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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

WTiy W_^BCR doesn't rock class by Maria Plaza Collegian Staff According to Kirk Stewart, WBCR's general manager, the radio station has been off the air since a serious equipment malfunction occurred late last semester. With only a little over $200, the radio club cannot afford to purchase replacement equipment. There is hope in sight, though. A local benefactor is willing to donate the money to buy necessary new equipment, but before the donation is accepted, it must be approved by the University. So the WBCR staff is working to prove that the station is a worthwhile and productive organization. A high management turnover a communications . _According rate has hurt the station in the past, to Stewart, the WBCR club plans says Stewart, but he has high hopes to remain open even if it becomes for the future. "With new manage- affiliated with a class. "I have abment staff and the reorganization solutely no intention of making it of WBCR, we will have a continui- mandatory for ma...

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 — 1 October 1987

Honors programs _chaUenge students by Marjorie _Suro ' viec Collegian Staff Writer This year Penn State Erie-The Behrend College has not only improved the look, of the campus but has also improved the academic curriculum. The Behrend College Honors Program and the University Scholars Program are brand new programs designed to challenge academically superior students. "To qualify for the Behrend Colleege Honors Program, a freshman must have earned 1200 on his or her SAT or have a predicted GPA of 3.0 or higher," said Mari Trenkle, Honors coordinator and administrative assis¬ tant for academic affairs. "At the also involves many social activities_, first level of this two-tiered honors "Mini faculty seminar with topic; program, - freshman must maintain ranging from economics to internaa- 3.2 or greater GPA eacn tional terrorism, off-campus play; semester," added Trenkle. and meetings with famous per"Presently we have 31 freshmen sonalities are just a few of the enrolled in our...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Freshman Corner pg. 2 Letters to the Editor.. pg. 4 Music Review: R.E.M ..pg. 5 Reptile World.... pg. 8 NFL Predictions..... pg. 9

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Architects win award by Bill Warner Collegian Staff Writer The architectural firm responsi ble for the design of Penn Stat< Erie - The Behrend College's Ham merill and Zurn science building: was honored at a recent _ceremonj in Pittsburgh. The firm of Bohlin Powell Larkin Ciwinski received the merit award for Achievement in Design from the Pittsburgh chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). The ceremonies took place at the University of Pittsburgh May 29, 1987. According to Richard Speicher, president of the Erie chapter, "The AIA is far and away he largest professional architects organization in the country. Roughly 75. - 80. of the professional architects in the US are members of the AIA. The _arganization takes a leadership role in promoting the positive values of architecture, such as environmental responsibility and historic _preservation." Linda Cornwell, the Associate Director of Development and University Relations, represente< Penn State-...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Lotus courses to be offered University Relations—Beginning Oct. 8, Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, will host Hands-On Seminars for" managers , executives and other high-powered business people who 'want to find out how the Lotus computer package can improve productivity and profitability. Sponsored by ithe Penn State-Behrend Division of Continuing Education, the seminar includes an Introduction to Lotus 1-2-3TM (with sessions held Ot. 8, 15, and 22) and sessions in Advanced Lotus l-2-3TM-(Nov. 5, 12, and 19). All degree in information science from sessions will be held in the General the University of Pittsburgh. She is Electric Foundation Computer currently pursuing her doctorate in Center located in the college's information science. Hammermill and Zurn buildings. . . . The fee for the Lotus seminars is Karen Cooper, an instructor of $125 P er seminar. A special rate of management information systems * 200 P_^ Person will be offered to in the Penn State-Behrend Schoo...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Election results by Liz Fitzgerald Contributing Writer The votes have been tallied and the results are in. Inter Club Council VP - Heidi Gebhart Student Programming Council VP - Karin Lee Shrum Student Government Association VP - Maria Savoldi Commuter Senators - Elizabeth Buck, Andrew Festa, Tina McGinnis, Gerald Nicks, Matt Savacool, John Schaaf The two new freshmen senators are Orlando Cruz and Michael Fekete. Cruz ; from Miami, FL, feels he can "make a significant impact on the policies of the SGA. I want to get the freshman class more involved with their government," by providing an active voice in SGA meetings. Cruz has goals but says he needs to know what the freshmen want. He encourages students with suggestions to talk to either himself or Fekete. Fekete, devoting most of his time to the freshman class, said, "I'm not on any other committes because I feel it is important to dedicate my time to what I feel is most important so I can get the best results." Mike plans to...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Observe this open house University Relations—Star seekers will be treated to a decadent supply of celestial delights on Oct.3 at-8 p.m. when the observatory at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College opens its doors for another Open House. Dr. Robert Marande, assistant star-spangled slide presentation professor of physics, will host the and lecture_, free-and-open-to-the-public event, Space is limited and reservatios which will feature glimpses of are required for the open house_, .globular clusters, Saturn, Uranus For more information or to reserve and Neptune. If rain dampens the your space beneath the stars, call moodDr. Marande will offer a 898 - 6105.

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

¦ . ' by Kann Shram Accounting club pres The speaker for Sept. 16 was i Gene Brown who is employed with .American Sterilizer Company and iis the president of the National Association of Accountants i(NAA). For $17.50 a student may obtain membership from the NAA. With this membership, he or she will be invited to attend the monthly dinner and technical meetings, which are held on the third Tuesday of every month. At these meetings students are encouraged to meet and interact with other members and establish contacts with business executives. The price 'of dinners for students ranges from $5 to $7. The student member wil also receive the NAA Anual Program Booklet, which includes a complete listing of all current members and speakers planned for the entire year. They also receive the monthly newsletter "The Ledger." (Pretty original, huh?) Students may also want • to participate as associate directors on a particular The NAA is m the process of establishing internships for s...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Freshman Corner by Michael Fekete Freshman Senator . I would like to open by welcoming everyone to Penn State Erie, The Behrend College. For those of you who do not know me, I come from Pittsburgh, and I, along with Orlando Cruz, will be representing the 1987 - 1988 freshman class. . What this column will be geared towards is to better inform you of the important happenings on campus. We, the senators, feel that is it crucial to be able to give you as much as we can to Kelp you understand the workings of our school. It's not very easy for people with different backgrounds and values to come together and mesh comfor- joyabe atmosphere_, tably. The life we are living is still I want to stress again the fact pretty new to us, and we are still that there is much here for us at hesitant as to exactly what we can Behrend, such as the many acachieve here at Behrend. tivities that have been planned for The up and coming year holds us. Academics are crucial, but colmany advantages fo...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

The Collegian is in desperate need of typists!! If you can type efficiently and would like to become a vital part of the staff, please stop by or callthe office at 898-6221 The office is located behind the Rub Desk and next door/to the SGA off ices. The Collegian is still available for credit as a course!

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Redenius researches, teaches in China Martinwith facfrom Oklahoma State Dy james Collegian Staff Writer A Penn State Erie faculty member has left for a semesterlong visit to the People's Republic of China to teach as a visiting •Visiting facultyjooh to provide Chinese students with valuable insights on American government. faculty member at Huange University in Zheazhou, China. During his visit, Redenius will teach a course on American Government. It will be based on The American Republic: politics, institutions, and policies, a text that Redenius co-authored, along : ; - \ I i _i , : r ulty and Clemson Universities. Additionally, he will teach a course on the American judicial system. While in China, Redenius plans to conduct research on either the local court system or on university governance. His choice of topics, he admits, will be somewhat dependent . upon his access to both people . and materials. "I'll have to depend on interiews to accomplish research • because I don'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

:; The Police and Safety Department has many public service programs. Some of the programs include Alcoholrug Awareness, Self protection Tips, Crime Watch, Operation Identification, CPR, and Fire Preventionesponse. " These programs are presented throughout the school- year, and all are welcome to attend. In addition, a Safety rack is located in the first floor Reed vestibule with free pamphlets available. ,. Several important tips include: : 1. Lock your residence doors, even if your out just a minute. • 2. Lock your car and take your keys. : 3. If you go out at night, don't go alone and follow well lit and traveled paths, not short cuts. :• 4. Don't drink alcohol if you are jinder 21 years of age. If you drink, ¦d o so in moderation. DO NOT ORINK AND DRIVE. " - The Behrend campus is a Crime Watch campus with hundreds of participants. The program has targeted vandelism and theft and has been effective on other campuses in reducing incidences of these crimes. A participant i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

S.Q.A. Minutes by Hotly/Lew - , cc is working on_! producing a _weeJcJy. newsletter-* pie " Intef. Club -CoancH ' -meets- every other * Meetings will be held every Wednesday at 5:30 -Thursday- at 5 in Rl 16." The -ICC - plans; to post in R_116. _v ¦ -meeting, times and places of all organizations ta. _* Treasurer KarinShrunvreported that the SGA one of theglass eac!_dsedrcases.!n: ,2n_#ffc>orReea has $.6,011.96. , • * _TheaJoint Residence Council jneetsJ_^_oaiikys * A design was nominated for. the-AJI-U-Day at 7;30 _&,in. in Rl-16- The JRC-plaasto sell Banner Competition. The theme of the competi- flowers for sweetest day, -. '-. tion is "You've got a friend at Penn State. "The • The. Student Programming- Council -meets banner committee headed by Bonnie Tanovah and _^ Tuesdays at - 6:00 m JRII6; Toe Battle of ;tfae Heather Osmond-welcomesSaagesdons_. " Bands, scneduled-lbr _OctbSet 18 apdittbj_^wia * The _QommuterCouncilareported_; that ail its feature Frictioa-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

BflmififHiiflMfiffffBn At the meeting Sept. 21, each floor representative was given a" sheet to go around their hall with and ask residents to volunteer to have a guest stay with them for the "Get to know us" Weekend. Apartments may also have guests. Wee People will be held Oct. 29. The children will be from 6 to ten years old. A sign up sheet for volunteers will be available soon. There will be a carnation/rose sale for Sweetest Day Oct. 17. The carnations will cost SI and the roses will cost $2. The order deadline is Oct. 8, and signs will be posted. The roses will be delivered Oct. 16. The Food and Housing Committee reported that each JRC representative must post a sign in their floor bathroom in which residents may list complaints or comments. The Activities and Publicity Committees had nothing to report.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Do you want to do something different with the white t-shirts you stole from your dad? You can become a Deadhead, or just look like one, without paying the high price for a store bought tie dye. Lambda Sigma Honor Society is holding do-it-yourself tie dye sessions next week. They will_^be held Wed., Oct. 7 and Thurs., Oct. 8 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Reed T.V. lounge. Prices will be posted early next week. A fee will becharged for the dye ... You can bring your own tshirt or purchase one from Lambda Sigma.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

The Lion's Pride is currently involved in yearbook sales. The Yearbook costs only $15 and is payable in three $5 installments. The staff welcomes students to join in producing the best Yearbook Behrend has 1 ever seen. Submissions of prose, poetry, photography, art, et al are needed. The Yearbook also needs a cover photo. Our deadline for this photo is Oct. 31; if you have a photo you'd like to be on the cover, contact Julie Gustafson or Holly Lew at ext! 6221.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

TOTH plans to have cider sale, dates undecided, as a fundraiser. The club is also working on the Nightowl newsletter, the TOTH publication. Ideas and articles are needed for the late October edition. TOTH also plans to have workshops; a stress management workshop with personal counselors Drs. Brenda Eastman and Louanne Barton is being looked into.

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

by James Gavrillis The Ranger Club, a detachment Of the Behrend College ROTC program, is now vigorously training for the Ranger Challenge. This is an event in which all the ranger clubs from other school in western Pennsylvania compete in various military skills, including PT, the rope bridge, rifle marksmanship, grenade throwing and a 10K road march. The first, second and third place winners will then compete with the winners from other areas for the state championship. The top three of that event go to Fort Bragg, NC, to compete with the best of ROTC Region I. The Rangers Club is looking forward to going all, the way this year. Last year the Club took fourth .place in western PA. Among the other ROTC sponsored clubs are the Rifle Club, Scuba Club, and Drill Team. The various clubs teach their specialty and compete in their areas, but Rangers must be proficient in all areas, including marksmanship, and drill and ceremonies. Additionally, the Rangers must learn movement, ma...

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