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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Buckley and McGovern Debate ^^^mm Is Liberalism Dead? photos by Rick Brooks "Jesse Jackson is an extraordinary character, but he is the epitome of only himself." - William F. Buckley Jr. by Maria Plaza Collegian News Editor The future of liberalism was the topic last Monday night as! conservative William F. Buckley! debated liberal George McGovern' before an overflow crowd in Erie Hall. The debaters covered a wide variety of topics, including the deficit, the arms race, civil rights, the Iran-Contra scandal, and the campaign of Jesse Jackson. "Liberalism in America is dying," said Buckley in his opening statements. Buckley, who's many roles include author, advisor, adventurer, television personality, and founder of President Reagan's "favorite newspaper" National Review, proceeded to ascribe liberalism's "brief existence in American political philosophy " to the fact that it "has no redemptive features." Buckley also commented on the changed meaning of liberalism. He said th...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Notices American Society for Quality Control, Energy Division has scholarship applications available for Engineering and E. Tech. students:"Available- for both bachelor and associate degree programs in the Financial Aid Office, 221 Glennhill. DEADLINE: TODAY. . Applications for Student Computer Consultant are being accepted for Fall '88. Apply to the Computer Center by April 4. Career Development and Placement Services "How to conduct a Job Search" workshop. Apr. 6 at noon in Rl 16. Dr. Chet Wolford's essay on The Red Badge of Courage from his The Anger of Stephen Crane has been published in Modern Critical Interpretations: The Red Badge of Courage, edited by Harold Bloom oi Yale University. Wolford is an Associate Professor of Business and English. Dr. Ralph Abernathy. Past Director of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference has tirelessly preached on behalf of racial equality and justice. One of America's most respected black leaders since the death of Dr. Martin Luther Kin...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

ITi_^ _tii_^l £\ Corrections AJIil_3lUC PANEL DISCUSSION PAGE 2 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR PAGE 3 . The Greg Green photo . in last issue s Sport np -1 • CONCERT REVIEWS PAGE 7 _^_ITv_^l y ^™by X _lllkJ POETRY CORNER PAGE 11 The men's volleyball PHOTO FEATURE PAGE 13 photo in last issue's w- Sports section was taken I _^_CJIflip_* M. L. BASEBALL PREVIEW PAGE 14 by Thang Tran.

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

S.G.A. Elections Yield New Behrend Leaders by Holly Lew Collegian News Editor Student Government positions filled late last week included Commuter Council (CC), Inter Club Council (ICC), Joint Residence Council (JRC), Student Government Association (SGA), and Student Programming Council (SPC) Presidents and Vice Presidents, and 8 commuter and 3 resident senators. Five resident senate seats remain open. Elected were: Joe Cunningham and MaryBeth Zawistoski, CC President and Vice President respectively; Scott Serapiglia, ICC President (Vice Presidency remains open); Kevin Trenney and Stan Lefes, JRC President and Vice President respectively; Steve McGarvey and Beth Buck, SGA President and Vice President respectively; and Joye Dado and Brent Vemon, SPC President and Vice President respectively. Commuter Senators elected were Neal Cheskis, Alicia Gebhardt and JoAnn Gelwicks. Resident Senators elected were Nicole Bryant, Randy Eadie, Michael Forbes, Diane Say and Stanley Washingto...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Socialization of Prejudice in America: Panel Discussion by Debra Malone Collegian. Staff Writer On March 15, 1988 five community leaders assembled in the Reed Lecture Hall for a panel discussion of local and national issues facing minorities. Presented by the college as part of its "Socialization of Prejudice in America" scries, panel members included Jo Kathy Gilliam, secretary of the local branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP); Eva Tucker, President of the Eric School Board and assistant professor of gcosciencc at Bchrend ; Fred Rush, assistant to Mayor Tullio; Dr. John Lillcy_, Bchrend Provost and Dean ; and Gertrude Simmons, senior advocate for GECACs Area Agency on Aging. Since the panel addressed many local issues pertaining directly tc Erie residents, the panel participants were selected on the basis of theii background, their ability to present divers views, and each was given five minutes to focus on one or two topics of ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Room and board rate increases approved Courtesy of the Perm State Intercom The Board of Trustees, at its meeting March 12 at Pcnn State Harrisburg, The Capital College, approved rate increases for room and board next year. Room and board rates for the standard double, with two occupants, will rise 3.9 to 4.4 percent in 1988-89., varying according to the meal plan chosen. Students can choose from five meal plans, ranging from seven to 17 meals a week. The multi-option meal plan includes a set base for nonfood dining hall costs. Points are then incorporated, at a value of one cent each, used to buy actual meals eaten. "The University is anticipating increased operating costs, which include food, labor and benefits," Steve A. Garban, senior vice president for finance and operations and treasurer, said. The standard double room and board rate for 1988-89 will increase by $60 each per semester. The new room and board rates per semester are: —S1_.415, which includes meal plan one wi...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

/.ward Winner Speaks poem. Professor of English at Bchrend, George is the 1987 recipient of the Behrend College Council of Fellows of Excellence in Teaching Award. The purpose of this award, established in 1969, is to recognize a faculty member who is undoubtedly committed and truly inspirational to the students. Other honors George has received include the 1984 Penn State-Behrend Excellence in Research Award and a Pulitzer Prize nomination for her book Blake and Freud. She has also written several other books and is currently working on another entitled Eating 1 Beautiful Women: Marilyn; Monroe and Anne Sexton. by Michelle Schneider Collegian Staff Writer and Kevin Kapsar The Provost's Speaker Series resumed on March 17 with the lecture presented by Dr. Diana George Hume Ph.D. Dr. George's speech, "The Messy Precision of Poetry" encompassed various technical aspects involved in analyzing poetry. However, realizing that most people do not have an active interest in or pe...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Students Up A Creek As the shocking report of Dean Lilley's possible resignation sinks in, it is overshadowed by the ramifications of his alleged last request as Dean of Penn State Behrend. Collegian sources, asking to remain anonymous, have revealed that Dean Lilley's last request is that Behrend College secede from the Penn State system. The discovery of a new Behrend logo lends credence to this information (see "The Behrend Bear?"). As a result of Behrend's imminent secession from' Penn State, students presently studying here may be required to finish their studies in Erie, or lose credits earned toward a Penn State degree. The Collegian contacted University Park officials to see what effects Behrend's secession would have on its students. David Wood, Acting Director of University Relations, explained the dilemma. "The Penn State Charter is very tough when it comes to unfriendly secession. Article XXVII, section 13, specifically states, TJpon hostile secession by any sate...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

The Behrend Bear? An anonymous source has acquired, and submitted to The Collegian, a prototype of Behrend's new letterhead from a local printing shop. This prototype, to be used if secession plans go through, features Behrend's new name, Behrend University, and appears next to a stunning new logo design. The logo depicts Behrend University (B_'.U.)'s newest mascot, the Behrend Bear, emerging from an igloo. The igloo sports a rippling banner which reads; "Behrend University - Ya Gotta Luv It!.". . The new logo reflects many aspects of Behrend student life; the beautiful winter panorama, the tough constitution of the Behrend student, the isolation of the campus, and the indomitable school spirit permeating campus life. Although Dean Lilley has not been available for comment, the prominent local artist, Mark Weber is rumored to be the creator of the new logo design. Our sources could not reveal the name of the printer and could not speculate on who authored the design or when th...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Goodman at Behrend by James Martin Collegian Editor On Monday, March 21st, syndicated columnist Ellen Goodman addressed a near capacity crowd in Behrend's Reed 117. During the course of her'forty minute lecture, Goodman dealt primarily with the issue of social change, particularly as it has affected the lives of women. Following her presentation, Ms. Goodman fielded a variety of questions from the audience, most of which were loosely related to her emphasis on women's issues and our changing society. Goodman, a pulitzer prize winning columnist, writes for the Boston Globe, but is syndicated in Newspapers across the nation including Erie's Morning News. SEE Ellen Goodman pg.9 photo ly Sandy Inman

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Lilley to step down? Provost and Dean John M. Lillcy is rumored to be leaving Behrend to pursue a political career. According to a reliable source on the faculty grapevine, Dean Lilley is supposedly stepping down from his present position to run for the state senate in next year's election. His reasons for the move have not yet been disclosed All details remain sketchy at this time but some of the names being mentioned to replace Lilley include Assistant Dean and Provost Jack Burke and Dean of Student Services Chris Reber. Although Dean Lilley will be sorely missed by faculty and students alike at Behrend, the Bchrend community appears to be confident in his chances of obtaining a senate seat. The Collegian would like to wish Dr. Lilley the best of luck. See .-More Page 5

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Publication Title: Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Club Reports * Club Reports _' Attention !J!!!! ATTENTION ALL CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS: The next MANDATORY ICC meeting is April 7 at 5 p.m. in the Reed Seminar Room. You must have a representative present at this meeting; it's the last one this semester. Your club/organization must arrange to have its photo taken for the Yearbook by April 4. Contact Student Services for more info. Rifle by Chris Martincic On the 17th of March ' 1988, the Behrend College Rifle dub took a bold step forward. That night the Rifle Club ventured into handgun shooting. The members were given an opportunity to fire a .357 Magnum revolver and a .22 caliber revolver along with the regular rifles. The Rifle Club plans to make handgun shooting a regular part of its program. So, if you enjoy shooting rifles of handguns and want to sharpen your skills you are welcome to join us. Even if you have never shot before we would be glad to have you. Rifle Club meets every Thursday in the ROTC Office at 5 p.m. There is ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Management Act Adopted . Penn State-Behrend has adopted a plan for managing acts of intolerance toward individuals or groups. An "act of intolerance" is defined as "any attempt to injure, harm, malign, or harass a person because of race, religious belief, color, notional origin, handicap, age, or sex." Such behavior includes acts or attempts which may pose physical or psychological harm or threat of such harm to individuals, to groups, to the University, or to the community. It should be noted that an act of intolerance differs from oilier acts of intimidation or criminal behavior because it is motivated by haired of the characteristics or beliefs of the victim. Acts of intolerance are conscious, deliberate behaviors in contrast to insensitive acts, which may be the result of lack of awareness. The Pcnn Statc-Behrend plan is part of a University-wide effort, which focuses upon a model comprised of four functions: prevention, anticipation, response and management. Prevention ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Behrend Alumni To Speak Irwin(now a lecturer at Behrend) and John Coleman (now an instructor at Behrend)." Beckman is , by all accounts an incitefull individual. He observes, "The job that I hold now— an administrative position at the Johns Hopkins University is, by writers standards, a good one. But even in saying this I cast doubt upon my supposed calling: The true writers I've known seem not to be concerned not with good jobs but with living." Anyone interested in hearing some of Beckman's fiction or learning about writing should be Davis. A group of student writers of great ability gathered at Behrend for a few years--(including) Monica Irwin(now a lecturer at Behrend) and John Coleman (now an instructor at Behrend)." Beckman is , by all accounts an incitefull individual. He observes, "The job that I hold now— an administrative position at the Johns Hopkins University is, by writers standards, a good one. But even in saying this I cast doubt upon my supposed calling: The...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Strange Daze; ,«£_, by Ed Miseta Collegian Staff Writer "After much thought and debate, I've finally decided to toss my hat into the ring," I said to my friend Dave. "I've decided to run foi president of the United States of America." "You must be kidding" he said. "Isn't it kind of late for that?" "Not really" I said. "I figure once news about my campaign and my views on the issues gets out, my popularity will spread faster than the bull during a Dr. Kurre lecture. But first things first. I'll need a good slogan. How about this: 'Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for Ed,' What do you think?" "Sounds like you went to the Joe Biden School of Slogan Writing" he replied. "But the American people won't fall for catchy slogans. They'll want to know that you are indeed the best man for the job." "And I intend to prove to them that I am" I said. "Go ahead, ask me anything." "Okay" he said. "How do you feel about reducing nuclear arms?" "I'm all for it" I...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

By Rob Prindle Staff Writer I'll tell you what's been on my mind. I've been thinking about the primary election a that's coming up in a few weeks, and here is my advice: DON'T VOTE. I did not come to this opinion easily. I shut myself in a cold, dark room for days with nothing to read but Newsweek, The USA Today, Mad Magazine and the latest Far Side anthology. I am now, and always will be, an expert on the subject of the competitive two party elective system. God, I feel so powerful. Now, I suppose, you want some reasons not to vote. You want those reasons because you are ' all responsible, well educated citizens who demand your say in this representative government You demand your day at the polls and you deserve your day, but lets face it, some _people just shouldn't vote. I've heard a lot of talk about voter apathy. I'm for it. I don't want anyone who is too lazy to pull a few levers deciding who should run our country. Therefore, I say to the apathetic people of the country: D...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Nothing to do at Behrend = Not enough parties? by Kevin Trenney Collegian Staff Writer Yes, they've done it again! Who are they and what have they done? They are the fine people in Student Services and they have once again brought a top-notch speaker to Behrend. Who was it this time? And the answer is. . . Mr. David Ben-Dove, Consulate General of Israel, in Philadelphia. The quest for peace in the Middle East was the subject of his presentation - quite a timely topic, one would think. Now I must go on. You see, it is now time for me to fulfill my second calling in life. It is time for me to preach. My sermon is directed to all of those "yummies" _^people who blob through life). To quote (steal from) my former ;hcmistry teacher (where he stole it from is beyond me), I wish to _sntitle my sermon, "Nothing to do at Behrend? Ha! I hate you, you apathetic cretins." Oh, yes, there is nothing to do at Behrend! Speakers are no good. Why would anyone want to attend cultural events or lis...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

Webster's Learning Corner Do you know what each oi these words mean? RACISM- 1: the assumption that psychocultural traits and capacities are determined by biological race and that races differ decisively from one another which is usually coupled with a belief with the inherent superiority of a particular race and its right to domination over others. PREJUDICE- la: injury or damage due to some judgement or action of another (as in disregard of a person's) : resulting detriment - now used briefly in phrases "in the prejudice or "to the prejudice of his _Dwn interests"; b: injury in general: DETRIMENT, HURT 2a: (1): preconceived judgement _ar opinion: leaning towards one side ?f a question from other considerations than those belonging to it: unreasonable predilecation for or objection against something (2): an opinion or leading adverse to anything without just grounds or before sufficient knowledge DIVERSITY - 1: the condition of being different or having differences: VARIETY 2: ...

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