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

Viruses Remain a Problem (CPS) - Still another computer "virus" spread last week, this time disrupting Macintosh computers at California State University at Northridge. Despite new precautions and debates provoked by the marauding virus — supposedly created by a Cornell University grad student -- that clogged some 6,000 computers at campuses and research _centers across the country in mid-Novf mber, copycat viruses also have ar/peared at the University of Houston, Connecticut College and Baylor and North Carolina State Universities. Officials heave cured the viruses quickly in most cases. At Northridge, for instance, bookstore employees now test students' disks before letting students rent computers. To prevent future viruses, moreover, some observers predict students at other campuses may have to endure disk searches and scoldings to behave. "We're going to send out a message loud and clear that mis in not to be tolerated, this is not a matter to be taken lightly," said Eug...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

PSU 3rd in NSF Ranking Penn State University was recently ranked third in the nation for industry-supported research. Penn State reported S20.1 million in industry-sponsored research and development expenditures for the 1987 fiscal year, a $3.2 million increase over the previous year. Penn State was fourth in the 1986 National Science Foundation's ranking: The Massachusetts Institute of Technology was ranked first with S35 million and the Georgia Institute of Technology placed second with $23.6 million in industrial research supports. The rank recognizes the strides of University faculty and administrators, who are committed to establishing Penn State as on of the most dynamic research institutions in the country, said Charles Hosier, senior -vice president for research and dean of the graduate school. "This shows the outstanding reputation faculty members have and the high esteem in which they're held by industries," said Hosier. Industries can be particularly discriminatin...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Arts cont'd from page 1 successful college that bears the family name. Martin is a member of the music faculty of the State University of New York at Buffalo. He is also an organist/choirmaster at Trinity Episcopal Church in Hamburg, New York. He has performed in Europe, Canada and throughout the Eastern United States. "Anniversary Psalm" was performed by Rebecca Felton Spear and accompanied by the Penn State-Behrend Concert Choir and the Fredonia Chamber Players. Spear is a soprano with the Chataqua Chamber Singers, and recently performed with the University of Pittsburgh/Bradford Chorus, with members of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and with the Erie Philharmonic Orchestra. She currently resides in Jamestown, New York, where she enjoys a career as a soloist and voice teacher. Also featured was a seasonal medley by the Penn State-Behrend Concert Choir, led by David Stuntz. The medley contained several pieces from the 15th, 16th and 18th centuries. Included in the medley was ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

_Bazaar in |^e Q_^rden by Steve Decker The bazaar was well attended, Collegian Staff Writer but not nearly as many clubs were involved as in previous years. The Winter Garden took on a "I was disappointed with the special holiday look on Tuesday and _v turnout, because we sent out Wednesday when Inter-Club information and it was known Council sponsored their annual about," said Scott Serapiglia, Inter-Christmas Bazaar. Club Council president. He felt that The bazaar originated a number the poor attendance at ICC of years ago as an opportunity for meetings and the busyness of the clubs to raise money. The end of the semester could be Association of Black Collegians, reasons. Serapiglia added that there the Barbell Club, Inter Varsity will be another bazaar next year. Christian Fellowship, Beta Upsilon "It went well, but we hoped Nu, and WBCR were among the there would be more clubs clubs participating in this year's participating, said Ramunda Bazar, event. an IVCF member who helpe...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Dorm Rules Eased After Sit-in (CPS)--Much like a freefloating all-purpose student protest at Goddard College in Vermont in October, Tennessee State University students held a day-long sit-in November 18 to ask officials to fire a football coach, liberalize dorm rules and start a new Afro-American Studies degree program. School - officials did agree to relax the dorm rules. But President Otis Floyd Jr. would not agree to fire TSU head football coach and athletic director Bill Thomas. The demonstration began when 200 students congregated at Floyd's remaining 45 to 60 students mei office. School officials allowed the with Floyd, who tentatively agreed students to remain overnight but to the relaxed dorm rules at the locked the doors so others could not school's three female and three male join the protest. One student was residence halls_, locked out on the roof in near- In October, a similarly wide freezing weather for a short time. range of "demands" were made The students dema...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

? Don't forget your _? Behrend Bookstore when shopping for that special someone this _? Christmas! _£

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

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

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

LOVE ROB throws a rock through a That was a strange thing to hear him say because he had always been a religious guy. His favorite TV character was Reverend Jim from Taxi, and on at least two occasions I had seen Butch leaving his house early on a Sunday morning and mumbling about God damming something. I always assumed that he was going to church, but I never asked because I know that in America, everyone is allowed to cast a secret ballot for the god of their choice. You can imagine my surprise when Butch continued by saying "What the heck good has the church ever done for anyone? Did you hear about the church that just had all them expensive statues stolen? The church spokesman said that they were real valuable and it will take some heavy fund-raising to replace them. What in the world was a church doing with them statues that make 'em so important and why the heck did they have expensive statues in the first place? I would think that they could find a better reason for...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

In Defense of HABIT Dear editor, I feel that being a resident senator and a young black woman that I can adequately respond to your editorial on the HABIT senator from a black student's point of view. The fact that only minorities can represent minorities is just that, a fact, not a racist idea. If a minority student came to a white senator and told him of a racial encounter he experienced in the residence halls he would be represented effectively? I think not. When I hear ignorant statements like "It's not my fault God made you colored," or when speaking to someone they refer to a person as "that colored boy, " it irks me. A white student could not possibly feel what it feels like to be a minority unless they were in an environment where they were the minority. They don't know how it feels when the majority makes them feel inferior because their skin color is dark. You spoke of equal representation. Well, I don't think, that a minority senator would be represented effectively...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

A Look Back at a Long Semester v, PETE'S by Peter Weichlein 5 Collegian Staff Writer : This is it. The end of this dreadful semester is in sight. One week of finals, and we're out:of here. Time to reminisce? Time? to lean back and think. Time to digest What a semester it was. There was that election. We survived it, Mike Dukakis didn't. Will we survive the next four years? Let's hope George Bush does. Penn State's first loosing season in fifty years. Jopa was mad, I was amused. We can claim we attended Penn State during their one and only loosing season. Quite a claim to fame. Vinni's was busted I was there. Didn't get arrested, didn't get in any trouble, actually I had a blast. My dancing's not that hot anyway. Penn State's cracking down on smokers. No more cigarette machines on campus, smoking a perversity rather than an addiction. The Last Temptation of Christ" wasn't allowed in Erie. Erie is above blasphemy. I'm not. I can't wait for the video. There were summer Olympi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Let's Talk Merry Christmas [ opinion] by Pastor Ray Sines Collegian Staff Writer Christmas is a holiday celebrated by more individuals nationwide than most of the other holidays combined. I remember, as a child * I would get very excited during the last two weeks of December in anticipation of activities, gifts, pies, cookies, and Santa to come. Dad would always wait until Christmas Eve to put up the tree and then my three brothers .and.I would be allowed to hang the, ornaments and icicles. We, individually, made most, of the ornaments. A few years later Santa turned out to be dad, but my high expectations remained unchanged. As education molded me into its form, I learned that Christ was the forerunner of Claus. I learned that we were actually celebrating Christ's birthday. I was somewhat confused about how the shepherds abided with their flocks in the snow and how the three wise men traveled from the Far East in a few hours. My young mind invented varying answers to these ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Letters to the editor Disgusted With Theft Dear editor, Am I bitter? You bet I am. The members of the Barbell Club have worked so hard this semester with the Student Government Association, the Gym Staff, and the Maintenance Department, and the just completed Bench-A-Thon, with the sole purpose of making the weight room a nicer place to work out Then, in one act of selfishness, some person (or persons) undermined all of our efforts by stealing an Olympic Bar and some weights. Why should the Barbell Club members spend all of their time (which we all have precious little to spare) and energy in fund raising for equipment when one individual can ruin it for everyone? And why should the Gym Staff be in any hurry to replace expensive items like this when what has been purchased can't stay in place for even one semester ( yes, they just bought it this fall! )? And how many people who have used the weight room can remember having to wait because there was only one bar? I'm sure these...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Avoiding Cliques A new book on an old problem by Kevin Trenney Collegian Staff Writer I thought it was just some bad movie or a night mare that would soon end. I was wrong. It continues to haunt me. You see, I- have this problem. I am a Behrend major, with no hope for escape. I have been told the first step in solving a problem is admitting you ' have one. : What could be so wrong with Behrend? The classes and course work don't bother me. Even the library, doesn't bother me that much, ([must be delirious). I think that I have been followed to college by a .large number of junior high school" students. f They seem too physicallydeveloped to be junior high students. And junior high students don't go to college - unless they ajs exceptionally bright \ I know what it is. These people are the physical embodiment of tHe pre-pubescent, mall-combingjunipr high mind-seL [ Yes, these students form _littfe cliques to practice their pety snobbery. I love it! You have your basic sports...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Soap Opera Update by Nanette Quatchak Entertainment Editor Another World Amanda waited at home for Sam for their night out. Vicki talked Amanda into going out without Sam. At the Pelican Bar Sam, Mitch, and Jamie got drunk and talked about their "women." Sam missed Amanda so he went to call her but instead found her in the bar. They kissed and made up. Charlene invited John for a night out but he explained that he was going out with Lisa. They went to the Pelican Bar. Lisa saw. Jamie and he was drunk. He told her that he proposed to Vicki and that she turned him down. Lisa got very upset and asked John to take her home. Jamie sobered up and some woman named Coral walked up to him and flaunted herself and asked Jamie if he wanted a ride home. Josie sang "Happy Birthday" to a guy from the fraternity in avery skimpy outfit and was asked to sing another and she accepted the invitation, feeling flattered. Josie then pushed a piece of cake in a boys face because he tried to kiss h...

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

IE N ¥ IE IB ¥ AIN A\ IE N T REM Cashes in on Green by A. Thomas Mamaux Collegian Staff Writer Rating- ** REM are no longer the young, nubile virgins that they used to be. REM has hit the big time and now they must make albums that appeal to their market share rather than their own taste. Their new album is called "Green". In typical REM fashion, there is not a trace of green on the album sleeve. I am not aware of the word green in any of the contained songs. The album is, however, all about green. REM is now rolling in it since they sold their artisticfreedom to Warner Brothers Records. They will also receive more green in the future when they tour and tally up the record sales. However, inside REM there are two different schools of. thought. Michael Stipe (the lead singer) feels that he and the band can be a band of the 80's, play in large arenas, and not compromise their standards. Peter Buck (the lead guitarist) feels ' that REM should regroup, get their heads straight, qu...

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

Robert Cray by David Friend Collegian Staff Writer "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" is Robert Cray's seventh album and, arguably, his best. Even though Cray's musical basis is the traditional American blues, he has attempted to extend the genre into a more expansive style. On this album, he has done that by intermingling traditional blues forms with jazz, fusion, rock 'n' roll, and soul textures and styles. What comes out is an excellent, pleasing to listen to album that cannot be _^ beat_. Side one starts out with the title track. Reminiscent of Cray's earlier work, the song sounds like it would belong on "Strong Persuader," with its weaving of guitar and keyboard melodies. The second track, "Don't You Even Care?," is the only disappointment on the album. The song is a little too slow, and even with an outstanding guitar solo, Cray never seems to raise the song onto a different plane, like he does with the rest of the album. "Your Secret's Safe with Me," and "I Can't Go Home," a...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

Jane's Addiction by A. Thomas Mamaux Collegian Staff Writer Rating - _*** "Jane's Addiction" is a hot and relatively new American band. Over Thanksgiving I was lucky enough to see them in Pittsburgh. I was so impressed that I went out and bought their album. "Jane's Addiction" does not fall into one class or category, instead they bend several styles together. On the Aside (also known as the "birdbath 1 side) they combine the anger and fire of punks with the peace-loving attitudes of hippies. The pelican side (B-side) was recorded live and contains two cover tunes. They do a Lou Reed song called "Rock'n_*Roll" and "Sympathy for the Devil" by the Rolling Stones. . "Jane's Addiction" is still exploring where they want to go musically. Take, for example, the first four songs on the birdbath side; "Trip Away", "Pigs in Zen", "Whores", and "l%". "Trip Away" is about LSD and "Pigs in Zen" clearly states that they would rather make love than war. Their punk side comes out on "whore...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988

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

¦ Hard Rock by Paul Polosik Collegian Staff Writer In the era of the sound of topforty music like the Pet Shop Boys and the Information Society, it's refreshing to see the hard rock bands finally get the recognition as a major force in music today. Bands like Metallica, Iron Maiden, Megadeth, and L.A. Guns are selling millions of albums (even though they get very little radio time). This shows that if the music is good, people will buy it - even if it's not "top forty". Hard rock is not something thatappeared overnight It started in the late 60's and early 70's with bands like Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest and Kiss. These bands set the precedent for all the groups _af the 80_'s, and are one of the main reasons heavy metal has grown in massive proportions. The music, which is based on lie guitar, is hard driving and filled with power; and you have to go to 1 concert to understand what a great ;xperience it is. These factors _explain why hard rock is so _' _jopular; and ...

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