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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

Criticisms to Sigma Theta Chi only I would like to express my most sincere apologies to Kappa Delta Rho, Sigma Kappa nu, Alpha Sigma Alpha, and all the other valid fraternities and sororities on campus. I intended no offense towards them in my previous letter to the Collegian. My main criticisms were directed towards Sigma Theta Chi; and to them, I make no apology. When I wrote the letter to the editor, I of course, expected a strong reaction by members of oncampus fraternities and sororities. However, I did not expect to be called Nazi, have threats made on my life, become a victim of obscene name calling, or discover cut-up photos of my fiance and myself pasted together in compromising/ _^ positions. ¦ ( I thought I would have to defend my opinions in this issue, but the ladies of Sigma Theta Chi have already proven my point. Michelle Grasmick Fourth Semester, Psychology

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

Donny Iris and the Cruisers to rock at Behrend's first concert by Cheryl Nietupski Progressive Talent (an organiza-Collegian Staff Writer tion that seeks out newly-forming rock groups and finds out when the For the first time in the history well-known groups will be in town) of Behrend _College,, Donny Iris approached Behrend with a possiand The Cruisers will be entertain- ble "act" for March 20th or 21st. ing Behrend students on March The talent agency told Karin 21st! Shmm, chairperson for the concert The concert was formerly sug- committee, that the "act" was gested for Behrend Campus by the Donny Iris and The Cruisers Student Programming Council (Karin was so excited about the (SPC) but, until just recently, the great news that she almost screamtask of actually bringing them here edS) The Progressive Talent was turned out to be a unlikely event. contacted by "Cruiser" Marty Lee, The whole idea came about when who imformed the _asency of the possible open dates to perform...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

SCUBA club to dive in Florida by Julie Karasinski Collegian Feature Editor Behrend's SCUBA Club, headed by MSG Young, will be going to Florida to dive in the waters off the shores of Key West. Leaving on the 26th of Feb., the lucky divers will travel by van and arrive on Saturday, February 28th. An Army SCUBA school in Key West will host the group of 19 Behrend divers for their 11 day Spring Break vacation. Although many of the divers are to be certified in Florida, some are already certified. For those who have their certification, advanced courses such as Advanced Openwater, Hunting ollection, Search _»eco very (salvage) and Night Diver are offered. In addition to the dives made in Key West, dives at Crystal River, Ginnie Springs, Peacock Springs and Troy Springs, where divers can see a Civil War wreck and manatees, are planned. Diving isn't the only fun scheduled for the trip. The divers will also be seeing the sights of Key West, having a beach picnic, going night fishin...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

¦_kfcdU»]_MZhA*/»3M= By Julie Karasinski Collegian Feature Editor street corner. Maybe you'd like tc find yourself locked in the honeymoon suite of the Plaza Hotel with Don Johnson, a bottle of champagne chilling in the ice bucket. Craig Elias Even just sleeping till noon every day after staying up with David Letterman and eating home cooked Mike "Fly" Forbes food sounds nice. Could any of these be your ideal Spring break? We asked Behrend students to share with us their fantasy Spring Break and came up with these interesting replies: Photos by Holly Lew Greg L. Green, 8th semester, BUS MAN-"I think the ideal Spring Break for me would be to be someplace sunny and warm like Florida or California with a lot of my friends ... go to a few bars, meet a few people from other colleges and just hang out and have a good time, party for 7 days." Ron Santos, 2nd semester, Biology—"Well, a cruise sounds good. Yeah, a cruise to Acapulco with my girlfriend." Craig Elias, 2nd semester,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

"What is your Spring Break fantasy? Greg Green Imagine yourself lying on the white sands of the Bahamas, the hot sun tanning your skin to a golden bronze, the chrome of your Wayfarers glinting in the bright sunlight, the coconut aroma of sun tan oil and Pina Coladas in the air. Or perhaps you would rather see yourself eating tacos ' in Mexico, brightly colored jurgas and wide brimmed straw hats for sale at open air markets and mules painted _Vvith zebra stripes waiting for you to sit upon them to have your picture taken as a souvenir on every

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

The Dregs" take first place in Valentine's Day Air Band contest in iil! _TourviHc C;>!!e«ian Staff Writer Valentine's Day \\".s an occasion id much entertainment on camp:' 1 -. ¦ ¦pci_^.orcd by the Student ProgiLrrming Council. The evening _hoiin with ;he Air Bar.d contest. M,ifi\ students tilled the _Wintersreen Cafe to cheer on and _iauah at the contestants. The j'jdgc 1 -, ail .students of Behrend, Don;; Gainor. Greg Goldsmith. Xonncire Green and Andrea _Suilivan, awarded "The Dregs" the firs 1, prize of S50. "The Dregs'" _Cvwstcd of nine guys from Sigma Kappa Nu: Pat Espin, Dave _St_^rsnic. Chris Jordan. Kirk Rexroid. Dave W'irih, Rob Boyle, Greg Garrison, Todd Raible, and Brian Helfrich. They performed the song "You Can Call Me Al" by Paul Simon. "The Dregs" were well coordinated, all dressed in crisp white shirts and black tics, and had j :;_i:ite a stage presence which lifted £ _ihc spirits of the audience. When E _I_' -kca why they called themselves I ¦The Drees...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

ROTC cadets learn winter survival skills by Michelle Grasmick 2.!_id Lnri Reals Coiiegian Staff Writers On Saturday. Jan. 31, all ROTC cadets participated in the first lead lab of the semester, entitled "Winter Survival -i6 Rifle Firing." Due to the freezing temperatures, most cadets reported to the first formation with extra sets of long underwear lining their Battle Dress Uniforms, while still rubbing the sleep from their eyes. The day began at the Wilson Picnic Grove, where MS-IU Cadets Greg Durkac and Calvin Fryling launched the day's activities with a briefing on cold weather injuries and prevention. This proved to be timely, as many of the cadets were Beginning to jump around in order ro keep Old Man Winter from nip¬ ping at their toes. Durkac ana Fryling taught cadets how to prevent hypothermia and frostbite by layering clothing, drinking warm fluids, _conducting buddy checks, and maintaining constant bodily movement. The cadets were also taught to recognize frostbite...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

HKvight Collins celebrates Slack America writers by Tracy Muffett _Coiiegian Staff _Wrilcr Approximately 30 people attended the Friday, Feb. 13 Dark Symphony in the Reed Lecture Hal! at 8 p.m. Nearly an hour and a half Lite:", approximately 30 people walked out or " the lecture hall much richer for an experience that no one should have missed. Actor Dwight Collins, an imposing figure who has appeared in The Color Purple, stood alone on a stage adorned with only a podium and a stool - and even these he rarely used, in what he called "My own personal interpretation of some legendary works by some legendary authors." Like a musical symphony. Dark Symphony has movements, each with a central and unifying theme. The ""•Middle Passage" from ¦\!' _iica to the Caribbean, life as slaves and later as "free" men, and _ttoixien are but a feu of these Lhoine_<. Simple and eloquent, the symphony include; poetry and prose, song, and dance, and it lasts Neveiu! hours. Collins, due to ti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

Drill toaiii shows «Mt€ - In ]Miai_^ii> ; by Michelle Grasiakk Collegian Siaff Writer The beginning of the Spring '81 semester saw the birth of a new club on campus: the ROXC Drill Team. Many people are _already familiar with the drill team after watching the Color Guard perform at basketball games. The Color Guard has participated in other such events such as high school football games and Erie Blade games. ' - The club's purpose is to give cadets the chance to learn moves with the M-16 rifle aad teach precise marching techniques.. A aew poHcy has been established of ,awardlag" feiae.- 1«rets to those -cades*••jw&o- perform two color guard exercises and _meetothcr particular criteria. " ¦ ' ¦ • •' = Befarend' s drill team:_wUit compete _with _. otherPeatt 'State College drii{,tearasatFort IndiantownGap in March, Most of the meetings axe _spesl in _preparation for this event. Bebrend ROTC has the obligation of upholding the tradition of cleaning up on awards-O...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 26 February 1987

ROTC offers challenging summer by Thomas Milley Collegian Contributing Writer If you were bored and without a job last summer and are worried about facing the same thing this summer, or have no idea _~ what you'd like to do when you graduate, the Army ROTC has an obligation- free program for you. The program is six weeks long and is called ROTC Basic Camp. Not to be confused with basic training, also known as "Boot Camp," ROTC Basic Camp is shorter, consists only of ROTC cadets, and the attendees are under no obligation to the Army and sign no contracts. Basic training is 9-914 weeks long and is attended by Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve members. ROTC Basic Camp is held in several sessions at Ft. Knox, Kentucky which is about 35 miles south of Louisville. The training is fastpaced, rigorous, and'challenging. It entails a multitude of military skills including military map reading, land navigation, rifle marksmanship, leadership techniques, individual and unit tact...

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