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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

The Behrend Collegian's editorial opinion is determined by the _' EditoVr with the Editoi holding final responsibility. Opinions expressed on the editorial pages are not necessarflj those of The Behrend Collegian, The Behrend College, or The Pennsylvania State University. Brown-Thompson Newspapers, the publishers of The Behrend Collegian , is a separate corporate institution from Penn State. Letters Policy: The Behtead Collegian encourages comments on news coverage, editorial policy and University affairs. Letters should be typewritten, double-spaced, signed by no more than two people, and not longer than 400 words. Students' letters should include the semester and major of the writer. Letters from alumni should include the major and yeai of graduation of the writer. All writers should, provide their address and phone number for verification of the letter. The Collegian reserves the right to edit letters for length, and to reject letters if they are libelous or do not conform to s...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

Behrend students have lofty ideas by Lisa Hahn Collegian Staff Writer When a student comes to school, where they live is an important part of their college life. Here at Behrend, residence hall rooms are where a lot of the students live and spend most of their time. In order for the student to feel comfortable and "at home" for eight months out of the year, it is a good idea to fix up the cubicle to make it bearable to live in. When one first steps foot into a residence hall room here, the first question that usually pops into the person's head is, "How in the world am I going to manage living in this small of a space?" The answer lies within each student's creative mind. The trick is being able to turn a cubby hole with painted concrete cinder blocks, bolsters that don't match, one mirror, one set of drawers, a linoleum floor, and one bulletin board into someplace that at best slightly resembles your room at home. However, it is surprising what some students come up with us...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

Behrend goes Hawaiian Christopher Rapacfa Collegian Staff Writer Just when the campus was beginning to enjoy the sunny days and premature summer activities, winter reminded us that this was Erie and we could not shake its recurring grasp. Fog, drizzle, rain, snow and sleet became a common sight once again. The fraternity of Alpha Phi Omega came to our rescue by holding its second annual Hawaiian Beach Dance. The scheduling of this dance was superb because it gave the college the enjoyment of summer and also made us forget the Erie climate, at least far one night. •The Hawaiian Beach Dance was held on Saturday, April 4. The dance took place in the Wintergreen Cafe from 10pm to 2am. When you paid the one dollar admission cover charge, you were given a Hawaiian lei and entered Behrends own tropical island. To the left of the entrance was the M. bcktail Bar which served Near Beier, Fuzzy Navels, Pina Coladas, arid Mai Tais for a small charge of 25: cents each drink. You even had t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

Jones mixes comedy and music Lynn Popovich Collegian Staff Do you like to laugh? Well, on April 22, at the Wintergreen Cafe, there will be a person there to make you do just that. Scott Jones, a musician and comedian, will perform an act unlike anyone ever has. He uses exotic toys, wierd props, and rubber devices in his extraordinary show. He once performed his act in an elementary school and as payment he received a letter from every child in the school. The letters are now on a record and in his shows. There is also a comedy slide show which portrays all the strange images of life on the road. Whenever he would ride down the road on his many trips, he would see funny sights that he wished he tiad a camera for, so he got one and incorporated it into his creative act. lones' Comedy Show was made for community colleges and noon shows. Dramatic entrances, which are an important part of the show, are certain show-stoppers. Scott Jones also plays music which ranges from classica...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

Classical music scheduled by Liza Hahn Collegian Staff Writer If some students were asked what their favorite kind of music was, very few would say classical. Classical music is something you are forced to listen to in a music appreciation class and the only one who apprerciates it is the music teacher. Nevertheless, classical music has evolved and survived for hundreds of years, stimulating and soothing millions, of people. If students were also asked who their favorite musical group is, most would probably answer something like U2 or Bon Jovi.. It's doubtful that many would say The Aland Quartet, yet The Aland Quartet has been entertaining crowds for 25 years, longer than most musical The Alard quartet groups around today. ten rave reviews from many sources The Alard Quartet is one of a such as Paul Kresh-Stero Review distinguished line of quartets to . who says they are, "Excellent , emerge from the Julliard School of highly polished and exceptionally Music. It was form...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

HHIWBIM_^MHWHHNI_^_IHUHflflRHllVUHH Cray's blues have flair : by Paul Miniger : Collegian Staff Writer ; Putting music into categories is a " difficult task. Such an undertaking is made worse when groups are listed as being the same, yet sound different. : The last' 'blues'' album reviewed in the Behrend Collegian was Stevie Ray Vaughn's "Live Alive" LP, pn which Stevie Ray and The Double Trouble wailed through \4 songs in a seemingly endless guitai riff. The pinnacle of the album was _#ie live cover of the Jimi Hendrfai tune "Voodoo Chile." There is no doubt that the album was great, but was it the blues? I'd say it was probably more rock than blues. • "Strong Persuader" is different. The music sounds more like tradi tional blues, in that it has a slow tempo, melancholy lyrics, and a folksy guitar. However, it also has a contemporary flair to it—sort of a _?city blues." : Most of Cray's hardships are of a modern- origin, but are nonetheless, timeless. This is evident in "Stil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

j rasinsn - nfflh ¦ John Moscato Bess4th mester Kv _Tnlio _ITaracincIri ^^— ^^¦^ST"_^^'_^_M _^^^^^_"_^ _M _^^™1 i ¦».«¦ **** . _RflBnBB_^mBiiHHn_^_BH_^^_B_^H _Da«*aw _Daok A-t-U *^» «*-_«._»«<!.¦. _oy oue Aa . ,,... , 5th semester, f U WIQMllHHillHIlHi _«oger , se, Collegian Feature Editor ' j_^_BgaBBBSki Social and Behavioral Sciences- " I f_^^^_S_^^S_^BBK _mSM Cm Psd~"1 Iiked th . e old lo ?° °et " _J_^^^^^K of interest to Behrend students, so ' '^^^^P'^'j B^^ because it saves me time_^explain- _S || _^ ||||_L _e_^^^iMW SCO- ,*** IH3_sSH!=£s ¦ '_^""¦_JSHF_^ iTirFsHsT * as _iBIiPVfl sylvania State University at Ene, but the change of the name is good. can only cause confusion. I really remember what the old one looked B_^-J**U» j£»* _JWfH The Behrend College. We thought The new name should be Erie don't see the point of changing the like, so I don't really have an opi- _Hlttr_*_T>!f g _, iW_*" I this change and the change of __ because this is where we're at." l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

Put off procrastion by Dr. Brenda Eastman with Dr. Louanne Barton Collegian Contributing Writers "I just don't have any ideas that are good enough." "For this project I need a big block of time in which to work, so I might as well stop by and have a beer with the guys right now." "Maybe if I wait until closer to the deadline, a good idea will come to me." "I always work better under pressure." Procrastination is an ill that afflicts high achieving students as well as underachievers. When I was in college, I recall looking out from my library carrel at my friend sitting across the room. I would have waved except that, invariably, she was examining her split ends. That meant that her attention was focused on a point in mid-air just below eye level. I was always impressed by the studied air with which she practiced this diversion. A year later, she would be inducted into Phi Beta Kappa for her academic achievement. Still, there had been a price paid in agonizing study time. Yea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

Transfer program informs students by Cheryl Nietupski Collegian Staff Writer Students from all 22 Penn State campuses attended a program devised to help students transfer to main campus or to a branch location. The teleconference program was broadcast live from University Park through "Pennarama," a system that uses television screens and telephone lines to communicate with other college campuses. The Pennarama System displayed a panel of students from various Penn State campuses who have successfully transferred. The teleconference enabled students to inquire about financial matters, new learning experiences, how to receive off campus housing or residence halls, tutoring services, advisors, and discover several school and extra-curricular activities of University Park. -Anything students wanted to find out about the tranferring process was answered through the means of a "darome convener," a device that amplifies voices through telephone lines. The darome convener was connect...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

Season closes with The Foreigner by Susanna Jalosky _ Collegian Staff .Writer / The Behrend Studio Theatre has opened its doors one final time this season to present the hysterically acclaimed "The Foreigner." The setting is an old fishing lodge in rural Georgia. Froggy, played by Dale Chappell, often visits the lodge while running training sessions at a nearby army base. Charlie, played by Wendell Bates, agrees to accompany Froggy and spend a few days at the lodge. They are, however, faced with a problem. Charlie feels he has become frightfully boring over years of devoted work as a proofreader for a science magazine. He finally admits that he's afraid of people and often has difficulty in even speaking to them, and decides he doesn't want to endure his short vacation at the lodge after all. But Froggy comes up with a plan so that Charlie can stay and be waited on with the best of service for three days without having to speak or be spoken to. He..introduces Charlie as his fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

Alpha Omega players featured by Stephanie-Burnige Collegian Staff Writer April 8, Behrend was blessed with a two act comedy play, "Same Time Next Year." The blockbustei hit is about a man and a woman who meet, fall in love and fall into bed, then meet once a year to do it all over again. The play was written by Bernard Slode and directed by Drexel H. Riley. The understudy Scott Corey played Old Chaney. As the first scene begins we learn that George is on a business trip where he meets Doris who is supposed to be staying at a convent. The two are together in bed. Slowly, they get to know each other. Although they're both happily married, they fall in love with each other. They decide to meet again the following year. As it turns out they meet for the next 25 years. Donna Orzano, who plays Doris, and Rich Chaney, who plays her lov-er George, met at the Reperatory Theatre of America in which they have-been employed for quite some time. They have toured 15 of the 18 Penn State c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

MMMx_^f ball a success -¦ ' '_'- ¦'¦^¦ * r ¦ ' » " ' P«aasyfvani_»'s 2tst district ., _; -•" . in by Michelle Grasmicit November of 1982. Collegian Staff Writer 'j_^ _evening began with tbe Oa MareS 28, ttoe Reserve O!f~ Posting of the _^ Colors by lite fleer's Association held its _aaanal Behn_^_uS Color Guard. Under the military i_>sH at the Maennerchor leadership of Sergeant of the Cbr{>,ijJwliicftJBeferendROT€_'>_vas Guard Greg Darkac_, tie Color a major _parrJdpaBt. The porpose Guard members, Audrey Heirferof tsV baB was to bring together son, James Gavriliis, Patrick various local unite, as well as KeHana, and Michelle Grasmick, Behrend cadets, for interaction bet- posted the nstkmai and state colors wsen local military oaits. . * ¦ wits great precision and accnracy. The guest speaker of the e?ening , The evening coded with a few was. ' Congressman Tom Ridge. laughs, dancing, and some small Ridge is presently serving Iris third talk. It was a time of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

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Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

JanWikon inducted into Slippery Rock Hall of Fame by Michael Cifelli Collegian Staff Writer _: _"' There was a period of time when schools didn't acknowledge women's athletics. Women didn't have the opportunity to be r ecognized by their respective school or achieve athletic-related honors. That was the situation Coach Jan Wilson experienced when she was a student at Slippery Rock University. ' Despite never actually competing mtercollegiately, Coach Wilson was recently inducted into Slippery. Rock's Sports Hall of Fame. At the banquet, she was presented with a pewter plaque and a picture plaque to join an elite group of fivewomen who own a spot in Slippery Rock athletic history. Awarding' Coach Wilson was Behrend Athletic Director Herb Lauffer. She was originally nominated over two years ago, but didn't make it. After finally being honored, Coach Wilson credited this opportunity greatly to, "people who remembered me." She did take some of the credit though. "I was really th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

Photo by Hollv Lett Intramural Volleyball, "The best of the bunch" by Sean Weaver Collegian Staff Writer Setters did their best and spikers hit their hardest in the final days of the intramural volleyball, March 30 and April 1st. It was decided who had the 'stuff to be the 'best of the bunch.' Up from 37 teams last year, 40 teams in all competed in the yearly event The event went well due to the cooperation of the students. "Over all, the students are very cooperative in volleyball intramurals," says Sarah Rose, IM instructor. "The reason for this is the large student involvementjn the volleyball Phys Ed class offered at Behrend." The participation this year was up from last year and was the lagest number of teams to date. There was breakdown of 7 womens teams, 18 co-ed teams, and 15 mens teams who competed throughout the event. And of those 3 divisions there were, of course, 3 teams to come out on top. In the womens category Kart II won first place honors by defeating t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 16 April 1987

Softball opens by David Bruce Collegian Staff Writer After having had six games postponed due to bad weather, the Behrend Women's Softball Team finally opened their season at Pitt-Bradford on April 9th, splitting a doubleheader against the Panthers. The Cubs won the first game 8-2, thanks to a strong pitching performance by Lisa Hites. The freshman hurler threw a five hitter for the victory. She also helped offensively, with two hits and four stolen bases. Freshmen - Chris Hayes also batted well, going 2 for 4 in the opener. The Cubs were not as fortunate in the second game, losing 17-7. Throwing problems plagued the team during the nightcap as they committed nine errors altogether. Jodi Buerkle went 3 for 4 and Jill Smith doubled in a losing cause. After the doubleheader, coach Anne Burbules said,"We ¦ played well defensively (in the first game),...and the team is starting to gel." The coach was pleased with the pitching, and was excited about the play of catcher Lisa Doren...

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