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

Behrend Briefs | News Freshmen The Alpha Eta Chapter of Lambda Sigma at Behrend is beginning its selection process for membership in next year's society. Membership is limited to the most select members of the freshman class. Students must meet academic criteria determined by the organization, be a full-time student, have leadership capabilities, and must have had previous involvement in extracurricular activities both in and out of school. For more information, contact M.C. Restifo at 898-6693, Dr. Carolyn Spies at 898-6206, or Mrs. Cathy Mester at 898-6207. Quality Sciences Scholarships The American Society for Quality Control, Energy division, has two scholarships available. Students pursuing a career in the Quality Sciences, statistics, quality planning and management, etc. should apply. More information is available in the Financial Aid Office, 221 Glenhill. The deadline is April 30,1989. ABWA Scholarship The Presque Isle Chapter of American Businesswomen's Association ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

Bookstores Ban Adult Magazines CPS A four-day sit-in convinced St. Cloud State University officials to stop selling Penthouse, Playboy and Playgirl magazines at the campus bookstore. Students and faculty members voted to ban the sale the last week of January as members of two groups—the Women's Equality Group and Women for Social Justice—protested for four days at the campus student center's newsstand, calling the magazines degrading to.women. Similarly, the newsstand at Michigan Tech's Memorial Union stopped selling the magazines, after renovations on the building were finished last fall. The University Co-op at the University of Texas, however, resumed selling the sex magazines in September after the co-op, fearing children and teenagers who attended various camps on campus during the summer might see the publications, voted to ban them in June. - Moreover, only 14 people showed up at an October hearing to decide to stop selling the magazines at the University of Minneso...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

The Collegian Published weekly by the students of Behrend College, Erie Pa 16563 (814) 898-6221 Member of College Press Service Editor....James Martin Assistant Editor....Richard Cain News Editor....Maria Plaza « Feature Editor....Rob Prindle Entertainment Editors....Nan Quatchak and Vail Weller Photo Editor.... Marybeth Zawistoski Office Manager....Tracy Starr Business Manager....Stan Lefes Computer Consultant....Tom Wilkinson Advisor....Nancy McGartland The Collegian is a student-edited newspaper

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

A Natural High fro mpage i of work one does feels like playing and not work at all. The person works for self fulfillment and not for the money. A "social communication high" is achieved _througli personal communication and connection between two people. In this instance one picks up on another's excitement and energy. Social communication is an extremely powerful high, tied closely with an emotional high. An "emotional high" can be associated with the excitement of falling in love and finding someone to really communicate with and share ourselves, explained Weiner. There are also negative emotions where there is a physical release of anger. The high in a negative emotion is found afterwards with the sensation of being fully relaxed. Finally, a spiritual high is not necessarily religious. It is the sense of universal energy we tap into to locate the spirit inside of us. It is also the process of going inside of oneself and feeling the actual core of who we are. The spiritual...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

Bond from Page 1 weekend in 1960. Shortly afterwards, he became the SNCC's communications director. Bond left Morehouse one semester short of graduation in 1961 to join the staff of a new weekly newspaper, "The Atlanta Inquirer." He later became the paper's managing editor. Bond returned to Morehouse in 1971 and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in English. Bond was first elected in 1965 to a one-year term in the Georgia House of Representatives in an election following a court-ordered re-apportionment of the legislature. But members of the House voted not to seat him because of his outspoken opposition to the Vietnam War. - Bond went on to win a second election in 1966, and again the Georgia House voted to bar him from membership. -He won a third election, this time for a two-year term, in November 1966, and in December, the United States Supreme Court ruled unanimously that the Georgia House had violated Bond's rights in refusing him his seat. He was elected to the ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

LOVE ROB Butch Goes to Big Boy by Rob Prindle My friend Butch is not a particularly subtle fellow even under the best of circumstances. You' can imagine what he is like when he gets a few beers, or maybe a little rum into his system. He loses all inhibition and says exactly what he thinks. This past Saturday, Butch was in prime form after two pitchers of Gennesse. "Waitresses suck" screamed Butch. "They're the scum of the Earth. In fact the only people who bother me more than waitresses are the people on the Cosby show. I hate those Huxstables. The parents are superiorist skinhead fascists who enjoy watching their children fail. That may explain why their kids are all neurotic brats who drop out of school. And am I asking to much to expect a plot? Did you see it yesterday, the whole story was about Rudy wanting to wear her summer dress in the fall. Talk about intricate." "Oh yeah, waitresses, " Butch yelped. "I hate those bloodsucking wenches." Butch was obviously rambling...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

Opinion Letters to the Editor Childcare at Issue Dear editor, I'm an adult student here at Behrend College. Lenjoy learning here and I am sure I will become a great asset to the community when I graduate. I am also sure that there would be a lot more adult students if certain services were provided. I am a single parent and have a major concern when I have to attend classes that don't coincide with my child's school hours. Everything, for me, is "covered" for this semester. So I almost said to myself, "I don't need to do anything about this, it's not my problem." Then I thought, "It was my problem." I have three more years before I graduate. It could be my problem anytime before then. More importantly, other people do have that problem. Not just single parents, but also parents who both work. Whether we'd like to admit it or not, when someone else has a problem, its our problem too. If I can't continue in college, I may have to go on welfare. So, when you graduate, you will ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

- Editorial Policy The Behrend Collegian's editorial opinion is determined by the editor, with the editor holding final responsibility. Opinions expressed in the Collegian are not necessarily those of the Behrend Collegian or the Pennsylvania State University. Letter Policy: The Behrend Collegian encourages letters on news coverage, editorial content and university affairs. Letters should be typewritten, double-spaced and signed by no more than two persons. Letters should be no longer than 400 words. Letters should include the semester and major of the writer. All letters should provide the address and phone number of the writer for verification of the letter. The Collegian reserves the right to edit letters for length and to reject letters if they are libelous or do not conform to standards of good taste. Postal Information: The Behrend Collegian (898-6221) is published weekly by the students of the Behrend College; The Reed Union Building, Station Road, Erie, Pa 16563.

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

Defends Press Freedom Dear editor, After reading the letters about Love Rob's column on abortion, I felt compelled to write. First, I think many people do not understand the function of a newspaper's Op-Ed page. It is to air opinions and editorials of the paper's, staff and writers. Rob Prindle was performing that function admirably when he wrote his column stating his views on abortion. The paper's readers are free to agree or to disagree with his views. What they should not be doing is attacking him personally for fulfilling his function as ah opinion column writer; Opinion Thanks for your letter. We appreciate hearing positive things about the Opinion Page, or for that matter, anything in the paper. But rest assured that while we don't _always agree with Rob, we have no intentions of asking him to avoid controversy or sensitive topics. —Ed. columns are meant to stimulate discussion and debate, as this one obviously has done. To personally attack the writer for airing an...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

Entertainment Withering Roses? by Robb Frederick Collegian Staff Writer Nineteen-eighty-eight w_^s a profitable year for Guns _Tjl Roses. Capitalizing on the\ strength of songs like "Welcome to the Jungle" and "Sweet Child O' Mine," the band's LP "Appetite For Destruction" enjoyed heavy rotation on AOR stations across the nation. As an opening act for Aerosmith's latest tour, the group eclipsed their headliners. "Sweet Child O' Mine" was chosen as MTV's top video for 1988, and the music channel also awarded the group the honors of being the best new band. As one summarizes the recent accomplishments of Guns 'N Roses, the primary question that arises concerns the band's hope for longevity. Guns 'N Roses' latest release, "Lies", helps to answer this question. The first half of G'NR "Lies" transports listeners back to 1986, when Guns 'N Roses released their first EP, "Live Like a Suicide." These songs clearly illustrate the band's improvements over the past two years. The four ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

Talk Radio by Darrell J. White Collegian Staff Writer **• Talk Radio Directed by Oliver Stone. Starring Eric Bogosian. Rated R for profanity, mature situations. Oliver Stone's Talk Radio attempts to do what Stone's past films have done: explore the deepest realms of human nature, good and evil. Disappointingly, the same cinematic magic that turned Platoon into a harrowing experience of dehumanization and Wall Street into a Shakespearian morality play is relatively absent in Stone's latest work. Yet Talk Radio is worth seeing for the lead performance alone, that of radio talk show host Barry Champlain by newcomer Eric Bogosian. Oliver Stone will win no awards for directing this film. His work is no more than adequate; this may be because he is working with an adaptation and wishes to remain faithful to the original. (Talk Radio is also a play written by Eric Bogosian, which, in turn, was adapted from the book. Talked to Death: the Life and Murder of Alan Berg by Stephen Singu...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

Geeks Gone Guitar John Flansburg. Their mam sound comes from the mixing of guitar and accordion - all of those lessons as a kid didn't go to waste, I guess. Over these two sounds they mix complex melodies. As silly as the two men are, they take their musicmaking process very seriously. The backing of accordion, guitar, trumpet, sax, and hand clapping all have been meticulously recorded. Their lyrics however are totally off the wall. Songs like "Cowtown", "Shoehorn With Teeth", and "Purple Toupee" are the mainstream of TMBG. TMBG are time travelers. They are from the past and the future. Sometimes they sound as if they played during the "Big Band" era, but their thoughts are of the future. by A. Thomas Mamaux Collegian Staff Writer During the semester break, I lucked out and came across some cash during Christmas. Santa was unknowingly fueling the record sales of They Might Be Giants, because I bought their new album, "Lincoln". They Might Be Giants (TMBG) first appeared on t...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

Black Actors at the Oscars Part three in a series by Daryl Davidson Collegian Staff Writer Around this time of the year, much attention is given to famous blacks and to the Academy Awards, or Oscars. -To date, only 23 black actors have made the Oscar scene, although there have been hundreds and hundreds of nominations for acting roles. Of these blacks, only three received Oscars before the 1970s: Hattie McDaniel, for "Gone with the Wind"; James Baskette, for "Song of the South"; and Sidney _Poitier, for "Lillies of the Field." Although there were only five black actors nominated in the 70s, all the bids were for leading roles. In 1971, James Earl Jones was up for Best Actor, thanks to "The Great White Hope." In the film, Jones played Jack Jefferson, a boxing champion. He was no stranger to the role: he had already won a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for his Broadway performance in the Pulitzer Prize-winning play on which the-film is based. Jefferson was modeled on co...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

' The Weekly Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 1 Deadly 6 Thick slices 11 Coalition 13 Steadfast 14 Either 15 Eccentric 17 Either 18 Ventilate 20 Ardent 21 Drinking vessel 22 Light meals 24 Diocese 25 Workbench device 26 Drinks slowly 28 Fairy 30 Approach , 32 Chimney carbon 33 Smaller 35 Disclosed 37 Fat around kidneys 38 Pedal digit 40 Supercilious person 42 Sin 43 Falsifiers 45 The sun 46 Teutonic deity 47 Colorful birds 49 Behold! 50 Rescind 52 Kind of poem 54 Declare 55 Aches DOWN 1 Raft . 2 Eagles' nests 3 Symbol for tantalum 4 Mature . 5 Entice 6 Mix 7 100,000 rupees 8 Hebrew month 9 Waist 10 Kind off abac 12 Pitching stats.. 13 Soaks 16 Grows old 19 More showery 21 Fingerless gloves - 23 Exhausted 25 Musical instruments 27 Capuchin monkey 29 Take unlawfully 31 Retreat . 33 Gunner's* compartment 34 Bellow 36 Made of wool 37 Prophets 39 God of love 41 Blemishes 43 Body of water 44 Halt 47 Vessel 48 Nahoor sheep 51 A state: abbr. 53 Symbol for nickel

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

New Order: Dance by David Friend . Collegian. Staff Writer Technopop that has a danceable beat has become a mainstay of today's pop chart. So why hasn't new Order become a very big band? I don't have a clue. This group practically invented the technopop genre. They started out as Joy Division in the late 70's. After the suicide of their lead singer, they changed their name to New Order in 1981. And after eight years , they still remain the best and most innovative with technopop. The first single from the album, and the initial track, is a testament to that ability. "Fine time," "with the use of synthesizers and a sequencer, binds a seductive web around the listener that is hard to escape. No other group can do what New Order does with its music. Another impressive aspect of New Order is their sheer musicianship. On initial listening, this is difficult to really pick up on. But upon further reflection of a song, such small perfections are clearly evident. Just listen to "Run...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

Movie's Success No Accident by David Friend Collegian Staff Writer Lawrence Kasden has directed many good films. Included in his impressive volume of works are such classics as "Silverado" and "The Big Chill." Now, add "The Accidental Tourist" to that list. Filmed on location in Baltimore, MD and Paris, France, "The Accidental Tourist" is a sheer delight to watch. The richest and most rewarding parts of the movie come from the characters and from the performances of those involved. The central and pivotal character in the.mo vie is Macon, portrayed by William Hurt. Macon is an introverted travel guide writer. His work always points to ways of traveling to distant points of ihe globe, yet to remain at home doing it. As the movie opens, Macon and his wife (played by Kathleen Turner) are still trying to cope with a loss. A year earlier, a man shot their son while holding up a fast food restaurant. As evidenced by flashbacks, Macon had never fully recovered, while all the while ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

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

Publication Title: Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

Soap Opera Update by Julie Tibolla Collegian Staff Writer Another World The stranger who's been following Felicia showed up at Lisa's doorstep. He broke in and Lisa started screaming until Matthew came and scared him away. Lisa hugged Matt and they started kissing until they were interrupted by Josie. Josie told Lisa that she was na better than Vicki. Lisa told Matt that it would never happen again and told him to go and chase Josie. John asked Charlene to make love to him. As they were in hes bedroom, Charlene started touching him. He started to remember his relationship with a Vietnamese woman. John became confused as to why whenever he made a move with Charlene he slipped into his subconscious. Josie stopped by Iris' to drop off some papers. Josie told Iris that Matthew was in love with someone else. Iris said she understood exactly how she felt, and said that she should fight for Matthew. Later Iris said she's teach Josie how to be a classy lady on one condition, she cou...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 February 1989

Spring Comedy Series SPC Presents David Naster by Tainara Lee Alles for the Collegian 'My name is Indigo Montoya, you killed my father, prepare to die." With microphone stand in hand and a grimace on face, this line got David Naster one of the biggest laughs of ca *-_* O U < > s -a X> o o o. David Naster Saturday night's performance. With drum solos and interplay with the audience, Naster took the crowded Wintergreen Cafe by storm, leaving the audience laughing. Naster started the night off getting to know the audience, including Mike "Puke" Dortenzo and Eric "Gup" Gustafson. He then moved into his routine which was often interrupted by the enthusiastic crowd. Naster reacted to these disturbances with great ease, using quick comebacks and style to "one up" the audience every time. At one point in the evening he invited John Bondanella onto the stage to try his hand at being a comedian. After John had completed tasks such as motorcycle riding and ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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