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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 November 1988

Behrend All-Stars Five members of the Penn-State Behrend Men's soccer team were selected to participate in the conference All-star Match. The Western Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Soccer Conference, by the vote of the coaches, nominated junior midfielder Ken Crumb, sophomore back Paul Hurley, freshman forward David Beck, and brothers Jay (junior) and Jeff (freshman) Varcoe, both fullbacks. The All-star match was held on November 15th at Slippery Rock University. The conference was divided into two regions, with the Lions on the Northern team.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 November 1988

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 November 1988

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 November 1988

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

General Reviews Behrend ROTC Program Arnold is the supervisor of 139 ROTC programs from Maine to South Carolina and it is his job to review these programs. He also inspected ROTC programs at Ganon and Edinboro universities during his visit Although the program is reviewed annually, this is the first time in several years that a general has visited. "Most of these cadets will be in the army several years before they see another general," said Major Gary "Mike" McDavid, officer in charge of Behrend's ROTC. "I'm high on Behrend," Arnold said. He credited much of the ROTC program's success to strong support from the adminsitration "I've found tremendous enthusiasm and support of the program," he said. Arnold was pleased with integral part of their education. "I think there's something special about leadership and there's no better place to learn about it than ROTC." He said ROTC also teaches teamwork and service. "It's important to learn how to serve something other than yoursel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

New Dorms Planaed by Steve Decker Collegian Staff Writer Penn-State's board of trustees has announced thatt it has authorized an architectural firm to design a new residence hall at Behrend College. The firm, John C. Hass Associates, has already been on the campus several times and is now developing the plans for the new residence hall. Although little information has been released about the project, the new hall will be designed to contain "suites" instead of ordinary dorm rooms. The proposed two hundredbed residence hall is expected to feature units containing two to four bedrooms, one bathroom, and a living room, but no kitchen. Instead, the meals will be served in Dobbins Hall. John C. Haas Associates, which has designed structures at University Park plans to adopt a prototype layout that was originally used for Nittany Apartment housing several years ago. "It's more cost efficient to rchire a firm that has a prototype plan already developed for the university, then to r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Night of the Arts Held Celebrates Behrend's Beginnings by Ken Anderson Collegian Staff Writer This year Penn Statc-Behrend celebrates its 40th anniversary. Friday's A NIGHT OF THE ARTS marked one of the highlights of that celebration. The night began with the 40th annual Hanging of the Greens ceremony at the Behrend Chapel in the Wintergreen Gorge Cemetery The event is held in honor of Behrend's founding family. Professor Emeritus Benjamin A. Lane opened the ceremony with brief remarks. The program that followed included readings by Marybeth Zawistoski, Dee Gross, Elizabeth Buck and the Hanging of the Greens by Steve McGarvey, president of SGA. Christmas carols were performed by the general assembly several times throughout the ceremony. "Silent Night," performed by the Penn State-Behrend Choir and the general assembly ended the 40th annual Hanging of the Greens. The evening was highlighted by the premiere performance of "Anniversary Psalm." The work was commissioned to help c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Intense Verbal Exchange Brief SGA Meeting by James Martin Collegian Editor A brief SGA meeting Monday night at which the HABIT Senator Position was again discussed, was followed by a loud and liberal exchange of ideas. The meeting, which was to have been shortened because of another group's need for the meeting room, was called to order by Steve McGarvey, who explained that overall discussion time would be limited to a total of one half hour, but that no one person would be limited to a specific amount of time. At the outset of the meeting, a revised version of the HABIT senator proposal was distributed to those in attendance. In addition to nearly all-ofthe- -senators; -several student services staff members were in attendance as well as approximately 20 concerned students. During initial discussion, which was conducted in normal SGAf ash ion, McGarvey recognized students who wished to address the HABIT Senator issue. The majority of the student's voicing their views appear...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Behrend Hosts AIDS Seminar by Maria Plaza Valdiserri complained that the media's interest in AIDS is ' -Nearly one. hundred, slipping but-is encouraged thai community health care workers women's altitudes towards AIDS gathered in the Reed lecture hall prevention are improving_, on Tuesday to learn about the The seminar was sponsored by transmission and prevention of the AIDS Council of Erie AIDS. County, Inc. The AIDS Council The lecture, "AIDS and the was formed this year to meet the Community Health Care needs of AIDS patients and their Worker," was presented by Dr. families and friends, help reduce Ronald O. Valdiserri, M.D., the spread of the disease, and M.P.H., director of the initiate and support AIDS University of Pittsburgh Falk educational programs for the Clinic Laboratories. Valdiscrri, community_, who donated his time for the Patty Pasky, Behrend's nurse lecture, recently wrote a book on practitioner, helped coordinate the AIDS prevention and has lectured seminar_, ac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Follows discussion by saying that she was in favor of having a HABIT senator bul-felt that it must be'first demonstrated that all other means of dealing with the problem had been exhausted. In response, Stan Washington explained that councils had already been attempted but had met with limited success. Megan Iverson, a freshman senator had reportedly conducted an informal meeting on Tuesday prior to the SGA discussion. Praising Gclwick's attempt to understand her constituents views, former SGA presidential candidate Damon Gray suggested that he Continued on Pg. 2

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Ilinlr Peace Day " 2 Merry Christmas 4 Thunderous Floyd 6 A Look Back 9 Lion's Basketball 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

SG A cont'd from pg 1 would like to hear further and freer discussion of the issue. Due to time constraints, the meeting was adjourned at approximately 6 pm. Before the group dispersed, Beth Buck, SGA vice president announced that the room was no longer needed and noted that it would be possible for discussion to continue. Amidst urging from a number of students, McGarvey said that if students wanted a free discussion of the issue that this was their opportunity. From that point on, McGarvey explained that anyone could talk and their was no longer a need for an individual to be recognized. The rules relaxed, numerous students spoke up to express their views. Marsha Cottman, who attended the meeting, said that she was more than ready to hear the, specific arguments against the minority senate position. Senator Neal Cheskis suggested that he felt that there were as many reasons for having a minority senator as there were against having one.... Cottman challenged Cheskis to name an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Communications Class Conducts First Peace Day by Jennifer Rose Collegian Staff Writer Peace day was held for the first time at Behrend College on December 1, 1988. This day was initiated by members of a threecredit course offered at Behrend, "Strategies of Peace Communication" taught by Dr. Colleen Kelley. The day was intended to promote student, faculty, and public awareness of the issues of today's society and come up with alternative solutions to things such as nuclear war, the death penalty, and social and environmental problems. "Sometimes," as Chris Stowe, an active member of this class project suggests, "people are ignorant of the problems in society which exist and this can be fatal to us. There have to be viable alternatives to these problems, and in our class we try to discover what they are." There were movies and skits on public information at 123 and 124 Behrend building from 7:00-10:00 pm. The movies were "Command and Control" and the classic movie "Doctor St...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Morris Joins English Department Earns High Praise After First Semester by Richard E. McCartney Collegian Staff Writer Gregory Morris, the latest dition to Behrend's English epartment, has - in only one emester - drawn praise from his tudents who say he brings ontemporary American literature live in his classes. "He's the most lteresting, exciting teacher that I ave ever had in English, or any ther subject for that matter," said ne of his students. Morris received his bachelor's egree in English from Bowling Jreen State University in 1972. ifter taking two years off to work, lorris entered the University of Nebraska to complete his graduate work. Morris received his master's in 1975. Between 1979 and 1980 Morris spent fifteen months in Costa Rica where he spent most of his time working on his dissertation. Upon receiving his doctorate in 1981, Morris spent two years teaching at the University of Nebraska. He then took a job at the State University of New York at Cortland wher...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Students Protest CIA Recruitment (CPS) —Spy agencies, on their fall recruiting swings through several schools, again found students telling them to stay away from their campuses. Students at the University of Colorado, Milwaukee's Marquette University and North Carolina's Duke University protested the agencies' recruiting at their schools in recent weeks. As in previous protests, the students chanted and picketed against the agencies' covert actions in other nations and alleged domestic spying. During the past two school years, students have vehemently opposed Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) recruiting at the universities of Massachusetts, Iowa, Minnesota, Vermont,. Washington,. California _^ Los. Angeles and North -Carolina-Charlotte/ " as __ well jas " Brown University, Ohio State and the State University of New York-Albany, to name just a few. Critics say the CIA has toppled duly-elected governments in Chile, Guatemala, Iran and other nations, operates illegally outside...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Behrend _briefs Worship Instead of the Blue Bus, a college van will provide free transportation to local churches on the next two Sundays. The van will also pick up students in the front circle of Kanty Village after it leaves the Reed parking lot at 10:15 am. The van will go to local churches as requested and return to Dobbins Hall by 12:30. , Mensa Scholarship February 1, 1989 is the deadline for applications for the Mensa Scholarship for 1989. You don't have to be a genius to qual'fy for many of the awards! Awards range from $2O0-$l,O0O. Hun the Financial Aid Office, 221 Glenhill, to pick up your applit n. . ' ' . Holiday Mass T reast of the Immaculate Conception will be observed at 5:30 j n Reed 117 on Thursday, December 8. Tempus _Beb id's literary magazine continues to seek submissions for lblication. poetry and short fiction should be dropped off in I Tempus box at the RUB desk. The group plans to hold a used _iok sale sometime in February. Students and faculty are urge...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Editorial Policy The Behrend Collegian's editorial opinion _js 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 and to reject letters .if they standards of good taste. Postal ' Information: The Behrend ' Collegian (898-6221) is published fourteen times annually (seven, times durin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

The Collegian Editor AdvisW Nancy McGartland Entertainment Editors NanQuatchak VailWeller Feature Editor RobPrindle Layout Editor Bill Warner News Editor....! l:i ;... - MatiaPlaza Sports Editor;.......!..!.....*.:.. Rick Cain Photo Editors................;.... Beth Bengtson . . . . . . Marybeth Zawistoski Business Manager.; StanLefes Computer Consultant..:....—..... Tom Wilkinson Distribution Manager.....,;........... Michelle Schneider Martin

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

IVCF Club Report by Chuck Egbert This Friday, December 9, the fellowship will hold a Christmas party at the Wesley Center of the Wesley United Methodist Church in Wesleyville. The party is open to everyone. A spaghetti dinner will be served at approximately 7:30 pm. Please bring a $1 gag.gift to exchange and a few dollars to help pay for the food. We will meet in the Behrend Science Building lobby at 6:30 and transportation will be provided. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

PSU Colleges in US Top Twenty Penn State University's colleges generally rank in the top twenty in ihe nation, according to the most recent polls. Availability of national comparisons with other colleges,, departments, and individual programs varies according to how Penn State's academic units compare to survey criteria, both structurally and functionally. The College of Business Administration ranked 22nd in a 1987 international survey of 228 schools' undergraduate programs, said Charles DuBois, assistant to the dean for communications. Additionally, the college's fulltime bachelor's degree program was eighth place in enrollment, he said, referring to a 1986 survey by the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. He attributed the program's rise from ninth place the previous year to increasing interest in business programs. The School of Communications was included among the top seven undergraduate schools in the field by the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund's 1988 Jo...

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