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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 May 1985

Annual Spring "MudRun" Lives Up To Sts Name by Judy Bush Collegian Staff Writer "MudRun 85", formally the Annual Penn .State-Behrend "Run For Fun", was held Sat., April 20. There were 24 competitors in the 3K (2 mile) event and 48 in the 10K (6.2 mile) event. Both events were held on a crosscountry course which took runners over Behrend's upper and lower fitness trails. Winners of the 3K event were Barb Hanes for the women, with a time of 14:59, and William Good for the men, finishing in 11:18. Carol waters and Valentine Gaskiewicz won the 10K event with times of 39:11 and 35:47, respectively. The top three finishers of each age group, and the top three finishers in the Behrend Student Category and Behrend Staff-Alumni Category also received ribbons. Winners in the Behrend Student Category for the 3K were, for the women, Lisa Oviatt, first place, Kathy Ott, second place, and Melanie Taylor, third place. The 3K male student winners were Mark Hilliard, first place, Brett Worla...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 May 1985

Intramural Competition Increased Enthusiasm Among Participants by Rob Roth Collegian Sports Writer From slow-pitch Softball Jn the fall to men's tennis this spring, the intramural season has drawn to a close. In between, students had a chance to participate in: football, soccer, golf, three-on-three basetball, ' five-on-five basketball, swimming, volleyball, fast-pitch Softball, ultimate frisbee, outdoor basketball, and badminton. All told, total participation numbered approximately 1,950 students (counted as many times as they participated in different sports). Also a part of the intramurals was the "Mud Run 85", the winners of which were crowned the intramural cross-country champs. One of the most exciting competitions this year was men's fastpitch Softball in which the faculty team led by Bob Hostetler, associate professor of mathematics, defeated the student finalists in extra innings for a 7-3 victory and the fast-pitch championship. Intramural Director Duane Crider f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 May 1985

SIGMA KAPPA INI U The brothers of Sigma Kappa Nu are proud to announce their new brothers and little sisters of Spring Pledge Class of 1985. Brothers Sisters Stan Branche Angela Bucheral Larry Davies Amy Kurtzhals Pat Espin Shelly Ostrander Lou Fontana Jackie Pulte James Mil lard Dawn Rae Beaner Solyan Penny Turik Mike Sommerholder John Woods

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 May 1985

Stasenko Sisters Receive Post Season Honors Two Behrend varsity basketball players were bestowed with post season honors this past 1984-85 basketball season. Mindy Stasenko, a 5'10" senior center was named to the N.A.I.A All-District 18 Team as a second team member, " while her twin sister Missy Stasenko, a 5'8" guard-forward earned a spot on the All-District 18 Team as an honorable mention player. Missy was also selected as a first team member to the Women's Keystone Conference for her outstanding play. The Stasenko's, who hail from Pittsburgh out of Baldwin High School, are the only two females in Behrend history to score 1,000 plus points during their four-year basketball career.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 May 1985

Women's Varsity Softball Team Aided By Strong Pitching . by Mindy Stasenko Collegian Contributing Writer Despite the April rain showers, the women's varsity softball team under the direction of head coach Jan Wilson has thus far compiled an overall record of four wins and five losses. In N.A.I.A District 18 play, the Lady Cubs have recorded an impressive 4-0 record. In recent action, the Lady Cubs dropped a doubleheader to rival Mercyhurst, while sweeping a pair from Villa Maria College. In the two April 18 contests bet _^ ween Behrend and the Lady Lakers of Mercyhurst, Behrend fell victim to the loss column by scores of 3-2 and 4-2. In the extra-inning opener, the Lady Cubs maintained a 1-0 lead after five innings on a double by Mindy Stasenko who eventually came around to score on a Kathy Ott RBI sacrifice. However, Mercyhurst came back with one run in the bottom of the sixth, one run in the eighth, and one run in the ninth to capture the victory. Behrend could only manage...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 May 1985

Lady Cubs Even Out Record On April 23, the women's varsity softball team closed out its regular season home games by defeating Thiel College 5-4. Darlene Leopold was the winning pitcher raising her overall record to 4-5. Leopold recorded a total of six strikeouts for the afternoon. Offense came from Missy Stasenko who went three for three while driving in a pair of runs. Renee Harrison drove in a run on a sacrifice fly, and Laura Conley drove in two runs, including the winning run, on two hits at four at bats. Missy Stasenko went two for three for the afternoon game. Behrend now has an overall record of 5-5.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 May 1985

Today and tomorrow only, senior honor society Omicron Delta Kappa will be collecting contributions for African Famine relief. Contributions may be made to Oxfom Cathlic Charities in Unicef at the ODK booth in the Reed Building. — THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 2 May 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 September 1985

Hammermill/Zurn dedication ceremony marks Behrend's progress by Gregory D. Goldsmith Collegian Staff Writer Wednesday, Sept. 4, 1985 marked the dedication of the Hammermill/Zurn Buildings. At 10 a.m., as donors, local officials and guests settled in under the glass atrium joining the two buildings, Dean and Provost Dr. John M. Lilley opened the ceremony with a warm welcoming speech. He stated, "We are honored that you have joined us this morning for this thanksgiving for our past and a celebration of our future." He added, "What we praise this morning is the effort of many people who have committed their time, effort and resources." Seated at his right were special representatives of may benefactors; leaders of great faith and vision. In attendance were:- Don Alstadt, Chairman of the Lord Corporation who was instrumental in the creation of the Lord Endowment, Ed Doll, President of the Erie Community Foundation which is a double benefactor, Paul C. Roche, Jr., President of Er...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 September 1985

Student parking: issue explained by Michele Miller Collegian Staff Writer This summer the teachers' parking lot was reconditioned to the tune of 56,000. The cost included improvement of the drainage system, removal and repair of the sub-base, relining and paving the whole lot and the building of two "islands" for direction and protection of the cars. Eleven additional parking spaces were created. Meanwhile, students still have problems finding places to park. They have petitioned the administartion to expand existing lots or build new ones, but seemingly without total success. Director of Operations, John Ream, said " Students are- under the impression that it's relatively easy to improve the facilities, but it's not. It's a matter of finding the money, and at SI,500 to 2,000 per space, cost is a major problem." "We are working on the problem, though. Requests for additional funding have been forwarded to for consideration to Steve Garbari, the senior vice-president of finan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 September 1985

Computer center ready to 'boot' by Pat Schlipf Collegian Staff Writer The new computer center is set up in the Hammermill Building. The equipment will consist of: seven "Fat Macs" (these are Apple's Macintosh computers with 512K memory), nine Zenith 158_'s (IBM's) with hard disk storage, more Apple computers, Lazer printers a large high speed printer, and a Tl Carrier. The Tl Carrier connects the computer terminals at Behrend to the mainframe computer at University Park. Dean Burke, explained, "The old system had 19,600 band widths (similar to the fibers in a telephone wire), the new system will have 1.54 million band widths." This will decrease the relay time between the terminals and the mainframe drastically. "There are 16 ports (links the terminals to the mainframe) now and with the addition of the Tl Carrier, there will be 64 ports," Burke said. The new equipment is funded continued on page 4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 September 1985

Dr. Diana Hume George awarded for excellence in research by Rob Roth Collegian Staff Writer Dr. Diana Hume George, Associate Professor of English, recently received the Behrend College Excellence in Research Award. Dr. George was nominated by faculty members in each division and chosen by a committee comprised of faculty and ad¬ ministrators at Behrend. Rather than focusing on one particular aspect of her varied work, she received the award for her cumulative efforts in research displayed since she began teaching at Behrend in 1981. ? editor's note. Dr. Zachary Irwin and Dr. Richard Mester also received Behrend "excellence" awards. Details in future issues. She describes her major research interests as, "centered around three issues that have to do with definitions of what it is to be human." George feels that, "we are creatures that are symbolmakers, sexual, and mortal—and that we are often aware of this." However she stresses that this definition may not be complete:...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 September 1985

Student Senate schedules Freshmen Senator elections The Student Senate scheduled its Freshman Senator Elections for Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 17 and 18 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Voting will take place both days in the Reed Union Building near the Library. Open are the two Student Senate positions of Freshman Senator. Botb> positions carry voting privileges to bring the voting membership of the Senate to IS. The duties of the Freshman Senators are to represent the interest of the 850 freshmen and to serve on committees of the Student Government Association (SGA). Their terms of office run through May 1986. The Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the Inter-Club Council (ICC) are also available positions. The Chairman of ICC also has a vote on the Student Senate and is a member of the SGA Budget Committee. The ICC's members are representatives from the student clubs and organizations. ICC coordinates club activities and sponsors theme weeks- (e.g. Winterfest and Spring We...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 September 1985

Behrend's expansion plans hold much for the future byKimberiyT. Ford Collegian Staff Writer To the Behrend community, expansion and innovation are quickly becoming commonplace. The past year has seen significant additions to campus; additions that are just the beginning of a carefully structured plan to assist the campus in reaching its potential. The Hammennillurn Building opened its classrooms for the first time this semester. With its fourteen " faculty offices, new labs foi instruction and General Electric computer laboratory the building is approximately 98. completed. The community-funded building was officially dedicated on September 4th. A coming attraction to the campus is the 6.5 million dollar Life Fitness complex. This massive structure will house three full court and basketball courts, a swimming complex, raquetball courts, as well as many modern features. The center is being funded by private contributions and will hopefully be completed in 1988. Because the Li...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 September 1985

Hammermill/Zurn ribbon cutting ceremony continued from page 1 be able to play a part in Behrends move ahead. He also congratulated Bryce Jordan, President-The Pennsylvania State University, John Lilley, Behrend faculty and staff on a job well done. Senior Executive Vice-President-Zurn Industries, Inc., Charles L. Hedrick wished to Penn State-Behrend "continued success." Following suit, Paul M. Ostergard, President-General Electric Company offered congratulations to all that have helped make this day possible. Adding to the comments, Carl J. Schlemmer-Vice President and General Manager of Transportation Systems General Electric Foundation replied that he was delighted to share in the unfolding of Behrend. Commenting lastly but not least, B.J. Walker-President and Chief Operating Officer American Sterlizer Company stated that he is aware of pro-active higher education institutions " and is glad to help. With the ending of comments from the donors and contributors and interveni...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 September 1985

Convenience store opens for business by Karen Pastorik Collegian Staff Writer A convenience store is now open on campus and is located in the far corner of the Gorge (commuters Cafeteria). The store officially opened to all students on Aug. 26. The idea for an on-campus convenience store originated in March by Food and Housing Manager Michael Ryan and former Assistant Dean of Student Affairs William McCartney. They aimed to provide resident students with grocery store items close by and to especially facilitate new apartment dwellers who prepare their own meals. Ryan explained, "Basically we, the Auxiliary Service Enterprise of the University, are a not-for profit organization," in that, "we do not receive revenues, and our goal is not to make a profit." Instead, "...we are self-sustaining, and we do not have overhead, so profit is re-invested into student services." He added, "We feel we are competitive with supermarket prices, and we keep everything overall as low as possi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 September 1985

On-campus apartments provide comforts of home by Anne Waskowitz Collegian Staff Writer An addition to Behrend College, the six new apartment buildings located behind Lawrence Hall, were completed this fall. The names of the apartments, Tuner, Caledonia, Packet, Ariel, Champlin and Scorpion, were derived from the Battle of Lake Erie. Each building contains eight apartments, housing four students per apartment. Individual apartments contain two bedrooms, a living room, kitchenining room, and a bathroom. Every room in the apartment is furnished, carpeted, and each has a private entryway. Since the results were positive the housing department will construct three more apartments. This process will be called phase two and there is no indication when it will start. There are no major problems concerning the apartments thus far, however there are a few minor ones. Bugs crawl into the smoke detectors and set them off, water collects in the shower soap dishes and people get locke...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 September 1985

Announcements: Theatre auditions held Auditions for Behrend's Studio men and three women, all of Theatre's first production of the whom must be versatile enough to 1985-86 season, The Dining Room play any age level. will be held September 24 and 25 in the Studio Theatre. Scripts are available for reading This contemporary com- in the Studio Office. See Mr. edyfama calls for a cast of three Elliot for more details. Health Center Dr.'s hours Dr. Obenreder D.O. will be on Wednesdays 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 duty at the Health Center during p.m. the following times. Mondays 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 Thursdays 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. n.m.

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