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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 9 October 1986

OCTOBER 9,1986 Collegian PAGE 6 Found money makes cents at Behrend by Sac Holmes CoBcgtaa Sports Editor Besides bringing to Benrend her great coaching ability, Head Women's Basketball Coach Karin Sobotta brings great ideas. One of Sobotta's ideas is the Found Money Fund. Sobotta earned headlines with her great basketball and tennis play at the University of Idaho, but she was also playing an active part in ensuring the continued success of the unique Found Money Fund. The fund was a co-founded at the University of Idaho in 1980 by Terry Armstrong, who is the presidents executive assistant and Carol Yenni_, Law College Admissions Assistant. According to Sobotta, "The fund was originally started as just a fun thing on campus and now it exceeds $6000 and is increasing by about $100 per month.". A story appeared in "USA Today" and gained the University of Idaho national attention. As a result of the publicity, Armstrong was asked to appear on the NBC game show, "Fantasy", to t...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 9 October 1986

Ladies team a tough competitor byAadySeacta _CoUegtaa Staff Writer The 1986 Womens' Volleyball Team has amassed an 8-12 record this season. The record may be misleading as it _dqes not show the quality teams the Lady Cubs have played. Coach Jan Wilson stressed the fact, "We have forfeitted our record to play against some nationally ranked teams so far." The Lady Cubs have played such big named volleyball squads as Oxidonal University, Calrin University, who's ranked third nationally in Division 3 play, and the Ohio Northern University also ranked in the top 20. On September 23, the team went to play the University of Buffalo and Baldwin Wallace at Buffalo. Wilson's squad dropped the first match 15-15, and 15-11 to the Buffalo squad, and then dropped two more to Baldwin Wallace 15-0 and 15-7. The Behrend club then travelled to Lake Erie College where they posted a victory. Behind the 11 spikes by Sue Holmes and numerous serving aces of Beth Beres, the Lady Cubs won by scores ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 9 October 1986

Unexpected loss for Soccer team by Angela Papeleo Collegian Staff Writer On Saturday, September 27 the Penn State Behrend Mens' Varsity Soccer Team experienced an unusual and unexpeced loss to Walsh College. This places their current record at 2-3-1. The game got off to a slow start fot the Cubs. "We played much better the second half than we did the first", says captain Todd Lindenmuth. It is perhaps what some might call a freak accident that the other team won. When speaking with freshman goalie Mark Yingling, he said is was just a mistake. "I came out of the coal to assist team member Jay Varcoe. I told him to pass it back to me, but it was too far over for me to get, so it slid right in". This occurrence resulted in the only goal of the game, leaving the final score at 1-0. "We definitely outplayed them", said Todd. The junior captain predicts the team will begin to do really well from now on. "We all play well together and get along fine." Coach Lauffer took the loss ve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 9 October 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 9 October 1986

Athletic Department gets new secretary by Sue Holmes Collegian Sports Writer On May 8 Penn State Behrend added a new secretary to its athletic department with the hiring of Marcia Jensen. Marcia replaces Julie Espin who had been secretary for years. Marcia gratuated from Erie Business Center and she worked at Mecyhurst College for the past one and a half years before coming to Behrend. Marcia is married and has two children, Brian 15 and Becky 13. Her husband is a drag-racer in his spare time and Marcia enjoys travelling around the country with him. Over the summer, they have travelled to Florida and he is currently at nationals in Texas. Some of her ' other hobbies include camping and reading. Marcia and her family live in Wesleyville. When asked what she likes most about Behrend, she replied, "The Behrend Campus is very beautiful and there are many things to do here if you like the outdoors."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 9 October 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 9 October 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 9 October 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 9 October 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

Behrend accreditation reviewed by Barb Byers Collegian Staff Writer Phillip Brach, Dean of the College of Physical Sciences, Engineering and Technology at the University of the District of _Columbis made an accreditation visit here ai Behrend on October 13. As members of the Middle States evaluation team, they reviewed Behrend_'s 1986 strategic plan in order to assess the college's eligibility for accreditation. Accreditation is a periodic evaluation of colleges and universities by an evaluation team, such as the Middle States team that evaluated Behrend. It is a "...peer review process and a self-governing process," Brach said: The evaluation teams are made up of faculty andr staff members from other colleges and universities. Accreditation is done "essentialy ...to improve the quality of education. We are always striving for excellence, and if you (an insitution) want to be good, you have to be striving to do better.". The accreditation process is important in that the decis...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

RUB desk robbed by Jack Homer Collegian Editor Approximately six hundred dollars was stolen from the RUB desk on Sunday, Oct. 19. The thiefs were two males, allegedly armed with a knife. The theft took place at around 8:45 p.m. while RUB desk employee, Chris Rapach, was on duty. "I was rolling dimes when they both came around the corner," said Rapach. One of the men came up to the cash register while the other positioned himself at the entry door to the RUB desk. When Rapach asked if he could help them, the man closest to him said that he wanted the money in the register. At first, Rapach thought he was kidding, but then the man grabbed Rapach over the counter and informed him that he was serious. ' The man positioned by the door entered the RUB desk area and told Rapach to put the money into one of the currency bags that Rapach Sad been putting rolled coins in. When his partner was behind the desk, the man in front of the desk revealed an eight inch knife and said that no o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

New meal plan saves students money and time by Holly Lew Collegian Staff Writer A La Board, Penn State's multioption meal plan, new this semester to the eight campuses with food services, offers a point system to students who do not wish to use cash when buying meals from these services. This new meal plan, implemented by Housing and Food Services at University Park, replaces the "antiquated" 21-Meal plan. The base cost of $510.00 per semester covers the "...labor, overhead, deck service —everything with the exception of food costs." said Mike Ryan, manager of Housing and Food Services at Behrend. Student I.D.'s, encoded with magnetic strips which are difficult to damage, serve as meal passes. With each transaction, the student's account balance is displayed on a computerized register. "Basically it'sa cash card where you establish an account with us," Ryan said. "As you use it, cash is taken out of your account at a penny a point. The advantage to that is not having to have...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

Dean Lilley targets excellence as CAD's goal University Relations— Dr. John M. Lilley, provost and dean of the Behrend College, is chairing the Council of Academic Deans (CADS) during the 1986-87 academic year. ' "We're looking at major policy questions from an all-university perspective," said Dr. Lilley. ' ¦ 'Discussions have been stimulating, and I believe they are helping to. move the university forward."j Among the issues addressed by the council so far have been preparations for the Middle States accreditation visit, the master plan for the physical development of University Park, and the examination of undergraduate education. In late September, the recommendations from the council's subcommittee on undergraduate studies were the subject of a workshop on undergraduate education led by Dr. Carol Cartwright, dean of undergraduate programs and vice provost of the University. CADS members include tru deans of the colleges and schools headquartered at University Park, the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

by Michele Miller Collegian Staff Writer Erie Daily Times City Editor Tony Zona addressed Dr. Bob DiNicola's media writing class or Oct. 15. He discussed the day-today operations of the Times in an attempt to familiarize future journalises :.vith_;the deroands of the newspaper world. Following the class, Zona met with the Collegian editors and reporters to discuss problems and possible improvements of Behrend's student newspaper. "The most important part (of being editor) is to make sure that reporters and editors are very objective in what they're reporting, and accurate and thourough," Zona said. That protects the paper from any libel action because of irresponsible reporting, and it protects the reader in that, hopefully_. City Editor gives advice he can trust (the newspaper). ¦ of ths was the Challenger event,' "There is nobody who licenses sald Zona - The first edition of ths journalists; there's nobody who paper had _aJready been printec tells us how we have to act " he ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

Blood drive planned by Lisa Hahn Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend Blood Drive will be held on November 5th and 6th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Reed TV lounge. It is sponsored by the Residence Assistants with the Erie Community Blood Bank providing all of the necessary equipment. They will also have sweet stuff for after the blood is taken to give the donors back their energy. Behrend held the first mass blood drive two years ago and it has been a sucess so far. Hopefully this year will be even better. Last year an incentive called the Blood Drive Competition was started to try and raise the number of people donating blood to support the school. Behrend, along with- Gannon University, Mercyhurst College, and Villa Maria College all competed against each other to try and win the trophy. The school with the highest percentage of donors wins and last year Behrend won. Behrend College, 85-86, was engraved in the trophy and Behrend has held this trophy for one year. Now it is tim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

Letter to the editor Dear Editor: 1 am writing in reference to the article in the Oct. 9 issue of the Collegian entitled "Cub Yearbook Put On The Shelf" by Barbara Byers. 1 am, as noted in the article, one of the ads people for last year's Cub Yearbook. I find the remark "The yearbook's failure was due to lack of interest specifically with the two ads people," questionable. Beth Anderson, Cub Yearbook editor, Pam Dunlap, the other ads person, and myself were roommates last year. In my opinion, when a person takes on the responsibility of Editor, some time and effort need to be put aside for organization. There were many times when appointments had to be cancelled, and questions went unanswered. Also, group pictures, specifically the apartment photographs, were taken by myself with a KODAK 110, simply because the yearbook photographers were not informed and the editor was home for the weekend. The actual amount of work that was done by Pam and myself went unrecognized. Soliciti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

New meal plan University Park data base—just because of the sophistication of our communications line, the T-l (carrier), and the main frame that will be arriving sometime this fall," said Ryan. Until then, "it is possible for a student to purchase a ticket here using their points to allow them into a dining hall at U.P.," he added. Meal passes cannot be used at the Wintergreen Cafe between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Since the Cafe is closer to the academic area, resident students would be tempted to eat there rather than the dinning continued from page .1 hall, forcing out commuter students. "We have to meet the need of our commuter students," said Ryan. Commuter students comprise about 2_Vi of the students enrollment here. Ryan stressed that if a meal pass is lost or stolen, it should be reported to Housing and Food 'Services immediately so the card can be deactivated through _* ,the computer. Pamphlets providing further information are available at the' Office of Housing and Food...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

by Matt Farkus ICC President After two meetings, the Inter-Club Council (ICC) has had increased club -representation. The first meeting yielded ten club representatives, and the second meeting yielded seventeen. The ICC would like to thank those clubs and their representatives for their support, and for the clubs who did not send a representative (you know who you are), please send a representative to the next ICC meeting on tuesday. The ICC would also like to report that it has two ambitious nominees for the positions of Secretary and Treasurer. They are Corie Freed and Michelle Green "Club Hour" and upcoming ICC sponsored workshops. For more details on these and other topics discussed, please attend the next ICC meeting. Inter-Club Council holds their meetings regularly on _Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m. in the Reed Building in room 116. The next meeting is October 21, 1986. wood, respectively. The formal vote for their position will take place at the next ICC meeting. Also, the...

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