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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Primus captivates audience as culture series continues by Micbele Miller Collegian Staff Writer Silver and gold bracelets jangled in harmony while ivory earring: swayed in time with the molassestoned music of her voice. "Wil you fight for your freedom, mj brothers and sisters? Certainly, certainly, Lord." This sing-song chant echoed the frenzy of an enslaved black congregation hundreds of years past. Her audience remained captivated as anthropologist Dr. Pearl Primus-- scholar, choreographer, dancer, teacher, lecturer—untangled the web of mystery associated with African and African-American culture. Primus, internationally recognized as the foremost authority of African dance, spoke at Behrend March 22 as part of a week-long "Celebration of Afro-American Culture" sponsored by the college's Association of Black Collegians. Her lecture focused on the dynamic existence of Africanbased elements in music, theatre, and dance from te 1600's to the 1980's. "I welcome you to my heart...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Professor's article on 16 century women published by Tracy _Muffett Collegian Staff Writer Adding to the list of faculty accomplishments at Behrend is an article written by Dr. Daniel A. Frankforter. Entitled "Elizabeth Bowes and John Knox—A woman and Reformation Theology," Dr. Frankforter's article will be published in Church History magazine in December of 1987. Dr. Frankforter got the idea for his article after coming across a small book writtern by 16th century Reformation theologian John Knox-a book with a "very intriguing title": The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women. "Anything like that, I had to read," said Dr. Frankforter. The actual body of the article deals with a series of letters between John Knox and one of the women in his congregation, Mrs. Elizabeth Bowes; the letters deal with theological issues being debated at the time. What makes Dr. Frankforter's article interesting and challenging is this: first, only the letters writte...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Faculty award nominations now being accepted Nomination forms for the annual Awards Convoca tion are available in the Office of Student Affairs. Three different awards will be bestowed on the faculty members of Behrend College. - The .Guy W. WUson Award for Excellence in Academic _^ Advising shall be given to encourage and reward excellence in academic advising by faculty at Behrend College. The award was first presented in 1982 to Dr. Robert P. Hostetler followed by Dr. Dana Anderson in 1983, Dr. Zachary T. Irwin in 1984, Dr. Richard A. Mester in 1985 and Ernest E. Fryer in 1986. Normally, a recipient may receive this award only one Sine,-and only full-time faculty _axeeligljie. _Nonuaa Sons for the Guy W. WlJson award most be submitted to the Of fjee of the Provost and Dean toy April 10. The Behrend College _Councff of Fellows Excellence in Teaching- Award vtas established i» May 1969 to recognize that faculty member ytho. in the opinion of students and colleagues, most trai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Playwright-Scholar claims "blacks feel cheated" by Vicki Sebring Collegian Staff Writer Amiri Baraka, better known to American theatre audiences as LeRoi Jones, shed some of his ideas on the theme of Penn State-Behrend's weeklong celebration, "A Celebration of Afro-American Culture: Here and Now," Wednesday evening during a brief press conference. . . The first thing Baraka did upon walking into the conference room was to move the table assigned to him closer to the reporters' table, a signal to this author that he was ready to talk. The well educated man, who attended Rutgers University, Howard University, Columbia University and the New School, entertained questions, concerning the past and present ideas of the Afro-American people. Baraka's answers were very blunt and to the point. Pertaining to his views on the present condition of our government, Baraka openly stated, "I think blacks feel cheated. If Ronald Reagan blows up the world, its a drag...a double drag. I me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Control seminar held University Relations—"Automated SPC," a seminar designed to help production supervisors and quality control managers understand the benefits and problems of monitoring page data on the shop floor, will be offered in Erie on April 6. The seminar, sponsored by Penn State's Continuing Education Program and the Quality Control Institute, will feature instruction in the tools of automated process control, the planning and design of a control system, and the training of shop supervisors and operators. William Winstandley, president of Winstandley and Associates, Inc., an organization specializing in the design and development of industrial automation systems, will head the seminar, which will be held from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm at the Ramada Inn (Exit 8, Route 8 and 1-90) in Erie. A graduate of Purdue University, Winstandley is registered as a professional engineer in Ohio and Indiana. In addition to his work in consumer relations and program management at Winsta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Student pockets $100 for computer project university Relations—Sam Cancilia, a sophomore at Penn State-Behrend, earned a $100 award for his presentation of the engineering use of computer graphics during an American Society of Mechanical Engineers competition held at Perm State-Behrend last week. Candlla, a mechanical engineering technology major from McKean, Pa., will represent th Erie college when he presents his speech at the Regional Student Conference of the ASME, which will be held March 27-28 at West Virginia University. Tom Gibbs, a senior mechanical engineering and technology major at Penn State-Behrend, received a second place award of $75 in the college competition for his presentation of the design of a centrifugal pump. The competition was part of the first official meeting of the Penn State-Behrend Mechanical Engineering Club. During the meeting, David Harrington, vice president of Region Five of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, presented the club ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Counseling Corner by Dr. Brenda Eastman Collegian Contributing Writer Have you ever. . . - felt under pressure to perform in some way? - wondered whether you would do better if you lowered your standards a bit (went for the 'double loop' rather than a 'triple loop'~ more on this later)? - had a hard time putting a disappointment or loss behind you? - made a mistake? - wondered whether you do what you do for yourself or for some other reason? - felt as if you deserve more for all the effort you put in? Pondering the choice of topics for this initial article, I considered numerous possibilities: procrastination, popularity, selfdefeating behaviors, relationships, commuting, students who work outside the classroom. During this process of deliberation, I happened to view the Women's World Figure Skating Championships. (Trust me; I am as surprised as you are to see the topic of World Figure Skating come up here!) First came the announcement that the competition was being televised ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

A gracious thanks to Doiinie Iris fans Now that the concert is over I face the lengthy task of thanking all of the many people who were instrumental (if you'll pardon the pun) in making the concert into the great sucess that it was. First of all, I would like to thank the students of Behrend College. A few months back when the idea of having a concert at Behrend was still just a personal dream of mine, I had no concept of the amount of time, planning and organizing that was ahead of me. I just wanted to be responsible for bringing Behrend its first concert. Many thanks to the people who bought tickets and attended. You showed me that the three months I spent planning the concert was not wasted time. Of course, many thanks to the fine people who make up the Student Programming Council and Alpha Phi Omega. Thank you for putting up with my yelling, whining, stomping, and the frequent anxiety attacks I suffered through the day. All of your hard work paid off; you were all very imp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Let s Talk Pastor Ray by Pastor Ray Sines Collegian Staff Writer Let's talk about exploiting God--a selfish utilization of God. The television media has recently been flooded with numerous comments and cover-ups in the name of religion. For example, a few of these comments were: "If I don't receive eight million dollars by March 31, 1987, God is going to take my life."—Oral Roberts "He (Oral Roberts) was probably under a lot of psychological stress to meet the budget."—Robert Schuller "... We (Tammy and Jim Bakker) are sorry to have to announce that we were advised by our attorney to resign form P.T.L.. . ."— Jim Bakker ". . . I'm ashamed of it (Bakker episode) and I am embarrassed by it."—Jimmy Swaggart "Money, Sex, and power are the unholy trinity."—Cal Thomas During the past few weeks, questions have also flooded the minds of millions of individuals across the world regarding these and many other so called electrongic prophets' statements. Who are you to believe? Personal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Stream § of Consciousness by Paul Sarkis Collegian Staff Writer When you stop and think about what makes Behrend College a college. You probably think of the obvious things like classes, teachers, and unbearably long lines for advance registration. It does, however, take a little more than the basics to make a college a livable place for two or four years. After all, a student does not live on books alone. "Parties! " you exclaim. Admittedly, parties add to the livableness of a college, but after two or thirty beers even second-floor perry looks livable. The little things are what make Behrend a cofortable college. Little things like being able to find your professors when you need them, and the fact that they remember your name. Mostly, it's the people on staff at Behrend who make life livable, and some of them deserve a special, added sincere "thanks:" - Bob the Blue Bus Driver, who will take you to K-Mart or to the mall in the worst weather and always runs on time. - To...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Letters to the editor intended for publication in the next Collegian must he submitted by April 8.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Terminally Single gets a date by Julie Karasinski Collegian Feature Editor One evening on my way to the Wintergreen Cafe, I passed the Reed lecture hall and heard loud music coming from behind its closed doors. Curious, I peeked in and found that some others had the same idea I had. There was a small crowd enjoying the music of an intriguing assemblage of musicians who call themselves Terminally Single. Five rather animated fellows were playing guitars, beating on drums, playing keyboards and running around, putting on quite a show. So I sat down and decided to stay for awhile. After that, I found that they were practicing quite frequently and becoming somewhat well- known. In fact, one night when there was a dance with a live band in the Wintergreen Cafe and Terminally Single was practicing in R117, the lecture hall had to be cleared of spectators because they were stealing the crowd from the dance. Terminally Single is a diverse collection of Behrend students who, in addit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Horror writer hits home by Holly Lew Collegian Staff Wr iter "I lost myself in his story for a span of days, and that's the greatest gift a story or a writer can give," wrote Stephen King of The Ceremonies by T. E. D: Klein. T.E.D. Klein, horror fiction writer and former editor of Twilight Zone Magazine, read selections from his novels The Ceremonies and Dark Gods, March 19 at 8 p.m. in the Reed lecture hall. Klein read the prologue from his first book, The Ceremonies, published in 1984, to an audience of 50 ranging from late teens to senior citizens. His second reading, from Dark Gods, a collection of his novellas, received intense audience response. He read with such expression that I felt as if I were Nadelman, the main character of "Nadelman's God," the last novella in Bark Gods, published in 1985. Klein read for an hour and answered questions from the audience for an additional half-hour. The reading was followed by a reception in the Memorial room in the Glennhill Farm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Behind the buffet at Dobbins by Lynn Popovich Collegian Staff Writer Behind the scenes at Dobbins is a bunch of wild and crazy, creative and bizarre college students who work together as a team. Being one of them, I can honestly say it is a pretty good time. Granted, there is work to do, but there is also a lot of fun which is put into the jobs. Morning shifts are always the highlight of the day when the bodies of hung-over students greet each other with dry mouths and half cracked smiles. The servers dish out the morning grub for the all-too-happy students who seem to get up much too early to eat. The weekends are the rewards for the work-filled weeks. The workers look forward to them because the shifts are shorter, giving them more free time to do more things. There are no really bizarre nicknames. Sometimes someone comes up with an off-the-wall name out of nowhere, but no one really seems to mind, though, because it's all done in fun. There are some funny things that happ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

(Dr&miaard (_Scwy_^_ancofi/ ACROSS 1 Aviv 4. Remedy 9. Belonging to (suf.) 12. Is (p.t.) 13. Amphitheater 14. Give approval _15. Sedative 17. Correct 19. Wan 20. Taro plant 21. Aquatic animal 23. Engine cooling device 27. Danger 29. Window 30. Box Office (abbr.) 31. Order (abbr.) 32. Smell 34. Second smallest U.S. state (abbr.) 35. Southern New Eng. state (abbr.) 36. Wide-mouthed pitcher 37. Rent 39. On the same team 42. Gr. god of war 43. Clock face 44. Melodious song bird ¦ 46. Record keeper 48. Place where fruit b canned 51. Policeman (slang) 52. Joyful 54. Bring action against 55. Small bed 56. Measures 57. Number DOWN 1. Flap 2. Mistake 3. Spotted animal 4. End 5. Arrangement 6. Bom 7. Not oet 8. Red bird 9. Molded metal 10. Variant of no (Japanese) 11. Time standard (abbr.) 16. A republic of Africa 18. Family names in zoology (suf.) 20. Cheese 21. Game 22. Scary 24. To the left (naut.) 25. Fat 26. Positions 28. Senator 33. In fact 34. Blackest ¦ 36. Prince (Arabi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

by Susanna Jalosky Collegian Staff Writer In your college career you're likely to meet many different kinds of people, each sporting different personalities, goals, and dreams. If you asked these people what some of their goals or dreams were you may be surprised at the answers. Whoever would've thought that the whiz-kid in your Math 140 class secretly wanted to be ' Mighty Mouse and soar through the sky with a big blue cape, or that the good-looking girl that is daydreaming beside you in your English class is dreaming about being Betty Boop, garbed in a red mini-dress, making men swoon? Suddenly, you suspect that you and your tennis partner resemble the Wonder Twins, capable of super-humanathletic powers and deserving of much more than a mere 1 credit towards your physical eduation requirements. We asked Behrend students which cartoon character they would be if they could and why and • Terry Anthony got these interesting results: Terry Anthony, sixth semester, MISBD—"I'd want ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Regency charms people of all ages by Christopher Rapach Collegian Staff Writer Energetic, entertaining, and enthusiastic are three of the best words that could describe the dynamic group Regency. This fivemember A Capella group first took Behrend's campus by storm two years ago and has been received back with great enthusiasm last year and likewise this year. This Baltimore quintet's unique ability to blend music and audience involvement has created a reputation for itself that will hopefully keep them coming back for future per¬ formances again and again. The group consists of Milton Ames, Sammy Davis, Anthony Griffen, and twins Dwayne and Wayne McNeil. All five have been performing together since the days when they attended Dunbar High School in Baltimore. Since then, they have been on tour, appeared on numerous campuses, and played at countless other locations. Their performances consist of Classic Motown, Swing, Classic Rock, Current Pop and R and B. Added to the music i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 April 1987

Karges mystifies students by Stephanie Burrage Collegian Staff Writer How many of you are able to identify unseen objects, move objects without your hands or just plain dream the impossible? These phenomenal events and many others were done by psychic Craig Karges, who demonstrated his abilities here at Behrend on Wednesday, March 18 in Reed 117. Many of you are now saying to yourself, who the heck is Craig Karges? Craig Karges is an amazing psychic who did not always have these powers. He started out learning magic at age 12 with his uncle. His uncle was a veteran of Vaudeville, a form of live entertainment, and taught Craig up until the time he died. About a year or two later, Craig combined his magic with illusions. Through the years his skills have magnificently developed into what we saw Wednesday the 18th. Craig's preliminary act began in the cafeteria, where he was blindfolded. A student brought up an unidentified object. With much concentration Craig predicted a crutch...

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