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PERIOHCALLIBRARYUSEONLY
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MERCYHURST
OOLLjHAMMERMILL
LIBRARYBRIE,PA.
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6546-0001
Vol 72
No.
!Mercyhurst
College •
501
E 38th St. • Erie, Pa. 16546October L 1998
IWlio
Field given $900,000 upgrade
By Stephen
Nolan
Sports Editor
Mcrcyhurst's
athletics programopened its season on the rightfoot with
over
$1.3 millionworth of improvements andupgrades.
*
Most remarkable is the
$900,000
Astroturf installed atTullio Field, creating a multi-purpose, yearaccording to Athletic DirectorPete
Russa Also
included inthe improvements, which wereapproved by the college's boardof trustees in early summer, is a
$300,000
locker room expan-sion at the Ice Center, a$100,000 addition to thePhysical Fitness
Center
plus
.
m
new equi prrient
worth $65,Y/00,
The
gym
floor
in the
Mercy hurstA
thletic Center was
ted
with a
$ 18,000
price
tag,
Russo
said.
The Astroturf was
com pietedfor
the football
team's home
opener against MichiganTechnical University on Sept
12.
The
Lakers
lost by a close margin
of
21-24.
\
J-
Football
players
aren't the onlyathletes to use the new field.Russo said that men's andwomen's lacrosse, women's fieldhockey, baseball and
soft ball
practice and intramural sports will
use
the field.
*£ *I
Last year, the lacrosse teamsplayed their home games atVeterans Stadium while fieldhockey hosted home games atFamily First Sports Park. Theupgraded field will bring thosesports back to campus."The new field provides us
with
a facility that can be used by somany sports. My goal is to bring| all sports on campus, and
this isJattgstepioward
this
goal,^^^]
Russo
said.
L
In addition to improvements,at Tullio
Field,
a 4,000-square-foot addition was built at the IceCenter to house a locker room,two shower rooms, a laundryroom and a training room.
Hursti
plansHomecoming
98
By Carrie TappeNews EditorFestivities celebrating
Mercyhurst's
Homecoming
'98
will
begin
Friday.
The
week-
end will
also
mark the 25thanniversary of
the
class of 1973
-
the first class of graduates toinclude men earning four yeardecrees.The weekend
kicks of I
Friday with the first annualHomecoming Formal from 7p.m. to midnight at Sabella's,Union Station. Tickets are
SIS.
Shuttle buses will take studentsfrom campus to Sabella's. TheHomecoming Formal
will ^
replace the Winter Formal.
?
Mercyhurst*
s new dancestudio, Dancespace,
\s
ill host an8 p.m. dance
performance
onFriday. The Cummings Art
*;
Gallery will serve desserts andbeverages during the Presque IsleArtists opening from 7 to 9 p.m. |Saturday, the Mercyhurstfootball team will take on
T|
Hillsdale
College at Tullio Fieldat 1:30 p.m. At half time, thehomecoming
long
and queen willbe
crowned.
Students areencouraged to vote for thehomecoming court Thursdaybetween 11 am. and 4
p.m.
andFriday from
11
am. until 2 p.m.
i
n
the Student Union.
K
The candidates for Homecom-ing Queen
include
Tracy
Bacik,
Heather Becky, Jen
Black,
EllenBurke and Missy Lang. Candi-dates for King are
MikeGrat7
miller, Ryan Kennis,
Matt
Kissel, Jamie Milliter, ScottRobson and Tom Wilson.Homecoming culminatesSunday
with
Mass in
Christ
the
!King Chapel at
10
am.
The Mercyhurst
Lakers
hosted theirSept.
1S
feomiUDftntfi
Russo went
on to
say that thelocker room will be used byvisiting teams,
men's
ice hockey,field hockey and
men \s and
women's lacrosse.The physical fitness centernearly doubled its
original
size ina
l,200-square
- fcot
addition.
«Nev
equipment purchased includestreadmills and exercise bicycles,Russo
said.
The fitness center
will
be fully staffed this year byDan Yonko, Jr., director of
the
center and men's lacrosse coachVinnie Lang, as assistant
"These
were the priorities for
Photo
courtesy of Sports
lnfbrn
| TuUkHFtofef^-raw Astroj
us to
have
completed by
this
year. This enhances the
athlej
program at
Mercyhurst.
We
aretrying to bring
our
fa
_^__^
to the standard of our programand these changes have broughtus a longway," said Russo. 4
... .
Security becomes police
and?
safety
By Carrie TappeNews Editor
*
Effective Sept
1,
the MercyhurstCollege Security Departmentformally became
the
Departmentof Police and Safety.The changes
come
mainly as aresult of concerns voiced at astudent government forum lastspring regarding
the
limitedauthority afforded
the
security
department,
according
to
Chiefof
Police
Ken Sidun.A common concern was thatsecurity officers did not have theauthority
to
remove non-students
from
the campus.
***
W-
W hile
Mercyhurst Police havethe power
to
detain and arrestindividuals when a
law Is
brokenon campus, Sidun
said,
felonies
J
and misdemeanors will still
be;
handled by the Erie police.Three of the department's sixfull-time and part-time employ-ees have police powers. Sidun,Sgt Eric Kraus
and
Cpl.DonOtt have full police powThe other
employees
of thedepartment remain securityofficers.
|
None of
the
police or
security
officers carry firearms, but theyare authorized
to
carry
pepperspray and an extendiblebaton.The change
to
a
police
forcelinks
the
department to statecomputer systems for access toinformation like background andcar registration checks, andallows
officers
to track harassing
phone calls
almost immediately."We hope
to
create a
safer
environment for
students
andresidents," Sidun
said,
l,:
At a recent Student Govern-
ment
meeting, students couldask
questions
regarding thedepartment's changes at thestudent
gorvernment
meeting.One student questioned policeofficers' ability to search anapartment Sidun
replied.'The
officers must adhere to thelaw in dealing
with such
matters, but
we
still havesecurity officers,
who
have the
authority
to
search
apartments
with good reason and
no
searchwarrant**Around campus, studentsexpressed mixed concerns about
the new
department South'Briggs resident assistant CurtisWalsh said, "The change is notnecessary because the oldsecurity
system
worked
 fine
 andstudents
who
want to kick backand
have
safe
fun
as they alwaysdid here, run
the
risk of
getting
inunnecessary legal trouble."Junior Jenny Novak
said,
"I
think
what
they did
as
far as thepower
to
arrest
is
very
good.
Ithink it's really meant for thesafety of students,
not
for bustingparties. The only thing
I
*
question is why wasn't It doneearlier?"
*
The department
is
also
working
on
a "safe-wa!
k"
escortprogram
to
accompany studentswalking across campus afterdark.
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1,1998
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Sodexho Marriot takes over management of food services
By David
HermenauMerciad
Writer
Students
and faculty returning tocampus this fall found changes in
Mercy
hurst's food service. Fromthe new turquoise uniforms wornby cafe workers to the appear-ance of pizza as a daily food
item.
it is clear that some
type
oftransition had
occurred.
.
During the Summer, manage-ment of the cafeteria changedhands. What
was
once a
*
Mercyhurst-managed
service
is
now run by the Sodexho Marriott
Corporation.
Mercvhurst contracted Marriottto manage
the
food service onthe main campus
as
well as theNorth East campus.According
to
Ted
Foessett,
food service director, this presentchange was an attempt to bringthe
college's
food service
up
tospeed with
the
change andgrowth that
the
school hasexperienced in other areas.Foessett has been with the.Marriott for
19
years and nowoversees the Egan Dinning Hall,the Laker
Inn,
the new conve-nience store in the HermannUnion and the food service for
Mercyhurst's
North EastCampus.Marriott's size and resourcesmake it well equipped to handlethe challenge of providing a foodservice of the caliber required by
Mercy
hurst's
administration.,
Foessett said, "We have
a
lot
more
support...
we
have
people
who
develop
recipes
and test
$
things.
We
also just
have
a
lot of
experience. We have many,many units. If it
works
in
one,we
just kind of
pass
it on."This transition, however, hasnot been without
its
stumblingblocks. The food
service's
firstfull time weekend posed quite achallenge
to the
cafe's
then low-numbered
staff.
Slowly, how-ever, as the work staff has filled
up,
things have gotten easier.SteveSiemienski,StudentManager,
said,
"Once we get*more (workers), I think it will goback to normal because rightnow all the work studies
haven*t
come in.
i
All Mercy
hurst food
service J
employees were offered theirsame or si miliar job positionswith Marriott at compensationlevels close to their previouslevels. Several full-time
employ
ees,
incl uding
those in highermanagement positions, havechosen not
to
remai
n
withMarriott
V
According
to
Foessett,
all thechanges
that will
be made thisyear
have
already
occurred.
Thisfirst year
the
Sodexho
Marriottstaff
will
just get
its
feet on theground
ami
learn about theschool.More changes
are,
however,quite likely.
"In
thefuture,"Foessett
said,
"We
will try tocontinue with
the
college
as
it
changes and grows.**
I
Ted
Foessett.
food service director for Sodexho MarriottOne goal of Sodexho Marriottis
to
implement a food courtconcept
in
the Egan Cafeteria tofeature a greater variety of menuitems. Sodexho Marriott
has
invested capital dollars topurchase necessary transitionalequipmentIn addition
to
changes
in the
cafeteria,
the
Laker Inn has alsobeen taken over
by
Marriott fromthe previous
HRIM
departmentIn addition, a
C-store
is
alsolocated in
the
downstairs of
the
Union, run by
Sodexho
Marriott
The
convenience store
is
stockedwith a variety of grocery items.Students can visit herebetween
11
a.m.
and
1
p.m. andthen again from 5
p.m.
until 10.
Gandhi at HurSt The Graduate School
[
Fair will
be
held onTuesday, Oct 6,from
10 sun.
to 1 p.m.
late
at Gannon University's
o Hammermill
Center*
By
Carrie
TappeNews Editor .
A
run Gandhi, grandson of
the
late
MahaUna Gandhi, will speak atMercyhurst
on
Thursday, Oct 8,at 8
p.m.
in the Mary
D'Angelo
Performing
Arts
Center.Aran
Gandhi's
program entitle*
"
Non- Violence or
Non-
* i
Existendce:
Options for
the
21st
Century"
will focus on hisexperience living with
Mahatma
Gandhi, India's longtime
spiritual
leader.Admission for Gandhi'spresentation isfree,however,tickets
are
required
and canbe
i
obtained through the box office.
WE'RE
*#
Arun Gandhi}
to speak at Hurst
Hurst among the top
I
n
the
most recent
"Best
CollegesGuide" published
by
"U.S.
News and World
Report,"
Mercyhurst College
is
ranked inthe top tier of liberal arts collegesin
the
northern
U.S.
This is thethird consecutive year thatMercyhurst College was awardedsuch
a
prestigious honor.There are six other colleges inthe state of Pennsylvania
that
areranked
in
the top tier. Andrew
Roth,
dean of
enrollment
atMercyhurst explained that inevaluating the
125
colleges in theNorthern United States thepublication considers manyfactors such as things as thenumber of students selecting
thef
school. accepted into the schooland the percent
who
stay.Also taken
into
considerationis the
freshmen
retention rate,graduation rate, student-facultyratios and academic reputationamong other colleges.
Parking changes
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OURSELVES
The
heat is on
at CHKTHrSI
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The Weber
Hall
parking lot isnow closed
to
students, facultyand staff
between
7
a.m.
and5:30
p.m.
This parking
lot
isonly open
to
visitors
and fordeliveries
during
working hours.According
to Dr.
Garvey,
President of
Mercyhurst,
parking
was
limited here for the safetyof
students walking
to and
from
Old
Main from
the
east side
ofcampus.
«z
Any cars parking in the loweror underground ramps after 1
a,m.
will be towed at the ownersexpense. Students are onlyallowed to park
there
between 5p.m. and 1
a.m.
Parking lots
#
1
and
#13,
bothlocated
infront
of McAuley
Hall
have been expanded
to
provide
more
than
100
additional parkin]spaces. Ken
Sidun,
Chief
of
Police, said, "These alwaysseems to be open spaces
in
theextendedlots.Students andfaculty are encouraged
to use th<
lots as needed."Parking permits may bepurchased in the Police andSafety Office located in the rearof McAuley Hall.
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All right, all right... first column.Typically, I'd just rehash thehappenings of
the
past Mondaynight's telecasts, possibly tossingin some info about a recent orupcoming Pay-Per-View.However, since this is my
first
column,
I've
decided to take amuch less direct approach.Today and today only,
I * m
goingto vent a little bit about the stateof professional wrestling
as
weknow it Or, more approriately,as I know it.First off,
I '11
address a cancerthat forms on the sports enter-tainment industry every coupleof
years
or
so...
the Warrior.
Yes,
yes,
I too was all excitedthree years ago when the steroidfreak donned the tights again andmade his much ballyhooedreturn.in and paid the $30 or $40 towatch Wrestlemania
12
in thecomfort of our dorm room, all inanticipation of watching the man,myth, and
legend,
the Warrior,run down
the
aisle,shake theropes and beat the snot out
of
Hunter HurstHelmsley.
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Well, he ran to the ring. Heshook the ropes. He
beat
TripleH from pillar to post Thirtydollars: ninety seconds ofWarrior action. Not
exactly
a
wise
investment,
but we were allpumped, running up and downthe halls, beating our chests, andhaving one hell of
a
time doingit We even went so far
as
to buyringside seats to see the
WWF
atthe Erie Civic Center, all inhopes of watching our herowrestle
agai
n. Incidentally, hisErie match lasted roughly as longas the average sneeze.That was three
years
ago.Warrior
was
fired from thea couple of shows. The guy's egohad gotten so
big,
he didn't thinkhe should have to wrestle in frontof the fans of Erie,
Day ton,or
anywhere else, other than thebright lights of Madison Square
Garden or
PPV.
So, VinceMcMahon,
WWF
president andnoted egomaniac, decided
to
cutthe Warrior.Fade to
1998.
Now, theWarrior
has
once again resur-faced, this time under the bannerof
WCW.
Only this time, insteadof shaking the ropes and flying tothe ring with recklessabandon/the Warrior
is
talking. He wastes
20
minutes of
every
televisionprogram using words much toolarge for
the
typical wrestling fan
to
understand.If
you
want to know the truth,I think
this
guy really believes
that
he
is truly the UltimateWarrior, a sort of
90s
superhero/Don't believe me? GO to the
•.
My friends and
I
all chipped
|
WWF for failing to show up for computer
lab
and check out this
Roadhouse Theatre's
ReservoirDogs-
By Carrie TappeNews Editorguy's home page. Bottom line:deranged whacko, with nobusiness in the ring anymore.
*
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game
isn't the same as whenhe left
it,
and there is truly noplace for him in it anymore, leastof
all
for his
15
plus minutediatribes on a weekly basis..Whew...moving right along.One last thing: this past weekendwas a big wrestling weekend inErie.Last Sunday, WCW put
on
a
show
at the Erie Civic Center.Fans were treated
to
a night oftwrestling unknowns. Trust me:if you avoided
this,
you made theright decision. Maybe youshelled out the $30 and watchedStone Cold Steve Austin get
his^
butt whooped by Kane andUndertaker
and
loose hischampionship
belt.
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line.
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A murder mystery unfolds.
Your
suspicions build. The murdereris known. The unknown: aninformant.
Reservoir
Dogs,
adaptedfrom the 1992 film and broughtto life on stage at the RoadhouseTheatre, is entering its secondseason. This
realistically
stagedversion of
Reservoir Dogs
wasan intense display of
acting *
accompanied by a one-of-a-kindsoundtrack and must-visitatmosphere.Set
in-1980
Los
Angeles,
Reservoir Dogs
is the story ofJoe Cabot's (Flo Fabrizio)professional organized crimering in a gig to steal a shipmentof diamonds.
One of the
sixguys picked for
thefgig
is anundercover police informantAfter the diamonds were stolen,three criminals and a half dozenor so oops were shot and one
police
officer was taken hostage:the gang became suspicious. Thecops were waiting for the gig to
happen
They were tipped off.Each of Joe's employees
is
given a nickname of a color.During the course of
the
crime,Mr. Blonde (Aaron Pacy) goeson a brief shooting spree. Mr.Brown (Joe Thornton) and Mr.Blue (John Biggie) were boththought to be dead. Mr. Orange(Jon Scialabba)
took
a bullet tothe stomach, but was dragged outof the scene by Mr. White (Rick
DiBello).
^ *
The mystery of
the
policeinformant
must
be solved by Mr.Pink (Mark Gardner), a fast-talking rather spastic mobster:Mr. White, a more sympatheticindividual, perhaps
too
eager toreveal
himself;
and Mr. Blonde,a warp-minded mysteriouscharacter who gets pleasure outof
others
fret.
+
The plot is revealed in aflashback style,
similiar
to
Pulp
Fiction,
depicting how eachcriminal in the
 ring
 hooked up
with
Joe Cabot's family of crime.Not until Mr. Blonde reveals thesurprise in his trunk and tempersflare,does the audience figureout the mThis plays doesn't comewithoutwarning.It containsviolence, vulgar language,special effects and strobelighting. Cigarettes and cigarsare smoked on stage.
ReservoirDogs
is aimed at a more matureaudience.
^
Reservoir Dogs
is a
must-see
performance running everyFriday and Saturday at 8 p.m.through October 17. Tickets are$10 foradults,$8 for studentsand can be purchased at theRoadhouse Theatre or
by
calling
456-5656
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Hey there boys and girls! Here it
is,
your
 first
ssue of
the
Merciad
and your first article from us Mand
E.
We're hoping that
I
through this column we'll beable
to
offer
up
some things to
do
aroundErie.But
 first
 wewanted to remind you that thereare some fun things
to do on
campus before
we
sent yourunning around the city. Thereare posters and signs everywhereannouncing various activities oncampus.
The
most recent wouldbe
the
dance
on
October
3.
Tickets are already on sale.Next week we will show you
some
of
the
fun things
there
are
to do
in Erie. The best part istheyVecheap.
1998-99 Mercyhurst theater productions
By
Ml
MelvilleMerciad Writer1998-99 represents a busy yearfor
the
Mercyhurst theaterdepartment During the schoolyear, three plays will be
pro-
duced. The
 first,
 The
Carribbeai
Miser,
will be presented Oct 29to Nov. 1 and Nov. 5 to 8. Theplay is set in Jamiaca and willfeature Calypso music.
"The
classics really aren't
*
accessible to modern audiencesand I was trying
to
make
Moliere's
play easier for amodern audience to
understand,"
MichaelMorris,director of
the'
theater department,
said.
Morrisadapted Moliere's play for thisproduction.Actor
John
Heard, known forhis roles in such
 films
 as
HomeAlone
and
Big,
was
originally set
to
become actor-in-residence^while performing
the
role
of
Harpagon, but
due to
an injury,will be unable to perform.| The secondplay,
The
Miracle
of Christmas,
anadaptation of St Luke's Gospel,will be performed in Christ theKing Chapel on
Dec.
6. Morrissaid it
is
also
possible
that theplay would
also
be performed atSt. George Catholic Church or atSt Luke Catholic Church.The
 final
 play, Oscar Wilde's
comedy
The
Importance
of Being
Earnest,
will be produced in thespring. Casting dates will beannounced as the show loomscloser.Morris said, "You can't getmuch better than Wilde,Moliere, and
St.
Luke.
I'd
like tosee Mercyhurst
become known]
for doing
the
classics.
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