The Behrend beacon. (Erie, Pa.) 1998-current, November 05, 1998, Image 3

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SPC Movie: “The Mask ofZorro ” - 10p.m
ive Band, Goo Goo Dolls, 7p.m. Erie Hall
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The Office of Catholic Campus Min
istry invites all to attend their weekly
Catholic mass every Sunday at 8:00
p.m. in the Reed Commons.
Nov. 6,7, 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14 at 8
p.m. and Nov. 8 and 15 at 2:30 p.m.
Crimes of the Heart is the Pulitzer
Prize-winning play that established
playwright Beth Henley as a major
voice in the theatre. Tony Elliot, in
structor in theatre at Penn State Erie,
is directing the production. Set en
tirely in the kitchen of the Magrath
home in Hazelhurst, Mississippi, the
play examines the lives and loves of
the three sisters: Lenny, who at 30 is
the oldest; Meg, 27, the middle sis
ter; and Babe, 24, the youngest. As
the town looks on, Lenny does her
best to hold the family together, in
spite of destructive and even homi
cidal tendencies of her younger sis
ters. The production includes six
Penn Stale Erie students: Jamie
Lojewski. a sophomore liberal arts
major from Erie plays the oldest sis
ter, Lenny; Amanda Pieper, an under
graduate studies freshman from Lake
City is Meg, the middle sister; and
Nadia Drozda, an undergraduate stud
ies freshman from Pittsburgh, is Babe,
the youngest. Rounding out the cast
is Jessica Dows, a freshman science
major from Edinboro, who plays the
sisters’ cousin, Chick; Dallas Skeens,
a sophomore liberal arts major from
Erie, who plays Doc, Meg’s old boy-,
friend; and Josh Iszkula of Lake City,
who plays Babe’s lawyer, Barnette.
Tickets for the production are $3 for
students and $5 for general admission.
To make reservations, please call the
Studio Theatre box office at (814)
The Communications Club will hold
a panel discussion with previous Penn
State Behrend Graduates to talk about
job opportunities, relevant courses
they took here, and other helpful tips.
This meeting will take place Tuesday,
November 10th at 7:00p.m. in the
Reed Commons. For further infor
mation contact Lori Viola at 898-
Nationally known stock market ana
lyst, Ralph Acampora, will speak here
at Behrend on Thursday, November
12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Reed Lecture
Hall. Acampora has been the direc
tor of Technical Analysis at Pruden
tial Securities since 1990. His pre
sentation is entitled "Elves, Bulls, and
Bears.” Acampora is a regular panel
ist on the television show. Wall Street
Week with Louis Rukeyser, and is of
ten consulted for his opinion by the
Wall Street Journal, Barron's , Busi
ness Week and the USA Today. He
has appeared on the NBC Nightly
News, CNBC, CNN, CNN-FN and
other business stations. For more in
formation please contact the switch
board at 898-6000.
The Logan Wintergarden Series will
continue with a
performance by An die Musik, a
world-class chamber music ensemble
of strings, oboe, and piano, on Thurs
day. Nov. 12 at Penn State Erie, The
Behrend College. Guests are invited
to bring a brown-bag lunch to the
noontime concert, which
takes place in the Wintergarden of the
Reed Union Building. All perfor
mances in the Logan Series are free
and open to the public. An die Musik
draws its name from "To Music,"
Schubert's composition in praise of
song. The group, formed in 1976 by
pianist Constance Emmerich and vio
linist Eliot Chapo, now includes
Emmerich and violinist Frank Al
mond, cellist Daniel Rothmuller, vio
list Richard Brice, and oboist Ronald
Roseman. Its unusual combination of
instruments allows the ensemble to
explore a vast range and variety of
classical, romantic, and contemporary
music unmatched by more tradition
ally-configured ensembles. Music at
Noon: The Logan Wintergarden Se
ries at Penn State Erie brings world
class musicians to the college to per
form in an informal setting. The se
ries is made possible through a grant
from the Harry A. Logan, Jr. Founda
tion. For more information, please
contact the Penn State Erie Office of
Student Activities at (814) 898-6171.
Flu shots through the Health and
Wellness Office arc currently being of
fered to any student. The cost of the
injection is only $lO.OO. Students can
obtain the shot at any time, except
Wednesday mornings, or Friday after
noons, and are welcomed on a walk
in or appointment basis. This injec
tion fights the respiratory flu and com
bats fever, chills, headache, dry cough,
and muscle aches. Restrictions may
apply to individuals with particular al
lergies, or other medical conditions.
To obtain further information on this
injection, please contact the Health and
Wellness Center at 898-6217.
The Office of Police and Safety the
Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority and
Omnicron Delta Kappa are continu
ing their yearlong clothing drive to
benefit those in need. The groups will
continue to collect items through Fri
day, November 13. The organizations
seek men’s, women’s and children’s
clothing in good condition. Blankets,
sleeping bags, toys for children, brand
new sealed toothbrushes, and boxed or
bagged diapers are needed as well.
The items collected will be distributed
Saturday, December 5 at Shiloh Bap
tist Church on a first come, first served
basis. Boxed or bagged items may be
dropped off at the Police and Safety
Office, or at the John F. Kennedy Cen
ter, 2021 East 20th Street, Shiloh Bap
tist Church, 901 East sth Street, and
Booker T. Washington Center, 1720
Holland Street.
Calendar of Events
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Bruno’s: Circle Six, Band - 8:30p.m.
Fall Play: Crimes of the Heart
IM Deadline: Bowling - 4p.m.
SPC Movie: “The Mask ofZorro 10p.m
10 Tues
Fall Play: Crimes of the Heart
Nationally known stock market analyst, Ralph Acampora will , _
speak here at Behrend on Thursday November 12 at 730 Members of Della S ' 9ma P ' s,and ,ron ! °' ' he ' r I™,
p.m. in the Reed Lecture Hall. His presentation is entitled painlin9 duri " 9 Honlecommg ' rheir wlndow won ~rS’ P " 2e
“Elves, Bulls, and Bears.”
Fall Play: Crimes of the Heart
IM Bowling Tournament
Bruno’s: Hypnotist, Mark Pittman - 8:30p.m
SPC Movie: “The Mask of Zorro“- 10p.m.
11 wed
Fall Play: Crimes of the Heart
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Fall Play: Crimes of the Heart
SPC Movie: “ The Mask of Zorro ”
12 Thurs
Fall Play: Crimes of the Heart
Logan Series: An Die Musik -
12p.m. in Wintergarden
Speaker: Ralph Acampora - 7:30
Reed Lecture Hall
SPC Movie: “Mafia ” - 10p.m.
photo by John Davis
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