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

by Craig Paske Public Affairs Office Behrend's Reserve Officer Training Corps leadership lab at the Snack Pit, North East, on Saturday, October 25 was a resounding success. The cadets learned how to rappell and negotiate a rope bridge. They also learned individual movement techniques, hand and arm signals, and how to camouflage themselves and their equipment. The tasks were both challenging and fun. Saturday's activities were covered by WSEE, channel 35, WJET, channel 24, and the Erie Times News.

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

Poetry Corner makers of war? outcome? engineers physicists mathematicians payed well for producing high tech war two men discussing politics, disagreement leads to personal insult, each walking out with a vengeance, needing no warships, planes, tanks, fighters, troops, guns, bullets, swords, not even knives, just casually depressing their little finger in the comfort of home, twenty minutes later . mushroom clouds engulf the innocent - a world destroyed, but the two and a chosen few - the insane hiding in their backyard caves, each claiming the victor's flag, never thinking of, never seeing in that split second, a bloody teardrop in my skull's eye. by A.J. If you have any of your own poetry that you would like published in the Collegian, please drop it in an envelope, put "Feature" on the outside, and leave it in the newspaper office or mailbox on the first floor of the RUB.

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

by Felicia Kelly Collegian Staff Writer During the first week of classes eight cement blocks were written in. Eight people were caught; four were from the apartments, three were from the residence halls and one was a commuter. The biggest issue now is how to divide up the payments. It is a total toss up as to whether or not all the residents pay, or just those who live in the apartments. Should the appartment residents just have to pay a higher percentage? We asked a number of students who lived in residence halls or apartments how they felt about the rules and regulations concerning students living in residence halls or apartments and what they think should be added or deleted from them. John Horvath & Brett Klutch John Horvath, third semester, business and Brett Klutch, fourth semester, marketing— "Concerning the escort policy, we feel that no visitation hours are very convenient for everybody. Most of all, because it secures the safety of everyone that lives in t...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

Music Review "Rat in the Kitchen" is music with a message by Paul Miniger Collegian Staff Writer UB40 is notorious for its feelgood music. Just pop a cassette into your tape deck and soon you'll be swaying to the pop-reggae sound of Robin and Ali Campbell, Astro and the boys. UB40 music definitely has a " heeltoe appeal to it. But what sets them apart from other traditional reggae bands is their use of modern day synths and trombone sections. The result is an afro-American fusion of rock and reggae music. Ah, but the music never loses its tropicana sweetness. The vocals of Robin and Ali Campbell join in a quirky harmony while the music moves along to familiar but modernized reggae beats. However different or-fun UB40's music is, a "moral to the story" is often hidden in the lyrics. So, whether the listener realizes it or not, he is becoming involved with issues of current importance. In fact, most of the music on "Rat in the Kitchen" either feels for the victims of apartheid, ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 November 1986

Burgess stuns the minds of Behrend with amazing psychic talent : _CollegiSaff ' Writer . Performing for a packed hall (hi; . s . largest Behrend audience ever), You are getting , very Burgess wasted no time in _convex sleepy.-.your eyes are getting very . ti _^ multitudes of skeptics intc heavy so very, verrry devout believers_, heavy...hypnotized yet? Oh well, not everyone can hypnotize people He began his performance by arid read minds. But Russ Burgess asking a member of the audience to can, and did, on Oct. 28 in Reed pick out, in his mind , any card in 117. Beginning his show half an an imaginary deck and write it on a hour later than scheduled, Burgess piece of paper. After narrowing it made up for his lack of punctuality down to a number card, Burgess with- an overabundance of spec- amazed the audience by correctly tacularity. ' identifying exactly which card it was. Pr ior to reading the serial number of a randomly chosen dollar bill from a student's mind, he stunned...

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

Delightful musical duo to play at Behrend. •try-A-ntiKinyrToTioiio-Collegian Staff Writer Floutist Janet Ketchum and Guitarist Peter Segal will be appearing in Reed 117 at 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. JS. This most acclaimed duo has performed across the nation, in Europe, and in Alaska. They have been playing together since 1972, and have elevated their art to true excellence. They have combined their talents to expand musical literature through research, and have succeeded in republishing works some 150 years old. In addition, they have transcribed many pieces just for the flute and guitar, and have sought contemporary music to in¬ clude in their programs. They have recently released their first recording. They have often been guests on network radio and television, and have videotaped a program which has been aired on public television. They have made recital appearances in Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall in London, and a long list of other concert halls where they have been ve...

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

"Two by Two" radiates energy & excitement by Lisa Hahn Collegian Staff Writer The previews to the opening night of "Two by Two" were held on Wednesday, Oct. 29, and Thursday, Oct. 30, at 8:00 p.m. This was a final dress rehearsal for the performers, and a chance for students to see the play for free. At the show on Wednesday, the seats were filled by 7:45 p.m. and everyone was anxiously awaiting the start of the first Studio Theatre performance of the season. There are eight cast members, but they demonstrated that a small cast doesn't mean a small show. The musical was entertaining, and, although it was primarily a religious play about Noah and the Ark, humourous moments peeked through quite often. The audience's warm applause and hearty chuckles enforced the cast with signs of approval and underlined that "Two by Two" was delightful to watch. Earl M. Kneissler plays the 600 year old Noah who is summoned upon by God to build an ark. Noah must collect two of every an...

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

Choral Festival features Behrend and PSU concert choirs by Craig Aititure Collegian Staff Writer The Hallelujah Chorus boomed through the McDowell High School auditorium as over 300 voices from seven Pennsylvania choirs sang the popular excerpt frojn Handel's Messiah. The choral gathering took place Wednesday, Oct. 28 from 9 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. and gave the ensembles a chance to perform both for each other and as a whole. At 9:00 a.m. the seven groups began a corporate warm-up that continued through 9:30, when the PSU Concert Choir took the stage and performed several numbers. This was followed by performances by the McDowell, Academy, General McLane and Union City High School choruses. The Mercyhurst College Singers were next with the Behrend College Concert Choir, consisting of fortyseven members, concluding the individual performances. The Behrend Ensemble performed excerpts from its upcoming concerts on Dec. 6 and 7. After the Behrend performance, the seven choirs "s...

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

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

Gorniak in Spotlight for Cubs 1986-87 Season University Relations—The Perm State-Behrend Cubs officially launched their 1986-87 basketball season when they suited up for practice Wednesday, October 15.-Returning lettermen for the Cubs basketball team Randy Gorniak, John Sargent, Jim Webb, Joe Weed, Rich Irr, Gene Gorniak, and Jack Beaver will be joined on the court by seven newcomers this year. The latest additions to the Cubs roster include: Wayne Snyder, a 5'10", 175-pound junior from Pittsburgh's McKeesport High School; Bob Quarture, a 6_'7", 205-pound junior hailing from Washington High School in Washington, Pa.; Gary Zang, a 6'3" 185-pound junior from Pottsille High School in Pottsville Pa.; McDowell High School's Mike Moller, a sophomore who checks in at 5'10" and 175 pounds; Tracy LaBow, a 5'10" 175-pound sophmore from Titusville High School; and freshmen Brian Phillips (6'2", 180 pounds) and Rob Elchynski (6'2", 170 pounds), from Seneca High School and Corry High Sch...

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

Cubs drop tough match to Allegheny by Angela Papaleo Collegian Staff Writer What started out as a sure fire win turned out to be quite the opposite. On Saturday October 25th at 1:00pm the Penn State Behrend Men's Varsity Soccer Team lost to Alleghany College 2-1-. The only goal was scored by Junior Captain Mike Hockenberger on a direct kick in the first half. After 30 minutes into the second half Alleghany's Shawn Allen kicked the ball just enough to soar past the fingertips of freshman goalie Mark Yingling. The second goal scored by Alleghany occurred off a throwin with 4 minutes and 42 seconds left in the game by Greg Sprot. There's always hope, as the old cliche goes. But this may not be the case with the playoff situation. After speaking to junior Scott Coykendall, whether the team will qualify or not depends upon the evaluation they receive from the NCAA at the end. Mike Hockenberger and Todd Lindenmuth get ready for a direct kick Behrend College for the most part is ...

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