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

Local activists speak against voter registration policy joined in on the suit and we hope that other people will also. Client's Council is a welfare rights group representing low income people. —Today we found out that of all the elected officials in Erie that supposedly stand for all these good things like mom and apple pie and the U.S. Constitution and represent the people and their best interests, 100% of them refuse to make a statement (concerning the arrest). —Basically, the thing is that they (members of the state government) don't want poor people and unemployed people to vote. They would like to keep the rolls of voter registration exactly the way they were when they were elected because that "They don t want poor people and unemployed people to vote." things have gone down by one vote. There was a bill out in Congress that intended to cut funding. ;for.,.Star Wars by 70 million aoHars. It was defeated by one vote. The ending of a 17 year moratorium on chemical wea...

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

Donald Regan's appearance a poor \ representation of Penn State ; by Kim Krynock Collegian Contributing Writer Donald Regan's recent appearance at University Park spurred protest from Penn State students, faculty and staff. University Park's Weekly Collegian devoted its editorial pages to the controversy surrounding this one man. For Behrend students not familiar with the controversy, I'll sum up the major arguments for and against the Regan visit, and include my own views. Those in support of the Regan visit agree with the University administration, which chose White House Chief of Staff Donald Regan to be the iceynote speaker at the Campaign for Penn State's inauguaral dinner. As one of the most powerful people in America, and as an experienced fundraiser (he chaired a similar campaign for the University of Pennsylvania, which raised over $250 million), Regan brings prestige and publicity to the university, and can only help the Campaign. Also, Regan has the freedom of speec...

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

opinion Behrend needs more residence halls Jack Homer ' jBeing an off-campus ~ freshmen ~'" myself last year, I easily., relate to the wide-eyed anticipation ""felt by this fall's slew of first year students. When I was accepted to Behrend in the Spring of '85, I silently rejoiced when on-campus housing was not available. A mental picture of my first apartment came into view: A three-story, white, victorian building with an elderly couple as landlords. My hazed view consisted of a brass door knocker with my engraved initials and two goldfish named Venus and Milo bubbling to greet me after a long day of classes. Even as my mother was on the phone grasping at strings to pull, I was shopping for the apartment that I thought I would be living in that Fall. Guided by a list supplied by the school, my mother and I traipsed up and down Buffalo Road looking at some of the scariest apartments ever lived in. I had never before seen a toilet on cinder blocks, nor had I ever seen ci...

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

The article that never was by Lynn Popovich C<_-!!egian Staff Writer Wear The Collegian don't make a habit of publishing articles that didn't quite work out, but 1 thought this one had a valid point to make—ed. The title of this article was supposed to be "D.U.S.: Advising and Undergraduate Instruction," but I don't know if you could really call it that now. This would have been no problem to write if I could track down some people. Every number I call, it seems, gives me the run-a-round and tells me to call another. I think I called at least twelve different numbers in the course of writing this article, and with each phone call it got worse. If they're trying to give me an ulcer, it 's working. I know this article was planned to be objective and fact oriented, but how do I find out the facts if can't even get a hold of anyone to tell me them or to answer my questions? I'm sorry if I offended anyone in any way, but this was not how I planned this article to be and ce...

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

Art symposium held at Behrend by Anthony Proviano Collegian Staff Writer On Saturday Sept. 13, Behrend College was host to an art symposium on American ceramics. The symposium was presented by the Erie Art Museum in cooperation with Dr. Sharon Dale, Assistant Professor of Art History at Behrend College, and curator of the Erie Art Museum. The main purpose of the symposium was to investigate the art pottery of Frederick Hurten Rhead, whose work represented an important landmark in the American art pottery movement. The presentation started at nine o'clock with registration and a continental breakfast, and continued until four o'clock with discussions on art pottery -which were led by prominent figures in the field of ceramics and art. Most presentations were supported by brilliant slides, and in one case pamphlets were distributed to the audience. The featured guest speakers investigated various aspects of the ceramic arts. Kenneth Trapp, Associate Curator of Crafts and Decorat...

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

In the residence halls Whoopi Goldberg says it. . by Steve Aller Collegian Staff Writer Lawrence Lobby was the scene of the second controversial conversation get together of the new school year. Centering on sterotypes and hangups, Whoopi Goldberg's video, "Whoopi Goldberg Says It", was used as the basis for discussion. In the video, Whoopi portrays five separate personalities ranging from a Harlem mental patient to a crippled woman. Whoopi's subtle switches from comedy to shocking reality caused both her video audience and the Behrend student audience to alternate between laughter and silence with each subtle changeover to real life. Whoopi's portrayal of a young "surfer" girl who becomes pregnant was acted out in such a way as to cause the audience to laugh at the serousness of the prospect. The laughter, however, turned to silence and smiles turned to grimaces as Whoopi's portrayal ended on a grim note with her coat hanger self-abortion inabling her to on Sept. 30 wit...

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

In Review-— Gene Cotton sings to small crowd by Sue Jalosky Collegian Staff Writer On Friday Sept. 12 at 9:00 pm musician Gene Cotton performed in the Wintergreen Cafe. The setting was a candle-lit nightclub atmosphere and refreshments were provided for the audience. The relatively small turn-out did not discourage Gene. He requested that the audience fill up the front first and then filter to the back. This brought the audience closer to his stage. He then invited the group to clap and sing-a-long on a few choice numbers. He performed primarily on the acoustic guitar, but sneaked a few chords on the piano towards the end of the show. The mood of the audience was energetic and all seemed to be enjoying the music. The show consisted of a composite of selections from his albums as well as some that have never been recorded. More than a musician, Gene Cotton is an entertainer. He personalized his act with a number of famous stories. My personal favorite was The Bathrobe Story. He...

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

Three productions planned by Studio Theatre Theatre news by Sue Jalosky Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend Studio Theater is presenting three exciting productions for the 1986-87 season. The musical Two By Two, the drama Bury The Dead, and the comedy The Foreigner. All are different in style and offer a variety to both the audiences and performers. The first of the three, Two By Two is based on a book written by Peter Stone. The music is by Richard Rodgers who is also responsible for The Sound of Music. The lyrics are by Martin Charnin. The play tells the story of Noah and his family in a touching, heart-warming way; as director Tony Elliot said, "It runs the garnet of emotions." The original performance in 1972 was written for Danny Kay, a successful movie comedian, as a vehicle for his career. The cast for Behrend's performance is made up of eight roles. Noah is played by earl Kneissler, a program coordinator for Wsee-TV. Earl has also appeared on the stage at the Erie P...

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

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

"What do you think could be done to lessen or hopefully eliminate the world-wide misuse of cocaine and other drugs?" by Felicia Kelly Collegian Staff Writer On Sunday, Sept. 14, the President and Mrs. Reagan made a broadcast over national television concerning the fight to keep drugs off the streets. Their main goal was to crack down on crack, a more concentrated derivative of cocaine. We asked 5 students the following question: "What do you think could be done to lessen or hopefully eliminate the world-wide misuse of cocaine and many other dangerous drugs?" Kathy Wade Kathy Wade, First Semester, Business--"Extensive school awareness programs are very important. It is our job to teach young people about the dangers of drugs. They must be taught about their long range effects which destroy friendships, families and most importantly the threat that they have on your life. We also Brian Venetti must continue to try and get drugs off the streets and the pushers behind b...

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

-tdJUV_> A _>O V XKs TV Music review The Talking Heads tell true stories' by Paul Miniger Collegian Staff Writer The Talking Heads seem to be the only survivor of the late seventies New Wave era. During which, they gave us such great songs as Psycho Killer, Once In A Lifetime and other great favorites. The Talking Heads have been regarded by many as one of the greatest new wave groups. What sets them apart from the rest is their tremendous versatility. Because the Talking Head's music does not fit into any one category of music, they are never limited to pleasing just one audience. Such is the case with their sixth album, True Stories. True Stories is a compilation of songs from the movie, True Stories, which is directed by David Byrne, guitar and vocalist of the Talking Heads. However, unlike Stop Making Sense, this album is not a soundtrack. In fact, most of the music on the film is sung by the actors and will be available on a separate album. Not to worr...

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

Bruno's ... From doghouse to nightclub by Suzanne Segal Collegian Staff Writer Are you tired of the boring atmosphere of a lecture hall? Are you looking for something new and ex¬ citing to do? Then come to Bruno's, Behrend's own nightclub! There you will find the atmosphere you don't have to go off campus for! At Bruno's you will see more than just entertainment and a row of' seats - you'll see tablecloths, candles, backdrops, chips, pretzels, and even "mocktails" such as nonalchoholic strawberry dacquaries, and pina colodas! Bruno's is the Wintergreen Cafe in disguise, and has a variety of performers from film festivals and folk singers to air band -contests and the upcoming talent show. Bruno's opened in January 1985 with juggler Ed Jackman under the direction of Jamie Grimm, assistant dean of student affairs, and student activities. This year Bruno's has had performers such as Barry Drake and Gene Cotton. It is named after Bruno, the Behrend family's favorite dog, and i...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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