The Behrend beacon. (Erie, Pa.) 1998-current, January 14, 1999, Image 3

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SPC Movie: “Urban Legends “
Reed 117 10:00pm
For more information see the SPC
18 Mon
MLK Day Celebration
7:30 am Family Breakfast
4:00 pm Birthday
7:30 pm Celebration
8:30 pm Mr. Bobby Seale M submissions for the calendar should be made available to the Beacon by s:oopm on the Monday before publication.
Please send via inter-office mail to the Beacon Calendar Editor, drop it off at the Beacon office, or send it to BEHRCOLL3 @aol com.
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iWHMtfcl laremta
The Student activities Fee
Committee is preparing to alloeate
$19,(X)0 in funds for the spring 1999
semester. The committee invites sug-
gestions from organizations tor pro
gramming related proposals. An ex
ample might he a program not previ
ously funded through the Student
Government Association budget or
some new program/projeel vour
group would like to do in the spiing.
Please pick up a suggestion torm at
the Reed Union Building (RUB) In
formation Desk, the SGAOttice. the
office of student Activities, or the ol
fiee of Student Affairs to suggest uses
for the available funding.
Please return your sugges
tions to the otliee ol Student Allairs,
Reed Union Building, no later than
Friday, January 22, 1999. Questions
may be directed to Mr. Ken Miller.
Interim Dean of Student Allan s text.
6111) or Buck Goedieke, SGA Presi
dent (ext 6220). Thank you in advance
for your input.
Four photography students
from Penn State Erie, Ihe Behrend
College, garnered six awards in the
Art Mania Exhibit at First Night Erie,
the community is annual New fears
Eve celebration.
Heather Sees, a freshman business
major from Mount Jewett, received
the grand prize in the College cat
egory for her photograph titled Barely
Making It. Butler Sophomore
Bethany Boarts, in the division ot un
dergraduate studies, received two
honorable mentions, as did Matthew
Meyer, a junior biology major trom
Erie. Tracy Obarsky, a sophomore in
meteorology from New Carlisle, lnd.
also received an honorable mention.
“I’m delighted that these stu
dents did so well,” said Behrend pho
tography instructor Karol lomczak.
“I love teaching this class and watch
ing the students’ work mature as they
learn new techniques.” I’m very
proud of their accomplishments.
Bobby Seale, founding
chairman and national organizer of
the Black Panther Party, will speak
at Penn State Erie The Behrend Col
lege. on Monday. Jan. IS at 4 p.m.
and at 8:30 p.m. His presentations,
which take place in the Reed Union
Building, are part ol the college's
davlong celebration ol Marlin
Luther King Jr.'s life.
At 4 p.m.. in addition to re
marks by Scale, the students, (acuity,
and staff of the College w ill gather
to view a video re-enactment of the
bus trip to the March on Washing
ton and a student act portraying Dr.
King s "1 Have a Dream" speech. At
8:30 p.m. Seale will present his lec-
Seale, along with Huey Newton,
formed the Black Panther Party for
Self-Defense in 1966. The party ad
vocated the right to self-defense and
worked to organize a power to the
people revolution against what they
saw as iiMitutionali/ed racism, dis
crimination. and police brutality.
Under Seale's leadership the
Black Panthers grew from 400 mem
bers to more than 5,000 members in
40 chapters and branches across the
United States.
Today Seale is the creator and
director of REACH Inc., an organi
zation that teaches ellective commu-
nity organizing to young people. He
is also a volunteer community liaison
w ith Temple University’s Department
of African and African-American
Studies. Seale is the author of several
books, including Seize the Time,
which was written while he was jailed
without bail for two years, and his
autobiography, A Lonely Rage.
Seale’s presentations are free and
open to the public. For more informa
tion, please call the Penn State Erie
Office of Student Affairs at (814)
Calendar of Events
SPC Movie: “Urban Legends"
Reed 117 10:00pm
Comedian Rik Roberts
Bruno’s B:3opm-9:3opm
19 Tues
Bobby Seale will present a lecture at the Martin Luther King
Jr. Celebration Photo courtesy ot Behrend Public
Relations I - ""”"” _—
Sunday, January 17, 1999
•7:30 Movie, “Panther”
Reed Lecture Hall
Reed Union Building
Monday, January, 18, 1999
■7:30 am Family Breakfast
bobbins Hall, Gazebo
‘4:00 pm Campus Birthday
‘The March”
Heed Union Building Commons
*7:30 pm Martin Luther King. Jr.
Celebration Dinner ;
ieed Union Building Commons |
Musical Selections Presented by
3ehrend Gospel Choir
>8:30 pm Featured Speaker, Mr.
Bobby Seale Co-founder and former
Chairman of The Black Panther
Party Reed Lecture Hall
Basketball (M)- Taco Bell Classic- Ipm/3pm
Basketball (W&M) vs. Frostburg- 6pm/Bpm
SPC Movie: “Urban Legends"
Reed 117 10:00pm
Special Events: Fun Flicks
Reed Commons 2:oopm-8:00pm
Student Government Association
The Student Government Treasurer is responsible for:
20 office hours per week
Keeping the records of all organizations recognized by SGA
Generating monthly financial reports for all organizations
Attending the weekly SGA meeting to present the account balances
Closing out the books for the fiscal year
Signing checks, purchase orders, etc., during the semester
Knowledge of MAS9O accounting system (preferred, but not required)
'he position of Student Government Treasurer receives a $9OO stipend per semes
ter, along with an additional stipend for limited summer duties. The preferred
applicant should be an upper level division student who may wish to obtain aca
demic credit for work during his/her seventh and eighth semesters (3 accounting
internship credits may be acquired).
All interested students should contact:
Chris Rizzo, Director of Student Activities: 898-6171 or Buck Goedicke, SGA
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President: 898-6220
Catholic Mass 8 p.m. Reed
7:30 Movie ‘‘Panther
Reed 117
SPC Movie: “Urban Legends “
Reed 117 9:oopm
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