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by Hal D. Coffey
Penn State-Etehrend was paid an
unexpected visit last Wednesday
by Westerville, Ohio native Paul
Most Behrend students identify
him better as the crazy preacher
who was denouncing everything
while standing next to the Reed
Preacher Stamm was on his
way back from Mansfield, PA
when he decided to stop at
He said he stopped on a college
campus because he believes that
"students are apathetic towards
the deeper things in life."
"College students are more
by Paul Marini
This year, homecoming
weekend has been renamed
Parents and Families/Home
David Shields, Director of
Student Activities, said the name
is not the only change instituted.
"We have revamped the event
to make it more of a relaxing
weekend," Shields said. "This is
usually a time for people to come
back and catch up on memories,
but we added a chance for families
to see students in a less hectic
The festivities begin on Friday,
October 1 with a 4 p.m.
registration and welcoming
reception at the Wintergarden
Following that are a number of
events: at 6 p.m. there is a
family cookout at the Wilson
Picnic Grove for $6.55 per
person, a 7:30 p.m. pep
rally/bonfire at the ski slope, and
a Karaoke dance at Bruno's from
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interested in sports, rock 'n roll,
and the opposite sex," Stamm
said. "At the minimum, I try to
provoke people to think."
He claims to be a non
because his views are unlike any
modern sect of Christianity.
"I preach the gospel, warning
the wicked to repent. I try to lead
by example," Stamm said.
Stamm said his message was
not really intended towards
"Christians don't need to repent
for they have already repented
because they are Christian."
As Stamm was escorted off
campus by Police and Safety, he
continued to yell out his trigger
phrases, "Turn or burn. Repent
Saturday begins with a
Fraternity/Sorority breakfast at 9
a.m. At 10 a.m. there are three
options; the final Greek Week
events, walking tour from
Wintergarden, the Alumni soccer
match at the soccer field.
There will be two more alumni
games - a volleyball game at
10:30 p.m. and a softball game at
2 p.m.(at Erie Hall and the
softball field, respectively).
The men's varsity soccer team
plays Waynesburg College at 1
p.m. At halftime, the
Homecoming King and Queen
and Greek Week champions will
Before the game, the intramural
fields will host a tailgate party
starting at 11:30 a.m.
Paula Poundstone rounds out
the festivities with a concert in
Erie Hall at 9:30 p.m.
Tickets are on sale for
Reserved, General, and Student
Admissions for $17.50, $14.50,
and $lO respectively. They can
be purchased at the RUB Desk.
• Ages 25-64
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BEAVIS AND BUTTHEAD READ
Thursday, September 16, 1993
Darren Schilberg/Collegian Photographer