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Emory researchers unlock secrets of Peeps [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

Emory researchers unlock secrets of Peeps College Press Exchange ATLANTA (CPX) - Haven't worked your way through that Easter candy yet? You may want to reconsider that postholiday indulgence. Before eating another Peep, those marshmallow birds and bunnies that appear in stores around Easter, you might want to consider the findings of two researchers at Emory University. On a sugar buzz after downing one too many of the colorful, spongy creatures, Gary Falcon and Jim Zimnng set out to explain them. They dropped Peeps into boiling water and were astounded that they didn't dissolve. In fact, the only liquid researchers tried that the candy couldn't withstand was phenol, a chemical used to dissolve proteins. That led Falcon, a computer administrator, and Zimring, a medical student, to conclude that Peeps aren't mostly sugar after all. They are made of gelatin, sugar and corn syrup. After that initial discovery, the pair decided that Peeps needed to be tested more rigorously. T...

Publication Title: Behrend Beacon (1998-2010)
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
May the force be with him:George Lucas donates $1.5 Million to USC [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

May the force be with him:George Lucas donates $1.5 Million to USC College Press Exchange LOS ANGELES (CPX) - "Star Wars" director George Lucas passed along the force in the form of a $1.5 million donation to the University of Southern California's School of Cinema-Television that will be used to build a new digital studio. Construction of the 20,000-square-foot building, which will house the latest and greatest technology in digital filmmaking, will get underway in June. The new studio will be named after Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa and will be an addition to the Robert Zemeckis Center for Digital Arts, which is set for completion in 2001. The studio will be funded in part by the $5 million gift Zemeckis donated to the cinema school in October. Lucas, who is responsible for the "Star Wars" trilogy and "American Graffiti," graduated from USC in 1966. He donated money in the 1980s to build the George Lucas Instructional Building for the School of Cinema-Television. He s...

Publication Title: Behrend Beacon (1998-2010)
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Seeking Y2K getaway, some head for the Ozark Hills [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

Seeking Y2K getaway, some head for the Ozark Hills By Claudia Kolker, Los Angeles Times SPRINGDALE, Ark. _ If it weren't for the bug, F. Paul Haag could really savor the view: icy trees, misted hilltops, a fish-filled lake at his land's edge. But the bug is too present in the 53-year-old computer consultant's thoughts. It keeps him busy filling propane tanks, installing generators, amassing enough grain to feed a family for two years. The bug isn't anything endemic to this swath of the South. It's the Y2K programming glitch preoccupying computer technicians and many others as 2000 approaches. Last summer, it worried Haag enough for him to move from Sacramento, Calif., to this breathtaking mountaintop, where he thinks he might soon need to live off the land. "It's not a question of if, it's just a matter of how bad," Haag says of the Y2K bug's potential for disruption. "It's not unwise to be prudent." Across the country, small but noticeable clumps of migrants, the far end of...

Publication Title: Behrend Beacon (1998-2010)
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Navigator dismissed from Marines in gondola crash [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

Navigator dismissed from Marines in gondola crash By Shirley E. Perlman, Newsday CAMPLEJEUNE, N.C. _ After three hours of deliberations, a military jury of nine Marine officers sentenced Capt. Joseph Schweitzer Friday to dismissal from the service, a penalty equivalent to dishonorable discharge. The jury decided not to incarcerate Schweitzer, which agreed with a plea-bargain negotiated earlier, when Schweitzer pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy and obstruction of justice for destroying a videotape taken the day his jet sliced the cable of a gondola in Aviano, Italy, causing the deaths of 20 people. The terms of the agreement, which was under seal, were revealed by military judge Col. Alvin Keller after the jury reached its decision. "I respect the decision that was made by my peers," Schweitzer said at a news conference. "This has been a long, painful chapter of my life that is finally concluded." Asked what he would do next, he said, "My immediate plans are basicall...

Publication Title: Behrend Beacon (1998-2010)
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Sidney Gottlieb, CIA's Answer to James Bond's Q, dies at 80 [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

Sidney Gottlieb, CIA's Answer to James Bond's Q, dies at 80 By Elaine Woo, Los Angeles Times James Bond had Q, the scientific wizard who supplied 007 with dazzling gadgets to deploy against enemy agents. The CIA had Sidney Gottlieb, a Bronx-bom biochemist with a Ph.D. from the California Institute of Technology whose job as head of the agency's technical services division was to concoct the tools of espionage, disappearing inks, poison darts, toxic handkerchiefs. Gottlieb died on March 7 in Washington, Va. He was 80. His family did not divulge the cause of his death. Gottlieb once mailed a lethal handkerchief to an Iraqi colonel and personally ferried a deadly bacteria to the Congo to kill Prime Minister Patrice Lamumba. It wasn't his potions that eventually did in the two targets, but Gottlieb, once described by a colleague as the ultimate "good soldier," soldiered on. His sole preoccupation during 22 years with the CIA was not the poisons and the darts, however. He labored...

Publication Title: Behrend Beacon (1998-2010)
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Melissa suspect matched Internet sleuths expectations [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

Melissa suspect matched Internet sleuths expectations By Leslie Walker, The Washington Post Cybersleuths had been peering into cyberspace, collecting clues about the Melissa virus author, for eight full days before David L. Smith was arrested in New Jersey Friday and charged with being the culprit. So it came as no surprise to software analysts when newspapers reported that the 30-ycar-old Smith was working as a computer programmer, had filed for bankruptcy in Florida three years ago and was now living alone in a Monmouth County, N.J., apartment with two cats and a big pile of computers. Analysts already had been tracing the digital fingerprints left across the Internet by the creator of Melissa, the nasty virus that overloaded e-mail systems worldwide. Even as Smith was being released on bail, electronic profiles based on Internet "aliases" were being linked lo him through such clues as Smith's private e-mail account DLSmith(a)monmouth.com. The online persona that emerged, ...

Publication Title: Behrend Beacon (1998-2010)
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High-Tech outreach to Bush [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

High-Tech outreach to Bush By Ceci Connolly, The Washington Post A not-so-friendly welcome awaits Vice President Gore when he arrives in California Monday. Fifty prominent technology executives have taken out an ad in the San Jose Mercury News pointedly urging Texas' Republican Gov.Gcorge W. Bush, not the high-tech vice president, to run for president. The ad, signed by Republican members of the bipartisan Technology Network political action committee, cites issues such as education and tort reform as reasons they back Bush the younger. "We're a diverse constituency and no single candidate or party embodies the industry," the ad notes. The ad reveals a split in the prominent investment firm of Kleiner Perkins. While partner John Doerr is co-hosting a $ 1,000-a-head fundraiser for Gore, fellow partner Floyd Kvamme is one of the driving forces behind the Bush recruitment. Some of the other big Silicon Valley names backing Bush include Jim Barksdale, CEO and president of Netsca...

Publication Title: Behrend Beacon (1998-2010)
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

The Beacon is now seeking editors for the academic year. 999-2000 Applicants for editor-in chief should contact Ken Miller in the Office of Student Affairs Reed Union Building for an application. The deadline for submission is Friday, April 9, 1 Applicants for editorial and managerial positions should contact The Beacon directly either by mail at the Reed Union Building or through e-mail at behrcoll5 @ aol.com by Friday, April 9, 1999. available include positions managing editor news editor wire services editor associate editor (calendar question of the week, police & safety) office manager distribution manager features editor sports editor business manager advertising manager layout editor photo editor editorial page editor Editors can receive academic credit for their work. Managers may receive business credit or stipends. Others interested in working as reporters, columnists, or advertising sales staff for next academic year are also we...

Publication Title: Behrend Beacon (1998-2010)
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Visit Tessaro's bar and grill for the best burgers in the 'Burgh [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

Visit Tessaro's bar and grill for the best burgers in the 'Burgh By Roger Burlingame staff writer When you next find yourself in Pittsburgh, it would be a shame if you didn't visit Tessarro's for the best hamburgs in town. Tessarro's is a small bar located in Bloomfield on Liberty Avenue. My good friend heard from the most reliable of sources (his father who imports high quality beef), that Tessarro's simply had the best burgers around. So we were in Pittsburgh and thought we'd give it a try. To my surprise we had to wait for a table because we didn't make reservations. This is the only bar I've ever encountered where it was necessary to make reservations. So we waited a half hour until we were able to be seated. While we waited at the bar we were able to enjoy the fully stocked, fully top shelf bar, which wasn't too expensive considering the quality and diversity of it; the place had about twelve beers on tap, from I.C. Light to Guinness, quality liquor and quality wine. I ...

Publication Title: Behrend Beacon (1998-2010)
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Tambellini s restaurant combines class with delicious Italian food [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

Tambellini s restaurant combines class with delicious Italian food By Roger Burlingame staff writer During our exceptionally long Easter break I was able to visit Pittsburgh. While I was there I was lucky enough to dine at Tambellini's, a fine Italian restaurant located just outside of Mt. Lebanon on Rt. 51. There is another Tambellini's in Bridgeville, which isn't that far away but I can only speak for this location. As we pulled up to this "family restaurant," we discovered it was valet parking only and the entire time I was there I wasn't able to open one door for myself. As we stepped inside we were greeted by at least three Italian men, right out of Goodfellas, who made us feel very comfortable and saw to our needs splendidly. The atmosphere was elegant, with beautiful chandeliers on the ceiling and fine Italian paintings on the wall. I felt out of place because I wasn't wearing a tie. The forty-foot, oval shaped bar, almost filled the entire lounge, which was full of p...

Publication Title: Behrend Beacon (1998-2010)
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

ACROSS 1 Can opener? 4 Paler 10 Invitation acronym 14 "Mogambo" star Gardner 15 Brown shade 16 And others, in brief 17 _ quartet 19 Landscape dip 20 Scales of the zodiac 21 Had doubts about 23 "Lohengrin" lady 24 Opposite of masc. 25 Fashion magazine 26 _ de mer 28 Saintly glows 32 Possess 35 'The Man Who _ There" 37 Skillful deceit 38 Credulity 40 Educational environment 42 Mosaic pieces 43 Actor Hawke 45 Hit head-on 46 In matched pairings 48 Final degree 50 Valuable stones 51 Tiller's tool 53 Racetrack figures 57 Made right 60 Angler's basket 61 Neighborhood 62 With insolence 64 Hammer's head 65 Parent, for example 66 Right angle 67 Millennia 68 Intuits 69 Shall of light DOWN 1 Data display 2 Effective use 3 Pointed remarks 4 On the waves 5 Titled Brit © 1999 Tribune Media Services, Inc. 4/8/99 All rights reserved. '^ 6 "Steppenwolf author 7 Monstrous 8 Ballplayer Slaughter 9 Door knocker 10 Sioux chief 11 More majestic 12 Latin farewell 13 Stated one's case 18 Writer Stok...

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' 'II ^ w.—^~»w_^_^^w~- . . . "^.m^^^ Website of the week By David Young staff writer Got Merch? If not, IM get it. <Gotmerch.cont> is the place to be for merchandise and entertainment. Got Merch offers merchandise from a ton of bands, a few movies, and a few more tv shows. Anything from t-shirts to calendars can be found representing a number of different entertainment icons. Or check out Merch Two, where you can talk in a chat room or watch live videos from your favorite band. At Got Merch you can choose from Music Merch, Movie and TV Merch, Lifestyle Merch, or Merch Two. Each category represents a different form of media and entertainment where you can look at merchandise and download music. Music Merch is by far the biggest category, where you will be able to find the most stuff. Some of the most interesting things can be found under the category of Lifestyle Merch. Here is where you will find the broadest range of items from anything such as extreme wear t...

Publication Title: Behrend Beacon (1998-2010)
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Yankees, Indians, Braves are teams to beat in '99 [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

Yankees, Indians, Braves are teams to beat in '99 Out of Bounds JASON SNYDER Very rarely in recent baseball history does the word "dynasty" come to mind. In fact, the last time a Major League Baseball team won three consecutive World Series Championships was in 1972-74 with the Oakland Athletics. Only the Toronto Blue Jays in 1992-93 have repeated as champs in the past 20 years. So where does this put the 1999 New York Yankees? Basing their chances on the past, the image of seeing the Yanks on baseball's pedestal is rather blurry. But base the Yankees' chances on reality and the picture seems quite clear. How can anyone go against a team that only months ago was considered the greatest ever? Add to that, the fact that the most consistent batting order in baseball history is back in full force. That alone is enough to convince many fans that the Yankees are the team to beat. The talk of the off-season when any team wins a championship involves the stress and concern of retu...

Publication Title: Behrend Beacon (1998-2010)
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Mark McGwire faces huge task to reach Henry Aaron's 755 [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

Mark McGwire faces huge task to reach Henry Aaron's 755 [Down to the Wire.., J by Gene Guidi Knight-Ridder Newspapers * _ . ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Cardinals senior field coordinator George Kissel), the man who gave Sparky Anderson his first manager's job, says he has seen all the great power hitters - even Babe Ruth. "And none of them - including Ruth - hit home runs like Mark McGwire," said Kissell, in his 80s. Kissell spoke as he watched another batting practice power show by McGwire. "No one ever has hit the ball as hard or as far as McGwire," Kissell said. Or as often. It's a new season, but McGwire already has served notice that he's still a threat to homer every time he steps to the plate. During Monday's rain-delayed opener, McGwire hit one homer, but easily could have had three. One ball carried near the wall in rightfield, and another stayed in the park in center after McGwire hit it on the end of the bat. But the St. Louis first baseman reminded everyone after the game...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

Attention Seniors The deadline for ordering caps and gowns from the Penn State Behrend Bookstore is Friday, April 9.

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Former PSU basketball standout speaks at Behrend [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

Former PSU basketball standout speaks at Behrend BEHREND BRIEFS Angie Potthoff, a former Penn State basketball standout, spoke at Behrend this past Tuesday to as part of "National Student-Athlete Day." The luncheon was held in Dobbins' Gazebo Room and was open to all Behrend studentathletes. Behrend currently has nearly 150 student-athletes which gave the day more meaning for the college. Potthoff has strong ties to both Penn State and the Erie area. She played high school ball at Mercyhurst Prep and was a key participant in the Nittany Lions' basketball program. Potthoff graduated from University Park in May 1997 after four solid seasons on the court. She is the fourth all-time leading scorer at Penn State (with 1,724) points and rebounder (with 918). She also holds the all-time record for career field goal percentage at PSU at 57.4%. While she was on the roster, the Nittany Lions won two consecutive Big Ten Tournament Championships and made three NCAA appearances. After gr...

Publication Title: Behrend Beacon (1998-2010)
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Mandy Bodnor earns second AMCC Athlete of the Week Award [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

Mandy Bodnor earns second AMCC Athlete of the Week Award Behrend softball player Mandy Bodnor received her second Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Athlete of the Week award this past week for her role in the Lions' 7-1 week. Bodnor is a junior pitcher/third baseman for the Behrend women and has been sharp on both sides of the bat. Bodnor pitched in Behrend's wins over conference opponents Lake Erie, Pitt-Bradford and Pitt-Greensburg to move the Lions into a tie for the AMCC lead. She is 12-3 already this season on the mound. Bodnor hit .500 on the week with 14 hits. She finished the week with 16 RBI's and five home runs. She slammed seven long balls on the year which is a new Behrend record for a season. Bodnor is from Pittsburgh, PA where she attended Shaler High School.

Publication Title: Behrend Beacon (1998-2010)
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Behrend tennis off to slow start [Newspaper Article] — Behrend Beacon (1998-2010) — 8 April 1999

Behrend tennis off to slow start by Mike Frawley assistant editor The Behrend men's tennis team is still looking to hit their stride this season. They have dropped their first three matches of the season, losing to Allegheny on March 16, Grove City on March 18, and Penn State Altoona on March 27. This gives the tennis team an 0-1 record in the AMCC, with an 0-3 record overall. They are hoping to end their losing streak in their next two matches at Alfred on April 6th at 3:00 p.m. and at Edinboro on April 7th at 3:00 p.m. The coach of the tennis team, Jeff Barger, was unavailable for comment.

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