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

Place a personal Behrend students! Got something to say, but nowhere to say it? Well, no more excuses! Collegian Personal Ads are just what you need to let people know precisely what's on your collegiate mind. What better way to say "Happy Birthday", "Let's meet", "Get lost", or "You're Say anything you want for just a dollar per two line message (34 characters per line including spaces). Slanderous or obscene messages will, of course, be crumpled up and thrown away. The next Collegian deadline is Jan. 31 to be published on Feb. 6, so send your favorite Valentine a message!

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 January 1986

To that cute blonde in History 120, I've got my eye on you!. Dear Betsy, let's study HL ED 046 together. • Happy Birthday George! Congrats, on finally hitting the big 21.

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

Excuse me! Please keep- the tunes down in Room 007. Salut Jacques! Je vous adore, mais surtout votre accent Francais, Umr like,.! think you're, uh, like . really neat, you . know?.

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

Forecaster Naisbett sees a great student job market —— But others say hold the 'impudent' questions for now WASHINGTON, D.C. (CPS)- While they may not be able to tell it while they're beating the pavement looking for work in what recent reports predict will be tight job market this spring, students will be sitting pretty when the Information Age finally dawns, social forecaster and author John Naisbett says. Job applicants are going to find the employment market shifting more and more in their favor as firms will compete to hiredeclining numbers of college graduates, he predicts. And in a seller's market, Naisbett — author of Magatrends, the successful book about emerging social, economic and political trends — says students are entitled to ask questions like: What is the company's vision? Can employees participate in it and reap benefits, perhaps through employee stock ownership plans? Is there profitsharing for all, and are women paid fairly? The questions are far from i...

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

Behrend prof earns superintendent's ktte University Relalions-Dr. Robert Tauber, assistant professor of education at Perm State-Behrend, has received his Superintendent _' s Letter of Eligibility from the Pennsylvania Department of Education. The letter of eligibility is formal certification that Tauber is qualified to work as a superintendent in Pennsylvania. Tauber finished course work for the superintendent's certification overseas, while studying the British state-maintained educational system during 1984-85 as visiting professor at the University of Durham in England. In addition to his certification as superintendent, Tauber is certified as a secondary school principal, counselor and teacher. He was a teacher and counselor at McKeesport Area High School for four years before joining the Behrend faculty in 1971. Don t look now, puzzle page Dr. Robert Tauber But Tauber says he has no plans to abandon higher education and return to the secondary schools. "I don't plan...

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

Female teachers let men dominate continued from page one Sandier and colleague Roberta Hall have released numerous summary studies documenting differences in the way men and women go to — and are treated in — college. . : Female instructors themselves often were raised in homes that considered men's views as more valuable, Sandier observes. Their upbringing, she says, may explain why women teachers might allow men to dominate class discussions. "Many of the different expectations for men and women are carr ied oyer from the larger social situation into the college classroom," Hall says. In another study, University of California researchers Candice West and Donald Zimmerman found men interrupt classroom converations three times more often than women. Also, women wait twice as long to interrupt. However, they also found thai women are just as likely as men to gain the floor when they do interrupt. Previous research also indicates women's classroom language is not as "assertiv...

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

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

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

ROTC offers challenging summer by Thomas Milley Collegian Staff Writer If you were bored and without a job last summer, and are worried about facing the same thing this summer, or have no idea what you'd like to do when you graduate, then Army ROTC has an obligation free program for you. The program is six weeks long and is called ROTC Basic Camp. Not to be confused with basic training, also known as "Boot Camp," ROTC Basic Camp is shorter, consists only of ROTC cadets and the attendees are under no obligation to the Army, and sign no contracts. Basic training is 9-9 1 X A weeks long and is attended by members of Army National Guard and U.S. Army reserve members. ROTC BAsic Camp is held in several sessions at Ft. Knox, Kentucky which is about 35 miles south of Louisville. The training is fast-paced, rigorous, and challenging. It entails a multitude of military skills including: military map reading, land navigation, rifle marksmanship, leadership techniques, individual and uni...

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

the campus dub report Collegian Staff Writer weekend on Feb. 1-2. Everything needed to survive in cold weather will be covered. The SCUBA Club is open to all certified divers of Behrend. Instruction is available for interested students. Meetings are Wednesday nights at 5 p.m. AD shooters can join the Rifle Club. Meetingse are on Thursday nights at 5 p.m. If you are interested in either the SCUBA or Rifle Clubs, contact Sgt. Young in the ROTC office. by Barrett Parker Applications for two year ROTC scholarships are due Feb. 3. Applicants need not be presently enrolled in ROTC to be eligible. If you are interested, contact Cpt. Donahue in the ROTC office in the Administration Building or phone 898-6218. Behrend's ROTC colorguard will appear at several basketball games in the immediate future including Behrend vs. Wooster on Jan. 25 and Behrend vs. Fredonia on Jan. 27. The Ranger Club will be holding a winter survival

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

Wagner s opera series opens University Relations —Richard Wagner's epic opera ''The Ring of Nibelung" will come to life at Penn State-Behrend in a five-part series that begins January 30 and continues through April 17. Titled "The Ring in the Spring," the series features an introduction and presentations of Wagner's renowned opera "The Ring of Nibelung". Presentations are at 7:30 p.m. in the Reed Union Building lecture hall. The program begins Thursday, Jan. 30, with an introduction by Behrend Professor Emeritus Benjamin Lane. Lane will discuss the history of Wagner's work, the stories and themes of each opera and the musical techniques used to represent different character. - Behrend music instructor David Stuntz will provide piano music during Lane's lecture. A reception will follow the introduction. The ser ies continues with largescreen video presentations of the four operas in February, March and April. The German Bayreuth Centenial Opera production, called "Wagner's Ri...

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

EM_^m_^i_^raHH_^HraHH by Karen Koper M.I.S. Club Secretary The M.I.S. Club elected two Al Meder who recently graduated. Tuesdays at 12:15 p.m. in the new officers at the last meeting of Karen Koper was elected to sue- Reed Seminar Room (next to Stuthe fall semester. ceed Heather as secretary. Tom dent Affairs). All interested Heather Van Slyke, former club Vest and Dave Allen remain as students are invited to attend secretary, was elected president , vice-president and treasurer. meetings, and M.I.S. majors are She will fill the seat left vacant by The M.I.S. Club now meets on encouraged to come.

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

Health Tips Health Center—When treating a person for frostbite, promptly rewarm the frozen part in water 104-108F degrees for 20-30 minutes or until a flush returns to the area. Be careful not to rub or bump the area, since it will cause further damage to the tissue. Warn the person that the final stage of rewarming will be extremely painful, but rarely lasts more than ten minutes. Thawed areas should not be exposed to cold or bear weight. Keep an affected limb supported or elevated. Place absorbent cotton between thawed fingers and toes. Do not open any blisters that may develop since infection could occur. Get medical attention.

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

KAUL continued from page 6 becoming a gangster-state. There are enough of those around already. I think President Reagan should keep on doing what he's doing — looking for smoking guns, waiting for an opportunity to punish the guilty and no others. Such an opportunity will come, sooner or later. We must be patient. And, in the meantime, he should stop the schoolyard dialogue with Khadafy. What kind of match is it you're not supposed to get into with a skunk? Kissing? Something like that, anyway.

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

DONALD KAUL High-level diplomacy or schoolyard name-calling? "You're a flake," says Mr. Reagan. "You're another," says Mr. Khadafy. "Barbarian!" says Mr. Reagan. "Takes one to know one," Mr. Khadafy answers back. This is high-level diplomacy? It sounds more like two of the less mature characters in "All My Children" having a spat. Ronald Reagan hasn't done himself any great favors with the way he has handled the Khadafyterrorism issue. He has come off looking a bit like a blowhard. There's been too much posturing, too much bluster, too much name-calling. In the process, he has managed to . raise a punk like Khadafy to the level of hero in much of the Arab world. On the other hand, he hasn't gotten us into a war yet, and that's a good thing. He has also avoided killing innocents, which is another good thing. On the third hand, he hasn't done anything to stop the . What's a body to do? Mikhail Gorbachev, the Soviet leader, was faced with a similar problem a couple of months ag...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 23 January 1986

Paula Maus, Collegian Editor 1986 will be a great year. A local radio station reported that thin women are out, Madonna and Madonna accesories are out, and so are those tight fitting ameoba printed jeans (in my mind, at least). "In" are Reeboks, Don Johnson and Sade (Shar-day), and buzz words like "wellness" and "intrapeneur". But, job forecasters don't seem to have a grip on what is in or out for spring grads. If you didn't notice, two "telling" job market articles appear in this issue. One says "...jobs to be had" (p.4) and the other, "well...too bad grads" (p.2). Editorial opinion Up in arms over forecasts The article giving grads hope, based on social forecaster and author John Naisbetts's findings, sees technical and non-technical grads having a smooth sail. The other, based on three reports, forsees a long haul for technical majors such as chemistry, engineering and computer science, however, liberal arts grads have it made. Who do you believe? I say don't believe either...

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