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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1990
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Frat house raided [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 February 1990
Frat house raided Sixteen people cited for underage drinking at Sigma Kappa Nu house by Mark Owens Collegian News Editor Last Friday night* state and local law enforcement officers raided the Sigma Kappa Nu fraternity house on Cooper Road, citing 16 people for underage drinking. Officers of the State Police, Board of Liquor Control Enforcement and Penn State - Behrend's Police and Safety department arrived at the fraternity house around 10:30 pm to conduct the raid on the Sigma Kappa Nu and Delta Chi mixer. Randy Hoffman, Manager of Police and Safety, said Police and Safety officers were on hand at the request of the State Police to provide technical assistance, such as identification and crowd control. According to Corporal Zelinski of the Board of Liquor Control Enforcement, roughly 85 to 90 people were at the party at the time of the raid. He said around 20 of them were around high school age, adding one of the 16 cited for underage drinking was only 16 years old. Zelin...
NAACP leader Hooks speaks of "bright and dark" days ahead [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 February 1990
NAACP leader Hooks speaks of "bright and dark" days ahead Activist tells blacks to take pride in achievements and not to become complacent Enduring issue: Dr. Benjamin L. Hooks tells an audience in Reed Lecture Hall of the progress and shortcomings of the civil rights movements by Tony Olivito Collegian News Editor Dr. Benjamin L. Hooks told an audience in the Reed Lecture Hall last Thursday night about the "bright and dark" sides of the civil rights movement. Hooks, the chief executive officer of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People), was the seventh speaker in a series focusing on issues in the 1990's. Hooks stated achievements of blacks should be held up to the rest of the community as examples of the "bright side" of civil rights progress. He noted that there are 7300 elected black officials. Among them are the mayors of New York City and Los Angles and the governor of Virginia. He also pointed out there are 40,000 black lawyers, 33,0...
Two false fire alarms reported within past two weeks [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 February 1990
Two false fire alarms reported within past two weeks Police Report: by Carol Mandera Collegian Staff Writer Lawrence Hall was evacuated by campus police shortly after 1 am Sunday following the second false fire alarm in the building in the last two weeks. Randy Hoffman, Manager of Police and Safety, reported that officers evacuated and inspected the building. No evidence of smoke or fire was discovered. Officers did find evidence of an intentional false alarm, set on the east end of the first floor. Residents were allowed back in the building about 20 minutes after the evacuation. Hoffman said that his department is continuing to investigate and asks that anyone with information contact the Department of Police and Safety at Extension #6101. Police are currently investigating two cases involving the theft of property belonging to Behrend students. A VCR valued at approximately $350 was stolen from a campus apartment. The student who reported the theft stated that he was ...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 February 1990
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Behrend briefs [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 February 1990
Behrend briefs Lambda Sigma Sophomore Honors Society have sent letters by campus mail for membership to all eligible freshmen who have earned a 3.0 or higher and are full-time students. If you think you are eligible but have not received a letter, please contact Mrs. Cathy Mester at 6207 or Dr. Carolyn Spies at 6241 in the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences office. Spots Still available for Daytona Beach Spring Break Trip. If interested, you must contact Marty Cunningham in the SGA office by Wednesday, February 14. Cost is $199. Alpha Sigma Lambda is having a meeting in the Library Conference room at 4 pm on Thursday, February 8. Robert Marandi is holding a seminar on "The Future of Jobs in Science and Engineering" in Reed 116 at noon on February 15. ROTC will be holding a helicopter exercise in the athletic field at 9:30 am on Saturday, February 10. Anyone interested in watching a helecopter in action is invited to come. The Computer Center is offering training sess...
Student challenges administration's punishment of Sigma Tau Gamma [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 February 1990
Student challenges administration's punishment of Sigma Tau Gamma Opinion) Letters to the Editor: Dear Editor, Penn State is indeed an Equal Opportunity University, is it not? We preach that "Racism has no place at Penn State." If you are a victim of discrimination or witness a racist act you report it to the proper authorities and they will take care of it, right? Penn State is supposed to be a model of a diversified institution. An incident has occurred however, that shows that we don't practice what we preach. On Tuesday, January 16 (the day Martin Luther King, Jr. Ill was at Behrend to speak, how ironic) members of the Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity attended an Erie Panthers hockey game, simply for entertainment. The opposing team was ahead, primarily due to one outstanding player. He just so happened to be an African-American (black). Well, rather than jeer the entire team, Sigma Tau Gamma, along with the crowd and a 3 year old child, began to chant, "Go home Buckwheat, g...
Writer opposes Spanos' column on mandatory drug testing for financial aid [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 February 1990
Writer opposes Spanos' column on mandatory drug testing for financial aid Dear Editor, I am writing in response to Christine Spanos' column about drug use among students who receive financial aid. Frankly, I very nearly puked when I read this bit of right-wing trash. Although Ms. Spanos has the right to air her opinion, I must violently disagree with her willingness to give up her and my constitutional rights. She says, "If the testing were only for illegal drugs, ....it would only be the drug users themselves who claim that their constitutional rights are being violated." What an incredibly stupid thing to say! I don't use drugs, but I am not willing to forfeit my Fourth Amendment right to be free of unreasonable searches and seizures just because the issue middle America is upset about this year is drug abuse. Drug testing without probable cause is wrong. Our founding fathers wrote constitutional rights into the U.S. Constitution because they had experienced what it was li...
Editorial Policy [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 February 1990
Editorial Policy The Collegian's editorial opinion is determined by the editor, with the editor holding final responsibility. Opinions expressed in The Collegian are not necessarily those of The Collegian or the Pennsylvania State University. Letter Policy: The Collegian encourages letters on news coverage, editorial content and university affairs. Letters should be typewritten, double-spaced and signed by no more than two persons. Letters should be no longer than 400 words. Letters should include the semester and major of the writer. All letters should provide the address and phone number of the writer 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 standards of good taste. Postal Information: The Collegian (898-6488) is published weekly by the students of the Behrend College; The Reed Union Building, Station Road, Erie, Pa 16563.
Politics and drugs [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 February 1990
Politics and drugs Writer believes D.C. Mayor Barry's ethics, not his skin color, to blame by Christine Spanos Is D.C. Mayor Marion Barry a helpless, hapless victim of a plot against black public officials (as many civil rights leaders, liberal journalists and ministers seem to believe), or is he simply a public official whose abuse of a powerful office prompted his recent arrest? In my opinion, neither. Mayor Barry finds himself faced with drug charges due only to his blatant disregard for the law. Those who claim Barry is a victim of racism don't seem to realize that by defending him in that manner, they are, in fact, the ones engaging in racial prejudices. Implying that Barry is a victim of a plot against black politicians is to suggest that he is nothing more than a simple-minded fool who has no concept of law. Perhaps that's all he is, but that doesn't say much for the people of this country, particularly the D.C. residents who elected him. Public officials are supposed...
The Collegian [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 February 1990
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Mark explores trials and tribulations of winter activicties [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 February 1990
Mark explores trials and tribulations of winter activicties by Mark Owens Caution: This week's column deals with violence and cruelty beyond human comprehension. Individuals with high blood pressure, heart conditions, lower back pain, pregnancy, warts, ingrown toenails or acne should read this only under a doctor's advice, or while blindfolded. Being February and all, I thought it was time to talk about winter activities and what you should avoid if, by some strange chance, we ever get snow. There are two kinds of winter activities; indoor and outdoor. Outdoor things are to be dreaded while indoor things are to be merely feared. Its sort of like bad cooking; you dread mom's Tuna Noodle Surprise while merely fearing the Meatloaf from Hell. There are very few things one can enjoy outside in winter, mainly because (surprise, surprise) its cold out there. Most people I know have this aversion to cold. Personally, my favorite outdoor activity is going inside. Then I can sit in my r...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 February 1990
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A tribute to Hall of Fame Inductees [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 February 1990
A tribute to Hall of Fame Inductees Entertainment Writer examines the accomplishments of The Kinks by Gary L. Nolan Collegian Staff Writer Editor's Note: For the next four weeks, Gary Nolan will highlight the careers of the 1989 inductees to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The list of nominees for this class of inductees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame were recently announced, and The Kinks' name landed deservedly on that bill. As one of the original "English Invasion" bands . The Kinks began their diverse recording career in 1964. The hit that landed The Kinks squarely on Billboard's charts was "You Really Got Me," a song that later defined what would later be termed "power chord rock." A teenage Dave Davies, though rarely credited, did outstanding and groundbreaking work combining feedback in guitar work. This technique was later to be perfected by Jimi Hendrix. The band's two frontmen and main writers still include brothers Ray and Dave Davies, who have remai...