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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 — 12 February 1987

Free tutoring through Academic Services by Mary Stewart Collegian Staff Writer Over the Christmas holiday many students travelled to Florida to enjoy the sun and relax with friends. One Behrend studeni decided to surprise her boyfriend by unexpectedly flying to Ft. Lauderdale to meet him. Her plane left the Erie airport on December 26 at 6:00 in the morning for the two hour flight. However, her boyfriend, thinking she was suffering alone through the winter cold, decided to surprise her by coming to Erie. His plane left Ft. Lauderdale at 6:35 the same morning. Their planes travelled at the same speed and were affected equally by weather conditions. When the couple passed each other, who was closer? Are you confused? Do word problems baffle your sense of logic? There is hope. There is help. The Academic Services Center provides free, one-on-one tutoring for students in a variety of subjects. Located in room 205 of Turnbull Hall, the center offers help in math, business, English,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Behrend hosts Weddington vs. Schlafly debate by Craig Allmire _everyone is better off when wages Collegian Staff Writer are set by the free market rather than by the government. Sarah Weddington, after receiv-¦ Phyllis Schlafly has been called ing her law degree from the Univer"a pioneer of American conser- sity of Texas at age 21, won a mavatism." She led the battle that "jor- _' case before the U.S. Supreme successfully defeated the Equal Court at 26. Rights Amendment. In 1977, she was asked to head Sarah Weddington was named the Agriculture Department's legal "Woman of the Future" by Ladies branch, which consisted of more Home Journal From 1978 to 1981 than 300 attorneys. She then she served as Chief Assistant to became an assistant to President President Carter in the administra- Carter. tion's efforts to aid women and Currently Weddington has been minorities. a Professor of Law and Public Ad-Schlafly and Weddington will ministration at the University of square off on Feb....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Phyllis Schlafly Ridge opens speaker series by Craig AHmire Collegian Staff Writer U.S. Congressman Tom Ridge opens Behrend's speaker series, celebrating the U.S. Constitution's two hundredth anniversary, at noon, Jan. 30 in the Reed Lecture Hall. Ridge's speech, "The Prerogatives of Power: Convention Delegates in 1787 and Possible Delegates in 1987," began by recounting some of Pennsylvania's role in the 1787 Constitutional Convention. According to Ridge, Pennsylvania's Benjamin Franklin was one of the two most important leaders at the Convention, the other being George Washington. "No one since has had his (Franklin's) combination of the optimism of youth and the wisdom of age," said the Congressman. Ridge also spoke of a time during the Convention when many of the delegates were frustrated and ready to return to their homes_, leaving the document incomplete. At this time, another Pennsylvania delegate, Robert Morris, gave a moving speech which stressed the need for unio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Sister college hopeful by Barb Byers Collegian Staff Writer The concept of a Sister City allows one city to "learn about another culture and share (its) culture by linking with a city in another country...," according to a publication from S&er Cities international. Approximately " 750-10GC U.S. cities " have ^'_sii'iers,_*' according to Mr. Fred Rush' of the Erie Municipal Building. The city of Erie has two such sister cities: Zibo, China and Merida, Mexico. With these sister cities, Erie hopes to "increase cultural awareness, develop different markets, as well as develop educational, cultural and health programs," Rush said. In September, Deanna Ferraino, a senior majoring in Psychology, mentioned the idea of a sister college for Behrend to Andria Sullivan, Student Government Secretary. It was decided that the Student Government Association would be the best outlet for the idea. The goals of the sister college would model those of a sister city. Vince Canella, sophom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Sarah Weddington Baldwin named first pre-med advisor r- - - by Tracy Muffett Collegian Staff Writer This past year Behrend implemented a pre-medicine advisinj system, of which Dr. Dean Baldwin is the advisor. A relatively new addition to Behrend, the program stresses not only the very important science and math courses necessary for medical school and preparation for the MCAT entrance examination, but also extracurricular involvement (especially in healthrelated areas) and a well-rounded education. When asked how long a premedicine program has been offered here at Behrend, Dr. Baldwin replied,"Well...for a long time. And yet this is new, in the sense that we had a very informal program before, where a person in chemistry was advising the students who were interested in pre-med. But Lilleywanted a more formal program, and so he asked me to do it, and so I've been doing it now for roughly a year." Dr. Baldwin con¬ tinued on to give his background and qualifications, admitt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

by Matt Farkis ICC President The Inter-Club Council, on Feb 3, held the first in a series of workshops that will be conducted this semester. Tuesday's workshop was presented by Major McDavid and it was all about a "New Concept in Leadership." These workshops will be held every other Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. in the Reed Seminar Room (R116). The next workshop will be on Feb. 17. . The Inter-Club Council has also reviewed some club constitutions and they are now ready to be picked up by the respective clubs applying for charters. Also, the Inter-Club Council would like to remind all the clubs that they MUST send a representative to the regular meetings of the ICC. Pre-med advisor, courses. We don't want to do that, and the reason we don't want to do that is that students who take this pre-med curriculum don't end up with a major, that is, they take a bunch of physics, a , bunch of chemistry, a bunch of biology, a bunch of math, a bunch of other stuff, but they don't have a 'major'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Lawson active in drug awareness programs by Vicki Sebring Collegian Staff Writer Lucien Lawson, maintenance and operations supervisor at Penn State-Behrend, was the guest speaker for the January 20th meeting of the Erie County Commission on Drug and Alcohol Abuse. Lawson, the state chairman for the drug and alcohol program for the Pennsylvania Elk State Association, discussed the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks' Drug and Awareness Program, which he has been actively involved in since its inception four years ago. The Elks program is a widely spread prevention organization which relies on concerned community members such as Lawson. As a volunteer he has devoted 15 years as a district chairman and more recently has been upgraded to a state chairman position. While serving in the Vietnam War, he saw several colleagues turn to drug use as a way to escape; however, they were in fact pushing themselves toward destruction. This reason, and his understanding of the press...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Dr. Dale hosts talk show Dr. Sharon Photo by Holly Lew Dale, Asst. Professor of Art History. by Holly Lew Collegian Staff Writer Dr. Sharon Dale, assistant professor of art history, is hosting "Major League Issues," a monthly television program on CTV-13. The show, sponsored by Meadvilje's League of Women _Voters and CSpan, "presents an interview/'with an area legislator or a forum on a single issue of interest to the local community," said Dale. C-Span, having previously covered Congressional forums, worked with CTV-13 (a Meadville television station), and "Major League Issues" was created. "Essentially we're trying to give politics a more broad appeal and to create and informed electorate—people who know who they're voting for and why they're voting for this person rather than just on the basis of looks or on the basis of where their name appears on the ballot," said Dale. Studies show that candidates whose names appear at the top of the ballot do better than those whose...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

the Penn State-Behrend Collegian Member of The Press Association Editor Jack Homer Feature Editor Julie Karasinski Business Manager Jacquie Anthony News Editor Steve Alier Photo Coordinator Holly Lew Sports Editor Sue Holmes Adviser Robert DiNicola Staff Craig Altmire Andrea Eliasz Kevin Mills . Paul Sarkis Mary Stewart David Bruce Jake Guinta Paul Miniger Pat Schlipf Jill Tourville Stephanie Burrage MikeGolden 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 LynnPopovich Jill Smith Rick Brooks Robert Eggleston Paul Duda Chris Rapach Ann Stewart Michelle Miller Mailing Address - Bahnnd Coll.glm, Station Road, Erie, PA 165S3 REPRESENTED FOR _NATIONAIADVERTISING 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...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Encyclopedia donated to Behrend library r. J. M. Davis, associate pro->r of English at Penn State-¦end, represented the Canadian sulate General as he presented >mplimentary copy of a new :e-voiume Canadian Enypedia to the college's library eb. 3. :cause of his continuing study Canadian history. Davis was d by Sydney Harris, the Cana-Counsul General, to present the gift on the counsulate s behalf. Davis recently received a 1987 Canadian Studies Faculty Research Grant through the Canadian Embassy in Washington, D. C. The grant is designed to promote the United States' studies in Canadian literature, culture, and society. The award helped the Behrend professor continue his travels to Canadian libraries to complete research for his book. Conversa¬ tion with Robertson Davies. The book, anthology of interviews with the 'well-known Canadian novelist, was contracted by the University Press of Mississippi to be part of a series of similar books of interviews with lead...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

O._VT.A. Minutes - * President Doug Gainor called the Wed., February 4tfe GovernineBtmeeting to order at 3:00 pm. The meeting was faeldintlje Reed lecture hall, instead of the seminar room, inorder to allow the student body a chance to view an SGA meeting in progress- Attendance was lrnnimal, ? The Joint Residence Council h stai continuing it's Valentine's jDay Rose Sale. Longstem roses are being offered for $2.00 and sweetheart roses are available in yellow, red, pink, and white and cost $1.50. • The _Student Programming Council announced this weekend_' s movie as "The Color Purple" They also voted to accept SGA's Donny Iris ticket price recommendations, of one dollar for activities card holders, $3-00 for non-card holding students, and $7.00 for tibe community. Both SGA and SPC will share the credit and expenses for the _plaaneS future performance*. ¦ . , * PJans are being discussed for a possible SGA dinner dance in the spring at Peek *n Peak. . , _' ' '. - *- President Dou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

_TVeti; scholarship affer&d University Park, Pa.-The Joseph H. DeFrees Scholarship has been established at the Behrend College of The Pennsylvania State University to recognize outstanding students from Warren. County, the Board of Trustees was told on Jan 16. The initial principal of $50,000 has been established with gifts from the DeFrees Family Founda¬ tion, Allegheny Valve Co., and Allegheny Coupling Co., all of Warren. Consideration for the scholarship will _btgiven to students whose home address is Warren County and who are enrolled or planning to enroll at Penn State Behrend. Candidates must possess superior academic records. If there are no eligible students from Warren County, consideration will be given to other Penn State-Behrend students. Recipients will be selected by the Behrend College Scholarship Committee. The number and amount of scholarships will be determined by the selection committee. Each scholarship will be awarded for one year but may be re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Tutoring, cont. from page 1 Center as a supplement to classroom instruction. Students wanting to know more about the services of the center should stop by Turnbull Hall, Room 205. Tutors are available most hours Monday through Friday. Check the appointment board for specific times. Hours: Math--Monday 9:00-4:00, Tuesday 9:00-12:00 and 3:00-9: 00, Wednesday 9:00-4:00, Thursday 9:00-12:00, 1:00-3:00, and 4:00-9:00, Friday 9:00-3:00. English-Monday 1:00-7:00, Tuesday 9:00-12:00 and 1:00-6:00, Wednesday 1:00-7:00, Thursday 10:00-2:00, Friday 1:00-7:00. Spanish- Monday 6:00-8:00 p.m., Tuesday 9:00-12:00, Wednesday 6:00-8:00 p.m. Business- By appointment only. (See ASC appointment board.)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Stream of Consciousness Just say 'no' to reality By Paul Sarkis Collegian Staff Writer I hold a wonderful memory from my early childhood. A memory of a time when I was young and contentedly unaware of something my parents called reality. They would bring up this word "reality" most often times on Saturday mornings, while I was watching cartoons. What did "reality" mean to a six year old Paul Sarkis? . . . not too much. Nevertheless, as 1 would sit there eating my Frosted Flakes two feet in front of the set, my mom would sit down beside me and smile and say, "Now Paulie, you know that's not reality, don't you?" I would nod slowly and eat some more Frosted Flakes and spill some milk on the dog whil my eyes remained transfixed on the screen. I always wondered why my mom asked me that question. I guess moms want to make sure that their kids aren't getting ideas about going outside and hunting road-runners, armed only with products from the ACME corporation. I may have been six...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Letter to the editor Priorities of 'Greek Life' under fire Recently, as I've been _walking through the Reed Building and the dorms, I've noticed several signs making various promises of lifelong friendship, excitement, and a sense of belonging. These signs have been posted by the local and national fraternities and sororities on campus. 1 have to chuckle whenever I see one, because after being a _aister in Sigma Theta Chi for a semester, 1 found no such fulfillment of these promises. First of all, these plaguesome posters are constantly pestering students to rush their particular faction. However, one must bear in mind that not everyone will be deemed "worthy" to ' pledge. Many will be rejected for no apparent reason. Those that do get accepted and become pledges will endure a trial of hazing and humiliation for an entire semester. As a result of the time spent at line-ups and other various pledge chores, many ex¬ perience a significant drop in their GPA. On top of that,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 February 1987

Bury the Dead' in an avalanche of success by Susanna Jalosky Collegian Theatre Correspondent The scenery for "Bury The Dead" was simply constructed; however, it remained very effective in creating impressions necessary to absorb the important message that it offers. The simple "T"-Jike construe- 1 tion of planks set the stage for most of the battlefield scenes. A platform was constructed against the north wall containing a pit which served as the graves dug by an army burial detail. Protruding from the platform were stairs and a short runway. On either side of this runway hung two small ceiling lamps. These two areas set the stage for scenes from the General's office and Editor's office. The lighting played a tremen¬ dous role in this one-act production. With each mood or moment, lighting served as the transition and attention grabber. This is a story of six dead soldiers defiantly rising up and refusing to be buried. The story is shocking, unrealistic, controversial, moving...

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