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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

Energy Center Offers Services by Julie Reynolds Center for Northwestern Penn-Collegian Staff Writer sylvania is opening at Behrend The Pennsylvania Energy College. This is one of 10 centers throughout Pennsylvania whose purpose, according to Mrs. Marianna Masteller, is to promote energy efficiency. The center has a number of functions, one of which will directly involve students majoring in Energy & Enviromental Technology. The center will serve as a clearing house for a broad range of energy saving topics, hold workshops on energy saving methods and products, and provide a referral service by having its activities coordinated with other agencies and organizations. The center will also provide free on-site surveys to businesses, multi-family residences, local government buildings, and nonprofit organizations. Students will be trained to be members of Energy Efficient Teams and help organizations use energy more efficiently and find areas where improvements can be mad...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

Chisholm To Present Paper by Dan Gaston ¦ Collegian Staff Writer Dr. Mary Chisholm, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, will present a paper entitled, "The Development of the Chemical Profile of Pennsylvania Vidale 256 Wine" at the Pennsylvania Grape Industry Association Conference held at University Park on Feb. 27-28. The paper is a result of one-year study funded by the Benjamin Franklin Small Business Seed Grant Program. The purpose of the research is to correlate the quality of the Pennsylvania Vidale 256 Wine, which was evaluated by a distinguished taste panel, with its chemical profile. Chisholm, along with colleague Paul Edwards from Mercyhurst College, have worked on the chemical analysis of this American hybrid wine grown in the Lake Erie region. They have used several methods for the chemical analysis. Through such methods as gas chromatography, they have come up with a complicated "fingerprint" of a molecule.. By doing this, they can look for characteristic featu...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

Honor Society Eligibility Explained by Dana Gross Collegian Staff Writer Freshmen having a 3.00 cumulative average or above will soon be receiving a letter informing them that they are eligible to apply for membership to Lambda Sigma, the sophomore men's and women's honor society on campus. Lambda Sigma's functions include service projects for the school and the community. Some of Lambda Sigma's past projects include a carnation sale during homecoming, the care packages that were delivered to students during finals week (co-sponsored with the Residence Life staff), and sending of officials to the national convention held in Atlanta, Ga. Projects for this semester include the regional convention to be held at the Penn State-Beaver campus, an orientation of prospective Behrend freshmen, and the delivering of care packages to students during finals week. To gain membership in Lambda Sigma, freshmen meeting the entrance requirements receive a letter and an application for member...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

Tempus Seeks Office Space by Anne Waskowitz Collegian Staff Writer Tempus, Penn State-Behrend's literary _magazine, has requested office space from the Student Government Association (SGA). TempusEditor, Ken Sonnenberg, comments, "I feel that we have a legitimate reason to ask for office space." Tempus originated five years ago and since its beginning they have proven that the magazine can be successful. "At the beginn¬ ing of the year we were allocated $700 and have already doubled the money," says Sonnenberg. Over 12 businesses have contributed to Tempus, so the budget should exceed $1,900 by the end of the school year. "Tempus benefits the school and gives the students something extra to do," says Sonnenberg. Students can assist the Tempusstaff as co-curricular activity with an option of one academic credit. If it is taken for credit, the course is broken down into two semesters. During the first semester, students are graded on how many sponsors they can get. The secon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

SUB Elects New Officers by Julie Potochny Collegian Staff Writer On Monday Feb. 4, the Student Union Board elected new officers. Because only five voting members were present, the old constitution was disbanded allowing all the people attended the meeting a vote. Those elected were Douglas Saltzman, president; Jackie Pulte, vice president; Craig Altmire, treasurer; Mark Rose, chairperson of films; Glen Hordusky, chairperson of coffee houses: and Ed Bailey, chairperson of cultural series. The positions of technical services chairperson and publicity chairperson are still available. Newly elected SUB President Douglas Saltzman, said, "I'm looking forward to working with the newly elected officers. All of them are highly motivated and committed to providing the college with an effective programming council." The SUB's first task is revising their constitution, which is 13 years old. The new president ex¬ pressed his hope that the new constitution would allow for a more cooper...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

M.I.S. Club Update The MIS Club held its first meeting of the semester on Feb. 4. Topics discussed included plans for increasing membership. The MIS major is growing and students entering this field are encouraged to join the club. The organization is affiliated with Data Processing Management Association (DPMA) ' and offers the interested student opportunities to learn about a career in this area of business. . Anyone interested in joining the.. club may attend meetings, held on Monday nights. Watch for an- . nouncements. Free refreshments will be provided. Disks purchased by the club last year are available for sale at $2 each. Faculty members or students wishing to buy a disk should contact Kecia Conley at the RUB desk or Keene MaineVin the V_^ts office (Student Affairs)! Future plans for the dub include a. candy bar sale * and possibly sponsoring a seminar on computer and information system careers.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

Penn State Behrend Collegian Member of The Press Association Editors Risa GSick Rod Luery News Editor .- Michael Ross Feature Editor...... Lisa Pavadore Business Manager Daniel King Photo Coordinator .- Napoleon Birch Advisor Robert DiNicola Staff Jill Bedford Thomas Milley Lisa Scherer Judy Bush Kevin Moore Michael Shaffer Robbie Colviile - Suzanne Nathans Leo Shriver Michael Coursey Barrett Parker Lori Starcher Kimberly Ford Julie Potochny Tammi Starcher Kurt Freeman Greg Rathbun , Kelly Swisher Dan Gaston Julie Reynolds Kim Veitch Gregory Goldsmith Steve Roney Anne Waskowitz Dana Gross Rob Roth Roger Whelan Darlene Kasbee Doug Saltzman Michael Wimms Paula Maus Mark Yeager REPRESENTED FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY CASS Student Advertising, Incorporated 1633 West Central St. Evanston, Illinois 60201 Mailing Address - _Bchrwnd Collegian, Station Road, Erie, PA 16563 Office located in Reed Union Bulding Office Hours - 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Monday through Friday Phone: 898-6221 Opinions ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

Faculty Compete In Games by Mark Yeager Collegian Sports Writer Two Behrend faculty members competed in a field of over 500 men and women in the St. Vincent Quad Games cross country ski race. Dr. Edwin Maseller, in his third year of competition in the games, came in first in his age group and 49 out of the 410 men who finished the five-mile race. Masteller, who started skiing about nine years ago, enjoys cross country skiing and focuses more on his finishing times rather than the trophies. His time in this year's race was two minutes faster than last year's. He also looks forward to competing in the running part of the games. His time in a 10K race is around the 40 to 43 minute mark, but he is working at improving this time. Also competing in this race was Behrends women's tennis coach, Pamela Fischer. She finished fourth in her group out of the 13 women who finished.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

"One Minute Manager" to Appear by Kelly Swisher Collegian Staf f Writer The Student Government Association (SGA) voted to determine if the Inter-Club Council (ICC) needed a vote at SGA meetings. Chairman, Greg Goldsmith would_ have voted representing campus clubs. "I thought that I could get then views and bring them back to the meetings, rather than have representatives from each club at the meetings," said Goldsmith. "I could understand their issues better than SGA because I have direct contact with the clubs," he added. Chris Anderson, SGA vicepresident, disagreed. He thought that ICC was a special interest group, and due to the fact that SGA has on and off campus representatives, all the students were being represented. The vote took place on Feb. 4 and the final vote was almost unanimous.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

Chess Club Sets Goals by Michael Shaffer Collegian Staff Writer The Chess Club has recently been reorganized by Barrett Parker. The meeting members determined prospects of the club and election of its officers. The club plans to improve the performance of its players The club meets Mondays and through informal games of chess Wednesdays from 1-4 p.m. in the conducted in the seminar room Reed Seminar Room. All inunder the guidance of its advisors, terested persons should attend. Dr. Donald Cogley and Mr. Staf- For more information contact any ford. As the club progresses in club officer or advisor or call, skill, tournaments between other Barrett Parker at 725-1460 or colleges may be_^arranged. Michael Shaffer at 898-6511.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

SKI-RENTAL Country Classic Ski-Rentals Located At Country Classic Restaurant and Lounge (formerly the ABBEY) One Mile West of Peek-n-Peak Regular prices $9.00-Dcry Rental $7.00 -Night Rental STUDENTS AND STAFF

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

ICC Denied A Vote On Friday Feb. 22 Mr. Chet Giermack, president and chief executive officer of Eriez Magnetics, will present a lecture on the management techniques used at Eriez Magnetics. Giermack will discuss ''One Minute Management". The lecture will be at 12 noon followed by a reception in the Reed Seminar Room. The event is sponsored by the Management Club, the MIS Club, and the Ac counting Club. Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

Editorial Opinion Activities Fee Could Cure Apathy Why is the attendance at many campus activities and events so poor? Is it due to the inadequate quality of some events or can it be attributed to the apathetic attitude of a large portion of our students, faculty and staff? The low attendance at Cultural Series programs is a prime example of this apathy. Why are some people interested in attending only the performances of comedians, hypnotists, and rock bands? Why do some of you lack the interest to appreciate the arts such as poets and ethnic dancers? Many students do not attend cultural events claiming that some events are on the same educational level as the academic courses they attend everyday. I can appreciate the desire to attend an event that doesn't require much educational thought, but this should not occur. You are paying thousands of dollars to learn, why not get your money's worth by taking advantage of every learning opportunity available to you? Some of you ar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

Freedom of the Press: A Constitutional Right Michael Eric Wimms Collegian Staff Writer Freedom of the press is a right that was enacted early in oui country's history. It is one of the golden freedoms Americans hold deaf. We adamantly fought the British so that we could maintain some personal rights...now we're fighting one another to put an end to this freedom. What does this freedom entail? Why should only a select few have this power? Do we have the right to restrict this freedom in any way? I see freedom of the press as being a personal guarantee to liberty. As long as there is some entity within our nation keeping the public well informed, we can just about be sure that our rights are protected. Subversion can only be allowed where there is blind and dumb ignorance. When the people are informed of what is going on around them, they can make certain their government is doing exactly what it was enacted to do; serve the people. Nations that have blindly and foolishly allo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

Reader Opinion SUB Advisor: "Bailey Could Not Give Leadership " Dear Editor, As faculty advisor to the Student Union Board, I feel obligated to respond to some of Ed Bailey's comments in the Feb. 1 issue of the Behrend CoHegianconceming his resignation from the Student Union Board. When leadership transitions occur, such as the one that happened in the student union management position, there are bound to be changes not only in personnel, but in the philosophies of how such organizations should be run. These times offer an opportunity for those with real leadership talents to use their talents. It is unfortunate that Mr. Bailey was unable to make the most of the transition that happened at Behrend last semester. To blame his lack of leadership on those who tried to work with him last semester is a grave injustice. They were very good people who obviously needed something Mr. Bailey could not give - leadership. Sincerely, Mary Sellen Head Librarian

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