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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 7 November 1985

Lady Spikers bounce back by Jim Parachini Collegian Sports Editor After dropping three consecutive matches the women's volleyball team bounced back with a 3-1 victory over Westminster College on Oct. 31. Behrend had previously fallen to Grove City and Gannon in a home tri-match on Oct. 24 and then to Edinboro University, also at home, on Oct. 28. Grove City thumped the Lady Cubs by scores of 15-1, 15-11 and 15-9. Behrend was defeated by Edinboro, 3-2, with the winning game resulting in a 15-11 Lady Scots victory. As of Nov. 1 Behrend posted a 19-11 record. The Lady Cubs play its last regular season match at Mercyhurst tomorrow beginning 6 p.m. _Hooghton nips booters Houghton College edged Behrend, 2-1 in overtime on Nov. 2. The loss ended the Cubs 1985 season with a 5-8-4 mark. It was also the seventh time during the :ampaign that Behrend lost by one goal. After a 7-1 win over Pittsburgh-Bradford put Behrend's record at 5-3-2 the Cubs finished 0-5-2 over the final seven ga...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Teacher evaluations Tables turn on giving grades by Mark Wuerthele Collegian Staff Writer Instructional Evaluation Forms (I.E.F.) will be used at the end of FaU 85. The I.E.F. is an evaluation system so students can rate their instructor on overall effectiveness, course organization, textbook and assignment suitability and more . This is the students' best way to inform the administration and faculty about the quality of teaching at Behrend. The results of this survey are used in determining decisions relating to tenure and promotion. The tenure and promotion system is the means by which faculty advance through the University on the basis of merit. Student opinion, calculated by the results of the I.E.F.'s are important factors in the decision-making process. If a faculty member is denied tenure, he or she will not be able to continue teaching at the Pennsylvania State University. The Instructional Evaluation Form will contain a variety of questions that are answered in the fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Students can air grievances in Traffic Appeals Court by Barb Cavano Collegian Staff Writer There is a Traffic Appeals Court on campus that is accessible to all students. The appeals committee was established to help those students who feel they have been wrongly ticketed. An appealing student will be represented by a committee of students and the Dean of Student Affairs, Dohn Harshbarger. The committee consists of Paul Rossman (Vice President of SGA), Doug Gerow (President of SGA), Bill Harten (President of JRQ, Bryan Schuster (President of Commuter Council, Barrett Parker (Vice President of Commuter Council), and Scott Baker and Alene- , Rohde (students at large). To appeal a ticket, a student must first make a claim within 48 hours with Police and Safety, where they will also .get an appeal form. A copy of this form is sent to Student Affairs and the Student Government Association Paul Rossman, committee chairman, then chooses a time for the board to get together with the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

IBM Director visits his alma mater by Panl Kitchen Collegian Staff Writer Harley Cloud, the 1985 Behrend College Alumni Fellow, visited the campus Nov. 18 and 19. Director of IBM's Federal Systems Division, Cloud met faculty, staff, and students, toured the campus and sat in on computer science, business and engineering courses. A student at Behrend in 1954, Cloud returned to his alma mater and received the Behrend Alumni Medallion following a dinner in the Memorial Room on Nov. 19. Cloud was born in Greenville, PA in 1932. He spent 3.5 years in the U.S. Navy -as an electronics technician. In January, 1958, Cloud graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a BSEE, was a member of five fraternities, and was Graduating Class Marshall. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Penn State Engineering Society, the Penn State Alumni Association, and the Nittany Lion Club. He also graduated from Syracuse Univer-* continued on page 3 Harley Cloud Behrend " Alumni F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Cluhs acquire mini-grants by Barrett Parker 300 dollars for new robes, and Collegian Staff Writer National Collegiate Alcohol Last week saw the approval of Awareness Week was granted 300 several mini-grants. The mini- dollars. Two other mini-grants are grant system was created to allow still pending, including a grant for special projects to be funded Bruno's to purchase a portable without taking an entire years bar, a backdrop and lighting and budget allocation to do so. another grant for a symposium on Behrend was granted 1,025 women and minorities planned dollars for many such projects, for April. The Film Production Club was "The fund has been established granted 400 dollars for equip- to provide for individual campus ment, the _Behread Collegian was projects, to meet unique needs, or granted 325 dollars for syndicated to provide for planned procolumnists and features, the grams," said Jamie Grimm, Behrend Music Society was given continued on page 8

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Dobbins implements "A La Board" meal plan by Greg Rathbun Collegian Staff Writer In the fall semester of 1986, Behrend resident students will have a new meal plan. The old "21 meal plan" is being replaced by the new "A La Board" plan. In the old system, the student paid for 14 meals per week but could eat up to 21. The university figured.that the average student ate 14 meals. The ones who ate more meals would be balanced by those, who ate less. This system was- phased out by most colleges in the 1970's. In the new system, each consumer will pay a base cost of. $00 dollars per semester. This represents the non-food cost for operation of the dining halls such as dining hall mortgages, labor, supplies, maintenance, and utilities. Then students buy a number of points that they will use for theii meals throughout _the semester. There are five different amounts of points that the students can buy: 17,000, 22,000, 27,000, 31,000, 34,000. Each point can be bought for one cent. Meals...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Chiteman elected Vice-chairman of Writing Center Association by Rob Roth Collegian Staff Writer On Oct. 18, 1985, Behrend English Instructor Michael Chiteman was elected vicechairman of the east central region of the National Writing Center Association and will assume the chairmanship for the 1986-87 academic year. Chiteman is the director of Academic Services at Behrend. He was nominated by Dr. Joanne Petrick who was instrumental in organizing the association in 1978. The writing center association was started in Columbus, Ohio, and was formed in an effort to join writing centers from all across the nation. Chiteman has been a member since 1981. The organization was expanded in 1982 at a meeting at Purdue University where it became an arm of the National Council of Teachers of English. When responding to the question of his major duties as vicechairman Chiteman said, "This year it will entail mostly the organization of the next conference to be held at Northern Kentucky Uni...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Teacher evaluations continued 1rom page 1 Some feel the major problem concerning the I.E.F. is that some students do not realize the importance of the survey. There is a question as to whether students take the evaluation seriously because they may feel that it really has no effect overall. This is a serious misconception Students should take serious consideration when completing the I.E.F. Each survey is carefully analyzed by the committees involved, and teachers are evaluated from this. All responses are kept strictly anonymous and students are encouraged to be honest when completing each form. The Student Government Association is aware of the problem with I.E.F. and is planning to do several things to stress the importance of the I.E.F. to the students. SGA is sponsoring a program to educate students on the use and importance of the Instructional Evaluation Forms. SGA has chosen a number of qualified upperclassmen who are willing to briefly discuss the LE.F.'s with the stu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

College Co-op holds first recruitment event The Erie County College Cooperative consiting of the five area colleges—Mercyhurst, Edinboro, Gannon, Penn State-Behrend, and Villa Maria held its first recuritment extravaganza Thursday and Friday, Nov. 14 and 15 at Mercyhurst College. The local colleges offered their 2,000 plus seniors the opportunity to benefit from job interviews with approximately 30 companies participating in the Job Fair. Some of the companies and organizations. that attended included American Sterilizer, Bel-Aire Hotel, Covelli Enterprises, Erie School District, Federal Bureau of Investigation, First National Bank of Pennsylvanis, Hammermill Paper Co., Hamot Medical Center, Holiday Inn-Victor Management, Pitney Bowes, Pittsburgh Public School District, and many other local, out of town, and out of state organizations. Recruiters benefited from this activity because of the wide range of academic disciplines and many top notch graduates that represented the fiv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Concert Choir staged in Dec The Behrend Concert Choir will stage its first performance on Sunday, Dec. 8. Boasting a group membership of 43, the largest in its history, the Choir will debut in their formal conceit outfits. The tuxedos and gowns, acquired through a minigrant, are also a first in the Choir's history. The program will feature works by Lassus, Vosquin and Bach. David Stuntz, music instructor said the biggest piece is a cantata by Bach which will feature soloists, Rebecca Flynn Spear (soprano), Paul David Frey (tenor) and Daniel Bromsted (baritone). Instrumentalists from the Erie Philharmonic Orchestra will also perform. This musical extravaganza will commence at 7:30 p.m. in the Reed Lecture Hall. Admission is free and all are welcome to attend a reception in the Reed Lobby following the performance. Don't look now Puzzle page

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Follow ui>s Honor Code by Gregory D- Goldsmith Collegian Staff Writer At the close of the 1984 Fall Semester, _Ihe Student Government Association was in the process of proposing to the students and the Behrend Faculty Council, a draft of the Honor Code to be implemented here at Penn State-Behrend. However, because this was proposed by former SGA President, Dan Johns, who transferred to University Park for the Spring of 1985, the Honor Code has not yet been pursued. The Collegian spoke with Dean Harshbarger concerning this issue. Dean Harshbarger commented, "The Student Government Association Divestiture by Gregory D. Goldsmith Collegian Staff Writer On Saturday, Nov. 9, the Council of Commonwealth Student Governments (CCSG) passed three of four resolutions repeating alternatives the University could use in opposing South Africa's apartheid situation. There was a fourth resolution that was defeated by the Council that would have used dividends from the University's six...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

news Sandbakken checks in to the Behrend Library by Pat Schlipf Collegian Staff Writer Steve Sandbakken is the latest edition to Behrend's library. Sandbakken's position as librarian has given him a good impression of Behrend. He said,"I like the students and the faculty. I like working with young people, everybody is very supportive." Sandbakken grew up on a family farm in South Dakota. He grew up as the youngest of five children, being the only one with a college degree. Sandbakken attended Northern State College in Aberdeen, South Dakota and majored in Management, Marketing and Psychology. He also mastered in Guidance and Counseling. Later he attended the University of Denver for a Masters in Library Science. Before Sandbakken came to Behrend, he worked as an intern at IBM in Boulder, Colorado as a librarian. He went on to work at a temporary job at the Chicago Graduate School of Psychology and at a home for emotionally disturbed adults as a counselor. When asked if he ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Alcohol Awareness Week Alcohol Awareness Week proved successful in Behrend's efforts to promote responsible drinking. The week's activities (Oct. 20-26) were constructed by B-AID (Behrend Against Irresponsible Drinking) which consisted of a committee coordinated by Jamie Grimm, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs. Also instrumental on the committee was P.J. Brown, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs/Residence Hall Programs, members of the Resident Assistant Staff and members of various campus organizations. One of the most successful events of the week was "Billy's Goes Dry for an Evening", where Billy's Saloon, in conjunction with BADD (Billy's Against Drunk Driving), served only non-alchoholic beverages. , _^ "Take A Shot" also producedalarge student turnout. This activity allowed studenT5' "to take a swing (with a sledge hammer) at an auto for a minimal fee. Brown explained that, "The idea was for students to take frustrations out by taking a shot at a salvaged car instead of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

Division of Humanities and Communications Dr. Archie Loss, head of the Joyce" and "The Art of Noel Humanitites and Communica- Coward." tions Division, has been selected "Lady of Spain," a short story by the Pennsylvania Humanities written by Dr. James Davis, Council for the Commonwealth associate professor of English, Speakers Series for 1986. As a has been republished in Great Bri-Comriionwealth Speaker, Loss tain in the Golden Cockerel Press will be available to speak on edition of From Mr. San Angelo selected literary topics to various Davis read and commented on the organizations throughout Penn- short story recently at Meadville sylvania. His topics include "Irish Public Library.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

the campus club report by Heather Van Slyke Collegian Contributing Writer At our weekly meeting, the MIS Club discussed plans for several upcoming events. A Christmas Party was tentatively scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 8. Members will receive more details at the next meeting. For the Christmas Bazaar, held Dec. 2-4, our club plans to sponsor a "Candy Cane Sale". Students may purchase a candy cane or order one sent to a friend with a personal message attached. Delivery will be done on campus; in the dorms and apartments. Any members interested in helping out should sign-up at our next meeting. A tour of the AMSCO computer center is also being planned for early December. Members are reminded that any candy bar money still outstanding should be turned in to one of the club officers as soon as possible. by Sue Nathans specific race. At the end of the Collegian Staff Writer four races, fOUr out of the ap-Behrend's Ski Club has added a proximately ten teams will adnew dimension to it...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 21 November 1985

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