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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

¦ Islethereturned tc by Lori Beals Presque , n ' - and Craig Baske Behrend. ; . , Additionally, classes were giver On: Saturday, Nov. 15, approx- on land navigation and on how to imatiely 144- members of the do an intelligence gathering report. Behrend ROTC participated in a Also, the cadets were able to exjielicopter Leadership Laboratory, amine the weapons and equipment First the platoons formed in the of a static display by the National Reed-parking lot, then marched Guard in the Behrend soccer field_, jdown into the Behrend soccer field. Don't forget that it's not too late Before starting helicopter to sign up for Army 102 and 202 _^familiarization, however, the for the Spring Semester. In addicadets got a special treat. A televi- tion to participating in fun and exsion crew from channel 24 filmed citing activities such as rappelling, jhe ROTC and several helicopter rifle shoooting and winter survival, pilots from the National Guard , the Army courses can count as el...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

LTC Meccia impressed by Behrend cadets by Michelle Grasmick Collegian Contributing Writer At the beginning of the Fall 1986 semester, LTC Meccia became the new Professor of Military Science at University Park. He has been visiting all the branch campusesin order to become more familiar with the Cadre and program on each. Last Nov, LTC Meccia visited Behrend College. LTC Meccia is a West Point graduate, and has been an officer in the Army since 1966. After attending the Airborne and Ranger Schools, he received his first choice of branch in Germany: The Corps of Engineers. After only two months he became the Company Commander. He was then transferred to Vietnam to be Company Commander of a construction engineer corps. After holding different positions in the Army throughout the United States and being stationed in Germany once more, He came to Penn State. • LTC Meccia has found life in the military quite satisfying. He enjoys new challenges and goes on to say, "I've enjoyed the ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

the Penn State-Behrend Collegian Member of The Press Association :- Editor Jack Homer Feature Editor Julie Karasinski Business Manager Jacquie Anthony - News Editor Chip Susol Photo Coordinator Paul Duda Sports Editor Sue Holmes Adviser Robert DiNicola Staff Angela Papaleo Susanna Jalosky Jill Tourville • Holly Lew Michael Golden Lori Beals Jennifer Scherer Melissa Youkers Maria Hoffman Michelle Miller Mike Giunta Chris Rapach Craig Altmire Robert Eggleston Kim Krynock Anthony Proviano Felicia Kelly Dave Bruce Barb Byers Paul Miniger Angie Busbee Steve Aller Andy _Seneta Sean Weaver Rick Brooks Lynn Popovich Lisa Hahn Jill SMith Mailing Address -Bahrand _Collaglan, Station Road, Erie, PA 16563 REPRESENTED FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY Office located In Reed Union Building . CASS Student Advertising, incorporated Office Hours-9a.rn.-5 p.m.; Monday through Friday >• 1633 West Central St. Phone: 898_^221 Evanston, Illinois 60201 Opinions expressed by the editors and staff of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

Who's who in ODK by Lori Beats Collegian Staff Writer Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK), £ National Honor Society, held ar Induction on Sunday, Nov. 23 ai 2:00 p.m. in Reed 117. The purpose of ODK is to "recognize people who are efficient in collegiate activities, to _brinj together the most representative students in all phases of collegiate life, and to bring together members of the faculty and student body on a basis of mutual interest and understanding," according to the ODK manual. ODK recognizes and encourages achievement in scholarship, athletics, social service, religious activities, campus government, Journalism, speech and the mass media, and the creative and performing arts. "Late night study" is among some of the events sponsored by ODK, along with an Easter party for boys and girls from the Big Brothers and Big Sisters program, and they co-sponsored the Food Drive with the help of the BCCA and CampusMinistry. The induction on Nov. 23 brought 17 people info the ODK. There ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

m i_^f_^ f_^ _^^^_A_^_jjjsnVl by Michelle Williamson Treasurer The Lambda Sigma Society is very active this Christmas season. To begin the holiday season, we participated in the annual Christmas Bazaar by selling buttons and homemade cookies. On December 4th, a few of our members visited the Hamot Children's Ward. Calvin Fryling dressed up like Santa Claus and entertained the children with stories and games. Another activity we have planned is caroling. On December 8th we combined efforts with members of the choir and went Christmas by Lori Beals Collegian Staff Writer The Rifle Club's Turkey shoo caroling in a local nursing home. In an attempt to spread this Christmas cheer to the less fortunate children of Erie, Lambda Sigma will sponsored a toy drop December 5th thru the 10th to collect toys for these children. Lambda Sigma is bringing a touch of home to students who live at Behrend. We have organized the "Care Packge from Home" program which will take place on Decem...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

Behrend drivers assistance requested , Police and Safety— With winter weather here, the Maintenance and Operations Department, as well as Police and Safety, are asking for the assistance of all students, faculty and staff in regards to snow removal. There are several things that vehicle custodians can do to help make snow clean up a more efficient operation. 1. Make sure that your vehicle is winterized. 2. Watch the weather forecasts and be prepared to get up early to dig out your vehicle if necessary. 3. If at all possible, don't park ir "A" lot (Reed) or the lower lot' while heavy snows are a threat. 4. If it snows, dig out your vehicle and move it to a cleared out area as soon as possible. On several occasions vehicles have been left snowed in and abandoned/disabled in lots for long periods of time taking up three or more parking spaces and becoming "snow birds". 5. If your _^vehicle "breaks down" make arrangements to get it moved as soon as possible. Don't leave it on ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

student is certain of the career he wishes to pursue. The first step of DISCOVER is self evaluation, which consists of an interest test, and also rates one's abilities and values. The outcome will produce a cumulative list of possible occupations based on the highest scores obtained in in this section. Step two is an occupation search based on the student's major. Step three allows students to learn about any occupation by asking 16 questions. Finally, step four consists of education information based on the student's major. The system will suggest what type and how much education would benefit the student for hiser desired occupation. The Career Planning and Placement Center is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Wednesdays the office is also open from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and all students are encouraged to make use of its many resources. Career and Placement continued jrompaSei

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

the war, and then much later, being a professor at the University of Toronto teaching Shakespeare. "He's still traveling a lot and recently gave an interview in New York on November 24." Dr. Davis was "unable to attend that interview because of it being too close to Thanksgiving." Dr. Davis also has had recent accomplishments of his own, for ex¬ ample, the completion of his book called Critical Essays on Edward Albee. "It is a collection of essays and reviews about Edward Alby's plays. It is due to be released this month from G.K. Hall publisher. "He is looking forward to getting started on his new book, and feels "great" about receiving the grant. "It's paid trips to Canada. It's nice." Davis awarded grant continued from p_^i

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

by Lori Beats , Erie Blades and Mohawk Valley, Collegian Staff Writer held at the Erie Civic Center January 24, 1987 is Behrend Col- Tickets are available at the RUB lege Hockey Night. The Col- desk or the ROTC office for fifty orguard will be presenting the Col- cents off the regular ticket ors before the face-off between The price-S3.00. '

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

The RATS arise In a recent issue of the Collegian, Editor Jack Homer voiced his opinion of a group of friends who meet in the upstairs lobby of the Reed Union Building. Shameful as such an activity may be, we RUB Rats feel that the concerns of Mr. Horner are insubstantial. In the editorial, Jack speaks of our vices, abuses, and self-centeredness, but the Rats fail to see how we deviate from the norm. (In these respects.) According to the editor, an itemized list of our vices can be made from an ugly picture the author paints of a "typical evening." We employ such Satanic vices as playing cards, smoking, and God forbid, swearing. Homer's article complains of at least one Rat "spoutmg filth" anc implies that it is the course of ac tion at all times. As a matter _oi fact, this is a close enough approximation, but foul language is _j form of humor, howevei pedestrian. This humor works or the principle that the mosi ridiculous proposition is the funniest one. We are sorry foi vio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

The little things in life There are very few things about this campus that I don't like, and you are about to be subjected to them. Some of them trivial—and some are earth-shattering. I'll bet you can't guess which ones are which. It's a shame, but students living on campus never really have a chance to participate in radio contests, because by the time you dial your access code, the station already has a winner. A la board point paranoia: That second of panic when the worker at the Wintergreen Cafe has run your meal card too quickly through the sensor and your card is rejected. Is it my imagination or is that noise of rejection that comes from the cash register saying, "na-na na-na-na?" I also experience a moment of fear when the MAC machine takes one or two extra seconds to return my card. Thank you and please take your receipt. That is, of :ourse, when it isn't temporarily _aut of service. I'm afraid to go into the library because I'm afraid of the LIAS computer. When I d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

RUB Rats disrupt the Reed Building We would like the thank Jack Homer for finally bringing the issue of the RUB Rats to print. We have watched an entire semester go by while this deviant subculture carries out their unusual and sometimes unacceptable social rituals. They gather, quite literally in the middle of our daily routine, and we watch-both fascinated and disappointed that the actions of so few can disrupt the lives of so many. Yet, in order to address the issue objectively, we must not stand in judgement of them as individuals. Recall, if you will, the injustice Athenians dealt to Socrates by condemning him for his nonconformity in a time when ignorance truly was bliss. Rather, we must look at how their actions affect the college community. We will not address the issue surrounding their language, their mess, or their preoccupation with backrubs. Sure it's an eyesore, but so is the bizarre wooden pop-art on the ceiling of the Wintergreen Cafe. We live with it. We wil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

In moderate defense of Ratdom The two articles on the "RUB Rats" published in the Nov. 20 issue of the Collegian, presented, together, a balanced statement of what it means to be a student, and what it means to be young. The Rats are not unresponsive to the opinions of students and administration, and they are cleaning up their acts. But, as Henry James remarked, the Aristotelian '.'golden mean" in human behavior can only be discovered by exploring its extremes. These students are doing just that - not necessarily to my entire approval. But then, whose behavior ever gets total approval? • .The tonal virtues of alliteration notwithstanding, I would prefer, however, that the RUB Rats clean up their collective name: After all, rats eat filth, survive at all costs, and spread disease These students do none of the above. They are a bright and imaginative. They test the waters of reality in ways that young folks should in the business of making sense of the world. They are also nice, ca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

Editorial Policy The Behrend Collegian's editorial opinion is determined by the Editor, with the Editoi holding final responsibility. Opinions expressed on the editorial pages are not necessarily those of The Behrend Collegian, The Behrend College, or The Pennsylvania State University. Brown-Thompson Newspapers, the publishers of The Behrend Collegian , is a separate corporate institution from Perm 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 or do...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

RATs could be more considerate I would like to thank the editoi of the Collegian for bringing the RUB Rat's behavior to the attention of Behrend. I totally agree with him and would like to add a few comments. What I find most distressing about the RUB Rats is that they seem to be sexually frustrated and they release their pent up frustrations in a public lounge. Last week, I walked by the lounge where two couches were pushed together. On the pseudoking-sized bed two people (One male, one female — Thank God!) were feverishly groping each other as if one of them was being sent to the electric chair in thirty seconds. I, for one, don't really like to see something like that before I eat (or attempt to eat) my lunch. 1 would appreciate it if the RUB Rats would be a little more considerate and behave in a slightly more mature manner. The Rub Rats will probably read this and sneer; I suppose ignorance is bliss. Sherry Simpson SlwmSimpssn Fifth Semester, COMBA

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

Holiday bazaar a banquet of goodies by Jake Giunta Collegian Staff Writer As if it's over before it started, Thanksgiving break ended, and after getting nagged at for long hair, messy rooms, dirty clothes, sleeping in, not eating enough vegetables, and the G.P.A., which doesn't quite top a 4.0, I said, "Bye Mom, . . .Ttove you too, " before getting in the car leaving for school. The next day, I wandered towards class unprepared for the assault about to take place on my wallet which mom had so kindly stuffed. It's formal name is the Holiday Bazaar; I call it a reasonablecause to postpone doing laundry for a few days, or at least until Mr. Mac Machine feels like giving me a cash advance on my Christmas present. The first table to catch my. eye was the Santa Photo prepared by the Behrend Players, but thien I remembered that in every Santa Photo ever taken of me since birth, I've been crying, oh well. Then I carrie~t>y tne German Ciut>, they were selling these . . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

Don_'t let finals get you down by Melissa Youkers Collegian Staff Writer With finals just around the corner and school nearing it's end, Students are beginning to feel the urgency of studying to achieve their goals. To maintain satisfactory semester grades, many rely on sufficient study for final exams. In _mostcases, final exam scores determine a great percentage of the student's semester grade. In fact, the range of percentage generally lies between 25 to 40.! Of course, this causes a great deal of stress on the average student. So much in some cases that the student plunges all of his time into study and neglects his own personal needs such as proper sleep, diet and exercise. In order to gain better understanding of how students can study successfully, I talked with Mary- Jane Hamilton, RN of Behrend's own Health Center. She suggessted that students re-evaluate their study habits. Studying demands all of your attention, so choose a place free from noise and other distract...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 11 December 1986

Music Review by Paul Miniger Collegian Staff Writer Probably the best part of reviewing albums for the Behrend Collegian is getting to keep them when I'm finished. And with the exception of a few duds, most of the albums I review are pretty good. However, only once in a while does an album come along that is truly exceptional. You know - the kind that never leaves your turntable, or the one that you play so loud it shakes pictures off your walls and blows birds out of their nests! Well, such is the case with the new Stevie Ray Vaughan album, Live Alive. New Album? I guess it is not entirely correct to call Live Alive a new album. With the exception of three new songs, most of Live Alive consists of older hits re-recorded at Montreux and the Austin Opera House. And since it is a live album, most of the fourteen tracks feature extended guitar riffs from Stevie Ray and his brother Jimmie Vaughan (Fabulous Thunderbirds). The result is a seemingly endless Jam session from start t...

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