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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Services for Students "The Story of Eric" Open to all interested students, male and female, a meeting of the Behrend Faculty Women and Wives Association will feature a discussion of educated childbirth. The meetingon Monday Nov. 6 at 8:45 p.m. in the Reed Union Building Lecture Hall, is being held by the Childhood Education Association of Erie. The night's program will explain what educated childbirth is and why it is essential to anyone planning to have children. A film, "The Story of Eric" will be shown, exemplifying the father's roll in labor, physical exercises, and breath control, while the couple is "infanticipating." After the movie, an informal discussion of the topic is planned and refreshment will follow. If you have any questions on the program, contact Mrs. Mickey Sims, 899-8166. Babysitting Service Attempts are being made to install a service on campus that will help both faculty and students. Cynthia Krishna, Student Affairs, is trying to initiate a babysitting...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Book Review By Ed Doklan Seeing Through Shuck edited by Richard Kostelanetz. 343 pages. Ballantine $1.65. Seeing Through Shuck is an anthology of the works of some of America's finest young reporters. Kostelanetz, a veteran of three other edited anthologies, has collected essays from such prominent young writers as Abbie Hoffman, Ron Rosenbaum, David Durk, Julie Buamgold, Ishmael Reed, Michael Glenn and Paul Theroux. It's muckracking reyisited as these 25 young writers attack everything from the Playboy mystique to police corruption and food-pollution. If you're into critical essays, Seeing Through Shuck is the most modern and up-to-date book of it s type. Kostelanetz calls the writing in this anthology "...direct, tough-minded, and avowedly challenging...", and that's exactly what it is. If you've noticed a trend in the American society for a disparity between what is said and what is eventually done try looking at what really happens and try looking at what really happens and st...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 2 November 1972

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 9 November 1972

JRC Presents Future Plans On Student Dorm Visitation Compressed Expression The Joint Resident Committee of the Behrend Campus held its weekly meeting, Thursday, Nov. 2, with a slightly different twist. Resident Assistants were invited to attend the meeting and discuss with JRC the roles of both organizations. Co-chairman Michael Chiricuzio opened the meeting by explaining the reasons for the failure of the 24 hour weekend visitation proposal. Chiricuzio explained that he and fellow cochairman Ed Neuburger had paid a visit to Mr. Kochel who stated his opposition to the proposal for various logical reasons. Mr. Kochel predicted that if 24 hour visitation were established there could possibly be an increase in the crime rate on campus coupled with a definite loss of privacy. Mr. Kochel based his viewpoints on observations from other campuses with 24 hour visitation. Some of the other more obvious effects would be an increase in the cost of security and night assistants. Mike ...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 9 November 1972

SGA Decides To Concentrate On Behrend Academic issues Refrigerators Cool RUB Grill Dealing with matters ranging from financial concerns to student services, the regular weekly meeting of the Behrend Student Government Association met Monday, Nov. 6. Members voted their priorities from a list of some twenty courses for what subjects and teachers Behrend needs to expand. SGA wants to voice its feelings more strongly on the Academic Planning Committee of Behrend, as its decisions directly involve the students' academic interests. A budget request,for expenses from the Cheerleading squad was presented, but put aside for further investigation before an allocation will be made. Two promising possibilities were opened up after that. Under the Student Services committee, more bus transportation to and from Erie on Sundays was proposed. There are only two buses serving Behrend on Sundays. Along the lines of student services, a commuter council was mentioned as a- way to involve the o...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 9 November 1972

Erie Awards Banquet By Harold Key Saturday evening, Nov. 4, Erie was host to the Honorable Shirley Chisholm, Congresswoman from New York City, at the Second Annual Community Involvement Awards Banquet sponsored by Bayfront N.A.T.O. The affair, which was held at the Martin Luther King Center, was a sellout. Tickets sold for $6.50. Some of the noteable guests present included Rev. Paul P. Martin, Executive Director of O.I.C., James Wade, Deputy Secretary, Department of Community Affairs, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Congressman Joseph Vigorito and Mayor and Mrs. Louis J. Tullio. An official welcome to Congress woman Chisholm was given by Mayor Tullio and official citations from Erie County and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania were presented by Louis J. Rzymek arid James Wade. Congresswoman Chisholm, who gained national attention when she became the first Black woman to seriously run for the presidency of the United States, gave a thirty minute address entitled "Planning With ...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 9 November 1972

Do Students Choose Priorities ? By Margie Campbell Due to the activities going on at Behrend and the surrounding areas (Which do go on if you want to do something) one is obliged to make many decisions regarding one's priorities towards studying and leisure activities. For example, the other day I was talking to someone who was trying to decide whether to study for a Spanish midterm or go to the Yes Concert. His process of rationalization was "I know I should study for the Spanish midterm, because I want to get a good grade-not just a decent grade. But I really want to see Yes." Taking into consideration basic needs such as sleep and eatinghe was still contemplating a decision when I left. But this exemplifies the question of priorities. How many of us have put a project off, only to do it the night before it is due? Having attended many activities on and off campus and not seeing many familar faces from Behrend, I wonder, did most everyone choose to do their studying? However...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 9 November 1972

etters to the Editor Much has been said repeatedly about "student apathy" this, and "student apathy" that. All these labels being attached by "responsible" people, people who work long and hard on "worthwhile" projects. I feel that it is about time that someone took an objective look at just what these worthwhile projects are. The JRC is pushing hard for 24 hour visitation extensions, now the dorm students are all in favor of achieving that goal, but the SGA will not take any constructive steps to aid the JRC in this endeavor. Why? Because the SGA feels that they have more important issues which have to be dealt with. Such as setting judi cial machinations which will help the students become involved in Behrend. The JRC wants the students to get over their "apathy" by becoming involved in dorm reform, and the SGA wants the students to be "unapathetic" by becoming involved in student politics. Both organizations are trying to achieve the same purpose, student involvement, but...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 9 November 1972

"'"limnm _» w—Student Rights This year Penn State is operating under a new discipline system, which is designed to involve faculty, administration, and students in matters of conduct. The Behrend Campus Policy Committee was established in conjunction with this new system. Its purpose is to establish local rules as needed at Behrend and to recommend improvements and revisions of the discipline system and the Code of Conduct. The Policy Committee held its first meeting during common hour on Oct. 31. Members are: Dean Lane, Dr. Tucker, Mr. HoverJohn Johnston and Pam Babcock. Rule no. 2 in the Code of Conduct was discussed (violations of local, state, or federal law on University property, or off campus when such violation of the law has an adverse effect upon the University or upon individual members of the University Community). It was discovered that double jeopardy does exist as a legally supported decision. A suggestion was made to modify Rule no. 2 by clarifying it with st...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 9 November 1972

Idirenit _Colleaiatt Member of 3_ty? Press _Assiiriatum of (Hamnummtaltif _(_EampuBfs Beckie LaPlante Lynne Phillips Editor-in-chief Managing Editor Staff: Jim Benner_, Gary Schonthaler, Ed Doklan_, Paulin Jackson, Lynne Phillips, Debbie Kuseck, Margie Campbell, La mar Mclntosh, Jeff Holland. Sport Staff: Dave Lojewski, Bill Neely. Layout: Roy Hertweck, Suzanne Walker, Nancy Lindholm, Debbie Kuseck. Typists: Ginny Fletcher, Dede Krasa, Linda Johnson, Sue Williams . Ad Staff: Linda Moses, Sue _Goidberg Business Staff: Sandor Vargyai, Henry Fox Circulation Manager: Susan Sammons Photographer: John Reeves Mailing Address- Behrend Campus, Station Road, Erie, Pa. 16510 Office- Student Offices, Reed Union Building Office Hours: 9:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday Phone:899-310 Ext.238. Opinions expressed by the editors and staff of the Behrend Collegian are not necessarily those of the University Administration, faculty, or the student body. Published every Thursday through...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 9 November 1972

Editorial Policy The editorials appearing in this newspaper will be opinionated and therefore subject to criticism. All letters that are typewritten of 200 words or less, and submitted to the newspaper staff will be printed with the exception of those that are repetitions or in poor taste. The staff reserves the right to correct or delete portions of all letters for publication purposes. All letters must be signed, but names will be withheld upon request. Term standing, major, and hometown must be included. Signed columns represent the view of the author only and do not reflect the Editorial policy of the) Behrend Collegian.

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 9 November 1972
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 9 November 1972

The Outdoors Information Center by Vic Kopnitsky There is still too much vegetation in the woods for hunting. A little snow would help break down the briars and golden rod patches in order for the hunters to see the game a little better. This is especially true for the rabbit and pheasant hunters. There is still a great deal of dead leaves on the trees which makes the grouse and turkey hunting next to impossible. Some good frosts would remedy this situation. The duck and geese hunting should improve very soon if the weather gets a little worse. Although the lakes and marshes of northern Canada are frozen solid the weather to the south has been mild so far; this has slowed up the southward migrations. This is demonstrated by the abundance of teal in the area; these ducks are usually early migraters. The late flocks of mallards have not reached this area. The salmon and trout fishing in the lake was pretty good last weekend because of the small swells on the lake. The best met...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 9 November 1972

Student Cases Being Heard The Student Standards Board meets every week on Wednesday evening in the Memorial room in the main building. It hears cases concerning violations of local rules and traffic appeals. Members serving on the board were selected by Mr. Kochel_, Director, from a group nominated by students. Serving as chairman is John Johnston. Other members include Sandor Vargyai, John Fiorenzo, Jan Fulton, Nancy Smith, Mitchell Schwartz, and Jeff Tate. The University Branch Policy Committee's first meeting was held Tuesday in the Memorial room. The role of the Policy Committee is to establish local rules as needed and to recommend improvements and revisions of present rules. Members are Benjamin Lane, Dean of Student Affairs, John Johnston, chairman of Student Standards Board, and William Hover, Chairman of the Hearing Board. The student appointed by the committee of Student Affairs is Pam Babcock. Eva Tucker, Jr., chairman of the Committee on Student Affairs presides ...

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Collegian — 9 November 1972

Miscellaneous Services The freshman class has established several committees for fund raising and promoting activities on campus. Fred Mayer, class president, hopes to unify the class by holding several meetings a term. For all those freshmen interested in helping with class projects, there will be a meeting of the freshman class, Thursday, November 16 inBehrend 101. The Language Lab will open from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. daily for weekly language students. Students wishing to utilize the facility at any other time should make the necessary arrangements with Mr. Doyle in B-119. Mr. Doyle stated a graphic and film preview room has also been set up in the cage area adjacent to B-101. Interesting summer job opportunities are available. These jobs are from all over the country. Some jobs involve working for large research companies such as Argon and Eastman Kodak. Student Affairs will supply further information to anyone interested.

Publication Title: Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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