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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 6 April 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 6 April 1989

National League Preview by Jobn Miisser Collegian Staff Writer The National League-East Division. (1) New York Mets are a popular choice to win the pennant. The pitching staff consists of 20 game-winner David Cone, fire bailer and former Cy Young award winner Dwight Gooden, plus aces Ron Darling, Sid Fernandez, and Bob Ojeda. The Mets may have problems on offense, as both Gary Carter and Keith Hernandez showed their age last year when they suffered subpar seasons at the plate and on the field. Also, look for Darryl Strawberry to improve his paltry .196 batting average with runners in scoring position this season. The Mets still managed to lead the NL in. runs (703): Why will the Mets finish first? Pitching, pitching, and pitching. All the offense needs to do is give them adequate run support and nobody can stop the Mets this year. (2) St. Louis Cardinals. This year Whitey Herzog may just move his team to a hospital, with Danny Cox (elbow), Pendleton (left knee), and Greg Mat...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 6 April 1989

American League Preview by John Musser Collegian Staff Writer The American League-East Division. (1) Toronto Blue Jays. Last Spring, George Bell was upset when manager Jimy Williams announced that Bell wouldn't start in the outfield and would DH most of the time. This year it has been serene in the Blue Jay's camp, and it can only benefit the team. Williams had no trouble with his pitchers last year (3.80 ERA), thanks to Dave Stieb (16-8), Duane Ward (9-3, 40 saves), Jimmy Key (12-5), and Jeff Musselman (8-5). Bell (24 homers, 97 ribbies), Jesse Barfield (18 HR_'s), Fred McGriff (34 HR's, 82 RBI's), and Kelly Gruber headed a Toronto club that smashed a league leading 158 roundtrippers. The only question right now is whether Bell's right knee will hinder his play this season. A healthy Bell and a team first attitude should be enough for Toronto to win this year. (2) Milwaukee Brewers. If the Brewers manage to stay healthy, Tom Tebelhorn_'s troops may surprise everyone. The Br...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

_Div John Kenneth Galbraith ¦ mi ¦¦him ¦ ¦¦¦¦in _inii¦¦¦ 111 i 1 Economies in Transition by Richard Martin with Richard Cain Assistant Editor World renowned economist Dr. John Kenneth Galbraith talked about his perspectives on world economics when he spoke here on Wednesday, April 5. His lecture was given to a packed Erie Hall and was broadcast live to 18 other Penn State campuses via a fiber optics linkup with University Park's satellite system. Galbraith, a native of nearby Ontario, Canada, is Professor Emeritus of Economics at Harvard University. Galbraith began his lecture by contrasting the economic structures of the United States and the Soviet Union. He believes that the two countries are in a transitional stage in that they are at opposite ends of the economic spectrum but are slowly moving towards each other. - - - - - Galbraith pointed out that in the past any steps towards communism were immediately condemned by the United States just as any movements toward capit...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

Vandals Inflict Serious Damage on Nearby Home by James Martin Collegian Editor James and Audrey Manges were awakened early this past Sunday morning by the sound of their household water pump running continuously. When they investigated, they found out why. The couple discovered a running garden hose had been placed inside their car. Upon further investigation, they found their home had been extensively vandalized. The Manges' house, located across the street from Behrend's Continuing Education offices, was apparently vandalized at approximately 1 am Sunday morning. Over 3 inches of water had accumulated inside their car, a 1985 Chrysler Lebaron_, according to Audrey Manges, who notes the car had to be towed away for repairs. _^ What was worse than the damage to the car, say the couple, was that a large quantify of green paint was splattered all over the front of their house as well as on their windows. Vandals also tore out between 90 and 100 shrubs, adds Mrs Manges. Other d...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

WPSE Has New Chief Frederick Anzivino has been hired to fill the newly-created position of Station Manger for Behrend_'s radio station WPSE. Anzivino, who has had over ten years experience in radio, will begin working Monday. Most recently, he has been managing a a radio station in Salem, Ohio. According to Dean of Student Services Chris Reber, work on the radio station is going well and an opening date of May 1 may be realistic. He also noted that the station will be looking for a number of student volunteers to help get the station off the ground this summer. Interested students have been asked to contact Ken Bunting.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

Legal Expert Talks About 'Beer Generation by Jennifer Rose Collegian Staff Writer Arthur R. Shuman, co-author of the new Pennsylvania underage drinking law, topped off Wcllness Awareness Week with his speech entitled "Underage Drinking - The New Law: What are Your Rights?" Shuman is the Philadelphia Deputy District Attorney and an Assistant Professor of Law at LaSallle University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Calling today's generation of young adults the "beer generation," Shuman said they have been raised on "Mom, apple pie, and beer. Kids today are programmed drinking machines. Kids are taught from day one that to be cool is to drink," he said. "While there has been negative campaigning against drugs and cigarettes, little has _hpp.n done to eomhat alcohol. though it has caused just as many deaths," Shuman said, noting that cigarette consumption in schools has dropped to 11 percent while drinking has increased to 72 percent. Statistically, young adults begins to. drink a...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

MAC Card Theft by Laura A. Weaver Collegian Staff Writer Someone used a stolen MAC card to make two $200 withdrawals from the MAC machine in the Reed Building. The card was stolen from a student on April 5. Several incidents of phone harassment have were reported to Police and Safety officials during the first week in April. On April 3 a student reported eight weeks of harassing phone calls. The student indicated that an exgirlfriend could be to blame. Another student complained of receiving annoying calls with "weird" noises on April 5. No one was injured in a minor News [ accident in the Nick parking lot on April 4. The accident occurred when a driver backed into another car. Also on April 4, several antennas of cars in the F lot were bent into triangles. A student attempted to steal a pizza delivery bag from a Domino's delivery person on April 9. The driver noticed the bag was missing when he returned to his car. The driver then noticed a student carrying the bag. The s...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

The Collegian Published weekly by the students of Behrend College, Erie Pa 16563 (814) 898-6488 Member of College Press Service Editor....James Martin Assistant Editor....Richard G. Cain News Editor....Maria Plaza Feature Editor....Rob Prindle Entertainment Editors....Nan Quatchak and Vail Welter Sports Editor....Todd J. Irwin Photo Editor....Marybeth Zawistoski Business Manager....Stan Lefes Computer Consultant....Tom Wilkinson Advisor....Nancy McGartland . The Collegian is a student-edited newspaper

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

PSU Tuition Hike The presidents of Temple and Penn State universities have announced they want to raise tuitions close to $200 in the 1989-90 school year without losing a state grant designed to keep education casts inchecte • --.- -Gov:Robert P_^Gasey: last month proposed rewarding public universities with a $100 grant per full-time Pennsylvania student if they kept their tuition increases under than $100. "We want to keep tuition down, but we have to fund our academic needs," Temple President Peter J. Liacouras said. Liacouris and Penn State President Bryce Jordan went before the House Appropriations Committee separately to advocate allowing universities to raise tuitions 6 percent to 7 percent and still receive the governor's "challenge grant." In his budget address last month, Casey said tuition increases at the state's public universities have been unacceptable, averaging 13 percenf in "each of the past 10 years. But Jordan said he thought the governor would be willing ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

F&od Interest Group The Food interest Group, part of a speech communications class assigned to make a positive change, includes (from left to- right) Steve Campbell, Jay Skrypzak, " *Ar Volgen arid Phil Giewont of Food and Housings-_^_erry • _^TJgJ_^t _^ _^ nd, Don Spear. Sue Edmonds is;"-also**part of_~:tbe- ~ gro,up. The group has been working" «_jio improveDobbins:±HaH..,J>y conducting interviews witfc stall 1 -5aod _Jstudents and circulating questionnaires: (photo : bj/ Marybeth Zawistoski)

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

Behrend Briefs Vote Students are encouraged to vole in the Sludeni Government elections today between 10 am and 4 pm outside the Wintergreen Cafe. Greek Step Show Competition The Association of Black Collegians will hold a Greek Step Competition from 9 pm to 2 am on April 14. Presque Isle Audobon Society All arc welcome to attend the Presque Isle Audobon Society's monthly meeting at Villa Maria College Lecture Hall at 7:30 pm on April 21. A lecture will focus on the PIAS's Conservation Committee. Fashion The Association of Black Collegians will hold their annual spring fashion show at 7 pm on April 22. Persons seeking more information should contact any club member. Health Center Hours Physician hours arc: Wednesday and Thursday, 1 pm-4 pm. Nurse practitioner hours are: Monday and Tuesday, 1 pm-10 pm; Wednesday and Thursday, 8 am-1 pm; Friday, 8 am-5 pm. The Health Center is open Monday through Thursday, 8 am-10 pm; Friday, 8 am-9 pm; Saturday, 9 am-1 pm. Counseling Personal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

Adopt-A-School Update by Dana A. Grudzien Collegian Staff Writer Students from seven different clubs at Penn State-Behrend have "adopted" Diehl Elementary School classes through the Adopt-A-School program. The program began in October with tours of the school by Behrend students and was followed by an official kick-off ceremony in November. In the latter part of December, students from both schools participated in seasonal activities, and in January, coaches Doug Zimmerman, Jenepher Banker and their teams presented a basketball demonstration, followed by classroom interaction in which the coaches and Behrend students stressed the importance of working hard at whatever you do. Behrend Police and Safety officer Todd Allen spoke to the children about general safety and dealing with strangers. During the month of January, the two schools also began a "Penn Pals" project in which the fourth and fifth graders exchange letters with Behrend students. The purpose is to help develop...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

Dartmouth Wins Racial Battle CPS" A _federal judge ruled March-23 that Dartmouth did not discriminate against-three while students. The students—Christopher Baldwin, John Sutter and John Quilhot— had charged Dartmouth President James Freedman was biased against them as with the people, and thus favored suspending them for their role in a February, 1988, confrontation with music Prof. William Cole. The three students were staffers of the Dartmouth Review, the first and most flamboyant of the conservative newspapers set up by a Washington, D.C., foundation on at least 34 campuses since 1980. After publishing several articles critical of Cole, a black man whom the Review had called "incompetent" and a "Brillohead," the three got in a fight with Cole outside his classroom. A campus disciplinary board found the three guilty of "harassing" Cole, and Dartmouth suspended them. In response, the. students, filed three suits. .. ' ... " , . . " . In the first one, decided in January, s...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

LOVE ROB George Bush Revisited by Rob Prindle "What has he done? "What the heck has he done. Rob, just tell me, what has he done since he took office?" Butch, I just don't know. You and I have been good friends for a long time and honest, I would tell you if I knew, but I just can't remember anything. "Yeah, that's jusfwhat I'm talking about. I think that America has post election amnesia or something. He wanted to be the 'education president'. He wanted to be 'Bush the environmentalist', he wanted to be witness to "a thousand points of light' but what has he done?" Well, first I should point out that it was Bush's speech writer, a pretty little conservative named Peggy Noonan, and not Bush himself who started that thousand points of light garbage. She took it from a novel by Thomas Wolfe. But you're right, I have no Idea what happened to that hyped-up hand-shaking, get out and kiss some butt, kick some babies George that won so many votes in the fall. I personally think that ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

Opinion Death of a Friend It never seems fair Pete s Perspective by Pete Weichlein If there actually is a God, then he must have lost all interest in what's going on down here. Either that, or he is a sick, perverted, practical joker. If he does exist, then I'm mad at him for killing Brian. I didn't know Brian that well. I just knew him, everybody knew him. He was a freshman in my high school back in Jersey the year I graduated. His father was my economics teacher, the nicest guy I've ever met. Brian was the toughest kid in my school. Everybody respected him, nobody would screw with Brian. Brian was a victim of the degenerative disease known as Muscular Dystrophy. I've never seen him walk, few people have; he spent the major portion of his life in a wheelchair. Usually I'm not one to spread sob-stories, hoping for a few tears here and there. Passion among healthy people is so rare these days. It's just so damn unfair_. You see the major problem I'm having with Brian's deat...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 12 April 1989

Letter To The Editor Reader Asks Many Questions Dear editor, What is really being taught in colleges? What is the purpose of a humanities department? Is the welfare problem discussed as economics? So co llege graduates care about a better world realistically or are they idealistically cold? Are colleges providing a sterile and unrealistic bias in students that promotes hatred and "educated ignorance?" Do colleges provide good teachers, experts in their fields, or is a survival of the fittest philosophy promoted? And, is it ONLY a matter of survival of the fittest, or is it a sadistic philosophy of taking a deranged "pleasure" in exploiting the weaknesses of others? If the planet consisted of only god-like humans, would the world be any better off? There will always be needy people, we're told, but the gap between the needy and the greedy is too wide. Who would be the scape goats of the idealistic generation, bred through prejudice, if there were no poor, no minorities, no lo...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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