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page 2 - The Behrend College Beacon - September 24,1998
New organization forms
for education majors
By Anne Rajotte
editor in chief
Behrend’s education majors now
have a new organization to turn to.
A chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, a na-
It’s something different.
We didn’t have anything
for education majors
Jill Forsman. member of Kappa Delta Pi
tional education fraternity, has re
cently been recognized by the Stu
dent Government Organization.
Jill Forsman, 03 elementary edu
cation, is a founding member of the
organization. “It’s something differ
ent. We didn’t have anything for
education majors,” she stated.
Kappa Delta Pi plans to get edu
cation majors involved with pro
grams such as adopt-a-school, where
Behrend students have the opportu
nity to tutor elementary aged chil-
Part time positions, to work on an as needed basis in educational facility for children with
developmental disabilities. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., daycare hours are 7:00 a.m. to
9:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
High School diploma, valid PA driver’s license and Acts 33/34 clearances are required. If
interested please submit a letter of interest and/or resume to:
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Currently, the organization has
about 25 members, mostly education
majors and psychology majors, ac
cording to Forsman. Some of the
members are involved in the five
year Behrend education program. In
this program, students complete a
four-year degree at Behrend and re
ceive their teaching certification
through another year of classes at
Mercyhurst College. Some of the
members plan to transfer to Univer
sity Park to complete their educa-
Joining Kappa Delta Pi will give
an education major “a lifetime mem
bership to a well-known, highly re
spected organization,” commented
The group’s next meeting is Octo
ber 6 at 8:00 in the Reed Building.
Fliers will be posted with more in
formation. Interested students can
contact advisors Dr. Kathryn Wolfe,
associate professor of French, or
Mrs. Marcia Janson, lecturer in edu
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>9/18/98 No water. Officer passed this on to Housing and Food Service
>9/19/98 Observed three skateboarders in front of Porcupine Hall. Explained the policy
irohibiting skateboards on University property. Names added to the list of those warned.
>9/20/98 Someone setting off fireworks near Perry Hall. Officers staked it out and found
lothing. RA in Perry said she heard it in the basketball courts. Will give special attention.
>9/21/98 Bat in lobby of Erie Hall. Individual didn’t know what to do. The grade nines
lelped get it out.
•9/22/98 Complainant reported what appeared to be either a fight, or two kids screwing
round in Nick 156. Upon checking found a boyfriend and girlfriend horsing around.
>9/22/98 Request access into the tree house. When officer arrived, individual was in. Service
19/22/98 Someone wrote on car with marker.
Rlice A.nd Safety
What was the worst
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“Good Will Hunting. I hate Matt
“I don’t go to the movies. They cost too
“Deep Impact. I waited 2 1/2 hours for
nothing. The planet was saved, and it
was too boring.”
“Armageddon. Bruce Willis and Ben
Affleck can’t act.”
“Godzilla. Stop making those movies!”
“City of Angels. Terrible ending!”
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-John Marguillen ,03 Histoi
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