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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

Bari brings optimism to Behrend _; by Shell! McClelian : Collegian Staff Writer _Micheal Bari, a newcomer tc Penn State-Behrend this year brings with him optimism for the baseball team. Mr. Bari was ar undergraduate student and baseball player at West Virginia Wesleyan College. He did his graduate work and coached at East Strausburg before coming tc Behrend. ; The baseball team had a short fall Season that ended with a 1-1 record with a loss to Gannon. Coach Bari found the season "disappointing, weather wise" but he pointed out that the bad fall weather taught them patience. "We learned to take the weather as it comes." This will be helpful _thii spring, Erie weather being what ii is. The new coach looks forward tc this spring. He says he is workine on attitudes. His goal is to make the team competitive and to turn the young team of mostly freshmen and sophomores into a winning team. At present the team is working inside on a weight program. After that, they travel to Florid...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

Benefit baseball game by Dave Bruce Collegian Staff Writer The men's varsity baseball team played an 100-inning game on Sunday morning, October 11, to raise money for a spring trip to Florida. It is estimated that the team raised about S2,000 for the trip, with each player responsible for raising pledges. The _mpnev will be placed into an account until the spring. As for the game itself, which lasted six hours, the players were split between two teams; veterans and rookies. Surprisingly, the rookies defeated the veterans 21-14. In order to speed up the game, a pitching machine was used, and only one strike, or two foul balls, constituted an out.

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 October 1986

OCTOBER 23,1986 Collegian ^** PAGE.6

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

Dohn Harshbarger, Dean of Student Affairs resigns after eight years by Chip Susol Collegian News Writer Dohn Harshbarger, Dean of Student Affairs, officially announced his resignation at the Student Government Association meeting on October 22. In an interview with the Collegian on the following Monday, he spoke on topics that ranged from his decision to resign, the ups and downs of his former position, as the state of Behrend College as he has watched it evolve for eight years. The following are highlights from this interview. Collegian: When did you decide to announce your resignation? Harshbarger: About two weeks ago. I've been thinking about it for maybe a year .v _^o, mainly in terms of what I was goin . - _;o do, and did I want to stay in this job indefinitely. In a lot of ways I would be happy to do that. But I also thought that I probably ought to be looking at different things. It would be very easy just to stay in this (position) and not look at these other thing...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

Dr. Diana Hume George awarded full professorship by Michele Miller Collegian Staff Writer Dr. Diana Hume George, previously an associate professor of English, recently received a promotion to full professor of English. This elevation brings a greateramount of distinction among col 1 leagues as well as a__pay increase and a responsibility to be available to represent the college on committees and for appearances. The first female full professor at Behrend, George was an instructor of English from 1977-1978 at the State University of New York, College of Fredonia. She came to Behrend in 1978 as an assistant professor and three years later became an associate professor. George received her promotion to full professor as the result of a nine-month process that began with a recommendation from Archie Loss, head of the division of humanities and communications, and the campus review committee. The criterion for determining a candidate's eligibility depends on several factors, Loss e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

New Resident Senator elected by Barb Byers "There were definite inadequacies in the Student Collegian Staff Writer Senate. I felt I was qualified for the position because I am involved in Ski Club; I really helped to turn it A new resident senator was elected at the Oct. 22, Stu- around. I went to most of the SGA meetings this year dent Government meeting. The new senator was elected and I feel I have a good working knowledge of the to replace Ed Bailey who submitted his letter of resigna- SGA," Walston commented_, tion Oct 8 Walston was disappointed with the voting process Five candidates vied for the position which was won which took place during the SGA meeting last week. "I by sophomore Jeff Letendre. The Student Government did not like the secret discussions that took place when Association (SGA) constitution states that the respon- the candidates were out of the room," he said "and sibilities of a Resident Senator "shall be to represent the certain people's personal comm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

Ed Bailey steps down from SGA by Craig Altmire Collegian Staff Writer Resident Senator Edward Bailey resigned from his position on October 7 because of schedule conflicts and health reasons. In an interview with the Collegian, the seventh semester M.I.S. student explained his resignation as not one of "SGA (Student Government Association) burnout," but of problems that he can't control. "Burnt out? No, I have always enjoyed student programming," said Bailey. Electronics in Waterford conflicted with the SGA weekly meeting time. "I am unable to attend the meetings and this makes me ineffective." His job, in the System Development Area of Elgin, is important to him, "both monetarily and for the experience," said Bailey. Bailey's job is not the only thing that keeps him busy. As president of Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity, a volunteer firefighter for Brookside Fire Company, and a student with an 18 credit course load, "I have my hands full," he Bailey was a resident senato...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

by Craig Altmire Collegian Staff Writer Although no arrests have been made, the October 19 R.U.B. Desk robbery is still being actively investigated by police. "It's a very active investigation I'm running...-with the help of the Behrend Police," said Trooper Dana Anderson, Pennsylvania State Police investigating officer. The robbery occurred Sunday October 19 at 8:50 p.m. Two white males, both wearing blue jeanjackets, approached R.U.B. Desk clerk Chris Rapach and forced him to give them over S600 in cash and merchandise. All police agencies in the region -a _*"*" __;_. a ¦.*_; ' Suspect Number 1 was a white male, appro*. 6'1", 140 lbs., brown hair Suspect Number 2 was a white male, approx. 6'1", 165 lbs. jvith dark and.between 20 to 30 years of age. Suspect Number 1 also had a severe case brown hair (shoulder length, parted in the middle and feathered back) and of acne. Both were wearing blue jeans and jackets. between 20 to 30 years of age. Anyone with information relative to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

Penn State Commission for Women by Kim Krynock Collegian Staff Writer On October 27, Elaine Rhodes of the Penn State Commission for Women visited Behrend. Ms. Rhodes introduced a new liason program which will link Behrend College Women to the University Park-based Commission. Established in 1981, the Commission is an advisory committee which represents issues of concern to women throughout the University system. The Committee lists among its accomplishments the establishment of the Returning Adult Student Center, The Cedar Day Care Center, and the Center for Women Students at University Park. The Commission also initiated the Strategic Study Group on the Status of Women, currently underway. The Study Group polled women at University Park and at the branch campuses to determine the issues, problems, and areas of improvement currently of concern to Penn State women, including the lack of women as role models at Penn State, both on the faculty and in the curriculum. The role of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

_IJ:|« by Andrew Seneta The Behrend Martial Arts Club is one of the newest clubs striving for recognition and support from the student body. The club was started about two years ago, in response _ttpfy _martial arts demonstration put on in the Perry Lobby: The students went through the process of designating officers, President Steve Stegman and Treasurer Dianne Gartner, and then made their way through the necessary paperwork to get the club started. Under instructor David Graves, a part-time Behrend student from Corry, classes work out on Saturday mornings in Erie Hall from 9:30 to 1:00 and also throughout the week whenever Graves is available. The classes consist of 1 hour of stretching and calisthenics and then they progress into a Karate workout. The President, Steve Stegman said, "The workout is aggressive enough to learn properly, but controlled enough not to get hurt. Everybody has to realize that Karate is a full contact sport when they come in, though." The club's f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

Editorial Policy The Behrend Collegian's editorial opinion is determined by.the Editor, with the Editor holding final responsibility. Opinions expressed on the editorial pages are not necessarily those of The Behrend Collegian. T_'i" Behrend College, or The Pennsylvania State Unh _- uity. Brown-Thompson Newspapers, the publishers of The Behrend Collegian , is a separate corporate institution from Penn State. Letters Policy: The Behrend Collegian encourages comments on news' coverage, editorial policy and University affairs. Letters should be typewritten, double-spaced, signed by no more than two people, and not longer than 400 words. Students' letters should include the semester and major of the writer. Letters from alumni should include the major and year of graduation of the writer. All writers should provide their address and phone number for verification of the letter. The Collegian reserves the right to edit letters for length, and to reject letters if they are libelous o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

RUB desk security by Craig Aftmire Collegian Staff Writer Why was it so easy for two men to steal so much from the Reed Union Desk? This is a question rriany members of the Behrend Community are asking. The October 19robbery accounted for the loss of over $500 in cash, $40 worth of E.M.T.A. bus Passes and more than S40 in postage .stamp*. "In the past, deposits were not made on the weekends," said Jamie Grimm, assistant dean of Student Affairs. The large amount of money kept at the R.U.B. Desk on weekends was to _accomodate the high demand for change," Grimm said. "Many measures have been taken to make the area less susceptible to robbery," she added. "Two people are working at night and on the weekends instead of the one previously scheduled." Also, additional deposits are being made, the door behind the desk is kept fully shut and locked at night and on weekends, and Police and Safety are keeping a closer watch on the desk. The? installation of a change machine is also being...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

Ed Bailey continued from page the _allocation decision making," said Bailey. _"*¦ • • He also worked with the SPC on the technical aspects of the Cultural Series, a group of programs that are presented for student entertainment throughout each year. "My most important work for SGA last year," stated Bailey, "was with the Office of Telecommunications, to solve the new phone system's many problems." When asked what he thought of SCA_'s progress this year, Bailey explained that, because of a general lack of experience, "The group has not been as productive as it has been in previous years." This lack of experience flows down from the SGA leadership, according to Bailey. "Doug (Gainor, SGA President) came into his positon with no prior experience...this was a serious setback." "Despite this, Gainor is doing a good job," said Bailey, "considering his lack of experience." When asked about Bailey's resignation, Gainor said that Ed Bailey had not only missed all of the SGA meeting...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

by Jim Thomas ; The Alpha Beta Nu chapter of Alpha Phi Omega received national chapter status on Sept. 20. Inductees included Ed Bailey, Sarah Dorrler, Dan Eccles, Mark Heil, Rtch McCartney, Russ McDaid, Curt Randall, Gail Reese, Jim Tliomas, George Uhlman, Frank Waterbury, and Bob Wilson. Inducted advisors were Colleen Ke ' lley, Tre' Brown, David Stuntz, John Gamble, and Bob Hendricks. The ceremony was followed _b_\_r~** huge party hosted by our Big Brothers at Gannon University. A good time was had by all. We also helped with Alcohol Awareness week by sponsoring the Car Smash, Milk and Cookies Bash, and Billy's Goes Dry. Anyone who is interested in becoming a member is welcome to attend our meetings which are held on Tuesday evenings at 5:15 p.m. in either the Reed Seminar Room or the Upstairs Reed Lobby.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

— ... . — ojr-i_^OTMDoAs-- --" -~™^—Physical 'Fitness Test, which in- For the past month, _several members of the Ranger Club had been in training for the Ranger Challenge, which took place on November 1st and 2nd. They train ed each week learning how ' to throw grenades, build and cross a one rope bridge between two trees, fire the M-16 rifle, " and put together the M-16 and the M-60 machine gun from a mixed bag of parts. They also took the Army volves doing as many sit-ups as possible in 2 minutes, as many push-ups as possible in.2 minutes, and a 2 mile run in the quickest time possible. Also, road marches with a ruck sack and an M-16 rifle were part of the preparation for a 6 kilometer road march at the Challenge. The results of the competition will be in the next issue of the Collegian.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

Dohn Harshbarger Collegian: Another major influence on the nature of Behrend student life is the fact that well over half of the student population is made up of commuters. Is there any solution to this problem? Harshbarger: I don't know that there is any final way to overcome that. There is just a difference between off-campus population and on-campus population. There are a lot of natural differences and it does have an impact on student life programs. I tend to think that...if the on-campus population is involved and satisfied with their experience, that's more likely to draw commuters back (after classes) than if we do things that are continued from page targeted at commuter. Commuters have a harder time identifying with the college, if they see the on-campus population as being disaffected...they won't make much of an effort to be involved. Don't look now! Puzzle p. 5

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