The Collegian : the weekly newspaper of Behrend College. (Erie, PA) 1989-1993, April 09, 1992, Image 2

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Behrend Briefs
Alpha Sigma Lambda Inductions: 1992
candidates will be inducted on Tuesday, April
14 at 7:30 p.m. in Reed 116. For more
information please call Bob Wells at 866-0109.
Paid Summer Internships: Any students
interested in an Allegheny County internship
can inquire in the Career and Placement
office on or before April 10. Eligible majors
include: Science, Communications,
Engineering, Psychology, Business and
Faculty Jeopardy: The Lion Ambassadors
are sponsoring a faculty jeopardy contest on
Monday, April 13 in Reed 117. Faculty from
each of the academic areas will be
participating. Come see your profs get
Summer Workstudy: Applications
available now through April 15 in the
Financial Aid Office, 221 Glenhill.
Mechanical Engineering Club
Elections: The group's April meeting will be
held on Thursday, April 16 at 5 p.m. in Reed
Free Tickets: The Office of Student Services
will be taking sign-ups until tomorrow for
the April 12 Easter Musical at First Assembly
of God Church. Free Transportation is
available. For more information call Campus
Ministry at 898-6245.
Catholic Beliefs and Practices: All
interested students are welcome to join us
every Wednesday from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the
Reed Conference Room. '
Operation Rice Bowl: Campus Ministry is
providing Lent collection boxes for "hunger
victims" in our area. For more information
call 898-6245.
Creative Writing Scholarships: Penh
State-Behrend English majors are encouraged
to apply Tor the Smithy Creative Writing
Scholarships. For more information call
Diana Hume George at 898-6168.
Bible. Study: Campus Ministry is sponsoring
a semester-long Bible study every Thursday
from 7 to 8 p.m. in Reed 116. All students are
Free Tutoring Available: All Behrepd
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 on
the South Cottage.
Commu Majors: Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society
in Communications will meet every other
Monday at 6:30 p.m. in Reed 116 starting April
6. Anyone interested in working with the
society is encouraged to attend.
All Commu 001 Students: Take note -
students are reminded The Collegian's weekly
meetings are held on Thursdays in Turnbull
204 at 6:10 p.m. Anyone interested in working
at The Collegian is encouraged to attend.
Ecumenical Tenebra Service: A candle
light service, sponsored by Campus Ministry,
the Newman Association and IVCF, will be
held next Monday in Reed 116 at 9 p.m.
The Collegian
Mayson describes life with
motorcycle gang, crime
Police Re
Student arrested for
underage drinking
Last Sunday Police and Safety
officers arrested a student in the
parking lot' south of -the
The student's vehicle was stopped
and he was tested for alcohol on
breath and found to be drinking.
The student was released after
receiving a citation.
Theft and Vandalism
Jim Pierdomenico/T he Collegian
Police and Safety officers are
investigating an incident where a
students possessions were moved
and money stolen. Last
Wednesday the student's
possessions were moved from his
apartment to the laundry room.
After returning his possessions,
the incident was repeated, except
this time $3O was stolen.
**Summer Work**
$ 8.25 to start
ful]/part time openings
~ excellent training provided
~ achieve valuable resume experience
~ corporate scholarships available
~ all nugors should apply
must interview now, can begin after finals
call 8384)752 if busy, try again.
Thursday, April 9, 1992
by Jerem
The Collegian
Penn State-Behrend got a look
at the wild side Tuesday evening
when cx-Hcll's Angels member,
Barry Mayson, presented his
story in the Reed lecture hall.
Mayson told the story of how
his life "fell apart" at age fifteen
and then joined a motorcycle
gang. He attended wild parties and
became involved not only in
illegal drugs and alcohol, but
also was in organized crime,
gambling and prostitution.
"This is not a lecture, what
I'm going to share with you is
my life, what I experienced," said
Mayson has strong patriotic
beliefs and feels that Americans
must use the freedom that we
have wisely.
"I'm a strong believer that this
nation is a nation under God,"
said Mayson.
Officers are continuing their
Police and Safety officers are
investigating several reports of
harassing telephone calls. If you
have any information, please call
Wed Thur Fri
10:30pm 10:30pm 8:00pm
Sat Sun
Midnight 9:3opm
Students: $1.50
w/Act. Card: FREE
Public: $2.50