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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 4 October 1989

Shooting them down without a gun photo by Rick Brooks Lady Lion's hitter Amy Karmazon executes a spike while two Pitt-Bradford defenders go for the block during a home match last Thursday in Erie Hall.

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 4 October 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 4 October 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 4 October 1989

Sporting View] Erie Panthers are ready to prowl by John Musser Collegian Sports Editor The Erie Panthers are establishing themselves as the "New York connection" in the East Coast Hockey League. The New York Rangers announced early last week that they have reached a working agreement with the Panthers. Erie had announced last month that they would have a working agreement with the New York Islanders this year. Both agreements will work independently of each other. In the Rangers deal, Erie would receive both contracted pros and free agents who fail to make the Rangers club or New York's top affiliate in Flint, Michigan. Flint is a member of the IHL (International Hockey League). According to Erie Panther s Director of Marketing/Operations Mike Van Natten, it will be "tough for free agents to make the team" with the presence of three to four contracted pros from each New York NHL club. Van Natten stressed that the Panthers want to keep a nucleus of players on the team so that...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 4 October 1989

Women's tennis team ups their record to 4-5 team 2-1 for the week by Robert Kitchen played. Singles winners were Collegian Staff Writer Monica Michel (6-2, 6-1), The Lady netters won two out of three matches last week to improve their record to 4-5. The first win came against SUNY-Fredonia (6-3) on September 26. The lady netters won four out of six in singles and two of the three doubles matches. Double winners, those players winning both in singles and doubles play, were Melissa Clark, Erika Lloyd, and Victoria Rice. Monica Michel, on the Fredonia match, said, "We played well because we knew what to expect" The Lady Lions easily defeated visiting Thiel last Thursday, 8-1. Thiel had to forfeit 3 points due to shortage in players, thus giving the lady lions an early 3-0 lead. Melissa Clark (6-3, 6-2), Erika Lloyd (6-2, 6-1), and Steffani Rasche (6-3,6-4). Behrend split in doubles play. Winning in doubles was the team of Victoria Rice and Colleen Holtzer (7-6,7-5). Monica Mich...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 4 October 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Police investigate four alcoholrelated incidents; stop prank caller by Carol Mandera Collegian Staff Writer Behrend's department of Police and Safety investigated four separate alcohol-related incidents over the weekend. Driving under the influence and underage drinking charges were filed Friday against the driver of a vehicle stopped in the F parking lot by Officer- Chip Sanders. Underage drinking charges were also filed against a passenger in the vehicle. Records indicate both the driver and the passenger were Behrend students. Numerous charges, including driving under the influence, underage drinking and resisting arrest, were filed against the younger brother of a student on Sunday. The arrest was made by Sanders after the driver was seen leaving the Dobbins parking Jot at night without headlights. the suspect was handcuffed and taken to the State Police barracks for an intoxilyzer test Additional charges for giving false reports to law enforcement authorities were filed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Liberal, conservative clash in annual debate by Lea Gotch Collegian Staff Writer It was liberal againsi conservative Saturday nigh! during the second installment of Behrend's 1989 speaker series A debate featuring William Rusher and Morton Kondracke was held Saturday evening in Erie Hall as part of the school's annual Parents Weekend. Their debate, entitled "The Bush Report Card," was presented to a near-capacity crowd. Kondracke, who calls himself a cold-war liberal, is currently the senior editor of The New Republic and appears frequently as a panelist on "The McLaughlin Group," "This Week with David Brinkley," and "Point-Counterpoint." Rusher, a conservative Republican, has been the publisher of National Review since 1957. Presently, he writes a column syndicated in over 200 newspapers worldwide and has New office space: A new temporary office building, located west of the Hammermill Building, will provide office space for 10 faculty members, most of them members of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Til ft _4*\ " _j _^ _.¦> • _^ _ _^ The Collegian Wednesday, October 11, 1989 Behrend's Weekly Newspaper Volume XXXVIII, No. 6

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Adult Children of Alcoholics helps students from dysfunctional homes, others by Janet Ocampo Collegian Staff Writer The ability to overcome a struggle for intimacy and develop a strong, nurturing relationshi p is the aim of ACOA, Adult Children of Alcoholics. Psychologist Dr. Louanne Barton, organized ACOA in response to students who come from dysfunctional homes such as those that have members who are addicts or abusive. This service is now available for those who would like to continue participation in such a support group separate from Alcoholics Anonymous. ACOA recognizes that their familiar roles as co-dependents, which enabled them to survive childhood, are now constricting them from developing a "healthy, normal relationship." These people are referred to as codependents because they have not come closer to developing their own identities. They lack selflove and positive self-esteem. Statistics illustrate that the numbers of Adult Children of Alcoholics are widespread...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Behrend briefs In memory. A memorial service qill be held Friday, October 13 in the Reed Lecture Hall for Dr. Charles Redenius, professor of Political Science, who died Sunday, October 1 following a long illness. All students, faculty and staff are welcome. Tempus is holding a Used Book Sale on Nevember 6,7, and 8 from 10 am to 4 pm in the Wintergarden. For information on donating used books for the sale, call 725-1434. Cheerleaders' workshop. For those interested in trying out for the 1989-90 cheerleading squad, there will be a cheerleader's workshop on October 14 in Erie Hall from 1 pm to 4 pm. Tryouts for the cheerleading squad for those that participated in the workshop will be held on October 21 from ,1 pm to 4 pm: Dress in sneakers and sweat. Essay contest. There is an essay contest for full-time senior students. The theme is "The Meaning of Ethics Today" or "Ethics: Choices and Challenges." To obtain an entry form or additional information, stop by the Campus Ministry O...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

ODK stretches pennies to buy computer for children from Diehl photo by Amy Smith Counting pennies: Holly White of ODK fills penny rolls with donations that came in over the weekend. The money raised benefits Diehl Elementary School. by Mark Owens Collegian Staff Writer Imagine 51,670 pennies lined up end to end. That's how many pennies Omicron Delta Kappa rolled at the end of their Mile of Pennies drive for Diehl Elementary School. The national honor society raised $516.70, which will go towards the purchase of a computer for the special education department at Diehl. . . . The group's goal was $850, or 85,000 pennies. Even though ODK didn't reach their target, Er ic Rozell, president of ODK, said that the drive was definitely successful and was very happy with the response they received. David Stuntz, ODK's advisor, said the idea came from a similar event he saw while in college. "The group collected over five miles of pennies in one day. The town closed main street for ....

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

The Collegian Published weekly by the students of Behrend College, Er ie, Pa (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 Copy Editor....Rob Farnham Photo Coordinator....RSck Brooks Business Manager....Stan Lefes Advertising Manager....Christie Redmond Advisor....Dr. Mike Simmons The Collegian is a student-edited newspaper

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Student Leaders challenged to produce 3.0 or better; staff served meal as reward by John Sweet Collegian _StafTWriter The Student Leader Academic Challenge for Knowledge Program (SLACK), sponsored by the Office of Student Activities and Housing and Food Services, is designed to challenge students to realize thenfull academic potential. Participation in SLACK is offered to the following students: all student government senators, all club, organization, and SGA officers, all resident assistants, all intramural supervisors, all varsity athletes, the WPSE ' student manager, and student orientation assistants. . . - Any participating student reaching a grade point average of 3.0 or above for this, semester and in good standing with their club/organization will win one home-cooked dinner served by staff members of the Office of Student Activities, Student Services, and Housing and . Food . Services including the dean of students, the assistant dean of students, and a host of oth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Police investigate (continued from page 1) Two cases of criminal mischief, both involving damage to vehicles parked on campus, were investigated. On October 1, a student reported that a side mirror and parking permit were removed from the exterior of his vehicle. On October 4, police discovered the windows of a vehicle parked at the Jarmolwicz Farm had been smashed. A rock was found still embedded in the right rear window. No arrests have been made in either case. A female student reported receiving an annoying phone call on October 3. She reported the call was made from an offcampus location. No subsequent calls have been reported.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

Student Government grants approval of newly formed Math Club by Jodi McWilliams Collegian Staff Writer The Math Club, the newest club on campus, came about when Dr. Cupillari, a Behrend math professor, wanted to have a meeting of the Math Association of America (MAA) here at Behrend. Cupillari, who is an MAA chapter representative, ran into trouble obtaining a room for the meeting because there was no official math club recognized by Behrend's Student Government Association (SG A). Feeling that there was a need for such a club. Dr. Cupillari initiated an organizational meeting. Dr. Bill Dunbar drafted a constitution earlier this semester and submitted it to SGA. At last Wednesday's SGA meeting, the Math Club constitution was approved. Because of ' her commitment to MAA, Cupillari could not advise the Behrend club. The advisor for the young club is now Dr. Dunbar. He believes there is a growing interest in the math field. As the advisor, he hopes to bring speakers to discuss ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 11 October 1989

_T RLL HELP . "" " j 1 Ask Louanne The Collegian Advice Column by Dr. Louanne Barton, Psychologist Dear Louanne, My roommate is planning a party. A lot of our friends are underage. I'm against tne idea ever since the "big bust" in Perry. I'm not going to tell him what to do, but how do I keep from being liable? I could go visit a friend or go home for the weekend. What would you suggest? Signed, Strictly Annonymous Dear S. Annonymous, I can sure understand why you want to remain annonymous. As I am sure you already know, you stand to lose big bucks if you're judged responsible for making alcohol available to underage drinkers (minimum of $1,000 for the first person and $2,500 for each additional person). You are smart in trying to disengage yourself from the party, but legally you are still responsible if you know about the party even if you're not there. You are considered an accessory to the crime because you didn't take steps to stop it. It is my understanding that the courts w...

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