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

Intramural participation on the rise by Robert Roth Collegian Sports Editor An important facet to Behrend athletics has always been the participation of students in the intramural sports program. Since September, aspiring athletes have taken part in a myriad of sport's activities ranging from the always popular volleyball, to the innovative ultimate frisbee. Student support has been up since last year and first-year intramural director Sarah J. Rose is pleased with the results, "it's great that there are some teams which follow through with every sport—the results have been an increase in participation." Volleyball's niche as the most popular of the intramurals has been carved out with 37 teams now competing in three different sections: male, female, and co-ed. The playoffs have begun this week and Rose has been impressed by the athleticism displayed through the course of the schedule. Rose points out that one of the more interesting competitions to observe was the recently ...

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

"Bike-Aid" to benefit the hungry The Overseas Development Network (ODN), a national student group involved in international development issues, is currently organizing a cross-coumrj bicycle trip this summer to increase awareness of world poverty and to raise money for self-help projects overseas and in the United States. The organizers hope to involve over 10,000 bicyclists in the ride, raising SI million dollars for selfhelp projects in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Appalachia, and for fellowships for students in these areas. Called Bike-Aid '86,.the crosscountry trek will begin on June 16 as groups depart from four West coast cities: Seatle, Portland, San Francisco, and Los AngelesAN Diego, and from Houston and Tampa on July 12. Participants can ride either, the entire 3,300 miles or for a shorter segment. All groups will cross the country, meet with people in local communities along the way, give informal presentations on development, and collect pledges as they go. The...

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

Annual banquet planned by Robert Roth Collegian Sports Editor The Annual Athletic Awards Banquet will be held May 4 at 1:00 Don't forget... Advance register (Behrend & U.P.) for Fall '86 April 7-25 in new Registrar's Office Behrend Building 113 p.m. in Erie Hall. The guest speaker this year will be Gary Borowy, a Behrend basketball alumni who is employed in Erie. As usual, . the afternoon highlight will be the presention of awards to the male and female scholar athletes, athlete of the year, and letters and team recognition awards. Behrend athletes are reminded that their parents will be invited to the banquet through the mail but Herb Lauffer, athletic director, stesses that, "students should ask their parents, which will give them that extra incentive to attend."

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

Cub's Scoreboard WOMEN'S SOFTBALL MEN'S TENNIS HEAD COACH: Jan Wilson April 1 Clarion University A 1pm 3 Buffalo State H 2:30 p. n 8 Thiel College A 2 p.-_^ 10 Grove City H 2p.rr 12 Geneva A 1p.m 17 Mercyhurst H 2p.m 19 St. Vincent H 1p.m 22 Allegheny A 2p.m 24 Gannon University H 2 p.m 26 Point Park A 2:15 p.m 29 Westminster H 2 p.m All Doubleheaders HEAD COACH- Doug Walbridge April 1 Grove City H 3 p.m 3 Thiel College A 3 p.m 5 Allegheny A 1 p.m 8 Westminster H 2 p.m 10 Geneva A 1 p.m 12 Malone College H 11a.m 13 Fairmont State H 2 p.m 17 Gannon University A 3 p.m. 18 Indiana (AP) H 3 p.m 22 Edinboro H 3 p.m 29 Slippery Rock H 3 p.m May 1 Mercyhurst A 3 p.m

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

Baseball review: the year of the neiv manager by Robert Roth Collegian Sports Editor Major League Baseball comes to a stinging start April 7, and my mind percolates with prognostication. Granted, I have some ungainly opinions but also a few stats to back them up so if you find yourself wondering who will win the American League East or any other division, you needn't wonder any longer. The answers are herein (with teams listed progressively from pennant winner down). The AL East, unarguably baseball's toughest division, is the wellspring of polemics among the pundits. Can the Yankees with an inexperienced manager outgun an always powerful Detroit and ever pesky Toronto. And what of those fiesty Orioles and the trenchant Red Sox? My word what a division, not even to mention Milwaukee and Cleveland (I may heed this rhetorical request). Quite simply, the Yankees will take the division. What team has a more potent offensive threat: Mattingly, Winfield, and Henderson. The pitchin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 April 1986

TV makes two-way course possible at Behrend University Relations—Students at Penn State-Behrend College in Erie are watching a lot of TV this semester. Compressed TV, that is. An advanced telecommunications link known as a T-l carrier and a new way of transmitting video are allowing students 200 miles away from their agriculture professor to ask and answer questions in class, in what is thought to be the first higher education use of the system. "Penn State has long been described as one university geographically dispersed. This new system, makes that statement relevant in a new and exciting way," says Marlowe Froke, general manager of the University Division of Media and Learning Resources. The T-l system and the compressed video technology are provided by Penn State's new Office of Telecommunications as the first prototype project in what is planned to be a statewide network linking all of the University's campus locations. Gary C. Schultz, administrative director of the off...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 April 1986

Congress's higher ed act struggles ahead WASHINGTON, D.C. (CPS)- Some call it akin to "putting socks on an octopus," some call ii fear, but by any description the government is having a terrible time fashioning a Higher Education Reauthorization Act of 1986. Which once was supposed to be called the Higher Education Reauthorization Act of 1985. "The climate is different this time," says Dallas Martin of the political struggle over the allimportant bill that will, sooner but probably later, set American higher education policy through the rest of the decade. Martin, head of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, ought to know. The widely respected educator virtually wrote the Higher Education Reauthorization act of 1980, timed to expire last Oct. 1, himself. Congress is supposed to pass such acts every five years, to "reauthorize" the giant federal student and college aid programs established in the original Higher Education Act of 1985. And when it ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 April 1986

SGA executives take office April 7 and 8 marked the 1986-87 Student Government elections. Doug Gainor edged _Alene Rhode for the Student Government Assocation presidential position. Gainor won the race by about 50 votes said incumbent president Doug Gerow. I was glad to see most of the offices having competition," Gerow said. About 15 percent of the student population participated in voting. Newly elected officers begin serving on May 11. Results are as follows: Doug Gainor-Student Government President Jim Stenger-Student Government Vice-President Ed Bailey-Resident Senator Mike Shanshala—Resident Senator Marilyn Lamore—Resident Senator Dallas Jacobs-JRC President Hank Purefoy-JRC Vice-President Judy Wolfe-ICC President Daryll Hill-Student Program ming Council President Janet O'Hare-Student Programming Council Vice-President Lori Rogosky—Commuter Senator Cindy Clark — Commuter Senator Mark Mann-Commuter Senator John Pugliano—Commuter Senator Ken Gornic—Commuter Council Pre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 April 1986

| n'Tl ft fT& ? _HTiB FH_^_BHIWB April 19 & 20 marks symposium on women and blacks p. 3 The Children's Hour staged p. 7 ROTC Rangers go air borne p. 10 Men's baseball p. 11

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 April 1986

_wuegian MAVAM 4 April 17, 1986 TlfflKyS _jfi Study: Business graduate degrees don't help everyone COLUMBIA, MO (CPS)~ lower-middle and lower classes earned just business bachelor's Middle-and lower-income earned as mcuh as their male degrees. students cam improve their earn- counterparts four to five years out MBAs, however, didn't help ining power dramatically by filing of school—half the sample had prove the earning power of away their business bachelor's BAs and half had MBAs. students from upper economic degrees and going on for master's "We think it's very gratifying classes. degrees in business administration finding equality (between the "Students from the upper (MBA), a new study has found. sexes) for the lower group," says group already have the skills and But the highly touted MBA Tom Dougherty, the University of cotacts necessary for success," doesn't help upper-middle and Missouri at Columbia manage- Dougherty says, "whereas the upper-income students earn much men...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 April 1986

Gainpiis jaotas --BEHREND STUDIO THEATRE production. of Utiiao Hetfnxari_'s "The Children's'Hoar" opens this week.. A. powerful drama, the play deals with tfee tragic results of a taalkipus rumor tha£ circulates through a girls' ; _boardlng school.-Free 'preview is scheduled for 8 p.m_^ _Thursday April !?„ on a ftrsr-cpine.> first-seated basts.. Doors will open at .7:30. _Tfce shove opens ;to : _tfee f _wblic at 8 p,oi. April 18, with additional _performasces April .19,24,25 and 26 at 8 _piniu and April 27. at 2:30 p.m. For ticket _tHformadon,.ca!] 89S-633J. ' ' ¦" ' : -ADVANCED REGISTRATION for Fall semester 1986 is under way, through April 25, in the .Registrar's Office, Behrend 114. Students are reminded they must have new ID "photos taken ia the Registrar's Office before they advance register. ' .. " -CONTINUING EDUCATION is offering a \_wrksnop titled "Fundamentals of Office _Autom_^iion" ax _adduced price Tor staff members. The workshop will be held on . campus - ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 April 1986

X-l Camer continued from page 1 faculty as well. It is a two-way system that provides a agriculture class via T-l.' 'We can ask questions durwealth of new possibilities," Burke adds. ing class and get an immediate answer," he says. Plans call for Behrehd College to deliver courses in "Discussion goes back and forth asjf this were a electrical engineering, adult education and others, normal class with the professor right here." says Froke. he adds that the T-l won't be limited to Outside class, Behrend students receive assistance instructional usage. It can be a means of video con- from the designated proctor, Mary Beth Peterson, ferencing administrative commitee meetings, student coordinator of Behrend's career placement office _, programs, staff development meetings, seminars and "It takes a while to get used to being in front of a other activities between the two campuses, he says. camera," says Ron Biebel, freshman agricultural "This will aid in the research and development...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 April 1986

SATURDAY, APRIL 19 9:00 a.m. Registration 9:15 "Civil Rights Today: Balck Women and the Law," a discussion of the inadequcy of the Civil Rights Act in fighting employment discrimination against black women, by Ray McCoy. 10:30 Presentation of the film "Woza Albert," a two-man stage drama about the street and home life of black South Africa. 11:15 "A Historical Appraisal of Women's Contributions to the Struggle Against Racial Oppression in South Africa," a presentation by Siyabonga Ndabezitha. 12:45 p.m. "Panel Discussion on Apartheid: What Should Be Done?" Panelists will include Behrend provost and dean Dr. John Lilley; Mary Fioied of the Free South Africa Association of Erie; Larry Young, director of the Paul Robeson Cultural Center at Penn State; Donald Rung, chairman of the Perm State University Senate and Chairperson of the President's Committee on Responses to Apartheid; and representatives of the Black Student Coalition Against Racism. 2:30 Student presentations of poetry, f...

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