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VOLUME
48,
NUMBER 16MERCYHURST COLLEGEFEBRUARY 20,
1
976
Financial
Aid Week
Sponsored
President Shane
has
proclaimed February 23 to 27asStudent
Aid
AwarenessWeek.The financial aid staff willbe
on
hand
to
answer
any
questions students may haveconcerning applicationprocedures.
Sr.
Michele Luhan, R.S.M.,assistant director
of
financial
aid,
will-be available to]
an
swer questions in the areas ofPennsylvania HigherEducation Assistance Agency(PHEAA) grants and loansand Basic EducationalOpportunity Grants (BEOG
|
Wendy McCabe, director* offinancial aid, will also
be on
hand
to
answer questionsabout
the
Parent
s
v
Confidential Statement
(PCS)
and Student FinancialStatement! (SFS).'
No ap
pointments will be necessary^The student aid awarenessprogram was originally to
be
held for
I
only* one
day but
because
of
the importance ofstudent
\
aid ^awareness
\
theprogram;was extended for'aweek.Miss McCabe emphasizedthat
the
"open,door policyduring
the
week
is to be
continued during the year
to
any student having questionsabout financial
aid.
1
>Literature regarding
the
various types
of
assistance
Mercyhurst HoldsStudent Exchange
.
*
f
by*
Meslissa McMurray,
Merciad Staff Reporter
A
m
ii
\m
i
|l|
III H| 111
"^
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y,-'v
j
Wendy McCabe, Financial
Aid
Director.
Photo
by Bob
RonksleyThe American University inCairo (AUC) is now acceptingapplications for*its YearAbroad
|
Program
for
American undergraduates.One student from Mercy-hurst College will *be chosento go to Cairo and one studentfromCairo?will come
to
Mercyhurst.
t
Our college
has
becomeinvolved
in
this programthrough President MarionShane
who was
dean
of
faculty
at the
AmericanUniversity in Cairo front 1062to 1966.
!
\
AUC
is
multi-national in itsorigin
and
outlook.
It is a
private institution devoted
to
teaching and research
in*
thearts
and
sciences.
*
I
.
Its goals are to offer 1 iberaleducations
to
students
of the
Middle East
and
foster
un
derstanding of the Arab worldin
the
West,
f"
*f
J p£
The
university
is
.seekingstudents
who
are! Currentlysophomores or juniors,with
a
good academic record, extra*curricular Interests
and a
desire
to
learn about a cultureother than their
own.
will
be
available
in the
financial aid office.The week will be concludedwith
a
special display
on
Friday f afternoon February
27,
in the
Zurn ScienceBuilding front! lobby. Tableswill also
be set up for the
students' convenience withadditional financial
aid in
formation.
Workshop Aids Students
by Joanle Stevenson
Weekend!Classes Boom
^WeekendCollege' springterm begins
at
MercyhurstFriday, April 2 and continuesthroughJune'11.Classes
are
held
on
JFriday evening,Saturday morning
and af
ternoon and Sunday afternoon
and
evening.!!
$
The Weekend College is one
of*
Mercyhurst'sspecialprograms
to*
make collegeavailable to people»who can'tattend during the week.Students can register for asmany as three courses chosenfrom
all
divisions: business,creative arts, education,home economics, humanities,natural sciences andt socialsciences/* ^iIn the I spring
Iter
m, moreliberal arts courses will
be
offered.
^-
& fAmong the special interestcourses
are the
CollegeWriting Skills land
the
Coaching Certificate.
t
College Writing Skills
is
aimed
at
high school seniorsor anyone* interested inf
a
college career. It is also opento anyone already enrolled
in
college
who
wishes}
to im
prove his writing skills.
i
The Coaching CertificateProgram
is
approved
by the
Pennsylvania State Depart?ment
of
Education
to
givecertificationtocoach
in
public schools, Ifrom' kindergarten to
12th
grade.
*
To receive the certification,one must complete leightcourses:
The
CoachingProfessions,Sports'
in
American Society,Anatomical and PhysiologicalPrinciples, Prevention
and
Treatment
**
of
AthleticInjuries, General CoachingTechniques, Special CoachingTechniques,HAdolescentDevelopment and'a coachingelective*The Weekend Collegestarted anew this winter termafter an inactiv
e
yearjAbout
200
people, including,17 regular Mercyhurststudents,
are
enrolled
in the
program.
ijMi
^
%v
The classes taughtj
are
Science Fiction, Accounting
I.
Creative Management, SocialGerontology, Ability
to
Speak, Ability
to
Write,Principles of Real Estate (thelargest class
i,
with
37
students), Special* Coachingtechniques
of
Basketball,Basic Dance, Prevention andTreatment
of
AthleticInjuries,
and
Fibers
and
Fabrics,i
<L Jm
J
Any junior or' senior considering graduate school maynow receive tutoring
for the
Graduate Record Examination(GRE)Aptitude Testat
the
newly formed GREWorkshop.
.
i
i
I The workshop
is
under
the
supervision
of
BettyiGartner,director of
the
English Clinic.The workshop aids studentsin verbal, mathematical andreadingfcom prehensionareas.
i
i
M $
The workshop serves
as a
testing
and
self-help centerwhere students work under^the guidance
of
Ms. Gartnerand other tutors.Students take
a
timed testsimilar
in
form and content
to
the actual
GRE.
;
Depending oh the results ofthe diagnostic^ test,
Ms.
Gartner will recommendexercises and otherworkkoimprove .verbal and treadingskill.
The
math clinic willtake care of the math skills.Study materials, such
as
diagnostic tests
for
both'theGREfandl
the
Miller'sAnalogies j Test; will?
be
provided
by
the workshop.All work
1B
done
on an in
dividual basis.
Ms.'
Gartner asks
all in
terested students
to
call 866-
0681.
extension
239,
or visit theEnglish Clinic in
308
Main.
Theatre Arts DepartmentPresents Masters
r
Drama
Under the direction
of
Dr.Gary Smith, the Theatre ArtsDepartment will present
Spoon River Anthology
at
theMercvhurst Little Theatre onMarch4,5and6at8p.m.!,
%
Written by* Edgar
Lee
Masters,
Spoon RiverAnthology
presents
a
vividpicture
of
life
in a
smallmiddle American communityof the early 1900's.
f
\ %
$*
The
\
people
of
this towninclude
all
types
of
characters,the young and old, richand poor, wise
and
foolish,bitter
or
happy,
and
eachhave their story
to
tell.It
is up to the
viewer
to
decide which story to believe.This fascinating collectionof poems will be presented ina unique way
\
j|
Each actor and actress hasbeen given
six to
seven rolesto perform. There will
be no
makeup or costume change.Each performer willchange
his or her
voice
and
physical appearance
to
suiteach
new
character.There ? will
*
be only threeperformances of thisproduction.
%
$& Reservations can
be
madeby calling
ext.
271
or
bydropping by
Dr.
Smith's
of
fice
203
in Preston.Previous study f of
the
Middle East is,desirable
but
not required.
i
AUC
was
incorporated
in
1919
in Washington, D.C., andis recognised
by
Mercyhurstas offering work that
is
transferrable.
*
The;estimated cost
of an
academic year"at
the
University
is
estimated
at
$4,684. This includes tuition,room, board, books, spendingmoney
and
roundtrip transportation from
New
York,
tf.Y.
to Caifo.
*
j
\
Students already receivingfinancial
aid
from their
own
it
t
it
college
may be
able
to
arrange
to
apply this
aid to
study at theAUC.;Applications
and
furtherinformation
are
availablefrom Marilyn Jewell, directorofthe;Department
of,
I nter-cultural Studies and assistantto President Shane,
on the
second floor of Preston Hall.Courses
are
selected
in
accordance with-students*interest*
and ,
studyrequirements. The universityhas varied course offerings inArabic^ Language
and
Literature,
i
Islamic*,Art,Architecture and History,
in
addition
to!
strong ?socialscience courses—Politics,Economics, Psychology,Anthropology, Sociology—onthe contemporary MiddleEast? English ^Literature,Chemistry,^ Physics,
and
Mathematics; may also
be
taken.
W
President ShaneAttends
Heelings
President Marlon Shane,Chairman
of the
ExecutiveCommittee
of
Region
9-10,
met with the other membersof that committee, Thursday,February
19.
j
The Region
9-10
PlanningCouncil
of
Higher Educationfor Northwest Pennsylvania,will then meet
on
Friday.February
20.
President Shane said, "Atthis meeting the i council willdetermine unmet post-secondary needs
in
northwestern Pennsylvania."
j
The results of the self-studywill
be
analyzed
by the
Council
to
determine the mostffeasible educato meet these needs.
§
|
Among? the considerationswill
be a
Regional TechnicalInstitute] with which
the
existing colleges in the area,both public and private couldaffiliate.
I
,
$
B The purpose
of
Region 9-10Is
to
strengthen highereducation
in
Pennsylvania,I hrough
the
cooperationbetween existing institutions.
i{
Fourteen colleges
are in
cluded
in
Region 9-10. Theyhold regular meetings
to
discuss the needs
of
the areacollegi
 
PAGE
2MERCYHURST COLLEGEFEBRUARY
20,
1976
Studio theatre is here
?to
stay it seems.
|MaripatRafferty's
studio
production
of
"Bringing j
It All
-Back
Home" by
Terranee
McNallyopens
tonight
at
8:30
in
theStudent
Union.
|
%
Starring in the production
are:
JohnDi Gangi
as Johnny,a would-be hippie type; DeliaMirarchi, as
Susy,
a 17 yearold hustler from way back;Andrea Kupetz as a happyhousewife; David Held as thereturning dead son; SueLeltwich as Miss^Horne, theradical
news
woman; andDave Wallin and Jean Izcertas the moving men.The plot of
"Bringing
It AllBack Home
0
revolves aroundwar...anv war and how war
does
or doesn't
affect
people.Jimmy, the oldest son of atypical American family isbrought home from war in acoffin and the
family
openlyexpresses
its*boredom
to thewhole thing*
*
ff |There's more
"however.
Jimmy actually talks to theaudience about his
death;as
his loved ones carry on asusual.
*
( I
>
]1'A
As- the,
lightsr come-up op
Thursday night, the audience
Mill
see a composed casteager
to
perform.
\
,
But let s take a peek behindthe scenes of
"
Bringing It AllBack Home."Rehearsals begin around 9p.m. with Delia Mirarchileading warm-up exercisesand chatting every inch of theway.
*
i %
The
rest of the cast heartilytries to "bend those knees"
and
"straighten those
arms."With warm-ups completedand
bodies r
supposedly lucid,the rehearsal begins as Deliayells, "Who's been eating myprops!" (her potato chips).Maripat
Rafferty
on theother hand, yells, "Quiet onthe set" and "Break
up
thatlittle! gossip section."(referring
to
Dave Wallin and
Co.)
I
m w
M
Then the run through of theshow goes on while
f
castmembers puff cigarettes andsip Tabs backstage,
t
whenthey're
not
performing.Afterwards, critical notesare given and the cast retiresto the union for a coffee andsome relaxation.
**f
I've
often
heard theatremajors say, "Why do
we
do
it?
Why do we persist in theperforming arts?" Becausetheatre majors love thetheatre. And "Bringing It AllBack Home" and studiotheatre in general, letsdrama majors expressthemselves more personallyin acting, directing andproducing.
" §
After directing your ownstudio production and
^wat
ching it come alive
in i
theunion, the student director
knows it's all
theirs.
},
I
Moreover,
studio theatre inthe
union gives
the students
of
Mercyhurst a chance to see afree show in a relaxed atmosphere,
k f
'
I
If
you
haven't checked outstudio productions before ...
here's
your chance ...
^see"Bringing
It
All
Back Home"February 19 at 8:30 p.m.February 20 at 9:30
p.mjor
February
21 at
8:30
p.m.
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'Hursf
Students LearnFrom
Pre-Schoolers
by Darlene Keith
Did you know that BaldwinHall not only harbors mania-stricken girls but also innocent
pre-school
children?During the hours of 8:30a.m. to 4 p.m. on the northside of Baldwin, classes
are
held for pre-schoolers.This is an educationalprogram performed oncampus.
.It
enables studentsto work with
and;
observe
children.
:
• •
-wfe
Rosemary Bliesznerstarted
'
developing thisprogram in
1973
and has hadmuch
help
from
the
students.Observing the childrengives handy pointers andguides to
perhaps -
raisingchildren in the future or
working with
them.
,
*:?
During, the hours in theclassroom the
*
children aretaught
i
such things asliterature, drama,
nutrition,
and
art.
'm
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In addition to the intellectual studies, there arevarious motor skills learned:things such as climbing andworking
with
their hands.Assisting these children intheir various motor skills isplayground equipment.
;
-fSome
of the money used tobuy this?
equipment|-
wasdonated by
RUS
when theproject first began in
1973.
f
During the class hours thechildren
t
participate inacademic activities, physicalactivities and even entertainguest speakers.Some of the guests arepeople from the communitysuch as policemen, firemenand artists.
r
These guest speakers help
to
make
the children aware
of
what adults really
do
and
why
they
do
these
things.The children also participate in field trips aroundthe campus and
visit
variouscommunity centers.
W
The children who attendthis
pre-school
are
mainly
relatives of faculty, administrators, and students
who
attend Mercyhurst.The
pre-school
is licensedby the PennsylvaniaDepartment
of
Education
as
aprivate academic school.That being the case, theschool receives money forbooks and equipment from
the "Aid-to-non
Public SchoolsAssociation.
;
\
Karen Buck, a graduate ofMercyhurst, is the teacher incharge of
the
pre-school.
Students who
would like to
observe
the pre-school; andperhaps take
a-
courseassociated
.with
it arewelcome..!
30
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Pre-schoolers
develop
their creative abilities.
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FEBRUARY-20, 1976MERCYHURST COLLEGE
Cottman Receives Lifetime Opportunity
**»v*Christina?
L.
Cottman,
a
sophomore dancemajor,willbe performing
as
a
soloist
in
the
;
upcoming DanceDepartment's production,Gala
6V
Dance, under
the
direction
of Mr.
*Ismet
Mouhedin.Chris,
a
Philadelphian,started dancing
at
age 10
at
the Judimar School of Balletunder the direction
of
Mrs.Marion Crijet. After threeyears
of
studying with Mrs.Crijet she stopped, and laterat Archbishop Carroll HighSchool
for
Girls, proceededwith
her
study. Also
she
studied
at
the Robert
I
WilsonSchool
of
Ballet.
She'was
a
dancer in
many
of the school
[lays
and taught dance there.the also performed variousdance roles with the La SalleCollege Summer MusicTheatre.As
a
freshman, Chrisperformed with
the
'Hurst
Dance Department
in the
Stravinsky Festival, Scenesde Ballet, Coppelia
and
others. This year, she will beperforming with
Jav
Kirk,
sophomore,
in
Don QuixotePas de Deux, which she feelsis
a
once
in
a-lifetime
opportunity.
PAGE
3
TIM Neicyhunl Creative At is Dlv.
"l.
PresentsIne Mercvtitirit Dance DepartmentDirected By
lBmet,MounedlM
fc&$s
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Christine Cottman
by HollyChiappazzi
Congratulationsare*
in
order
for
seven
of
Mercy-hurst's college food serviceemployees. Recentlyawarded
a
gold pin for theiryears
of
faithful service
were :^
assistant manager for
19
years, Esther Yusko; headcook
for 20
years, Jessica
Woodson;
7
Nell Schroek,snack
bar, 20
years; Joan
Gorney,
baker,
18
years;Clara Migikowski, line leadand [banquets,
17
years;Elaine Fetzner, morningcook,
5
years
and
MarthaSchultz,meals on
wheels,J10
years.
*
*&.
One
of the
ladies, NellSchroek,
commented,|"After
that many years, the pin wasa
-welcome
and
pleasantsurprise.
Evemthough
thereare many ups and downs, I'vealways enjoyed the
company
of
my
co-workers
and the
young people." Nell'sphilosophy
is, "I try to be
happy
every
day and
keepsmiling."
Black
History
WeekCelebrated
The Black
Student
UnionConsortium celebrated BlackHistory Week February
8th
through February 13th.
$s
To begin
.the weefc&long
activities, Gannon hosted theannual
appreciation
dinner atthe Holiday Inn downtown onSunday,
^February
8.
?The
dinner was buffet
style
andthe highlight of the afternoonwas
a
presentation
by
Barbara
i
Hardie,
a
Mercyhurststudent, on the
lifeiof
Carter
G..
Woodson,
the
BlackHistorian who initiated BlackHistory
Week
in 1926.
I
Tuesday
ev
ening
,
Allegheny College sponsoreda talent show entitled"Varsity
in
Black."
Membersfrom
the
MeadvUleFcom-
munity
as
welljas
the collegecampus participated whichmade
for a
very enjoyableevening. Wednesday's
ac
tivities took
on
a more seriouscomplexion with] a paneldiscussion on Black Pros andCons
of
Bicentennial affairs.The panel consisted
of
Professional members of thecommunity and AlleghenyCollege. Thursday,
Dr.
Geneva Smitherman
(from
Wayne State lectured on theBlack
Dalect.
W.
*i
I Edinboro College
t
held
a
cabaret
on
its campus Fridaynight from 10
-
2 a.m. "Sen
sation,
of
H.E.R.D."
en
tertained the many studentsfrom
the
various collegecampuses. Saturday morning
PSEA MEETING
t
There will be
a
Regional PSEA
meeting'Wednesday
evening, February 25th. Invitations have been extended toPSEA members from Villa Maria. Behrend, Gannon, and
all
Mercyhurst members are urged
to
attend.
.Speaker-
Mr.
F r a nc
is
Santicola
*
Topic- Involvement of student
PSEA
and
Job
Preparation.
The meeting will be held in 214 Zurn from 7:00-8:00,followed by
a
social with wine and cheese in the faculty
dining
room.
%
VlUAtE CINEMAt
pen*
a
4040
the area colleges returned toEdinboro
to
compete
in the
volleyball
and
basketballtournament and when
it
was
alii?
over, Allegheny grabbedthe volleyball trophy
and
Mercyhurst,
walked awaywith
the
basketball trophy.The Mercyhurst?
*
team
seemed ^to
mesmerize theiropponents
-\
with speed,
coordination*
and shootingability.
3
:
:
^
Mercyhurst College concluded
thejweek's
activitieswith
a
cabaret
at
the MartinLuther King Center.
"Just
for'
the
Monejr',
a
band whichhails
%om
the
Pittsburgharea, stimulated
the at
mosphere with
all
the
newsounds and made the eveningdy-no-mite!
PR *3@^^l
Get well wishes to Joe Shellen
who
recently returned from Saint
Vincent's
Hospital after an accident occurred
In
soccer practice,
rre
fZSt.
J
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J
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Tlckefs:
AdultsChildren&
Ir.
CliliensUndents
1.00
I.OO
19 f ebiuatyI eels MemorialI I & 8
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Info/Qeser rations•64-OOSI ex I104
Truely Relaxing Evening
by Mary SueSabol
"How
to
Relax and EnjoyBeing
a
Student"
was the
S
rogram topic
explored
by
erry
Teplitz *
of HappinessUnlimited
*
on
Mondayevening, February
2. The
Coffee House* contained
an
estimated
twenty-five
In*
terested
people who intentlylistened
and
questioned
the
guest lecturer. They werealso given the opportunity
to
practice some
of
the |
fundamental techniques
Mr.
Teplitz thoroughly explainedand demonstrated.
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