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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

Fraternities Zeta Beta Tau fraternity looks at forming new chapter at Behrend by Monica Michel Collegian Staff Writer The newest fraternity hopeful on campus is Zeta Beta Tau, an international fraternity with chapters in both the United States and Canada. Zeta Beta Tau's format of recruiting members is different from other fraternities here on campus. After a bid is offered, one is automatically considered a brother. Then he goes through an education process - pledging — to learn the ways and rites of the fraternity. Ray Van Duscn, president of ZBT, says the quality of a brother is always a matter of great importance. Brothers arc expected to be an active part of the fraternity in the areas of education and the community, as well as the social scene. On September 20, ZBT will hear from the Inter-Greek Council whether or not they have gained acceptance. Mike Harvey, vice president of ZBT, says there has much interest shown by students on campus. Interested students should...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

Police Report Police arrest five in alcohol-related offenses by Carol Mandera Collegian Staff Writer Behrcnd's Department of Police and Safety arrested five people for alcohol-related offenses in three separate incidents last week. According to the department's files, on September 12, campus police were called to an oncampus apartment to arrange ambulance transportation for a resident student. It was determined that the individual was drunk and that she had fallen and hit her head. However, she was uninjured and transportation to a hospital was not required. Police arrested her for underaged drinking and another Bchrcnd student with furnishing alcoholic beverages to a minor. Al 1:18 am on September 16, police arrested a male student for driving under the influence, reckless driving, and driving on the sidewalk. Records indicate that the suspect was driving on the sidewalk between apartment buildings one and eight. At 5:00 am on September 16, two New York residents were cha...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

Tau Kappa Epsilon moves to end hazing at local and national levels Local president: Pledging not what it was 10 years ago by Greg Farrell Collegian Staff Writer The Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) fraternity has taken steps to phase out the age-old process of pledging. After 1KE chapters from around the world met in Indiana this past August, they agreed that the traditional pledging period carried with it an "Animal House" stereotype, while the associated hazing created liability questions. James Taylor, president of the Behrend TKEs, was at the Indiana meeting and fully supports the change. "To survive, the current Greek system simply won't...because pledging is not what it was 10 years ago." The typical fraternity or eororily starts each semester with a Rush Week where students interested in joining Greek organizations arc encouraged to sign up. Members of the organization then call and mcci with prospective members. Those applicants that arc looked u)on favorably receive bids, ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

Common Man does uncommonly well at Behrcnd's Battle of the Bands by Michael Gettleman Collegian Staff Writer A band from Jamestown, New York, including a Behrend studenl on drums, surpassed four othei bands in last weekend's "Battle of the Bands." The decision was based on sound quality and stage prescence. Rain didn't dampen the spirits of those involved with the fourth annual "Battle of the Bands." "Friction" was headlining this musical field day, but for the bands competing, a serious grand prize of $300 was at stake. With the stage moved to the friendly confines of the Wintergreen Theater, this festival of fresh music began. The first band to appear was the "Funn Band" from Oil City. This four-man band demonstrated a great deal of ability as members traded instruments and three performers sang lead during their six song set. They even threw in a little choreography during "The Hippy Hippy Shake". Unfortunately, being the first band to perform, they didn't have too much o...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

ROTC Rangers recruit On Monday, September 11, the Behrend ROTC Ranger Club held a demonstration for over forty perspective new members. The demonstration featured an ambush, followed by the tactical rope bridge crossing over a nearby stream. The team was led by squad leader Dana Grudzien, and team leaders Andy Zimmer and Larry Corr. The rest of the team consisted of cadets Tony DcMarco, Mark Kloock. Mike DcMarco. Todd Everett, and Mark Rayburg. Some of the perspective members also fired M-16's, and the M-60 automatic machine gun. They also had a chance to hook up and cross the stream over the rope bridge. Interested students can go to Ihe ROTC office, located on the lower level of the Glenhill Farmhouse, at 5:30 pm any Monday afternoon and talk to the Ranger Club commander.

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

Editorial Policy The Behrend Collegian's editorial opinion is determined by the editor, with the editor holding final responsibility. Opinions expressed in the Collegian are not necessarily those of the Behrend Collegian or the Pennsylvania State University. Letter Policy: The Behrend Collegian encourages letters on news coverage, editorial content and university affairs. Letters should be typewritten, double-spaced and signed by no more than two persons. Letters should be no longer than 400 words. Letters should include the semester and major of the writer. All letters should provide the address and phone number of the writer 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 not conform to standards of good taste. Postal Information: The Behrend Collegian (898-6488) is published weekly by the students of the Behrend College; The Reed Union Building, Station Road, Erie, Pa 16563.

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

Attention Readers: Are you out there? We're wondering if you're out there. This is third edition of The Collegian and so far we've received a staggering total of one lctttcr to the editor. No one even said anything when we suggested burning the flag might not be such a bad thing. We're waiting to hear from you. Seems the only way for us to get us get any mail is to spell someone's name wrong. If you have a complaint or comment about our news coverage or editorial stance, let us know about it. Or, if you've got some radical, left-wing ideas you'd like to share, send those in too. Simply follow the rules in the letters policy statement below and the floor is yours. On the subject of news coverage: If you have an idea for a news story or know of something unusual that's happening, let us know. The Collegian tries to keep track of what happens on campus, but it's hard to catch everything. We welcome any and all ideas for news stories. You don't have to be a staff member to contrib...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

Letters Folic? Statement ** Students frequently ask us if they can write an editorial. By definition, the answer is always no. An editorial represents the official stand of a newspaper on a given issue and is generally written by one of the newspaper's editors. Hence the name editorial. We do however welcome the opinions of our readers, submitted in the form of letters to the editor. Letters may address topics of general campus interest or may respond to the Collegian's news or editorial content Letters should be typewritten, signed by no more than two persons and should be turned in by 5 pm on Friday prior to the desired publication date.

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

LOVE ROB It's so confusing by Rob Prindle It has come to my attention that I use the word "hate" a little too freely in my columns and in my daily conversations. Surely it is not healthy for a person to be so full of hatred. Maybe I use the word so frequently because I like to generally write about things that I feel strongly about, and maybe in some way that is a bad thing to do. I must admit that there are many things in this world that leave me quite confused. Not every issue gives me a sure feeling about which side I should be on. Not every issue is as easy as hating freshmen. Take this argument for example: "I think that all drugs should be legalized. The drug problem in this country could be eliminated if the government would regulate drugs and take the underworld influences out of dealing. Use drugstores and tax the product. Bam, the government is making tax dollars where before they were losing millions fighting drug traffic." But how about this counter argument: "It w...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

I Thp "^ ^ilpfji sil I Published weekly by trie students of Behrend College, Erie, Pa i (814) 898-6488 Member of College Press Service Editor...James Martin Assistant Editor....Todd J. Irwin Entertainment Editor....Robb Frederick Sports Editor....John Musser Columns Editor....Rob Prindle Photo Coordinator....Rick Brooks Business Manager....Stan Lefes Advertising Manager....Christie Redmond Advisor....Dr. Mike Simmons I The Collegian is a student-edited newspaper

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

Mark finds out what women think about men and it's not pretty. by Mark Owens Collegian Staff Writer Not too long ago I was studying in Perry Hall when our study group started talking about the differences between men and women. Perry Hall, by the way, has the world's thinnest walls. They look like they're made of large substantial blocks but are only two inches thick, letting you hear everything next door. I'm no( sure what the folks in room 259 were doing with chocolate sauce, marshrnallows and a Twister game, but I'm pretty upset that I wasn't invited. Now in the relative safely of the Collegian office, I can answer some of the questions asked by women about men. Men, it seems, have strange and disgusting kitchen habits. At least that's what the women were : saying. Actually wc don't have strange and disgusting habits, we just have a practical outlook to . this particular room. Take pitcher-drinking for example. A container of something, whether it's milk, orange juice, ic...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

Fun at the beach: Erie style by Ed Miseta For as long as I can remember, Erie has been known for just one thing: Presque Isle State Park. Tourists from all over the tri-state area flock to our wonderful city every summer to swim and sunbathe on these beautiful, wind swept, sandy beaches. Year after year they come, picnic baskets and coolers in hand, set for a fun day of picnicking in the sun. The day normally includes eating, drinking, frisbee playing, and boat dodging, as well as many other fun activities. This year, however, the peninsula had even more to offer. And judging from the reactions of the tourists that I interviewed down there, this made the trip even more pleasurable than ever. "I enjoyed fecal-coliform counting the best" said George Hinklcman, a vacationer from Oil City. "It was something that the whole family could do together, and that made it especially enjoyable." Fecal-coliform counting is something new that the park started just this year. Before a touri...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

Sire CD sampler offers new music at small cost Various artists contribute to "Just Say Mao by Rob Farnham Collegian staff writer Cassettes still hold the largest share of the market, and vinyl LPs arc still available if you're willing to look for them, but the hot format in the music industry at present is the compact digital audio disc, or CD. Aside from the tremendous dynamic range and virtually noiseless sound reproduction made possible by the digital encoding of music, CDs have other characteristics, such as track programmability and a potential recording length of 80+ minutes, which the recording industry I Entertainment hopes to use to increase the acceptance and market share of the format. Sire Records' vehicle for promotion, both of the CD and of its own artists, is the compact disc sampler. "Just Say Mao (Volume III of Just Say Yes) " is the latest in their series of compilations of rarities, remixes, and B-sides from the many performers the label represents. It...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

11 Uncle Buck" moves in by Christ! Luden Collegian Staff Writer In today's movie world, there are a lot of different opinions circulating about a lot of different movies. No one's opinion is right or wrong, it's just a case of personality or preference. I ran into this dilemma while viewing a recent comedy, "Uncle Buck." Some said it was stupid while others said it was extremely hilarious. The story begins wilh a typical family of five who recently moved to a large house in the suburbs. Both parents work and apparently earn substantial salaries. This doesn't seem to please•, the children though, because they'd rather have their parents around than be left to fend for themselves. Just as the causes for the family's unhappincss arc introduced, the phone rings and mom and dad have to go away, because grandpa just had a heart attack. Since the children have just started at their new schools, their parents feel it's better lo find someone to stay with them instead of uprooting th...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

Entertainment Briefs Neneh Cherry drops tour spot Pop songstress Ncnch Cherry has been forced to drop her position as an opening act for the Fine Young Cannibals. After collapsing backstage at the September 6th MTV Music Video Awards show, Cherry was diagnosed as having Lyme disease. Van Halen reunion denied Guitarist Edward Van Halcn recently squelched rumors that vocalist David Lcc Roth would be returning to the band. After a well-publicized split between Roth and Van Halcn, the original band frontman began to spiral into a musical drought. Industrialists attack Dr. Seuss Leaders of the Laylonvillc, California, timber industry hope to ban "The Lorax" by children's writer Dr. Scuss. They deem the book offensive and unnecessary because it depicts a negative image of the timber industry. New releases slated Several new releases will soon be arriving in music stores. On October 2nd, Tracy Chapman will release "Crossroads," the follow up to her award-winning debut. The Grateful D...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

Matchbox Players prepare for season Talk Radio by Joe Williams The Behrend Studio Theater will be a radio station on November 8th. That's when The Matchbox Players' production of "Talk Radio" opens. "We have a very ambitious set and sound design," says director Steve Buckwald. "We're atempting to create a radio station and make the voices (of the characters) sound as if they're coming over the phone. "We are going for a nontraditional design," says Buckwald, "Events of the play will happen in spaces all around the theater. The eyes and cars of the audience will have to keep moving. "1 ' Buckwald's purpose in doing this is to stir the audience's imaginations. The first purpose (of theater) is to entertain," Buckwald said, "but I believe that it shouldn't be the end-all purpose." Buckwald wants to give the audience something to think about. He said "the audience should walk away asxing questions." "Talk Radio" is based on the true story of Alien Berg, the host of a-radio talk ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 20 September 1989

"Uncle Buck" tries babysitting (continued from page 7) Buck in charge. That's where the comedy begins to pick up steam. From here on, the movie is gutsplitting in more than a few places. Buck, an unemployed slob who enjoys his freedom lo drink, smoke and gamble to excess, has no experience with children and can't even remember the names of his nieces and nephews. He decides to move in with the children, however, because ii gives him an exit from the otherwise unescapablc pressures of future marriage and imminent parenthood with his girlfriend of eight years. Amy Madigan proves her comic ability throughout her portrayal of Buck's beloved. The younger children adore their carefree and fun-loving uncle, while the oldest girl, played to rebellious perfection by newcomer Jean Kelly, gives Buck, like everyone else in her world, as much trouble as possible. The conflicts between Buck and his eldest niece, combined with the handling of Buck's relationship problems, allow this film...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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