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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

Spring Lecture Series To Present Two Speakers by Jill Bedford Collegian Staff Writer Two speakers will be _appearing at Behrend as part of the spring lecture series. On Mar. 26, Dr. Peter Macky of Westminster College will speak on "Preparing for Nuclear War: The Moral Debate." Macky is a professor of Theology and teaches Theology and Philosophy. He was born in New Zealand and has attained degrees from Harvard, Princeton, and Oxford, Duke, and the University of Illinois. He has had several articles published and is listed in Who's Who in Religion. He will speak at 12:15 p.m. in the Reed lecture hall. A reception in the Reed Seminar Room will follow. Novelist Alix Kates Shulman will be speaking in the Reed lecture hall on Apr. 1. Shulman is a leading author on feminism. She has published three novels, ABC Celebration continued from page 8 As an added attraction, a series of films will be shown on Black history. Dates and times will be announced. A poster exhibition of famous b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

Masteller Offers Apartment Energy Tips by Michael Ross Collegian News Editor "Most households could save up to 25 percent on their utility bills," says Marianna Masteller of the Pennsylvania Energy Center, located on campus. Masteller offered several inexpensive tips for saving energy in apartments. The easiest step is to turn down the thermostat. Leave it at 65 degrees during the day and 55 degrees and night. Windows cause our greatest heat loss. If you want to conserve, cover your windows! If your apartment windows are not equipped with storm windows, cover them with plastic. Plastic over the window works well as a storm window and is affordable. Plastic will pay for itself in one month's time. Put rope caulking around windows. Repair or cover cracks in the window pane. Use drapes and window shades to insulate around windows. If these are out of your budget, hang anything, blankets work well. Another tip that won't cost you anything is to keep radiators and heating eleme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

"Almost Anything Goes" by Kevin Moore Collegian Staff Writer The Mice Capades, an annual "almost anything goes" type of competition, were held in Erie Hall last week. The games included various relay events such as eating contests, scooter races and the annual paper chase, where a team lines up front-to-back and passes a roll of toilet paper through their legs and over thenheads. The longest piece of toilet paper wins the event. The Mice Capades concept was brought to Behrend College by William "Mr. Bill" McCartney, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs. "These events provide healthy competition and a sense of team spirit and involvement," said McCartney, The Residential Life Staff or the RAT Class (Resident Assistant Training Class) are the people Students enjoying themselves at the Mice Capades last Friday night. The winning team was FEBA, with 342 total points. responsible for these competitions. The RAT Class of 1984 named the games Mice Capades, Mice is an acronym for "My...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

Volleyball-A-Thon Players Net $800 by Paula Maus Collegian Staff Writer The volleyball-a-thon, held on Feb. 21, proved to be a success. Coach Jan Wilson was pleased with the five-hour bout. "I was more than satisfied with the support by the fellow students...and the committment by the players was exceptional," said Wilson. "When 3 a.m. rolled around, we practically had to boot everyone out of the gym. I was glad to see them go away psyched and not beat," Wilson added. Employees and a disc jockey from local radio station WLKK joined in for the first hour and a half of the marathon. They played round-robin style while alumni Janet Satyshur spun records to keep things at a steady pace. The returns on the volleyball-athon were successful also. "So far, our unofficial total in pledges is $800," said Wilson. She added that their original goal was $1500 but admitted that that was unrealistic and the $800 was more than expected. The funds are going toward a new volleyball net sy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

Intramurals In Full Swing by Mark Yeager Collegian Sports Writer Intramurals have been in full swing since the beginning of the semester. While five-on-five basketball and swimming have come to an end, volleyball and wrestling are just starting. Five-on-five basketball went very well this year. Intramural coordinator Duane Crider said that the 13 teams that competed this year were very close and showed a lot of talent. Many games ended within five points, and although the two teams in the finals were undefeated, it came down to the wire. In the finals were C.O.O.L. and Showtime. C.O.O.L. took the title by defeating Showtime in the finals, 50-32. High scorers in the finals were Rick Rosetta with 23 points for C.O.O.L and Bill Miklos with 17 points for Showtime. Swimming did not spur a large turnout, but competition was not lacking. Three teams competed in this event that occured on a Friday night from 9-11 p.m. The team Stingray took first in this competition. Volleyball star...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

Stasenko Matches Sister's Feat Of 1000 Points by Barrett Parker Collegian Staff Writer. The girl's basketball team may have lost 66-57 to Point Park at Carlow College, but Behrend still had a victory. Senior Missy Stasenko foilowed her twin sister, Mindy Stasenko, in breaking 1000 career points. The sisters were the only two women to do so in the history of women's basketball at Behrend College. A pass from Kathy Ott set up the final points, and put Missy at 1001 points for her career. Missy does not plan.to play basketball after her graduation in May of 1985. "I'm glad we both (she and her sister) broke 1000...since this_, was our last year." Mindy injured her leg during practice just after she broke 1000 points. Missy says, "Mindy was not playing, but she was there for emotional _suDt>ort...she was a factor in helping me to achieve my goal." Missy said in closing, "I enjoyed playing here. The new coach, Karin Sobotta, has been really good with the team. Even though ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Lane Plans Retirement After 32 Years Of Service By Judy Bush Collegian Staff Writer Benjamin Lane, associate professor of English, is retir ing this spring after 32 years of service to Behrend College. Lane has been an English professor, Director of Admissions, and Dean of Student Affairs, along with many other positions. He has seen many changes come to Behrend and has contributed greatly to some of them. Lane came to Behrend in 1953. He earned his bachelor's and master's degrees from Penn State. He was hired as an english professor for the two-year Electrical Engineering and Technology programs then offered at Behrend Center. Throughout his career, Lane lias consistently been an innovator of new programs and a seeker of new directions for Behrend. He helped shape the history of Behrend and _Behrend's face as we now know it. In the 1950 s, Ben Lane led the charge on University Park to allow Behrend graduates to receive their degrees here, without traveling the five and one ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Behrend Plans Master's Program By Julie Reynolds Collegian Staff Writer A Master's program in Communications is possible for Behrend College. It would be premature to guess when this program might be implemented because it is in the planning stage only, said Dr. Terry Warburton, person in charge of the communications major. "It is not a project that is thrown together overnight," Warburton said. The program's final structure will result from many additions and deletions by people involved in the program, he said. In addition to many individuals shaping the program, other factors include money for additional faculty, facilities, resources, and a variety of university processes involving funding and approval. Warburton said the program will be a continuation of skills appropriate to being a professional in the communications field. The program will attract undergraduates looking for addi¬ tional skills, different kinds of positions, or higher level entry positions. The program...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Marande heads Mossbauer Research By Paula Maus Collegian Staff Writer Dr. Robert P. Marande, assistant professor of physics, has been conducting Mossbauer Spectroscopy Research. Marande explained that Mossbauer Spectroscopy is: "...research on the glass phase of liquid crystal and polymeric materials." In simpler terms, various substances are subject to gamma radiation. The absorption level of gamma rays in the substance is then studied and compared with the level in other materials. The research takes place in Nick 110 which was formely called the "Laser Lab". It will be moved to the Hammermill-Zurn Buildings upon it's completion. The name of the lab implies the use of laser equipment, however, they are not used for this research. A multichannel analyzer, a gamma ray source, a gamma ray detector and other high technology equipment is interface-? with an Apple HE cot.-. ¦ ¦ •." r tliw.i interprets all in- Behrend students of various majors (two physics, one pre-med, two el...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

_xr In This Issue Behrend Alumnus Runs for Judge page 2 Strangers Dinner Praised...page 6 Entertainment in Erie page 9 Ail-Stars Hammer Erie Blades page 11

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Faculty Membership Unique To Omicron Beta Kappa By _JiO Bedford Collegian Staff Writer Omicron Beta Kappa (OBK), Behrend's honor society for juniors and seniors established in the spring of 1982, is petitioning to be a national chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK). From the initial forming of OBK, the local honor society has moduled itself after the national honor society. "Unless- paper work delays us, we fully expect to be charter members of ODK by this spring," said OBK Faculty Secretary Dohn Harshbarger. OBK is unusual because faculty . -. . , - _ are active members of the App?«"nately 20 percent of organization. And, as such, are OBK * composed of faculty voting members in addition to m_«nbers- Faculty members are their role of advisors. < _*° seB fo l'****» b f^^ their contributions to student life. OBK holds inductions bi- To be selected for OBK, an etigiannually. A student most be ble student or faculty member within the top 35 percent of his or most receive 7...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Former Student Running For County Judge by Michael Ross Collegian News Editor Attorney Michael T. Joyce, a former Behrend student, is running for judge of Erie County. Joyce is one of eight candidates and in a survey of the Erie County Bar Association, 248 members concluded that, "Judicial candidates Michael T. Joyce and George Levin were found to be qualified by more that 50 percent of the bar's membership." Joyce is running because he feels that repeat offenders and those who commit crimes against women, children, and senior citizens must be treated more severely. In addition, the glamorization of the defendant in a trial concerns Joyce. "The court should do everything in its power to protect the witness and victim," Joyce notes. The selection of a judge is tough according to Joyce because they hold a term of 10 years. He feels, "Intangible characteristics such as fairness, honesty, and character are important when selecting a judge." "The job of a judge is to make a tri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 28 March 1985

Lambda Sigma Inductions Planned By Jill Bedford Collegian Staff Writer Lambda Sigma, Behrend's sophomore honor society, will hold spring induction ceremonies on Apr. 21 in the Gorge Cafeteria. Lambda Sigma has been an active organization at Behrend for IS years. Members of Lambda Sigma are inducted in the spring of their freshman year and remain members until the end of their sophomore year. Member selection is based on scholarly merits and demonstration of leadership and service to the college and community. "Not everyone eligible academically is selected," said Cathy Mester, co-advisor of Lambda Sigma. "A member must have a combination of these activities," Eligible students complete forms regarding their contributions to leadership and campus and community services. Personal interviews are conducted with students by current Lambda Sigma members. Behrend faculty and staff recommendations are considered in the selection process. Members are chosen by a selection board consi...

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