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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

SGA Elects Vice President by Gregory Goldsmith Collegian Staff Writer On Jan. 17 the student government senate voted 6-3 in favor of Chris Anderson to be the new student government vice-president for the remainder of the 1984-1985 academic year. Initially, there were approximately nine candidates. After careful consideration of what the job entailed, the majority of the candidates dropped by the wayside, leaving the race for the vice-presidential seat open for one of the three remaining candidates. In order to get an idea about how Anderson feels with his new position, the Collegian spoke with him shortly after the start of his office. Following is the gist of the conversation with Anderson. Q: Why did you run for office? A: "Because I felt that I was qualified, having had previous experience in student government. Also, Doug Gerow (SGA president) asked me to, he thought that I should run." Q: What qualities do you plan to add to the Student Government Association? A: "Sil...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

Task Force Opposes Activity Fee by Julie Reynolds Collegian Staff Writer University Park opposes a program that would provide Behrend students with a variety of cultural, intellectual, and social events. The program, similar to those set up by Edinboro and Gannon Universities, would require students to pay a fee with their tuition. Such a program would allow the activity fee to be used by the Behrend campus only, rather than being sent to University Park to be redistributed to all of the commonwealth campuses. • How would Behrend students benefit from such a program? According to Jamie Grimm, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, the possibilities are endless. Behrend students could see more concerts first-run movies, big name performers, better coffee house acts, and better recreational facilities. Why is University Park opposing a program that would let students balance free time with something other than studying and socializing? The Task Force on Student Fees at University ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

Student Union Board President Resigns by Paula Mans Collegian Staff Writer Edward Bailey, former Student Union Board (SUB) president, announced his resignation in early December. Bailey had several reasons for his abdication. "I'm involved in other activities and found SUB to be too . time consuming with hassles that I didn't need," Bailey said. He felt that the organization was not working together in that, "People underneath me .weren't doing their jobs and that made me look bad." Other attributing factors to Bailey's resignation were changes from last year. Chris Reber, former Student Union Manager and Student Activities coordinator, left Behrend for another job. "Chris was an ideal person for the job and he was well overqualified," said Bailey. "With all new faces in the department, we found it hard to make things turn out for the best," Bailey added. "People underneath me weren 't doing their jobs arid that made me look bad." Bailey emphasized a problem with SUB's const...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

Financial Aid Applications Available For '85-'86 Applications for financial aid for the 1985-86 year are now available in the Financial Aid Office, located on the second floor of the Administration Building. Students are urged to file their applications by Feb. 15 to assure consideration for all aid programs. Listed below are the applications required and filing deadlines for both process may be addressed at the Financial Aid Office, or by consulting the Financial Aid Bulletin Board located on the second floor of the Reed Student Union. A. Pennsylvania State Residents 1. STATE GRANT-FEDERAL GRANT APPLICATION For the 1985-86 academic year, PA undergraduate students should complete the State Grant-Federal Grant Application to be considered not only for state and federal aid, but also university administered aid in conjunction with the University financial aid application. To be assured consideration for the University administered aid, the STATE GRANT-FEDERAL GRANT application...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

Art Museum Offers Classes Interested in developing your creative skills? The curious amateur, intermediate or advanced level student can explore the unique world of visual art through various media at the Erie Art Museum located at 411 State St. Winter classes '85 will begin this month. .Seven adult classes are being offered in such areas as clay, graphic art and calligraphy, painting, photography, watercolor and drawing. " Two classes in clay are planned, introducing students to the materials, basic firing techniques in handbuilding, and throwing of the potter's wheel. In graphic art and calligraphy, beginners will learn basic lettering and calligraphy skills, layout, design and other techniques. Painting courses offer advancement in drawing, painting and design elements. For those interested in photography, basic . darkroom techniques include: spotting, tinting, mounting and framing. Understanding how photography and the camera work will enhance the students' appreciation ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

Martial Arts Club Organized by Jill Bedford Collegian Staff Writer The Student Government Association is considering the formation of a Martial Arts club. Jeff Eagley, head of the formation committee, approached SGA with a tentative club constitution. The dulrmay lean towards selfdefense or several of the specialized martial arts. The particularities of the club will depend upon the interests of the club members. Area instructors in the martial arts field may be guests at meetings. "I would like for the club to be run as a formal class," said Eagley, "but, of course, the specifics of the club will depend upon the majority of the members' interests and how much money will be allocated to the club by SGA." SGA is expected to vote on the formation of the proposed club pending the formal reading and approval of the club's constitution. Any student interested in joining the club should contact an SGA member or Jeff Eagley.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

Management Club Elects Officers Former Management Club president, Vinney Ciardullo, resigned upon his transfer from Behrend College. The Management Club would like to introduce the new co-presidents, secretary, and treasurer of the club. The. co-presidents are Sharlene Teitel and Andy Pomerance. Amy Olson will serve as secretary and James Regalia is treasurer. Vice President Kecia Conley was unable to take on the presidency, in the absence of Vinney, due to other club obligations and a senior internship which will be taking a major part of her time this semester. Teitel and Pomerance agreed to accept their new positions as a joint venture. They seem serious and excited about their new positions and have many new plans for the club. The Management Club meets every other Friday. The next meeting is Feb. 8, in the Reed Seminar Room at 12 noon. All students are welcome.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

Commuter Corner Commuter Council announces - The cartoon showings at the the following student services: beginning of each month will continue. Dates and times will be - The Quiet Study Lounge is posted. open in Niagara Hall. - Commuter Council meets - The Commuter Bulletin every Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. in the Board, located between the Reed Reed Seminar Room. Lecture Hall and Student Affairs, - Commuter Council's phone is in use. number is 898-6220. Call if you - A Mardi Gras celebration is have any suggestions or being planned for February. . comments.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

Editorial Opinion Deficit Must Be Cured For the past two decades, every United States president has talked at one time or another about reducing the national budget deficit. In the same period of time, the deficit has mushroomed in what appears to be a losing battle. Recently released figures concerning the problem have shocked the nation, and people are beginning to realize what the deficit is doing to our economy. Since the deficit is primarily money borrowed from American banks, it tends to escalate interest rates. This in turn makes it harder for the average American to mortgage homes, cars, trucks, and other items that keep a Isrge population of people and industries employed. What it boils down to is a serious chain of events with the deficit as master link. President Reagan says he has a plan. He will seek to bring huge deficits under control by achieving something unprecedented in recent decades - a halt in the overall growth of federal spending. This year he will tr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

Reader Opinion Security Clarifies Parking Regulations Dear Editor, I am an officer with Police and Safety at Perm State-Behrend. I write to you with the hopes of making my job a little more enjoyable and at the same time save the students of this campus some money and headaches. Contary to popular belief, I do not enjoy writing 50-60 tickets a day to students who are parked illegally. There are a few comments I'd like to make to clear up what appears to be some vagueness in the parking regulations on this campus. Students with parking permits are NOT allowed to park in 1. the Reed lot (either upper or lower) except Monday through Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. and Friday 6:30 p.m. to Monday 6 a.m., unless otherwise posted for snow removal, 2. anywhere behind Niagara and Perry Halls (including along the roadways), 3. along the roadways or on the grass areas behind Perry Hall, 4. in the lot immediately behind Lawrence Hall and 5. the lot next to Dobbins Hall. In regard to p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

Penn State Behrend Collegian Member of The Press Association Editors Risa Glick Rod Luery Feature Editor Lisa Pavadore Business Manager Daniel King Photo Coordinator Napoleon Birch Advisor Robert DiNicola Staff Jill Bedford • Thomas Milley LisaScherer - Judy Bush Kevin Moore Michael Shaffer Robbie Colville Suzanne Nathans Leo Shriver Michael Coursey Barrett Parker Lori Starcher Kimberly Ford Julie Potochny Tammi Starcher Kurt Freeman Greg Rathbun Kelly Swisher Dan Gaston Julie Reynolds Kim Veitch Gregory Goldsmith Steve Roney Anne Waskowitz Dana Gross Michael Ross Roger Whelan Darlene Kasbee Rob Roth Michael Wimms . Paula Maus Doug Saltzman Mark Yeager REPRESENTED FOR NATI(?NAL ADVERTISING BY CASS Student Advertising, Incorporated 1633 West Central St. Evanston, Illinois 60201 Mailing Address - B_*hr_*nd _Collogian, Station Road, Erie, PA 16563 Office located in Reed Union Bulding Office Hours - 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Monday through Friday Phone: 898-6221 Opinions expressed by the edito...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

OPINION/FEATURE Cancellation Causes Confusion I was in shock as I drove into the college the Tuesday before last. The news had just come over the radio that Behrend was closed until 10 a.m. except for "essential personnel". Subsequent announcements stated .that the school was closed for the day. I suddenly realized I didn't know where or when to tune in to find if Behrend was to be open or closed for any given day. There is no "set time" to tune in. John Ream, Director of Operations, states that the announcement goes out "as soon as we determine we can't open the campus." Several items are considered in this evaluation, including the condition of the roads to the campus, the condition of the campus itself, and the forcasted weather conditions. Who makes the decisions to close the campus? Ream comments, "It is ultimately the provost in consultation with several other people." This also includes reports from the National Weather Bureau. The Tuesday before last, the announcem...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

Behrend Nightclub Opening Soon Edward Jackman.. .Comedy and other dangerous staff by Kevin Moore Collegian Staff Writer Look out Ramada Inn Happj Hour and look out Billy's in th< Hilton Hotel...it's Bruno's Place! Great entertainment, good fooc and drinks, and a first das; clientele...you! Hey, don't be scared off bj Bruno's impressive attributes Bruno's takes pride in serving everyone regardless of age oi grade point average. You don'i need more than a couple of bucks for the occasional cover _charge and the entertainment comes tc you at no additional charge. Bruno's is an innovative nightspot on the campus of Pern State-Behrend. Every _Tuesdaj night beginning Feb. 5, there wii be a long awaited "night club" oi campus. Faculty and students alike are cordially invited to get tc know each other better in an informal atmosphere. Bruno's will be complete with The Wooden Nickel bar, bartenders, snack foods, and nightly entertainment. The grand opening, on Feb. 5, will fea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

Library Hires Former Student by Julie Potochny Collegian Staff Writer There is a new full-time employee in the Behrend College Library this semester. Patty Altieri who worked as a student library aide since the fall of 1980, occupies the position of reference clerk. Her duties include sitting at the reference desk to answer questions, compiling bibliographies for various subjects, correcting English 15 library work books, and conducting library tours. Altieri's main goal is to get students more involved in the library. _>Altieri says, "More students should exploit the library's resources for their own personal enjoyment." To further her cause, Altieri has organized many programs. Beginning this month there will be a monthly viewing of movies that have been adapted from a novel or play. Patty Altieri Library Reference Clerk Movies include a Tribute tc John Steinbeck, a play by Tennessee Williams, and Bernard Shaw's My Fair Lady. Through Valentine's Day-week, there wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

A Taste Of The Big Apple by Lisa Pavadore Collegian Feature Editor New York City has often been called the "city that never sleeps," with it's bright lights, screaming traffic, and swarms of people rushing around like they're five minutes late for an appointment. I saw New York City at the end of holiday break. The city of New York makes the city of Boston (my home) look like a playground. If you plan to visit the Big Apple, you might consider visiting several places I visited. Firstly, as I had only a few hours to visit the city, Manhattan was the only borough I had time to see. The first stop on my excursion was the World. Trade Center. From the observation deck on this huge building (on the 107th floor!) one can see midtown Manhattan, New Jersey, the East and Hudson Rivers, and many bridges. Along with taking in the view, visitors can eat at New York's highest snack bar and browse in the gift shop. There are many other shops and restaurants within the World Trade Center. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

Fogerty Re-emerges With "CenterfieSd" by Michael Ross Collegian Staff Writer *Frisbee Material **Better Than Sominex ***Have A Friend Make A Tape Of It ••••Good Album, Buy It ••?••You'll Wear It Out Playing It Centerfield John Fogerty Warner Bros. Records ***** After a ten year hiatus, John Fogerty has re-emerged with an impressive solo effort. As the backbone of the legendary Creedence Clearwater Revival, Fogerty singlehandedly propelled the group to the top with his unique voice and guitar, which was only a complement to his behind the scenes work with songwriting and production. Fogerty progressively regresses on this album, combining the basic CCR country, rockabilly style with the latest recording technology and techniques. Like he did with CCR, Fogerty involves himself with everything from writing, producing, and playing all instruments to even assisting with the design of the record sleeve. He writes of youth and later life, which is evident by the hit "The Old Man ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 February 1985

Lisa Borgia and Tami Learn both formerly of Haircutters Salon Are Now Working At Styles by Lynn 6768 Buffalo Rd. 898-3154 All College Students with ID Pay only $6.00 Includes Shampoo, Haircut and Blowdry Hours: Wed.-Thurs. 10-8 Fri.-10-5: Sat.-10-3

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