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

Cub's Scoreboard SUNY - Fredonia Tournament - Championship Game (Women) PENN STATE-BEHREND (67) - Butch 2-4-8, Watchak 1-0-2, Huff 2-0-4, Lumley 6-4-16 Scaggs 6-0-12, Holmes 4-0-8, Gray 1-0-2, Yurchison 6-3-15. Totals: 28-11-67. FREDONIA (43) - Nowatzki 1-0-2, Bellanca 1-3-5, Counts 4-08, Maberski 1-1-3, Perez 3-1-7 Funk 1-0-2, Dunn 5-8_/_I6. Totals: 16-11-43. Behrend ' . . _'. -... -._ ..28 3&67 Fredonia __ _ 21 22-4! Gary Miller Classic (Men) PENN STATE-BEHREND (62) - Gorniak, G. 3-0-6, Manuel 4*8, Green 2-0-4, Cwalina 5-2-12 Meanor 3*6, Weed 1-0-2, Brown 0*0, Gorniak, R. 10-1-21, Irr, 1-1-3, Beaver 0*0, Leftwicr 0*0. Totals: 29-462. GANNON (80) - Runski 5-3-13, Demetrius 2*4 , Matthews 2-6-10, Rodriguez 5-3-13, Mao Dougal 4-2-10, " Smith 8-2-18, Kadman 2-1-5, Morris 3-1-7, Washington 0*0. Totals: 31-18-80. Behrend _ 27 35-62 Gannon -40 40-80 Tuesday, November 26 Women CARNEGIE MELLON (51) - Lightner 4*8 , Neupauer 0-3-3, Virgin 3-0-6, Reber 7-3-17, Zalevsky 5-1-11, ...

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

Lady Cubs Capture Tournament by Jim Parachini Collegian Sports Editor The Lady Cubs _successfully opened its 85-86 campaign by capturing the SUNY-Fredonia Tournament on Nov. 22 and 23. Behrend_'s women's basketball team defeated host Fredonia in the championship game, 67-43 on Nov. 23. On Nov. 22 Behrend edged Ithaca College, 55-53 on a jump shot with seven seconds left by junior - forward Sue Holmes. Fredonia downed Russell Sage College to advance to the final. Karen Yurchison, a 5-6 junior guard, was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player. A transfer student from Penn State's Shenango Valley campus, Yurchison scored 13 points against Ithaca and 15 against Fredonia. Toni Lumley paced the Lady Cubs with 16 points in the championship game and, along with Holmes, was named to the alltourney squad. (Gannon downs men hoopsters Behrend's men's team was not as fortunate right out of the gate as they had to face a tough Gan¬ non team at the Hammermil Center on Nov. 23 in the...

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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

Cubs claw Thiel for first win by Jim Parachini Collegian Sports Editor After losing their first home game of the season at the buzzer sandwiched in between three losses by a combined total of 87 points, the Cubs finally tasted victory on Dec. 3 with a 75-71 Erie Hall triumph over Thiel College. Picking up the slack after Thiel's women's team had beaten the Lady Cubs, 79-59 earlier in the evening, Behrend needed four free throws in the final 41 seconds to earn the win. Senior Gary Manuel (gamehigh 22 points) and Jim Webb each hit a pair of one-and-ones to give the Cubs the win and improve its record to (at press time) 1-4. Webb and sophomore forward Mike Siggins added 14 points apiece while junior center Randy Gorniak added 13 and a teamhigh 10 rebounds. For the women in its loss to the Lady Tomcats, juniors Sue Holmes and Karen Yurchison each scored a game-high 18 points for-Behrend (3-3) at press time. No post season The women's volleyball team failed to make the Division I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 January 1986

Capital Campaign stimulates BehreraFs growth as community college by Greg Rathbun Collegian Staff Writer Penn State will officially start their 200 million dollar Capital Campaign on Sept. 13, 1986. "A capital campaign is usually a very intensive effort over a limited number of years to raise large amounts of money in support of college programs," said Susan Black-Keim, Director of Development in University Relations. . The money raised by the campaign can be used for buildings, professorships and scholarships. Money recently raised at Behrend erected the Hammermill/Zurn Building and equipment for that building. Behrend raised seven million in what is called an advanced gift phase in its Capital Campaign. "Before any capital campign you do a lot of groundwork to ensure the success of that effort and so you try to have between a third and a half of your money already admitted before you announce it. We were part of that advanced phase for Penn State," Black-Keim explained. A ca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 January 1986

Study: Men dominate classrooms by Jim Schwartz nick videotaped Harvard courses CAMBIDGE, MASS. (CPS)- taught by 24 different instructors, Male students tend to dominate and then calculated how often — classroom conversations even and how long — male and female when the instructor is female, a students participated in classroom new Harvard study says. discussions. Previously, much education Krupnick, who conducts research blamed women's workshops on other campuses, classroom reticence on discomfort says men dominate classroom with having male professors. discussions at colleges around the The report is the second in as countrymany weeks indicating colleges While Krupnick notes men's aren't always as hospitable to and women's grades and aptitude women as they are to men. test scores are about the same, she Three weeks ago Congress' Of- says male dominance in the fice- of Technology Assessment classroom is important because found college teachers often steer "liberal arts schools...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 January 1986

Transferring to U.P.? Housing Fair helps University Park, PA-Housing Fair '86, scheduled for Feb. 7-8, provides an opportunity for students who will transfer to University Park to explore housing opportunities on campus and in the adjacent State College community. The Fair will be held in the Hetzel Union Building (HUB) Ballroom from 10 a-m. to 3 p.m. both days. The Saturday, Feb. 8 date is being devoted to Commonwealth Campus students' participation. More than 70. area property owners/managers (University and offcampus) as well as service agency representatives will be present to provide information about housing, transportation, utilities, code enforcement and other services. Nick Smith, a transfer from Altoona Campus and student host for the event, urges Commonwealth Campus students to attend. Smith stated, A Housing Fair will enable you to do one stop shopping in the HUB Ballroom." Housing Fair '86 is sponsored by Off-Campus Housing with ARHS (Association of Residence Hall...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 January 1986

Financial Aid applications available for 86-87 needs Financial Aid Office--Applications for financial aid for the 86-87 year are now available in the Financial Aid Office, located on the second floor of the Administration Building. Students are urged to file their applications by Feb. 15 to assure consideration for all aid programs. Listed below are the applications required and filing deadlines for both processes may be addressed at the Financial Aid Office, or by consulting the Financial Aid Bulletin Board located on the second floor of the Reed Student Union. PENNSYLVANIA STATE RESIDENTS STATE GRANT-FEDERAL GRANT APPLICATION For the 1986-87 academic year, PA undergraduate students should complete the State Grant-Federal Grant Application to be considered not only for state and federal aid, but also University administered aid in conjunction continued on page 3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 January 1986

Education abroad..p.2 Spring job market looks good p.4 Columnist comments on diplomacy & terrorism p. 6 Love is in the air at the StudioTheatre.p. 7 Cross country skiing explored p.10 Orange & Super Bowl commentary p.11

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 January 1986

Endicott Report finds a 'cooling' for tech majors Spring job prospects appear to dim a Me EVANSTON, IL. (CPS)--Spring grads' job prospects may not be quite as positive as previous reports predicted, the latest testing of American business' hiring plans indicates. The previous reports, moreover, suggested only slightly better job prospects than students had last year, when the job market was at a nadir. "I expect it to be flat, maybe plus or minus one percent compared to last year," observes Victor Lindquist, supervisor of Nor thwestern University's Endicott Report, the most recent of the three major surveys on job prospects for graduating seniors. And previously "hot" engineering, computer and chemistry grads are going to have a much harder time finding jobs than their counterparts of the last few years. "Students are going to have to commit to a longer job search and be satisfied with fewer choices," Lindquist says. In late November, the College Placement Council (CPC) projec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 January 1986

Penn State offers international collegiate experience by Man _Trenkie Assistant to the Associate Provost Behrend students have the opportunity to enrich their educational experience by participating in study abroad programs. These programs are open to any Penn State student with a 2.50 average and upon completion of certain course prerequisites for the program in which they are seeking enrollment. Tuition charges for all foreign studies programs are the same as for the University campus. Round-trip transportation and a one-time program fee (usually around $35) must be borne by the student. When room and board arrangements are provided, these costs are based on the standard University Park double room and board rate. Students eligible for financial aid would continue receiving such aid for their study abroad. Programs vary in length from one semester to year-long terms of study. Most participants are of junior or senior standing during their study abroad. Students may prese...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 January 1986

Provisional students advised to check status by Jack Homer Collegian Feature Editor. Provisional students at Behrend must realize that they have not yet been accpted into a degree program at Penn State. If you are a provisional student planning to enter into either a four or twoyear degree program and have completed (or plan to complete by the end of the Spring '86 semester) 18 credits (nine credits for a twoyear degree program) and have upheld a 2.0 grade average, you must fill out an application for acceptance into a degree program NOW. Some Penn State academic programs and majors may have additional admission requirements. Make an appointment with Admissions Counselor, Greg Allen whose office is located in the Administration on the second floor or can be reached at extension 6100. If you are a provisional studem who will have 36 credits or more completed and meet the requirement to enter into a degree program, yet you fail to go and filJ out an application, you are in dan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 January 1986

Rape crisis speaker scheduled by Barb Cavano Collegian Staff Writer Lawrence Lobby will be host to a speaker on Jan. 29 at 8 p.m. A guest from the Erie Rape Crisis Center (to be named at a later date), was asked by the Residential Life staff to speak on a "today" issue-rape prevention and defense. The lecture's theme will be "how to talk yourself out of a rape situation." Light was first brought on the subject by Eric Connors and Alene Rohde, members of the Residential Life staff. "Creating awareness of various subjects has been an ongoing process of the Residential Life staff," Rohde said. "Rape crisis is a part of this process," she noted. "We feel there is a need for a topic like this because rape is becoming more prevalent on college campuses in this area. It's the crime no-one likes to talk about," Rohde concluded.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 January 1986

Jt 1 IH&nClcll clid continued from page one with the University financial aid application. To be assured consideration for the University administered aid, the STATE GRANT-FEDERAL GRANT application should be submitted by Feb. 15. UNIVERSITY FINANCIAL AID APPLICATION This form must be filed in conjunction with the STATE GRANT-FEDERAL GRANT application in order to be considered for all types of University Aid (SEOG, NDSL, CWSP). The filing deadline us April 1. UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP (3.0 GPA and above) This application must be submitted for academic scholarship consideration by March 1. Students must also submit financial information (through STATE-FEDERAL application) by Feb. 15. OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTS FINANCIAL AID FORM (FAF) For the 86-87 academic year out-of-state students must file the FAF in order to be considered foi federal aid, as well as university administered aid in conjunction with the university aid application. To assure consideration foi the u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 January 1986

Behrend Library provides an abundance of entertaining and academic materials Behrend College Library—The American Heritage Dictionary defines the word library as "a repository for literary and artistic materials, such as books, periodicals, newspapers, pamphlets, and prints, kept for reading or reference." The Oxford English Dictionary prescribes the library to be "a place set apart to contain books for reading, study or reference." While the Behrend College Library fulfills the definitions above, it provides many services to students ana faculty as well. Services include a record collection, record players, a current best sellers' collection, a language lab, a photocopier, typewriters, group study rooms, a quiet study area and a microforms room. Information may be located by asking one ' of the library staff, by accessing the University's on-line computer catalog, LIAS, and through Inter-library Loan (ILL) service. The Inter-library Loan service allows students and facult...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 January 1986

Cross country skiing cont'd from page iq j oking for the perfect day you very enjoyable terrain. Take the rill only ski once or twice. You trails cautiously the first time lave to be able to ski in all condi- around in order to discover the ions or you don't get enough ski- particularly challenging spots _ig in. You have to be flexible and under control...- In other words, ot be bummed out about it. look before you ski. _?he great , advantage of crossountry skiing is that it is within An additional advantage, perhaps lie grasp of a lot of people. The the most important here at lack Room rents ski packages to Behrend, in the words of Walt tudents at reasonable prices and, Homer, is that-"it is a good way 'ith some instruction, the trails at to get through a Northwestern _lehrend can be a challenging and Pennsylvania winter.!'

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