C.C. reader. ([Middletown, Pa.]) 1973-1982, October 04, 1973, Image 1

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    Vol. 1 N
Married Students
to Meade Heights
This Fall, an age old request
of married students attending
the Capitol Campus was
honored. Meade Heights housing
at last became available to them.
Traditionally, married students
have had a very difficult time
finding housing in the Harrisburg
area because of a shortage of
these facilities, (particularly
after the June ‘72 Flood) and
because of high rents. Some
students, unable to find housing
were forced either not to come
to the Campus, or to withdraw
from school later, as it was
difficult to pay for
accomodations in their home
towns as well as rent for “single”
housing in on-Campus facilities.
The availability of Meade
Heights housing to married
students was not brought about
to place single residents here at a
disadvantage. It was the
outcome of deliberation over
cold economic fact. The
enrollment projection was down
last Spring, and with the
estimate of returning and new
on-Campus residents came the
possibility that 35-40 houses in
Meade Heights would stand
empty. The University could not
have afforded the cut in revenue
and have maintained the
facilities and services which it
now provides. Hence the
decision to make the houses
available to married couples
came aobut.
Couples residing in Meade
Heights have signed a year’s lease
and pay monthly rent for their
houses. A decision on whether
or not the spaces will be needed
for next Fall’s incoming
students will have to wait until
next Spring’s enrollment
projections for the coming year
are in. If it is found that requests
for housing by single students
will increase appreciably over
this Fall’s, then the program of
“married housing” in Meade
Heights will be re-evaluated and
a decisioh made to continue it or
A campus community offers
the unique atmosphere
conducive to learning while we
live. Those who are potential
“Marrieds” and parents can learn
much from this new
arrangement. This article is being
published to answer some of the
many questions regarding this
arrangement, and in a spirit of
providing some ’inderstanding of
it as well. Any further questions
should be directed to the
Residence Living Program
Office, 946 A Kirtland Avenue
(Tel. 787-1665), or to Mr.
Norman Gautreau, Manager,
Department of Housing and
Food Service in 107 Wrisberg
Hall, (Tel. 787-7758).
** * *
Tonight is the Night!
Yearbook Meeting
Join our Staff and
Make it Happen
8338 Nelson
in the Heights
Well, they did it! They finally
came up with a brainstorm to
make registration as painless as
possible. The secret - staggered
location. The students had a
little further to walk than usual
but it seemed to keep traffic
from getting too congested. The
advisors were readily available in
their respective offices which
was a second advantage. For this
year’s fall registration, the paper
work for students was also
The C.C. Reader sees one
major area for complaint. It
seems that nothing can be
accomplished between the hour
of 12 - 1. We realize that the
secretaries do deserve lunch but
we feel that a staggered lunch
system would be better. The
final time for registration in the
morning was 11:44. When the
student left his advisor, he found
that the doors to the final check
point were locked. He
The United States Marine Corps Officer Selection
Team from Harrisburg will be on campus on the 10th
and 11th of October 1973, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00
p.m., located in the Main Admin. Bldg. - Venderville.
For a Snack or a Meal
Stefie’s 230 Diner
open 2a.m. to 10p.m.
on the road to Elizabethtown
October 4,1973
begrudgingly had to wait until
1:00 to finish his task. The hall
became a very congested area
and the entire process for the
rest of the afternoon was
Otherwise, registration was
very fast and efficient. With
little change, it could be
effectively used for many
registrations to come.
Good Food
Reasonable Prices
** * *
WELCOME ALL STUDENTS! The Recreation/Athletics Building
and Base Gym are open for your convenience. The following hours
will be in effect until further notice:
Recreation/Athletics Building: Monday thru Friday - 8 a.m. to 10
p.m.;Sat. and Sun. -2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
.Base Gym: Mon., Tues., Thurs., & Fri. - 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Weds.,
Sat., & Sun. - 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. SLIMNASTICS:
Slimnastics classes are being offered to all interested students.
They begin Tuesday, October 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the
Recreation/Athletics Building. The classes will be conducted by Ms.
Barbara L. Ross of the YWCA, Harrisburg, and is available to all
students, faculty and staff. There is no fee for this program. Classes
will be held Tuesday evenings.
BOWLING: , „ ..
The Capitol Campus bowling league is ready to roll! Bowling will
begin the first week in October. The Middletown Lanes has set aside
2 nights this term for league bowling. Team rosters may be obtained
at the Recreation/Athletics Building. This league is also available to
all students, faculty and staff. For information call 787-7751.
Try-Outs for the varsity basketball team will be held on Monday,
October 15 at 6 p.m. in the Base Gym.
The deadline for team registration for flag football is 5 p.m.
Wednesday, October 3. Team rosters may be obtained at the
Recreation/Athletics Building. There will be a $2O registration fee
with $l5 refundable if there are no forfeits. A team captain’s
meeting will be held as soon as possible. Keep checking with the
Recreation/Athletics Building for date, time and place.
MR. AL WILLIAMS, former ABA player with the Kentucky
Colonels, will return to coach the varsity basketball team for the
1973-74 season.
Martial Arts classes with basic instructions in Self Defense, Judo
and Karate are being scheduled for the Fall Term. Mr. Charles
Cavrich will be the instructor and classes will be held every Monday
and Thursday evening from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the
Recreation/Athletics Building. The beginning date for
this program is Monday, Octoberl. There is a $lO
registration fee with $5 refundable at the end of the program
providing 80% of the classes have been attended. Judo ghias are
available for check out and will be issued on a first come, first served
basis. All students, faculty and staff interested in this program
should stop by the Recreation/Athletics Building and register as
soon as possible.
Equipment such as footballs, soccer balls, volley balls,
basketballs, tennis racquets, golf clubs, softballs and bats, etc., are
available to all students, faculty and staff for check out. Items may
be kept for 3 days only. A fine is charged for all over-due items. An
ID card must be presented and a check-out card signed.
Anyone interested in soccer should stop by the
Recreation/Athletics Building and register for the team or call
787-7751 for further information. The following games have been
scheduled to date:
NE Christian Jr. College @ Capitol Campus - 7
pm - Tues - Oct 9.
York Campus PSU @ Capitol Campus - 2 pm -
Sat - Oct 20.
Schuylkill Campus PSU @ Capitol Campus - 8
pm - Tues - Oct 23.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5 - Last day to add a course.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 8 - Photo Club Meeting 8:00.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9 - Soccer - N.E. Christian vs. Capitol
7:00 at Capitol.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12 - First day to file for pass/fail.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15 -- Varsity Basketball Tryouts Rec/Ath
Building 6:30.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16 -- Last day for pass/fail. Last day to
drop a course. Movie - “The Candidate” 8:00.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 - Soccer - York vs. Capitol 8:00.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23 - Movie - “Fanny Hill” 8:00.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26 ~ I.E.E.E. Meeting E-240.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 - All University Day.
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