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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988

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Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 1 April 1988
Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Freshmen Survey Results by Maria Plaza (49.6%). Collegian News Editor Engineering was by far the most popular career choice. Over a quarter The average Behrend fteshman of the students, mostly males, wants to make a lot of money, likes reported wanting a career in that to drink beer, and feels Penn State' s field. Fourteen percent of the males academic reputation is important, planned on majoring in electrical or These are just a few results from a electronic engineering. The most survey taken of last fall's entering popular major among females was freshmen. accounting, with 11.4% choosing The survey was taken by first- that as their probable major_, time, full-time freshmen during Over 70% admitted to drinking orientation last fall. This is the beer during the past year and 36.2% twelfth year that Behrend has percent spent between six and participated in the survey sponsored sixteen hours a week partying_, by the American Council on Refreshingly, only 7.6% claimed to Educatio...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Local Briefs Commission on Women A meeting of the Commission on Women faculty, staff and student body groups will begin at 5 p.m. on Thursday, April 28 in the Reed Seminar Room. Erie Art Museum 65th Annual Spring Art Show now in progress. On May 4, artist Lisa Lichtenfels will present a lecture on hei soft sculpture figures at 11:30 _zjr. and77>p.ni. Admission is $4;-S4.5a for lunch (following; the 11:30 lecture). Call 459_^5477 for .more information: ' - . " : '" ~ ' ~ . " ¦ - • -- ' . "' - •• -.. - . Grant Deadline May 1 is the filing deadline for all students seeking to renew their aid from the Pennsylvania State Grant Program. Individuals seeking aid for the first time and planning to enroll in budiness or trade schools, hospital schools of nursing, or two-year vocational (non-transferable) programs at community or junior colleges have until Aug. 1 to file their state grant applications. Keystone Games Any amateur Pennsylvania athlete is eligible to compete at these...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Minority issues: Resignation and Assesment by Holly Lew Collegian News Editor Last Fall, Vera Lee Byrd was hired as a Minority Student Programs Counselor. Early this month, Byrd resigned from the position, without warning, for personal reasons which she has not yet formally declared. A search committee, including ihree student representatives selected by president of Behrend's Association of Black Collegians, Rcnee Stafford, has been appointed to find a replacement before classes resume in the Fall of '89. The minimum qualifications of the Minority Counselor are a Master's Degree, or equivalent, in counseling, and student personnel administration or related field work plus one to two years of effective experience. According to the Penn State job description, Byrd's primary function as Minority Counselor was the development and administration of campus programs aimed at retaining minority and other students. Byrd's responsibilities included maintaining contact with students, ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

27th annual ceremony Students and Faculty Honored by Holly Lew Collegian News Editor At the 27th annual Honors and Awards ceremony held Sun. April 17 in the Reed Lecture Hall, 250 awards were presented to students and faculty. Over 125 Honor Certificates, 50 Scholarships, and Academic, Athletic and Special Service Awards were presented to students in addition to three Faculty Awards. The Penn State-Behrcnd Council of Fellows Faculty Research and Excellence in Teaching Awards went to Drs. Archie Loss and Rober t Tauber, respectively. The Guy W. Wilson Award for Excellence in Advising went to John Gamble. A complete list of awards presented can be obtained from the Office of Student Services located on the 2nd floor of the Reed Union Building. . Behrend's officer Todd Allan receives an award from Assistant to Dean of Student Services John Downey, during the honors and awards on April 17th Photo by Marybeth Zawistosl

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

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Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988
Publication Title: Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA by Katherine _Rozumny Alpha Sigma Alpha celebrated its second successful year at Behrend on March 15. We would like to congratulate our new officers for the 88-89 school year, and wish the spring pledge class good luck. Presently we are planning a canned food drive_. in collaboration with Alpha Phi Omega. The cans collected from the community will be donated to the Erie Community Food Bank, where they will help the hungry and homeless during the Easter season. We would appreciate the cooperation from the student body and community. If you would like to help out please contact Kathy at 899-4008. Also, on April 9 we plan on visiting the Veteran's Hospital to help them celebrate the Easter season by helping out with a post-Easter party. J .R.C by Stan Lefes On Thursday, April 28 the Joint Residence Council will hold it's last event of the 87-88 academic year. There are still a few positions open for the comedy night show, so sign up as soon as possible. On behal...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Ridge Speaks at Conference Brent Vernon "One thing I'm concerned Collegian Staff Writer about," Ridge said, "is first and - second grade teachers." He believes Congressman Tom Ridge was that they are important in teaching one of five distinguished guest children how to read. "They arouse panelists at an afternoon session of_^curiosiiy and help them (children) the annual Pennsylvania College /think about emotions through basic English Association rionfererice hels_^ _^literature." in pa# at Behrend ( _College. The- { .'"If we can arouse the curiosity conference tide for i988 was "The Profession of English and the Opening of the American Mind." After a warm welcome by Dr. Dean Baldwin, the panel discussion entitled "Humanities Education" was started by moderator Dr. Evelyn Hovanec, PCEA President Ridge opened his lecture with a quote by James Michenen "Young people should be encouraged to study liberal arts because it is the traditional highway to great thinking." The Congress...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

the Penn Stqte-BeHrend ColleCfiail Member of The Press Association Editors Lisa Hahn, James Martin Copy Editor Darren Boyce Advertising Daniel Goulden ; Entertainment Editor Matthew Filippi Jennifer Johnson Feature Editors Nan Quatchak Advisor Nancy McGartland ; Vail Weller Business Manager. Jeff Gonos • Layout Editor. Bill Warner Computer Consultant David Machuga News Editors Holly Lew Distribution Managers Nancy Kredell Maria Plaza Jennifer Wood Sports Editors Dave Bruce Photo Coordinators Rick Brooks : Rick Cain Marybeth Zawistoski Steve Aller Julie Gustafson Robert Prindle Terry Anthony Sandy Inman Lorraine Reib • David Bacon Kurt Kaletta Carolyn Romano Denise Cutruzzula Robert Kelly Michelle Schneider Carol Eck Debra Malone Jill Smith Robert Eggfeston Thomas Mamaux Thang Tran Darrell Freund Michelle McClellan Kevin Trenney Tammy Furyesz . Cheryl Nietupski Ray Van Dusen Jacqueline Gardiner Heather Osmond Brent Vernon Jack Grow . Jennifer Pell . Trinette Zawadzki Wailing _Adore...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Jamie Grimm to Resign by Brent Vernon Collegian Staff Writer After four dedicated years of service to Behrend College and its activities, Jamie S. Grimm, will be leaving her position of Assistant Dean of Student Services. Grimm came to Behrend in July of 1984. She has been the advisor for all Behrend Clubs throughout her time here. She is currently the advisor for SPC, Alpha Sigma Alpha and assists with Commuter Council. She found her way into student activities when she was in college. "I was going to be a lawyer," Grimm said, but the activities 'bug' caught me." Grim was very active while in college. She was president of her student government association and was involved with student activities. Her first job in student activities was with her college." The job was opened and they hired me", she said, "After all what was I going to do with political science!" Grimm remembers when she first started at Behrend, "We had less than 510,000 for activities." Today, Behrend has...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Professor Publishes by James Martin Collegian Editor Dr. Juan Fernandez, Behrend professor of Spanish is currently putting the finishing touches on Cuaderno De Aldeau, a journal for Spanish professionals that he has edited since April of 1987. The journal, which is a product of the Association of Spanish Professionals in America, is a twice annual publication devoted to the interests of Spanish professionals living in the U.S. According to Fernandez, the list of subscribers includes (among others) doctors , lawyers and university professors. The journal, which is distributed across the entire nation as well as abroad, contains articles on topics ranging from medicine to business, to humanistic issues. The most recent issue of the journal, which is incidentally, written entirely in Spanish, contains articles such as "Remembrances of France prior to the Civil War","Studies on Women Throughout the History of Literature," as well as numerous book reviews. The.essays and reviews, w...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Election Results by Maria Plaza Collegian News Editor The second Student Government election, held after procedures of the first election were questioned, yielded the same results as the first election. Steve McGarvey was elected SGA president; Beth Buck, SGA vice president; Joye Dado, SPC president; and Nicole Bryant, Randy Eadie, Michael Forbes, Diane Say, and Stanley Washington were elected resident senators. Byrd Resigns..confd Counselor is to participate in the development and implementation of programs aimed at improving faculty and staff awareness of the needs of minority students, and maintaining records and data for research and study to determine effectiveness of programs developed for minority students and/or the Equal Opportunity Program. The Student Government voted to hold the election over after vice presidential candidate Damon Gray complained that the ballot and election procedures were unfair. • Voter turnout was 12%, slightly lower than that of the last ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

R.O.T.C On Sunday April 10, twenty-one R.O.T.C. Cadets gathered at th< Rolling Meadows Bowling Lanes to assist The Erie County Bij Brothers and Big Sisters organization with their annual "Bowl For Kid; Sake" fund-raising event. The cadets helped with scorekeeping refreshments, and keeping the bowling center clean and presentable Many of the cadets also took time to "Bowl For Kids Sake" as fill-ii team members. Teams from various organizations and corporations petitionec sponsors to pledge five cents per pin for each bowler's best game. The money raised will be used to recruit, screen, and train potential Big Brothers and Big Sisters. The Erie County Big Brothers and Big Sisters is an organization sponsored by the United Way. They provide adult friends, who spend a few hours a week with children who come from single-parent families. In the Erie area, there are over seventy children waiting to find a Big Brother or Big Sister. The volunteers were: Major McDavid, Greg Durk...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

A report from Down Under G'Day Behrend! in arc exhausted from our stops m Tahiti arc supposed to go into the classThere are and New Zealand, another bonus of flying half way around the world!) But it's impossible not to start feeling right at home in just a short time. The stereotype of Australians just does not do them justice! They are, I believe, the friendliest and most hospitable people I'll ever meet. And they sure do love their parlies—it's very easy to get so caught up ""in having a good time that you forget you are here to study—these people are WELD! As for classes, the system of teaching is very different, and it takes a bit of getting used to. Most of the work you do requires research (I feel like I'm in grad school). Rather than one or two required texts, they give you lists and lists of "recommended" reading, and you Asking me to describe my study abroad experience in one letter is like asking me to describe a whole country in one sentence—almost impossible, bu...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Safety Tips Summer Fun-The Safe Way BIKING SAFETY wcli traveled paths, and if you have Biking is becoming more to go out after dark, make sure you and more popular as time goes on. slick t0 main _throughfarcs. Before you start, make sure the equipment is in good working SUMMER SAFETY order, like the tires, brakes and lights. Next, wear highly visible Swimming and boating are great clothing, try to bike on designated fun, but can be dangerous. The bike paths, plan your route and buddy system again should come never go alone. If you must travel into play here, as well as having on the highway, go with the flow the proper and maintained of traffic and remember that other equipment. Don't swim in vehicle operators may not see you, unprotected areas, no matter how so be extremely cautious when good of a swimmer you are. The making any moves. Keep in mind best swimmer will have problems that all the traffic laws apply to you if they're dazed or injured. Also, as well as to motor veh...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 28 April 1988

Warburton takes new post by Kurt Kaletka Collegian Staff Writer After three years of teaching at Behrend, Dr. Terry Warburton has moved on. While still teaching part-time here, Warburton declined his post as head of the Communications department here, in favor of an Associate Professorship at Edinboro University. Warburton's duties as department head arc being temporarily performed by Speech Communication Instructor Cathy Mcster. The internship program he supervised is being run by Associate Professor of Speech Communication Dr. Ron Troester. Warburton has enjoyed working at Behrend but seeks to accomplish personal goals, including working with a research department for television media, which he was unable to do here. Since the College emphasizes Science, engineering and Technology, when Warburton worked to get a t.v. media research department he was unsuccessful. "The opportunities (at Edinboro) are more with my interests," said Warburton. Edinboro has more television me...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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