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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

Collegian World Exclusive!! Elvis Presley Spotted in Erie Area The Collegian has long attempted to quell rumors that Elvis Presley remains alive, but we recently received some astounding proof of this supposition. Collegian Photographer Marybeth Zawistoski recently snapped this photo capturing Elvis while on a hike at Shade's Beach. "I was so shocked," said Zawistoski. "I looked up and not a thousand feet in front of me I saw him. He was just sitting there in the woods eating his lunch." • • ReportedlyElvis appeared to be eating jelly doughnuts and drinking Gatorade. Zawistoski admits Elvis is difficult to pick out in the photo but says, "If you look real closely at the top of the picture, you can see him sitting under a pine tree. He's kind of in the middle-left part of the picture. His white jump suit just caught my eye. He looked older and fattef, " but it was definetely Elvis."

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

Wellness Week Activities by Cindy Craig Collegian Staff Writer Next week will be Wellness Awareness week and Behrend's Health Advisory Board, headed by Patty McMahon, has filled it with events, ranging from workshops by the co-author of Pennsylvania's underage drinking law to an auto demolition. The third annual Wellness Week will focus on all aspects of wellness. "It's not just all diet and exercise. There are a lot of things going on in our lives that we need to be aware of, so by doing different types of programs we can raise people's consciousness that there are other things you have to look at — your attitude, stress level, use of alcohol....," said McMahon. Ron Hansis, coach of the Erie Panthers, and the Behrend Pep Band will open the ceremonies at noon on Monday. A strength training and power lifting demonstration will be given by the Behrend Barbell Club at 4 that afternoon in Reed 117. ~ A mock trial, entitled "Guilty as Charged? - Driving Under the Influence" will ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

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Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

Copies of the fall schedule of classes are available in the Registrar's Office.

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

News Behrend Briefs Orientation Leaders Needed Anyone interested in helping new students by being an Orientation Leader should pick up an application in the Student Government Office or the Office of Student Services. Applicants must be energetic, willing to work with new students, creative, have leadership abilities, and be able to return on Wednesday, April 16. Presque Isle Audobon Society All are welcome to attend the Presque Isle Audobon Society's monthly meeting at Villa Maria College Lecture Hall at 7:30 pm on April 21. A lecture will focus on the PIAS's Conservation Committee. Fashion The Association of Black Collegians will hold their annual spring fashion show at 7 pm on April 22. Persons seeking more information should contact any club member. UP Housing If you are looking for off-campus housing at University Park there are packets available in the Office of Student Services. Ask for John Downey. Amnesty International Amnesty International meetings are held every...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

Dr. Geri Chavis Lectures on Family and Literature by Dana A. Grudzien Collegian Staff Writer Dr. Geri Giebel Chavis, editor, college professor, and psychotherapist, lectured Thursday March 23, 1989 on the link between literature and family relationships. The anthology, "Family: Stories From the Interior" edited by Chavis, features a variety of short stories focusing on various aspects of family relationships. Presently she is developing a second anthology on family relationships through another literature medium — poetry. Commenting on the link between literature and family life, Chavis began, "Experts from all different directions have a personal investment in this topic." Historians see the changes and trends in family life, theologians discuss family life as it appears in Biblical texts, psychologists view the changes in the family life cycle, and family theorists and counselors and theorists see the overt and subtle roles of the family, explained Chavis. In today's soc...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

Lambda Sigma Society Announces New Members by _Traci Fenton Collegian Staff Writer The Alpha Eta Chapter of the Lambda Sigma Society recently announced its new members. The sophomore honor society admits only the top ten percent of the freshmen class. A formal banquet will be held at Raymond's Restaurant for the induction of the following new members: Richard Barger, Michele Beisler, Phoebe Bonfardine, Michael Buchheit, Lynn Case, Kim demons, Pam Caudell, Dawn Davis, Traci Fenton, Deborah Fisher, Gwen Gaiser, Matthew Gallagher, John Gizdic, Kaleen Hanby, Megan Iverson, Bob Jackson, Cindy Kurt, Paul Michaud, Cheri Reed, Tanya Rucher, Ginni Schwartz, Steve Spadaccino, Tiffany Spence, Darrell White, and Calandra Matthews. The society which was founded on March 6, 1979 in Atlanta, Georgia. It came from the National Society of Cwens, a women's honor society founded in 1922. Currently, there are 32 Lambda Sigma Society chapters at various universities and colleges in Pennsylvania,...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

The Collegian Published weekly by the students of Behrend College, Erie Pa 16563 (814) 898-6488 Member of College Press Service Editor....James Martin Assistant Editor....Richard G. Cain News Editor....Maria Plaza Feature Editor....Rob Prindle Entertainment Editors....Nan Quatchak and Vail Weller Sports Editor....Todd J. Irwin Photo Editor....Marybeth Zawistoski 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
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

Racial Tension Low at Behrend by Jennifer Rose Collegian Staff Writer Although there has been increasing racial tension at many Pennsylvania universities, Behrend has had no major racial incidents.At Temple University in Philadelphia, the emergence of skin-heads and an Association of White Collegians/set off protests. At Penn" State,' racial problems came to a peak with a smear campaign against the black Student Government President, Seth Williams and threats to other minorities. The university "is ineffective in dealing with racial incidents and problems," said Williams. Behrend administrators and students hope that this campus won't need to deal with incidents such as those at Penn State. Administrators hope to increase racial tolerance through effective cultural awareness programs including Kim and Reggie Harris with, .music- containing retrospectives on black history, Shirley Chisolm, a leader fo the Congressional Black Caucus; and civil rights activist Julian Bond. Ther...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

Race Relations Group by Rob Prindle "We are all racist to some degree — every single one of us, white, black, or any minority." If the answer to that question bothers you, or if you are bothered that you cannot answer it, you may want to join, or attend a meeting of a new Behrend organization. The second organizational meeting for a Behrend group concerned with racial relations on campus took place Tuesday night. The group settled on the name Council on Civil Rights. The small core of students and faculty felt that the flexible name would give them both the freedom to take on all forms of civil unease and also the ability to tackle the immediate Campus problem of Black and White race relations. President of student organizations John Downey, minority councilor Biddy Brooks and Dr. Diana George were all in attendance for the organizational discussion. The core of students is approximately half black and half white. David Kravetz; is presently heading the council. The council ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

Behrend To Become All-Male School by Butch A group of alumni, trustees and faculty, led by Penn State Football coach Joe Paterno has worked out and lobbied for a plan that would turn Behrend into an all male college. The plan states that this could be accomplished by the end of summer recess. The plan also calls for all female students presently attending Behrend to be placed in the Shullykill campus. If coeds have a problem with the move, the plan states that Penn State will aid them in gaining admission to J.H. Thompson Haircutting and Styling Academy. When questioned about the radical plan, Patemo said "In this highly competitive world, men really need to live with other men without the distraction of women. Real men need to spend more time with other men." When asked why he chose Behrend for the experimental school, Paterno said "Look buddy, If you keep asking me these stupid questions I'm going to show you how I got such bad eye sight." Behrend Dean Lilly could not be r...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

Scuba Club Visits Florida by Keith Massing The Behrend Scuba Club spent Spring Break in the Florida Keys. The club traveled by train from Erie to Miami and then by van to Tavernier Key. There were usually two dives per day, one in the morning or afternoon and another in the evening. When not diving, members visited beaches, stores, and other interesting places in the Keys. The weather was cooperative and the divers were able to get in several days of great diving. The club usually dove reefs, but they also did one wreck dive, a Coast Guard Cutter sunk in about 120 feet of water to make an artificial reef. A video was made of several of the dives and copies are available. Members stayed in the Tropic Vista Motel and dove from a boat rented from the Florida Keys Dive Center. At recent club meetings, members have discussed changing their constitution, taken nominations for a new president, and worked on fund raisers. The club will hold a car wash on April 1 and a dance with a l...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

Police and Safety by Laura A. Weaver Collegian Staff Writer-Arrests are pending State Police reports after marijuana, marijuana plants, pipes and drug paraphernalia were seized in Niagara Hall during a March 23 drug search by Police and Safety officers. Police and Safety obtained a search warrant after an anonymous caller reported smelling marijuana. All evidence was sent to the State Police for analysis. Aluminum cans, valued between $15 and $25, were stolen from collecting boxes in Erie Hall and the Reed and Nick buildings Monday night. The boxes had been placed in the buildings by the Vet's club to raise money by recycling the cans. Two broken windows were reported on March 22. The vandalism occurred on the east side door of Dobbins and the north hallway of the Science Building. Two recent thefts mark the usual increase of crime as the end of the semester nears. Sometime between 3:30 and 4:20 on March 20 a backpack with contents valued at $145 was stolen from an unlocked ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

ROTC Holds Leadership Lab by Lori Beals While many people were still in bed, almost 80 ROTC cadets lined up at the 9 am formation that began Behrend ROTC's first Spring Leadership Lab. After marching over to classrooms in the Science building, freshmen and sophomore cadets received practical military instruction by junior ROTC cadets. The juniors taught hands-on classes on assembly and disassembly of the M-16 rifle and the M-60 machine gun. The cadets also observed the use of the Claymore mine, Light Anti-Tank Weapon, and the ANPRC-77 radio. They were given classes on camouflage, rank structure, wearing of the BDU (Battle Dress Uniform), and how the Army searches and processes enemy prisoners of war. "The Leadership Lab seemed to be informative. The juniors were well prepared to give talks about different topics. I learned an awful lot overall," said freshman cadet Penelope Schack. After the classes were finished, the cadets got a special treat ~ pizza and pop, instead of th...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

WPSE Looks For a Station Manager by Cristin Hayes Collegian Sraff Writer Ownership of the former WEYZ-AM 1450 radio station was officially transferee! to Behrend on Wednesday, March 1 and the station, renamed WPSE, is due to go on the air on May 1. The transfer of AM 1450 to Behrend came as the result of a $250,000 gift of the station and equipment from Burbach Broadcasting Company in December 1988. Behrend contributed an additional $50,000 for facilities, other equipment, and a salary for a station manager. Installation of the station's equipment in the new office on the first floor of the Reed Building began on March 13. "Every day we move two steps forward and one step back, but we are making steady progress," said Dr. Chris Reber, Dean of Student Services and director of the station's start-up operation at Behrend. The process of hiring a station manager is in its final stages. Canidates were interviewed the week of March 19, and the manager will be appointed in early Ap...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

Smokers To Pay Penalty by Bill Warner Collegian Staff Writer Penn State University today unveiled phase II of its new smoking policy, which details penalties, including mandatory attendance at nicotine awareness workshops, for those smokers caught lighting up within Penn State buildings. According to a recent memorandum from the Provost and Dean, John M. Lilley, "Enforcement responsibility rests with 'group leaders' in openly assigned areas (classrooms, laboratories, and seminar/meeting rooms) and with supervisors of individual office, administrative and general work areas." Phase II sets specific penalties for students, staff and faculty found in violation of the policy. "Group leaders" will, upon witnessing infractions, assign one NICO-POINT to each offender. When any smoker's NICO-POINTS total three they are automatically referred to a Nicotine Awareness Workshop, sponsored by Penh State and the National Cancer Center. Attendance at these workshops is mandatory and is cal...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

JRC Cook-Off Apartment residents dished out their best for the first Joint Residence Council (JRC) Apartment Kitchen Cook-Off on Thursday, March 23 in the Apartment Community Center. Entries in main dish and dessert categories were judged by John Downey, Coordinator of Student Activities; Pam Peter, JRC vice president; Clay Belgie, Wintergreen Cafe manager; Elvage Murphy and Ken Miller, Residence Life Coordinators; and S.G.A. president Steve McGarvey A microwave oven was awarded to Shirley Connor, winner in the main dish category. Second-place winner in the main dish category was Frank Kurta. Kurta received a slow cooker for his efforts. Michelle Grasmick was awarded a $25 Loblaws gift certificate for third place. In the dessert category, Connor was once again the winner, taking home a mixer. Tammy Furyesz won a cooking dish for second prize and thirdplace winner Damon Gray won a $25 Loblaws gift certificate. "I was extremely pleased with the number of participants and varie...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

Love Rob April 3rd Fools by Rob Prindle I like salt a lot. I like salty, greasy wings with a passion. Buffalo style, hot, screamers, butter and garlic. I like deep fried, fat-filled, artery hardening unhealthy wings and they are killing me. I also like beer. The alcohol is rotting my body and the beer itself is making me fat. I like things that hurt me. I am a true masochist. I would fight to the death to preserve my right to kill myself with alcohol, fat and salt. As I write this article I can look at my left hand and see the KR insignia that has branded me. With that stamp of black ink, which I purchased for $3.75 at the King's Rook Club, I was entitled to graze to my hearts content and demise at the all-you-can-scarf wing and greasy pizza bonanza. Yahoo. The beer was extra, of course. I also believe that I should be able to smoke. I believe that any time I want to puffin a cigarette, I mean a real powerful cigarette like Camels or Marlboro, I should be able to. You would ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 30 March 1989

Non-Smokers Empathize With Smoker's Plight Dear editor, With an effective date of April 1st, it would be tempting to dismiss Behrend's new smoking policy as an elaborate April Fool's joke. It is not. However, along the way it has made a joke out of some cherished American principles such as tolerance and freedom of choice. The decision by the powers that be in their ivory towers to ban smoking in all indoor areas has been undertaken, ostensibly, in defense of the public health. We applaud their concern, public health should always be of the highest priority. Furthermore, we agree that second hand smoke is, in fact, a proven risk to the public health, and indeed we also agree that non-smokers have every right to be protected from this risk. This new policy certainly accomplishes that but along the way it tramples on the American citizen's right to freely pursue a legal activity. The real question here is whether a total ban on indoor smoking is necessary to accomplish the goa...

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