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

Fiesta Bowl application due Dec, 12 Penn State University will play the University of Miami on January 2, 1987, at Tempe, Arizona in the Fiesta Bowl. The game will be played at 7:00 pm Mountain Time. The following are ticket arrangements for currently enrolled full-time students and members of the faculty and staff. AH ticket sales will be by lottery' with one application person; two tickets maximum per application. Each ticket is $25.00. The application deadline is December 12,1986; 4:30 pm. No cash will be accepted, checks or money orders should be made payable to: The Pennsylvania State University. . Send orders directly to: Student Staff Bowl Tickets, Athletic Ticket Office, Beaver Stadium. University Park, PA 16802. Applications should include: payment, applicant's full name, social security number, name of campus attending or at which employed, address 10 which tickets are to be mailed. Telephone, inquiries can be made to (S14) 865-7567. No ticket orders can be accepte...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

IBM Mainframe added to computer center University Relations—Penn State-Behrend became the first college in the country to receive an IBM 4381 mainframe through a computer loan program from the IBM corporation when the system, one of the most modern in a line of high-tech hardware, was installed this month. The IBM 4381 came to Behrend through an agreement between the IBM corporation's ACIS (Academic Information Systems) computer loan program (a program which markets computer systems to colleges and Universities by offering "rent to own" packages) and Penn State University. The 4381, which is the most advanced system in IBM's 4300 line, had, not been previously offered through the ACIS program. According to Dr. Jack Burke, associate provost and associate dean of Penn State-Behrend, the computer, which is located in the Penn State-Behrend's General Electric Foundation Computer Center, will.provide the college's faculty and studetns with hands-on experience on one of the most upt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

ABC program schedules celebrity author These men stand in the shadow of injustice ... See theDead by Michele Miller Collegian Staff Writer "Early in the spring of 1750, in the village of Juffure, four days upriver from the coast of The Gambia, West Africa, a manchild was born to Omoro and Binta Kinte.-.the two wrinkled midwives, old Nyo Boto and tKe baby's grandmother, Yaisa, saw that it was a boy and laughed with joy. According to the forefathers, a boy firstborn presaged the special blessings of Allah not only upon the parents but also-upon the parents' families; and there was the prideful knowledge that the name Kinte would thus be both distinguished and perpetuated." And so begins Roots, a saga of Afro-American heritage as experienced by on family. Twelve years were spent writing and researching its almost 600 pages. Its author, Alex Haley, will visit Behrend March 28 as part of a week-long cultural event. Sponsored by the Association of Black Collegians, the program, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

Graduate Research Center possible by Craig Altmire Collegian Staff Writer i_^c,, Erie'-s _^ corporate leaders .are hoping to see a world-class graduate research center at Penn State-Behrend within four years. The Erie Conference on Community Development, an organization consisting of over 100 Cheif Executive Officers from the Erie area, beleives that development of such an institution at Behrend would aid in the revitalization of northwestern Pennsylvania's economy. According to the Conference, the center would create new products and jobs as well as bring new firms to the area. Penn State's strategic plan for Behrend included the development of a graduate research center but the original plans called for a completion date in the year 2000. The University is now hoping to "fast track" the plan. The "fast track" program calls for a completion date in 1991, nine years earlier than originally planned. If this target date is to be met, newly inaugurated Gov. Casey must pledge th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

PI fPB _tl_^_PfltJ_^ EHC _HlBli Congressman Ridge p. 2 Bookstore Addition p. 3 Bury the Dead ...p. 5 Music Review p. 5 Behrend continues a tradition of giving p. 6 Endless Summer.... p. 7 Behrend's Best p. 9

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

The 1987 Housing Fair Finding a home at University Park University Pare—The Housing Pair *87 is scheduled Feb. 6 and 7, 1987. This special weekend provides an opportunity for students and their families to explore housing opportunities on the University Park campus of the Pennsylvania State University and in the adjacent State College community. The Fair will -be held in the Hetzel Union _Building (HUB) Ballroom on campus from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm both days. Rental agency representations will be available to discuss housing both on the University Park Campus and in the State College area. In addition, exhibitors from local transportations, utility, code and safety enforcement agencies, and commercial enterprises will complete an overall view of the living environment in this Centre region of Pennsylvania. Saturday will be a special day, with walking tours of University residence halls and bus tours through a variety of State College area rental complexes at 10:00 am, noon,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

news by Michelle Grasmick Collegian Contributing Writer What would you do if someone offered to pay for your tuition, books, activities, and supplies required for your major, and give you $1000 to boot? You'd probably think he was joking. Well, in actuality, the Army does award scholarships that provide all of this, and more. All you have to do is apply. If you're thinking it 's too late for you to win a scholarship, then you should know a few more things. First of all, it isn't too late for freshmen and sophmores not enrolled in ROTC. There is a special advanced ROTC basic program for those non-ROTC students who win scholarships. To apply, you must have at least two academic years remaining in your college career. You must also be enrolled in a degree-seeking program. Your GPA need not be astronomical; however, you must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 to be eligible. Respectively, the higher your GPA, the better your chances for winning a scholarship. There are more advantages...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

Constitution Series brings congressman University Relations-Today, most of America's history remains one-dimensional, restricted to the dog-eared pages of textbooks and occaionally captured on the celluloid of made-for-t.v. documentaries. But Dr. Charles Redenius, the acting director of Penn State-Behrend School of Business, is out to change that. Through his upcoming speaker series, "The Constitution, 1787-1987: People, Personalities, and Politics," Redenius, in addition to celebrating the anniversary of the signing of the country's most vital legal document, will attempt to unmask and flesh-out the characters involved in the drafting of the foundations of American freedom. "The idea is to help students and members of the Erie community understand the people and the events of the day that helped to 'mold this * document which has become so essential to our identity as a nation," explained Redenius, who is organizing the speaker series event. According to Redenius, the purpo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

Commencement ceremonies held by Vicki Sebring Collegian Staff Writer Over Christmas break, Behrend College conducted it's third annual Fall Commencement Ceremony. Seventy-one students gathered (in the Reed lecture hall on Jan. 10) to accept their diplomas and reflect upon the University's growth and development throughout the years. Both the invocation and the benidiction were delovered by the Rev. Ronald Garrett of Behrend's Campus Ministry. Provost and Dean, Dr. John Lilley, welcomed all who attended the ceremony and offered his sincere congratulations to the class of 1986. Along with Dr. Lilley, Craig McClelland, who is chairman of the Council of Fellows, extended a special greetings to the graduates, parents, and guests. A special guest speaker, whom Dr. Lilley announced as a "continual source of pride" for the school, was alumnus Michael T. Joyce. Before Joyce enrolled at Behrend, he served for 13 months as an interrogator and noncommissioned officer in _Vietiam. He was...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

Students remember Martin Luther King, Jr by Mary C. Stewart Collegian Staff Writer Over 50 Behrend students, faculty, and staff joined Americans across the nation in commemorating Martin Luther King's birthday. During a program on January 19, all joined hands to celebrate a man and his ideals. The program was broadcasted live to Behrend 101 via the T-l Carrier from Eisenhower Auditorium at University Park. The scheduled speaker, Charlene Hunter-Gault, was unable to attend due to inclement weather. Replacing her, a panel of Penn State Faculty discussed King and the civil rights movement of the sixities. The program closed with everyone joining hands and. singing "We Shall Overcome." As the nation remembered Martin Luther King in a national holiday for a second year, many questioned what happened to the fervor of the sixties. King had brought blacks and whites to their feet to protest the inequities caused by racial prejudices. The charismatic King rallied minorities to believe ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

Member of The Press Association Editor Jack Homer Feature Editor ...Julie Karasinski Business Manager.. Jacquie Anthony News Editor Steve Aller Photo Coordinator Paul Duda Sports Editor Sue Holmes Adviser Robert DiNicola Staff Craig Altmire Andrea Eiiasz Kevin Mills PaulSarkis Mary Stewart David Bruce Jake Guinta Paul Miniger Pat Schlipf Jill Tourville Stephanie Burrage Mike Golden Tracy Muffett Vicki Sebring Sean Weaver Barb Byers Lisa Hahn Cheryl Nietupski Suzanne Segal Melissa Youkers Michael Cifelli Susanna Jalosky Angela Papaleo Raymond Sines Lori Beals. Julie Clough Sherry Kanzius Lynn Popovich Jill Smith . Rick Brooks Robert Eggleston Holly Lew Chris Rapach Ann Stewart Michelle Miller Mailing Address • Behrond Collegian, Station Road, Erie, PA 16563 REPRESENTED FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY Office located In Reed Union Building CASS Student Advertising, Incorporated Office Hours - 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Monday through Friday 1633 West Central St. Phone:898-6221 Evanston, Illinois 6...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

Education in another land by Michele Miller . Collegian Staff Writer Greece. Egypt. Australia. France. Brazil. Penn State is around the world and through the University's many Education Abroad programs, students can do the same. According to a brochure circulated by the university, the overseas programs are designed to "offer instruction in several disciplines within the context of another culture (and) enrich your general academic studies." Initiated in 1962, Penn State's Education Abroad has grown to include study programs in England, Germany, Italy, Swaziland, USSR, Peru, Kenya, Japan, Spain, Taiwan, and Israel, as well as those countries already mentioned. Depending upon the courses and country selected, students have the option of studying abroad for either one semester or the full academic year. During summer 1987, 3 8-week courses are being offered_^ in England, Israel, Italy and Sardinia. Subject areas in both summer and regular school year programs vary from archite...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

Ministry is here for you Campus Ministry—Ministers (coordinated by Ms. Pamela Griesbach, in the Office of Student Affairs) of various faiths have volunteered their time to make themselves available for professional pastoral services, counseling, map sessions, social events, and on and off-campus opportunities for worship. The "blue-bus" (at no cost to students) leaves the campus at 10:15 am every Sunday morning enroute to the various local churches (see Campus Ministry bulletin board) and returns to Dobbins hall after worship services. The new Spring semester (on campus) counseling schedule is as follows: Monday-Pr. Jon Goshay from 2:30 to 4:30 pm, Fr. Ron Toven from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Wednesday-Pr. Ray Sines from 10:00-11:30 am, Pr. George Schoonmaker from 1:00 to 3:00 pm, Fr. Ron Toven from 7:00 to 9:00. Thursday-Pr. Ron Garrett from 12:00 to 2:00. Friday-Pr. Cliff Hamilton from 9:30 to' 10:30. Saturday-Fr. Ron Toven from 5:00 to 5:30 (for confessions). For further information, co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

Officers of the Accounting Club are looking forward to an exciting and eventful Spring club. Some of the planned activities include seminars conducted by CPA firms from the Erie area as well as events with Gannon . ajad_Edmbp_^Universit.ies _u A.ll those interested in joining are welcomed: The club is not limited to accounting or business majors only. The club' will be holding its meeting on Mondays at noon in the Reed Seminar room.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

Addition planned for the Behrend Bookstore by Barb Byers Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend bookstore will begin renovation in late spring, and should be completed by the spring of 1988.The architect's rendering of the new design is pictured above. John Ream, Director of Opera¬ tions, said the new bookstore will be "built and paid for by profits the store will generate." Profits from the University Park and Capitol campus bookstores will also contribute to Behrend's planned new bookstore. This does not mean, however, that the store is "out to gouge the students" for money, Ream said. Robert MacDonald, Behrend bookstore manager, said, the current bookstore "is no longer adequate" to satisfy the increasing population of students at Behrend. The new, larger facility will be a "major improvement," Mac-Donald added. The current store is acorox imately 2,000 sq. ft., Ream said, and will be enlarged to 8,000 sq. ft., quadrupling in size. The new bookstore will extend into the R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

Glennhill makes office changes by Tracy Muffett Collegian Staff Writer Several offices, including the Financial Aid Office and the Office ol Development and Human Relations, will be relocating within the Glen nhill Farmhouse in the near future. ". The Financial Aid Office will be moving from its present location, upstairs in the South wing, closer to the Admissions Office in the North wing. The Office of Development and Human Relations, presently scattered throughout the building, will be consolidating in one wing. In addition to these two offices, the office of the Administrative Assistant to the Provost will be moving upstairs from its present location downsta'rs in the South wing. The Division of Undergraduate Studies and the Career and Placement Office have already moved put of the Glennhill Farmhouse and into the first floor of the Reed Building. The Finance Office, Admissions Office, and Counselor's office are among those which will not be moving. Supervised by Dean Jo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

Confidential Counseling provided for students by Susanna Jalosky Collegian Staff Writer If you are struggling with a personal problem that you are unable to resolve, or if you simply need someone to talk to that isn't a relative or biased to your way of thinking, you should know that counseling is available to Behrend College students. Personal counseling will be provided by Dr. Brenda Eastman and returning therapist Dr. Louanne Barton. Both counselors are hereto provide a service to the students and will maintain confidentiality in whatever the counseling need. Some of the concerns which may bring a student to counseling are career choices, important decisions, family pressures, relationship problems, loneliness, feelings of depression, and personal struggles. These axe just a few of the things that may require counseling. It/isn't uncommon to encounter added stresses during this crucial time in a student's life. Students are urged to take advantage of this opportunity and may do...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 29 January 1987

Lambda Sigma inductees notified soon by Kevin Mills Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend chapter of Lambda Sigma, a nationwide honor society, is now in the process of notifying prospective Behrend freshmen of its interest in them a possible future members. Lambda Sigma is not a fraternity or a sorority—it is a national honor society which, in order to obtain membership, one must meet certain academic and personal criteria. These are: 1. The student must be a freshman in college. 2. A GPA (Grade Point Average) of 3.0 or higher must have been obtained for fall semester 1986. 3. The student must be enrolled in a baccalaureate degree program. 4. The student must show leadership potential. Qualified students will be receiv ing letters of notification within the month. The letter contains a form to fill out and an invitation to the meeting of the Lambda Sigs in order for the student to see what the organizaton is really all about and whether or not it is for him or her. This year, t...

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