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

Holiday ( Let's see now: the moon is round, the sun is round, the rest of the planets are round and the stars are round. Gee, DID WE THINK THAT WE WERE SPECIAL OR SOMETHING? Toss it. Halloween: A pretext to dress funny, act strange and stuff our faces with candy (it almost sounds like Valentines Day, doesn't it?). Let's keep it. Election Day: AHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAH AH!!!! Are you SERIOUS?!? Thanksgiving: A good reason to go off of your diet. Everyone gets to celebrate this one except s t 5 _i - ' > r t , : i 5 I Cont. from pg. 10 Richard Simmons, who should be locked in Julia Child's kitchen with Julia Child until he weighs as much as his hair, or a Yugo, whichever comes first. Christmas: One of my favorite holidays. Not only do I have to shop for everyone, but people come home from school_, There arc: * the people you don't want to sec * the people that you do want to sec, but they're having a better life than you are * and all the women who ever broke your heart, CALL YOU ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

_Calendar _^ 3M£$buraged Administrators at Louisiana College have halted, sales of a fundraisirig calendar featuring campus students in bathing suits, fearing it was giving the Baptist school a "playboy" image. Aimed at raising money for the college's chorus, the "Men of Louisiana College" calendar, which _.even campus President Robert L. Lynn characterized as "about as scintillating as a Sears catalog," was tame enough that the local Alexandria Daily Town Talk published a photo from it. However the photo, which was of a male student in a hot tub with two female classmates, generated complaints. "I thought it was in very poor taste for a Christian college," said Rev. Charles Hutzler, pastor of the Alpine Baptist Church. "I was outraged. It makes us look like we're liberal or something." Lynn decided to halt sales of the calendar after others advised him it could give the 800-student college, which is supported by the Lousiana Baptist Convention, a playboy image. Such images ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Hop A Bike To Florida Tired of the mush and slush of an Erie winter? Just plain tired? Then boost your energy and your outlook by joining the Health Advisory Board's 500-mile Bike Club. If you can do the miles on the stationary bikes in Erie Hall, you can pedal your imagination to the sunny shores of Florida or go to Carolina in your mind. It's easy to start biking your way to aerobic success. Simply sign your name and the number of miles you ride each day on the Bike Club poster in the weight room. And away you go. Once you get started, you'll find that riding the stationary bikes is one of the easiest and simplest forms of, aerobic exercise available. But when you're riding, don't forget to monitor your target pulse range and maintain that rate for 20 Members of the Behrend Ski Club enjoy the ride up Bear Mountain at Killington, Vermont. The group made the trip over winter break. (Photo by Rick Brooks) minutes. To determine your target pulse range, the formula is: 220- A...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Sports 49f ers Tame Bengals by Mike Cifelli Collegian Staff Writer The San Francisco 49'crs answered any questioning critics in a big way Sunday, defeating the Cincinnati Bengals 20-16 in Super Bowl XXIII at Miami's Joe Robbie Stadium. Wide reciever John Taylor caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Joe Montana with 34 seconds remaining to snatch the victory from the jaws of the Bengals. The pass was the culmination of a well executed two-minute drill by Montana and his dynamic duo of Jerry Rice and Roger Craig, who combined for over 370 yards of total offense. The game began on a bitter note for both sides . as San Francisco offensive tackle Steve Wallace fractured his ankle, on the fourth play of the game, and Cincinnati's nose tackle Tim Krumrie broke his leg, on the fourteenth play. The first half saw the two teams trade field goals for a three to three tie, the lowest half time score since Super Bowl IX where Pittsburgh led Minnesota two to nothing. The Nincrs' Mike Cofer...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Nebraska Legislature Seeks Damages from NCAA CPS The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) would have to pay colleges that lose money because the NCAA penalizes a school in their conference, if a bill proposed in the Nebraska legislature Jan. 12 becomes law. The legislature were angry about reports that recent penalties levied against the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University football teams - including being banned . from-tv and bowl appearances - would cost other colleges about $4.5 million in lost tv revenue. . Losing that much money, of course, could cripple some programs. "I think some recent cases have made people wake up and realize that when the NCAA punishesone school, it can result in many other schools being punished as well," said bill cosponsor Sen. Ernie Chambers, a long-iimc college sports reform advocate who in the past has introduced legislation requiring colleges to pay their athletes. Big Eight conference teams - which include Neb...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Lady Lions' Deep Slump Continues by Missy Mace Collegian Staff Writer "There just isn't enough pizazz ...," said Lady Lions' Head Coach Jenepher Banker in defense of the women's basketball team's lack of victories. The Lady Cagers most recent victory was on Dec. 10, a 52-51 squeaker over Grove City. After a months rest, the Lady Lions came back to reality with a 78-58 loss to Pitt-Bradford. This defeat was the first in a string of five straight losses. On January 14, they traveled to Theil and were blown out 73-51. On the 17th the hosted Hiram and again were beaten 72-59. On January 19, the Lady Lions traveled to Geneva where they stayed in the game but lost a hcartbreaker 55-53. Most recently, the team was brutally beaten at home by St. John Fisher 74-47. This leaves the Lady Cagers at a disappointing 3-10 for the first half of the season. Banker' believes the team suffers from exhaustion which has given way to too many mental errors. The excuses or reasons for defeat could...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Lion Cagers Rule 'The Pit' by Todd J. Irwin Collegian Staff Writer Erie Hall is a far cry from LA's Forum in all aspects but one ... home court advantage. "It's a pit to play in," said Behrcnd's men's basketball coach, Doug Zimmerman, "but it's home." What a home it is! The Lions are 7-0 in Erie Hall, which, at best, resembles an elementary school gym, and they are holding close to an old success formula. "A general rule of thumb is win at home and split on the road," said Zimmerman, "We've been winning at home and almost splitting on the road." Undefeated at home and 3-5 on the road bring the Lions to 10-5 overall. After roaring out to a 4-0 start back in December, the Lions dropped by one point to SUNYFredonia. The next day, Behrcnd's hoopers stomped Bethany College to up their record to 5-1 before the semester break. The team returned to practice on December 26 in preparation for the Mt. Union Tournament, but dropped two games in two nights there. "Overall the break hurt ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

TONIGHT IN ERIE HALL: BURGER KING - PEPSI NIGHT MensBasketball The Lions vs. Grove City College Prizes and Premiums Galore! Watch for other upcoming events January 28 - ROTC NIGHT Febuary 6 - ALUMNI CONSTITUENT NIGHT Febuary 8 - McDONALDS NIGHT Febuary 20 - HOOP SHOT GIVE-AWAY

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 25 January 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 February 1989

Canadian Counterparts Visit Campus by Dana Grudzien Collegian Staff Writer Thirty students from Toronto University's Erindale College visited Behrend on January 28-30 as part of a Sister College Program. During their visit, the Canadian students toured the campus, attended classes, and went skiing. On Friday night they joined Behrend students at the Leadership Retreat for dinner and a talk on the history of Behrend by Professor Emeritus Benjamin Lane. The Sister College exchange program was launched by the Student Government Associations of the two schools when nine Behrend students visited Erindale last spring. According to Carl Dabler, chairman of Behrend_'s Sister College committee, the program was designed to bring students from Canada and the United States together to share diverse educational, cultural, and social learning experiences. "Because Canada is so close to us, sometimes we forget that it really is a separate nation with its own unique culture. This is a maj...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 February 1989

by Laura A. Weaver Collegian Staff Writer Bchrend Police and Safety officers have several leads in last week's break-ins of eight cars parked in Behrend lots. The leads include fingerprints, which-have been scnt-to theState Police for analysis. Over $1500 worth of goods was stolen from eight autos parked in Behrend residence lots on January 25 and 26. Sometime between 11:30 Tuesday night and Wednesday morning six autos parked in the gravel lot by Perry Hall were entered through smashed windows. The thief or thieves struck again on Wednesday afternoon, breaking into a car parked in the lot near the apartments. The broken window led Police and Safety officers to believe the crime was committed by the same person who robbed the cars near Perry. Auto Break-Ins An eighth break-in, again near the apartments, was reported on Thursday. The stolen merchandise includes car stereos, equalizers, and speakers; a pair of ski boots, a necklace, and a road map. Officials ask that anyone seein...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 February 1989

College Smoking Restrictions Increase by Michael O'Keeffe CPS - It's getting harder to be a cigarette smoker on American campuses. A number of schools have announced even tougher smoking restrictions in recent weeks. From Big Bend Community College in Washington state to the East Coast, campuses that began limiting student smoking as long as a decade ago have taken the last big step this school yean "Smoking is pretty much banned now" at Big Bend, spokesman Doug Sly reported of new rules implemented Jan.l. In 1976. Penn State University was one of the first U.S. campuses to ban smoking from its laboratories and classrooms. On April 1 of this year, it will forbid smoking everyhwere except certain dorm rooms. "It's too strict of a rule. I have a smoking habit and I don't feel like standing out in the rain or snow (to smoke)," said Penn State senior Mary Helen Moran. Stanford University in 1988 banned smoking even at outdoor events. "Some colleges have been Cont. on pg. 2

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 February 1989

Academic Services by _Larisa Lukovics Collegian Staff Writer Tutoring in specific subjects and general study skills is available free at Behrend's Academic Services Center. The program, located in the Tumbull Building, is headed by John Coleman. Tutoring in study skills helps students with note taking, reading comprehension, test taking, time budgeting, and retention, skills such as long and short term memory. Personal help is also available for English, math, history, philosophy, psychology, chemistry, biology, physics, accounting, Spanish, German, political science, and computer science. A note is sent to each student's teacher informing him that the student did see them asking for assistance. Usually, this is done at the teacher's request. Any individual wishing to seek additional help with their studies may sign up for a specific time on the sign-up sheet outside the office. Although they do accept walkins, it is advisable to sign up in advance. The Center is located in ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 February 1989

Inside Behrend Briefs 2 Letters to Editor 3 Soap Operas 5 Larson & Hostetler 7 Fitness Column g Bits & Pieces 1 _j Girls Basketball _j ->

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 February 1989

Behrend Briefs Computer Seminars The Computer Center is offering training sessions on a variety of software packages on both the PC's and the mainframe computer. Introductory sessions are available for CMS/XEDIT, MS-DOS, WRITING ASSISTANT, WORDPERFECT, MACWRITE, MACPAINT, and MACDRAW. Since enrollments are limited for each session, those interested in attending any session should stop by or call the Computer Center (898-6415) to make a reservation. Learning Assistance The Learning Assistance Center offers free tutoring in subjects including math, English, and physics. Check the appointment board outside of the Center, Turnbull 205, for details. Zoo Help On Thursday, Feb. 16 at 9 am the Erie Zoological Society will be hosting an informative meeting about their Volunteer Program. Anyone interested in volunteering should come to the Zoo's Education Room. Refreshments will be served. For more information call 864-4091. Housing Contract Request Cards for University Park Residence H...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 February 1989

Smoking setting the pace" said Dr. Johr Longest, the former Mississipp State University student healtf center director and Americar College HeaUh Associatior (ACHA) official who has lee efforts to combat smoking or campuses for several decades. The drumbeat of new restrictions has been constant Colorado's Metropolitan State College's bookstore stopped selling cigarettes in November, while Georgia State University banned such sales in 1986. Scores of other schools, including the universities of rexas, Illinios, Nebraska and _Sforth Dakota, Tulane, Mankato State, and Southwest Missouri State universities also have restricted campus smoking. But even among the new _campus bans, there are signs _college students may be smoking more again. Some 10.1 percent of this year's freshmen, up from 8.9 percent of last year's first-year collegians, smoke cigarettes, the annual American Council on Education - University of California at Los Angeles survey of 300,000 students found in mid-Ja...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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