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

Rick Demski - A Team Player by Rick Cain Collegian Sports Editor Sophomore Rick Demski is ready to return to Erie Hall as a starting forward for the Lions'basketball team. An native of the Erie area, Demski attended Cathedral Prep High School. An All-Metro and All-City player his senior year, Demski helped his team to the PIAA play-offs. While at Cathedral, Demski learned the basics from Head Coach Dave Wenrick. "Coach Wenrick taught me to be an all around player," recalls Demski, "he especially helped me with my defensive skills. Heavily recruited by Lions' Coach Doug Zimmerman, Demski chose Behrend over a number of quality universities. The 6-foot 6-inch, 200-pound Business Major is happy with his choice of schools. "Coach Zimmerman," offered Demski, "really helped me define my playing skills making me a better basketball player." Demski started playing for the Lions around the fourth or fifth game of the season last year. Given the chance to prove himself, Demski used his...

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

Profile: Jenepher Banker Todd J. Irwm Collegian Staff Writer The Lady Lions' basketball team is under the leadership of a new head coach for the 1988-89 season. Coach Jenepher Banker will begin her fourth overall year of coaching on October 15, when her team here starts practice. Banker's first year of coaching was at a high school in Vermont. She has spent the past two years as an assistant coach at Iowa State. Banker herself played basketball throughout high school and for four years at Springfield College in Massachusetts. Coach Banker finds Behrend to be a place with quality people, both students and administration. Her goal for this season is forward, and direct, to bring success to Behrend. "Success for me is us (both the team and the staff) doing everything we can, each time, to be the best we can be," said, Banker. This is a worthy goal, indeed, and such dedication will be needed to improve on the Lady Lions' 6-19 mark of last season. Coach Banker will hold tryouts for...

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

Behrend Scoreboard The Lady Lions' volleyball team took on Westminster and Grove City at Westminster on Oct. 1. They were swept, 15-3 - 15-4, by Westminster and 15-9 - 15-12, by Grove City. On the 4th, the Lady Spikers traveled to Canisius where they won four straight. They defeated Canisius 15-12 - 15-6, and D'Youville 15-13 - 15-7. The Lady Lions' overall record now stands at 6-14. The Behrend Lions' baseball team held their third annual 100-inning fund raising game on Oct. 2. This year the rookies defeated the veterans, 12-10. Chris Kolivoski led the rookies with 11 hits, two home runs and four RBIs. The game raised a record, S2,600 which will go towards their spring break trip to Florida. They are scheduled to play six games at the Kansas City Royals facilities at Boardwalk and BasebalL Behrend athletics has named Mike Bari assistant women's basketball coach under first year Head Coach Jenepher Banker. Bari, also the Lions' head baseball coach, is in his third year as a ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

Smoking Ban to Take Effect by Emily Koch Collegian Staff Writer Penn State smokers will have to go outside — following the implimentation of a new university policy will which ban most indoor smoking. The new policy, which will take effect April 1, 1989, will prohibit smoking in all university structures with the exception of residential buildings. The policy will prohibit smoking in all classrooms, hallways, lobbys, private offices and restrooms. Smoking will be permitted in university-owned apartments and residence halls, only when all roomates agree that it is acceptable. It also remains a possibility that smoking will be permitted in rooms used for dinners and social affairs. This far-reaching policy was first initiated by the Health Promotion Strategic Study Group, established by Penn State President Bryce Jordan in 1986. The group's objective was to determine if Penn State should establish a health policy prohibiting smoking. The group set up a six-member committee to ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

Barnes Picks BusK With Reservations Conservative editor visits Behrend by Dawn Davis Collegian Staff Writer Political commentator Fred Barnes thinks George Bush will win the presidential election, but he isn't too excited about it. The senior editor of the political journal "The New Republic" shared his views on the Reagan presidency and the presidential race during his October 20 lecture at Behrend. Barnes' speech entitled The Conservative Era: Is There a Future?" was part of the Provost's Speaker Series. Barnes opened with some comments on his work place-Washington, D.C. "It's a city of Northern charm and Southern efficiency....The guiding principal of Washington journalism is 'If you don't have anything nice to say...lct_'s hear it.'" "The Reagan presidency is, on the balance, successful," Barnes said. "Reagan is the most ideological president of the century, but not a deep thinker or a broad thinker," he added. Although Barnes thinks Reagan will go down in history as a s...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

NEW CONSTRUCTION Governor Approves $10 Million Bulletin by James Martin Behrend is one big step closer to building the $10 million multi-purpose" and recreational building which has been in the works for several years. . . Dean and Provost John Lilley told the Collegian Tuesday, that Governor-Casey has, signed a bill "which guarantees the funding necessary for building -the complex. The new structure, to-.be located on the; east side of Jordan Road, _^-will include facilities such as a large gymnasium, an indoor pool, architect is approved soon, the classrooms; raquetball facilities , school will get more building and offices. In addition, the for its money than if the gymnasium is expected to seat process is delayed and the $10 several thousand people. million is subjected to Construction is expected to be inflation_, completed within 5 to 7 years "The important thing," said Lilley credits Senator Buzz Lilley. '.'Is that we now have a Andreseski _^ Representati ve legal b...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

BB Gun vandal by Laura Weaver Collegian Staff Writer Several minor incidents have been reported to Police and Safety over the past weeks. Niagra Hall was target of an unknown vandal on October 5. Armed with a BB gun, the mystery marksman fired repeatedly at the eastern window of the lobby. The cracked window will be replaced. A minor fire was the object of concern in a Behrend Science Lab on October 7. It seems that a student conducting an experiment with melting wax got the wax a bit to close to the source of heat, causing a fire. Luckily for all parties involved, a quick- thinking instructor was on the scene and extinguished the fire. On Friday October 14 a.party in the Wintergrecn Gorge was broken _ssrssrsnStA S. """""° **«« b™* poimca. <«»Mr Patricia Landry and Michelle aM were involved with the alcoholic gathering. Numerous citations were issued, including twelve for underage drinking. That same night an individual pulled a fire alarm in Lawrence Hall. The buil...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

Educators Wary Of Bush's Vows to Be The 'Education President' by Michael O'Keeffe (CPS)-"I_. have been going around the country saying that I want to be known as the 'education president,'" George Bush said during a campaign stop in California this summer. "The reason is simple: Opportunity is what America is all about, and education is the key to opportunity." An educated workforce, Bush believes, is the key to a prosperous economy. To prepare that workforce, he promises more student aid, plans to help families save for their children's education and programs to bring more minority students to campuses. He says his U.S. Dept. of Education would avoid the confrontational style of President Reagan's Education Dept. under William Bennett. And while all that might sound very attractive to a national college community buffeted by eight years of budget cuts and White House criticism, a lot of people in higher education think George Bush is full of bunk. Bush "will do whatever his...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

Monkey Euthanized Desptte-Pretests (CPS)--A monkey that University of Oregon animal rights activists had tried to keep from being shipped to the University of Washington reportedly has been euthanized by UW scientists. UW veterinarian William R. Morton reported in a written statement that the animal was put to sleep "shortly after arrival" from Oregon, where in a 2-month-long campaign members of Citizens for Animal Rights had offered to pay for life-long care for the monkey at a San Antonio, Tex., refuge. UO scientists, in turn, refused the offer, saying someone — apparently Washington's Regional Primate _Research Center— already claimed the animal. Morton's statement said UW had wanted the long-tailed macaque for use in its Tissue Redistribution Program. "If one animal such as the monkey from the University of Oregon can serve the need of 20 different projects, this saves euthanizing 19 additional animals." But animal rights activists felt betrayed, thinking they'd had a pr...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

Computer Center by Carolyn Dudas The Computer Center has a software package, YTERM, that is free to students, faculty, and staff. YTERM, a PC-to-mainframe communications package, allows users with and IBM PC or compatible to use the mainframe computer at University Park. In addition, you also need to have a mainframe computer account and a modem for your PC to use this package. (A modem is a hardware device that allows your PC to communicate with the mainframe computer over telephone lines.) YTERM is quite handy when you would like to do work on the mainframe from your dorm, apartment, or home. For instance, if you are taking CMPSC 101 (a computer programming class) or any other class using the mainframe computer, you could work on the mainframe at a time that is convenient for you, day or night. If you are interested in obtaining YTERM for your own personal use, see Dan Spurlin in the Computer Center. You'll need to bring one formatted diskette with you to obtain the copy. Al...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

ROTC by Lori Beals Over one hundred ROTC cadets went to a site on the Pennsylvania New York border on Saturday, October 15 to learn how to jump off a cliff and like it. The second Leadership Lab of the semester gave the cadets a chance to learn rappelling techniques and put them to practice on (and off) lanes ranging from heights of thirty to eighty feet, and a thrilling 100 foot free fall _rappell lane. Cadets tied Swiss seats using ropes and snap links, which are their support going down the lanes, then started at the lower lanes and worked their way up. Many cadets got to experience the free fall lane and its fast, exciting drop as they whirred downward through the crisp air. While some cadets were testing their courage on the rappelling lanes, others were at sites in the woods where they attended classes. Cadets were taught how to cross a one-rope bridge using a Swiss seat and hooking in to the rope, then pulling themselves along underneath it. They also received instructi...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

Behrend Adopts Elementary School Students inspect some lab equipment during their tour of the campus. In addition to the tour, the elementary students, welcomed by the Lion Ambassadors, enjoyed cookies and cider, a mime performance, and "paw prints" given by the Lion Ambassadors. photo by Audrey Acosta by Janet Ocampo Collegian Staff Writer Behrend College is officially adopting Diehl Elementary School as part of the Adopt-A-School Program. Behrend is among many local groups and industries supporting schools through this program. Although the official adoption ceremony will be held on November 4, the cooperation began with tours of Behrend on October 17-19. Student volunteers showed first through fifth grade students the campus. Throughout the tours, many of the students expressed enthusiasm for college life, they especially enjoyed the idea of having only a few classes each day. When asked of their career plans, the students' responses ranged from "fireman" to "ninja." Mo...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

Hagen Named Alumni Fellow by Laura Weaver Collegian Staff Writer On October 12 Penn State Behrend presented Mr. Thomas B. Hagen, president of Erie Insurance Group, with the Behrend Fellow Alumni Award. Hagen joins an impressive list of Alumni Fellows that includes astronauts, artists, educators, executives, scientists, and surgeons. The Alumni Fellows Award, initiated in 1973, is the most prestigious award given by the Penn State Alumni Association. This lifelong title is given to alumni who have become leaders in their professional field. On October 13 Hagen delivered a speech to the student body on the topic: "Strategies for Success." One of the more important subjects discussed in the speech was the general skills necessary for success. Knowing your job well, being enthusiastic, and working hard were the three basic points he made. Said Hagen, "If you are unhappy [the above three factors will not be present], it's time to reassess." Advice for those who are about to enter...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

Activists to Speak at Behrend Namgcobo Sangweni, head of the Natal Women's Organization, a group dedicated to helping children who are held captive by authorities in South Africa, will be the featured speaker during Human Rights Awareness Week at Penn State-Behrend October 24-28. The week-long series of events is being sponsored by the college's Amnesty International and Women Today student groups. All events and lectures are free and open to the public. Along with letter-writing and petition-signing campaigns for Amnesty International, the week's list of activities includes two public lectures. The ' first will feature_^ Margaret Alexa-Allen of WQLN, who will recall her experiences in the Eyewitness Israel program. During her lecture, which begins at 1 pm in the Reed Lecture Hall on Wednesday, October 26, Alexa-Allen will discuss her observations of human rights practices on the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. The second speech spotlights Sangweni, who will speak about human righ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

IVCF by Steve Decker The Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship members made it through a wild and wonderful week with the EPPIC Mime Team which did several performances on the Behrend campus on October 17 and 18. The team was made up of six college-aged men and womenfrom Minnesota who travel throughoutjhe country, performing "The Gospel in Mime." Thanks to all who helped out. Eight students from Behrend will be attending a "Bible and Life" conference at Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh thiy weekend. Bible and Life is a national Inter-Varsity event, and is a time of intense training in God's word. Because of this event, the large group meeting on October 28 (this Friday) will be from 7-8 pm for prayer and singing. We will resume meeting at our normal time next week (November 4) when our IVCF staff worker Rob Malone speaks on missions. All are welcome! The Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship is a nondenominational group of students and faculty who are striving to grow in the...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

Barnes Continued From page 1 Dukakis is Jimmy Carter without the humor," he said. He believes that Dukakis should admit that he is a liberal and then focus on the positive aspects of liberalism. Bames prefers Bush and believes that he has had the election "sown up" since August, but says he doesn't have any fear of a Dukakis administration. Although he supports Bush, Barnes seriously questions his choice of Dan Quayle as running mate. "Quayle is not ready to be president," he said. Barnes theory on the Quayle selection is that "Quayle was added to a short list by someone else." He said Kemp wouldn't shut up, Bush hated Dole, and conservatives wouldn't be pleased with Thornburg. "Dan Quayle is what was left over," he said.

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

B G ookstore rand Opening by Richard E. McCartney Collegian Staff Writer Over 100 people were on hand October 13 in the Winter Garden to celebrate the grand opening of the new bookstore. The bookstore had been under construction since July 1987. Robert MacDonald, the bookstore manager, said "The bookstore was long in coming, but it was well worth the waiL * 1 Several speakers were on hand including Provost and Dean John Lilley, Director of Penn State bookstores John Bischoff, and S.G.A. Vice President Beth Buck. During the brief ceremony, the speakers all expressed a similar message, noting they were glad the bookstore was completed, and that they were impressed with the results of so. many months of planning and work. Following these comments the ceremonial ribbon was cut by Lilley and Bischoff. Several of Behrend's faculty authors were on hand to sign autographs, including Chris Dubbs, author of "Ms. Faust" and J. Madison Davis, author of "The Murder _ofFrau Schutz." There als...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 27 October 1988

Student Insurance: Fairer but More Expensive? (CPS)--Students around the country soon may pay as much as 30 percent more for their campus health insurance, or may not be able to get health insurance at all, because some colleges are violating federal discrimination laws. The U.S. Dept. of Education's Office of Civil Rights (OCR) last week sent letters to the presidents of 3,300 campuses, informing them their student health insurance plans may violate federal sex discrimination laws. The reason, OCR spokesman Garry Curran said, is that, under most college plans, women end tip paying more for health insurance than men because they pay extra for maternity care or because campuses don't offer maternity care. More than 1,100 students have complained about the situation formally to the OCR, Curran said. At issue is the law-Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972--which forbids campuses that get federal funds to dicriminate on the basis of gender. "Many colleges and insurers...

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