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Cap & Gown Orders Due: Commencement for
swing 1993 graduates will be held on Saturday, May
15 at 12:00 noon. Undergraduate keepsake caps and
gown are priced at $15.00; master ' s rental is
$30.00. Orders must be place in the bookstore Luz
Imam March 12.
After. School Tutors Needed: Tutors are still
needed to volunteer one hour per week on Tue Say,
Wednesday, and Thursday from 2:30-3:30 p.n. at
Diehl Elementary School. Call 898-6160 if you can
drive or need car-pooling information.
Truman Scholarship Meeting: Today at 4:00
p.m. in the Memorial Room Glenhill Farmhouse a
meeting for freshmen and sophomores planning on
graduate school and a public service career. Truman
awards up to $30,000 for the senior year and two
years of graduate study. For more information call
Mari Trenkle at 898-6160.
Studio Theater Production of On the Verde:
This semester's production of Eric Overymyer's On
the Verge or The Geography of Yearning continues
tonight at 8:00 p.m. with other performance dates
including Feb. 26-27 at 8:00 p.m._ and Feb. 28 at
2:30 p.m. Tickets are $4 general admission, $3
Education Abroad Deadline: March 1 is the
deadline to apply for spring semester 1994 PSU
Education Abroad Programs. Summer programs are
also available. Contact Mari Trenkle at 898-6160.
Science and Engineering Research
Semester: Deadline to apply: March 15, for juniors
and seniors with 3.0+ GPA interested in FALL '93
semester at one of five national labs. Contact Dr.
Lasher at 898-6391 or Dr. Thotnanschefsky at 898
Rhodes, Marshall and Fulbright
Fellowships: An informational session on these
scholarships for graduate study abroad will be held
on Monday. March 1 from 12:15-1:00 p.m. in Reed
116. Juniors with a 3.5 or better GPA are
encouraged to attend (apply as seniors next fall).
Westpacs Job Fair: Any students that graduated
in either December 1992 or May 1993 are
encouraged to attend the job fair Wednesday, March
3, from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. at the Expo Mart in
Monroeville, Interested students must go to the
Career Development Center (1 st Floor Reed) by
Friday, February 26, to register for the fair.
Student Leadership Scholarship: The Junket
Scholarship is for those students involved in
activities and having leadership skills or abilities.
Pick up an application in the Financial Aid Office.
Deadline is March 5.
Word Perfect Workshops: The Computer
Center is offering a workshop on Creating Tables
March i s from 10 a.m.- 10:30 amt.• and March 2 .
from 1 2 : 3 0 Pm. - / Pm- in Hll.l- Participants must
have a basic 'knowledge of Word Perfec t,
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The Options Game, sponsored
by the Human Relations
Programming Council, was
created to teach students about
the limited options poor people
About 12 students participated
in the event which was held last
Thursday night, February 18.
Players included African-
Americans, Hispanics and
whites. Males dominated the
game, with only two or three
Students were, divided into
three groups: the
Tourists/Rich, the Urban Poor
and the Rural Poor.
The goal of the Options
Game was to show students the
limited options the poor have to
survive. Each group's purpose
was to make their situation
better by bargaining with other
groups for food and/or money.
A banker was in charge of food
and money distribution.
Three rounds were conducted.
During each round groups had to
make a payment to the bank.
see POOR on page 3
94 st dent Governinent "I‘ "t *
* Association *
Budget Allocation Informational
' Meetings i *
: Monday, March 1, 1993 5:00p.m.
* Tuesday, March 2, 1993 6:30 p.m.
*Wednesday, March 17, 1993 6:00p.m. :
* All meetings will be held in Reed 117 *
All Student Organization Presidents
and Treasurers are encouraged to
attend one of these meetings
* For more information contact the Office of Student
* Activities/Union and/or the Student Organization
Thursday, February 25, 1993
On Thursday, February 18, a swdent reported to the Police and
Safety office that the window of this Toyota truck had been
smashed out while it was parked in the parking lot. This
incident is being investigated.
On Sunday, February 21, a complaint was turned in to the
Police and Safety office of a student who had been drinking
causing problems in Tiffany Hall. Police responding to the
call found that a student had been drinking, breaking bottles,
and kicking doors. The student was arrested for underage
drinking. He was also referred to Student Affairs for
On Monday, February 22, a fire alarm was set off in Perry
Hall. Upon investigation, it was noted that a student had set
paper on fire which set off the fire alarm. As yet, charges have
not been filed.
On two separate occasions, police were called to transport
students to the Health Center who were very ill.
On two occasions, police called tow trucks to remove illegally
parked vehicles from campus.
by Jeff Johnson