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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 October 1989

Lions net road tie, lose at home A season that was looked was the only shot to get by upon with much promise, Gronholm as he turned aside 17 continues as a series of missed of 18 shots_, opportunities. Head Coach Herb Lauffer said, The Behrend men's soccer team was 0-1-1 last week after settling for a 1-1 overtime tie at Westminster and suffering a 1-0 setback against Grove City. The Lions are now 3-10-3 for the season with only three games remaining. On Saturday, at Westminster (6-3-2), the Lions were able to force the extra period when David Beck converted a second half penalty kick. The penalty kick resulted from a Titan foul inside the 18 yard line. Despite continued pressure and a total of 16 shots on goal, Behrend was unable to notch the game-winner. Lion keeper Ken Gronholm turned in a solid effort. Lance Damaska's goal in the first half "Overall, we played a pretty solid game. The opportunities were there for more goals, but we just didn't execute as well as we c...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 October 1989

Lady Spikers lose three of last four by Mike Lesher Collegian Staff Writer October 18 proved to be a tough day for the Behrend women's volleyball team. The girls dropped both matches of a tri-match contest against Geneseo and Allegheny Colleges. On Saturday, the lady spikers split their two matches, defeating Carnegie-Mellon University and almost upsetting St. John Fisher (7-15, 15-8, 13-15), who entered the contest with a 29-1 record. In Wednesday's match against Geneseo, Erica Scribner played one of her best games. She played flawlessly at the net smashing eleven kills. Kelly Kingston with contributing three serving aces and seven kills. In Saturday's matches, Kingston continued to play well, leading the team with nine kills. Kelly Jordan, Pam Allshouse, and Scribner contributed four serving aces each. Behrend played extremely tough despite losing against powerhouse St. John Fisher. Behrend's record is now 10-17 with three matches remaining. The lady spikers will face Merc...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 October 1989

Erie Hall photo by Julie Tibolla Set for renovation: Erie Hall, which was built in the early 50's, will under go construction next spring to upgrade Behrend's athletic facilities. Additions to the gymnasium, which last year was nicknamed the "pit", will include more floor space, new locker rooms, and a suite of offices.

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 October 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989

James Gleick: making sense out of Chaos by Jennifer Flanagan for The Collegian James Gleick, formerly a reporter for the New._York Times, lectured last Thursday evening as part of the 1989-90 Speaker Series on some of the ideas set forth in his best selling book, Chaos-The Making of a New Science. Gleick covered the points in his book in basic terms, breaking down concepts into simple ideas and metaphors. "When trying to stress a particularly difficult concept, Gleick injected a bit of humor into his explanation to hold the audience's attention. Gleick_'s lecture attempted to explain what the science of chaos is and why it is so vital to understanding not only the scientific world, but other areas as well. Chaos, or complexity, as he defined it, is, in essence, the science that explains disorder in a variety of different areas. It is the kind of behavior in simple systems that appears to be completely random but actually follows the laws of physics. He illustrated these poin...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989

Looking at the school: How does Behrend rate? Faculty s view of Behrend Academics by Lea Gotch Collegian Staff Writer What does the _faculty here at Behrend really think? I recently interviewed several faculty members in order to find out what they think of the students, the quality of education, how money is being spent, and what, if anything, they would change if given the chance. The general consensus on the student body is positive. Dr. Diana Hume-George summed it up when she said, "the best students here at Behrend are as good as any in the nation." However, as Dr. Eva Tucker pointed out, there is always a certain percentage of any freshman class that has trouble making the transition. Several professors expressed the concern that students have become too career-oriented and the only thing that most students are concerned about is what job they will be able to obtain upon (continued on page 4)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989

Students say Behrend is 'average' by Mark Owens Collegian Staff Writer A recent survey conducted by the Collegian seems to suggest students feel most programs at Behrend are average or slightly above. Students were asked to identify areas they felt were the strongest and weakest Sixty-seven percent felt academic programs were good, while 27. percent thought they were average and 4 percent poor. When asked which areas were the strongest, 55 percent replied that engineering and the physical sciences were the best, with business-related majors receiving 31 percent and liberal arts getting 15 percent Students felt the weakest areas were liberal arts (76 percent), followed by the natural sciences (24 percent) and the physical sciences and engineering (17 percent). When asked about faculty, 49 percent felt they were good while (continued on page 4)

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989

University Faculty Senate focuses on cultural diversity at Penn State byTonyOIivito Collegian Staff Writer Cultural diversity and its role in Penn State's curriculum was a primary topic at a recent University Faculty Senate meeting. Differences on the merits of implementing diversity in the curriculum exist. A diversity requirement course is one that focuses on certain groups such as blacks,- women, Hispanics, Jews, and gays. Robert Heinsohn, a faculty member of the College of Engineering at University Park, believes the university does not need a diversity requirement "First of all, it is punitive. What to study is less important than the fact that students are compelled to take something called diversity. The requirement trivializes serious social issues. . .The requirement is apt to become a perfunctory auditorium course." On the other hand, Mary Dupuis, director of Teacher Education in the College p if Education; says diversity is an inherent part of a college education. "...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989

Behrend briefs WPSE radio needs reliable individuals to operate the radio station. If you are interested in radio broadcasting, dependable, and can dedicate at least 6 to 10 hours a week, contact Ken at 6318 or Fred at 6171. "What a Diehl Day!" will be held November 2nd. The Commuter Council is giving a tour of Behrend for the fifth grade from Diehl Elementary. Commuters, if you are having problems with tenant/landlord relations, rent, maintenance, etc., call the Commuter Council Office at 898-6452. A talent show hosted by Association of Black Collegians will be held Saturday, November 4 in the Reed Lecture Hall from 8-10 pm. Participants will be competing for a $50 prize. ABC's Halloween Treat Sale is being held in the _Wintergardeijutpdaj_^ _fpr ' SlsO _ydqrcan either grab at treat or a tnck. The Miss Penn State - Erie Pageant sponsored by Kappa Delta Rho will be held Wednesday, November 1, in the Reed Lecture Hall at 8 pm. Cost for tickets is $3.00. SPC is sponsoring the "T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989

Th_^ ublished weekly by the students of Behrend College, Erie, 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—Rick Brooks Business Manager....Stan Lefes Advertising Manager-Christie Redmond Layout Editor~.Cnris Kocott Advisor—Dr. Mike Simmons The Collegian is a student-edited newspaper

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989

Police Report Police crackdown on parking violators by Carol Mandera Collegian Staff Writer As part of a plan to crack down on parking violations, campus police have ordered a resident student to remove his vehicle from campus property and surrender his parking sticker. '" : Records indicate the action was taken in response to the student's repeated violation of parking regulations. According to Randy Hoffman, Manager of Police and Safety, the student was cited at least nine times for violations this semester and was referred to the Student Disciplinary Board for further action. Patricia McClellan, the department's secretary, reported similar action is pending in several other cases. "Some students don't pay their own fines," McClellan said. "Tickets are charged to student accounts which are often paid by parents. Revoking the privileges of habitual offenders is our only recourse." The Behrend Bookstore registered complaints against two students to campus police. Records i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989

James Gleick is making sense out of Ghaos photo by Stephanie Vogus Pursuit of trivia: Jay Hauser and Marlyn Tomlin were winners of this years Behrend trivial pursuit contest, sponsered by the Intramurals department. (continued from page 1) complexity such as a greatly increased fertility rate. The same concept applied to convection and boiling water shows similar results; a precise _gprder to it until the temperature is increased by such an amount as these predetermined belief's were overcome, science recognized thai not only order, but chaos as well, obeys universal laws. Some of Glcick's examples included the rate of population growth and the boiling of water. The population increases or decreases at an ordered rate that can be defined with a simple equation. This equation, however, can compute chaotic behavior with the introduction of a to induce chaos. Other illustrations to show order in chaos included the Great Red Spot of Jupiter-"a stable vortex amidst complete cha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989

ROTC goes rappeling despite the weather On October 21, Behrend ROTC held its Rappelling Leadership Lab. The exercise took place at Twenty Mile Creek in Stateline, Pennsylvania at the Conrail overpass. The site, prepared earlier that day by the Ranger Club, featured a 100 foot freefall rappel lane. Freefall rappellers rappel down a rope in free air. Beginner and intermediate lanes ranging from 20 to 80 feet were also open. During ihe course of the day students were not only instructed in the finer points of rappelling, but were also instructed in camouflage, first aid, movement under fire and land navigation, skills considered important to the infantry soldier for survival in the field. The day ended with a lunch served at 1:30 pm. The lunch consisted of MRE's (Meals, Ready to Eat), hot chicken soup and hot chocolate.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989

Behrend students use Discovery computer explore job field, career possibilities by Jodi McWilliams Collegian Staff Writer Bchrend's Career and Placement Coordinator Marybcth Peterson says her office offers a valuable career guidance system - but that many students aren't even aware of it. The Discover computer is a career guidance system located in the Career Development and Placement Services office on the first floor of the Reed Building. The system is designed to help students identify career goals or to help students reinforce their career choice. Peterson explained the program is especially ideal for sophomores who have not yet decided what career to pursue, or for the senior that wants to know what the job outlook is for people in his degree area. Use of the computer recquires no special computer skills and is accompanied by step-by-step instructions. The system's creators, American College Tests, initiated this program to help guide students in making sound decisions ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 November 1989

Faculty shares their opinion of Behrend academics (continued from page 1) graduation and how much money will be made. Along with a positive outlook on the student body, the faculty members I spoke to felt the quality of education available here at Behrend is very good. Cathy Mester cited three "measuring tools" that can be used to evaluate the quality of an education. First, what is the ability of graduates to find jobs in their chosen field? Behrend has a very good track record in this capacity. Second, does the faculty have, high credentials and are they wefl-qualified?: This question also brought a solid yes, we do have a first rate staff here at Behrend. Finally, what is the student-teacher relationship? Because Behrend is a small college, we have smaller classes and therefore an academic advantage over larger schools, said Mester. academic activities such as the Speaker Series, many faculty members said that we should have more of them. Dr. Kenneth Louie pointed out tha...

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