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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

Stasenko Nets A Thousand by Darlene Kasbee Collegian Staff Writer Senior basketball star, Mind) Stasenko, made Behrend College history by breaking the 1 _. 00C point career mark, in a 59-55 Lady Cubs victory over Westminster. Mindy lagged 13 points behind her record, going into the Westminter game. "I knew it was in reach," Mindy said, "I felt if I played my usual type of game, it would happen by itself." Mindy averages 17 points per game. "The entire game was anxious," Coach Karin Sobotta said In the first half, Mindy scored four points; in the second half, she broke her record. "She knew the exact basket she did it in," Sobotta said, "Mindy smiled and her teammates gave her the high five." "I was 'doubly' happy," Mindy said, "I not only broke the record, my parents were there to see it happen." This is Mindy's fourth season as a lady cub. However, this marks her 11th season of playing organized ball. Mindy attributes her success to her fellow team- Missy Stasenko Women's...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

Volleyball Team to Hold Fundraiser by Paula Mans Collegian Staff Writer The Women's Varsity Volleyball Team and the Men's Club Volleyball Team will keep up the momentum for five hours in this years "Volleyball-a-thon". Players will spike/ lunge, serve, bump and set from 10 p.m. until 3 a.m. on Feb. 21. Jan Wilson, women's volleyball coach set the monetary goal for the volleyball-a-thon at $1,500. She plans to put the funds toward a new volleyball net system. "Our present net system is five to # six years old and it actually fell down during one of our competitive matches,?' Wilson said. "We feel that it's time to take care of this problem," she added. Players involved have sponsor sheets on which anyone can make a pledge by the hour or simply pledge a total amount. "So far, the students' response has been great. We already have $400 from sponsors," Wilson said. "Any pledge at all would be beneficial and we appreciate the sponsors help in attaining our goal," added Wilson. St...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

Spring Intramurals Begin by Greg Rathbnn CoUegian Staff Writer The spring intramural season has already begun at Behrend Spring sports include five-player basketball (already started), swimming, co-ed volleyball, volleyball, wrestling, badminton, ultimate frisbee, tennis and fast pitch Softball. Entry forms can be picked up at the RUB desk, the Office of Student Affairs or from any Resident Assistant. These should be turned in at the intramural office in Erie Hall. Other intramural activities that will be held during midterms and finals respectively are a bombardment (dodgeball) tournament and a kickball tournament. Duane Crider_, Intramural Director, feels that these games are "probably the most important structured recreational activity available to students at Behrend," and is looking forward to another successful season. For more information on the intramural games or use of the ski slope contact Duane Crider, ext. 6340.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 February 1985

Wilson Foresees A Successful Season by Rob Roth CoUegian Staff Writer Coach Jan Wilson is looking toward another successful women's softballl season with many outstanding players returning. They include: Kathy Ott (cf) All-Conference, Missy Stasenko, Darlene Leopold and Linda Stebinski. If weather permits the women will play their home games on the newly skinned field at the main entrance of Behrend. Practices will begin in about a week and as no final cuts have been made, there are still open spots on the roster. Interested players should contact Wilson.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

Textbooks Published by Faculty Members Larson and Hosteller Offer Precalculus Series by Michael Ross Collegian News Editor Drs. Roland Larson and Robert Hostetler, authors of several math Dr. Roland Larson and texts currently used at Behrend, have recently published a series of Precalculus texts. The four books, Algebra and Trigonometry, College Algebra, Precalculus, and Trigonometry were published in January, and will be used for Behrend math courses five and six. In addition to the four 'texts, supplemental instructor's guides and solutions guides were written by math instructors Meredythe Burrows and Dianna Zook. Larson, after earning his Ph.D in Mathematics from the University of Colorado, came to Behrend in 1970: In 1973, he started, writing calculus texts and was later joined by Hostetler in 1975. Dr. Robert Hostetler, antfeors of new math textbooks Larson comments, "We had written three manuscripts for the calculus texts, each 1,000 to 1,500 typed pages and th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

Reagan Budget May Shut Out 36% of P.S.U. Students by Julie Reynolds According to Doug Gerow, Stu-Collegian Staff Writer dent Government Association If President Reagan passes his (SGA) president, "There are apnew _budget, 36 percent of Penn proximately 80,000 students in the State students will not receive Penn State system. In order to guaranteed student loans. His have an impact, we need students proposal to limit student loans to from all ihe branches of Penn a maximum of $4,000 a year, and State to write to the state and cut loans to students whose federal legislature." Gerow states parents' combined income is over that the branch campuses play a 532,000 a year may keep over one- major role because what is needed third of Penn State students from is a lot of letters from all areas of returning to school. the Penn State system, rather than The Undergraduate Student from one concentrated area. Government. at University Park has become actively involved in Says Gerow, "A unif...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

Galletta Introduces Computer Science Text by Barrett Parker Collegian Staff Writer Dennis Galletta, instructor of M.I.S., recently had a Cobol textbook published. COBOL with an Emphasis'on Structured Program Design took Galletta two years (mainly on nights and weekends) to publish. Of the 7,500 copies initially printed, 270 copies have already been sold based only on drafts sent to potential buyers. Galletta comments,"(We ex- _, pect) the bulk of the sales in July Dennis Galletta, MIS Instructor or August. Prentice-Hall projected (the sales of) 10,000 copies per year." Prentice-Hall's top books sell about 70,000 per year. A graduate of Gannon University and a Ph.D candidate at the University of Minnesota, Galletta has been teaching at Behrend since 1978. Other than COBOL , and the Instructor's Manual to COBOL , he has had an article printed in Proceeding of the Second International Conference on Informative Systems in conjunceontinued on page 3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

Will Kappa Delta Rho Chapter Be Formed at Behrend? by Greg Ratbbun Collegian Staff Writer Kappa Delta Rho (KDR), a new service fraternity is being formed at Behrend College with the help of Tim Carley. Carley, a 4th semester business major said, "We are a service fraternity, but we do have social activities. Our motto is to be the best fraternity on campus and to do it with class." Kappa Delta Rho was established at Middlebury College in 1904. It has a chapter fraternity at University Park and will soon have a colony at Behrend. Donald Stohl, the executive director of KDR, thinks that the Behrend colony will become a provisional chapter with 35 people by the spring of 1986. The Behrend colony will probably be called Alpha Phi. Carley recently called a meeting where the future brothers elected officers and discussed upcoming events. Carley ran unopposed for president; Mark Stanley, second semester engineering major, won continued on page 3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

SGA Revises Constitution by Gregory D. Goldsmith Collegian Staff Writer Last semester, the Student Government Association (SGA] revised their constitution. In ordei to find out why, the Collegia* spoke with SGA President Douf Gerow. Following are excerpts from the conversation. Collegian: Last year, SGA rewrote their constitution. Whj again is the constitution being revamped? Gerow: Some editorial changes that needed to be made were overlooked. For example, the election of an officer should be _bj a majority rather than by _z plurality as it states at the present. It also didn't say that a resident senator had to live in the residence halls. Mainly what we are doing is 'fine tuning* the constitution." Collegian: Who is helping rewrite the constitution? Gerow: "Joe Ledford. He and I pretty much know the constitution and where the changes should be made." Collegian:What amendments have been brought to the senate to be voted on? Gerow:"The amendments have come in four sets. One...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

ABC Sponsors Blood Drive by Kimberly Ford Collegian Staff Writer In conjunction with the Erie Community Blood Bank, the Association of Black Collegians (ABC) is sponsoring Behrend's first blood drive of the spring semester. The blood drive is scheduled for Mar. 21 from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. As a blood donor, one has the opportunity to experience a sense of being a vital part of the community. With the continued support of donors, there should always be a supply of blood for the enure community. Prior to the actual donation, a series of inquiries to the donor's health will be made. In addition, a limited physical will be conducted. The purpose of these measures is to determine whether or not a potential blood donor will be able to donate safely and to determine if that donor's blood is safe for future transfusions. The donation time takes approximately six to ten minutes, but the entire process, including preparation time and postdonation rest, takes approximately thirty ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

Irwin Plans Sabbatical Leave by Darlene D. Kasbee Collegian Staff Writer Dr. Zacnary Irwin Assistant Professor of Political Science. Dr. Zachary T. Irwin, assistant professor of political science, is taking a sabbatical leave in the coming academic year. Irwin's goal is "to relate a certain form of diplomatic behavior with changes of personnel in top echelons of the Soviet Union." He plans to conduct research in the areas of Soviet foreign policy and Soviet peace proposals for the Middle East between 1967-1979. Irwin began gathering Soviet bibliographical material last summer at the Illinois Russian and Eastern European Center. He plans to continue his research at the University of Illinois, in Irwin's opinion, "the best Slavi< library in the country." Irwin has a deep conviction tc politics. "Soviet politics," _Irwir says, "involves a lot of 'disinformation', about 98 percent is useless or irrelevant, 2 percenl valuable." His interest in Soviet _policy does not onl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

SFFS Announces Winner by Michael Shaffer Collegian Staff Writer The Science Fiction Fantasy Society,(SFFS) has determined a winner for its second annual writing contest. The winner of first place was James Owens with "This Shirt is Black", second place winner was Tim Prickett with "God is Red", third place winner was Paul Baughman with "The Human Factor", and honorable mention was Todd G. Fitch with "The Boss." The writing contest was developed to support the second aspect of SFFS, literature. Sean Grape, president of SFFS, said, "The writing contest is used to show students that the SFFS has other aspects than simulation. With the help of a monetary prize, the writing contest attracts closet writers to participate in the club." Each paper submitted to the SFFS was judged under strict criteria, and the dominant factor required was originality. Each paper was coded so the judges could judge the papers without knowing names of writers. The papers were then viewed by three judg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

MARCH 1,1985 THE COLLEGIAN SKN ' s Plans Delayed by Jill Bedford Collegian Staff Writer Plans for Sigma Kappa Nu's(SKN) fraternity are now in final stages. The contracts have not been signed, but SKN President John Fronko hopes the transaction will be completed sometimes after spring break. The fraternity has been trying to purchase the house from owner Roger Bush since last October. Bush was reluctant to sign a contract with SKN because SKN is a local fraternity, not a national chapter. A new agreement was worked out between the two parties stating that in addition to signing the fraternity's title, the six officers must also sign the contract. "Mr. Bush is interested in having SKN as tenants," said Fronko. "He was just reluctant to sign the contract with our fraternity's title as the occupant. But we'ye come to an agreement on the signing of the contract and now just the specifics have to be worked out. Mr. Bush is renovating the house now." In addition to the contract...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

Behrend Honor Code Delayed by Kurt E. Freeman ed. "There are basically two Collegian Staff Writer kinds," he continued. "The first The issue of the proposed is a categorical promise not to honor code is silent, but apparent- cheat; if caught, the student faces ly it is not forgotten. "It is tem- expulsion. The second type of porarily on the side burner," ac- code is less severe and is depencording to Student Government dent upon the nature of the Association (SGA) vice- presi- cheating." dent, Chris Anderson. The delay A motivating factor behind the is due, in part, to disagreement on adoption of a code is the inadeboth the implementation pro- quacy behind the present system_, cedures and the text, Anderson "The Academic Integrity Policy is said. not uniform," Gerow said. "If a Doug Gerow, president of the student is caught cheating, the SGA, added that careful con- penalty is left up to the instrucsideration is necessary before an tor," he added_, honor code can be adopted "W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

Galletta Publishes Text (continued from page 1) tion with James Wetherbe. Wetherbe is the computei language series editor for Prentice-Hall. Galletta also wrote a working paper for the University of Minnesota. When asked how his textbook differed from those already available on the subject, Galletta said that other texts "teach lists of commands and syntax and then write programs. A more modern approach is how to get (programs) running... Commands are important, but the most important thing is the overall architecture." Galletta had no help in writing the COBOL text, but was assisted by Behrend students when writing the instructor's manual. Ann Kruse aided Galletta by working out 23 sample programs Marcella Pueschel, another student, also contributed a program. What is in store for the future? Galletta comments," I want to concentrate on doing articles now." Writing the book learns from it." "probably delayed my dissertation by six months." Galletta is not teaching a Cobol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 March 1985

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