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

news 3 General Motors makes financing easy for college graduates DETRIOT—General Motors Acceptance Corporation announced today a program to make financing a new General Motors Vehicle for graduating college seniors and graduate students. The 1986 GMAC College Graduate Finance Plan features assured credit approval at a favorable finance rate provided the graduate is employed or has a commitment for employment and has no derogatory credit references. Other features of this aggressive marketing plan for graduates, who are principally first-time car buyers, are: low down payment requirements and the option of deferring the first payment for 90 days after purchase or a S250 rebate. The rebate may be applied to the selling price or may be used as part of the down payment. "Our market research tells us that most graduates need dependable transportation as they begin their careers, yet they are hesitant to attempt to purchase a new vehicle due to their lack of credit experience. This ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 April 1986

Apr.. 17, 1986 MiimnS *_£ the campus club report by Charles Homyak Collegian Staff Writer below. They were given step by step instruction on Spirits were high as a group of students traveled to how to proceed down the twenty-five foot drop, Twenty Mile Creek, on the Pennsylvania-New York which was part of a large cement wall _, border, for a day of repelling instruction and Members of the ROTC and Jr. ROTC who were participation. experienced, make one quick repel down the twenty-All students of the college had been invited to at- five foot cliff and moved directly to the high cliff, tend this excursion. The Behrend ROTC group was which was part of a high arched tunnel. The brave joined, shortly after they arrived, by a Jr. ROTC who attempted this feat found themselves taking on group from McDowell High School. a height of 100 feet. The activities in which one could participate in- Besides repelling, one had the chance to cross a eluded repelling from a twenty-five foot cliff, ...

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

Sidebar: New act would make grants smaller, loans harder to get WASHINGTON, D.C. (CPS)-Congress appears ready to pass _z Higher Education Reauthorization Act later this yeai that would mak« it harder for students to get loans and cut the amount of grant monej they can get during the next five years. On March 3, the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources sent its version of the crucial act-S. 1985-to the full Senate, which is expected to approve it in May or June. The House had passed its own version-H.R. 3700-in December. After a joint congressional committee works out a compromise bill, it will return to both houses and to the President for final approval. Though present proposals seem far from final, Congress watchers say the Senate and House versions may be simililar enough for an easy compromise. Among the salient features of the bills, as they stood last week: —Both House and Senate versions would lower the maximum Pell Grands for eligible students. Now set at $2...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 April 1986

packages for borrowers whose GSL and NDSL loans exceed $7, 500. —The Senate committee would allow proprietary schools to participate in the College Work/Study program. And the House would allow Work/Study" funds to be used for private sector jobs, with businesses paying a larger percentage of the student's wage.

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

Student Opinion: Stop Library noise and walkway traffic This is my fifth year here at Behrend, and I will (finally) graduate this May. It has been my experience that many people find it hard to believe that anyone would want to spend their entire college career here. Well, you could do a lot worse than Behrend. I have enjoyed Behrend for its size, openness, and proximity to my home. This campus is growing fast, and in ten years, will be a fantastic college. I've seen a lot of change take place; most for the better, but there are still a few problems that are here year after year, and growing worse. I'd like to air a particular few of these that are, for me, posteriorly lodged sideways. First is the noise in the library. I just don't understand it. I have never been in a library, other than our own, where the main area was a social hall. Whoever heard of a library with a 'quiet study'? The entire library should be dead silent. There is a lounge just outside the library entran...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 April 1986

Why a conference on women and blacks? Kim Krynock Student Project Director of Symposium You may know that this weekend marks Behrend's Symposium in Celebration of Women and Blacks: Gifts, Goals, and Barriers. You may know that the conference is free and open to the public. You may know that the conference of April 19-20 has been planned by members of ABC, Roundtable, and Women Today. But what you may not know is how the conference involves YOU. While I was hanging posters publicizing the event recently, a student I know walked by. I know this person socially, but apparently not as well as I thought. The poster looked a little crooked to me, so I stopped him to get a second opinion. "What do you think?" I asked. He was taken by surprise, and not sure what I meant: "What do you mean? That? Oh, well, I don't care what they do." I, too, was caught off guard. "What do you mean they? This isn't they this is mel I don't know when or who it was that taught this person to see he worl...

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

onald Kaul We have a new crisis. Add it to the budget crisis, the crisis in education, the AIDS crisis and the crisis in Central America. It is the liability insurance crisis. Liability insurance, according to current hysteria, is out of control. Damage claims have skyrocketed and insurance rates with them. Insurance companies are dropping certain kinds of coverage and many doctors, particularly obstetricians, are giving up their professions to become garage mechanics. Things are that bad. "What we really need is a shortage of lawyers. Politicians are falling all over themselves in an effort to make things better. Some states have put caps on certain kinds of damage awards and a presidential commission has recommended restricting punitive damages and awards for "pain and suffering," as well as putting a limit on attorneys' fees. How dumb. It is as though a province in India noticed that an unusually high percentage of its citizens was being eaten by tigers and decided the ...

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

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

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

Collegian _^^S ¦ • ¦ **¦• _^ Student Opinion: Apartment residents don't need RA's supervision I am a senior here at Behrend and have never written an article for The Collegian, probably because I was convinced they would never publish it. I was shocked to see a 'student opinion' on, of all things, party habits, published. I have been a commuter, dorm student and apartment resident and over the years I have felt prompted to write about many injustices done to the students faculty and staff. Now I think I can sum up one of the major injustices against students properly. Coming from a fast-paced city environment I find Behrend's tranquility very satisfying. That's why I'm a senior here. There is, however, a lot of oppression going on. I'm refering to our social lives and disciplinary system. This does include the staff's archaic views on alcohol. Let's start at the top, the apart¬ ments. We started the year with six RAs, so out of 192 spaces six were filled at a cost to the u...

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

LJ OffCEiCI _IXCSUl continued from page 5 way to deal with the problem was to put a quota on the number of citizens each tiger could eat. Or to make illegal the allowing of one's self to be eaten by a tiger. Provinces in India don't do that. When they experience a tiger crisis they go right to the heart of the problem, which is a surplus of tigers. They stage a tiger hunt. In somewhat the same way, the root cause of our liability crisis is that we have too many lawyers. Possibly you've heard the story about the fellow who opened a law office in a town that had no lawyers and found he wasn't making a living? Until a second lawyer started a practice across the street, and there was more than enough buiness for both of them. That's lawyers; the more of them there are, the merrier they get. You think that's an exaggeration, don't you? Let me give you an example: About a year ago a fellow in Washington, D.C., bought a new BMW sedan from a dealer for $19,600. Shortly thereafter th...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 April 1986

Editorial Policy The Behrend Collegian's editorial opinion is determined by the Editor, with the Editor holding final responsibility. Opinions expressed on the editorial pages are not necessarily those of The Behrend Collegian, The Behrend College, or The Pennsylvania State University. Brown-Thompson Newspapers, the publishers of The Behrend Collegian , is a separate corporate institution from Penn State. Letters Policy: The Behrend Collegian encourages comments on news coverage, editorial policy and University affairs. Letters should be typewritten, double-spaced, signed by no more than two people, and not longer than 400 words. Students' letters should include the semester and major of the writer. Letters from alumni should include the major and year of graduation of the writer. All writers should provide their address and phone number for verification of the letter. The Collegian reserves the right to edit letters for length, and to reject letters if they are libelous or do...

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

Beware of too much fun in the sun heat cramps, or heat exhaustion. Heat Stroke occurs when ex cessive heat causes the body' ; sweating mechanism to be blocked. —Body temperature may be 10_€ degrees or above —The skin is hot, red, and dry —The pulse is rapid and strong —Victim may be unconscious —Heat stroke is a lifethreatening problem and immediate measure should be taken to cool the body —Songe the bare skin with cool water, apply cold packs continuously, or place in a tub of cold water (do-not add ice) until body temperature is down to 102 degrees. Take care not to overchill once body is cooled to 102. —Dry patient. Use fans or air conditioners to help in the cooling process. Health Center—Excessive heat —If temperature rises again, son to the hospital for intravenous may affect the body in several repeat cooling proces. fluids_, ways, resulting in heat stroke, Heat Exhaustion occurs when there is an excess loss of body fluids due to sweating and lack of appropriate flu...

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

Studio Theatre begins classic American melodrama University Relations—The destructive power of deceit will come dramatically to life in the Behrend Studio Theatre production of Lillian Hellman's "The Children's Hour" April 18, IS and 24-27. A classic American melodrama, "The Children's Hour" deals with the lives of two women who run a boarding school for girls. When one of their students circulates a malicious rumor about their affections for each other, tragedy results. Controversial when first performed in the 1930's, the play went on to establish Hellman as a major modern American playwright. It ran for 691 performances on Broadway. "I think 'The Children's Hour' is a very thought-provoking play," says Tony Elliot, Behrend Studio Theatre director and theatre instructor. "It's the kind of play where the audience is likely to come away with differing opinions of what happened and why." Behrend student and first-time Behrend Studio Theatre actress Gail Reese, of North East, ...

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

feature 8 Claire Berger, getting grey hairs and laughs by Jack Homer Collegian Staff Writer As opening acts go, few performers have had the privilege of having a musical group not sing as well as "The Tyme" did last Friday night. They were, indeed, in rare form. But they were just the prelude to Claire Berger's onewoman exercise in hilarity. Comedienne Claire Berger is a former member of the Second City Touring Company, a company that has spawned such talents as Joan Rivers, Bill Murray, Betty Thomas, Mary Gross and the late John Belushi. Claire played to a receptive audience of about fifty people arid the number increased as the show progressed. One of the first things Claire does when she gets into town to do a show is grab as many local publications as she can. She got a copy of The Erie Daily Times, various brouchures from the university and, of course, The Collegian. By doing this she makes her show more personalized than most. And within her short time at Behrend she h...

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