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

Disarmament from Pa g e i advance. The Soviets have met steel and are retreating," Taylor concluded Taylor is the chief operating officer and director of political/military studies at Georgetown. Until his recent retirement, he served as a professional soldier for 27 years. Among his latest books are "The Future of Conflict in the 80s," "American National Security: Policy and Process" and "Strategic Responses to Conflict in the 1980s." Musil brought his added experience as the education director of the SANE Educational Fund and as a lecturer in American studies at Temple University, where he also teaches an honors course on nuclear disarmament. He is co-producer and host of SANE_'s nationallysyndicated public affairs radio program, "Consider the Alternatives," which is broadcast by 150 stations coast-to-coast each week. Musil, a former Army captain and instructor at the Defense Information School (Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Indiana), is a former associate of the Center for Natio...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 March 1989

Ask Louanne - The Collegian Advice Column by Dr. Louanne Barton, Psychologist This week: Chocoholic Help i Dear Louanne, Is there such a_ thing as a chocoholic? I have this insatiable desire for chocolate. I go out of my way -to get it and spend lots of money on it. I'm afraid of gaining weight. My friends say, "just quit buying ft", but it's not that easy. I think I need a Chocoholics Anonymous. Signed, A Chocolate Lover Dear Chocolate Lover, x You're hitting close to home. I'm sure many of you have spotted me more than once at the RUB desk, or buying one of Clay's magnificent giant chocolate chip cookies. Yes, I think it is possible to become addicted to chocolate, but I suspect it is more of a psychological addiction than a physiological one _^, ' .. _r I've read that there are three things which cause endorphins to be released in the brain: the runner's high, chocolate, and falling in love. (Endorphins are natural substances released in the brain that create a sense of eup...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 March 1989

Features Oh NO, Spring Fashions Here Come the New by Mark Owens Collegian Staff Writer Well, it's that time of year when mutant people glide down ramps showing off this year's impossible fashions. I say mutant because models are folks that would look good in rain capes made from 1967 Volkswagen seat covers and impossible because models are the only people that can fit and look good in 1989's Spring _Fashions. spring. The well-dressed man, woman or it who isn't sure what it is will be wearing lots of floral print or paisley. Shirts, blouses, skirts, pants, ties, socks, underwear — nothing goes untouched by this trend. The main thing to remember is "more is better, but tacky is best." If you have a tie done in tasteful paisley, it's blah. But, if you have a tie that looks like six blind painters wiped their brushes on it while redoing, say, the Cistine Chapel, well.... Jump Suits - A definite trend is afoot towards jump suits, probably backed by a mechanics lobby. They com...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 March 1989

Mark Owens As a public service to the Collegian's readers, I've decided to let you in on this year's spring styles early. 1989 can be summed up in two words: Obnoxious and Contradictory. Here are the Five Fashion Trends for 1989: Neon - Once again, bright basic colors, are in vogue. Fluorescent clothes were prominent in the early 80's but were taken off the market by orders of the Surgeon General, who reported they were the leading cause of blindness in people over the age of 21. After the Surgeon General found something else that caused blindness (Twinkies in this case), neon clothing was off the hook and made their recmergence into the fashion world. The bright colors are used in stripes, plaids, solids, liquids and some gases. Those not wearing neon fashions are encouraged to invest in dark sunglasses or, in extreme cases, where one is spending a Saturday afternoon in a mall surrounded by teenage shoppers clad in fluorescent fashion, nuclear warhead testing goggles. Flowe...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 March 1989

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

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

Steroid Suicide Get Fit Now by Brian Nelson Collegian Staff Writer This is the article you've all been waiting for. The one where this health nut raps steroid use. Well, I hate to disappoint you, but you've probably already heard every one of the negative raps anyway. Instead of lecturing, I'd like to present some of the alternative (legal) products that are available that can give you steroid results. Of course, some of you are so thick headed that you'd still use steroids even if God came down and told you not to. The thing that amuses me most about some of the guys that come into my health store is their lack of common sense. They balk at the prices of my natural steroid replacement kits which average around $120.00 at the most. But yet they'll pay the oversized monkey at their gym well over $200.00 for a six week supply of steroids that are probably nothing but cheap garbage mixed in a bathtub somewhere in Mexico. Well, enough already, I promised I wouldn't preach. Fir...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 March 1989

Spring Fashion contd. from previous page pile-ups by distracting motorists. And that's it for spring. Of course, designers are already at work for summer, fall and the apocalypse, as there is a huge demand to be in style. In fact, fashion designers just know that people will wear anything they say so as not to be considered fashion-less twerps. My spies in the Fashion Underworld (two janitors named Phyllis and Leroy) tell me they plan to test the public this summer to see how stupid they really are. Expect the following fashion statements: Cowboy - plaid shirts that would scare a snake into a coma, big inflatable hats and over-the-waist boots will appear in July. Pat Boone - Look at Pat Boone.'Nuffsaid? Rocky and Bulhvinkle - Headgear and bathroom slippers. Madonna - Anything she would wear during a full moon. Hones. Join me next time as I explore the National Enquirer's Swimsuit Issue.- You know - the one with the sexy threeheaded_'alien centerfold. -

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 March 1989

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

S ADD VldeO from page 1 Van Buren played the role of the girl in the casket. "It feels good, I hope it will be beneficial and cause people to realize the penalties of drunken driving. If it helps one person, then it would of done its job," Van Buren said of her involvement in the video. Officer Todd Allen wrote the script with the intention of spreading awareness to • the students. Allen, a member of the college's Health Advisory Board, explained that the story line is intentionally direct so that viewers understand the dangers of driving under the influence. Allen filed for the grant used to create the video in the spring of 1987. S.A.D.D. was awarded the grant in September 1987 from the Department of Education's Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education. The grant allowed the advisor to film a video last month on designated drivers as well as the video segments. These segments will also be a part of S.A.D.D._'s program to present the message of the perils indivi...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 March 1989

Recognition Offered for Outstanding Faculty seriously both inside and outside the classroom," said Dean Lilley of the awards. Winners are selected by a committee consisting of faculty, studeirts_^_and ihe-previous year's winners. Anyone can nominate an eligible faculty member. The deadline for the applications, which are available in the library, is April 10. Faculty receiving the Excellence in Teaching Award are eligible every other year. Recipients of the Excellence in Academic Advising Award may receive the award only once. by Mark Owens Collegian. Staff Writer Dr. Robert Tauber and Dr. John Gamble are winners of the Exoettence"iirAxadenuc Advismgr and Excellence in Teaching Awards, respectively. The Excellence in Teaching Award was initiated in 1969 to recognize the Behrend faculty member who best "fills the roll of an inspired and committed teacher." Any faculty member who has taught full time at Behrend for at least two years is eligible. Gamble, this year's recipient,...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 March 1989

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

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Publication Title: Collegian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 March 1989

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

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

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

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

Sports NCAA Tourney Sweet Sixteen by Michael Cifelli Collegian Staff Writer Midwest Regional (at Minneapolis, Minn.) Illinois vs. Louisville: Battle and the fightin' Illini are known for plenty of high flying dunks. But, even more devastating is their intelligent play on the court which is orchestrated by poini guard Steve Bardo. Illinois' game has been sparked with the return oi Kendall Gill. A concern for the Louisville Cardinals has to be the Illinois defense which has forced 35 turnovers and allowed only 41 percent shooting from the floor. Cardinal hopes for advancement lie solely in the hands of Pervis Ellison and Labradford Smith. Missouri vs. Syracuse: These two teams met in Novembei at the NTT Big Apple Tournament's title game. The Orangemen wot that contest 86-84, behind the play of Sherman Douglas. The key foi Syracuse in this match-up is Derrick Coleman, who has a bad back, His second round comeback of 12 points and seven rebounds has seemed to spark the Orange at...

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

Lady Lions' Softball New Coach Takes the Field by John Musser Collegian Staff Writer It's a new season for the Lady Lions' softball team and they have a new coach to guide them through it. "I'm very excited to be here," said first-year coach Brett Banker, "I'm fully committed to building a quality softball program." Banker, who also is Sports Information Director here at Behrend, spent his last three years at NCAA Division II Springfield (Mass.) College as an assistant coach. Before that, he was varsity head coach at Hanover High School (New Hampshire) for three years where his teams qualified for the state tournament all three years. He has also coached summer, fast-pitch American Softball Association teams for seven years. Banker, a Hanover native, is a graduate of Springfield College, where he played baseball. At Springfield, Banker earned a Bachelor of Science degree and a Masters in Education. The new coach is ready to take Behrend to a new level. "I very much respect w...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 22 March 1989

Club Volleyball Action by Missy Mace Collegian Staff Writer A hot gym with six people on each side sacrificing their bodies to keep a ball from contacting the floor and trying to place the ball on the floor of the opponent's. The sport is volleyball and the Men's Volleyball Club plays it as well as any other. Scott Olsen and Mark Shreck organize practice every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday nights for a couple of hours. They also organize playing time for each player as any coach would do. The team consists of many soccer players along with other talented players. Tom Kerf and Chris Prince serve as captains and both are setters who take control of the game. Chris mostly sets from the back row and also hits powerfully from the middle front row position. He is also perfecting a jump serve. Tim Wilson hits well from the middle and newcomer Doug Hanes handles the outside. Rick Rohall, Kevin Hess, Tim Hepinger, Greg Mellquist and Olsen are all strong outside hitters. Matt Gallag...

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