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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 February 1986

_.feature 9 Is humidity getting you all steamed up? Health Center—Is your hair dryer than usual? Is your skin starting to flake? Is your throat dry in the morning? You may be able to solve these little problems by increasing the humidity in your room, home, or apartment. Humidity is the amount of moisture in the atmosphere. We normally think of humidity as being uncomfortable, especially in the summer months when it is apt to reach ninety-five percent However, during the winter months, we should keep the humidity level up to at least fifty percent. Here are some helpful hints to add humidity to your home: place pans of water in front of or on heating ducts, keep furnace filters clean, and keep your heat down to sixty degrees. Nosebleeds are very common in winter months due to the decrease in humidity. Creating pressure on the lower third of your nose with your thumb and forefinger can help to stop a nosebleed. Keep the pressure on (gently, not enough to cause pain) for abo...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 February 1986

DonCIld KQuI- continued from page 6 ferent flavors, but they all taste the same, like a slightly acidic mush. Veal Parmesan, -Glazed Chicken, Fish Divan, you can't remember what you're eating unless you take the picture on the package and prop it up in front of you — which I did. On the other hand, there is no reason to want to remember what you're eating. "Why does it have to taste so awful?" I asked. "Because it's a diet food," said my wife. "The whole point of a diet is not to enjoy your food, it's to stop eating it." "Oh," I said. Then I ran across an article on health eating in a news magazine. It quoted a lot of experts on the subject of which foods are good for you. Some of them thought you should eat this but not that, others the opposite. Except for Julia Child. It was Julia Child who started me on the road to ruin, truth be known. It was she who introduced nay wife and me to gourmet cooking (and eating) through her television show and cookbooks in the '60s. Before th...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 February 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 February 1986

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 February 1986

Erie Metropolitan Sports Hall of Fame headed for a change The Erie Metropolitan Sports Hall of Fame is conducting a "rejuvination" campaign during the months of March and April. To "kick ofP' this effort, an informal prospective new membewr get-together is slated for February 23_at Hector's Restaurant located at 18th and Liberty. Founded in 1963, the Erie Chapter is a non-profit organization created to perpetuate the memory of former athletes who have brought lasting fame and recognition to the greater Erie area through their athletic achievements. "The Erie Sports Hall of Fame endeavors to recognize local championship teams, coaches, officials, and in¬ dividuals who have focused distinction on our Erie area because of their contributions to sports," said Norm Beecher_, New Membership Chairman. The local chapter has several goals for 1986. "We look to revitalize, reactivate and, therefore, 'rejuvinate' the organization by increasing its membership," said Jim Martin, Chapter ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 February 1986

by Joe Magnu Collegian Staff Writer With two home contests remaining, the Lady Cubs coached by Karin Sobotta, hope to finish their 1985-86 basketball season on a strong note. Since the last issue, Behrend has dropped three hard fought contests. Carlow College handed the Lady Cubs a 49-68 non-league setback and Westminster got by the lady cagers 53-62 in a Keystone Conference game. The Gannon Lady Knights delt a stubborn Behrend a 42-52 defeat in the teams' second meeting (Gannon also won the first game 88-30) at Lady cagers fall short of late the Hammermill Center. Junior Sue Holmes continues to lead the team in scoring and rebounding. The 5'9" center averages 13.3 points per game and 10 rebounds per game. She is followed by Paula Skaggs with 10 ppg. Guard Toni Lumley is contributing five assists per outing while averaging 11 ppg. Friday, Behrend plays host to the Lady Warriors of Daemen College at 6 p.m. and on Tuesday the Ladies entertain Mercyhurst, also at 6 p.m. Earlier t...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 February 1986

Jumpball marks opening of Cub's contest against Westminster on February 10 Cubs enjoy limited success by Andy Seneta Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend Cubs snapped a five game losing, streak by outlasting the Pitt-Bradford Panthers February 12 at Bradford 80-78. Behrend owned a narrow 45-44 lead at halftime and followed that up with clutch free throws down the stretch to earn the win. Jon Meanor hit two free throws and Gary Manuel hit one late in the game to nail down the fifth win on the season for the Cubs. Ed Robinson had the hot hand for the Panthers by scoring 32 points. Teammates Ted Dear and Dave Crozier helped the cause with 16 and 11 points respectively. Paul Cwalina led Behrend scorers with 23 points. Randy Gorniak and Mike Siggins each hit for 16 points, while Rich In - had 10 points. Earlier in the month the Cubs stumbled twice to their opponents. The Behrend men lost on the road against Daemen College 54-49. The loss put the Cubs record at 4-17 on the year ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 February 1986

Cub's Scoreboard Saturday, February 1 Men ELMIRA COLLEGE - (79) PENN STATE-BEHREND-(68)-Manuel 5-6-16, Weed 1-2-4, Browr DNP, Meanor 1-2-4, Webb DNP, Cwalina 3-0-6, Siggins 1-0-2, Irr 2-3-7. Leftwich DNP, R. Gorniak 5-2-12, Sargent 0-0-0, Green 1-0-2, G. Gorniak 8-1-17, Beaver DNP. Wednesday, February 5 Men FROSTBURG-(71) PENN STATE-BEHREND-(64)-Manuel 5-0-10, Weed 1-0-2, Brown 0-0-0, Meanor 1-0-2, Webb DNP, Cwalina 1-0-2, Siggins 7-6-20, Irr 2-0-4, Leftwich DNP, R. Gorniak 6-3-15, Sargent 0-3-3, Green 3-0-6, G. Gorniak DNP, Beaver DNP. Saturday, February 8 Men DAEMEN-(54) PENN STATE-BEHREND-(49)-Manuel 3-1-7, Weed 1-2-4, Brown 0-0-0, Meanor 0-0-0, Webb DNP, Cwalina 4-0-8, Siggins 6-4-16, Irr 0-0-0, Leftwich 1-0-2, R. Gorniak 6-0-12, Sargent 0-0-0, Green 0-0-0, G. Gorniak DNP, Beaver DNP. Wednesday, February 12 Men PITT-BRADFORD-(78) PENN STATE-BEHREND-(80)-Manuel 1-2-4, Wed 0-1-1, Brown 1-0-2, Meanor 2-2-6, Webb DNP, Cwalina 10-3-23, Siggins 6-4-16, Irr 4-2-10, Leftwich 0-0-0, R....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 February 1986

Commentary Mixing sports and drugs by T. McGee Collegian Staff Writer Now that the "Drugs ir Sports" furor has been dormanl for a couple of weeks, perhaps it's a good time to take a look at what all the fuss is about. The basic gripe seems to be thai a growing number of atheletes from the baseball, basketball and, most recently, the football ranks are using illicit drugs on and off their various playing surfaces. I can understand the fact that these people are breaking the law and should be stopped and punished. What I can't understand is the media's need to hype every sportrelated drug incident to the limit. One of the medias' (and other grumblers) major complaints is that sports figures are the idols of children, and that their drug use promotes negative values. Then why publicize the fact? Do little Bobby and Sissy. really need to know that Johnny Superstar is also a coke freak? I think not. They don't hear about it when Bill the car salesman gets busted, do they? No. B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 February 1986

OUR SCHOLARSHIP HELPS YOU BEGIN YOUR CAREER AS A LEADING ENGINEER. An _engineering degree will take you far in today ' s high-tech Amjy. And with an Army ROTC .scholarship_, earning that degree can be both less expensive and more valuable. The scholarship not only pays your entire tuition_, regardless of rhe amount, but also required fees, an amount tor books and _supplies, and up to $ 1.000 each school year tor living expenses. It 's an excellent ._vrhnlarship. And it gets you .1 lot more than an engineering degree. Along with your regular courses, you'll take ArmfROTC classes and learn about motivating people, analyzing -.ituanons. making confident_, informed decisions, and reaching defined goaK In short. you'll learn leadership and management skills that can ' t help but enhance your opportunities in the future. And you'll pur your skills to work right away_, because you ' re commissioned in the Army as a second lieutenant when you graduate. If you' d like an education...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 February 1986

Men s tennis warms up by Greg Rathbun Collegian Staff Writer Practices for the Behrend Men's Tennis Team are in full swing as the squad began working out at Pennbriar Raquet Club February 17 in anticipation of their April 1 opener at home against Grove City. Second-year Coach Doug Walbridgeis hopeful that the 1986 season will be more successful as three players return from last year's squad: Mike McMullen, Tim Lee, and Rob Roth. There are also several promising freshman and sophomores who could add the much to the Cub's attack. The schedule is also looking more favorable this year as the men play six matches at home with only one long road trip occurring April 10 against Geneva. One thing's for certain, the coming of tennis signals that spring cannot be far away.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

School of Business announced University Relations-Penn State-Behrend has announced that it is establishing a School of Business, effective July 1. "Behrend's new School of Business will bring to Erie a core of outstanding faculty who will greatly enhance the business and academic environment of the region," said Dr. John Lilley, Behrend provost and dean, in announcing the School of Business. "The Penn State-Behrend School of Business is an outgrowth of Behrend's expanding commitment to research and graduate studies. It is both a recognition of what Behrend has become and a preparation for what we shall become." Included in the Schoolof Business will be the Penn State MBA program at Behrend, along with the undergraduate majors in accounting, business and behavioral sciences, business economics, economics, general business, management and management information systems. This organizational change has received the approval of the Uniersity Senate Council and the office of the Pre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

SGA amends constitution The Student Senate approved several amendments to the Student Government Association Constitution at its March 12 meeting. The major points approved by the SGA were changes in the process of amending theSGA Constitution and establishing an inter-semester spending authority. Currently there is a four week process for amending the SGA Constitution. The amendment provides that any changes to the Constitution be read at three consecutive SGA meetings. The proposed amendment will be available for review before the Student Senate takes action after the third reading. A two-thirds majority of the Student Senate is required for the amendment to take effect. A petition signed by 10 percent of the full-time students may be filed to require any proposed amendment to go to a referendum. This percentage was lowered from 15 percent. The petition would have to be filed before the Student Senate took final action. A second amendment allows the president and vice-presid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

PSU begins search for visual logo to attract national recognition soon become a thing of the past as the University begins procedures to find a logo that people will immediately identify with the University. The University has hired Downey, Weeks & Toomey, a New York City marketing communications and design consulting firm, to come up with a "visual identity system" for Penn State that will provide a consistent and compelling look, said Roger Williams, interim executive director of University Relations. But the University's graphic design department is questioning why its services were not used for by Doreen Cronin Weekly Collegian Staff Writer University Park, PA-Penn State's current lion head logo may the project. The New York firm, is now conducting interviews of about IOC people, both inside and outside the University, in order to learn what kind of perceptions people have about Penn State and to give the University a "definition," Williams said. After this res...

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