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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

Student Standards Board reviews both major and minor offenses make up a session. In case of bias These trials usually take one day by Pat Schlipf Collegian Staff Writer The Student Standards Board is a group of students that settles and judges on-campus student problems. Problems that arise between students and the University concerning student rules are settled at hearings held by this board. Members of the board have to be on-campus residents with at least 3rd semester standing. Members are people recommended by faculty and staff and are appointed by the President of the University. Five available board members Don't look now, puzzle page 5 or prejudice, an SSB member can ask to be execused from the hearing, or if neccessary, the accused can contest the presense of a board member. However, the exemption must be reviewed by the board. Dohn Harshbarger, Dean of Student Affairs, and P.J. Brown, Asst. Dean of Students review the penalty or disciplinary sanction set by the bo...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

University Senate recommends a change in semester length by Rob Roth Collegian Staff Writer Recently, the University Senate in a 105-19 vote, recommended a change from the current 15-week schedule to one which would last 14 weeks. The proposal, if accepted, would mean that students would not begin classes until after Labor Day, however classes would end roughly the same date as the current schedule. Classes would start earlier in the day, and be extended five minutes so that the sufficient amount of student hours could be completed. It is important to note that the senate can only propose the 14-week alteration and the final decision rests with the university president who will consider the proposal early next year. Also, if the schedule is adopted, the earliest it would be implemented would be the 1987-88 school year. The schedule change has been proposed in an effort to better accommodate students who may be required by their employers to work through Labor Day weekend, ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

Schedule adjustment period slated by Karen Pastorik Collegian Staff Writer A Schedule Adjustment Period will be in effect from Dec. 9-19 in the Reed Union Building T.V. Lounge. Terminal operators will be available from 8:30-11:55 a.m. and 1:00-4:30 p.m. The schedule adjusting will be based on semester standing. During first two days upperclassmen will have an opportunity at the terminals. This adjustment period is just like a free drop/add period for all advanced registered students. NOTE: any student who is returning and who is presently registered for Fall '85 is expected to register for Spring semester at this time, (these students have received letters notifying them that they are not advanced registered). Students must be prepared with a list of courses and options in case some courses are closed. A counselor's signature is not required unless you are a DUS student. Students may return as often as they wish to adjust their schedule. The primary purpose of this period is t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

Student injured in Gorge fall continued from page 1 It took about three hours to retrieve Avampado from the Gorge using volunteer firemen from Brookside and Belle Valley and a Stokes basket. In an-article on Nov. 20, Erie Daily Times reported "Brookside Fire Chief Blaine Fasette said some 30 volunteers helped in the rescue operation, which was hampered by darkness, the rain-swollen creek and slippery terrain." The Times also quoted the Fire Chief. "The water in the creek was running too high to bring him out along the creek bed and that the darkness made us decide to go up the slope to the cemetery. The students were climbing the steepest section of the Gorge known as "Devil's Backbone," Fasette said. Campus security reported, "you could hear rocks falling from cliffs into the water, it was unsafe conditions for climbing." There have been a number of accidents over the years in the Gorge involving climbers. The most serious, said Lt. Jim Steiner of the Belle Valley Departm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

Divisions may merge continued from pagei not an effort to save money, or to omit majors. It will actually strengthen the current divisions." There has been an informal consultation with faculty and the Senate Council. A formal consultation was also held in which Lilley appointed an ad-hock subcommittee to help organize the change. Senior faculty members A. Daniel Frankforter _andHoger Sweeting are co-chairmen of the subcommittee. There will be no extra stress put on either the Humanities or Social Sciences Divisions. "It will be equally balanced between the humanities and social sciences," Lilley said. There will be three colleges under the three unit system: The Colleges of Business, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Science and Engineering. There will be no effect on the actual majors. "The degrees that the students attain will still be the same and so will ther majors," Frankforter said. "It will simply enable the College of Business and the College of Humanities and Social S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

How to improve test-taking skills continued from page 1 tion. Plus, anxiety starts to take over near exam time, so you're tense while you're cramming." He suggests taking off the day before a test and giving yourself a relaxing reward, maybe a movie or dinner with friends. Batoff, in fact, built in rewards for himself throughout study time for exams when he was in school. "Every couple of hours, I'd stop for a glass of milk and some Oreo cookies," he says. "I always gained weight during exams, but the reward helped me study." A good night's sleep and some exercise also are helpful. "It's been shown that people intergrate more information after a run around the block," he says. And where exams are concerned, misery not only loves company, it makes good use of it. "Support from others going through the same .thing is important," Batoff says. "You get a chance to talk about what you're doing. The more you use it in conversation, the more you own it. The less novel the situation f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

iy LQCPCL (JL i\/UQ continued from page 1 Residential Life Staff of the Behrend College sponsored a mass blood drive competition between the area colleges consisting of Behrend, Gannon University, Mercyhurst College and Villa Maria College. This competition is set up so that between the months of December thru April inclusive of 1986, each college will choose a month to sponsor a blood drive that will meet the following criteria established by the competition guidelines. GUIDELINES FOR COMPETITION l)_Be one of the area colleges asked to participate. 2) Sponsor a mass blood drive within the set time constraints.(no previous blood drives qualify) 3) Notify Gregory D. Goldsmith by writing: Behrend College, Station Road, Box 501, Erie, PA 16563, or by calling (814) 898-6669 or (814) 898-6155. 4) Give name of sponsoring organization and blood drive chairperson. After this has been done, Barbara Parker, Donor Recruiter for the Community Blood Bank will set up an appointment with s...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

ROTC Scholarships by Barrett Parker Collegian Staff Writer "It's great being able to go to college and pay almost nothing," says Cdt. Sgt. Don Buckshaw, who received one of mor& than 2,000 Army Reserve Officers Training Corps Scholarships available every year. Army ROTC scholarships are generous. They pay for tuition, certain academic expenses, include an allowance for books, supplies, and equipment, as will as a subsistence allowance of S1000 for each year the scholorship is in effect. "It's a good deal," says Cdt. Lt. Tom Milley, whose 3 1/2 year scholarship totals around $20,000, including $3500 in subsistance checks payed direclty to him. "The only thing it does not cover is my room abd board." As the saying goes, you can't get something for nothing. Students must complete the prescribed courses including military science. Furthermore, student must complete the six week Advanced Camp, which is attended between their Junior and Senior years. "An additional $750 to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

TLC finds housing for UP student by Greg Rathbun Collegian Staff Writer Are you transferring to University Park for the fall semester and don't have a place to stay? If so, you should know about the Housing Fair. The fair begins on the 7th and the 8th of February from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Heintzel Union Building of University Park. Several organizations sponsor this event including: Campus Life, the Organization of Town Independent Students (OTIS), and the Association of Residence Hall Students (ARHS). There will be several realators present representing many off- campus apartments and additionally a group representing the residence halls. A bus service will provide students with one and one half hour tours of on and off-campus apartments. After the tour a question and answer session will be held. At the session the Housing Fair coordinators will inform students on what to expect upon arrival in the Happy Valley Prior to the fairr Behrend will show two tapes on housing i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

the campus club report by Thomas Milley Collegian Staff Writer Behrend's ROTC Department held its first annual fall awards ceremony on December 5 at 6 p.m. Behrend's Professor of Military Science, Major McDavid, gave an introductory speech, in which he cautioned everyone to be careful over the holiday season, as he wishes to see everyone's safe return for the spring semester. He then announced that everyone there would get an award, and _wmv&vmtjmsmRmm_^mammmm Want to get involved in Commuter Council? Also, for commuter's convience, Student Pro-Want a leadership position? Commuter Council is gramming Council willscreen spring semester movies looking for two good people to be President and at 8 p.m. instead of 9 p.m. so you can catch the last Vice-President. Contact Jamie in Student Affairs if bus. interested. by Greg Rathbun Collegian Staff Writer The Film Production Club is just what it sounds like: it produces films. Since this is its first year on campus it's of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

Division of Police and Safety offers tips on keeping safe and preventing crimes by Officer Todd Allen - Division of Police and Safety Crime can happen any place at any time. In this article we will discuss four general self-protection rules that everyone can always keep in mind. The rules are as follows: (1) Know how to contact the Police; (2) Anyone can be a victim; (3) Keep friends and relatives posted as to your whereabouts; (4) Victims should report all crimes as soon as possible after they occur. Next, let's look at each rule: (1) Know how to contact the Police. The Police Department phone numbers are usually located in the first few pages of the "white pages" of the phonebook. In an extreme emergency, the outside operator will be able to contact the Police if requested. At Behrend_. the-'Police. and'Safety Depart¬ ment is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Their emergency phone number is 898-6101. (2) Anyone can be a victim. Always protect yourself and belong...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

Health Services inform about AIDS What is Aids? A Acquired: this means a condition which is transmissible and not inherited. I Immune: The body's defense system which is responsible for fighting disease. D Deficiency: a breakdown or inability of certain parts of the immune system to function properly, making a person more susceptible to certain diseases. S Syndrome: this indicates that AIDS is not one specific type of disease, but a-collection of possible diseases and symptoms. Cause: Unknown. Transmitted by: Sexual contact_. infected hypodermic needles, and blood and blood products. Who gets AIDS?: Homosexual and bisexual males, intravenous drug abusers, hemophiliacs (bleeders), people who have recently migrated from Haiti. Symptoms: Recurrent fever and "night sweats". Rapid weight loss for no apparent reason. Swollen lymph glands. Constant fatigue. Diarrhea and diminished appetite. White or unusual spots in the mouth. Later rare diseases turn into fatal conditions. Infec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

Hints for test taking l _! j » _^_L_^ continued from 3 ____ _______ . _^ page terfere with by controlling their breathing." - Another helful technique is imaging, a directed fantasy. "You could imagine, in details, a little vacatibn scene, realizing that It's a place where" nothing harmful will happen to you, " he says. "In formal training, we would lead up to imaging actually going into the test; first hearing about it, then studying for it, then seeing oneself comfortable while taking it. But if you're working on your own, it's better to build only a relaxine image, because you're too used to reacting to the test images tensely." With any of the techniques, Kaiser says not to get discouraged. "It's not going to happen overnight," he says. "On any of these procedures, you've built in a bad habit, so it's going to take some discomfort breaking the habit, because you're not used to doing it." ¦ ¦ ¦ _- . ¦ ¦:¦:: Reprinted by permission of the Philadelphia Inquirer November 198...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

Reminder for those attending the England Tour Deposits wili stili be accepted at the Division of Humanities and Communications until Friday, Dec. 13.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

Student finds life at Behrend to be lacking in atmosphere Upon coming to Behrend College in the fall of 1982,1 saw great opportunity for myself to grow and learn in a collegiate atmosphere. I feel that I have grown and learned in the four years that I have been here at Behrend, but I have yet to find that collegiate atmosphere. I would like to comment on the "Behrend Atmosphere" as I have experienced it the last four years When I came to this campus I thought I would find young maturing adults like myself with the desires of success, expression and good times. I found very little of these characteristics in the students I first met. They cared only for themselves and their own individualistic goals. They mainly cared about not sticking out in the crowd and conformity was their law of life. Behrend College - The Suitcase College where every weekend fifty percent of the campus evacuates. They run home, they run to University Park, anywhere to get away from 'here'. The two most...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

Syndicated columnist Donald Kaiii conies to the pages of the Collegian The Collegian is proud to present, syndicated columnist, Donald Kaul. Spring semester issues of the CoUegaia will feature Kaul on the opinion page. Donald Kaul has written over three thousand columns in more than 18 years of coping with the daily rigors of newspapering. He is certainly not a "Johnny-come-lately" but also is less than a household name or a national institution. Kaul has been looking at the issues and events that shape-our lives through the singular eyes of an experienced journalist living in Washington, D.C., close to the people who shape events and policies of our times. "Pessismism is correct 90 percent of the time," he says and means it. Kaul was born on Christmas Day in 1934, an only child and destined to remain one. He was born in a house in a Polish-American neighborhood on the near-westside of Detroit. It was a bilingual household and he grew up speaking Ukranian, a language which he ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 12 December 1985

A reminder from Police & Safety: Failure to pay any fines (parking or other) will result in an inability to complete registration.

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