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

Sue Holmes goes for a lay-up. Women's Basketball ready for season by Dave Bruce Collegian Staff Writer ; "We have more depth, and stronger competition at each position." This was the description of the Behrend Women's Basketball Team from one of its returning veterans, Paula Skaggs. Paula and returning letterman Sue Holmes and Chris Huff, recently talked about the upcoming season and related subjects. Besides depth and competition, i to put down a spike. Sue transferred from The Shenango Valley Campus of Penn State, and came to Behrend because she did not want to go to University Park. She also wanted to continue her basketball career. They bragged about the support that the team receives, especially from a group of loyal fans who go to every home game. They also hope that the support will grow this season starting with the season opener, at the Fredonia Tournament, on November 22, which they won last year. ! 5 5 1 1 t t i t 1 s c r \ Anne Hatton goes high they believe that ...

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

Young Cuhs gain experience by Andy Seneta Collegian Staff Writer Three matches remain in the Women's Varsity Volleyball season. The team has been hit lately with many injury problems, bul have still played well together. The Lady Cubs' record of 15-25 doesn't quite tell the entire story of the problems injuries have caused. Senior Sue Holmes commented on the injury problems by saying, "We have a young team and with the experience that they have acquired this year it will help them next year. Still, I think we've developed into a strong team. It's hard to have freshman come in and play well without playing college ball before because it's a tough transition from high school to college volleyball." Coach Jan Wilson has had the tough task of filling up the lineup due to the losses of Julie DiFrancisco earlier in the year, Michele Williams and Michele Madison have also been injured. Even though the squad has faced some problems early this season they have still gotten inspired p...

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

Notes from the Series: by Dave Bruce Collegian Staff Writer —If my team had the bases loaded and two out in the ninth ; t would want Keith Hernandez at the plate. —John McNamara made- she right decision starting Al Nipper in Game Four, but in baseball, sometimes luck is more important than strategy. —Mel _Stonlemyre, New York's _pitching coach_, will definiteJybe working on _Owight Gooden_'s _pitching mechanics this spring. -Why did Boston have 'Old Man' Buckner at first base in the tenth inning of Game Six, when Dave Stapleton was his late-inning defensive replacement all season? -I wonder if Tony Armas has any chance at reclaiming centcrfield from Dave Henderson next season? —The Met_'s fans are the roost obscene and dangerous fans in all sports. The jerk who tossed the smoke bomb onto the field daring Game Seven should be forced to eat a Roger Clemens' fastball. —Game Sis was the most exciting, though not best played. World Series game in recenr memory. Yes, even more excit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Third annual blood drive a success by Lisa Hahn Collegian Staff Writer . ' The third annual blood drive was held on November 5th and 6th and, thanks to the students of Behrend, it was a success. There were 121 students screened, and out of those, 110 were able to be donors. However, _bhly 102 full pints of blood were collected out of the 110. This compares to the 108 pints taken last year, which puts Behrend at about the same level'for both years. ' . This year is the second year for the Blood Drive Competition and Behrend was in competition with Gannon University, Mercyhurst College, and Villa Maria College. However, the results have not been given yet because all of the schools have not held their blood drives thus far. For the first time a competition was held between the residence halls and Lawrence came out on top. There will be a pizza party sponsored by Domino's Pizza and the Joint Residents Council (JRC) to award the winners. There was also a competition between the cl...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Kenny to attend School in Nairobi :< by Michelle Miller k . Collegian Staff Writer £ Jeff Kenney, a junior, will attend £ the University of Nairobi in Kenya ' during the Fall 1987 and Spring y 1988 semesters. His trip is made ' '¦_i possible through Penn State's •' Education Abroad Programs, ' ; which provides students an oppor-¦• tunity to receive "an international Z dimension to (their) intellectual y and professional development in 2 specialized fields of study." S The Nairobi program is one of several conducted in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, South America, East Asia and Oceania. i More than 350 Penn State students j. majoring in a wide variety of areas _^ annually participate in these > programs. ] Kenney is majoring in secondary -\ education (earth and space science 1 option.) He first became interested 5 in the Education Abroad Programs i because he needed a change and j thought the experience would offer :• _¦ • adventure and a chance to learn I more ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Chiteman named division head Mike Cbiteman, new division head Photo by Rick Brooks by Craig _Aitmire Collegian Staff Writer Penn State's Division of Undergraduate studies plays an important part in the academic lives of many Behrend students. Nearly ten percent of the students at Behrend, or about 205, are enrolled in the D.U.S. program. The Division of Undergraduate Studies exists for many reasons. The first function of D.U.S. is to help students who are undecided about academic interests. These students may enroll in D.U.S. until they are ready to pursue a specific major. About 80 percent of college students change their major at least once during their college career, said Mike Chiteman, head of Behrend's Division of Undergraduate Studies. "Enrollments in D.U.S. will probably continue to climb as more and more students are honest with themselves," said Chiteman. D.U.S. is important in a system such as Penn State's, in which ovei 130 majors are offered, said Chiteman. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Plans approved by trustees University Park, Pa. -The Pennsylvania State University Board of Trustees approved several physical plant resolutions today (Nov. 7). The approvals are designed to improve facilities at four of the University's campuses. Sketch plans, designed by the University's Office of Physical Plant, for a heat recovery incinerator at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, were approved. "Disposal of refuse generated by the medical center had been handled by contract hauling," George R. Lovette, vice president of business and operations, told the Board. However, he said, the fees for contract hauling of the waste had risen drastically, and landfills and incinerators in the area are no longer available for the medical center's use. Plans approved by the Board call for a heat recovery incinerator, which, Lovette said, will be able to handle all of th« center's wastes. "At the same time, because of the heat generated, recovered energy will be converted to steam an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

S.G.A _^L - Minutes _^^ ;> * President Doug Gainor announced that Parliamentarian Aiene Rnode officially submitted her letter of resignation and nominations for a new Parliamentarian are now being considered. * Ideas on how to spend the S20,000 "impact money" are now being considered and suggestions should be brought to the SGA office {behind the RUB desk). Already proposed ideas are a "Discover Erie Trip," a - ' ', "big name" event sponsored by SPC, display cases in the jReed Building, and the Collegian budget being taken from these funds. Voice your opinion today! _^ * The Joint Residence Council is making constitution amendments, and j _, - the residence hall phone listings will be available next semester- JRC is also sponsoring a fund raising can collection as well as suggesting a "Meet ™ 'tji the Government Day" for ail students. A "Campus Blues" survey will be ' * distributed to get student opinions on how to improve campus living. * Commuter Council and Student Servi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Department of Humanities leaves Turnhull Hall by Barb Byers Collegian Staff Writer The Humanities Division offices have recently been moved from Turnbull Hall to various annexes, and the new School of Business will soon occupy the building. John Ream, Director of Operations, said that "with the creation of the School of Business, we felt it would be better for its faculty to be in _Turnbull because they have fewer faculty members than the Humanities. Also, the business faculty expressed some concern about their location after the restructure of the division. The business faculty felt a need to centralize after the reorganization, because otherwise they would have been scattered all over campus." Now the Division of Human and Social Sciences offices are in the new South Carriage House Annex, the West Carriage House and the Carriage House. Some people are happy about this move, while others express some concern. Diana Hume George, Full Professor of English, said, "In some resp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

_ROfC places fourth in Challenge by Lori Beals Collegian Staff Writer On November 1st and 2nd, the 10 members of Behrend's Ranger Challenge team, competed against 14 other teams from western Pennsylvania. The team members were Heidi Gebhardt, Kim Audette, James Gavrilis, Ted Caldwell, Dean Meinert, Brian Anderson, Gary Pirl, Tom Lippert, Joe Dominiak, and Tom Milley, the team captain. On Saturday, November 1st, the Ranger Challenge team first competed in a grenade throw, where each member had to correctly throw a grenade 20 meters at a silhouette target. Three points were scored for hitting within a 3 meter circle, and 5 points were scored for hits within a 2 meter circle, or grenades which hit the silhouette. Behrend's team came in third place in this event. Next, each member of the team was timed for their assembly of the M-16 rifle and the M-60 machine gun. The team also came in third in this event. Building and crossing a one rope bridge between two trees was the next even...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Director of Activities from U.P. speaks here JL ¦ . ( tions". (According to by Steve Aller Collegian Staff Writer Behrend was the third stop for Dr. Mel Klein, Director of Student Activities at University Park, on a six-stop travel to a number of the commonwealth campuses. Acting also as Director of Unions, Dr. Klein and his office have the responsibility of helping the. 402 clubs and greek letter organizations at University Park with their financial programming along with arranging student activities. To top off his repetoire of responsibilities, he is also the associate head of the Division of Student Programming, an "umbrella division within the office of student services" which oversees all student organization needs and University facilities. Anticipating questions as to the reason for his visit to Behrend and other Penn State campuses, Dr. Klein clarified his purposes to the random mix of about 20 club members and interested student: present: "I'm not here to...sneak a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

New Director of Admissions hired by Lori Beals Collegian Staff Writer Starting Oct. 20, Patricia Bailey replaced Steven Mostert as the new Director of Admissions. Before coming to Behrend, Ms. Bailey worked for 5 years in admissions at Mercyhurst, and for a year. and a half at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. She went to graduate school at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and received a Masters of Arts in Student Personnal Services with an emphasis in Admissions and Financial Aid. Ms. Bailey says that her job as Director of Admissions is to develop correspondence for high school students, send flyers out to them, develop recruiting strategies, oversee functions of the Admissions office and to represent Penn State-Behrend. She also plans orientation, open houses, and special events related to admissions, like a visitation day at Behrend for high school students during the summer. When asked if she enjoyed the job, she said that "so far, it's very nice. I found ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Plans approved continued from page 1 basketball court with folding bleacher seating, three rac- said. "It will actually create a new, major entrance to quetball courts, a fitness/wellness center and locker the building." rooms. A proposed addition to the engineering laboratory at In addition, the building will house two classrooms, The Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, The to be used by the entire campus, and a multi-purpose Capital College was also approved by the Board of room, to be used for aerobics, dance and various com- Trustees_, munity activities. The 40- by 70-foot addition, designed by the Office of The projected cost of the building is S2.8 million, Physical Plant, will add an entrance vestibule, a small Lovette said. lab to house several computers and drafting tables, and The Board also approved sketch plans for a a 30-student classroom, Lovette said_, bookstore at Behrend Campus. The Dlans, designed by The existing machine shop will be moved to a the Offic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Leslie Scholarship offered University Park, Pa.—The Donald and Dorothy Leslie Scholarship has been created to assist students at Penn State's Behrend College, the Board of Trustees learned Nov. 7. The scholarship was established with a gift of about $25,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Leslie Jr., Mrs. Donald (Dorothy) Leslie Sr. and corporate matching funds. Donald Leslie Jr. is chairman of the board of the Hammermill Paper Company of Erie. Donald Leslie Sr., who died in 1983, served for many years as HammermilPs chief executive officer. Consideration for the scholarship will be given to all fulltime students from Erie County who are enrolled or planning to enroll at The Behrend College and who have demonstrated superior academic achievement. Recipients will be selected by the Behrend College Scholarship Com¬ mittee. The number of awards made annually and the amount of each will depend on available earnings from the Leslie Scholarship fund. Each scholarship will be awarded...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 November 1986

Build a better RAT trax) -¦ ¦ |r _H I have often heard less than favorable comments about the people who make themselves at home in the lobby outside of the Wintergreen Cafe. I've tried to be nonjudgemental for a while; the benefit of the doubt was given to the group of people that call themselves "RUB Rats". Even though not all of the inhabitants of the lobby are members of the pack, they all commit similiar offenses. After many observations, my opinion is no longer that of an objective onlooker. I was walking by the Wintergreen Cafe lobby recently when I heard what could possibly be the foulest phrase ever uttered. Much to my chagrin, I was being accompanied by a female member of the Student Affairs staff who also heard the profanity. I didn't know who to be embarrassed for first: the staff member, myself or the individual with the adolescent vocabulary. After apologizing to the staff member on behalf of all the relatively articulate students at Behrend, I turned to see from w...

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