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

Bowl commentary continued from page 11 If Tony Eason, the Pats young quarterback, can remember that he is a good player, he'll, complete more than three passes all game. And if the New England defense can remain calm, utilizing the same type of opportunistic play that has been successful for them all year, maybe they can pick-off one of McMahon's passes and rattle the Bear cage. Yeah, maybe, maybe. Maybe God himself will come down and point at the Patriot end zone. Sure. The line stands— Bears by 14.

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

Football commentary Lions, tough loss to tackle by T. McGee Collegian Staff Writer The college football season is over. I am going tc try to write this article without sounding like a wimp, but I may stain the paper with my tears. Few things affect me as deeply as Penn State football. Joe Paterno and the Nittany Lions have been part of my life for so long that I feel as if I've actually worn the Blue and White on the playing field. As a student-at University Park for the last threeand-a-half years, I never missed a home game (or happily, a tailgate). I cheered hoarsely as the 1982 National Championship team stomped its way to glory and cried in my beer after 1984's dismal shuffle through the collegiate' basement. This year's team was a curious mixture of new talent, clumsy inexperience, and disciplined tactics consumated by an unadulterated will to win. Though most of the Lion's eleven victories were nothing to write home about (although a 31-0 trouncing of Pitt is always wort...

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

Lady Cubs hit rough stretch by Joe L. Magnu Collegian Contributing Writer Coach Karin Sobotta_'s Lady Cubs own a record of 5-8 with 12 games remaining. However, the women cagers will be without the services of leading scorer and rebounder Karen Yurchison. Yurchison, who was averaging 14.6 points per game and 11.8 rebounds per outing, is sidelined with mononucleosis for the remainder of the season. "We miss her alot," said Sobotta. The coach continued, "she was a quiet leader and we will miss her leadership very much." When you lose fifteen points and twelve rebounds per game it puts a big dent in the offense." Sobbota is alternating junior Chris Huff and freshman Kim Erikson at Yurchison's position. The Lady Cubs are adjusting quite slowly without Yurichison. The team has posted a 2-2 slate after returning from the semester break. "We are making the adjustment slower than we should be," said Sobbota. She continued, "psychologically, we don't have the confidence in our abilit...

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

Cub s Scoreboard Basketball Wednesday, January 8 Men UNIVERSITY OF BUFFALO (64) - James 6-3-15, Calangelo 1-0-2, Florczak 2-1-5, Bell 5-0-10, Bruton 1-0-2, Latour 2-0-4, Pawlak 1-3-5, Summers 0-2-2, Etopia 7-5-19, Sepi 0-0-0. Totals: 25-14-64. PENN STATE-BEHREND (63) - Siggins 3-0-6, Gorniak, R. 3-1-7, Gorniak G. 7-2-16, Meanor 5-4-14, Manuel 6-3-15, Weed 0-1-1, Sargent 1-0-2, Irr 0-0-0, Green 0-2-2, Cwalina 1-0-2. Totals: 26-11-63. Saturday, January 11 Men PENN STATE-BEHREND (78) - Manuel 3-2-8, Weed 1-4-6, Gorniak, G. 7-0-14, Meanor 9-2-20, Borniak 2-1-5, Siggins 1-4-6, Green 0-0-0, Cwalina 2-0-4, Sargent 4-3-11, Irr 2-0-4. Totals: 31-16-78. BETHANY COLLEGE (70) - Yankovich 8-6-22, Christman 5-1-11, Asake 1-0-2, Allison 3-5-11, McGinnis 5-10-20, Doak 0-0-0, Henderson 2-0-4. Totals: 24-22-70. Monday, January 13 Men MERCYHURST (66) - Moncrieff 3-0-6, Nesser 6-7-19, Harris 7-0-14, Moss 2-0-4, Davis 1-0-2, Mindach 0-0-0, Lee 2-0-4, Cams 5-1-11, Brower 2-2-6. Totals: 28-10-66. PE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 February 1986

"Ms. Faust" hits bookstores by Chip Susol Collegian Staff Writer What do you get when you combine a Behrend professor, the occult and feminism? The answer is, Chris Dubbs' newly released novel, "Ms. Faust". "Ms. Faust" is a story about a young professional woman's aspirations on the corporate ladder and how she is aided, in the Faustian traditon, by selling out to Satan. This unique combination, the occult and feminism, was a result of Dubbs' inspiration of the title in January of 1984 when he combined the name of Faust, a traditional character in literature who sold his soul to the Devil for knowledge and power, and the feminist title 'Ms.' The implications of this combination provided the material from which Dubbs worked to create this dramatic commentary on feminism and success in the corporate world. "Ms. Faust" was completed 19 months later in August of i985. The hardback edition of "Ms. Faust", published by Richardson-Steinman, should be available at press time through v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 February 1986

Gramm-Rudman threatens four percent cuts for student aid WASHINGTON, D.C. (CPS)- Student aid programs will shrink by about 4.3 percent as of March 1, figures released by the Office of Management and Budget last week indicate. The cuts are the first mandated by the new Gramm-Rudman formula to balance the federal budget. And while educators say black, Hispanic and middle-income students will bear the brunt of the new cuts, they now think the Gramm-Rudman law — named for co-sponsoring senators Philip Gramm (R-Tex) and Warren Rudman (R-N.H.) — will have a severe impact on students when the next round of cuts it requires take effect in October. In the following years, reductions may have to be four to five times as large as this year's in order to balance the budget by 1991. Even now, educators think current cuts will hurt certain classes of students while convincing some ""banks to give up making Guaranteed Student Loans Eva Tucker, Assistant prof of Geoscience explains Erie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 February 1986

Quake shakes Erie bv Barrett K. Parker Collegian Staff Writer Last Friday, Jan. 31, Behrend, as well as the rest of Erie, was shaken by an earthquake. Dr. Eva Tucker, Asst. Prof, of Geoscience, in an interview with the three local TV stations, said, "Most people don't expect earthquakes in this area." Earthquakes usually occur along geologic faults, where two continental plates meet, such as California's San Andreas Fault. Few people know that such a fault exists out in Lake Erie. "In the east, the areas are very old," says.Tucker, "Quakes...(such as this one) occur along old faults. There is such a zone in Lake Erie." This quake measured five on the Ricter Scale which is method of measuring the amount of energy released. A reading of five is considered a "moderate" earthquake. The middle of the earthquake, called the epicenter, was located close to the center of the lake. Canadian cities on the Lake side were similarly effected. The last quake along this fault occured in upst...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 February 1986

Campus buildings don new names by Chip Susol Collegian Staff Writer In efforts to preserve historical traditions behind the Behrend College, the Pennsylvania State University Board of Trustees passed a resolution to restore the original names of the structures built on.the Ernst Behrend Estate. The buildings in the original proposal; Administration Building, Faculty Office Building, Faculty Office Building Annex, Turnbull Hall, and the Studio Theatre were considered for re-naming. All were passed but "Turnbull Barn" which will remain Turnbull Hall, and "The Comcrib Theatre" which will remain the Studio Theatre. The new "old" names will be: Glenhill Farm House (Administration Building), Carriage House (Faculty Office Building), and Carriage House Annex (Faculty Office Building Annex.) continued on page 3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 February 1986

Campus seductions are in the eye of the male beholder 'Misperceptions' cause much campus sex harassment, prof says MANHATTAN, KS (CPS)-He thinks she's flirtatious and seductive, but it is all in his mind. That's what a Kansas State University psychologist thinks. Dr. Frank Saal studied college students to see if sexual harassment is prompted by men misinterpreting women's friendly gestures as flirting. His study found men "tend to misperceive females' behavior, and are more likely to view interactions in sexual terms." "A lot of people wonder if sexual harassment isn't just a power play, a way of using sex to keep_, women in their place, but I maintained — and found — that there is a sexually-toned element to it," Saal explains. Saal made videotapes of two "totally business-oriented _1 ' scenes: one of an assistant store manager briefing a new female cashier,-and one of a female student asking her male professor for a deadline extension. After viewing the tapes, the ma¬ jori...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 February 1986

ROTC scholarships by Thomas MQley CoQegiaa Staff Writer "I'm really surprised that more people don't take advantage of it, it's a really great opportunity," says junior Cadet Ralph Drayer of his three year scholarship. "It has given me time to relax and concentrate on my studies without the worry about where next semester's tuition is coming from. People think that you have to sign up for twenty years or something and they get scared off. They should look into the advantages of the scholarships in more detail." Army ROTC scholarships pay for full tuition, books, activities, supplies required for certain ma jors and provide a subsistence allowance of $100 per month up to $1,000 per academic year. In return, a cadet has several options for obligation to the Ar my. They can try for a Guaranteed Reserve Forces Duty scholarship, which has an obligation of eight years in the U.S. Army Reserve, or Army National Guard. They could also try for one of the other active duty scholarship...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 February 1986

Minors offered at Behrend enhance course of study by Greg Rathbun Collegian Staff Writer Did you know that you can make some of your credits count twice? Adding a minor allows students to do this. "What it really does is allow the student who is majoring in one area to take significant amount of course work usually between 18 to 21 credit hours in another area and have it appear on their transcript that they minored in another area," John D. Burke, Associate Provost and Dean said. However, this doesn't mean that you have to add 18 to 21 credits to your course load just to get a minor. Some past or currently enrolled courses, depending on their content, can be used to form a minor. There are several advantages to adding a minor. One advantage is that it lets you pursue an interest outside your major. It also enhances students' job opportunities upon graduation. Behrend currently has nine minors including: communications, English, history,-economics, political science, psychol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 February 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 February 1986

Behrend profs "Ms. Faust" combines several forces continued from page 1 Oregon where he earned his master of fine arts degree. "Ms. Faust" is only his most recent published work in a long list of others. He has written over 50 short stories as well as plays and articles for literary publications and commercial magazines such as Playboy. As to future projects Dubbs says he plans on another novel that deals with parapsychology in Russian-United States political intrique. He also plans on further exploring the formula " of combining a current social issue with the occult. Chris Dubbs, English prof and author of "Ms. Faust"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 February 1986

Police & Safety implement operation identification by Todd Alien Division of Police and Safety Operation Identification is a project run by the Pennsylvania Crime Watch Program designed to help prevent theft. This article will discuss the project and how it may be used.by students, faculty and staff here" at Behrend. Valuables are engraved with the owner's drivers license number The familiar Admissions Building will now be known as the _Glenhilis Farmhouse. ' ' ~~ ~ (and state abbreviation) and an Operation Identification warning sticker is put on one of the exterior doors of the premises to warn potential thieves away. Theft prevention is the ultimate goal of the project, as hopefully the thief will be discouraged from stealing valuables that can be traced easily. Anything of value should be engraved such as bikes cameras, clocks, computers, tools, stereos, T.V.'s, calculators, typewriters and the like. Engrave the valuables on the bottom or back, so as to not d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 February 1986

Phase II underway Apartment complex expands with Phase II by Chip Susol Collegian Staff Writer Phase II of the Behrend apartment complex is under way. The Pennsylvania State University Board of Trustees approved the construction of a second apartment complex. Apre-bid meeting is slated.for early March and results of the bidding will be announced roughly two weeks later. The ground breaking date has been proposed for May with a completion goal set for the end of this summer. The new apartment complex wilJ be located southwest of the already existent complex. The exact location is pending until further land surveying is com¬ pleted. The structures will be constructed according to the orginal architectural plans used for the first complex. The naming of the structures has not been finalized but they will serve to tie in with local history. The new apartments, like the first complex, will be self-funding through student rent. No funds from the Capital Campaign will be used. Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 February 1986

New building names continued from page 1 Behrend, often" referred to by other commonwealth campuses as the "country club" for its attractive grounds, is rich in local history. . The original Behrend Estate was built for Ernst Behrend and his wife Mary. Ernst and _brother Otto, co-founded the Hammermill Paper Company.' The estate was first used by the Behrends as as farm and country house but soon after the tragic death of their son, it became their permanent home. _ The Behrends led a life of splendor, entertaining such guests as Lowell Thomas, perhaps by their spring-fed swimming pool (a first in this area.).Bruno, the family dog was even shipped to Germany to have his portrait painted, the finished work can be viewed in the lobby to the Memorial Room in the Glenhill Farm House (Administratin Building.) "We are going to retain, in our master plan, this part of Behrend as. the historical core," said Director of Development and University Relations, Susan Black-Keim. "As Behrend em...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 6 February 1986

New room reservation policy for clubs and organizations Attention club officers. A new room reservation policy is now in effect. To reserve a room for meetings, parties and lectures, officers must fill out the new form completely at least one week in advance and return the form to Student Affairs in order to confirm reservations for all areas on campus. . . Several signatures are necessary for your room reservation to be approved. . - Stop in Student Affairs to obtain forms and for any questions.

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