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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 February 1989

* _ug«> xv Dr. Kaliyren Kicks Deadly Habit Smoking: The End of A Way of Life by Trad Fenton Collegian Staff Writer A heated issue on Behrend campus today is one of smoking. With the new restrictions soon to be imposed on Penn State campuses, will some smokers learn to limit or quit their habit? Dr. Kallgren, a psychology professor here at Behrend already has. Kallgren, who Started smoking at age thirteen, because of what "peer pressure," hasn't smoked for the past eleven months. How does someone smoking a pack a day since their teenage years quit completely? He said it wasn't easy. In fact this is not the first time Dr. Kallgren has quit, yet he said, "I feel confident I won't start again." At age twenty he kicked the habit for six months because of yoga and the whole health experience. Yet being around people smokers got him started again. Dr. Kallgren laughed as he used Mark Twain's famous one-liner, " Quitting smoking is easy— I've done it hundreds of times." A b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 February 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 February 1989

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 February 1989

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 February 1989

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 February 1989

Lady Lions Finisli_^-lo by John Musser Collegian Staff Writer The Lady Lions slipped by SUNY : Fredonia for their ninth viclory of the season, 72-71, before dropping one at Westminster, 58-49, to close out last week. The Lady Lions finished'the season with a home court loss to . Saint Vincent College Monday, 84-63. ' In last Thursday's contest in Erie Hall, Lisa Butch and Michelle Madison had the Lady Lions_'s offense firing on all cylinders as they combined for 40 points. Madison also hauled in 10 rebounds during her 20 point performance, while Butch made all four of her foul attempts on her way to 20. The Lady Lions took an early seven point lead over The Fredonia Blue Devils. Madison jump started a 9-2 run with three consecutive baskets. At 11:18 Butch canned a shot from the right side of the foul line to incite a 14-6 run, giving Behrend a 33-21 advantage. Lisa Dorenkamp capped off the outburst, which was paced by Madison and Butch with four points apiece, with a three-p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 February 1989

Sports NCAA Basketball Tournament Fever Heats Up by Mike Cifelli Collegian Staff Writer Who wants number one? The top ranking seems to .be there for the taking these days. At this point in the college basketball season, the top spot has traded hands on four occasions. Oklahoma is the current king of the hill for the second time after an exciting 82-80 victory over previous number one Arizona. ' The "musical chairs" of the college polls began when original number one Duke lost three in a row. and Illinois took over. The nation's number one ranking stopped over in Champaign for only a short visit as the Illini were defeated by unrariked Minnesota. Then came Oklahoma for their initial trip to the number one spot. This was also a short stay as,the Sponers were upset but-rival Oklahoma State. This made way for the Wildcats of Arizona who subsequently handed-" the top spot back to Oklahoma. - Witfi tournament time just around the corner, March Madness may become just a little ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 February 1989

Penn State Erie The Behrend College 1988-89 Speaker Series: DR. BERNICE SANDLER Director of the Project on the Status and Education of Women of the Association of American Colleges Women on Campus: These Are Times That Try Men's Souls" - : Wednesday, March 8,1989 8:00 p.m. -Reed Lecture Hall

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 February 1989

In the second half, the scoring was in spurts and tempers ran short as both team's scoring pace slowed with a number minor skirmishes stopping play. The Lions were able to overcome these problems, however, with Randy Baughman nailing a pair of last second free throws to secure the one-point win."We did better defensively (in the second half)" said Zimmerman. The Lions shot 59 percent from the field. Behrend's three point threat continued to hold true as they hit on 12 of 18 attempts. Dave Gurska led the Lions in scoring with 22 points, connecting on six of 11 three-point shots. Chris Viscuso sank three of four bombs from who would run better," The Lions led for most of the first half, but lost their lead in the final few minutes of play to trail at the half by a pair, 57-59. Although the regular season is over, the possibility of postseason play is still up in the air. The Lions' strong finish, winning four of their last five games, has definitely helped their chances. by Todd...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 February 1989

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

Tenure Process Has Many Elements by Cindy Craig Collegian Staff Writer Editors Note: "It seems like professors are no longer here for students, but students are here . for professors." More and more we hear sentiments like these echoing around campus. Students want to know if teaching is being neglected for research as faculty struggle to gain job security. After tenure is achieved, does it become a free-ride? In this indepth look at the faculty tenure system, . Collegian staff writer Cindy Craig explores how tenure works, weighing the benefits and the problems for both faculty and students. competitive an institution has no choice but to offer a tenure package. The contents of this package are generally determined by the specific needs and goals of that institution. The general objective of tenure, at any institution, is to guarantee "academic freedom and to safeguard the right of free expression and risk-taking inquiry." Tenure is a state of being guaranteed a job for as l...

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

Bernice Sandier Speaks on 'Times That Try Men's Souls' by Laura Weaver Collegian Staff Writer On Wednesday, March 8, the Behrend Speaker Series continued in the Reed Lecture Hall with Dr. Bernice Sandier speaking on "Women on Campus: These Are Times That Try Men's Souls." Dr. Sandier began by pointing to past, present and future issues of the Women's movement. Looking to the past, she noted several policies now incorporated including sexual discrimination laws which are "among the best in the world." Sandier also spoke on the changing role of women in the workplace. She suggested women today are still being unfairly treated in the job market. "Women are allowed to work as long as they know their place." Sandier also noted that "most women still enter the so-called 'female * fields." "There are no occupations m which women earn more money then men," said Sandier, noting that full-time working women still make 63 cents on the dollar compared to men. Sandier made a list of di...

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

Tucker Proposes Model School by Maria Plaza Collegian News Editor Dr. Eva Tucker, Behrend geoscience professor and Erie School Director, hopes that a proposed model school program will prevent students from falling behind and lower the course failure rate in Erie schools. "We believe every child can learn," Tucker said, and he believes that a curriculum from an inne"r-city school in Baltimore may help more children reach their full potential. The program, called "Success for All," groups children in kindergarten through third grade into groups by reading ability. The groups, limited to no more than fifteen students, spend an hour and half per day on reading According to Tucker, Erie elementary students currently spend between 30 and 40 minutes a day on reading. "It's designed to do two things: to prevent reading deficiencies and to giveimmediate intervention, to those: kids who have problems," Tucker said. Tucker said the "Success for AH" program has resulted in lower course...

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

Schedulers Face Limited Resources Part two in a series examing Behrend's academic scene by Bill Warner _, Collegian Staff Writer Despite Behrend's physical expansion, it does not meet the standards for classroom space and availability that have been suggested by the federal government for effective scheduling flexibility. Behrend's high percentile utilization of classroom space combined with its growing student population make scheduling a difficult and time consuming task. In an interview with The Collegian, Behrend College Registrar Robert Schenker explained that governmental agencies concerned with higher education consider classroom utilization of 62 to 68 percent to be ideal. "In the fall of 1988, our classroom utilization at Behrend was in the high 90_' s (percent). In many cases 100 percent room usage was realized, in our facilities, from eight in the morning to as late as nine* or ten at night. University Park probably schedules their facilities close to 68 perce...

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

Inside Survey P. 2 Police News p. 4 Love Rob P. 5 Dating Lies P. 9 Tidbits P. 11 March Madness P. 14

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

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

Survey Puts Behrend's Freshman Class in National Perspective by James Martin Over 90 percent of Behrend's freshman come from neighborhoods that are mostly white, about 10 percent higher than the national average. This and other figures were the results of a survey conducted jointly by the American Council on Education and the Graduate School of Education of California. This past fall, 513 Behrend freshmen participated in the survey designed to assess the effects of college on students. Over 90 percent of Behrend freshman responded to the survey. While Behrend students responses differ little from national norms, there are some exceptions. Students here appear to be somewhat more conservative than college students at other campuses, with 22 percent of Behrend freshman callling themselves conservative. This figure represents a steady increase here with figures rising each of the past three years. About 18 percent of the student surveyed identified themselves as being liberal. ...

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

Plastics Division Recieves Donation The Engineering Plastics Division of Hoechst Celancse Corporation of Chatham, New Jersy presented $10,000 to Bchrend recently to help fund the college's $2 million undergraduate program in plastics engineering technology. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will match half of the Celanese gift, awarding Penn State Behrend an additional $5,000. The $10,000 check was presented by Patrick M. Hughes, senior research engineer at Celanese, during ceremonies in the college's plastics laboratory. "I'm glad that we're getting a chance to help industry in Hughes. "There's a shift from smokestack technology to plastics technology, and plastics will definitely be a major economic force in the future of this region." Although northwestern Pennsylvania is already a national leader in the plastics industry, local companies must often seek skilled professionals from out of state. And that is the problem Behrend administrators and local industry leaders set o...

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

The Family in Literature Dr. Geri Giebel Chavis, editor of the anthology "Family: Stories From the Interior," will reveal the insights literature offers into family relationships during a free public lecture at Behrend on Thursday, March 23. Chavis' lecture, "Literature: The Powerful Illuminator of Family Relationships," begins at 8:15 pm in the Reed Lecture Hall. The "Family" anthology, published in 1987 by Gray wolf Press, features a variety of vivid short stories by authors ranging from the 1900's Willa Cather to 1960_'s John Updike and 1970_'s Libbi Miriam. The stories, which are arranged into six sections, focus on various aspects of family relationships: husbands and wives, mothers and daughters, mothers and sons, fathers and daughters, fathers and sons, and siblings. Chavis offers an insightful introduction to the entire book, as well as a preface to each section. In the former, she writes: "Readers will find here (in the collection) works reflecting both the negative...

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