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University Scholarships [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
University Scholarships Application materials for University Scholarships may be picked up in Room E-106. These scholarships are for the 1972-73 Academic Year, and are awarded to students who: 1. Give evidence of superior academic attainment (usually with a cumulative average of 3.00 or better); 2. Have a financial need, as verified by the Parents' Confidential Statement. Those students who are interested should see Miss Toni Jennings before the deadline date of February 11,1972.
THIS WEEK IN THE SGA [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
THIS WEEK IN THE SGA The effectiveness of Teacher Evaluations was among the topics of the winter term's opening session of the Student Government last Monday night. Members of the S.G.A. agreed that there are obvious disadvantages to a standardized and computerized form. But if used properly the benefits to such forms could be numerous. Senator Denny Hassler offered some suggestions for improving the system, including the necessity of having to record the professor's social security number to identify the instructor. He felt that the greatest amount of error was due to the failure of the instructors to follow proper instructions of sending the completed forms to the S.G.A. office. A full report on the problems and possible solutions will be made next week. The most important issue of the evening involved the removal of five Senators from office due to their failure to maintain the required cumulative standing of 2.33 or better. Some objections were made concerning the nece...
THE NEW BIRTH [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
THE NEW BIRTH From the "Coffee House" Is it the Christian Savior? The New Year? No, it is our very own Coffee House. The New Birth was the winning entry submitted by student Evon Golphin in the "Name the Coffee House Contest" last fall. We who have been closely associated with the Coffee House found it difficult to change the old for the new and kept putting "Coffee House" on publicity signs for the activities there. Well - this term there will be a christening of the New Birth, and an all-out attempt on the part of everyone at Capitol to use the new and correct name. What's happening at the New Birth? The programming committee has planned a full schedule of activities for this, the winter term. Since our goal is to provide social interest programs for smaller groups, the calendar includes poetry, candlemaking, and various workshops for crafts. In addition, Drs. Coleman, Patterson, Racey and Susskind will conduct Faculty Rap Sessions with interested students and other facu...
Harrisburg Foreign Policy Association [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
Harrisburg Foreign Policy Association Dr. Alan W. Heston, Associate Professor of Economics and South Asia Regional Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, will speak on "Tasks of Postwar Economic Reconstruction in India, Pakistan, and Bagladesh" at a joint meeting of the Harrisburg Foreign Policy Association and the Harrisburg Branch of the American Association of University Women at Schindler's Restaurant on Thursday, January 13. A reception beginning at 5:45 p.m. and a dinner starting at 6:45 p.m. will precede Dr. Heston's address at 8:00 p.m. The meeting will inaugurate "Great Decisions 1972," a discussion series on foreign policy issues being sponsored locally this year by the Harrisburg FPA and the Harrisburg Branch of the AAUW. According to Commander Stephen R. Ruth, Great Decisions cochairman, the topic of this year's Great Decisions kickoff event is particularly timely and an example of the vitally important issues about which the discussion program, utilizing bac...
Letters To The Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
Letters To The Editor Ed. note: The professor to whom the following letter is addressed would like to share it with you. It is a letter from Sal Paradise, a 1971 graduate of Capitol Campus. Sal enjoyed a unique living experience while he was a student here. He and Greg Francis lived for a time in the ravine across from the dorms. Now in Nepal as a Peace Corps worker, Sal writes some of his experiences and thoughts in this letter dated November 5,1971. Dear Professor, Had some free time and thought I would drop you a line. Peace Corp training is through and 1 am in a village in the southern part of the Terai (Nepal) near Darjccling (India). War brews all around. My days ire spent among rice, corn wheat and vegetable fields. My nights arc full of stars and songs. I've been playing the harmonica and the Ncpalis admire English songs. I eat one meal at night of dial and rice and vegetables; supplemented through the day with fruits and tea and water. Fish about once a week and no ...
Education Program Group Student Election Held [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
Education Program Group Student Election Held by Mike Dini The first student election of the Education Program Group of Capitol Campus was held during the Winter Term Registration of January 4-5, ll >72. Forty-five percent ol the Education Students participated and voted in the election. Students elected as members of the Education Program Group include: E L i: M E N T A R Y EDUCATION: John P. Schwartz. Marilyn Giordano. Audve Fuller. SECONDARY EDUCATION: Social Science, Michael A. Kowalcheck: Humanities. Rita Girondi: Math-Science, (No Candidate). GRADUATE PROGRAM: (No Candidate). . The following question won the approval of the student voters: "In the case of a vacancy of a student representative position on the Education Program Group before the next scheduled election (Fall 1972 Term), the r e in a i n i n g student representatives shall have the power to review, screen and appoint qualified student applicants as student representatives to the Education Program Gr...
Drug Detention At Long Binh [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
Drug Detention At Long Binh Vietnam Today by Thorn Marlowe (Mr. Marlowe has spent the last three years reporting on Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. He has written for Overseas Weekly, Asia Magazine, and Dispatch News, as well as being reporter for Metromedia Radio. He was assistant Financial Editor of the Hong Kong Star, and is currently on assignment for PNS in Indochina.) Long Binh-"How can you believe a place like that is going to help you when they let a man who is sweating like crazy and running a high fever, die in front of them?" a GI from the 542nd here in Long Binh asked. He was talking about his former unit-mate, SP/4 Jeffrey C. Wright, from Flagstaff, Arizona, who died of Malaria here. Wright didn't die in the hospital at TC Hill. He was "drying out" in the post's detention center. Wright's friends say he had gone to sick call several times complaining of a chill and cramps, but the medics sent him away telling him he only had a cold. •"He was walking around here l...
On Faculty [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
On Faculty Faculty responsibility has been defined by a new statement adopted by the Academic Senate of Illinois State University. The eight-point outline of faculty responsibilities adopted states: Faculty should "adhere to course content approved by committees" responsible for setting curricula. Teachers ' should explain course objectives to the students. Teachers should also explain how final grades will be determined, return student papers promptly, collect "sufficient evidence" to support the grade given, and evaluate students without taking into account such factors as their personalities, race, political activism, or personal beliefs. Faculty should meet classes as scheduled. Teachers should tell classes their policy on attendance. Each teacher should be available for a "reasonable number" of office hours. Faculty "should not utilize the services of the university" in pursuing non-academic concerns in the community. Expression of dissent and attempts to produce change...
Classified Ads [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
Classified Ads Since the time we announced that our classifieds ads would be printed at no charge, we have been amazed at the number of ads which we have received. We regret to inform you that, due to a lack of space in this issue, no ads will appear this week. Next week, however, the ads will be printed along with the new ones we expect. Ads can be submitted to Trish in W-105. Communicate! in the Classified Ads. WANTED: Advertising & Circulation Manager, Reporters. Low pay , long hours, incredible working conditions but good associates. Call 232-6794. NEED EASY BREAD? Harrisburg Independent Press pays 10 cents per paper sold. Make $3.00/hr. Call 232-6794 or stop at 1004 N. 3rd St. in Hbg.
Food Rattle Again! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
Food Rattle Again! The Business Club will again sponsor a Food Raffle this term Fifteen dollars worth of food will be given to the person holding the winning ticket each week, and twenty five dollars worth given away during the last week of the term. Tickets are $5.00 for the entire term and can be purchased from any Business Club member. A term ticket enables the holder to win more than once during the term since winning numbers are returned to the pot. Last term, 37 participants had a shot at the winnings over the ten week period. More are expected this term. Last terms winners were: Week Winner 1 Len Thompson 2 Bob Lopez 3 Tom Black 4 Chris Beppel 5 Nancy Marley 6 H.J.K.L? 7 Nicholas DiFeo 8 Harvey Brown 9 John Phillips 10 George Sembert Winners this term will be announced over WZAP at 8:00 on Tuesday nights, and winning names will be posted at the round table. Buy your tickets now!
New Physics Pro! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
New Physics Pro! Dr. Joseph Pedulla has joined the faculty of the Capitol Campus of The Pennsylvania State University as assistant professor of physics. Dr. Pedulla received his bachelor of science and master of science degrees, both in physics, at the University of Pittsburgh. His doctor of philosophy degree, also in physics, was granted by Penn State. While at Pitt., he was a graduate assistant doing teaching and research. He was an optical physicist for IBM in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., before becoming a graduate assistant at Penn State's University Park Campus. A member of the American Physical Society, Dr. Pedulla has conducted research in the fields of superconductivity, surface physics in the areas of thermionic and photoelectric emmission, and the electrical properties of complex solids. He and his wife, the former Nancy LuAn Hauck, are the parents of three children.
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
Staff of the PUnitnliQl' CONTRIBUTORS: UOpllUIIUl. Samantha Bower Gregg Crescenzo Russ Matthews Jane McDonald j Steve Wesley Kati Lamonica Cheryl Boyes COPY EDITOR: Don Lewis Tom Hagan Ra Y Nearhood j MANAGING EDITOR: Jim Kuzio Lee Nell Steve Rosenzwe.g PHOTOGRAPHERS: S?. «,".?. ' Cliff Balson Mike Well.ver ~ .. Doug DeLeon Steve Calhoun Tom B)ack Michael Blank Becky Emery
Faculty Profile: [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
Faculty Profile: DR. JAMES MCAREE by Bob Bonaker Interesting people doing interesting things: those are the subjects of our faculty profiles. Today's notable personality is that world traveler and teacher, Dr. James McAree. Dr. McAree is the Head of the Capitol Campus Division of Social Sciences and he currently resides in Hershey. He was born and raised in Victoria, British Columbia, the westernmost province of Canada. He described his hometown in the words of Rudyard Kipling, a onetime resident of Victoria: "Imagine a city built on top of the White Cliffs of Dover, surrounded by the Bay of Naples, with the Himalayas as a backdrop, a truly beautiful city." He began his higher education at the University of British Columbia but received his B.A. from the University of Southern California. Dr. McAree also earned his M.A. at U.S.C. He then taught history at that school for two years. After his teaching stint he journeyed to Italy as a tourist. He loved the country so much, "...
Shape of Things to Come [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
Shape of Things to Come That's Beside the Point or by Samantha Bower So, you're all back again, ready for a new term, equipped with new Bics and clean notebooks. Most of the people I know will be working at school for the last time. Seniors just don't work Spring. I know I'll be getting ready to back-pack it out of here. Me and my dog. Yeah—a dog. A big dog with lots of hair and legs. Someone to keep me company on the back roads of Ohio, along the rivers of British Columbia, the Colorado Mountains. I can see us running through the high grasses of Iowa. Man, I can't wait sometimes. Hitching back from Philly during the holidays, I almost just kept on going. Runnin free for the first time in six years, jumpin' over mountains, flirtin' with the fish in the streams, talkin' to the flowers, YES just talkin' to the daisies. Think on it, no more classes, no more books, no more NOTHIN\ No more nothin! How great, how absolutely fantastic. Hassling will be gone from my vocabulary. Su...
Smilin' Faces [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 13 January 1972
Smilin' Faces by Steve Wesley and Steve Rosenzweig Is it true that the students wishing to get their name in the "Who's Who Among Students" had to fill out coupons in their registration packets and send them to the Dean with four wrappers from any Servomation product? ... Good luck to Dr. McDermott, whoever he is ... Has Jerry South been growing a beard because he's a student this semester, or is it that he doesn't want the Main Campus Administration to recognize him?... Famous Last Words: You graduated from where? Capitol Campus - What's that? ... Joe Reilly never had his name in print - Big Shit! ... Who was caught with his pants down at Paxton Park Apartments on a recent Saturday night? ... When Mary had a little lamb The doctors were surprised. They couldn't realize how a ram Got between Mary's thighs . . The best oral contraceptive is still the word "No" ... We wish to thank Servomation for having such nice ladies behind the counter .. For those of you who think Gre...