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Adopt-A-Lion Program: Support the
Lion Ambassadors' campaign to adopt a lion at
the Erie Zoo by making donations at the RUB
Desk, Bookstore, and Wintergreen Cafe. Show
your support for our own lions by getting
your face painted by the Ambassadors at the
basketball game Thursday, Feb. 13.
Lost and Found: One pair of Soccer
cleats which were left in locker no. 33 in the
Reed Building. The owner can pick them up
at the RUB Desk.
"Hear it from the Inside": A panel of
juvenile offenders from the ABRAXAS
Program will head a discussion in the lobby
of Lawrence Hall on Monday, Feb. 17, at 8 p.m.
SADD Speaker: On Thursday, Feb. 20 in
Reed 117 at 8 p.m., SADD and Delta Sigma Pi
present' Robert Aptaker, a national
representative on alcohol and drug related
problems in university life.
Math Anxiety Reduction Workshop:
Join us on Thursday, Feb. 20 at 5:30 p.m. in
Nick 113. For more information call Dr.
Cupillari at 898-6310.
Human Resources Seminar: Delta
Sigma Pi is sponsoring Ernest C. Bell of
General- Electric Transportation Systems on
Thursday, Feb. 13 in Nick 8 at 7 p.m. For more
info, call Heather Haugh at 898-6950.
Bible Study: Campus Ministry is
sponsoring a semester-lohg Bible study every
Thursday night froth >• 7 p.or. to ' 'B’ p.m. 1 fit the
Reed 116. All students are welcoriie.
Cap and Gown Rentals/Purchases:
Commencement for Spring 1992 graduates is
scheduled for Saturday, May 16 at 12 noon.
Cap and gown orders must be received at the
Bookstore by March 20. For more info, call
University Scholars Program: An
informational meeting for freshmen and
sophomores is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 14 at
5:15 p.m. in Reed 116. For more information,
call Mari Trenkle at 898-6160.
PSU Education Abroad Deadline:
Applications for Spring 1993 semester will be
taken until March 1. For more information,
please contact Mari Trenkle at 898-6160.
Free Tutoring Available: All Behrend
students are welcome to utilize the Learning
Assistance Center's services. Student and
faculty tutors are on duty daily offering help
with many subjects. For more information
call 898-6014 or drop by the Center located in
the South Cottage.
Commu Majors: Lambda Pi Eta Honor
Society in Communications will meet every
Monday at 6:30 p.m. in Reed 116. Anyone
interested in working with the society is
encouraged to attend.
All Commu 001 Students: Take Note:
students are reminded that The Collegian' s
weekly meetings are held on Thursdays in
Turnbull 204 at 6:10 p.m. Anyone interested in
working for The Collegian is encouraged to
Universities seek to control
alcohol on campuses
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used 'drug of choice' on college
campuses today and we cannot
solve the drug problem until we
solve the alcohol problem," said
Dr. Peter Likins, Task Force
chairman and president of Lehigh
Likins, whose task force
developed the recommendations,
said endorsements from alcoholic
beverage and tobacco companies
promotes use and leads students
to believe that alcohol and
tobacco go hand-in-hand with
"Alcohol is an underlying
influence in most acts of
vandalism and violence, including
rape, on college campuses, and
the incipient cause of death in
Safety reminders for
your car on campus
With the addition of the new
parking lots last summer,
Behrend's traditional parking
crunch has been significantly
eased. However, the Traffic
Appeals Board, a division of the
Student Government Association,
. has observed several reoccurring
- trouble 1 areas where parking
regulations are often
misunderstood or simply abused.
The following will hopefully
clarify these trouble areas in
parking regulations. The Traffic
Appeals Board requests that
students, faculty and staff review
the Official Parking Handbook,
available in the Police & Safety
building and also scattered
throughout the Reed Building, for
the actual regulations.
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"Alcohol is an
most acts of
- Peter Likins
The following are reminders
and clarifications of those parking
• If your vehicle breaks down
and is, or will be, illegally
parked, notify Police & Safety
immediately. Also, place a note
prominently on the dashboard
including the' nature of your
problem, your name, and phone
If this procedure is followed,
according to the Traffic Appeals
Board, officers are likely to be
more understanding of your
predicament. Obviously, officers
can't tell whether a car runs or
not by looking at it, so it is your
responsibility to notify P&S.
• If you are injured, and have
temporary difficulty in walking,
Thursday, February 13, 1992
automobile and other accidents
for college-age youth," said
The task force also
recommended that colleges and
•Establish an interdisciplinary
group responsible for developing
and implimenting a
comprehensive alcohol and other
• Provide and require that all
students and employees have
inexpensive health insurance that
will cover standard alcohol and
• Increase the state tax on
beer, something the task force
says is "inexpensive and
accesible" in Pennsylvania.
don't just park in a handicapped
spot because you are on crutches.
Call Police and Safety and obtain
a temporary handicapped parking
permit. Again, it is your
responsibility, not Police &
Safety's, to make sure they
understand your special needs.
• The only place students can
park in the Reed Lot, Monday-
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., is in
the five-minute parking spots.
Students can only park for five
minutes, and flashers must be
used. Student cars in spaces
adjacent to the five minute spots,
no matter how full the five
minute spaces may be, will be
ticketed. No further exceptions.