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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 February 1989

A LAST STRAW Fresh flowers for all your floral needs. Behrend students - 10% discount Letters To The Editor - The Collegian invites letters to the editor. Letters should be typed, brief and signed by no more than two people. Letters may deal with a topic of general interest or with the Collegian's editorial content.

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 February 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 February 1989

Are People Really Good at Heart? by Darrell J. White Collegian Staff Writer "I believe that people are really good at heart." —Anne Frank ' It's weird. Just before every catastrophe of my teenage life I would see that sentence, like a bad omen. On a high school morning, I would read that quote in a textbook. I would come home that day with the feeling that .my peers were cruel, unfeeling, uncaring people. Often, I would feel recyclable. They would find me, humiliate or make sport of me in some way (it's amazing how creative my peers could be). They would toss me aside for the day, and then reuse me, making sure that I'd seen that stupid quote first, so I wouldn't be breaking tradition. It got to be so bad that one day I came home and asked my mother, "Mom, could it be that Anne Frank-the Anne Frank-was possibly putting me on?" Then I would go to school the next day, make sure I read nothing concerning Jews (or even World War II) and feel fine, on top of the world. Recently...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 February 1989

KrynOCk....contd. from P. 8 in Tempus, and a copy of Dunes. The awards will be formally presented at convocation ceremonies in the late spring. Also, all submissions are automatically considered for publication in Tempus. - - ;Each : poet.-is encouraged to submit no more than three poems for consideration. Poets submitting entries must be a Behrend student at the time of submission or must have been enrolled during the regular academic semester previous to the deadline. This allows students transferring to University Park or graduating to remain eligible. Each year the contest will be judged by evaluators with the appropriate qualifications. This year's award was judged by Maxine Kumin. Kumin won the Pulitzer Prize in 1973 and is the author of four novels, eight volumes of poetry, a collection of essays and a short story collection. Her most recent book is In Deep a collection of essays. Kumin selected 3 winners based on submission of 3 poems each. Kumin also mentioned that "a...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 February 1989

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 February 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 February 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 February 1989

Lady Lions 6-13 by John Musser Collegian Staff Writer The Lady Knights of Gannon made their last visit to The Pit' a long night for the Lady Lions, as they ran away with a 99-54 victory. The Lady Lions rebounded on the road by dismantling Elmira College 65-46 and then crushed Brockport 81-42. On Wednesday night, Gannon used their full court pressure defense to disrupt the Lady Lions offense. Unable to get on track, Behrend committed 32 turnovers in the game. The Lady Lions stayed close in the early goings of the game, and even managed to have a twopoint lead four minutes into the game. The lead was to be the last one for the Lady Lions, as Gannon took control of the game by converting Behrend turnovers into easy buckets. Gannon ran off to the locker room at the half with a comfortable 56-24 lead. The fortunes of the Lady Lions were not much better in the second half, as the Lady Knights continued to build up their lead. The Lady Lions, despite the large deficit, continued to...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 February 1989

Sports The Cavs The'Team of the 90 r s Arrives a Year Early by Michael A- Cifelti Collegian Staff Writer when the LA Laker's Magic Johnson _declared in Sports Illustrated last year that the Cleveland Cavaliers, "are fee team of the 90_'s," many probably thought that Johnson had ted one too many fast breaks. If anyone predicted that Cleveland would own the NBA's best record at the All-Star break , they were most likely laughed at. The fact is that the upstart Cavaliers under Coach Lenny Wilkens own the NBA's best record of (get ready-) 34-10, to lead the preseason favorite Detroit Pistons and the rest of the rough - and - tumble Central Division. The Cavs have traditionally been a cellar-dweller up until last season -when they finished 42-40 and earned a spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs. The "Cadavers" of years past suffered through miserable seasons during the days of stars Tike World B. Free, Roy Hinson, Campy Russell and Mike MitchelL At this point, attendance a...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 February 1989

Lions Snap Losing Streak by Todd J. Irwin Collegian Staff Writer The Lion cagers dropped their fourth consecutive game this past week in the midst of a flu epidemic. Monday., Jan. 30, saw the Lions travel to Houghton where their record fell to 11-8 with a 84-71 defeat in what was probably the low point of the season. "We were pretty sick," said Coach Zimmerman, "More players were unable to play than were able to." In addition, the Lions haven't played well on the road. "We don't get as pumped up as we do at home," said guard Randy Baughman. The Lions took to the road again, on Saturday, and lost their fourth straight against a veteran Elmira team, 86-79. The Lions had problems against Elmira_'s big inside men. "We played well, but we always have problems against the bigger teams," said Zimmerman. In the end, the Lions lost and their record fell to 11-9. As if the Lions didn't have enough problems with illness, they have also been hampered by injuries to key players as of l...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 February 1989

SADD Takes On Drugs CPS The group that raised a nationwide student voice against drunk driving announced a new effort January 23 and a new target: steroid and other illegal drug use by student athletes and their young fans. Robert Anastas, founder of the four million-member Students Against Driving Drunk (SADD) figures he can duplicate his success. "We can reverse peer pressure and snake it positive rather than negative," he maintained in announcing his program. "Student athletes are natural leaders and trendsetters in our high schools and universities. When they stumble, everyone falls, said Anastas, who recalled deciding to mount an anti-drug crusa-._ic among athletes after New York Giants' linebacker Lawrence Taykr was disciplined for failing a drug test and Canadian Olyrpian Ben Johnson lost his gok: medal last summer after testing positive for steroid use. "He was the greatest commercial for steroids, but it's shattered the work ethic that coaches try to instill in boys...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 8 February 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

Activist Julian Bond to Speak Here Tonight Tonight, activist Julian Bond will predict America's social, moral and political future when he appears at 8 pm in Reed 117. Bond's topic will be "Policy Issues Influencing America...A View to the 1990_'s." Bond's lecture, part of the college's "Black Americans: Eclipse of American Culture" series, is free and open to the public. For more than 25 years, Bond has been dedicated to the movements for civil rights, economic justice, and peace. An aggressive spokesman for the disinherited, he is a veteran of more than 20 years of service in the Georgia General Assembly .and has been on the cutting edge of social change ever since he was a college student leading sitin demonstrations in 1960. Bond was born in Nashville, Tennesee in 1940. After moving to Pennsylvania with his family in 1945 and graduating from the George School, a co-educational Quaker School in Bucks County in 1957, he entered Morehouse College in Atlanta, Ga. It was duri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

TKE Rolls out Barrel for Charity by Maria Plaza Collegian News Editor Tau Kappa Epsilon rolled out the barrel for the benefit of the Erie Food Bank last Friday and Saturday. Members of the fraternity raised about $6,000 for the Erie Food Bank by rolling a modified beer keg 100 miles in about 18 hours. "We're really proud of it," said TKE vice president Eric Feldman. "It was a good experience to do something for people .... and we hope it brought some good PR for the Greek system here." Every member of the fraternity participated in the trek that visited such remote parts of Erie County as Albion, Union City, and the Ohio state line. The rollers were given a police escort through dwntown Erie. The bad weather and the cold caused some problems, but Feldman said that "we stuck it out ... it went pretty smoothly." This is the first time Behrend_'s TKE chapter has had a barrel roll, but they hope it will become an annual event. Inspiration came from a coast-tocoast roll held by t...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

A Natural High by Larisa Lukovics Collegian Staff Writer On Thursday, Feb. 9, health center nurse Mary Ann Weiner presented a program on getting high naturally. The program was part of National Collegiate Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week. There are six ways to experience the sensation of getting high without the aid of harmful substances, according to Weiner. She defines those as physical, intellectual, vocational, social communication, emotional, and spiritual highs. Through a "physical high," one can experience a high through extensive activity such as running, walking, and sometimes even sex. Most people in society block oat their physical needs such as sleeping and eating. Weiner feels it is necessary to attain a physical high in order to get back in contact with these physical needs. She explained that an "intellectual high" consists of successfully solving a problem or finally understanding a concept. Teachers are able to enjoy this high as well as students through thei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

On the Road to an Education A Collegian series looking at Behrend academics, the high and the low points _> on the road to an education. Coming Next Week _Collegian Staff Writer Bill Warner takes aj look at scheduling and %cw it effects ¦ ¦ ¦ • ¦ ¦_4$*iid_*iifs v/r • _• '• -' .- . ¦ ' .-.. ' . ' .• ' ¦ •• ¦ - _, '"' :. ' ¦ . ' , _, . _- ' " ¦" -,,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

Thefts in Erie Hall by Laura A Weaver Collegian Staff Writer In the past week Behrend's Erie Hall has been the target of several thefts. On February 8, two crimes were reported to Police and Safety officials. The theft of a wallet apparently took place last Friday In addition to the wallet, a $150 leather coat was taken from an unlocked locker. Officer Douglas of Police and Safety says student cooperation is needed to stop the thefts in Erie Hall. Another theft was reported on February 8. A locker in the Reed building was broken into and two textbooks were lifted. _. Several accidents have taken place here as a result of winter weather. Students are reminded to use caution when coming on to or leaving campus.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

Inside Magazines Banned p. 2 Love Rob p. 3 Reviews P. 4 David Naster P. 7 Mark Owens P. 10 Mario Lemieux p. n ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

Tumhlin Down COMMERCE BUILDING COMING DOWN - The demolition of Erie's Commerce Building, located at the corner of State and Twelfth Streets, has been the subject of much attention for the past several months. The demolition is proceeding slowly, giving curiosity seekers and photographers ample opportunity to view the destruction. Photo by Rob Prindle

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