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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Websters Learning Corner Classify- to put into a class, category, categorize Dike-an artificial watercourse, pool, pond Bigotry- obstinate and unreasoning attachment to one's own belief and opinions with intolerance of beliefs opposed t o them Bias (ed)-anything tending to influence one in a particular direction Homosexual- of, relating to, or being of the same sex Heterosexual- of, relating to or being of the opposite sex Negro- a member of the black race of mankind Minority- the smaller in number of two agregates that together constitute a whole Phobia- an exaggerated and often disabling fear of something, someone Faggot- a bundle of sticks or twigs Paranoia-a tendency on the part of individuals or of groups torward suspiciousness and distrustfulness based not on objective reality but on a need to defend the ego against unconcious impulses Queer-strange or odd from a conventional viewpoint

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

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Publication Title: Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Fortuna Plays Behrend by Trinette Zawadzki Collegian Staff Writer Lee Melville grips his brother, Owen, emotionally in a coming-toterms-with-life, and death, scene from'Thc Melville Boys," the Behiend Players play this season. Steve Fortuna, who portrays Lee Melville, earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Directing from New York University and has worked with renown acting teachers Stella Adlcr and Nihos Pascaroplis. Fortuna started, off as a professional drummer for. musicals, and then he was asked to play a part in one_^ and his acting career began. Fortuna has performed with Theodore Bihel, Arte Johnson, David McCallum, Martha Raye, Ginger Rodgers and Chris Elliot. Acting is only a hobby for Fortuna, who sells computers for NCR. "It (acting), was great when I was younger," said Fortuna, "but you need to make a real living." Fortuna got the part of Lee Melville after responding to an advertisement in an Erie paper. Fortuna's part in "The Melville Boys" was voluntary. He plans to d...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Ziggy Marley: C °p|_±us Music Review by A. Thomas Mamaux Collegian Staff Writer Ziggy Marley is the light emitted from the candle called reggae. The light has been flickering the last ten years because of the lack of a prominent star. Bob Marley died in 1981 and Peter Tosh was just recently murdered. Ziggy is the child prodigy of reggae. He has just released his third album Conscious Party. He resembles his father by the way he sings, plays, and.looks. He, however, docs not follow Bob Marley in all aspects. Ziggy docs not believe in drinking alcohol, smoking, grass or premarital sex. Ziggy plays with the Melody Makers which consists of his two sisters, a brother, and a grandmother. It is their version of a Jamaician Partridge family. Conscious Party is a good reggae album. It survives even though Tina Waymouth and Chris Frantz almost produced it to death. Waymouth and Frantz are in the Talking Heads and they also have their own reggae band called the Tom Tom Club. They put s...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

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Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

| The Cat's not dead Cat Stevens - Classics Music Review oooo By A. Thomas Mamaux Collegian Staff Writer Cat Stevens was one of the most influential recording artist of the Seventies. He had hit after hit of calm, peaceful, and inspiring music. He was one of the "gentle" music starts in rank with Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, Seals and Croft, America, and Bread. Cat Stevens is no longer around. He does not exist as a man anymore. You might be wondering did he kill himself with drugs? Drive his car over a cliff? Overdose on sex? Well, the answer is not to all of the above. He simply found religion. Cat Stevens, in the middle Seventies, found the Muslim religion and is now known as Yusuf Islam. Before he became a Muslim, he had eight original albums and two Greatest Hits albums. Now, due to contract obligations, he has just released his third Greatest Hits album. Usually I hate greedy corporations because their policies have a bad effect on the recording industry. The album...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Rock Naked Talking Heads Music Review OQOi by David Friend Contributing Writer With the reputation of the Talking Heads, one can expect this album to be slightly off the beaten musical path. The title of their latest album is Naked. I half expected a nude photo of the Heads on the liner notes. Thank God they didn't!! What the Heads do show in their Jiner notes is their lyrical and stylistic complexity, wilh up to 16 musicians playing on a single track. Johnny Man, ex-Smith and currently playing wilh the Pretenders, shows up on four tracks, including the first single, "(Nothing But) Flowers." As one places the cassette into one's player, you notice that the clear plastic is actually yellow, an indication that this album is slightly different. The first track "Blind" can wear a bit thin with David Byrne screeching "Blind, blind, blind, blind, blind." What is refreshing, though, is the use of real horns, not synthesizers, on that track and many others. "Mr. Jones" is a good cat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Michael Keaton masse were certainly not elaborate toys reminiscent of the disappointed; in fact, I'm sure they works of Salvador Dali and returned to their respective Hicronymus Bosch (my apologies elementary school classrooms with to all you art professors turning a fresh stock of crude jokes with over in your offices). It is the look which they could send each other of this movie that gives it its into giggling frenzies during recess, immediate appeal. I was drawn to Beetlejuice by The great thing about Pee Wee's the reputation of its maker, Tim Big Adventure was that Pee Wee Burton, who directed the classic wasn _> t considered strange in the Pee Wee's Big Adventure, context of the movie. Nobody Anyone who joined in the search for looked twice at the ageless twit, in the emasculate Pee Wee's beloved the red bow tie (pee Wee; not Paul bicycle will certainly find a lot of Simon). Beetlejuice works in. familiar ground in this film. For the same way-it sets up its own on...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

The Church Second on College Charts The Church - Starfish Music Review OOO by Matthew Filippi Entertainment Editor I walked into the record store the other day looking for something different. There wasn't much of anything that really drew my interest. I gathered a few ideas and decided to take a walk around the mall. If I was going to invest my only ten dollars in my wallet, I might-as-well pick a band which could have some potential. Finally, I made my decision. I heard of the Church about three years ago. They have a new album out and it's been number two on college charts for over a month. They have been favored over bands such as Midnight Oil and the Talking Heads, so I figured they must be doing something right. I thought my search was over but when I went to buy the cassette all the record stores were sold out of the Church's Starfish album. , I tried the last record" store and they had one copy left: I didn't hesitafe- and' T snatched if fmm rhf» shelf. I couldn't ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

25 Years of Rock at The Crossroads Eric Clapton - Music Review OOOO by David Friend Contributing Writer Distilling 25 years of a rock-nroll deity into a single collection can be a difficult task. What is even more difficult is trying to make that entire collection of songs listenable. Eric Clapton's collection Crossroads definitely does both. This six record, four cassette, or four CD set with about five hours of music, is simply hard to put down. In this collection, there are 73 excellent songs that Clapton has played on. From the Yardbirds to the Bluesbreakers on to Cream and Blind Faith then Derek and the Dommos to, finally, an exceptional solo career, this set shows why Clapton has been playing the slowhand for 25 years. Seventeen cuts, including seven Derek and'the Dominos and seven solo songs, have never been released before. In most collections, that would mean seventeen not too good songs. Not on this one. Each of the seventeen has a feel that lives up to anyone's ex...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Science Is it Mighty Mouse? by Robert D. Eggleston When a corae ' t isn't in range of Collegian Staff Writer the sun's tigftC it looks like a dark, dirty" snowball. The nucleus, or.the Look! Up in the sky; it's a bird, solid center, of the comet, is made it's a plane, it's a fuzzy star! No, it's mostly of ice mixed with ammonia, not a fuzzy star it's a comet Have methane, and carbon dioxide. Inside you ever seen a comet? Halley's this ice ball are bits of rock and perhaps? It's not impossible to see metal; picture a scoop of rocky-road one, but if you're looking for a ice cream. The nuclei of most Mighty Mouse kind of streak in the comets are as large as one-half mile sky, you might be disappointed. to thirty miles across, but the Where do comets come from? In grains of rock and metal in them arc his book, Comets, Meteors and usually no bigger than a walnut. Asteroids, Mclvin Bcrger Around the nucleus is a dust and describes ihc planets as a group of gas mixture called the coma. I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Student Voice By Vail Weller and This edition's question Nanette Quatchak What are your plans for th Feature Editors summer? Jim McDermott 8th semester MIS "I'm staj ing here to take courses and I'll have an internship. I'll also be drinkinc a lot." Dave Fletcher 6th semester MIS "I'm going home and framing houses for my brother and gelling a tan on the Cape." ¦ST ** _tm illii Julie Elabarger 6th semester Communication Behrend "I am working with an insurance firm where ihcy arc training me for a job after graduation." Tammy Furyesz 4th semester Communications "I'm going 'to live in Orlando and I'll be working at Disney World and gelling a great tan." Jim Byrne 8th semester MIS "I'm going to graduate, go to Hilton Head, SC and then come back to find a job." Photos taken by Michelle Schneider

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

replace the missing ones, and in doing so produce tiny bursts of light. This is what causes the bright bluish light. Secondly, as I stated earlier, the sun is reflected off the bits of material in the coma and tail which creates the yellowish color. Where do comets go to? Most comets move in orbits around the sun, just like the planets, so they don't really go anywhere. As early as 350B.C, Aristotle concluded that comets don't travel in regular orbits and that they are not in outer space but in the Earth's atmosphere. But, as most theories often are, his was turned over by a German Astronomer, Regiomontanus. In A._Dl 1473, he observed a comet for several nights and traced its elongated orbit. By making observations, we are able to plot out the orbit or path of a comet, and from these means we know when the comet will pass'Earth again. For example, Edmond Halley traced the arc of the now famous Halley's Comet. He researched previous sightings in 1682 and predicted its next visit ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Ed McCloskey Takes His Final Bow At Behrend ~ ~ Z 7"! ~7 7. I Ed "you ain't heavy, vou're my co-worker" McCloskey: In recognition of his outstanding I can't believe it's almost time for the final performance of contribution to Student life and his the "Kim and Ed Show". Thank you for a great two year ability to make each day a little more season. You're the best! Kim fun, the Resident Xife Staff and other P.S I'm looking forward to seeing your name in "bright . ' , ,. , , ¦ lights - watch out Bernardo Bertolucci! friends are delighted. to pronounce today, April 28, Ed McCloskey • T,J , . Appreciation Day. This is Ed's last c_^_Lt ebSTSf. _ST_^£ GS _^tEf_^'S semester, on Behrend Campus and all NiagaraRAStaff will miss him dearly. If you see Ed today, wish him well, give him a hug or Ed - Is your telephone out of order? Good luck to you! a handshake, and don't forget to say, Giselle "Thanks Ed, We Iuv ya!" —1 Ed - What, no more hair aches? Marge To Ed McCloskey - a star in the e...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

On* £t/e by Terry Anthony and Jim Hale Collegian Staff Writers (and all around good guys) As another school year draws to a close, excitement fills the campus. Summer vacation is only a few days away. But this year, final exams are the FINAL exams for our favorite columnists. They have completed their 4-year tour of duty and are about to take that fateful leap from college to reality. We now take you to Graduation day. Everyone is dresses up beneath their robes...except Jim and Terry, who are decked out in gym shorts and high tops. They thought "Commencement Exercises in Eric Hall" meant there was an aerobics workout for all seniors. As the procession entered Eric Hall, thousands of parents were smiling and crying. A camera flashed in Terry's face, and Jim had to restrain him from flashing the person back. The pep band finished their ' unique rendition of the procession music and Dean Lilley stood at the podium to welcome the group, then started into the same speech we all h...

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