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Hurst
tunes into new TV station
By Angela M. CampMerciad News EditorMercy hurst College now has its own tele-vision station. Yes,
we
will soon
be
able
to
seeprogramming written,
*
acted, directed
and
produced entirely by students.'
'A lot
of people
want to be on
TV.
This is
a chance
to work
bothsides of a
camera—not
only acting but produc-ing/* said John Danknich, a communicationsmajor.The television station was made possible
by Erie
Cablevision's donation of a modulator
—a $ 1500
piece of equipment
that
is necessaryin order
to
broadcast Initially,
a
Pittsburghfiberopucs firm offered to put in
private
cablefor students. When Erie Cablevision heardabout
the
Pittsburgh firm, they agreed
not
onlyto wire the apartments and
dormitories
for
cable
but
also to provide Mercy hurst with theirown television station.
;•
CHECK
iTTT
C^TITT
1 munications
major.|
A
lot of
people
want to be on
TV.
This is a chance to workboth sides of the camera - notonly acting
but
producing/
1
said John Danknich. a com*
§?S3*3•&K?
Thursday,
Jan. 309 p.m. to 12 a.m. Laker Inn.Guest Joe
Hohman
of
themath
department
perform s
forSAC Coffeehouse.
*
>
Friday,
Jan. 31Student Union doses
at 6
p.m.9 pan.
to 1
a.m. Erie PlazaHoteL Winter Formal.The dormitories were wired over the sum-mer to make them cable-ready. Concurrently,work began on the infant television station.'' Iwas talking to Dick (Ragan) over the summer
abouPth^statioiH)efore anyofie^Jsfflfllew^it
*
existed/' said Jay Kennedy,
one
of the found-ers of the station.The station will
be
called HTV (HurstTelevision).
The
name was chosen by students
in Richard Ragan's Television Production
class.The channel will be 62 on the Scientific At-lanta converter or
19B
on
the
old
A/B
switcher.According to Danknich, the television sta-tion will be operational within the next two to
F
Richard Ragan, director of the communications
department,
presents the$1500 modulator donated by Erie Cablevision. On
Ragan's
left and
 right
 are
John Danknich and Paul C. Smith, respectively, two of the founders
of
"HTVMercyhust's
new television station.
I
t<
in setting up the station hope to receive pro-gramming directly from students via the tele-vision production class and
from
various othersources.
Lfter we
get under way, we want to startprogramming various genres, from B-movies
and sports
 to
ive variety
shows/'
said
Danknich.The students are hoping
to
broadcast Mer-cyhurst sporting events, such as hockey
and
basketball.
i
I
Paul
C.
Smith, another founder, has al-three weeks. The students
currently
involved
-
ready written scripts
for a
possible series.
"I've
always been exposed to the media, andit's
something
I've always been interested in.
Now's
my chance to do the
stuff
I've wantedto do since
I
was a kid," said Smith.Around 13 students are currently involvedin thestation,
but
as things develop, auditionswill be held for actors, writers
and
technicians.Students will
be
able
to use the
televisionstation for practicums.Kennedy said,
"I'm
just
doing
it for fun,but
I
hope that in the future, something will
come
of it"
» i
Saturday,
Feb.
1
WINTER ACTIVITIES*
I
DAY
11:30
ajn. Practice fields.Flag football.
1:30
pjn. Practice fields*SAC race.
ri
K
2 p.m. Soccer field. Bat spin.3 p.m. Lot behindtown houses. Milk chugging/banana eating contest
3:30
pan.
Practice fields.Tug of
wari
1
4:30 pjn. Soccer field. Ob-stacle course.6 pjn. Women's
^Basketball
vs LeMoyne College.7:30 pjn. Hockey
vs
Fre-donia State.8 pan. Men's Basketball
vs
LeMoyne College.Wednesday, Feb.
5
8
pjn. Men's Basketball
vs
Westminster College.
Cullen
proclaims presidential address a |
yawn
By Robert Cullen
J
Professor of EconomicsPresident Bush's State
of
the Union ad-dress was received
with a
big
yawn
from mosteconomists. To his
credit,
he
avoided whateconomists
feared
most
-
a
huge increase inthe budget deficit to provide an election year
*
'quick
fix" for our economic woes.
Bush's
proposal is
too
little and too late tomove
us
out
of
the recession. The FederalReserve's solution to our short-term problemis already underway with little help from thePresident The Fed caused a dramatic drop ininterest rates before Christmas. Currently,businesses and consumers are reducing theirdebt burden, setting the stage for additionalspending later this year. Unfortunately,
this
provides
S
little consolation
to
unemployedworkers.
Their
suffering will be reduced,
but
not eliminated, by the proposed extension ofunemployment benefits.College students
will
be interested
to know
about his proposal to allow taxpayers to
deduct
the interest paid on student loans,
and
to allowmoney saved for education to accumulate intax-free accounts. Parents will also
get an
added $500 tax deduction per child.
"'
The long-term problem is to provide
healthy,sustained growth. The president tinkered
at
theedges
of
this problem by proposing invest-
ment,
incentives, spending
on
research
and
development
and
better
education.
Most
econo-mists were hoping for large defense spendingcut to supply funds for long-term economicgrowth, without increasing the budget deficitThey
see die cut of
$50 billion over five yearsas too little and taking longer than necessary.Bush's recent trip to Japan has led manycitizens to blame our
problems
on Japaneseimports, encouraging
us
to
*
'Buy
American."This effort sheds more heat than light on theproblem, and is clearly misdirected. The Japa-nese did not cause our problems, and boycott-ing their products will not solve them. Theground work for our current economic
di-
lemma was laid years ago during
die
Reaganadministration.
Tlie
frustrating truth is that wecaused our problems
and must
now look withinour borders for the solution.
Students! rally to create*Christmas for adult student
By Mary
Medure
Merciad Staff Reporterdence life, this small gesture grew into
a
cam-pus wide contestShe said
that'the
contest involved
-*"We
always put down the students, butthis is something they did
 right,
n
a
big way,"said Mary Borden-Cass, coordinator
of
stu-dent volunteers.According to Borden-Cass, an adult stu-dent came
to
her before Christmas break, seek-ing help. After
a
previous hospital stay, shewas financially unable to give her children
a
Christmas.
Borden-Cass began
collecting moneyat the entrance of the Carolyn Herrmann Stu-dent Union. Within
a
few days, with
the help
ofCass
Shimek, director of the
Carolyn HerrmannUnion, and Dr. Gary Brown, director of resi-Baldwin, McAuley and Egan Residenceand Briggs and Mercy Apartments. Not
onl
did they raise enough money
forj
the
adult!
student
and
her family,
but
also for four addi-tional families in the Erie Community. Bor-
den-Cass
added that these families had con-
tacted
either Campus Ministry
or
Sr.
MarlenejLehmkuhl,
SCN, director of Sisters of MercyInstitute
for
religious education, for assistance.
Borden-Cass
added that she would like tothank
the Mercyhurst students for their
contri-butions.-
*
'They
were able to rally together toshow they really care."
*
\
 
PAGE
2THE MERCIADJANUARY
30,1992
AMM>^Ui^UUUUM*UAUUUUU
Editor's
Note: This column is designed to let the
Mercyhurst
community know what is happening in the international, nationaland local arenas. The news is gathered from a variety of sources.By Angela M. Camp
Merciad News
EditorINTERNATIONAL:
R
kV
Boris Yeltsin, president of Russia, has once again
retreated from public eyes by canceling all
appointments scheduled
for two days
in
order to focus
on domestic problems, according tothe office of the Russian president
This
disappearance
could
proveto be risky, since it occurred immediately prior to scheduledmeetings with leading nations of
the
Middle East
i
Azerbaijan —
A civilian helicopter was shot down by ArmenianRebels
over
war-torn Nagorno-Karabakh,
near
Iran.
About40
men,women
and children were
killed. Muslim Azerbaijan and ChristianArmenia have fought
for
three years to gain control of Nagorno-Karabakh.Iraq
— Inspectors for the United Nations are attempting
to
 find
heIraqi plants
where Saddam
Hussein produced secret biological andchemical weapons. The report thus
fassays
that 10 types ofchemical weapons have been identified. The
18-member
team ofinspectors were mobbed by about 40 Iraqi demonstrators uponarrival. No one was injured.
}
NATIONAL:Indianapolis - The trial of Mike Tyson, farmer heavyweightboxing champion, began
with jury
selection on Monday,Jan.27.Tyson is charged with raping an
18-year-old
beauty pageantcontestant If convicted, Tyson could
face up to
63 years in prison.Detroit,-
The
?
three
biggest automakers in the nation
will'bereporting record losses for the
1991 year.
Analysts say that
GeneralMotors, Ford, and Chrysler will not make money until after Junewhich will
 reflect
 a general improvement in the economy in themiddle of
the
year.
>
,
Washington
With the
 renewed
nterest in the assassination ofJohn F. Kennedy,
a
bill was introduced to the
House of
Represen-
tatives in which secret
 files
 on the case will be
released.
These
fileswere to remain sealed until 2029.
m
«
I'WII
Hollywood -
The German Export Rim
Union
has
decided not tosubmit "Europa, Europa" for Academy Award consideration
ie strong protests
from
not
only leading German
 film
 makersbut also international objections.
The
film about a Jewish boysurviving the Holocaust, has won various awards including aGolden
Globe for best foreign
 film
 and has been named best
foreignfilm by film critics
 from
 New York and Boston.LOCAL:The proposed plan to close an area high school has Jbeen anexplosive'issue. In
order
to avoid further controversy, a plan is
being proposed by Erie School District officials wherein
academicswould be stripped from Tech Memorial High School. Students
would then study their academics at their •'home
schools'*
and then
go
10 Tech
only for vocational training.
#Reports thai the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) is organizing itself in Erie are
spreading. Pennsylvania
State
Police are looking into rumors that
the KKK plans to hold a rally
soon.
The police captain said that they
will
be prepared
if
it
happens.
Formal launches winter festivities
By Julie TheissMerciad Staff
~
Vl.t
With
>the
Winter ActivitiesWeekend just around the corner,are YOU ready
for
its events? Asthe winter wind blows, the studentswill have
the
opportunity to dancethe night
away
at the
Blizzard
Bash
of
4
92.
The storm will roll in at
thePlaza Hotel on Friday, Jan. 31,beginning
at
9 pan. It will tempo-rarily subside at 1 a.m.
and*then
pick up again with games galore,starting
at ?11:30
ajn.at varioussights on campus.If you have compiled a teamfor
these
events,
there
is
a
meetingin the Government Chambers atThe winners will be chosen by arandom drawing to be held thatnight, with prizes going to eachwinner. The crowning will
be held
around midnight,
so be sure
to stickaround.There will
be
shuttle service
toand
from the formal,
to ensure that
no one drinks and drives. Thebuses will begin from Baldwin at8:30 p.m. and run until 1:30 a.m.Beginning
at
10:30 p.m., the buseswill only drop off students at thetownhouses. Be sure to take ad-vantage of this service.
8:30
pjn.
on
Thursday night
And
if there are any more questions,
contact the SAC office at
824-2463.Throughout the events, whichrange from flag football to milkchugging/banana eating to one ofthe greatest obstacle courses everto be constructed at the 'Hurst,there will be scheduled •'refresh-
Seniors take stepstoward graduation
By Mia
Urycki
Merciad Staff
R
«•:•
Herment
breaks to allow all
involved
to
 rejuvenate
 and regroup for
the
rest of the events. These
breaks are
also to discourage
open
containers,of whatever, during the actualcompetitions. There will also bespirit competitions throughout theday.The entertainment
at the
dancewill consist of the band,
.Willie
Phoenix and the Rockers, and a
disc
jockey, D-Man,
Dennis
Henry.Each
act
will perform for two 45-
minute
sett, with the band finish-ing out
the
night
I
Also at
tho
Bash, all of theMercyhurst students attending will
have
the opportunity
to
be
crowned"King
and Queen Flake of '92."Attention all seniors!
It
may beonly late January, but graduationwill be here before you know it,and now is the time to get every-thing ready so your special dayprogresses without
a
hitch.
t
All seniors
should
have
received
a packet in their mailbox
 from
 Bonila
Hall. Included in
this
packet is a
copy^of
your core requirementevaluation, an application for de-gree,
a
minor verification
form andgeneral
outline of
deadlines.you
should meet ^J"
• * ^^
One very important date thatseniors should be aware of is thisFriday, Jan. 31. By this Friday,seniors should make an appoint-
ment with their
advisor in order tofill out their application for degreeand then turn it
into the
registrar'soffice. Seniors should also haveordered their cap and gown from
the
bookstore
by
Friday, if partici-pating in
the May
graduation cere-mony.
Ruth
Truitt,
who is in
chargeof
caps
and gowns, said that thereare.some students who do not or-der them on time and that it doescause some problems,
but she went
on to say,
"We
try to accommo-date all students."
*
|Seniors
must also
have passedthe Writing Proficiency
Exam
andhave completed the computercompetency requirement in orderto graduate. Those
students^whohave not taken the
writing exam orwho have
failed it should make an
appointment
with Academic
DeanDr. Michael McQuillen immedi-ately. Bonita Hall, who overseesthe graduation evaluations, stressesthe importance of meeting thesetwo requirements.Seniors will eventually receivemailings from External Affairs list-ing graduation activities and an-other letter from Hall informingthe seniors of their place
in?the
graduation line-up.
Mcate
Rentals: Dave Murphyis still trying to get Skates to startskate rental
service for the students
Committees: Chairpersons
areas
follows:
Faculty
Cbmmittee, KateCalhoun (Union and rink); LakerWave, Russ Robinson and MoLalley,
Campus
Life,
Lisa
Scarsella.
•;vi
i
•:
idk
Stales:
Dean
McQuillen
win
once again meet with
die
stu-dents
 regarding
 middle states fol-lowing today's meeting.Comedian: It was voted tobring
a band
to campus,
instead
ofa comedian this May.
•*
Constitutional RevisionCommittee: The history club pro-posed a constitution that will bevoted on
at
the next meeting.Laker Wave: The spirit nightheld last
Saturday
was a success.
1st
Prize:
Mantis
Walsh,
2nd
Prize:Corrie Hanes, 3rd Prize:! JennZiembski.Two students expressedtheir
concern
over
the lottery
proc-ess that was used to pick the win-ners.Club Funding: Due
to
abusesdone to the system by clubs re-centiy, club funding has been sus-pended. New guidelines
have to
bemade am) the process
revamThe
possibility of providing
funds
on a loan basis is being lookedinto.Cultural DiversityDays:Therepresentatives
were briefed on
what
the
three
days of cultural
diversity/awareness
are
all aboutTeams for Winter Activitiesare due Thursday, Jan. 30, by 12p.m. followed by a meeting at 8pjn,
|T ^
Trophy: The
idea
of having atrophy for the winners of the ac-tivities weekend was proposed.New Business: Lis* Scarsellspoke with Dr. Brown about the
drinking
laws in the handbook.The issue of washers and dryerswas also brought up.Senate/Handbook:
Julie
Theisssaid that members of the SenateCampus Life Committee
are
meet-ing this week to go over problemsin
the
handbook.
*
Recycling:
Neal Hammmill ofthe
Political
Science Club
explainedthat the bins are out and a maindumpster was to be delivered theday of this meeting. A few binshave been
vandalized,? so
pleaseget the word out that this is for agood cause.
C.M<
would like toinstall the
same ^program
at theNorth East Division. Anyone see-ing any problems relating to theRecycling program should contact
Neal or other members
of the club.Political Correctness Debate:Dave Murphy reminded the body
that the MSG
sponsored
debate on
political correctness will be heldon Tuesday,Feb.4, at 7:30 p.m.Present white recyclingdumpsters: John Brono recom-mended that students be reminded
and
or made clear
as to what can
beput in the white dumpsters to berecycled.
.
 
VanderWoude
To the editor and my respectiveteam members:
V*
approves of crew budget
When I saw your article
for thecrew
team
last
week,
I
was pleasedto see the
team
was finally gettingsomerecognition. However,whenI read its content, I was disgustedwith such a one-sided display.
This
may appear
odd
since,
as
a
member
of
the
crew team,
I
woulddirectly profit if
the
team's
so called
4
'unacceptable
budget" was recti-fied to pay for the uniforms. I agree
that
on the
surface the entire
issueappears unfair
to
theathletes,whono doubt are
dedicated to
the extentof sacrificing time and energy tofinancially support
their
team.
What
was missed in the article was thereason
they
must
cover the cost oftheir own
uniforms.
The
budget is paying
for more
important equipment that will bevital to the team's success!
Long
awaited rowing machines,
a
neces-sity in any modern rowing pro-gram, have finally been purchased.Newer and faster boats are beingbought at an estimated $10,000each.Furthermore,
a new
trailer
to
tk>n. Besidcarry them to races has also beenacquired.
All of this must be added
f
ru*
on the cost
of a twelve day trainingcamp in Georgia and the cost ofregattas in the Spring. Wake upMercyhurst Crew, we are in themidst of progress.
}
I guess it comes d
I would rather beknown as a winner than simply a
well-dressed
loser. As
far as
I am
•]•.•
I
»
to
whether
or
not
the team wants a pretty
uni-form or necessary equipment that
will help to win
races.
Isn't that
thereal reason
for
the sport,
not
onlyin the perspective of
the
oarsman,but
also in the eyes
of administra-concerned,the school is su]ing me to
win^I
will sacrifice a
little time and money
 to
 dress
myself.
Rob
VanderWoude
Captain of
the
crew team
^v
f4T
Sister Marlene discusses condom issue
Dear Editor:
3
1
was grateful for Kevin
McHugh's
straight-forward articlequestioning
why Mercyhurst hasn'tprovided condoms for its
students.We need a forum to discuss suchconcerns
and
if
for
the present, it'sThe Merciad, may our desire fordialogue
create a more
satisfactorymanner
than
periodic articles.
Condoms are distributed in
someschool districts, that to my think-ing, have solid socio-economic
reasons for
doing
so.
Their context
is
different
from
Mercyhurst's. Asa Catholic college, we attempt toofconsciencewith our students, according tochurch teaching. It's our task topresent
that
teaching,
its degree
ofauthority and the appropriate re-sponse the church asks when itteaches non-infallibly, as it does
the use
of
contraceptives and
con-doms.
_
The school will not take aposition biasing personaldecision-making in this'regard
by
offering condoms,any more than it willdesignate areas as brothels.
Conscience formation is an
awesome
responsibility. A teacher,counsellor, priest,
 friend
 who
walkswith
others in the process and
val-
ues the integrity of the
person,
knows •
that honesty with
oneself,
others
The Merciad
Mercyhurst College's First Class newspaperas rated by the Associated Collegiate PressVol. 65 No. 13January
30,199
Karen McGulreAngela M. Camp
Jule
GardnerAnne McNeilsJoseph LeglerJohn FurlongHolly
Fulmer
Yvonne
Maher
Timothy
Moriarty
Editor-in-Chief
•• News
EditorFeatures EditorArts and Entertainment Editor
Sports
EditorPhoto EditorCopy Editor
|
Advertising ManagerFaculty Advisor
MERCIAD STAFF
Aaron
MacerelliDanMcQuiUenAdria
StalskyEd Hess
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Tricia
Kuhar
Amy FitzgeraldTodd PalmerSteve Rush
LeonMumford
ChrisFiely
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John Danknich
Grace
Bruno
Garth
McCurdySuzanne Conegiio
Tamara
Moriarty
Dave
McQuillenNicole GeraciMichelle RyanBeth NicholsPatty
Suk;
Keith CoursonCraig Rybczynski
Lisa
BrownRobyn
BraunrolhKatie
Johnson
John
Bruno
MiaYurickiJulie
TheissGlenn Ondick
Laura Blabcc
The Merciad is the student-produced newspaper ofMercyhurst College, Box
161,501
E. 38th St,Erie, Pa., 16546. Phone 824-2376Material for publication must be
submitted"By
noon
%
on the Monday before publication.The Merciad welcomes letters to
the
editor. Letters must be stoned.
K«»
*HP
Mam*
gan
be
withheld bv
request under certain conditions.The
Merciad's
editorial opinion is determined
Iby
the Editorial Board with the Editor holdingfinal responsibility.
The
opinions expressed inThe Merciad
are not
necessarily those ofrrhe Merciad. its staff
or
Mercyhurst College.
KC
and
before
God
is key
in die
com-mon search for
truth
and meaningin life. Aparent,teacher,
friendwho
is conscious
of
he obligationsof the role realizes no one otherthan oneself
can provide
a yes/noin any decision ofconscience.'
Students concerned
 fir
he
well-being of others as they are forthemselves, are
provided with
peopleand possibility
for help in reaching
a judgement Class content^ anddiscussion, dialogue with others,
an honest analysis
of one's behav-
ior and
motivations
and prayer are
preliminary to decisions. Once a
decision is
made, the
action
neces-sarily follows. Others may haveassisted in arriving at a decision,but the
individual
carries through
with the act
n
In Mercyhurst context if onedecides on sexual intercourse out-side
a
committed relationship, thatperson accepts responsibility for
him/herself.
The school will nottake a position biasing personaldecision-making in this regard by
offering
condoms, any
more than it
will designate
areas
as brothels. If
the
individual
pursues
sexual ven-tures,
he/she
makes the necessaryaccommodations,
assuming
respon-sibility before, during
and
after.Thanks again, Kevin, for yourhonesty
in * 'putting it out there
fordiscussion;
9
* perhaps it will spuron more
"Let's
Listen
and
Talk"
Archivist digs up old handbooks
Dear Editor:possibilities.
Marlene
Lehmkuhl
Director, Mercy
Institute
for Reli-
gious
Education
and Lay
Ministry
t As
archivist,
I
have knowledgeof the history of the college overthe past 66 years; therefore, I am
alerted to statements in
TheMer-ciad and elsewhere claiming thatsomething
was done
"for the firsttime."
These.were
the openingwords*
in <
the otherwise excellent
article on''Campus
Life Commit-tee Lays Down Law" by
Todd
Palmer
in
the December
12,1991
issue
of The
Mercud.
I
was aware
of
other
student handbooks beingpreserved in the Mercyhurst Col-lege Archives which isHammermill Library.I have since researched theMercyhurst
colectjons
and havefound handbooks for the follow-Dear Editor,
We are
writing to express ourconcern about skating hours desig-nated for student skating in ournew hockey
rink.
Students were
informed thatthe hockey rink would
r
be open for students to skate dur-ing specific
hours
five
days out of
the week. However this,
as,we
found out, is
not the
case.
'On
Wednesday, Jan. 29, wewent to the rink at 8:30 p.m. tomake use of the last half hour ofskating, but we and many others
were
disappointed to find out thatthe rink was being occupied by
students playing intramural
hockey.We understand that more
the rink
is getting much use; how-ever
,
all other skaters
are
unable toskate when there is an
intramural
hockey
game
being played.Our point is that
die
student
skating
hours are limited
as it is
andit's unfair to limit them anymore,especially without notifying thestudents.
Is there
any way
that the
stu-
dent
skating hours
and
intramuralhockey games can be arranged so
that they will
not conflict?
If
not,atleast inform other skaters in ad-vance
that they won't be able to
use
the
rink.
'
ing years: 1938, 1966-67, 1969-
70,
1970-71, 1973-74, 1974-75,
%:hM
1977-78. There may have
others
published
butl do not have
them. If the Judicial
Board and die
Campus Life Committee
wish theiipublication
 to
 be preserved
 for
uturestudent bodies, they
would be
well-
advised to make sure the
Archivesreceives a copy. The members ofthese committees and other inter-ested students would be welcometo visit the Archives to see these
Student
Handbooks.
The Archives
advanced skaters
enjoyt
playinghockey on the ice, and we're gladThank
You,]
Grace BrunoMichelle
Ryan
is open on Monday
and TTiursdayafternoons
 from
 1 to 4
pjn.
and on
Tuesday, Wednesday and Fridaymornings
 from
 8:30
am. to
11:45
a.m.Sincerely yours,Sr.
Mary Lawrence
Franklin,
R.SM

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