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The Merciad, March 30, 1995

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A
woman who meanswhat she says
m
Celebrating women in religionJYes, ordination
is
still denied
to
women
in
the Catholic church,but that doesn't mean they sit quietly
in silenceJWomen
in variousreligious traditions are
making;a
difference and
Mercyhursf
celebrate
them during
a
panel forum titled "Women
in Religion'* onThursday, March
30 at 8
pan.
in
the Student Government Chambers.The
panel has
been organized
by
Mercy hurst Voices for
Women In
recognition of Women's History Month. Look for more details
911
campus bulletin boards.
%•
L.C.B. Forum
IITie
Office of Residence Life and Mercyhurst Student Govern*pent are presenting agents
 from
he liquor
Control Board
(L.C|||
on
Thursday, March 30 at 8
pjniin
Baldwin
Hall.fThe forumfis
designed
to
answer
questions and
concerns of
students regardin&Cbe
L.C.B..Everyone is encouraged
to come and
ask questionsconcern
ing? the
rights and limitations of the^LCB.
whemdealing
»|th
students. .-1
H
nk
j_
What
about
welfare?Sister Regina McKillip, OP will conduct
a workshop on
welfare
.
1 1
reformlon
Saturday, April
8^from
1* until 4
p.m.iThe
title
pflhe
workshop is
"Lifting
Up or Abandoning
the
Poor?" The workshopwill cover
the
following topics: faith
and thewelfarerefbrm
debate;
history
of
the
social welfare programs; myths
about AFDC
recipients; current legislative proposals and how
to get
involved
m She
welfare debate.
The;workshop
is sponsored bv
me
Erie Sisters
|j
Mercy*
The
workshop
will;bc held|at Mercyhursf PreparatorySchoolin the
cafeteria.
For more
information
about the
workshop,contact Sister
Malou Serrano at
864-4889.
^ ^H^lMary Jo
Leddy, founder
of
NewCatholic
Times
and director ofRomero House in Toronto willgive the Mercyhurst OscarRomero Lecture titled, "A Man
Who Meant What
He Said."The Romero House is a placefor refugees, many of them from
El
Salvador.Oscar Romero, a bishop murdered
at the altar
in that war-torncountry, proclaimed
the
CatholicChurch as a church for the poor
and was a
 fierce
 advocate for
so
cial
justice.Leddy
works to shatter the
ste
reotypes
of refugees, giving themfaces in her many talks throughout North America and in herregular columns for the
Toronto
Star. I
i
She is the author
of
three
books,
Re
weaving Religious Life, Sayto the
Darkness We Beg
to
Dif
fer and Memories
of
War, Promises of Peace. She was awarded
the 1983 Ida Nudel Human
RightsAward
and
several
press
awards,including best editorial,
best
newsstory
and best
theological reflection. In 1993, she was presentedwith
theiOntario
CitizenshipAward.
*
Social activism was a way oflife for her family. She tells astory of
a
newly-wed physicianand his wife, a registered nurse,who set out for Europe at theoutbreak of World
Warll "to
makea contribution to the
war
effort -to prevent the government ofHitler and Mussolini from de
stroying
democracy
for all
time."She was their first-born.Catholicism was
"part
of
the air
we breathed," Leddy wrote, andit was a Catholicism rooted insocial justice and community.As
a
student of philosophy, shewas obsessed with bringing thecontemplative life
and
the activelife together. She found a com
panion in
that
quest
in writings by
I
Hanna Arendt,
a German
Jewishphilosopher and the subject of
Leddy's
doctoral dissertation.Arendt blamed the success ofNazism
on
the silence of the populace. In
explaining
Arendt's position, Leddy wrote,
"All
theseChristians, good Christians, allthe academics, all the politicalpeople had abandoned theprocess of public life... She argued
that
the whole obligation of public life,
and
not
just
the obligationbut the feeling
mat
we are moatfolly
human is
achieved
when
we
are
acting in
public for the sake
of
the public
good."In her own public life, Leddy
consistently
1
tempers thoughtswith deeds, voice with action.On Monday, the Mercyhurstcommunity will have the opportunity
to hear
that voice.
Social
work's!
top award winner
Choose
your home
Don't forget sign-ups for housing
in
Mercy or on Briggs for tie
1995-96
school
year
will
be
Sunday; April 2
in Sullivan
Half from
6|intil
9 p.m. Students
are
reminded
to bring theirlottery
tickets
to
sign-ups. Groups
should
check the board outside the housing office
hi Old Main
Thursday
jor
Friday for
their
designated sign
up
t%n&
Weekend Activities
|
WS
W\
^The
movie
Mr.
Wonderful vMl
be shown
on
Thursday,
Marcjfpt|
:
S|9
pan.
in
the Great
Room
of
the
Student Union. Admission
is 0$&
BACCHUS is hosting the
BACCHUS
regional
convenjion
Fri<%
ibid
Saturday, March
31
and April 1.
Friday
might will feature; a
ferformanceby the Last
Call Jugglers
in the Athletic Center a
t8j|i|| j
There wilfbe a
coffeehouse
on Friday
following the performance
Sith«? Laker
Inn,co-sponsored by SACiThe coffeehouse will
feature
Skylark^
Admission to both events Friday^
is
 free*
 There will
|econferences.on
Saturday. The
$25
admission fee
to the conferences
Coversbreakfast,lunch and
a
t-shirt
I
I^The
men's baseball team
takes
on Gannon University at
Ainsworjthon
 
Sunday atl
p.m-
j TTie
Lady Laker
lacrosseteamwill
play
Grove City
Saturda|i|12p.m. on the football practice^field.By
Kiltie
Petri
MericadNews
Writer
Not
too often do
we
see
a
whitelimousine cruising the streets of
Erie
Pa.,
and when one is
spottedpeople take notice. That notice
was the
goal of the proud husband
and son
of senior Mercyhurst student, Susan Deveney as
her
limousine driver pulled up to thefront door of
the
Waterfall Restaurant in Erie, on March 21,1995,
not for
the Academy Awards, butfor the National Association ofSocial Workers, Northwest, Pa.Division annual awards banquetDeveney was presented with aSocial Work Student of the Yearplaque
in the presence
of NASWmembers, faculty of the socialwork departments from North-west Pennyslvania Colleges andUniversities,
and
other nomineesand their families.
NASW has
been presenting thisaward annually for the past fiveyears to students nominated bycollege faculty members
for their
demonstration of excellence andenthusiasm in the field of
social
work. Students are up againstnominees
 from
 Edinboro
Unfver-sity, Mercyhurst College andGannon University, and accord
ing to Lee
Shuster, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Social
Work
at Mercyhurst,
"To the
de-
light
of
the
department of socialwork at Mercyhurst this award
has
been presented to Mercyhurststudents consecutively
for the
pastGve years."Shuster nominated Deveneybased on
her
commitment
to
theSocial Work department, academic excellence, many successful volunteer efforts,
and
professional demeanor. Shuster said,
"Sue
has been a model to thewhole department
as
an adultstudent,
wife and mother
capable ofjuggling and preserving her responsibilities, all the whileremaining
in good
humor.*
9
Also recognized at the awardsbanquet was Mercyhurst nomi-|nee Heidi Tuszynski, a seniorSocial Work Major. Tuszynskiwas nominated
by
Carl A. Triola,Mercyhurst Professor
and
Chairof the Social Science Division,for what he regarded as,
"her
excellent academic and fieldplacement achievements."
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Power
Talk
invades
IWMCE
airwaves
WMCEis
airing a political
talk
show, called
Power
Talk,
thataddresses controversial issues,hosted by liberal
senior*Jay
Kennedy
and
conservative freshman
Emilio Cola
iacovo. Accord-
ing
to Kennedy,
the show
is aimedat educating those who are tooextreme on either the liberal orthe conservative wing to understand
mat
there are no simpleanswers to complex problems.
"Judging
by the
phone
calls we
ha ve
been receiving
a t
the stationabout the show, I am very convinced
that it's been
catching onfast, and people are obviouslyentertained by it," says Kennedy.
Power
Talk
often invites guestson
the j
program, ranging fromstudents
and
faculty
to
membersof
the Erie
community. Listenerswith comments
or
questions areable to call into the show, al
though
they will
not be able to
be
broa dcas t on the a
ir. Faxes
and
e-
mail
are also accepted. Legitimate
comments are read
over the
air at the
beginning of
the
showon the following day.'The
most accurate way to
de
scribe the
show would
be
to compare
it to
a radio version ofCNN's
Crossfire"
says
Kennedy,
"but itmust
be noted that since we arestudents, we should not be expected
to be as
knowledgeable asthose who do talk shows for aliving."Phone callers should call 824-
2261.
The fax number is 824-2590.
Power
Talk
comments canalso be sent over the internet ifyou
e-mail
D«Mt»»
Tnlk
air*everv Monday,Tuesday, Thursday and Fridayfrom
3:30
pan.to 4 pan.
itttJit't
*
*
 
PAGE
2
THE
MERCIAD
MARCH
30,1995
Countdown to
MSG
election|
day
By Dan Hilfiker'
Merciad
Staff
Writer
All
students interested in running for
Mercy
 hurst student Government positions were remindedat Monday's MSG meeting
that
letters of
intent
must be submit
ted to
any executive
board
member or Cass
Shimek,
MSG advi
sor, by
Friday April
7.
Letters ofintent must nclude the candidatesname and the position mat he orshe is
running
for.
*
In other news,
 freshman
 rep.Jennifer Hirt withdrew fromschool,
creating
a vacancy. Let
ters
of ntent for this position willbe accepted until Friday, March
31.
Elections for next
year's
executive board positions will beheld next Monday from nopn-4p.m., and from noon-5 p.m. onTuesday.Details of the spring festival
also
were clarified
at die
meeting.MSG president George
Pay
docksaid, "We are trying to do thesame as we did last year." Thebands
will
be
performing outdoombehind the
Rec.
Center facing
the
campus.
The
activities are scheduled to move indoors if theweather turns bad. A dinner is
scheduled to be held in
the cafeteria on Friday
 from
 6-8 p.m. followed by
a
Monte
Carlo
night inthe
Student
Union.
Pre-sale
tick
ets will be available for $3, andfree admission will
be
granted
toall those who volunteer their
help.
Volunteers are needed for
bomdays
of activities.
,"Pay
dock also stated that theFestival Committee
are
workingover their
budget
of $5,000. Current spending puts them at the$6,392 mark, $1,392 over budget
|
Secretary Jessica
Cuffia
proposed that
a
pep rally be held to
celebrate
the
achievements of allstudent athletes at MercyhurstFunding for
the
event will comefrom
an
excess of
funds
left overfrom Homecoming activities. Theproposal was unanimously approved
and a
date
for
the
event is
to
be set at a
later time.Discussion
and *
debate wasopened up'for the
future
of the
Freedom
Zone.
Senior representative Jeff
Hutchinson
stated,
"Itis now time to
draw the
line
in the
sand." The loorwas
opened up
toideas
and
proposals
as'
to thepublication's future.
Freedom Zone
editor TateDavidson said, "We are reallytrying
to get
this paper
done. Wehave people who are interestedand doing a lot of
hard
work. Ithink we need to improve communication
by
having
one personfrom MSG who is not directlyinvolved with
the
Freedom Zone
to
attend
our meetings
and
someone from the
Freedom Zone
attend all MSG meetings."Davidson also brought
up the
ideaof having
a
work-study positionwithin the
Freedom Zone..
Junior Representative CharlieCaryl moved
to
create
an ad
hoccommittee of eight members to
iron
out the
problems associated
with
the
Freedom
Zone
this y
ear.
Also,
the publication would
re-
tain the name of
Freedom
Zone
and
no suspension of ssues
wouldoccur this
year. This motion waspassed unanimously and nominations for committee members followed.
j|
Heeled
as members of the adhoc committee to represent MSGwere senior reps Paul Rom andJoe Joseph, and junior reps Charlie
Caryl
and
Chris
Glaz. Representing
the
Freedom Zone
on
the committee
will*be
Tate Davidson,Kelly Green, Kevin Segedi, and
Nikki
Dobay. The final decisionsof the committee
are*due
backMonday, April 10.In a later interview,
FreedomZone
editor Tate Davidson said,
"It
is up to the people who trulycare about it
(Freedom Zone)
tocontinue production
and
growing
in the
years
to
come.
I feel that
a
closer relationship
with MSG
willbenefit
us
in some
ways."
If anystudents have any ideas
for-the
issue,
they
should
contact
any
ofthose on
the
committee.Attendance at the March 27meeting (P indicates present; Eindicates excused absence; U in-dicates unexcused absence):Sarah Allen, P; Tom Bender, E;Amy DeAngelo, P; ChrisHerbolsheimer,
P;
JenVetter,P;Tricia Baugh, P; Stacey
Fitzpatrick,
P; Amy Kovach, PDana Pazin, P;.
Kais
Asforur,P
Chariie
Caryl,
P;
Chris
Glaz, P
Cecilie
Morian, P; KatieMcGlynn,
i.
P; BridgettePalmisano, P;
Rob
Vescio,P; MattAdams, P; Joe Joseph,
P;Gretchen
Ulery, PrBeth Hurrianko, P; JeffHutchinson,
F;
Katie Johnson,
P;
Jennifer Lowe, P; ErinMcGuinness, P; Aisha Nix, P;Paul Roth,
P;
Marc Johnston, P;Michelle Mizia, P.MSG
meetings
are held everyMonday
at 8:30 p.m. in the
Government Chambers of the StudentUnion.
The
meetings
are
open
to
the Mercyhurst community.
Senior's strive to raise funds
This year's Senior Project hasalready raised more money thanany since 1989, according toProject Chair Beth
\
Hurrianko.$4,524 have been raised so farand 43.4 percent of
the
class of1995
has
said
they would
donate
to the
project
%.
The
Senior
Project
for mis
year
is
a commemorative stained glasswindow,
which
will be placed inthe window of the GovernmentChambers in the Student
Union
when it is completed, saidHurrianko.
The phonathon
to solicit pledgesended on
March
28.
Seniors who
were
not
contacted by phone will
receive
a
letter
 from
he
commit
tee.
The letter
will
include a pledge
card
to be returned to
the
Institutional Advancement Office.
Do
nations
can be
made under a three-year plan or students can pledge
to
give one amount
one
time.Hurrianko would like to thankthe following seniors who helped
with
the phonathon:
Lisa
Brown,Michael Brown, Katy Colvin,Kristine DeMarinis, ShenaDriscoll,
^Nicole
Geraci, BethHaas, Katie Johnson, ErinMcGuinness, Jennifer'Munch,Brenda Poole, Norma Telega,Matthew
Turner
and
Karen
Uni-versal.
Anyone with
questions regarding the Senior Project can contactHurrianko
at
824-2827.
I
t
.
/
The Merciad
Mercyhurst College's First Class newspaper
as
rated
by
the Associated
Collegiate Press
Vol. 68 No. 21
March 30.1995
Merciad EditorsCraig Ry bczy nski
Lnne
L.
McNetis
Ink Gardner
I
Editor in
ChiefAdvertising Manager
>
c\
Copy
Editor
Senior Writer
Leon Mumford
Spoilt Editor
Annie
Schleicher Arte,
Entertainment
A Features Editor
Megan Circle
News Editor
Jerry
Trambley
Faculty Advisor
Merciad Staff
Lee
Ann
KellyHeather
Ryan |Beth
Nichols
1Howard
Wilson
Chris
Rely;
JoelPentz
Jay
KennedyMike BrownNicole GeraciHeather Marshall
Kane Petri
Scott WilliamsonJennifer LoweTracy
Croat |
Tonya BeebeAndrew BurckElizabeth
NavimNickKrayger
Nicole
PonstingleMikeGarnica
Damon Sterling
Greg Troyer
Dan
HilfikerAmy HardnerThe Merciad is
the
student-produced
newspaper
of Mercyhurst College, Box
161,
501R
38th St, Erie, Pa.,
16546 Phone 824-2376The
Merciad
welcomes letters to
the editor.,
In
rnnHJtiniK.
nerii hiil
the name.
The
Merciad's
editorial
opinion
is
determined
by
the
Editorial
Board with the
Editor
holding final responsibility*
The
opinions
expressed in The Merciad are
not
necessarily
those
of The Merciad.
Us
staff or
Mercyhurst
College,
Scholarship Opportunities
A1CPA
Minority Iniatives Committee
qualifications:^ Minority accounting studentDeadline: July
1,1995
\
J
Amcrican Business Women'sAssociation
Qualifications: Financial need, open to males and femalesDeadline: April
15,1995 . 1 .-.-*-, 1
' *W!
tf*r-
Business
and
Professional
Women's Foundation Educational Programs
Qualifications:
Woman
30 years or older, Financial need,
majoring
in computer science, teacher education, paralegal studies, engineering, science orprofessional degrees
t ^
Deadline: April
15.1995
The John
Gyles
Education Fund
Qualifications: Minimum GPA of 2.7Deadline: April
15,
June 15, and
November
30
Pennsylvania
Federation of
Democratic Women, Inc.
Qualifications:
PA
woman student in the Junior class of an accredited college or university, must possess a Democratic family background or be anactive participant
in|the
activities of the Democratic partyDeadline: April
14
For more information and applications, contact Sr. Maria Lucia Serrano at
extI2290
1
mi
 
MARCH 30,1995
THE MERCIAD
PAGE
3
\
Got the
PM
Jason Ulery
Merciad
Columnist
Time for the latest in
Merciad
music
rcviews,with
a new flavor. I'm that kid in the corner,
or,
as Pm known
by
my friends,Funky. This week's reviews:Mike Watt and Blues
Explosion.
First up we have Mike
Wattfonncrly
of the Minute-men
and
FIREHOUSE, with his solo effort
Ball-Hog
or
Tugboat?
It is a
solo album
in
the broadest sense of
the
word as he
is
joined
by
many of today's hottest musicians. Among
the
more
notables are:Mike D. and Adam Horowitz of the Beastie
•II
•ys,
Henry Rollins,
Thurston
Moore, Lee Ranaldo, and Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth,
Evan Dando
of the Lemonhcads, Stephen
Perkins
of
Porno
 for
hePyros, Frank
Black,
Flea, Chris and Curt Kirkwood of theMeatpuppets, and Dave
Grohl,Krist
Novoselic, and Pat Smear,formerly of Nirvana.Watt is known for his ability to diversify his musical
styles,and
he even makes vocalists Edward Vedder and Dave Pirner soundgood. He transcends todays' level of music going from bluesyselections such as
a
Big
Train"
and
"Drove
Up From
Pedro"
to
the
re
hardcore
"Tuff
Gnarl"
and
the Rollins-fronted
"Sexual
Mill-
 
;a
tary Dynamics" to the jazzy
"E-Ticket
Ride"
along with
the
funk-drenched
"Coincidence
is. Either Hit or Miss,"
both!featuring
members of
the
Beastie Boys. He also does an excellent cover ofGeorge Clinton's "Maggot
Brain".
Are you ready to go 17 roundswith Mike
Watt? =
U
*
Next is
the Jon
Spencer
Blues
Explosion with their third album,Orange. Either
no one
has heard of
this
or everyone lacks
the
abilityto recognize good
music
I
mean,
how am I supposed to know?Maybe you sit around and listen to Rick Springfield all day.
Anyway,this
is
a
great album from New York's
art-core
scene
and
Spencer does
a
great
Elvis Presley impersonation. Bass would
just get in
the way
of
this
one.
Vocalist
and
guitarist Spencer, alongwith guitarist Judah Baver and
drunner
Russell
Smins
combineblues
(duh)
with jazzy
riffs,
galaetic sound
effects,and screeching
horns.
A grea
t
underground
album with tracks
such as
"Bellbottoms,""Sweat,"
"Blues
X
Man,"
"Full
Grown," and "Flavor," featuring
Beck.
Everybody should go check these two albums out immediately,if not sooner. They
both
feature old punk rockers
who have gone
on
to
redefine
our
generation's
mu
sic.
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THE
ROADHOUSE
THEATRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART
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"Dear God-if
there is a God,save my
soul-if
I have a soul."The agnostics' prayer ust doesn'tseem to cut it anymore. However, Charles Kennedy, Jr.'s diagnosis and prescription for the
Slate of
he American
Soul
may
he
Just the tonic
that
your looking
for.
In conjunction with the CarpeDiem
Lecture |
Series, Kennedywill present a philosophical/musical happening Friday, March
31,
at 7
p.m.
in the Zurn
Recital Hall.Kennedy chose
a
musical format because of the important
na
ture of the topic.
u
It is a
philo
sophical,not the usual theologi-
your
cal, effort to prove
that there
areobjective
troths
that
 relate
o being
human,
even
in
this
relativis-tic
age,"
said Kennedy.Looking back to ancient cul
tures,
cultures
that
lived
in
smallhealthy groups for thousands of
years,
Kennedy discovered
a
pre
scription to
 restore
 our souls fromtheir shriveled
states.
That prescription is
love—love
of
God,
love of
self;
and love ofcommunity. Love, for Kennedy,is
"wanting
what is best for the
one you
care
about"
But
withoutall three loves this circle, thatexpresses itself in the form ofcommunity, is incomplete.Critical to any
thinking
aboutlove, according to Kennedy, isremoving the notion from vour
Soul
head that love
is purely emotional."Love is possibly the most powerful force in the universe,"Kennedy said. The sexual,
ro
mantic
"being
in
love"
is but asmall
portion
of
what
it
means
to
love
and
be loved.
For
Kennedy,when people
havehhesei three
loves in their lives they can
"re
ally
live".
They can sing, dance,be in community, eat together,talk
and
worship.".
^Admission to
this program
is an
"immediately consumable
Ameri
can
icon",
i.e.
Ho
Ho's,Twinkies.apple
pie,
milk
and
cookies,
Tang,
Kool
Aid, etc Donations forBrendon Thompson will also beappreciated.
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APRIL
4,7
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