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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 19 April 1989
Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 19 April 1989

The Lions Trevor Johnson took a tough loss The Lions Darin Wotus belted two doubles on the mound against Gannon and a homerun against West Virginia-Weslyan. Rough Cut On The Diamond by Michael A. Cifelli Collegian Staff Writer The Lions baseball squad might have better luck if they played more teams in the east. "We haven't beaten a team west of us," Coach Mike Bari pointed out. Behrend is the would-be Beast of the East, its the western competition that gives the Lions the most trouble That's one explanation for the Lion's dismal 1-16 mark. Their lone victory came against SUNYFredonia, the only school longitudinally east of Penn State-Behrend. As scheduling has it, that could mean a long season for Bari_'s Lions. The majority of their opponents are "west" schools. Another difficulty for the Behrend nine has been NAIA and Division II opponents; they are 0-14 against them. The Lions are 1-2 against division III schools. The difficulties continued last week as the Lions were ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 19 April 1989

Lady Mom On A;_£f _eai by John Musser Collegian Staff Writer , The Behrend Lady Lions Softball team ran their record to 8-2 with doubleheader sweeps of Thiel College said Gannon University during the past week.' _, On Sunday, the Lady Lions ripped Thiel in the opener with 11 runs on nine hits as they scored in every inning but one. Tammy Altsman and Jen Mowris stroked two hits apiece to lead the Lady Lion offensive outburst Erika Renwick tossed a three-hitter as she won her fifth consecutive decision. The second game came down to Behrend's last at bat, with Lisa Butch coming through with the game-winning hit, giving her two hits for the game as the Lady Lions pulled out a 4-3 victory. Also collecting two hits were'Melanie Dunn and Teresa Sumner. Beth Balizet got the win, bat was touched up for three runs despite only yielding three hits. ' ¦ _s ' . ' Last Thursday, at Scott Park,, the Lady Lions took two from Gannon with identical 8-5 scores despite being _oathtt in both gam...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 19 April 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 19 April 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Erie Man Killed In Gorge Tragedy at Devil's Backbone A 22 year-old Erie man was killed Sunday night when he fell from Devil's Backbone in the Wintergreen Gorge near campus . John H. Morton of East 25th Street was kicking rocks over the edge of Ihe sheer cliff when he apparently lost his footing falling approximately 200 feet to his death. Morton had been hiking with a companion at the time of the incident, which occurred at approxinmately 5 pm. Behrend police officer Chip Sanders and Collegian photographer Jeff Majcher were two of the first people on the scene. Both concur that a family who was picnicking along the top of the Gorge ignored repeated pleas for help. "They just didn't take us seriously," said Sanders. - Sanders reports that Morton's friend apparently ran to the bottom of the shale cliff and checked on Morton 's condition before running to Behrend's apartment complex to report the incident. While Morton's companion reports he spoke with him after the fall, E...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Enrollment Reaches Record Levels by Cindy Craig Collegian Staff Writer We are at the limit," said college registrar Robert Schenker of Behrend' s growing enrollment. A record 2,707 students enrolled for this semester, a 5.4 percent increase over last spring 's enrollment of 2,568. Optimal enrollment at Behrend is 2,500 students. Ideally, the administration would like to reduce enrollment to 2500 while retaining an equal number of juniors and seniors versus freshmen and sophomores. Since underclassmen presently outnumber the upperclassmen, the number of entering freshmen is being cut back. To achieve this, the admission requirements for first year students are increasing and will continue to increase. "Right now, a student sitting in a high school senior class ... may need the ability to predict a 3.0 grade point average to be admitted to Behrend," Schenker said. The admissions office is also being very selective about which provisional students are admitted. While overall enro...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Schlesinger Predicts Liberalism by Maria Plaza Collegian News Editor .Historian and Pulitzer prize winning writer Arthui Schlesinger, Jr. predicted a turr towards liberalism in the 1990's and questioned the practicality oi Bush's "Thousand Points ol Light" before about 300 people in Erie Hall on Thursday, April 20. Schlesinger's -lecture, "The Shape of American Politics tc Come," was the final feature of Behrend's 1988-89 Speakex Series. Public vs. Private Schlesinger described a 30-year cycle between concern fox public interests and private interests. Concern for the public good and active government, he said, peaked under Theodore Roosevelt's administration during the century's first decade, Franklin Roosevelt's in the '30s _rnd '40s, and John Kennedy's in Lhe '60s. The focus was on private interests and a small government role during the presidencies of William McKinley at the turn of the ;entury, Harding and Coolidge in lie '20s, Eisenhower during the 50s, and Reagan in the '8...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Police Investigate Incidents by Laura A. Weaver Collegian Staff Writer i wo traffic accidents near Behrend were reported on April 23. In the first, a vehicle was found laying upside down on Jordan Road. It is not known how the car was flipped, but apparently no one was injured. Later that day, a car leaving Behrend collided with a car traveling on Station Road. No injuries were reported. Vehicles parked along Station Road during a softball game reportedly blocked one driver's view. The Pennsylvania State Police are investigating.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

inside Research P. 2 Letters P. 5 Cats in Erie P. 7 RoadhoQse review P. 8 Fast Food P. 10 NBA Playoffs P. 11 The liberal Mr. Schlesinger listens to the rebuttal of an offended audience member. Schlesinger, former assistant to John F. Kennedy, discussed the nation's trend toward liberalism last Thursday in Erie Hall. (photo by M. Zawistoski)

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

News Schlesinger...from Page 1 predicting that the time of John F. Kennedy's generation and liberalization will arrive in the '90s. That period should continue until the generation who "cut their teeth in Reaganism" matures. According to Schlesinger, the cycle is self-generating and independent. He noted that it doesn 't even correlate with economic cycles. Shift from one period to another occurs because a particular course may solve many problems but can't meet new ones and because "the longer people stay in government, the more likely they are to make mistakes," Schlesinger said. Schlesinger explained that people turn toward public concerns when they tire of the materialism and hedonism promoted by periods of private interest. Neglected problems also add up, causing people to look for solutions as well as meaning in life. This leads to emphasis on the public good over private interest and a more active government People eventually want a rest from strong government, howe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Students _Present Research At Edinboro Psychology Conference Three Behrend students gave research presentations at the 17th annual Western Pennsylvania Undergraduate Psychology Conference at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania on Saturday, April 22. The conference featured 48 presentations by students from 14 colleges and universities. Behrend is one of the founders of the conference. According to Dr. Carl Kallgren_, associate professor of psychology at Behrend, students' work must be approved by their school's faculty and a review board before being presented to the conference. Kallgren chaired a session on social/clinical psychology. Ellen Goldberg presented her research on "Others' Ratings of Suicidal Clients as a Function of Clients' Age and Race" in the Clinical Psychology session. Goldberg's experiment tested the hypothesis that there are biases against elderly and minority suicidal clients as opposed to young and Caucasian clients. She found no bias against minority p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Behrend First In Blood Drive Penn State-Behrend's Tau Kappa Epsilon and Alpha Sigma Alpha chapters were out for blood when they led students, faculty and staff in the battle to win the Erie Blood Bank's 1988-89 Greater Erie Collegiate Blood Drive Competition. And their efforts paid off. Penn State-Behrend topped the total-donations list and received the winner's trophy from Kathy Crippen of the Erie Blood Bank during ceremonies on Thursday, April 6 in the Glennhill Farmhouse. The award presentation and the drive in the Winter Garden on April 5 and 6 coincided with Behrend's Wellness Awareness Week. Together, Erie's four colleges collected 348 units of blood during the competition. Of those units, 5 percent-came from Penn State-Behrend, 3.8 percent from Gannon and 3.6 percent from Mercyhurst. Villa Maria the winner of the competition for the past two years, came in at 3.3 percent. Jim Taylor, treasurer of Behrend's TKE chapter, and Patty McMahon, nurse practitioner and member of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Awards Convocation Joann Gelwicks presented the Benjamin A: Lane Outstanding Service Award to Marge Wizikowski, RUB Desk manager, last Sunday at Behrend's 28th annual Honors and Awards Ceremony. Over 250 awards and scholarships were presented to Behrend faculty, staff and students during the ceremony in Erie Hall. (photo by Marybeth Zawistoski)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Tempus On Sale Tempus, Behrend's literary magazine will remain on sale today beginning at noon outside of the library. Tempus contains a variety of selected works of fiction, poetry and essays submitted by Behrend students. The cost of the annual magazine is $2.00.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Behrend Briefs Comedy Night Lambda Sigma and the Joint Residence Council are sponsoring an amatuer comedy night on Thursday, April 27 at 8 pm in Reed 117. Admission is free. ,-. Smoking/Nonsmoking There will be a program tc dicsuss the new no smoking policy on Thursday, April 27 in the Niagra Hall Lobby at 8 pm. Radio Anyone interested in joining WPSE staff who missed the organizational meeting can still join by contacting Ken Bunting at 6318. Work Study Applications for summer work study are available in the Financial Aid Office, 221 Glennhill Farmhouse Apply now. Hispanic Scholarship Applications for scholarships from the National Hispanic Scholarship Fund are available by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Selection Committee, National Hispanic Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 748, San Francisco, Ca 94101 UP Housing Contract Request Cards for temporary space in the Residence Halls at University Park are available on a firstcome, first serve basis, for more information...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

ROTC Cadets Participate in Orientation Exercises Twenty-eight ROTC cadets embarked on an orientation trip to Fort Indiantown Gap (FIG) on the afternoon of Friday, April 7. FIG weekend is used to acquaint cadets with Army life and train them not only in things such as land navigation and M-16 rifle firing, but also in leadership. All Penn State campuses with ROTC programs attend this yearly event. After an eight hour drive, the junior cadets put on their ruck sacks and went to the begin a weekend of tactical training to prepare them for summer camp. The freshman and sophomore cadets got their duffels and were taken to barracks. They put on their Battle Dress Uniforms (BDUs) and went to pick up one Army Meal Ready to Eat (MRE), and get linens to make up their bunks. The cadets were given classes on night land navigation, the assembly and disassembly of the M-16, and firing techniques for this weapon. Cadets were taken into the field, put into pairs, and given a map and compa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

On-Campus Protestant Worship Services Begin On-campus Protestant worship services began on April 2 and will continue through the month of April and into future semesters. Services will be held each Sunday from 3-4 pm in the Reed 117. The services are sponsored by Behrend Campus Ministry. "We have been working out the details for these services since 1987 fall semester," said Campus Ministry Board President Pastor Ray Sines. "Rev. Ronald Garrett, Pastor of the Messiah Lutheran Church and Campus Ministry Board Treasurer, and I began with a Protestant worship survey to see how many Behrend students would be interested in an oncampus service." All the Protestant pastors on the Campus Ministry Board have volunteered to conduct the services on a rotational basis. These ministers are Rev. Charles Case, Pastor of Wesleyvillc Baptist Church; Rev. Ronald Garrett, Pastor of Messiah Lutheran Church (Wesleyville); Rev. Ray Sines, Pastor or the Erie Church of God (Brown Ave.); and Rev. Ge...

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