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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 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 Weiier Sports Editor....Todd J. Irwin Assistant Sports Editor....John Musser Photo Editor....Marybeth Zawistoski Business Manager....Stan Lefes Computer Consultant....Tom Wilkinson Advisor....Nancy McGartiand The Collegian is a student-edited newspaper

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

LOVE ROB Farrakhan And Tehran by Rob Prindle "Look at Jerry Falwell and Louis Farrakhan They both talk religion and the brotherhood of man. They both sound like they belong in Tehran." - Lou Reed. Yeah, that fun loving Nation of Islam leader is at it again. The Black activist has really said some funny things lately. Before I go any further I wold like to remind everyone that Mr. Farrakhan was a calypso singer before he turned into a black leader. I'm not sure what that says about the man, but it is rather amusing. Also, before anyone calls me a racist for picking on this public figure, please refer to the President Bush column published two weeks ago. So, bow-tie clad with his hands clapping at his own words, Farrakhan certainly left a strange impression on the country as he spoke at the African American Summit '89. I will hit the highlights of his speech. ?Abraham Lincoln, according to the outspoken Farrakhan, was a white supremacist This may be true, but I do tend to questi...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Pete's Perspective These are your years. Here's your chance. Four years of complete freedom to find out who you really are and what you really want out of life. Freedom to live, not just party. Freedom to grow up. Freedom to drop the high school attitudes and mature into real human beings. Freedom to discover and explore. And left and right I see people ignoring what I consider the most important part of college. Left and right my peers sacrifice their shot at living so they have more time for competing with each other, for beating each other to the top five percent, for getting the job that pays more. Remember Justin and Tom. For the better part of a week Penn State-Behrend was passionate and then it was back to business as usual. Or the big fight against the smoking policy. Megaphones and smoke-ins, outrages students and apologetic administrators. A couple of days of Kent State and that was it We didn't want to fall back too far in our studies. Or here's a beauty. My much lo...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Opinion Pete Says Goodbye To Behrend by Pete Weichlein Collegian Staff Writer Editor's Note: This will be The Collegian's last Pete's Perspective. Pete will transfer next semester to University Park. We wish him all the best. Two years at Penn State-Behrend have come to an end, and if anybody was to ask me for a parting remark it would be: " Hey everyone, start living, get involved, do something other than drinking and studying!" Granted this is the eighties and in our day and age society punishes those who take life easy and not completely seriously. But we're in college and life is supposed to be wild and crazy and we're supposed to find ourselves and make all these weird discoveries about our personalities and all I see is people running around like little machines in pursuit of the big 4.0. were purposeless letters filled with threats and profanities. He dared to accuse but was perceived to have offended. Our overconservative Behrend society reacted in true eighties st...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Editorial Saying Goodbye We've done it With only a few days remaining in the semester, The Collegian staff can wipe it's collective brows and look back on this year with some pride. It wasn't an easy semester for us. It seems we ran up against more than a few obstacles, but for the first time in its history, The Collegian has become a weekly newspaper. It was a lot of hard work and were it not for a hardworking, enthusiastic staff, it wouldn't have been possible. Becoming a weekly newspaper meant a lot more hard work for a lot of people, who were willing to surrender large blocks of time to work on the newspaper. , Unfortunately, the time has come for us to say goodbye to some of the people who made it all possible -some people whom we will miss very much. Nancy McGartland, who has served as The Collegian's advisor for the past two years, will be leaving in the fall. We've appreciatedall the guidance and support she has given us. Through minor disasters with Kathy Felong, Kant...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Oil Rob's Behalf Letters To The Editor Dear editor I'm one of Love Rob's recent victim's, so I'm well-qualified to comment on his column. I think he should be severely punished for his mistake. I have in mind something lingering; with boiling oil in it That, was irony. This is really a fan letter. I like Love Rob, despite his horrid mistake, which is of course also ironic, (but true too). I'm not really defending his position on the Tech Disaster. Mr. Loell had every right to object: Rob shouldn't have used the teacher's name. (Innocent victims should always be sold separately.) In this case Rob may have been off base, but he is usually well within the limits of responsible writing. He has gracefully and fully apologized. Enough. Part of the reason people have trouble with Rob's column is that they don't get what he is doing. We're short on a healthy sense of the uses of irony in the Reagan-Bush era. Many times the ranting I've heard about Love Rob comes out of a complete ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Keep Writing Love Rob . Dear editor, I'm sorry for those who got upset with Rob Prindle_'s column a couple of issues ago. The Love Rob column is the best thing to happen to the Behrend Collegian newspaper since I've been on campus the last 41/2 years. I know Rob, as we have been in a couple of classes together, and I know he can be abrasive on occasion, but he is a bright and talented young man. Okay, maybe he made a mistake; we all do when we're young. That's what happens when young people grow. Growing up is a process that doesn't happen over night. It is done mostly when we "screw up"- if we learn from our mistakes. Some of us make the same mistakes twice. Some of us can't even make up for the damage done by a stupid mistake. But let's not lose sight of the process. Rob took the job as a writer with a little more creativity than some others who have been in print We, students and faculty at Behrend, should show that we can understand the need to exercise as much good judg...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

In Response To Mr* Loell Dear editor, This letter is a comment about the recent letter by Mr. Loell to yourself. First, I must say that I do not know Mr. Prindle or Mr. Loell and I did not attend Tech High School. I am 35 years old and a student at Behrend. I was very dissappointed by Mr. Loell_'s letter. Here was an opportunity to prove Mr. Prindle wrong and he miserably failed. As an educator, why did he not present a solution to the problem? Instead, Mr. Loell added more fuel to the fire! I think everyone that read the Love Rob column of April 6 realized Rob made a mistake, but obviously Rob' s relationship with a teacher from the past has left him with some not so pleasant memories. It is obvious from Mr. Loell's letter that his intent was not to do anything more than discredit Rob Prindle by revealing the imperfections of Mr. Prindle's heart and soul. Mr. Loell's prejudices against Rob Prindle surfaced at this point. The question I really asked myself when I read Mr. Lo...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Editorial Policy The Behrend Collegian's editorial opinion is determined by the editor, with the editor holding final responsibility. Opinions expressed in the Collegian are not necessarily those of the Behrend Collegian or the Pennsylvania State University. Letter Policy: The Behrend Collegian encourages letters on news coverage, editorial content and university affairs. Letters should be typewritten, double-spaced and signed by no more than two persons. Letters should be no longer than 400 words. Letters should include the semester and major of the writer. All letters should provide the address and phone number of the writer for verification of the letter. The Collegian reserves the right to edit letters for length and to reject letters if they are libelous or do not conform to standards of good taste. Postal Information: The Behrend Collegian (898-6488) is published weekly by the students of the Behrend College; The Reed Union Building, Station Road, Erie, Pa 16563. .

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

Entertainment Say Anything" Works by Darrell J. White Collegian Staff Writer Say Anything Directed by Cameron Crowe. Starring John Cusack, lone Skye, John Mahoney. Rated PG-13 for mild profanity, sexual situations. rating-_« r _« A' Well, sports fans, here we are again in a genre which has produced many movies over the past few years, most all of them mediocre, nothing more, nothing less. A few years ago, Cameroon Crowe directed Fast Times at Ridgemont High, a film of the teeny-bopper mentality which achieved a small cult following for the performance of Christopher Penn, as a typical California surf-punk who is not above ordering pizza for the long and boring period known as history class. (This was presented as a bad thing in high school, but those of us in college know better.) In this movie, Crowe attempted to tackle some serious issues such as dropout rate in our high schools, and teenage pregnancy. He merely touched on those issues,, doing nothing more than hinting at th...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Eriesistable Summer by Nanette Quatchak Entertainment Editor For those of you that are staying at Behrend for any of the summer sessions, I've got some good news for you. How can there be anything good about spending the summer taking classes when all of your friends have gone home? Well, as a voice of experience, this summer could prove to be one of your better ones if you are staying. Although the definite majority of people at Behrend do go home for the summer, those that stay become very close and have a great time! Erie, even though it is criticized to no end, can be and is a fun place in the summer time. It happens to be the third largest city in Pennsylvania, it is two hours away from Canada, and it is located right on Lake Erie. These three facts, along with others, make for an eventful and enjoyable summer. Let's start with the city of Erie itself. Downtown Erie offers the same types of entertainment that the two largest cities of Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh and Philadel...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Lovers - A Winner by Tracy Fenton Collegian Staff Writer After the opening night of Behrend's production of "Lovers", there were some mixed reviews around campus. Some students were claiming it was better than the previous plays, while others were complaining of a dragging and boring show. After seeing the production second night running, I would say without a doubt "Lovers" was a successful piece of work. The audience of Behrend students, faculty, and general public gave a positive reaction with their laughter and applause. I was truly enterained, somewhat educated, and elevated by the play. "Lovers", by Brian Friel, is a play taking place in Ireland, year 1966. It consisted of two parts entitled "Winners" and _^Losers". With only a cast of eight, the actors did a fine job of keeping the energy alive and the audience alert and laughing. Despite the slight problem of three short power outages, the play got off to a good start. Tom Barra, as Joseph Brennan and Jennie Kleskie ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

C A_.TS * _^ n Amazing Spectacle by Vail Weller Entertainment Editor Our generation is talking about Andrew Lloyd Weber - he's responsible for the music of "Jesus Christ Superstar", "Starlight Express", "Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat", "The Phantom of the Opera", and "Cats". I had the opportunity to see "Cats" here in Erie on April 18th at the Warner Theatre. I had seen the play once before, and that time I had walked in not knowing what to expect. I left the theater in awe, but not knowing really understanding the plot. Since I knew what to expect this time, I had the chance to really pay attention to the story. This is hard to explain, but there really isn't one. There also aren't any spoken lines. "Cats" is a singing/dancing/lig hting/laser spectacular. Every word in the show comes directly from a book of poetry called "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats", which was written by T.S. Eliot in 1939. The cast is comprised solely of cats - even their costumes are hard ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Soap Opera Update by Jennifer Blakeslee Collegian Staff Writer Days of Our Lives Jerry stopped by April's apartment to discuss their future and to paint her walls.. April thinks that by changing her apartment will help her to start a new life. Mike told Robyn that there was no chance of their getting back together again. An angry Robyn then stormed over to Aprils to ask her why she won't let Mike go. Jack was thrilled that Jennifer agreed to take her job back and to worry about Sally on her own time. Angelica tells Jack that her baby is Justin's. He is shocked, but he is still able to try and comfort her. Justm finally tells Victor off for giving him the impotency pills. Victor apologizes, but he said that the reason that he did it was so that Adrian would leave. Victor calls her a sleaze for sleeping with the first stable boy that crossed her path. Justin becomes more angry and raises a poker from the fireplace at Victor, meaning to hit him with it. Just then, Adrian walks ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Go to the monies—FREE! When was the last time you could afford to see a movie? Chances are when somebody else paid! Now you have the opportunity to win two free movie tickets from the Millcreek Mall Cinemas in each Collegian issue. We will print a movie related trivia question in each Entertainment section. Simply write the answer, your name and phone number down and drop it in the box in the Collegian office. Every week, five lucky people will win two tickets each!!! The following people are the lucky winners from the trivia question asked in our last issue: Diana Ziemniak Samantha Amman Gregory S. Edmundson Debbie Dormer EarlEbert The question was :What famous novelist wrote the screenplay for "Moby Dick?" The correct answer was Ray Bradbury. Those of you that answered correctly can pick up your tickets in the Collegian office (if you have not already). The Collegian office is located in the newly remodeled section of the Reed Building behind the Back Room. Make your mom feel sp...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

"Talk Talk" by A.Thomas Mamaux Collegian Stan* Writer "Talk Talk" recently released their most sublime album to date. "Spirit of Eden" is their fourth album. Talk Talk has been around the music scene since 1982 when they toured with Elvis Costello. With each new album Talk Talk recedes deeper into themselves and this makes the albums more intense and emotional. Every song is very personal to the members of Talk Talk; every note a personal testimony of pain, hope, love, or hurt. Talk Talk packs "Spirit of Eden " with six songs. Just by looking at the album sleeve, you can see they are no fluffy crotch rock band searching for commerical success. Even though it is only loaded with six songs, the album plays for close to 75 minutes. The first song "The Rainbow" lasts 15 minutes alone. Also Talk Talk has lyrically become simple' choose few words to say very much. The longest song "Eden" has only eight lines in the entire song. Talk Talk does not want to be labeled as jazz fusionist...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Roadhouse Theater Cat On A Hot Tin Roof Cat On A Hot Tin Roof. Directed by Scott McClelland. Starring Kim Me, Stanley Tuznic, Louise Haladay, leonard Dombrowski, Charlotte Haas, Jimmy Mehs. Appearing at the Roadhouse Theater, 1505 State, April 27-30. by Rob Prindle I have been a steady patron of the Roadhouse Theater since the first midnight production of "Danny and the Deep Blue See," a searingly sexy, deadly funny ultimately serious and shocking play. There was something very exciting about climbing the aging steps of the Clay Space Building at midnight to see the first production of a new theater. The excitement didn't end with the dripping candelabras that lined the flight of stairs. The play ,with its explicit nudity ,was well suited for the late night run, but a definite star arose from that first endeavor. Kim Me. oozed sexuality in a manner not unlike Melaine Griffith, but Kim's sexuality is a little more frightened, a little more dusky. Since that first midnight, I ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Features Lemons f Rf Us Mark Looks For A New Car by Mark Owens Collegian _Staff Writer My car died. Last week, after a brave and at times very disgusting struggle it succumbed to Car Leprosy. I have a lot of fond memories about that car, like the time it stranded me on the west side of town at 9:30 at night in a rainstorm or when it stalled out on Burton avenue while I was on my way to class. A very kind lady driving a 1989 Plymouth Sundance helped me push my car off the road and gave me a ride to school. Later on it started right up, as if to say "TTHHPPPPPPPP!!" It was a nice car though (snicker) and I'm (haha) really sorry to see it go (Ahahahaha!!). Actually, I dreaded getting rid of my TC3 because it meant that I'd have to look for a new car. This meant that I'd have to go to car lots, meet salesmen and maybe drive one or two cars. I know it sounds like I'm making a big deal about this. You're right, I am. Personally I'd rather have my wisdom teeth removed by several bl...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 26 April 1989

Mark Owens After a week of searching, which consists of shaking many paws, eating many hot dogs and looking at too much repulsive polyester, you'll have narrowed down your list to two or three cars. The next step is taking them for a drive. Test drives are interesting, as you get to take the car off the lot and into the world, forcing it to do more than idle. Important things to remember about test-drives: • never grip the wheel too tightly - it might fall off • don't flip switches randomly - the car might blow up • ignore the salesman and kindly turn down his offer of a hot dog ¦ don't talk to the rust After the test drives, you will either pick one of the cars or come to your senses and buy a skateboard. Actually buying the car involves lots of paperwork, more than it takes to build a small office building. All I can say is good luck and bring a change of clothes - this is going to take awhile. After you get your new, shiny, clean car home it will be necessary to put all you...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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