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Campus Forum [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Campus Forum Nuclear annihilation is not the average dinner table discussion topic. It ranks somewhere near swine flu in cheeriness and near income taxes in inspiration. But the threat of nuclear war is something we need to face in our discussions if we are to avoid facing it in real life. Last week, the student government at the Harrisburg Area Community College agreed to hold a referrendum for the student body to decide if the administration there should stockpile cyanide pills to facilitate suicide in the event of a nuclear war. Now our own Student Government Association is buzzing over the issue. The topic is a highly polarized one. In one corner there are the ardent advocates of a strong defense. Peace through strength, fight to win and negotiation from a position of strength are popular doctrines. And then there is M.A.D.--Mutual Assured Destruction-which claims that we must avoid a nuclear war at all costs, but the only way to do it is to be sincerely prepared to push t...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Contest is mere flesh parade [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Contest is mere flesh parade By Beverly Halbrook Capitol Campus is promoted to the general public and to new students as a campus noted for its small size, its personability, its staff and the age and calibur of its students. The students seem, at a glance, to be intelligent people concerned with important issues, such as the rights of women. It is a shame that this image of Capitol can be shattered by an event such as the "Legs and Buns Contest." The contest exploits both the male and female student and is contrary to everything this campus is supposed to represent. The posters alone are disgusting. They say the contest is all in the "spirit of fun," but being displayed to a gawking group of people like a side of beef hardly contitutes "fun." The contest raises several questions that need to be considered by everyone on this campus. Who is so experienced in looking at legs and backends that she or he can give an expert opinion on what the "perfect parts" look like? Also, wh...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

To the Editor: The October 18 issue of Capitol Times contained an inaccurate statement. The new Capitol Campus Memorial Scholarship is Not the first scholarship program established at our campus. The Capitol Campus Faculty Women's Club has offered both grants and loans to undergraduate students through the CCFWC Scholarship and Loan Fund, established in 1971. The club presented its latest grant of $500 at the spring graduation in May, 1984. Last week, the club presented the university with a check for $1185 for use as short-term and long-term loans for undergraduate students. The new CC Memorial Scholarship is the first endowed scholarship program at this campus. Joanne M. Smith Chairman, CCFWC Scholarship Member, Committee on Academic and Standards, Awards and Scholarships

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Capitol Times Thursday, Nov. 1, 1984 Vol. 19 No. 5 Published by students of Penn State's Capitol Campus, Middletown, Pa. 17057 The Capitol Times welcomes letters from readers. Letters intended for publication must be signed by the author and indicate his/her club or organizational affiliation, if any. The Capitol Times reserves the right to edit or reject letters at its discretion. Letters published do not necessarily reflect the views of this newspaper or its staff. Tony Perry Editor-in-chief Staff Writers Neil Myers Co-Editor Annette Childs Jeffrey Shatzer Production Mgr. Mark Edquid James Ferguson....Advertising Mgr. Michelle Lackey Mike Dudek Graphic Artist Joseph L. Michalsky Beverly Halbrook Sales Rep. Erik M. Morris Don Strausburger Sr. Reporter/ Bill Oshman Reviews Editor Ken Stiggers Catherine Madigan Briefs Editor Angelo Vecchio Janice Waardenburg Composer Lisa Mauss Photographer Adviser Mark S. Guralnick Bob Price Photographer Rob Savior Photoeraoher _ Kathlppn H»nokh D...

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S.G.A. considers nuclear forum in draft resolution [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

S.G.A. considers nuclear forum in draft resolution Here is the complete text of the statement issued to the SGA senators this week. We are distressed and dismayed by the recent rash of referenda on stockpiling of cyanide on various college campuses. We firmly believe that not all students are so fatalistic as to prepare in such a way for nuclear armageddon. We understand that those promoting such stockpiling have as a major goal the raising of public consciousness, and we are in support of increasing awareness of this critical modern issue. However, we do not support suicide as a rational or moral response. We would rather work from a more optimistic viewpoint with an eye toward reducing tension and promoting prevention of nuclear war. Given our present knowledge of what would likely occur as a result of a strategic nuclear exchange, especially here in Central Pennsylvania with the many local strategic targets, we feel that the issue of stockpiling cyanide is moot. Moreove...

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HALLOWEEN RMffY [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

HALLOWEEN RMffY Photo by Tony Perry S.U.B.O.G. President Jeff Schnier sports a "well-filled" cheerleading outfit at the annual Halloween dance last week.

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

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Voter registration draws record student turnout [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Voter registration draws record student turnout [ILL^TJTOM W&H STRAW POLL STUDENT SAMPLE - ENROLLMENT RATIO Based on 9/6/84 Based on 50 preliminary enrollment students polled Science/Eng. Tech. 40 40 Business Administration 30 16 Beh. Sci. and Educ. 8 12 Public Policy 4 24 Provisional/Non-degree 14 By the year 1989, the national debt will climb to $3.1 trillion, eating up 32 cents of your tax dollar in interest payments on the debt alone By Mark Edquid As election day approaches, students at Penn State and around the country are apparently waiting to vote in record numbers. "Not only did Penn State register more voters than any other university in the nation, but we also broke any previous records at Penn State," said Kevin DiGiammarino, voter registration coordinator for the university. The Commonwealth Campuses contributed approximately 2,200 new registered voters to the Penn State total with Capitol Campus contributing 50 new student voters. DiGiammari...

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Poll gives Mondale win by 14% over Reagan [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Poll gives Mondale win by 14% over Reagan (continued from pg. 1) "Frankly I'm surprised. I would have expected Reagan to do better particularly in this part of Pennsylvania," Dr. Robert Bresler, Chairman of the Public Policy program said. "I don't believe the poll is correct. A more scientific poll would probably indicate a much greater support for Reagan." "Business is woefully underrepresented and the gender gap is enormously broader than it really is...20 points," Bresler continued. Reaction to these findings were "pleasantly surprising," said Franklin Kury, a Harrisburg Attorney and Council for Mondale in Pennsylvania. Most polls are lopsided for Reagan," he noted. "It goes to show you," he continued, " that there is a | more of a grass roots support for Mondale than the polls indicate." Indeed most polls show Reagan leading by 12 - 15 percentage points with the gap still widening. "I'm looking forward to a big upset on November 6," Kury said. The response by Republicans...

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Forum slated for election [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Forum slated for election By Joseph L. Michalsky The outcome of the feud between President Ronald Reagan and Walter "Fritz" Mondale will be discussed in a political forum to be held on November 8. Guest speakers Robert Bresler and Michael Young will explain the who's and why's of the presidential and congressional elections. Bresler, who is the Public Policy Program Chairman, feels that Reagan will win the election because of the general "The military is spending too much on unnecessary weapons." Robert Bresler Public Policy Program Chair ly improved economy. Young, who is an instructor in Social Science and Public Policy, also believes that Reagan will win the election. Citing the recently held presidential debates, Bresler said Mondale won the first debate and declared the second one a draw. George Bush's and Geraldine Ferraro's performances in their only vicepresidential debate was described as "unimpressive," accor ding to Bresler. The question of Reagan's age was no...

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

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

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Commuting creates unique problems [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

Commuting creates unique problems By Tony Perry Commuter students are a rare bunch. They don't talk about their roommates or complain about cafeteria food or regret the hastened arrival of graduation day. They don't complain about the conditions of the dorm rooms and they rarely know what color their bedrooms are painted. And, they never, ever, talk about leaving school to enter "the real world." Leaving home for the first time and going to college is difficult enough, but becoming a commuter student is, in some ways, even more challenging. Depending on the student's distance from the school, the time spent traveling limits the student's available time for studying and participating in extra-curricular activities. "Time is a unique problem for the commuter student," said Jay Ebersole, vice president/dean of Student Affairs at Harrisburg Area Community College. "Time and external commitments are probably the two strongest holds on a commuter student." "[A commuter student's] ...

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CROSS WORD PUZZLE [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 1 November 1984

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