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To the Editor,
The following is a response to
an article written by Bob
Bonaker in last week's
Capitolist. The article dealt on
Mr. Paul and his role on the
Lately the question of
security personnel not having to
obtain a search warrant in order
to enter a house has caused some
concern. Part of Mr. Dressler's
response was that "students are
not actually renting their houses.
They are paying to occupy
SPACE; a bed." Random House
Dictionary defines space as "the
unlimited or indefinitely great
three-dimensional expanse in
which all material objects are
located and all events occur."
Is that what students are
paying $lBO a term for? If this
article seems stupid, then Mr.
Dressler's response was certainly
not much better.
Students should be given
intelligent answers to their
questions and not un-academic
answers such as the one noted
above. I think that we deserve
more consideration than we have
STUDENTS THAT ARE
INTERESTED IN TUTORING
From the main building go
past the apartments and out the
main gate until you reach Route
230. Head toward Middletown
until you hit the first stop light
at the bridge. Cross the bridge
and keep to the right until you
reach the gates to the base and
from there you will be able to
see it. The building is located on
the corners of Ann and Chapel.
REMEMBER, be there at 6 p.m.
To the Editors
I would like to commend Ms.
Boswell on her article COMBAT
ZONE in the CAPITOLIST of
January 25. Her reporting of the
change in Office of Student
Affairs was an informative piece
to the students at Capitol.
Since this is a free country in
the voicing of opinions I feel
that there should be some
critizing of her reporting.
As a reporter I believe there is
an unwritten rule that the
reporting should be done upon
the fairest terms and that it
should be unbiased. Ms. Boswell
does attempt to demonstrate her
rules of the game, but she did
place terms which would lead
the reader to believe that her
article was a gossip sheet instead
of an article for the newspaper.
The main term that I believe was
her error was "vibes." This word
is an expression of emotions and
a slight hint to gossip rather than
Good reporting should be
based upon both facts and a
little insight; but when it turns
to "vibes" than that is the end
of good unbiased reporting. I
a m sure that the editor of the
paper will back Ms. Boswell's
opinion and reporting, but that
still leaves me and any other
student of Capitol Campus to
express his/her opinions on any
article or event that may have an
influence to the campus
Anyone on campus who
wishes to submit a poem in the
Cultural Programs Committee
Poetry Contest may do so at the
Student Activities Office,
The poems will be judged the
first week in March. The
deadline for all poems is the last
week of February.
First prize is 25 dollars, the
second $l5, and the third is $lO.
Now's the time to show your
We have learned that Mr.
Paul's mother-in-law died
The staff of The
sympathy to Mr. Paul and
his family, and we are sure
we speak for all of the
On Saturday, the Student
Assembly of the Hershey
Medical Center presents Part IV
of its series of top rated films.
"Mephito Waltz", an X-rated
flick will be shown.
This film will be shown in the
medical center auditorium,
located in the east wing of the
building. Admission is one
(CPS) -- College graduates
may no longer be threatened
with the possibility of
unemployment which has faced
them for the past several years.
According to a recent survey
by the College Placement
Council, a Pennsylvania-based
employment of college graduates
increased by 6 percent last year.
It is the first time in three years
that an upward trend has been
The employers surveyed
reported that 47,600 graduates
were hired as compared to the
45,000 hired the previous year.
In 1969-1970 there were 70,000
college graduates hired.
The survey found that the
openings made most available to
graduates were in merchandising,
federal government, public
accounting, banking, finance,
insurance, chemicals and drugs,
and state and local government.
The biggest percentage boosts
in hiring activity were in
research and consulting--88
percent, chemicals and drugs--52
percent, aerospace--43 percent,
public accounting-- 37 percent,
electrical machinery--32 percent,
building materials and
construction-- 27 percent.
Employment prospects for
graduating engineers are getting
brighter, says William M. Kays,
dean of Stanford University's
School of Engineering, and there
may be a severe shortage of
engineers by 1976, when
demand may double the supply.
Kays noted that the publicity
given engineering unemployment
continues to affect enrollments
across the U.S. To counter the
effects of such publicity, the
Stanford Engineering School,
under Kays' direction, has begun
a campaign to attract students to
Calendar of Svents
FEBRUARY 8 -- The campus Presidents Council holds its second
meeting of the term at 7 PM in the Gallery Lounge. The Institute of
Traffic Engineers (1.T.E.) stages a meeting at 7:30 PM at 915 Weaver
Ave., Meade Heights.
FEBRUARY 9 -- Finds the Student Art Exibit coming to a close.
Viewing will end at 5 PM in the Gallery Lounge. The varsity
basketball squad has a home contest against Spring Garden College.
Capitol will attempt to avenge an earlier defeat at Middletown's
Main Street Gym. Game time is 8 PM.
FEBRUARY 10 -- The varsity basketball team plays another
game, this contest at Lebanon Valley College in Annville. Game time
is 6:15 PM. At 8 PM, the Social Affairs Committee of the Student
Government Association presents the film "Eva was Everything but
Legal," the film to be shown in the auditorium.
FEBRUARY 11 -- Mass, 3:45 PM, in the Student Center
FEBRUARY 13 -- NOSTALGIA WEEK BEGINS at 2 PM in the
auditorium with "The Stomping Suede Greasers R and R Show."
The Social Committee sponsers NOSTALGIA WEEK. Also, the
cheerleaders hold a practice session at 6 PM in the Student Center.
The SGA meets at 6:30 PM in room E-335, Main Building. The Head
Shop meets at 6:30 at the New Birth, 946 A Kirtland Ave., Meade
Heights. At 8 PM, the varsity basketball club travels to Grantham,
Pa. to play Messiah College. The Cultural Programs Committee
presents another film in the "Back in the Saddle" series at 8 PM in
the auditorium, "The Old Chisholm Trail."
FEBRUARY 13 -- A photo exhibit "Lorenzi Color Photography"
begins at 9 AM in the Gallery Lounge. Part II of NOSTALGIA
WEEK is incorporated in a vintage film festival beginning at 8 PM in
the Student Center.
FEBRUARY 14 -- NOSTALGIA WEEK: Part 111, an ice cream
parlor night at 8 PM in the Student Center.
FEBRUARY 15 NOSTALGIA WEEK: Part IV, a pie-eating
contest which begins at 1 PM in Vendorville
CIVIL SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE
TO VISIT CAMPUS
A representative from the
State Civil Service Commission
will visit Capitol Campus,
Tuesday, February 13, to alert
graduates to state government
Ken Strohm, job-counseling
specialist from the Commission's
recruitment office, will answer
student's questions on State job
requirements, starting salaries
and career opportunities.
Information about current
examination programs will be
available. Sessions will be held
both morning and afternoon for
students in the following
Science, Social Science, Masters
of Business Administration and
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To allow the representative
more time to counsel students
with career problems, the State
civil service career examination
will not be held on campus. In
lieu of campus testing, a
monthly schedule of
examinations will be offered at
fourteen statewide test centers.
Students may make
arrangements to take the test at
the nearest test center.
interested in state government
opportunities may obtain
information about the time and
place of the SCSC recruitment
presentation at the college
Sessions will be held in the
Placement Office. Contact the
office for interview times and
February 8, 1973