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Parking Permit Side: As of Moiday. November 1;
1993 fall parking permits will be reduced to half price for
the rest of the semester. The reduced_price will be
reflected in the spring permits if bought between
November 1 and December 1. For more information, call
terry Silvis at Police and Safety.
Attention Worms: A mgnun on Depo Plovers., the
newest form of ciontraception; will be presented on
Thursday, Octobee2.B, from 12:15-1 p.m. in the Reed
Lecture Hall. The session is free and is open to all
students.A light luncheon will be provided compliments
of Uplohn Pharmaceutical.
Women's Film Series: presents "Sweetie" at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, November 2, in the Reed Lecture Hall.
Admission is free.
MBA Panel Discussion: The MBA program will host
a coffee hour and panel discussion for prospective
graduate students at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, October 30, in
the Reed Lecture Hall. Registration and refreshments will
be available at 10 a.m. For information or to make
reservations, call the Office of Graduate Admissions at
Fashion Show: The Association of Black Collegians
will bring us the best of the 19705, 80s and 90s with their
fashion show, "Once Upon A Time," to be held in the
Wintergreen Cafe on Saturday, October 30, at 8 p.m.
Admission is $3. For more information, call Student
Activities at x 6171.
Speaker Series Debate: Edward Rollins, one of H.
Ross Perot's national campaign managers, and Bob
Beckel, Walter Mondale's national campaign manager, will
debate the Clinton presidency's first year on Wednesday,
November 3, at , 13 pm. in Erie Hall: Admission is free.. '
Sweet Daddy's World : on Tuesday, November 9,
will have homosexuality as the topic. It will be held in the
Wintergreen Cafe. Be there!
ALAS Meeting: The Organization of Latin America* •,
Students' meetings are on Sunda 9:14 p.m. in Tigress
Hall. For more information, contiteYadira (x 6854, bob •
Study Abroad Deadline: Deadline for applying for
semester or full year study abroad programs is Novel.
1. Contact Mari Trani& at x 6160. - -
Bowl.A-Thou: The Omicron Delta Kappa botror..4o6i4gr
will hold its annual Bowl-A-11m on Sunday, N , f k
14, at Eastland Bowling Lanes. All proceeds - at-1H
toward new books for the Behrend library, For
information contact Keith McFall at x 6840, or Breit
Casteel at x 6879. lc**
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Harassment by Communication
On Monday, October 18 at 4 p.m. a student received several harassing
phone calls. The case is under investigation.
On Monday, October 18 at 10:28 p.m. a student paced paper inside his
jack-o-lantern and set fire to it, causing the fire alarm system to
activate. Upon their arrival, police officers found smoke in the
resident's room and a strong odor of something burning.
Fire departments from Brookside, Lawrence Park, Belle Valley, and Kuhl
Hose responded, as did Medic 92. The pumpkin, which was found sitting
on a pile of clothing in the student's closet, was burnt out and no
damage had occurred. Charges are pending against the resident.
Between 7 a.m., Monday October 18, and 10:30 p.m., Tuesday October 19,
an unknown person(s) removed an end table from the lounge in the
Hammermill/Zurn Building. The incident is under investigation.
The SOC Budget Committee met on Tuesday, October 26 to allocate
available funds to campus organizations. They allocated over
$12,000 to organizations who submitted supplemental budgets.
An excellent opportunity to voice any concerns or problems to
SGA will be available in a few weeks to all Behrend students.
Each senator has been assigned 200 students to get in contact with
so the students have a direct voice on SGA. We are doing this to
attempt to involve a greater number of students with their
SGA will be co-sponsoring the HBO movie "And the Band Played
On" with Alpha Phi Omega and several other organizations during
the AIDS Awareness program on November 6.
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