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

College Bowl Games December 10 California Bowl at Fresno, CA - Fresno St. & Western Michigan December 23 Independence Bowl at Shreveport, LA - Texas-El Paso & Southern Mississippi December 24 .-Sun Bowl at El Paso, TX - Alabama & Army December 25 Aloha Bowl at Honolulu, HA - Houston & Washington St. December 28 Liberty Bowl at Memphis, TN - Indiana & South Carolina _Dpppmher 29 All-American Bowl at Birmingham, AL - Florida & Illinois Freedom Bowl at Anaheim, CA - Colorado & Brigham Young December 30 Holiday Bowl at San Diego, CA - Oklahoma St. & Wyoming December 31 Peach Bowl at Atlanta, GA - Iowa & North Carolina St. January 1 Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, FL - Georgia & Michigan St. January 2 Hall of Fame Bowl at Tampa, FL - Syracuse & Louisiana St. Florida Citrus Bowl at Orlando, FL - Clemson & Oklahoma Cotton Bowl at Dallas, TX - UCLA & Arkansas Fiesta Bowl at Tempe, A...

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

NFL Playoffs at a Glance by Rick Cain Collegian Sports Editor With only two weeks left in the season, there are still a number of playoff spots yet to be decided. Here is a run down of the teams that still have a chance to battle in the coveted Superbowl in January. American Football Conference The Eastern division belongs to Buffalo. At 11-3, the Bills only worry is whether they will have home field advantage throughout AFC the playoffs. The Central division's best bet is Cincinatti. The Bengals are also 11-3, and one of their wins was against Buffalo. This insures home field advantage for the Bengals if they end up tied with the Bills. The Western division is a mess. Seattle, Denver and Los Angeles are all 7-7. The Seahawks presently have the head to head advantage and would take the title if the season ended today. However, the Broncos and the Seahawks meet in Seattle Sunday, Dec. 10, and the Raiders host the "Hawks on the 18th. These two games should be the deciding fact...

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

SPRING BREAK '89 sponsored by _^ tudent VJ overnment r\ ssociation $195 per person (four persons per room) for more information stop by the SGA office (located behind the RUB desk)

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

Weekend Couch Potato by Paul Polasik Collegian Staff Writer What is it about football that makes a normal, active person during the week become a couch potato on the weekend? The average person either works or goes to school during the week so you figure that come the weekend they would want to do something besides just sit around and watch TV. But, millions of people every fall waste weekend after weekend watching grown men play a little boys game. What is the fascination? Is it the violent hits? Is it the last second victories? Or is it that we're just a lazy bunch of people who have nothing better to do with our time? The truth is that football is big business. It's right up there with the movie industry when it comes to making money. People pay over $20 a seat to freeze or get rained on just to see it. The Super Bowl has almost turned into a national holiday. People throw parties and go nuts just for the game. Scalpers got $1,000 a ticket last year for seats where you ne...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 December 1988
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Behrend Acquires AM Frequency Station to be on air this semester by Maria Plaza Collegian News Editor Behrend radio may soon be on the air following the gift from Burbach Broadcasting Company. Last December, Burbach gave the college the license, AM 1450 spot, antenna, transmitter, a set of broadcasting equipment, and the building of their WEYZ station. Burbach, which also operates WCCK K104 FM, is replacing the 1,000 watt WEYZ with its newly acquired 5,000 watt AM station 1330 (formerly WRIE). According to Dean of Student Services Chris Reber, Behrend_'s application has been sent to the Federal Communications Commission and a positive reply is expected within sixty days. At that time, the station should begin- operation under the proposed call letters WPSE. Reber described the transaction as a _£i ft/purchase arrangement It was largely a gift, he explained, but the University provided some remuneration for the equipment valued at $250,000. According to Reber, the acquisition...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Minority Senator Issue Defeated by James Martin Collegian Editor Following many weeks of debate and deliberation, a measure to create a minority senator position has been defeated The position, known as the HABIT Senator position, was first introduced by Darron Henry, president of The Association of Black Collegians. The proposed ammendment would have mandated the presence of a minority member on the Student Government Association (SGA). The debate on the issue began heatedly in the fall of 1988 and was characterized by strong feelings and frequent verbal exchanges. The ammendment proposal was ultimately called to a vote during the SGA's January 11 meeting. SGA President Steve McGarvey said that constitutionally the proposal had to be voted on at the third meeting at which it was read. The proposal had actually been considered at more than three meetings but was read in its final form at only three meetings. At the January 11 meeting, McGarvey limited discussion to 15 minu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Chisholm Urges Civil Rights Revival by Laura Weaver Collegian Staff Writer Former Congresswoman and author Shilrlcy Chisholm told a crowd at Behrcnd's Reed 117 that the civil rights movment needs to be revived. Chisholm spoke before an overflow crowd at 8 pm Thursday, Jan. 19 as part of Bchrcnd_'s annual speakers series on the topic: "Since the 1960's and Toward The Future: Protest, Order and Justice in America." Educated at Brooklyn College and Columbia University, Chisholm was elected to Congress in 1968 and blazed trails for civil and equal rights. Chisholm is also the author of two books, "The Unbought and Unbosscd" and "The Good Fight," which deals with her historical run for the presidency in 1972. Recently Chisholm toured the Country campaigning for Rev. Jesse Jackson during his presidential bid. When Jackson lost to Dukakis, Chisholm gave her support to the Massachusetts photo by Tracey Cross Governor by traveling through eleven states speaking on his belhalf. Duri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Presidential Pomp Fifteen Behrend students travelled to Washington D.C. to attend the inauguration of President George Bush. The trip was sponsored by _jthe .; Political. Awareness Club. After watching the inauguration and the parade and seeing many of Washington's sites, the students returned to their hotel and left for Erie the next morning. Here Vice President Dan _Quayle_'s car passes by a crowd of eager spectators. (Collegian Photo by Photo Editor Beth Bengtson.)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Inside Construction 2 Behrend Briefs 4 Editorial 5 History of Media *> Supergroup 8 Working Poet 11 Tidbits From Earth 12 Superbowl Review 15 Men's Basketball 16

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Reed Building Becomes Hard Hat Zone $.6 million Project Begins by Jennifer Rose Collegian Staff Writer The extensive remodeling of the Reed Building, due to be completed by June first, is running ahead of schedule. When the $750,000 project is completed, the Reed Building will have more windows and fewer walls, giving it a more modern appearance, and air conditioning. The remodeling will help the Reed Building, built in 1969, accommodate Behrend's everincreasing enrollment. The RUB desk will be relocated to the Winter Garden within a month. In addition to the regular RUB desk, "Rub desk East" is now operating near the Bookstore. A glass-enclosed quiet study area will be built on the site of the old television lounge. There will be four lounges downstairs. Student organizations, such as the Student Government, Student Programming Council, and Collegian will have new offices in the former bookstore area. The radio station will have a spacious new studio and office with windo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

by Dawn Davis Collegian Staff Writer "I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: "We hold these truths to be selfevident; that all men are created equal." Martin Luther ; King, Jr.'s birthday a was observed on January 16 in Erie Hall..Classes were cancelled arid offices were closed between 4 and 5 pm for a University-wide observance. The ceremony was sponsored by the Office of Student Services and the Association of Black Collegians. A telecast speech by the Honorable John Jacob, president of the National Urban League was planned but had to be postponed due to time constraints. The telecast is rescheduled for Wednesday, February 1 at 1 pm in Reed 117. Members of the Association of Black Collegians participated by reading King's "I have a Dream" speech, one of his writings, and his final speech, "I've been to the Mountain Top." They were read by Damon Gray, Rommel Taylor, and Tawana Tonkins respectively. The speeches chosen ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

No Military No Money CPS Students would have to join the military or do volunteer work to get college financial aid if a new bill introduced Jan. 6 becomes law. As expected, Sen. Sam Nunn (D-Ga.) and Rep. Dave McCurdy (D-Okla.) said they'd introduce legislation that would phase out all federal student aid programs within five years, replacing them with a deal in which students would have to perform some kind of "national service" in return for aid. McCurdy, in announcing the measure, said it would enforce the notion that "democracy is not free." If the plan passes—both legislators expected Congress to vote on it by early 1990—students would have to serve one year in a public service civilian job like working in a nursing home " or hospital or two : years in a'combat branch of the military. Students "who served in the military would get $25,000 grant at the end of their hitch. Students who worked in civilian jobs would get $10,000 grant. McCurdy hoped the plan would "reinvigo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Behrend College Receives Land Donation - Larry Smith, president oi Automation Devices in Fairview, has donated over 55 acres of land to Behrend College. The contributed property, adjacent to the Behrend College on Station Road, includes a brick home and a barn on a total of 55.58 acres of land. The increases Behrend's overall holdings to 543.52 acres. According to Dr. John Lilley, provost and dean, the property is vital to the college's expansion plans. These plans include a new ithletic complex, improved athletic fields and additional administration offices. Smith, a Penn State alumnus, and his wife Kathryn are natives of the Erie area, presently residing in Fairview. " I think Penn State-Behrend has a lot to offer this area," said Smith. " We want to help the college help people in Erie," his wife added. Larry and . Kathryn are members of the Mt. Nittany Society, an honorary group made up of Penn State's mostgenerous friends and alumni, i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Chisholm number of disquieting points on the poor and homeless in America and offered her thoughts on President George Bush. "How wonderful it was," said Chisholm of the 1960_'s which she calls "The Second Reconstruction." She remembered that era as a time when people were judged on their talents, not their race or gender. Following. Martin Luther King Jr's example, blacks began gaining jobs because of their abilities, she said. Chisholm spoke about women moving out and asserting theii views. "There are stupid men and I"ve met them," said Chisholm. "There are stupid men and stupid women," said Chisholm who feels equality is a principle with universal appeal. She said she believes we all must take our individual talents and use them to work together for the benefit of human kind. "Discrimination is alive and well," she said. "There has been a steady erosion of the gains that were made." In the face of those who believe there isn't a" problem in today's society, she said, "J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Group To Tour England, Ireland by Janet Ocampo Collegian Staff Writer This coming summer, Behrend College will offer students as well as faculty an opportunity to participate in a study tour of England and Ireland. London, Bath, Stonehenge_, Salisbury, Corfe Castle, Dublin, Killarney, and Cork are some of the highlights of this Lour based in Casterbridge of Wessex. Dr. Archie Loss, Professor _af English and a specialist of the works of author James Joyce will host the tour for participants within the area. There will also be professional tour guides provided to elaborate on the historical and literary backgrounds of the sites. Credit for this tour is available on an optional basis, Students who would like tc receive the three credits that are available are required to submil readings and a paper. Throughout this fifteen-day tour, admissions will be provided for places ranging from the Sherborne Abbey, School, and Castle to Stonehenge, Blarney Castle, and Westminster Abbey. O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

The Collegian Published weekly by the students of Behrend College, Erie Pa 16563 (814). 898-6221 Member of College Press Service Editor....James Martin Assistant Editor....Richard Cain News Editor....Maria Plaza Feature Editor....Rob Prindle Entertainment Editors....Nan Quatchak and Vail Weller Photo Editors....Beth Bengtson and Marybeth Zawistoski Business Manager....Stan Lefes Computer Consultant....Tom Wilkinson Advisor....Nancy McGartland The Collegian is a student-edited newspaper

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Behrend Briefs Non-Traditional Student Support Group A support group will meet on Thursdays in Reed 116 at 5:15 pm. Louanne Barton, staff psychologist, will be on hand to help facilitate discussions on concerns such as anxiety, loneliness, relationships, self-perception, goals, and multiple roles. Bring a brown bag if you like. Eating Concerns The Eating Concerns support group will resume weekly meetings at 7 pm on Thursdays (note change from last semester). Anyone concerned about eating behavior is welcome to attend this informal support group. For more information call Louanne Barton at ext. 6203 or Patty Pasky McMahon at _ext 6217. Work Study There are still work study positions available for students interested in working at the Behrend ski slope. Contact Brett Banker at the Intramural Office if interested. Health Center Hours Physician hours are: Wednesday and Thursday, 1 pm-4 pm. Nurse practicioner hours are: Monday and Tuesday, 1 pm-10 pm; Wednesday and Thursday, 8 am-1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Computer Center Offers Training by Carolyn Dudas The computer center is offering training sessions on a variety of software packages on both the PC's and the mainframe computer. The training sessions are open to ¦ students, faculty, staff, and administration. Several sessions will be offered on word processing packages such as MacWrite, Writing Assistant, and WordPerfect Other sessions will provide an introduction to MacDraw and MacPaint which are drawing packages on the Macintosh computers. The Computer Center will A ribbon cutting ceremony held last blend of day glow pastels, highlights Tuesday honored the addition of recent office improvements. Pictured Professor Arthur Charney_'s latest work left to right are Prof. Charney, Carol entittled "Sunset with Thermal Theuret, Marie Friedrick, Norma Towers." The painting, an abstract Hartner and Wendy Eidenmuller. offer a session on MS-DOS, the operating system for IBM PC's, and provide an introduction to some common DOS comma...

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