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

The Collegian Published weekly by the students of Behrend College, Erie Pa 16563 _; (814) 898-6221 Member of College Press Service Editor....James Martin Assistant Editor....Richard Cain News Editor....Maria Plaza _Feature Editor....Rob Prindle Entertainment Editors....Nan Quatchak and Vail Welter Photo Editor.... Marybeth Zawistoski Office Manager....Tracy Starr Business Manager....Stan Lefes Computer Consultant....Tom Wilkinson Advisor....Nancy McGartland The Collegian is a student-edited newspaper

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

Troyers Establish Scholarship A $50,000 scholarship fund for outstanding students enrolled or planning to enroll at Behrend has been established by Clifford and Louise Troyer. The Troyers, owners of Troyer Potato Products Inc., of nearby Waterford, Pennsylvania, developed the annual scholarship for full-time students who have achieved superior academic records or show promise of outstanding academic success. First preference will be to students who are employees or children of employees at Troyer Potato Products. Second preference will be given to students who are graduates of Fort LeBoeuf High School. Recipients of the scholarship will be selected by the Penn State-Behrend Scholarship Committee. The number of scholarships awarded and the amount of each reward will also be determined by the scholarship committee. Each scholarship will be awarded for one academic year, but may be renewed for subsequent years providing the recipient continues to meet the conditions of eligibil...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

Behrend Briefs Good Friday Service An ecumenical Good _Friday worship service, with a readking of the Passion according to St John and slides and music, with be held on March 24 at 9 am in "The Reed Lecture Hall. Sponsored by Campus Ministry. Seniors Caps and gowns must be ordered at the Bookstore by Fri., Mar. 17. The cost is $14. Zoo Volunteers The Erie Zoological Society will be hosting an informative meeting about their Volunteer Program on Tues., Mar. 21 at 6:30 pm in the Zoo's Education Room. The meeting will be free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. For more information call Patty Bellucci at 864-4091. Elementary Education Majors Elementary Ed. majors are needed for student helpers at Diehl Elementary School on Tuesdays or Thursdays for one-hour sessions from 9-10 am or 1-2 pm. For more information contact Brenda at 864-5088 or M.C. at 898-6693. - UP Housing If you are looking for off-campus housing at University Park there are packets available in th...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

Tenure Process is a Complex OnC.Contd. from page 1 made. Tenure, according to Dr. Jim Seroka, head of the division of humanities and social sciences, is "protection for faculty members to be able to conduct research or teaching without political or idealogical interference from the university of outside public." Faculty" members would appear to benefit most by the tenure system, since they are entitled to break a tenure contract simply by giving notice, while the employer may break the tenure contract only under extreme circumstances. There are underlying benefits for the institution which is able to determine criteria to attract individuals conducive to the charges of that particular institution. Tenure is generally seen as a way of rewarding and retaining the most capable people. Because it is a land grant institution, Behrend's charges are teaching, research, scholarship, and service. Typical weight attached to these for research faculty at Behrend are 40% teaching, 30% r...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

History of Tenure Process by Cindy Craig Collegian Staff Writer The concept of ' .enure originated in the 13th century at the University of Paris when the master scholars sucessfully established a guild. The motivations; political, social, economic and religious, arc so integrated that it is impossible to distinctly discern one from another. Nonetheless, if the motives are not discernable, actual historical events are. Around the 13th century there was a terrific influx of previously unknown works which were being translated to western languages. These include works of Aristotle, Ptolemy, Euclid, Hippocrates and other Grsek thinkers. These had been preserved and expanded upon by the Arabs when they took over Syria and North Africa in the 7th and 3th centuries. Prior to this knowledge, an education meant studying established texts with the Bible being the ultimate, last word "Learning" meant investigation, commentary and disputation of accepted sources of "truth". In other ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

Schedulers Contd. from Page 1 exceeded the administration's target of 2500 by approximately 200, limited classroom availability still posed problems. "The resources of the college are both physical and human," said Schenker, "We have three primary resources that we must get to come together. The classrooms, which are a physical resource; the instructors, which are a human resource; and the students, who are the human client resource. The objective when you're putting a schedule together is to keep in mind that you have a limited physical resource in the classrooms and a limited human resource in the instructor end of it, based on a budget. Sometimes it's like trying to fit six or seven fingers into a five fingered glove." More Behrend majors will be coming under enrollment restrictions, some as early as fall of this year, in order to control student population. Other steps must be taken to alleviate class space problems. "Right now, Behrend is locked tight," said Schenker. "We n...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

Assault Reported in Perry Hall An assault m Perry hall was reported on March 11. According to Police and Safety Officer Todd Allen, student Erik Hertzog reported that he and some friends were walking into the Perry lobby when an unknown black male punched him repeatedly in the face. Hertzog fled the scene with three or four black males following. Lori Michalowski tried to intervene and was punched twice in the face. The assailants were gone when Allen arrived. In other business, Officer Douglas has been involved in an ongoing investigation of the indecent harassment of a female on campus. On March 10 the department investigated the theft of a sign and newspaper tube and the destruction of a mailbox belonging to P.J. Brown, assistant dean of student affairs. Marijuana use in the Lawrence classroom was reported by maintenance worker Berry Flemming on March 8. Two other incidents of marijuana use in the classroom were reported previously. On March 13 Officer Sanders heard loud ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

Women's Month by Jennifer Rose Collegian Staff Writer March has been named Women's Month to designate the rights of women and. their freedom in America. Several events at Behrend have emphasized the concern about women's rights. Bernice Sander spoke on Wednesday, March 8, about the problems of sexual harassment, Shirley Chisholm spoke on Jan. 19 about women in politics. Currently the library has a display of books dealing with women's issues. Women from Behrend's organization Women Today will be participating in a national women's march in Washington D.C. on April 9. According to some members of Women Today, more should be done on campus to dispel discriminating views of women. "It is very disappointing that the University doesn't see the need to promote Women's Month to the same extent as Black History Month. They don't feel that problems of being a woman are as much of a challenge as being black," said Maurica George, the Secretary/Treasurer of Women Today. According to Ge...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

Military Ball by Lori Beals Formally dressed couples swirled to the dance music during the Military Ball on Fri. March 10. The Ball, which was held at s e Maennerchor Club in Erie, began with an entrance up a staircase and under a sabre arch provided by Behrend's Drill Team. At 7:30 a receiving line started, then the Drill Team posted the Colors and dinner _besan. The guest speaker for the evening, Colonel John E. McAllister, the Chief of Staff of the 99th U.S. Army Reserve Command, gave an after-dinner speech about leadership. Then the Colors were retrieved and DJ Mike Reno played music for dancing. Almost 100 people attended the Bali, including people from Behrend College, the community and various military units from around the area.

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

Soup Cans For Kids Behrend's Top of the Hill Club has been collecting Campbell's Soup labels and Giant Eagle cash register receipts to benefit Dielh Elementary School. According to TOTH president Tom Wilkinson, the club hopes to collect enough cash register receipts to earn an Apple computer for Diehl, Behrend's adopted school. Students may place the receipts and labels in the boxes decorated by Diehl students. Boxes are located in the Reed Building, the Computer Center, the Nick Building, and the laundry rooms. More boxes will be available soon. The Top of the Hill Club is a student organization for nontraditional (23 and older) students.

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

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

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

Publication Title: Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

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

Love Rob Rob f s Top Five by Rob Prindle The Collegian recently employed the powerful and world-renowned Gallop Polling Company to conduct a survey. You may wonder how a small college newspaper like the Collegian could gain the employ of such a powerful polling facility. Lest you think that this newspaper is without contacts with important people, just consider our new office which contains well over five square feet of space and is located conveniently between the Backroom and the Boiler room. That should show you something about the power of the press at Behrend. So, the guys of Gallop were only too happy to help me out when I asked them to conduct an opinion poll on the popularity of some important, well known people. The poll also showed that 87 percent of the people who acknowledged themselves to be "Red Necks" had opinions that were too stupid to be counted in a scientific poll. The results are in and some of them are quite shocking. For instance, did you know that 91....

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

Opinion Editorial Your Right Tonight at 8 pm, in the Reed Building's Winter Garden, a group of students, faculty and staff will be conducting a public reading of Salman Rushdie's controversial book, "The Satanic Verses." The First Amendment states that, "Congress shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or of the right of the people to peaceably assemble..." "The Satanic Verses" is said to contain passages that are offensive to the Moslem religion. This may be so, but in a democratic society, Rushdie has the right to publish his book - just as those who are offended by the book have a right to speak out against it. The reading tonight is not being held to laud Rushdie's fiction, nor it is not being held as a statement of hate towards the Ayatollah Khomeini. The reading is taking place as a show of support for an individual's right to freedom of expression. The same right that I am employing by writing this editorial. Richard G. Cain Assistant E...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

Dave Takes it on the Chin I am very surprised that h'i like the people here so much, since we are actually pathetic enough to be living here in the first place. I wish Mr. Friend the best of times in State College, that mecca of civilization. The theatres there take 4 months instead of 2 to get "good first-run movies." The airport terminal would fit in your residence hall room, and there are plenty of trendy, over-priced stores to shop in. Centre County teams with political controversy, and you can keep up with it all by reading the Centre County Times. It is a newspaper famous for its relentless coverage of hotly debated local issues like whether or not teenagers should be allowed to cruise College Avenue. For hard core television news, tune in to WJACJohnstown, the station "serving western Pennsylvania from high atop the Allegheny Mountains." If, for some reason, Mr. Friend gets bored, not to worry...metropolitan Bellefonte is only 10 minutes away. Also, people in State Co...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

Letters to the Editor Pro-Choice Advocates Dear Editor Efforts are currently underway to fill a bus with Pro-Choice advocates bound for the April 9th March for Women's Lives in Washington D. C. The march is intended to remind President Bush and the United States Congress that the majority of Americans continue to support a women's right to choose in the matter of continuing her pregnancy to full term. This legal right, established since 1973, is threatened now more than ever Anti-Choice voices are loud and their cause is •well-financed. Though , they represent the minority of public opinion nation wide, they enjoy the sympathy and support of the White House. Those of you who believe that a woman's right to choose should be maintained must now take a more active role. We urge you to attend the march, or, if you cannot attend yourself, to sponsor a marcher by contributing the $30 needed for bus transportation Anyone interested can call 734-5526 or 734-5467 for further info...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 15 March 1989

Easy to Be a Critic Dear editor, Everybody is a critic, I am no exception. All throughout life people judge and comment on many things, most of which they have a limited knowledge, understanding, or interest in. People are happy to tell what is wrong but seldom think to offer a better idea. If they happen to contemplate the subject of ridicule they fail to produce an alternative. They continue their mediocre life with the illusion they accomplished something simply by criticizing. WRONG! David Friend wrote a rather opinionated article last issue dealing with undesirable aspects of Erie. He voiced several areas he felt fell short of what such a worldly man should expect from a city. On the list of shortcomings were telecommunications, politics, the mall, and social recreation (drinking). I do not argue the fact of his validity, but more so his attitude toward the situation. This is a prime example of "a critic". He points his finger, then leaves. We receive criticism but no o...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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