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

Behrend expands apartment, office facilities housing will be built adjacent to the existing apartments, located at the top of the hill on Jordan Road. The board approved the expansion plan and design by John C. Haas Associated and authorized solicitation of bids for the project. Phase two of the project will add 24 apartments in three new buildings that retain the architecture of the existing complex. Six apartment buildings currently house 192 Behrend students in 48 two-bedroom units. When completed, the expansion project will enable Behrend to house a total of more than 945 oncampus students. The Board of Trustees also approved construction of two new faculty office units at Behrend. Each facility will be 24 feet wide University Relations, Hershey, PA~The Pennsylvania State University Board of Trustees approved apartment expansion and faculty office projects and water system improvements for Behrend College at its March 15 meeting The building projects will accommodate 96 ...

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

Lambda Sigma selects new members with early morning flash by Barrett Parker Collegian Staff Writer Last Thursday, March 27, at 6:30 a.m., several students heard a knock on their doors. The newly awakened students saw flash bulbs go off and were told that they had a few minutes to get ready for the Lambda Sigma breakfast—one of the first steps in becoming a fullfledged member of the honor and service society. Behrend's Alpha Eta chapter of the Lambda Sigma Society does such community/campus services as the recent organ drive, car washes, and the upcoming CARE packages for finals week. New members will remain in the organization until they finish their sophomore year. New members include Kimberly.Best, Kim Bruni, Vincent Cannella, Lori Davison, Daniel Eccles, Calvin Fryling, Joseph Haller, Kurt Hammerbeck, Lauri Herring, Amy Hickman, Wendy Nachman, Seth Narehood, Gary Orr, Gregory Radick, Kelly Rodgers, Karen Pastorik, Tracy Simmons, David Slye, James Thomas, Michelle Williamson...

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

Reed extends weekend hours by Pst Schilpf Collegian Staff Writer The Reed Building has new hours scheduled for the weekends. "More students on campus need study time on the weekends especially graduate students," said Provost and Dean Dr. John Lilley. The hours will become permanent if students make use of the extended time. The change of hours was made for all students with graduate students taken into special consideration. The new apartments, planned for 1987, will bring another small population boom to Behrend. There will be more students that need time to study. Its hard to say if students will take advantage of the extended hours. Dohn Harshbarger, dean of student affairs said, "We don't know if the turnout will be as good in the Spring as it would be in the Fall. If it (extended hours) doesn't work for the Spring semester, we may try it in the Fall semester anyway." A student probed the need for more hours at a recent "Coffee With the Provost" and action was taken. Ne...

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

SGA elections slated --president position uncontested The last day to submit nominations for SGA positions was Friday, March 28 22 nominations were received for 17 positions with the election to be held on Monday and Tuesday April 7 and 8 in the Reed Building. All full-time students with a valid ID are eligible to vote. Commuters may vote for all offices except Resident Senator and Joint Residence Council president and vice-president. Similarly, the Resident student's ballot will include all positions except Commuter Senator and Commuter Council president and vice-president. 13 members of the 15-member Student Senate will be elected in the Spring Semester elections. The other two, Freshman Senators, will be elected in the Fall by the new freshmen class. "I am glad to see competition for many offices which should make those races very interesting and increase student interest in the elections," said Dana Bucci, Elections Committee chairperson. "The number of contested positions...

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

Behrend students educate abroad October 1, 1986 is the applica- quirements can be met utilizing tion deadline for Penn State credits taken abroad. Education Abroad Programs for Interested students should Fall Semester 1987 and also year- ideally obtain information on long programs for 1987-88. In- these programs before advance terested students should inquire as registration for Fall '86 semester_, soon as possible regarding the Students interested in foreign programs available to them for language training as a part of the several reasons: education abroad experience can choose from the following: 1. Program prerequesites vary— Arabic in Cairo, Egypt; German completion of required courses in Cologne, Flensberg, Kiel or enhances the applicant's chances Marburg, W. Germany; Russian of being accepted, escpecially for in Leningrad, U.S.S.R.; Spanish the more popular and competitive in Lima or Salamanca, Spain; programs. Portuguese in Sao Paulo, Brazil; French in Nice or Strasburg...

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

Tuition increases this summer by Paula Maus Collegian Editor Summer tuition rates will increase for Behrend College Pennsylvania resident students. PA resident's charge per credit jumped from $107 to $115 per credit. Full-time tuition rate for Summer Session remains unchanged at $1380. For out-of-staters Summer Session tuition decresed by a whopping 25 percent. Full-time tuition for non-PA residents dropped from $2772 to $2070 and per-credit tuition from $231 to $173. "Over the past several years the differential between PA and non-PA tuition has been narrowed during Summer Session," said Cliff Sando, Behrend financial officer. The Gramm-Rudman budget cuts had no effect on the summer tuition increase, Sando said. However he noted that, "...tuition has remained constant or slightly increased since I've been here in 1970." "Penn State is underfunded on a per-student basis as compared other state related schools like Pitt, Temple, Lincoln and the State System of Higher Education,...

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

Students rock April 4 & 5 to benefit Mult University ReJations-Penn State-Behrend fraternity Sigma Kappa Nu is sponsoring a 24-hour "Dance-A-Thon for Multiple Sclerosis" from 8 p.m. Friday, April 4, to 8 p.m. Saturday, April 5, in Behrend's Gorge Cafeteria on the second floor of the Reed Union Building. More than 50 couples will be dancing the night—and day—away to raise funds for the Erie Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Disc jockeys will be providing music for the fund-raiser, which is open to all couples that receive sponsorship of $3 or more for each hour they dance. Registration and pledge forms are available at the main desk in the first floor lobby of the Behrend Reed Union Building or the Sigma Kappa Nu House at the iple Sclerosis corner of Shannon and Coopei Roads. For more information, call Behrend organizers at 898-6521 or 898-4073.

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

CPR class scheduled A CPR class will be held Monday April 7 and Tuesday April 8, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the Reed Seminar Room -116. Any students, faculty or staff interested in becoming certified in CPR and attending the class may sign up at the Health Services Office (898-6217) or Police and Safety (898-6101). Attendance to both sessions is required for certification. There will be a nominal charge for materials. Class size is limited to fifteen.

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

Study finds feminist theses could hurt job prospects (CPS)~Women may have a hard time getting a job if their resumes evince strong feminist feelings 01 refer to school projects that a prospective employer may see as meaning they could cause "trouble" on the job, a new study by two professors suggests. Employers surveyed by Michael Hit of Texas A&M and William Zikmund of Oklahoma State seemed especially reluctant to hire female students who had done studies of job discrimination. But corporate preferences for male applicants in general seem to be fading, Hitt adds. Other job placement officals, however, question Hitt and Zikmund's study, and note "political" references on a resume are always a risk. "I am not sure if (discrimination) is specific to women's groups," says Joe Santos, a placement officer at Miami of Ohio. Employers in general seem to respond less positively "to social stands of any kind" on resumes, lie observes. Hitt and Zikmund's study suggests companies...

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

Fiber OptiCS TV continued from pagel "The stadium screens that are now available sell from 100 thousand dollars for a small unit to two million plus for a large unit. We plan tc reduce those prices by two-thirds," Reidinger said. "That market alone right now is approximately a 100 million dollar a year market," h« continued. After the stadium screen is developed, research will continue tc miniaturize the crystals and create a smaller version. Uses for this system include flat screen TV sets for the home, and monitor and display systems for airplanes and automobiles. In 1983 Reidinger contacted the Ben Franklin Partnership which helped him with management and steered him to develop the program in Erie. He chose Behrend because of the new research facilities in the Hammermill/Zurn Building and also because Marande had been conducting crystal research. The program is funded by Tru-Lyte, Behrend and the Ben Franklin Partnership with the Partnership matching funds of private indivi...

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

"Coffee with the Provost" allows students to speak out by Pat Schilpf Collegian Staff Writer All students can chat over a steaming cup of coffee with the Provost once a month. "Coffee With the Provost" provides a time for both Dr. John Lilley, provost and dean, and students to communicate with each other. "I don't make contact with too many students. "Coffee" helps me get in pulse with the students," Lilley said. The nature of "Coffee" is a meeting with no agenda. Matters that students are concerned with can be voiced at this meeting with, Lilley then using various sources to solve legitimate problems. Anywhere from ten to 30 students attend, however, often leaning more towards ten. "There are usually familiar faces, but on the other hand there are new ones too," Lilley said. New students, are always welcome to attend. "The newer students that attend always act a little nervous the first time, but that frequently ends at the next meeting," he continued. "Coffee" accomodates ...

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

TOTH provides campus link in message hoard by Karen Koper The new bulletin board is located directly under Collegian Contributing Writer the S.I.S. monitor on the west wall of tfie cafeteria. Everyone is asked to refrain from using the board for Have you ever raced around campus frantically advertising purposes, but all are welcome to leave a trying to get in touch with someone you knew was message for anyone else. However, posting the here somewhere? Or hung around for a couple hours message is only half the battle. All of us must get in after classes to attend a meeting that was cancelled— the habit of checking the board daily to see if anyone but you never got the message? ...Problem solved. has left us a message. Because most of us make it to The Top of the Hill Club is trying to make the pro- the Gorge at least once a day, it should be easy to get cess of getting a message to someone on campus a lit- into the habit of glancing at the board as we're cointie .less frustrati...

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

Fashion show sponsored On Saturday, April 12, 1986, the Behrend College Student Programming Council will present "Ready for th« World", a fashion show. In addition to the fashion show a reception and dance will follow. The show will b« held in the Reed Lecture Hall, located in the Reed Student Union Building, at 6:30 p.m. The reception and dance -will be held in the Gorge Cafeteria, also located in the Reed Student Union Building. The price for the fashion show with reception and dance is S3.00. The price for attending just the dance and not the fashion show is $1.50. Fashions will be provided by Wilson's Suede and Leather, Susie's Casuals and J. Riggings. Music for the dance will be supplied by Stacy Hitt. Tickets are available at the John F. Kennedy Center, Martin Luther King Center, Wilson's Suede and.Leather, Susie's Casuals, J. Riggins and Caren Charles. For more information, call Gregory D. Goldsmith at 598-6669, or contact our Stulent Affairs office at 398-6155. Hope to...

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

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

.DEADLiNE'for'the Gay. V/. _Witsoa, Award for _ExeeSienceia _Af&demic . :Advisfni:vaB<t.. _ifee:Behread: CoIege ' CoanclI-of Fellows _excellence i» ¦;Tea_^&ing; Award is' Af_^Rit.-4_; Nomination papers naast fee svbmjtted <to ' the Ci ; ff3[ce.!ef3filie _Provost aad Dean-•. I;* ' / ' , ¦ ., ¦' ¦ • . ' ' \ ''_^ ' ; •JR_£GORD_$.,OiFFiCE_^byE£>» R : ENAM£D_~The _former. _^ _frcev.j_»v_^ ea^^ Reed:_&_$dkig:to : 8efeteji<! ; f 13. arid-Mi-_^. ' The _«ew;location adds4GQ _jsqui_^feet of -off ice "space and, \&ill _provide'a smoother, flow 0fi : traff!e .far ._reglstr_^Mas " _j_^eedares,a<sc_^_diag " to : Bol>Schei](ker._; Hours of opmtiooWlI:_^_exj_^icied .tH early April so the Bew_^ ffSce-wi_^ be open ,froBjxKj0_a,io.. i' :e'Hi_^._^_aiJ. y_».; .;.. * _;. ' ¦ •. •;:..:.. •'V ' _v." .-'• ' •./. ' • ' :_'- ; _- . ''' . ' ¦ _NE_^_- ' _^_IJDSNT/^CULTi'-STAFK ._" IDs- . -wM_; ;; be. ' snpietB_^ted: _^ni_?erslsy.~w...

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

Behrend hosts career fair April 15 University Relations—Penn State-Behrend will host "Students will be able to find out, first-hand, how the 1986 "Focus on Careers," a free career fair for graduates in their majors are succeeding in the workcollege students and high school seniors, from 2-5 ing world. The fair also will help students uncertain p.m., Tuesday, April 15, in Erie Hall on the campus, about a college major determine what career paths More than 75 different careers, from accounting they are interested in." to zoology, will be represented by Erie area profes- Now in its second year, the career fair is sponsored sionals. They will be available to answer students' by the Erie County College Career Cooperative, questions about job prospects, starting salaries, job which includes representatives from Behrend, Gansatisfaction, educational requirements and other _non, Edinboro, Mercyhurst, and Villa Maria. Last issues. year the fair attracted more than 250 area students. "The f...

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

the campus club report by Michael E. Wimms who tied for third. Martial Arts Club Vice-President The club also wishes to recognize and commend the efforts of club instructor (Sensei in Japanese), On March 8, the Behrend Martial Arts Club had David Graves, who placed first_, several of its members participate in a Waza self- The Martial Arts are a form of self-defense and exdefense tournament in Corry, PA. pression. The Behrend Martial Arts Club tipifies The club extends particular congratulations to this, and strives for excellence and refinement of our Steve Stegman who place first and Diane Gartner craft.

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