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

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Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

"Do you identify the current logo with the University and would you like to see it changed?" Penn State's current 'lion head' logo may soon become a thing of the past as the university begins procedures to find a logo that will provide a "visual identity system." This issue's Student Voice question asks, "Do you identify the current logo with the university and would you like to see it change?" Rich Drury Rich Drury-Second Semester, Electrical Engineering "I think that it's (the current logo) is a good one. I like that a lot, better than the one before it. When I look at the logo I see Penn State." Robert Capwell-Six Semester, Accounting "I like the new logo. 1 think it's more state of the art, a more futuristic logo than the previous one, and I like it. When I look at the logo I see Penn State." Gene Edwards think it would become of the past either. If everyone can identify with it now, I don't think they should change it."

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

SGA Dinner Dance scheduled The social event of the year is will be porovided to and from the event at no extra cost upon us! On Friday, April 25, 1986, the SGA will sponsor the 3rd Annual Penn State-Behrend Dinner-Dance. The dinner dance will be held at Peek-n-Peak Ski Lodge. Cocktails will be served at 6:00 (cash bar) dinner at 7:00 and dancing from 8-12:30. The dinner will be buffet style. Guest speaker for the evening will be Judge Michael Joyce. Judge Joyce is one of Behrend's first four-year alumni. Tickets for the event are $20.00 per couple and will be available in the SGA office everyday from 1-5:00 p.m. Only 200 tickets are available so be sure to get yours early! Blue Bus transportation

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

_PennBiBiE Sherry Simpson-Fourth Semester, Communications "The public identifies with the current lion head. Why change a good thing?" Gene Edwards-Second Semester, Biology "I definitely do identify with the current logo and I would not like to see it change." Caren Dionisi-Second Semester, Biology "Since we are the Nittany Lions, I don't think they should change it. I don't Collegian Photos/Jim Cooper

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

Club Enjoying Anonymous Success Men's Volleyball: by Robert Roth Collegian Sports Editor Don't look for their opponents to be printed on the back of Behrend's All Sports Schedule. In fact the only reference to this squad you may notice is a scant eight-and-a-half by eleven piece of paper festooned to a stairwell wall. But the truth remains that men's volleyball is alive and well at Behrend-even if it is a bit covert. My search for the facts concer-. ning the chimeric squad led me to the unlikely office door of Behrend Assistant Biology Professor Dr. Robert Light. Light was himself a fine athelete, earning seven combined letters in high school and at the University of Delaware. He was invited to Olympic Training Camp for volleyball in 1975 (which he passed up to pursue his Masters Degree), and was also elected a member of the Central Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sport's Hall of Fame. Dr. Light was quick to point out that the men's volleyball squad is not considered an offici...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

Annual Alumni Banquet Held by Robert Roth Collegian Sports Editor On February 22, the annual Behrend basketball, banquet was held. The event is not specifically a fundraiser but according to Athletic Director Herb Lauffer, "It is an opportunity for alumni (from all sports) to come back and annually participate in the program and possibly help out Behrend in some way. They also get a chance to see what is happening at Behrend since they've left. The list of active alumni numbers some 200 members and all were invited to take part in the night-long festivities. At 3:00 the former Cubs divided for a game of hoops among themselves, then at 5:30 they moved to the Gorge for the dinner. At 8:00 they repaired to Erie Hall to watch the final game of the season of the men's basketball team, a 88-73 win at the expense of Daemen. The men's squad" finished the season with a 6-19 mark. However, there were a few bright spots for the Cubs. Gary Manuel set a season assist record with 178 tota...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

Spring Sports Looking Forward To Time In The Sun Women's Softball Men's Baseball by Andy Seneta Collegian Staff Writer The 1986 Behrend women's softbalL season will soon be underway. The ladies have been practicing for two-weeks now and coach Jan Wilson is optimistic about the upcoming season: The Cubs have switched from the NAIA Division III to the NCAA Division III, where Wilson feels the schedule could prove to be little tougher. The 1985 season ended with the lady Cubs posting a 6-11 mark which was good enough for a second-place finish in their division. Wilson hopes to finish at 500 percent this season, but she states, "It's too early to tell at this point in the season." Coach Wilson feels, "there are some big shoes to be filled this season with the graduation of the Stasenko twins, Missy and Mindy. Beside the loss of the twin diamondwomen, Wilson has only one returning player from last season's squad, she being second baseman Kathy Fox.. Wilson said, "I have a number ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 20 March 1986

Small Colleges Seek More Control Over Athletic Teams College Press Service Much like their big-campus brethren, presidents of small colleges say they'll try to exert greater control over their sports programs later this month. A committee of big-school presidents, of course, has been trying to wrest more power from athletic directors over the operations of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) for the last two years. Now a number of presidents of relatively smaller schools that belong to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) are trying to wrest power over policy from their athletic directors. • The NAIA, when it meets later this month, will vote on reform proposals, that would give more power to the presidents and, some say, eventually lead to stricter academic requirements for atheletes and fewer games per season. While critics fear the presidents may unnecessarily complicate life in the NAIA, the presidents themselves apparently fear th...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 3 April 1986

Behrend's attempt to implement activities fee denied by Paula Mans Collegian Editor A proposal by Behrend College for the implementation of an activities fee was apparently denied last week by University Park's Budget Task Force. This marks the second year in a row the proposal has been turned down. The denial comes in the face of University studies indicating Behrend has the greatest need for additional student life funding than all University campuses. Of the Pennsylvania State University's 19 undergraduate campuses, Behrend is the only location funding student life activities with a voluntary $40 activity card in addition to a Student Government allocation and some funding by the Office of Student Affairs. Currently, Behrend, Capital College (formerly Capitol Campus), and University Park students pay the same tuition amounts. Other PSU campuses pay a lesser amount. However, the University is moving toward a uniform undergraduate tuition rate, said Dohn Harshbarger, dean o...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 3 April 1986

Levi s survey finds most students prefer sleeping to dating CHICAGO, EL (CPS)-It doesn't have much to dc with their high-living image, but college students probably perfer sleeping to dating, a new Levi Strauss Co. survey of collegiate attitudes has found. Dating, in fact, was only students' sixth-favorite activity. Attending parties topped the survey of student preferences. "Partying is definitely a verb on campus," says Julie Boyle, a company spokeswoman. Of the more than 6,500 students surveyed, 70 percent listed partying as one of their five favorite activities. Listening to records came in second, with 63 percent of those questioned rating it as one of their favor ite pastimes. Sleeping was third, with 56 percent, followed by going to movies and eating. Only 42 percent of the respondents said dating was a favorite activity. There were, of course, regional differences in extracurricular tastes. Students in the East and South, for example, felt dating was more important t...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 3 April 1986

TV of future takes shape at Penn State-Behrend by Greg Rathbun Collegian Staff Writer Television has come a long way in its relatively short existence. Orginally designed for radar screens, the cathode ray tube was put tc better use for entertainment, education, viewing sporting events, and as an impromtu dinner companion. In recent years its capabilities have increased with _cableiand satellite TV, but no one has taken the time to build a better tube—that is, until now. Behrend professors Dr. Robert Marande and Dr. Alan Jircitano working in conjunction with Michael Reidenger, president of Tru-Lyte systems have developed the television of tomorrow, today at Behrend. One year ago the team started work on a liquid crystal cell television which uses fiber optic strands to enlarge the picture on the television screen. This system makes the cathode ray tube obsolete and the approach offers a lighter weight television, requiring less maintenance, less expensive, and a clearer pictur...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 3 April 1986

_l l _ll Behrend expands with apartments _^,.p. 2 Academic advising contract created p. 2 Students sold in "Slave Auction" ' ....p. 8 Music video on Behrend campus p. 8 Baseball season preview.. , p. 11

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 3 April 1986

¦¦ _BBB _MH_^IHBnVMH'iBHinHBiBNHilHiHmHHMlBHHHHBHHnBHBHiBBHHBnMiHBMaft HHH BIB ^^^_V_^ _^V _1_W _^^V_^ IH_^BH 1986 Summer Sessions set at Behrend Students intending to take classes at Behrend over the coming summer are advised to begin planning now. This summer a three-week and an eight-week session have been scheduled for undergraduates, as well as a ten-week graduate session for the MBA program. The final Behrend Summer Schedule of classes may be obtained from the Registrar's Office, now located in Room 114 of the Otto Behrend Science Building, beginning April 3. Advance registration dates for Behrend Summer Ses¬ sions have been set for April 7-25, 1986. Registration for the three-week early summer session will be on May 12. Classes begin May 14 and end June 4 with finals given on June 6. Six courses will be offered at either 9-11:45 a.m. or 6-8:45 eight-week summer session will be held June 4 and 5, with classes beginning June 10 and ending July 31. Finals are scheduled...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 3 April 1986

Academic advising "contract" created to improve advising process by Paula Maus Collegian Editor Registration for Fall 1986 Semester, scheduled for April 7-25, requires academic advising. In efforts to optimize the academic advising process, students must be aware of their responsibilities as advisees. Sometimes students "self-advise" which can lead to complications along the academic path. "Good advising takes two," said Jack Burke, associate provost and dean. Burke refers to the responsibilities in the advisor/advisee relationship as a "contract" to be filled by both parties. The informal advising "contract," constructed by Burke from PSU's policy manual, "spells out responsibilities and expectations" in the advisor/advisee relationship, Burke said. The "contract" reminds faculty advisors of stipulations set in University Senate Policy 32-00 on academic advising. "Students who know their responsibilities as advisees will derive greater benefits from the advising process," Burke...

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