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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 29 September 1988

American Athletes Stage Golden Performance ' 999 by Mike Cifelli Collegian Staff Writer One week of Olympic action is in the books, complete with records, upsets and controversy. Headlining track and field, Canadian flash Ben Johnson sprinted a new world record of 9.79 to defeat Carl Lewis in the long awaited 100 meter dash showdown. The 100 meter final produced another first as four sprinters ran under ten seconds. Johnson's winning time was followed by Lewis (9.92), Great Britain's Lynford Christie (9.97) and America's Calvin Smith' (9.99). In the women's 100 meter, fast and fashionable Florence Griffith-Joyner, "the world's fastest woman", ran away with the gold in an Olympic record time of 10.54. Evelyn Ashford took the silver for the U.S.A. with a time of 10.83. Super athlete. Jackie Joyncr-Kersee added a third medal for the U.S track women with her expected gold in the heptathalon. Her golden total of 7,291 points is a new world record. The upset of the meet to date ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 29 September 1988

Aids.. contd. from P. 9 mean. We've been using condoms so that she doesn't start the family too soon. I got this wild hair that I didn't want to use them anymore. I just can't feel anything when I'm wearing them" replied Tony as he was palming the ball. "I know what you mean, kiddo" Doug retorted quickly. "My older brother told me of a way to use condoms so that its not so bad." "Well don't just let me hanging, tell me more" Tony said exasperatedly. "What you do is; before you put it on, put a little dab of a water-soluble lubricant in the end of the condom and it makes using condoms a whole lot more bearable, its not like not using them, but it's more natural feeling" said Doug. There is even more that you can do. Condoms are not one-hundred percent reliable. Using a watersoluble lubricant that has NONOX YNOL-9 added to it is even better. NONOXYL-9 has been around for years as a spermicide and recently under studies has been proven to kill the HIV virus. Abstinence is the only ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 29 September 1988

Seroka.. contd. from P. 1 the interests of the major units within the division, and get them ready for the coming years. Some specific long range goals include a master's program in English, a child development center, and revitalizing the sociology and anthropology departments. Furthermore, he wants to expand both the speech communications and the history departments and create an international studies major, and a secondary education major. Finally, he would like to see both students and faculty doing public policy research here in north western Pennsylvania to help out local government Seroka_'s short-range goals are simple. He wants to get to know the faculty and students better. "We have the best faculty in the college, and they deserve more recognition for what they are doing," he said of ] the Humanities and Social Sciences ( faculty. Finally, he wants to survive the winter—he has only seen snow ' . twice in the last ten years. Seroka has no plans for leaving Behrend. _, ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 29 September 1988

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Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 29 September 1988

Non-Traditional.. contd. from P. 10 scholarships available for today's eligible students. Therefore, he decided to enter the Navy. At Behrend he feels as though he is just another student The faculty and students alike pose no separation between students on the basis of age. He feels very comfortable in this environment Mr. Kreitzbender adds that the advantages of returning to college are very noteworthy. The academic life is very enjoyable to him and he feels getting an education and being a full-time student is much better than working full-time or even parttime. He looks upon this college experience as a so-called renaissance of his youth. Bob is very happy and plans to take full advantage of the opportunities before him. He wants to make the most of his life. Mr. Kreitzbender is a person who deserves a lot of credit and the best ofluck!

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 29 September 1988

Behrend j Scoreboard j The Lions' soccer team lost 4-2 * to St. John Fisher Sept. 24,-dropping their record to 3-4. The Lady Lions' volleyball team: dropped to 4-12 over the weekend; having been swept at the Ohio: Tournament. The defeats came at the hands of - Calvin College (15-13, 15-5), Spring Arbor College: (15-13, 15-8), University o£ Wisconsin-Whitewater (15-5,15-0): and Marietta (15-10,15-11) Behrend Student Bonnie Holtz, finished first in her age group in the Eriesistible Marathon. *

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 29 September 1988

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 13 October 1988

Ellerbee Speaks Briefly, Promotes Values by James Martin Well-known journalist and television personality Linda Ellerbee told a full house in Bchrend's Er ie Hall to do things their own way, because even if they toe they line — they might get fired anyway. Ellerbee, author of the bestselling "And So it Goes," and the former Host of ABCs "Our World," spoke at 8 pm, October l, during Behrend's annual Parent's Weekend. Introduced by Dean and Provost John Lilley, Ellerbee delivered the second lecture in the school's annual series. While her 35 minute presentation was well received by a Seroka on James Seroka, Behrend's new head of the division of Humanities and Social Sciences and a Yugoslavian expert, believes the recent uprisings in Yugoslavia's Vojvodinan province were prompted by Serbian _leaders. Seroka, who has been interviewed by Erie's Channel 12 and has been widely quoted in local newspapers, feels Serbian leaders were attempting to tighten control over their two autono...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 13 October 1988

Kanty Residents Push For Changes Students complain about poor conditions by Maria Plaza Collegian News Editor Residents of Kanty Village gathered Sunday to complain about suspected health code violations and to push for improvements at the apartment complex. About 90 residents attended the monthly house meeting to air their grievances and present a petition asking for cleaner conditions, signed by 84 of the 139 residents, to landlord Ken Lochbaum. Lochbaum was unavailable for comment The survey was presented by Commuter Senator and Kanty resident Beth Wilson. According to Wilson, the main complaints j concerned insufficient cleaning. She mentioned flooded floors, broken toilets, and mold as specific examples. Other residents complained of a strong stench from the men's floor. Presently, two full-time and one part-time worker are employed to do the cleaning. Residents feel this is inadequate. Other students complained that the chained doors caused a fire hazard. The only door...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 13 October 1988

Police Seeking Gorge Streaker by Laura A. Weaver Collegian Staff Writer On September 28 Behrend Police & Safety received a report of a nude male lounging in the woods of the Wintergreen Gorge. Apparently a female student was strolling through the Gorge on her way home from class when she noticed the unclad individual. It seems that he noticed her as well, for the report states that he began to follow her. Escaping the Gorge and it 's inhabitant, the young woman arrived home and informed her mother who informed the Police & Safety Office. According to officials, several incidents involving the naked male were reported during this past summer. Floor skating parties were the subject of police interest on both the 28th and 30th of September. Student residents on the third floor the emergency generator. Both of Lawrence Hall flooded the incidents were reported to Police & basement with soapy water and Safety on September 28th. proceeded to take advantage o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 13 October 1988

Last Temptation Poll t>-j Steve Decker Collegian Staff Writer A majority of Behrend students believe the controversial movie "The Last Temptation of Christ" should be shown on campus, but many students say they wouldn't sec the movie themselves. These figures came from a poll of 156 students taken by the Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF). The survey, taken on October 4 and 5, was open to all faculty and students with the exception of IVCF members, who were not permitted to participate. Responding to the first question, which asked students if they thought the movie should be shown at Bchrendr 70.5% said yes, 26.3% said no, and 3.2% said maybe. "The biggest issue was censorship, " said IVCF officer Chuck Egbert. A number of people who voted yes felt that their First Amendment rights would be violated by censorship if the film were not shown. Others said that a college campus such as Bchrend should have freedom to show such a movie to promote "the educational expe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 13 October 1988

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 13 October 1988

Student Conference in D.C Computer Center by David Friend spoke on arms control. He noted Collegian Staff Writer that the currently ratified INF (Intermediate Nuclear Forces) Treaty Over 1,000 students gathered is a verv good First step toward at the University of the District of arms control, even though it Columbia (UDC) September 19 represents only a 3.5% reduction in through October 2 to attend the total nuclear forces. National Student Conference on Edgar also suggested that Voter Participation (NSCVP). The conventional weapons should be students listened to speakers and included in discussions on arms participated in a number of control. He expressed the fear that workshops. everyone will be deluded by the SDI On Friday, Donald Paul (Strategic Defense Initiative) and Hodell, Secretary of the Interior, come t0 a false hope that spoke on behalf of the Bush-Quayle "-technology will save us." ticket He talked about the history Next, Stephen Radamaker, of the Interior Depar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 13 October 1988

Breaking New Ground Cafe Protects Ozone Layer by Jennifer Rose Collegian Staff Writer The Wintergreen Cafe is doing its part in protecting the environmehl by replacing its plastic cups with paper ones. Chemicals contained in the plastic contribute to the breakdown of the ozone layer, commonly called the greenhouse effect. It's decreasing approximately .5% each year and it has big holes in it at certain spots. "The-layer~Is very important, since it protects the earth from cancer-causing ultraviolet rays. The switch was made following environmentalist Jeremy Rifkin's speech concerning the greenhouse effect. He stopped to drink some water and noticed that he was] drinking out of a plastic cup. He; commented that plastic cups are bad for the ozone layer, and that something should be done. Since ihis cup came from the Wintergreen Cafe and cafe supervisor Clay Belgie happened to be there, paper sups are now used instead of plastic _anes. Belgie said he never considered substitut...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 13 October 1988

Emerging Leaders Series by Jennifer Rose Collegian Staff Writer Behrend's Emerging Leaders Series lectures confidence are geared toward students and faculty who would like to develop more self confidence, be more organized, and find the capability to be the boss without seeming bossy. This series is sponsored by Inter-Club Council and Student Services. There are many different programs and speakers available each week. There is an advertising program for those interested in advertising for their club or Sexual Harassment Seminars A series of programs, open to Behrend faculty, students and staff, will be presented on the subject of sexual harassment on October 20 and 21. These programs, designed to emphasize the university's commitment to dealing with discriminatory behavior, will offer separate sessions for students faculty, clerical staff and fr.r technical services personal. The program , according to Dean of Students Services, Chris Reber, offers a unique' approach to e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 13 October 1988

Gamble on Teaching by Dawn M. Davis Collegian Staff Writer Dr. John Gamble, recipient of the 1987-88 Behrend College Council of Fellows Excellence in Teaching award, kicked off the 1988-89 Provost's Speaker Series on October 6 with his lecture entitled "Good Teaching: Neither A Quantifier Nor A Pretender Be." Gamble, a political science professor at Behrend, began with-an explanation of his lecture's title. "There are two certainties about teaching. One, you can't measure it with any degree of perseverance, and two, you can't fake it. Students can recognize the high quality of teaching," he said. Although he declined to answer the. question himself, Gamble addressed the issue of whether research-oriented faculty members are better teachers. He noted that faculty members who perform research have an advantage by being on the cutting edge of their subject matter. He added that research helps clarify thoughts, and hopefully faculty members are able to bring this into their clas...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 13 October 1988

Editorial Policy The Behrend Collegian's editorial opinion is determined by the Editor, with the Editor holding final responsibility. Opinions expressed on the editorial pages -are not necessarily those of the Behrend Collegian, The Behrend College, or The Pennsylvania State University. The Corry Journal, the publisher of the Behrend Collegian,' is a separate corporate institiution from Penn State. Letter Policy: The Behrend Collegian encourages letters 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. Letters should include the semester and major 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 standards of good taste. Postal . Information: The Behrend Collegian (898-6221) is publ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 13 October 1988

The Collegian Editor Jame: Advisor Copy Editors Entertainment Editors Feature Editor Layout Editor News Editor Sports Editor Photo Coordinators Business Manager Martin Nancy McGartland Darren Boyce Cindy Craig NanQuatehak Vail Weller Rob Prindle Bill Warner Maria Plaza Rick Cain Beth Bengtson Marybeth Zawistoski Stan Lefes

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 13 October 1988

Racism Drives Black Students from White Campuses (CPS)--Many black students drop out of predominantly white colleges because racial prejudice and discrimination leave them feeling lonely and isolated, Oberlin University researchers say. "Selective, predominantly white institutions are very similar in nature," said Patrick Penn, dean of Oberlin's student support services, at a Sept. 20 conference of the National Council of Educational Opportunity Associations in Washington D.C. "They are basically white systems, and white systems are discriminatory to non-members." Although Oberlin's overall graduation rate is 70 percent, 20 points above the national average, _, only about 55 percent of the black students at the liberal arts school earn their degrees. > Inadequate financial aid packages, insensitive, sometimes hostile white student populations and poor academic support programs cause ] many blacks to leave white colleges ] before receiving their degree, Penn v report...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 13 October 1988

Gamble Continued from Page 2 a few points that it will affect their interest in introducing a new course or topic of discussion. Gamble offered some ideas to encourage teachers. He suggested a center where teachers could go for advice and helpful hints on improving their techniques. Hopefully, this confidential service would give faculty a new perspective. Gamble said, "We should do what we can to let the best kind of teaching prosper, instead of bringing our stop watches to class:" The lecture, which was held in the Reed Lecture Hall, was attended mostly by faculty. Kanty Continued from Page 1 students to have telephones in thenrooms. Presently, their are five pay phones available, which, according to one resident, are often out of order, sometimes for up to a week at a time. Wilson said she is generally pleased with life at Kanty, but feels that, since rent is higher there than on campus, the standards should be at least as high. The residents' next.move is to seek legal c...

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