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The Merciad, Sept. 16, 1983

The Merciad, Sept. 16, 1983

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'/
HRM Director Frank
Pauze
looks on while senior Margaret Doherty
prepares
a Top
of
the
Hill Club
lunch.
Communications DepartmentRelocates To Baldwin Dorm
By
Fran
Moavero
MERC1AD
Hasan ResourcesFall fashions bring about newlooks. The CommunicationsDepartment also acquired its newlook for the fall of '83 as well.The Department of Com-munications is now located in thebasement
ot
Baldwin Hall.Renovating the basement tookthree months
to
complete
and
cost$14,000, according to RichardRagan, director of thedepartment.
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New additions to the depart-
ment
include
an FM
radio station,which is expected to go on the airnext fall. Ragan said the depart-ment
has
filed
an
application withthe Federal Communication!Commission for an FM radiolicense. It will take the FCC sixmonths to approve theapplication.A radio production room isnow available to communicationsmajors.
This
will
be an
asset to
thedepartment because it will allowstudents to do classroomassignments without interferingwith WMCY during broadcasts.A TV studio and control roomis another addition to the Com-munications Department.However,
they
studio will not beavailable for two years, Ragansaid* Communications majorswho are focusing their career in-terest in TV will still obtain theirtraining at Erie Cablevision.A news wire
from"**the
Associated Press is another addi-tion to the department. The wirewill allow students to
?•
becomefamiliar with the many facets thisservice has to offer, as well asenhance their awareness of hownews
stories
change throughoutthe day.The 24 hour wire feeds news,music features, weather updates,and business reports. The wireservice will
be
used
as
an
informa-tion source of state and
national
news for WMCY. Three minutenews reports will be broadcast at6:00 pun. that will update the na-tional and state
news
as
well as in-clude campus news.The Merciad office,
faculty
of-fices, and Media; Services
havealso been
consolidated
in the
base-ment of Baldwin;Students associated with theCommunications Departmentwere invited to attend an openhouse on Tuesday, September 6.It brought the students together
and
provided an opportunity to
becomes
familiar with the newfacilities as well as meet newstudents who will become af-filiated with the department, ac-cording to Ragan.
MusicIn
Faci I
ty
By
Karen Merkle
MERCIAD
News
EditorAfter months of
\
planning
and weeks of renovation, St.Mark's Seminary is now fullyoperational
i
as
an^
extensionbuilding of the
t
Mercy
hurstCollege campus.
*
Although the idea ofpossibly leasing part of St.Mark's from the CatholicDiocese of Erie originated ear-ly this year, it wasn't untilMarch that the agreement bet-ween the two parties wasrevealed.And since the college's leasedidn't officially take effect un-til July 1, work began on thefacility mid-summer.But now all the major workis done and the Music and
Hotel-Restaurant
Managementdepartments have a new homeon E. Grandview Blvd.According
to-
John Nesbit,Assistant to the President forInstitutional Advancement,
two a
floors
of
z
the seminarybuilding,
v
totalling .50,000square feet of space, are beingleased by the college at a costof approximately $80,000 peryear.
*In
addition, Nesbit citedabout $10
-112,000
that was
funneled
into repairs made onthe facility over the summer.Renovations includedcarpeting, furniture, audio-visual equipment, andpainting.
l
Even with these expen-ditures, Nesbit pointed out therelative bargain of the St.Communications majors whowalked through; the basementdoors of Baldwin were impressedwith the new studios andequipment.In the midst of all the excite-ment, Ragan said,
"I'm
ready to
go."
* ,
.
*
i
The other faculty members ofthe department have also express-ed the same kind of enthusiasm.Richard Garcia, Communica-tions Instructor, said the depart-ment has found community iden-tity,
which
wasn't possible before.It has also consolidated thedepartment, he added.Senior Communications majorStephanie
Hultburg
said,
"with
communications becoming such agrowing
ield,
t is
good to
see
that
Mercyhurst
is
showing growthand Innovation in thedepartment/*Mark's acquisition as opposedto the previously proposed ad-dition onto Zurn Hall.
*
"We lucked out," Nesbitsaid.
"We
could never buildanything near this quality."In fact, Nesbit continued,the estimated value of the St.Mark's facility is currently ap-praised at
$10-11 millionAas
opposed to the
S3.2
millionwhich was the original cost ofthe building in 1957.;
S
%
Que
area
where
there
are not
any recent
expenses:is-in
thehiring
jjof
new personnel tospecifically handle St. Mark's.But, Nesbit said, "probablydown the road we'll have tohire
j
people,; we'll approach
that
as the need develops."
$
Besides Nesbit,, all
HRM
andmusic faculty members haveoffices
in
St. Mark's, as well asCatherine Anderson, Mer-cyhurst Career Institute Pro-gram Coordinator; DonnaPeterson, Program Specialistfor the: MCI; and
Sjoy
i.Mc-Quillen, Nesbit's secretary.The
Hotel-Restaurant
Management Association andthe Top of the Hill Club
are
also located there.In addition, there areclassrooms for both the musicand HRM departments, prac-tice rooms for music students,a music library, and a
campus
ministry office where FatherChuck Schmidt, who is living
at St.
Mark's, will have
hours
a
few days a week.
g
'
Also, the HRM students will
be
totally responsible for runn-ing the St. Mark's cafeteria,which will be
open
to
-both
Mercyhurst
students
and the 23
seminarians currently studyingat St. Mark's.
J
Nesbit cited a "few minorproblems," such as parking,the need
for more
phones, andsome confusion amongstudents on the opening daysof school. But, otherwise"there is nothing major thatneeds to be done/* he said.
r
*
~S
-
t
* '
S
*
w
:**I
think everyone
Takes
thefacility. They,
 find
hat it meetstheir needs," he added. "I'vehad no major
[gripes ;from
faculty, students, or theDiocese."
&
The Diocese is, in fact,pleased with the
efficiency
inthe change, according toNesbit; the* project is seen asbeing very beneficial to bothparties.
£
"Mercyhurst will providethe seminarians with a host ofthings; This
includes thecultural atmosphere, an ex-panded cafeteria selection, theavailability of music selectionsin the library. They in turn,will be giving us something- a
tense
of humility. We are in aseminary, a holy building andthere's a sense of serenity,Nesbit said.
»»»»
"This
is
a unique venture,he continued. "If it workswell, it could be practiced inother parts of the nation.""It's a practical way thatwill add to the seminary andnot attract from it."Scot Mangold
on
the air
at WMCY.
 
From
the
EditorfcDesk
N e w!
YearNewinnings
Carpe Diem
-
Seize the Opportunity!! With
the
academicyear now
in
full swing, it's time
to
put the college motto intouse.
:
Mercy hurst College
has
undergone many changesthroughout
the
summer
of
'83
to
improve
the
quality
of
education and continue the beautification
of
the campus.Returning students and new students might not realize thechanges that have occurred
to
upgrade the college. Academicand recreational activities are also extensive.There
are
new
faculty
and
administrative personnel,
St.
Marks Seminary
is
.in'full operation, increased parkingfacilities, building renovations, social events sponsored by theStudent Activities Committee (SAC), studentgovernmentfunctions, clubs and organizations
to
join,
the
internationalpoetry forum, films, speakers,, athletics, Campus Ministry,the library, and many other resources. The list
is
endless.Take advantage
of
the
opportunities
at
Mercyhurst Col-lege. Academic and recreational facilities are easily accessible.Students who get involved in campus activities and those whoare into academics will find
a
greater appreciation
of
the col-lege experience.
.
1
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:
In
a
timesof decreasing national enrollment, Mercyhurst-iscontinually growing and experiencing its highest enrollmentof 1,595 students. Mercyhurst College
is
able
to
remainop-timistic and confident
of
its future. Remember, Mercyhurstdoes
it
all for
you.
So . . .
take the challenge!
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Box
EditorJ ..................Carta
J.
AndersonAssistant Editor
...Martha
J.
CampHuman Resources
..........................Fran
MoaveroNews EditorFeature EditorSports EditorSports EditorPhoto EditorCopy EditorCopy
Editor
..........................Karen
Merkle.....................
Mary
Jo
Allen...............Stephanie
Hultberg
.........................Rich Forsgren
«...........-.....«...Chuck
Straub
Grdcs Ricci
Business Manager Dariene NolanBusiness Sales .......... ............Jack HollandCirculation Mgr.
. . Amy
WoodworthCartoonist .............
....Mathew
DuskaAdvisor
.................,Mr.
Richard GarciaReporters:
Dariene
Nolan, Amy Woodworth,Chuck Straub
;
Typists: Rena Zicarelli, Rozanna Snyder
Th«H«rolad
is
the student-edited
newspaper
of
Mercyhurst
College,
501
East
38
Street,
Erie, Pennsylvania 16546.
Ihm
rolad office
is located
In
the
basement
of
Baldwin Dormitory,rnone:825-0376.Advertising rates
are
available upon, request.The
Merctod is
a
weekly publication
and is
printed
by
Brown-
Thompson
newspapers
in
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City, Pennsylvania.
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Carla
Anderson
Tina
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Andrak
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1982-83 DEAN'S LIST
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Kathleen LafayetteRonald LangdonRichard LanzilloDiane LarkLance LavrincBeth Lawry
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Tina
M.
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Kathy Mara
J
udene MartinArthur MartoneCatherine MartzElizabeth MarzulloSean McCreary
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Joseph McGrawShelly
Mclntyre
Kevin McKeeverTheresa McKelvyKaren MerkleBruce MillerJames MillerKelly MineweaserKristine MoroskyJane MullaneyMary MunroJohn Muzic
Mary
Kay
NaccarelliMary Nolan
Philip NykyforukJeanne NystromMaureen
O'Hara
John OstroskiBruce
Pando
Pat PaparelliAnthony ParadisoBeth PasqualeRobert PenzaDonna PetersonMolly PetroffJulie PiatrowskiMary Pirrello
'
Phillip PitonyakJoan PodolinskiHeather PowersMaura Powers
f
Paula
Pudlo
Patricia ReffnerColleen Reiser
-Maureen
ReszkowskiAnita RinyoArlene RomanRonald RossiTheresa SandersDonna SatmaryMarian SaxonLeslie L. SchottDaniel SchraderElizabeth SchrecongostPatricia SchuschuDaniel Scribner
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Florence ScutellaMargaret SharpDennis SkeltonMichael SmithDavid Snyder
Maria
SpancicLaurie SpurlinRobin StankoJames SteenBarbara
J.
Stucka
Joseph TarasovitchMarie TarasovitchSusan
Tamo
Michelle TavaniTracey L. ThomasPaula
TofilBemadine Tomczak
Cheryl TomlinCarrie TompkinsSusan TrkulaRichard
Uram
Natalie Veit
;
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Kathy Waller
Michael
WasserLaura WatersCynthia A. WhiteAnita Whiteman
Jo
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Cheryle WilliamsShirley WilliamsHeather WilsonLauran WirantLinda WizikowskiAmy WoodworthGregory YokoAnne Zaphiris
*
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.
LETTERS TO
THE
EDITOR
The
Mercaid
welcomes letters
of expressionfrom
its
readers
in
"Your Opinion." The ollowing are guidelines
whenwriting
letters:
•;
1.
Please
type
all letters.
2.
Letters must be submitted Tuesday
by
noon of the
publi
3.
Refrain
 from
 using libelous
statements.
4.»
Letter contributions will only
be
edited
for grammatical5. All
letters
must
be
signed
- no excuses!6. Please include
a
phone number
or an
address for
verifia
THE
MERCIAD
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What Has Impressed You
93
Most About Mercyhurst College?
Ed.
Note: This question was
asked
by
TheMercian
1
to
f
'Hurst freshmen during lunch in the cafeteria.
\
"
The
people are so nice and
I
like all
the
activitiesThe scenery is
beautiful.
9
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** ;
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Kim Robinson
"Not
too much,
No-I'm
kidding.
The
Geology
pro-
gram is very good and
interesting."
Bill
Gramelt
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like'that.
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haven't
met any, though!"
Eric Nicoloson
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'7
am impressed
by the Hotet
Restaurant
Manage-ment
Department.
The job
placemant
is
greats
andHRM has a good reputation. I just love the
peoplehere
too!"
.
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h
Paula
Casey
AAemoriam
Editor's Note:
Thelfollowing;is
in loving memory ofJoan Kolaja and Ron Scully, Mercyhurst students whopassed away this summer.
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I believe that the trials which beset
me
today are but thefiery tests by which my character is strengthened, ennobl-
ed,
and made worthy to enjoy the higher things of
life,
which I
belieye are
in store for
me.
I believe that
my
soul istoo grand to be crushed by defeat; I will rise above it. Ibelieve that I am the architect of
my
own fate; therefore, Iwill be master of circumstances and surroundings, nottheir slave. I will not yield to discouragement; I will tram-ple
them
i.
under foot and make them serve as
stepping
stones to success; I will conquer my obstacles and turnthem
'into
opportunities. I will not waste my mentalenergies by useless worry, I will learn to dominate myrestless thoughts and look on the bright side of things. Myfailure of today will help to guide me to victory on themorrow. The morrow will bring new strength, new hopes,new opportunities, and new beginnings. I will be ready tomeet it with a brave heart,
a calm
mind, and an undauntedspirit. In all things I will do my best, and leave the rest tothe INFINITE.
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Joan Kolaja's
Bibles
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The
Clipper's
I
Cove
Clipper's
Cove Specials
September
19
thru September 23
Monday:
Texas Hots With Meat Sauce
Tuesday:
Grilled
Cheese With
French Fries
Wednesday:
Ham Barbecue With
Chips
Thursday:
Chef Salad And Jello
Friday:
Fish and French Fries
Hie
Clipper's
Cove management welcomes
all
students back for the
year.
Put
Your Degree
To
Work.
Whatever your degree will be, the Navy can give you a managementposition (if you qualify).
You'll
get technical training and managerial'experience. The
Navy
offers managerial positions
in
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ENGINEERING
INVENTORY CONTROL/PURCHASINGPERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION:
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fr
All you need is a minimum of a
BA/BS
degree (summer graduates mayinquire), be no more than 27 years old, be
able
to pass aptitude andphysical examinations and qualify for security clearance (U.S.citizenship required). Your benefits package includes 30days'earnedannual,vacation,medical/dental/low-cost life insurance coverage plusother tax-free incentives. If you're interested in gaining
managerial
andtechnical responsibilities
fast,
call the Naval Management Programs
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