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

ABC program (con't. from paged As of January 20, efforts to in- Grimm, P.J. Brown, Dr. Art elude Dr. Adijewan as a guest lee- Costantino and Susan Blackheim turer haven't produced any definite have also assisted_, results. Adijewan, 1986-87 ABC encourages students, facul-Fulbright Scholarship recipient, is ty and the general public to attend Greg Goldsmith was instrumental a visiting professor at University Park. A native of Nigeria, he teaches social science 110 (The Africans) at Behrend via a Tl carrier. Responsibility for organizing the event rests mainly with Goldsmith, students Michelle Greenwood, Edward Williams, Sean Fleming and Karen Munroe, program advisor Dr. Diana Hume George and club advisor Sandy Edwards. Jamie in planning ABC's program. the events. Following each lecture, receptions will be held for those who would like to meet the speakers and ask questions. A small admittance fee must be paid to view Roots, either at the door or in advance. Week-long passes...

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

First-Aid class presented Police and Safety— On Saturday, Feb. 14, 1987, a Multimedia. First Aid class will be presented at Erie Hall classroom 6 from 8:30 pm to 3:30 pm. The cost will be $15.00 per person. You may sign up at the secretary's office in Erie Hall, Health Services, or Police and Safety. Prepayment will insure your card is available the day of class. Please call Police and Safety ai 898-6227 if you have any questions.

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

opinion __-— _Sjjjl Stream pf Consciousness _^_gg* _ by Paul Sarkis Collegian Staff Writer When male members of the aborignal "Nulla" tribe celebrate their twentieth season, their bodies are painted by the tribe virgins and everybody chants. My twentieth birthday included neither body paints nor painters, and only minimal chanting. Nevertheless, it proved to be an acceptable birthday only without the 'great revelation' one supposedly realizes when one becomes an un-teenager. I have always been fascinated by my mother's preoccupation with the idea that certain ages in a person are coupled with certain attitudes. By her standards, turning twenty is a profound step towards adulthood which should not be taken lightly. I, however, was of the opinion that my twentieth birthday was just another day, which I might have contentedly slept through had not my mother called me at 8:00 am to remind me. She asked me if I felt any older as I entered my second decade. I stopped and thought abo...

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

How much mileage can I get out of this? After last semester's "Little of petty annoyances and isolated Things in Life" I was hesitant to ideas, I've decided to throw cauwrite anothet . article made up of tion to the wind. I do hope the petty annoyances and isolated wind doesn't blow it back in my ideas. But, since I'm so chuck-full face. I've heard caution doesn't wash off easily. . Anyone trying to walk down the steps that lead from Perry Hall tc the Reed Building may find that it's much like trying to walk down a sliding board with banana peels tied to the bottoms of your feet. You may begin rather carefully at the top, make one wrong move and find yourself sprawled outside the lobby of the Wintergreen.Cafe. . . and you know what that means. Jake Guinta, the cartoonist who pens "Psycho Comics" for each issue of the Collegian has spent too much time in prison with Gary Larson. Have you read the advertisement on this page for Valentine's Day personal ads? I can remember when...

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

Let _s Talk by Pastor Ray Sines Collegian Staff Writer How many times have you evei wanted to comment on an issue_, but you never had the opportunity to do so or when you had the opportunity no one would listen? There are many issues, I am quite sure, that you would like to comment on~so let's talk. Now is your chance to be heard—speak up! During the past four years, as an ordained minister in Erie, I have counseled individuals and couples (both young and old) on everything from sex, drugs, alcohol, and smoking to marriage depression, guilt, abuse, and a few other things that I do not care to print. There is no question-these are difficult times for many. However, it is not just the jobless, the alcoholics or the addicts that are experiencing problems. Individuals, as well as very unique problems, vary from one extreem to the other. For example, teen-age suicide is at an all time high. Why? Just a few months ago a young mar stated to me, "Pastor, what is life all about?" "Wh...

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

Editorial Policy The Behrend Collegian's editorial opinion is determined by the Editor, with the Editor 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 Penn State. Letters Policy: The Behrend Collegian encourages comments on news coverage, editorial policy and University affairs. Letters should be _typewrittea,- 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...

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

JANUARY 29,1987 by Susanna Jalosky Collegian Staff Writer Bury the Dead, Behrend Studio Theatre's second production, has been cast. Unlike the musical Two by Two, the theatre's first production, this play takes on a much different tone. The play is about a war two years in progress that is to begin tomorrow. At the time the play was written, the country was anticipating another world war. Irwin Shaw wrote the play in 1935 but its message is timeless. It deals with war and a message of peace. The story is about six soldiers killed on the battlefield. A burial detail is assigned and it is here that the dead soldiers defiantly rise up. The corpses refuse to be buried, and through a series of heartwrenching scenes between the corpses and their loved ones (wives, "Bury the Dead" chills the heart sisters, mothers), the dead soldier; reveal their different reasons foi refusal. The message isn't entirelj anti-war or anti-military;.it's about soldiers who were too young to die and ...

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

SCUBA Club travels to Florida by MSG. Young Collegian Contributing Writer The Behrend Scuba Club during Christmas break decided to make the "big" break and took their first long distance trip to Florida. Leaving the 26th of December, the group included Seniors Mike Gavrilis and Tom Milley; Juniors Glen Hordusky and Cal Fryling; Sophomore Neil Sackett; and Freshmen Mike Gannon and Kevin Weise. Since the divers were using Diver World's van and trailer, the trip was driven in one stretch, changing drivers as necessary and arriving at Gainsville, Florida at six in the morning. A quick breakfast, and off to the first of three days of diving. The first stop was Ginnie Springs. This dive spot offered clear water, in which the divers could see in excess of 100 feet. Once everyone had entered the water and had seen the localresident fish population,-they wereled into the first of several cavern _divefc of the day. This cavern pumps 30 million gallons of constant 74 degree water into th...

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

Dark Symphony highlights Harlem renaissance by Lisa Hahn Collegian Staff Writer Something new and exciting is coming to the Behrend Campus, It's not another dance or anothei band, but an interesting productior of culture and literature. It is called the "Dark Symphony" and it consists of dramatizations from the Harlem Renaissance. Dwight Collins is the performer and takes readings from such literary greats as Langston Hughes, Countee Cullen, James Weldon Johnson, Jean Toomer, and others. On Feb. 13th at 8:00 p. m., the "Dark Symphony" will radiate from Reed 117. It is a good chance to explore something new, and at the same time gain a better understanding of the Afro-American culture. Dwight Collins brings African culture together through the literature and through his performance. Mr. Collins received a B.A. in Theatre from Oberlin College and an M.F.A. in Performing Arts form Rutgers University. He has made appearances on television in "All My Children"and "One Life to Liv...

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

Welcome to The Cotton Club, Francis Coppola's long-awaited, multistarred look at the famed Depression-era nightclub that gave birth to some of the hottest jazz-and most notorious criminals—the world has ever known. Stop right in and meet the fascinating characters who bring this jumping, jiving Harlem nightspot to life. Richard Gere is Dixie Dwyer, a fast-living, hard-loving musician who carefully walks the violent line between his music and the mob. Gregory Hines is Sandman Williams, a talented hoofer determined to fight his way to the top. Diane Lane is Vera Cicero, an exquisite"beauty who knows what she wants—and how to get it; and James Renwr is _Djitch. Schultz, a ruthless tycoon of terror who turned America's most exciting city into a kingdom of crime—and used The Cotton Club as his throne. Director Francis Coppola weaves this intoxicating tale of passion, power and music with great style and grace. The sets are stunning, the costumes gorgeous and the many song-and-dance num...

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

EDUCATION ABROAD PROGRAM FANTASTIC!" • "AGREATTIME!" • "I LEARNED SO MUCH ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS OF MY LIFE!" • "EXCEPTIONAL! CULTURAL HERITAGE NlfW_^_s AND ITALY TODAY yJ _l lK _* JUNE 12 to AUGUST 1,1987 _$\_x _ff» -_* Italian Language, Culture, and Art """^Oll a _i_^" • History, Optional Visual Arts Prac- f_^jj ^~f,S. -_£•. i In the lovely hill town of Todi, Umbria - _ij||i§£ _$f§§§i||p52 - ¦ a well-known artist colony near Assisi, _jP_^pttJiaSg ri f_|I J Perugia, and Florence. |_j r _fgsBBIni'iei_* Apply Now! Brochures and applications available from the Office of Education Abroad Programs - 222 Bouckle Bldg., University Park, PA (814)865-7681 'Interested Behrend Students can contact Mary Trenkle at 898-6160.

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

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

features The Glennhill Farmhouse, which houses the administrative offices today, was the home of the Behrend family in 1940. of Lake Erie, two men were sent to the United States by their father in Prussia, to find a sight on which to build a paper mill. Their father, Herr Moritz Behrend, owned a company in Prussia named Varziner Papierfabrik. Varziner consisted of three ground wood mills, one sulphite mill and two paper mills. The largest of these was called Hammermuehle. Mr. Ernst Richard Behrend and his brother Dr. Otto Frederick Behrend, after looking at several sites across the east, picked Erie because of its facilities for rail and water transport and its nearness to Canada's supply of wood. This was the beginning of one of Erie's key industries, the Hammermill Paper Company. In 1947 a group of individuals gathered to explore the idea of opening a nonsectarian college. Gannon, Villa Maria and Mercyhurst were all Roman-Catholic schools and Edinboro was still Perry, Ni...

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

Collegian PAGE 6 Behrend continues a tradition of giving by Craig Altmire The residence halls, apartments Collegian Staff Writer and dining hall are all named after prominent people and ships involv-Sept. 10, 1813. It was a sunny ed in the Battle of Lake Erie. Friday and the breeze was only The sister ships Lawrence and three miles an hour, making Lake Niagara, each weighing 260 tons Erie unusually calm. and boasting 20 cannons, led the In late morning the American American fleet which was built by naval fleet on Lake Erie was eating Captain Daniel Dobbins_, dinner. The British fleet was dining also, just out of firing range. The seven other American The American fleet, under vessels, which included the 85-ton Master Commander Oliver Hazard Caledonia, under the command of Perry, was about to take on the Captain Turner, the 63-ton Scor-British in one of the most impor- pion, with Captain Stephen tant battles of the War of 1812. Champlin and the Ariel, another One hundred and se...

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

Withm 15 minutes the British fleet surrendered.. As the news of this' major American victory spread through the country, citizens went wild with enthusiasm. Master Commander Oliver Hazard Perry became a national hero and Erie enjoyed a period in the U. S. history limelight. If we bring ourselves back to the present, we may want to walk north, down the hill to the center of the campus. Here we can begin to trace the footsteps of another important part of history. Perhaps the significance of the building names down here aren't of national importance, but they certainly are to the Penn State University and the people of Erie. Eighty four years after the Battle

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

TROUBLED? NEED TO TALK? WE CAN HELP.. .WE CARE ABOUT YOU! PENN STATE-BEHREND CAMPUS MINISTRY Student Affairs Reed Building 898-6245 OFF CAMPUS WORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES BUS TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE FOR 11 00 am SERVICES BUS LEAVES REED 10.15 am SUNOAYS ON CAMPUS WORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES ROMAS CATHOLIC MASS with The Rev Ron Toven* (Fr Ron) SATURDAYS. 5 30 p m in THE REED LECTURE HALL PENN STATE-8EHREND ¦ ft CAMPUS MINISTRY

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