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

Lions scream at black clouds _™_£?J*on ' ??_£!•' front to help Bill Fralic. by Marjorie Suroviec Collegian Staff Writer The Penn State-Behrend Women's Tennis team continues to •battle not only their competitors but also Erie's wet weather. The Lion's first match was against Clarion, a Division two team. The final score was 0-9. "Even though we knew our competition would be tough, being a fairly inexperienced team did not help matters any," said Coach Karin Sobotta. The women are working hard, but practice in the gym is a lot different than practice on the courts. Because of the rainy weather, Erie Hall has become too familiar to the tennis team. Practicing indoors allows for concentration on skills, but it is impossible to play practice matches indoors because of limited space. "Black clouds make us scream because we know that any minute we'll be back in the gym trying to fight the glare from the floor," said Coach Sobotta. "The girls even brought up the-idea of using black ...

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

What goes up must come down by Wally Kemp Collegian Staff Writer Summer will soon be over and , unfortunately, it will be time to get the long pants and jackets out from the closet and get prepared for cooler weather. For skiersn however, this is a promising sign that winter is just around the cor-" ner and snow is on the way, hopefully in large quantities, unlike last year. To all you skiers, let it be known that the Penn State-Pennant dri these two, the Twins are suspect on ' . the mound. This weakness will rear ts ugly head come playoff time, and Detroit will take quick advantge of it. The Tigers should roll over Minnesota. In the National League East, the St. Louis Cardinals and New York Behrend Ski Club is already organizing this winters activities, and plans on having a good year. For those familiar with the ski club," there is a chance that you were discouraged with last year's organization, but Sam Avampato, president of the ski club, wishes to inform the student bod...

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

Inconsistency plagues Volleyball team by Andy Dobry Collegian Staff Writer With only two starters returning and a roster that is made up of mostly freshmen, the women's volleyball team will have a difficult time improving on last year's 15-26 record. Coach Jan Wilson, however, is optimistic about her young team. This year's team has compiled a record of 3-7 so far, including a milestone victory on September 22nd. A 15-11, 15-9 win over Case Western marked the 200th victory for the Behrend women's volleyball program. Coach Wilson was pleased with her team's performance, "We needed to show more poise on the court. We have good material and good hitters, and against Case Western the team began to show more poise." Sophomore Chris Zurkan is the only returning starter who has played extensively so far this season. Beth Beres, a starter last year, returned to the lineup for the first time against Case Western after missing the first part of this season with an injury. Wilson counts ...

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

Welcome, cont. Previously, he held a position as Public Recreation Director in Grove City. He plans on finishing his degree and as a parallel career change, leaving the public sector and working in higher education. Bob's tentative career goals include teaching at the college level and eventually obtaining a position as an Intramural Director. Water polo is Bob's new special event this year. This exists mainly for recreation as opposed to competition. Itwould be a modified version using inner tubes and nets in the outdoor pool by the Glenhill Farmhouse. Weather permitting, Bob would like to have the teams playing by September 24. , Intramurals are difficult to organize because there are over 300 students in the sports program and a limited amount of time to schedule all the popular sports. When I asked Bob about his feelings concerning intramurals he said, "It's a worthwhile service for the students, and it helps them relax from their hectic lifestyle. It also a,means to form frie...

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

Police and Safety will be holding an Operation I.D. program on Wednesday, October 21st from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. in Niagara Lobby. Everyone is invited to bring their belongings to be engraved and attend the open Grime Watch meeting. Therer will also be a Crime Watch meeting held in the Reed Building TV Lounge from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 13th. Topic: Residential Security.

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

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

Crime Watch or mushrooms, anyone? Northwest Poison Control reports that wild mushrooms should be left alone. Any form of consumption is potentially fatal and should not be attempted.

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

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

Flirting with danger -the limits by-James Martin Collegian Staff Writer i "Sexual harassment in society has become increasingly recognized as a problem and there is clearly sensitivity to the issue at Penn State," explains Dean of Student Services Chris Reber. Allowing their actions to speak for themselves, Penn State has gotten serious about addressing sexual harassment. Since 1981 the University has had an explicit policy prohibiting sexual harassment which reads in part: "The Pennsylvania State University does not tolerate sexual harassment of its students and employees. Unwelcome sexual advances, requests and other verbal or physical contact constitute sexual harassment." Beyond this statement of policy, Penn State has taken the step of identifying specific faculty-staff members on all campuses to be notified in the event of a harassment problem. Dean Reber and Career and Placement Coordinator MaryBeth Peterson have assumed the roles of harassment contact individuals at Be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

Date Rape by Trinette Zawadzki Collegian Staff Writer It had been a wonderful evening. Your date took you to dinner and a movie but when it came time to say good-night, the fantasy turned into a nightmare. The gentleman wanted more than a_^ood-night kiss; he forced himself upon you sexually and committed the crime known as date rape. • - Date rape is one of the growing hidden epidemics in America. According to F.B.I, records, there were 90,434 forcible rapes reported in 1986. Date rape has been undocumented until recently when 7000 students at 35 colleges and universities were surveyed by .the National Institute of Mental Health. The survey uncovered some very startling facts: - ?One woman student in eight had been raped. ?Ninety percent of the women knew their assalients and 47 percent of the rapes were first dates or romantic acquaintances. ?More than 90 percent of the women did not report the rape. ¦ ' . ?One out of twelve men admitted to have fulfilled the legal definition...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

Master Plan in effect on campus by Vicki Sebring Collegian Staff Writer When you hear the phrase "Master Plan" you might think of something from a James Bond movie or a Get Smart clip, but Assistant Dean Jack Burke says that the "Master Plan" is the Groundworks for a "New and Im¬ proved! " Behrend Campus!! This The Multipurpose Builing, which extensive 10-year expansion pro- •was formerly called the Lifegram, which was just recently pass- Fitness Center, will cost approxed by administatoTS, will eventually iately S8 million and will entertain expand Behrend across Jordan up to 5000 spectators! Three dif-Road and add several new dimen- ferent parts will be constructed into tions to the campus. The expansion the building: The first part will be will affect all aspects of the campus subdivided into three side-by-side from an enormous $9.6 million basketball courts. The second will Library, to a three-part recrea- contain an Olympic-size swimming tional facility. pool. Finally t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

APO making difference By Maria Plaza Collegian Staff Writer Alpha Phi Omega; a national coed service fraternity, has made a difference in the Wesleyville area where _theyVe just completed a successful clothing drive which provided the clothes needed to open a clothing bank at Wesleyville Baptist Church. Future drives are planned to keep the bank supplied. . Although Alpha Phi Omega is one if several Greek societies on campus, it's different in that thenmain purpose is service. "Our goal is to make a difference," says Rich McCartney, vice president of* Alpha Phi Omega. Alpha Phi Omega is a member of the third largest fraternity in the country. Behrend's chapter has an enrollment of about 40 members and alumni, plus pledges.; Community service projects, such as the clothing drive, are one of four main areas of service performed by Alpha Phi Omega chapters. Alpha Phi Omega's other . areas of service are campus, na¬ tion, and club. Campus projects include incude dances, plant sa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

Calendar Day to aid clubs By H. Steven Lee Collegian Staff Writer On Saturday, October 8, the Inter-Club Council will hold Calendar Day. Calender Day will allow the clubs at Behrend to gather together and organize all their activities for the semester. It will eventually be printed comprehensively into a calender showing all the times the different clubs will meet and the events they are planning. This is the first time Calendar Day is being held, butTCarin Lee Shrum, the Calendar Day Chairperson, hopes it will become an annual event. She believes there will be many benefits that will come out of Calendar Day. It will reduce the risk of clubs holding an event at the same time, so a person does not have to choose between two clubs. And It will "make more people aware of the activities occuring at Behrend", so more poeple will be encouraged to attend these events

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

' i! ' Freshman Corner f. . celebrities on hand. Sponsored by the Student Programming Council l on that same night, "Dinner with Six Strangers" will also take place. s For those of you who took the opportunity to sign yourself up, this .' will be your chance to get to know I one' of your present or future prol ' fessors better. On Oct. 24th, Bob Goldthwait t will appear live at Erie Hall. This f event is sponsored by the Student t Programming Council and K104. . Get your tickets at the RUB Desk. early for this smashing event. A few other things to look forward to in the near future include Commuter Newsletter, Wall Street Week, and a University Ski Trip. Any comments for either Michael or myself can be addressed by either of them in the S.G. A. office on Mondays and Fridays between 1:00 and 1:50 pm. Stay tuned...more to come! greatly appreciate them and ever one is taken seriously. Let me tell you what's going oi during the next few weeks. On Oct 16th the Commuter Council ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

_MHmHHH The last meeting of the Omicron Delta Kappa National Honor Society was held on Thursday, Sept. 24th. Topics dicsussed in-. eluded the following: * In an effort to bring attention to student and faculty classroom behavior, ODK is sponsoring and essay contest on the subject. See page six of the Oct. 1st issue of the Collegian or the Oct. 2nd Faculty Bulletin for details. ODK members are eligible and are encouraged to participate. Contact Michael Chiteman or Matthew Farkas if ¦ you have any questions. • A campus recycling project was discussed and Mark Valentino and Ed Applegate will have more • details at the meeting on October 8th. We welcome ideas for the use of the funds created by the project. . • The Battle of the Bands will be on Sunday, October 18, and we have been given the opportunity to raise money for ODK by having a concession stand. A decision will be made on October 8. • We have requested a list of in-. dividuals who are academically eligible for selection....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

Lice University Health Services-Lice on the human body is called pediculosis. Lice are most commonly found on the head and the pubic area, they may- also be found on the eyelashes and under the arms. Three different kinds of lice cause the disease; head lice, pubic lice, and body lice. Individuals contract the disease by coming in contact with an infested ' person, comb, brush, garment, bed, carpet, or a piece of furniture recently used by an infested person. A louse rarely lives more than 48 hours off the human body. They cannot hop or jump. i Adult lice lay eggs (nits) on the hair shaft close to the body and they hatch in seven to ten days. The nits are small, white, and shiny, the louse is small, black or reddish brown, they are parasites , and they live on human blood. Itching and irritation are present around the infested area. The lice continue to multiply and spread until treated with the proper prescribed shampoo or lotion. With proper treatment all of the lice and eggs ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

_HM Police and Safety-Erie Hall locker rooms have been the loca- ' tions of several thefts recently. Valuables and cash have been stolen from locker areas during class. The victims have had items stolen from locked lockers, unlocked lockers, and gym bags left on the benches or floor. There are several ways' these thefts can be prevented: (1) Do not store valuables in die locker room, particularly cash. Even locked lockersare not safe from theft; (2) Join the Crime Watch Program. This -program works and is very active on Campus. The only requirement of the program is that the paricipants agree to report suspicious activity to Police and Safety at 898-6231; (3) If you see anyone in the locker rooms, or anywhere else, that looks like their "up to something," call the Police immediately; (4) If you are a victim, report the crime to Police and Safety. They can't help if they don't know what is going on. . The Police can't do it alone. They need your help. Remember that ANYONE can b...

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