fourday relationship which leads to their marriage, and early indications of how they ignore Casey. The flashbacks show the development of the careers of Norman, a fi...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 18 October 1984

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Suicide immoral' says SGA [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Suicide immoral' says SGA By Tony Perry Capitol Campus' elected student leaders are thinking today about adopting a resolution that condemns the stockpiling of cyanide pills by college campuses for use during a nuclear war. The first draft of a "statement concerning Capitol Campus response to cyanide stockpiling referenda" was issued to the members of the Student Government Association earlier this week just after the students of Harrisburg Area Community College joined the growing list of collegians attempting to have cyanide pills available for "optional student use in the event of nuclear war." "We dont necessarily support the idea of suicide, nor do we support the idea of nuclear war," Peter Mekosh, SGA president, said during the organization's Oct. 30 meeting. Mekosh said the campuses that have proposed the use of the pills as an optional solution for nuclear war are promoting a cowardly image of college students and have no real affect oh thes nuclear weapons politie...

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Referenda may hurt nuclear freeze fans [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Referenda may hurt nuclear freeze fans PROVIDENCE, RI (CPS) - Attempts by students at Brown University, the University of Colorado, and more recently at Harrisburg Area Community College to stock cyanide pills for use after a nuclear war may be doing the campus freeze movement more harm than good, some activists warn. Last week ~ in the largest student vote turnout in six years - Brown students voted 1044 to 687 in favor of a measure asking college officials "to stockpile suicide pills for optional student use exclusively in the event of a nuclear war." At the same time, Colorado student leaders voted to hold a similar referendum on that campus in late October. Officials at both schools point out that the student referenda are not binding and steadfastly refuse to consider stocking the lethal pills. One Brown administrator declared the referendum would be enforced "over my dead body." The students, of course, admit they're after headlines as much as they are an easy way out ...

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Mondale leads poll [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Mondale leads poll Photo by Tony Perry A "soldier" and a "human eye" were among the many costumed students at Capitol's annual Halloween dance. More photos on page 5. By Mark Edquid Walter Mondale is the presidential favorite of Capitol Campus students according to a straw poll conducted by the Captiol Times here this week. The poll shows Mondale with 44% of the vote, Reagan with 32%, and undecided/other with 24%. Mondale's primary supporters in the sample were black, female, and students living off campus. Reagan Support came from the white, male, students living on campus. Students in the Behavioral Science and Education, Business administration, Humanities, and Public Policy prefer Walter Mondale, while those in the Science, Engineer ing, and Technology programs support Ronald Reagan, according to the straw poll. Polling was done at the Olmsted building last Friday afternoon and Monday morning. The poll asked the students if they were registered voters, if they plan to ...

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Mimes Visit Capitol [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Mimes Visit Capitol By Ken Stiggers Mimes Gary Young and Dianne Bye facinated a capacity audience in the auditorium last week with their presentation entitled "Camouflage." Produced by the Gary Young Mime Theater, "Camouflage" introduced an overview of several mime styles: French pantomime, corporeal movement mime, and swiss mime with its masks, body bags and imaginary creatures. The two mimes amused the audience with skits titled "The Rock Star" and "Karate Contest." In the black-out skits, the mimes chose a person from the audience, and the participant told everyone when to open and close their eyes. One moment the mimes were positioning themselves one way and, blackout ! The spectators closed their eyes while Gary and Dianne change positions. With open eyes, the audience takes notice of the change. This process, repeated a few more times, creates a comical montage of movement. The duo has been seen on film and on television, and has been featured in print and advertising....

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Division head cites changes [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Division head cites changes By Neil Myers Possible changes in curriculum and options are in the works for the Humanities Division, according to Dr. William Mahar, Division Head. Scheduled this month is a November 14 visit by students enrolled in communications programs at Hrrisburg Area Community College and Keystone Junior College. Both colleges are participating in new "transfer agreements" with the Humanities Division. Mahar said the plan will mean "maybe sharing some fauclty, maybe sharing facilities" with the schools. Under the program, students will be able to plan their schedules on a four-year basis and avoid applying to colleges twice, Mahar explained. He said the agreement with H.A.C.C. is complete, while La Plume is still negotiating. The November 14 visit will coincide with the campus' Art and Technology Fair, involving displays, lectures and demonstrations of computer graphics. Early plans call for the visiting students to inspect campus media facilities such as...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

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Day care draws SGA support but no money [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Day care draws SGA support but no money The Student Government Association (SGA) displayed a unanimous support for the establishment of a day care facility on campus and appointed an acting SGA vice president, during their weekly meeting Tuesday. SGA president Peter Mekosh told the attending senators that he had received a letter from 15 students indicating a desire for a day care facility on campus, and suggested that SGA get involved in seeing that desire become a reality. "I don't know if we can fund it, but it is something we could help establish," he said. Mekosh said the high average age of Capitol's students increases the likelyhood that they may need the use of a day care facility. The senators voted unanimously to support the creation of such a facility on campus, although no definitive plans exist at the moment. Mekosh suggested that faculty and students involved in the elementary education curriculum at Capitol become involved in the project, and suggested that ...

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Anti-nukes seek attention [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Anti-nukes seek attention (continued from pg. 1) sonalize the issue by thinking about their options. But thinking about suicide could foster a defeatist attitude and actually drive students away from the campus freeze movement, warns Sanford Gottlieb, executive director of United Campuses to Prevent Nuclear War (UCAM). "I think (stockpiling suicide pills) is a very poor idea because it doesn't offer hope," Gottlieb says. Instead, he argues, students should work to educate each other about the horrors of a nuclear confrontation and "discuss solutions to the arms buildup." While the Brown students "were sincere in wanting to raise consciousness" of the imminent dangers of nuclear war," he says, "they miscalculated what effect it would have: It makes people feel more hopeless." "But nuclear war is suicide," counters Brown's Salzman. "If I'm not dead, I want to be able to kill myself. Life after nuclear war is a fate less than death." Besides, Salzman adds, "I'm more optimisti...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

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Student arrested for disorderly conduct [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Student arrested for disorderly conduct By Tony Perry A Meade Heights resident will be arraigned before District Magistrate Mary Cross tomorrow following his early morning arrest on disorderly conduct charges last week. EDET major Joe Rushin, of 955B Flickinger St., was charged with one count each of criminal trespass, harassment, public drunkenness and disorderly conduct after campus police received complaints about a "loud party," according to campus police reports. The reports said that campus police received a telephone complaint from a student about a "loud party" at 955B Flick inger St. on Oct. 24. The police officer arrived at the location to find Rushin "drunk and disorderly," the report said. Rushin came out of his house "several times...yelling obscenities," according to the police report, and entered the residence at 955A Flickinger. He was asked to leave and when he refused, was taken from the residence, police said. The police record also said that many efforts ...

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