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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

Dr. Charles Garfield stresses individual excellence University Relations--Dr Charles Garfield, one of the world's leading authorities on achieving individual excellence and productivity in business, will be featured at a luncheon meeting on Thursday, Oct. 2 at the Erie Hilton during the North Coast Business Week Conference. His presentation, "Peak Performers in Business," is being sponsored by Penn State-Behrend College. Credited with completing America's longest study of high performance, Garfield has researched more than 1,500 high achievers, comparing those in business to their counterparts in science, sports, the arts, and other professions. His list includes names like Lee laccoca, Luciano Pavarotti, Linus Pauling, Martina Navratilova, Ted Turner and hundreds of less visible achievers who are the best in their fields. Garfield will uncover the essential skills that achievers use to become the best during his appearance in Erie. He will also illustrate findings from his up...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

Alumni activist arrested by Chip Susol Collegian New Editor and Kim Krynock Collegian Contributing Writer On Friday, September 12, John Biggie, •:• Behrend alumnus, and Chuck Heynes were arrested for violating a directive issued by Governor Dick Thornburgh, RPA, prohibiting voter registration in public government buildings. Biggie, who graduated from Behrend in 1985 with a B.S. in Management and a minor in Economics, is the Coordinator of Jobs With Peace in Erie. Chuck Heynes is the local coordinator of Project Vote!, a national nonpartisan voter registration effort. On Tuesday, September 16, we spoke with them, covering topics which ranged from their arrest to voter registration, and its effects on national and local politics. The following are excerpts frojn that conversation. Biggie: Chuck and I had been in the unemployment office and the welfare office registering voters all week. Dick Thornburgh issued-un administrative directive saying that no one is allowed inside pub...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

SGA appoints new club presidents by Jill Tourville Collegian Staff Writer Several changes have recently occured in the Student Government _Association. Four positions were filled this week. Jim Hague and Steve McGarvey are the newly elected Freshman Senators. At the meeting Wednesday evening, SGA appointed Matt Farkas as Inter-Club Council President and Deedra Gross as Commuter Council President. In addition to these modifications, the SGA now has three treasurers, appointed for these positions were: Shellie Altman, Scott Owens and Brenda Tobey. Three treasures are necessary because of the additional money allocated t SGA. This fund, totalling S20.000 is labeled '-impact money." It will be used to enhance the quality of student activities. Increased funds has resulted in greater responsibilities imposed upon the treasurers. Not only must the treasurers maintain accurate records of all money, which requires much time, but also they must process the _disbursements of allocatio...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

From Congressman Ridge's office A vote for more severe punishment Congressman Tom Ridge's Office—The broad, "anti-drug" legislation which passed the House with my support last week, is actually a combination of 20 pieces of legislation drafted by a dozen committees in the House. No single committee examined the bill at any one time. The legislation reflected what I believe is a sound approach to the drug problem. We must limit the supply of drugs coming into the country, and also make efforts at education, prevention, and treatment, so that the demand for illegal drugs diminishes. We must take effective action to attack the supplj of drugs and the demand for drugs. Some of the provisions to work on the supply side of the equation are: stiffer penalties for drug offenders; minimum 5 and 10-year prison terms for new crimes of money laundering, the sale of "designer" drugs, using children to manufacture or distribute drugs; greater funding for personnel for the Drug Enforcement A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

Falling fences by apartments stir residents' disapproval by Holly Lew Collegian Staff Writer On Sept. 6 a construction fence fell or was pushed over, damaging students' cars in Lot F, behind the apartment complex. According to Chief Gene Johnson of the Police and Safety Services, "All damage was minor." The six or seven cars incurred minor dents, scratched paint, or had no apparent damage. It is unknown who will be held liable: the construction company, Sesler, Inc., the University, or the students. According to PSU Vehicle registration, Parking, and Traffic Regulation, "Any vehicle parked on campus shall be parked at the risk of the owner. The University issumes no liability." This regula¬ tion is also stated in the current Policies and Rules for Students. John Ream, Director of Operations, said, "It is my assumption that the contractors will pay for the damages." When there is construction on a PSU campus, the contractor buys the land where the work is to be done, and "tha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

Freshmen elect senators by Chris Rapach Collegian Staff Writer On the evening of Tuesday Sept. 16, Doug Gainor_, President of the Student Government Association, announced the two winners of th« Freshman Senate Elections. The two newly appointed Senators are James Hague and Steven McGarvey. The other competitors were William Davis, Hillary Kun, and Angela Papeleo. The polls were open to members of the Freshman Class on Monday, Sept. 15, and Tuesday, Sept. 16, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The recorded percentage of freshmen who voted during these 2-8 hour sessions was only 23%. The election was such a close one that the results had to be recounted three times in succession. Doug Gainor was accompanied with Jamie Grimm, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs (Student Activities and Union); Jack Horner, Editor-in Chief of the Collegian; and Jim Stenger, Vice-President of the Student Government Association. Tim Zbel, the head of the Election Committee, was elected by Doug to prepare t...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

Editorial Policy The Behrend Collegian's editorial opinion is determined by the Editor, with the Editor holding final responsibility. Opinions expressed on the editorial pages-are not necessarily those of The Behrend Collegian, The Behrend College, or The Pennsylvania State-University. Brown-Thompson Newspapers, the publishers of The Behrend Collegian , is a separate corporate institution from Penn State. Letters Policy: The Behrend Collegian encourages comments on news coverage, editorial policy and University affairs. Letters should be typewritten, double-spaced, signed by no more than two people, and not longer than 400 words. Students' letters should include the semester and major of the writer. Letters from alumni should include the major and year of graduation of the writer. All writers should provide their address and phone number for verification of the letter. The Collegian reserves the right to edit letters for length, and to reject letters if they- are libelous or d...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

""Alcohol Awareness 1 Police and Safety _g alerts students Police and Safety-Alcohol and - drug abuse is a problem that fre-••_cjuently occurs on college cam' puses. Our goal is to alert students 'that if they use alcohol or drugs, they should use common sense. The drinking age in Pennsylvania is 21 years of age and there are Tcriminal penalties for underage possession, consumption, purchase or transportation of alcohol by people less than 21 years of age. .. If you are drinking alcohol, set up a reasonable pace for yourself and stick to it. Know your limit and 'cut yourself off before you go over jt, regardless of peer pressure. *- Whatever you do, don't drink _^ and drive. Driving while intoxicated carries with it mandatory jail ¦ Sentences. If you are going out, it is -a. good idea to designate a driver who will not drink. Also, some "bars give free soft drinks to the designated driver. About 50. of all fatalities from ' traffic accidents are caused by drunk drivers or dr...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

Voters registration due next month House of Representatives—Rep. Harry E. Bowser today reminded area residents that Monday, Oct. 6, is the last day to register to vote in the Nov. 4 election. To vote in Pennsylvania you must be registered, Bowser said. In order to register, an individual must have been a U.S. citizen for at least 30 days preceeding the election, be at least 18 years old on the day after the election and have lived in the election district at least 30 days prior to the election. Bowser said that anyone who has not voted in the last two years or has recently moved should check with the courthouse in Erie County to determine if their registration is up-to-date. Postage-free registration forms are available at Bowser's district offices at 2200 North Brickyard Road, North East, 410 West Church Street, Corry and 33 North Main Street, Union City. The registration forms are also available at the courthouse, state stores and many other public offices.

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

The Academic Admissions Committee recruits prospective high school students by Barb Byers Coilegian Staff Writer The Academic Admissions Committee (ACC) is a new organization at Behrend that consists of Penn State alumni who are concerned with recruiting prospective high school students into the Penn State system. Prior to the formation of the AAC here last Spring, the A.AC. worked outside of Pennsylvania, and had a very successful recruitment program. Because of this success and the fact that the collegeage population is decreasing, Penn State was prompted to bring the AAC program within Pennsylvania. The alumni are working toward "Yield Enhancement" for Penn State, said Martha Songer, Director of Public Relations at Behrend. In other words, the AAC will try to maximize the number of freshmen in the future, she said. "The AAC is in-state now," Songer said, "because students are harder and harder to get. The Baby Boomers have gone through (college) and it will be a long time...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

Alumni activist (com.) Heynes: The civil action deals with the constitutionality of what is going on in this case. The criminal action has to do with (our) "criminal" activity in registering people in a public waiting area. We weren't in offices disrupting business. As a matter of fact, the directive indicates that only official Commonwealth business takes place. Voter registration falls under the Secretary of the Commonwealth. The forms we were using were paid for and postage of this government. There was no political literature dispersed. We were dealing with official registration forms only. Biggie: The founding fathers of our country came up with a framework to live by and called it a Constitution of these United States, it being the highest law in the land. Then they decided that it needed a little fine tuning, and the very first thing that they saw that needed to be reinforced and made very strong was the right to freedom of speech and the right to assembly. The 1984 r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

Seminar to help Increase the Understanding of Alzheimer's Disease University Relations-More and more people are being diagnosed as victims of Alzheimer's Disease. Health care professionals face the challenge of helping these patients and their families come to terms with the often-fatal illness. On Wednesday, Sept. 24, Penn State-Behrend's Division of Continuing education will sponsor "Perspectives on Alzheimer's Disease," a one-day seminar designed to help health care professionals help others deal with the impact of the disease while science searches for a cure. The seminar, which is offered from 8:30-5:00 p.m. at the Holiday Inn South, will offer participants a better understanding of the physiological, psychological and sociological changes that occur when Alzheimer's disease strikes, and the impact of these changes on the individual and the family. Led by Sharon Telban, assistant professor of the department of nursing at Wilkes College and an ex¬ pert on aging, the semina...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

iifflMW—wm By Lori Beals Collegian Staf Writer On Sept. 15, twenty-five Ranger trainees met behind the pool, awaiting the start of the second Ranger Club meeting. They were dressed mostly in battle dress uniforms, and load carrying equipment. After being briefed in the night's activities, the trainees filed through the woods to the top of the Behrend hill. They were given a class on the warning order by Cadet Sergeant First Class Gebhardt, and another on the operations order by Cadet Lieute¬ nant Moscato. Cadet Sergeants Audette and Lippert taught reaction to flares, and Cadet LT Anderson taught a class in movement during direct and indirect fire, using the high crawl, low crawl, and three second rush. The trainees were given a chance to practice the skills they had learned using rubber M-16 rifles. Then they broke up into three squads and travelled down the hill as the instructors simulated air and ground flares. The meeting closed with the motivational exercises that are t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

mm by Craig Paske Public Relation's Office The Academy versus Mcdowell High School football game at Veterans Memorial stadium, 26th and State Street, will be made more exciting with Behrend's ROTC Color Guard this Thursday night. Standing tall and looking good will be Color Guard members Rick Ross, Lori Beals, and Jim Bejarano lead by Cadet Lieutenant Gary Pirl. Come out to enjoy the game and check out the Color Guard in action.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

by Lori Beats Collegian Staff Writer The first shooting of the Rifle Club was on Sept. 11. Twenty new ROTC and non-ROTC members were present. They were instructed on how to use the range, the weapons, and the scoring systems. By the end of the session, even people who had never shot before were hitting in the 10 ring of the target. The members used 22 caliber rifles and shot at NRA targets. The targets were analyzed and a •short business meeting was conducted. The Rifile Club is open to all Behrend full-time students who have a desire to shoot competitively, to learn to use the weapons for safety or to sharpen their skills prior to hunting season. Attention club presidents: Let the Collegian hear from you today!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

by Lori Beals Collegian Staff Writer The Scuba Club has been very active to date. They have been to Lakes Pleasants and Chatauqua in the last two weeks. Although many of the dives have been for certification, the divers have been busy bottle searching and have found several over fifty years old. Additionally, they have found two large canoes which were abandoned and rotting on the lake bottom. Several of the divers tried to log these dives as their first wreck dives. Members of the dives were Greggard Dober, Stephen Fields, Mike Gannon, Winston Dixon, and Jennifier Miller with Kevin Weise acting .as the safety officer from the Scuba Club. ! The Scuba Club is still open to all certified divers from Behrend. The Scuba Club's upcoming activities include a trip to Florida's Clearwater Springs during Christmas and one to the Florida Keys during the spring break. The club is starting their golf ball diving soon, so, golfers, keep an eye out for details of getting some of th$ best...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

Behrend under construction by Lon Beals Collegian Staff Writer New offices for the faculty are being put up behind the Turnbull building and also on the hill behind the Carriage house. Since the number of faculty members has been increasing, more office space was needed. Sesler, Inc. was ap¬ pointed to construct two annexes The "Turnbull Annex" will be u_$ ed for the faculty in the Humanities and Social Sciences area. The "Carriage House Annex South -' will house the faculty from the area of business. Each building will have twelve faculty offices. The proposed date for completion cS these offices is Oct. 31. v

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 25 September 1986

by Craig Paske Public Affairs Office Behrend's Cadets traveled, to Presque Isle State Park on Saturday September 20, 1986 for a _,day of canoeing at the Perry Monument Landing. Prior to the canoe trip the Cadets were required to undergo drownproofing at Behrend's swimming pool. Drown-proofing was conducted by U.S. Army Lieutenant Michell Miller along with Cadet Captain Jon Pugliano, Cadet Lieutenants San Bliley, Ralph Drayer, Geri Falletta, Ken Lesher, Mike Wilcox and Cadet First Sergeant Gres Durkac.

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