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PERIODICAL
LlBRArttluSE OMLY
MERCYHURST COLLEGE>JAMMERMIl!lJ
LIBRARY
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Vol
72 No. 12165461999
Housing sign-ups begin; Comedian headlines Spring FestImportant deadlines loom
By
Carrie Tappe
Merciad editor
Where are you living next year?The time has come for on-
campus
housing sign-ups for the| 1999-2000 academic schoolyear. Beginning
Wednesday
andrunning through Tuesday, March
23,
one
resident per
group
of
roommates should
pick
uphousing contracts and tallysheets in the Office of ResidenceLife, Old Main, Room 212between 9 a.m. and 4
p.nv£
Students who wish to live inan apartment
must
turn incompleted packets in groups offour and townhouse residents ingroups of
six,
April 8 throughApril
14
The group leadershould select a lottery ticket atthat time which determines theorder for choosing housing.Anyone who needs addi-tional roommates must submitcontracts
A
prit
15
and
16.
|
All students must have theirhousing contracts signed
by
aparent before
the
contract isturned
in.
According
to
LarryKozlowski,associate director ofhousing, the timing of
housing
sign-ups will allow students toget their contracts signed overEaster break and allows enoughtime if the contract needs to bemailed home.
f
The tally sheets assignstudents points based on
their
class standing and number of
!
write-ups. Seniors are awardedsix points; juniors receive
live
points and sophomores, four.The order for choosing housingis determined by highest points.
V The
lottery tickets are used todetermine the order for groups ofstudents with equal points. TheOffice of Residence Life willverify points and post the resultsone day prior to
signups
for the!various housing complexes.
VfiS*
In
years past, any student
*!. who
did not have roommates atthe time of sign-ups was
3J 9
assigned
to an
apartment with Ivarious roommates by the Officeof Residence Life. This year,those students will meet May 6,at 7 pan.
In
the Student Govern-ment Chambers in the studentunion to choose roommates andan apartment
fSff^PPflra^ffl
What
we
re trying
to do
isbetter serve the students and givethem a chance to choose wherethey will live," Kozlowski
said
'This will enable students tophysically meet other studentsand leave the meeting knowingexactly who they will live with."Actual selection of housingassignments will begin
April
26,for students
who
qualify
to
live
in
Baldwin and Wardetownhouses. As they are thisyear, Baldwin Townhouses willremain coed by apartment andWarde Townhouses will remain
all
female.
What we're tryingto do is better
g j
serve the; studentsand give them achance tochoose^where theywill live.
-Larry Kozlowski
To qualify for a townhouse,students must
have
a group of
six
roommates, all of whom have noprevious write-ups. This year,
they will
not
be
required toundergo an interview process.Students interested in atownhouse,
but who do not
receive a townhouse, mustregroup and resubmit theircontracts and
tally
sheet to theOffice of Residence Life by 4p.m. April 27.According
to
Kozlowski, noadditional apartments will bebought on Briggs Avenue nextfall. All students will be housedin
the
college's
exisitingbuildings. Buildings will bepuchased in the fall of 2000.Sign-ups for Mercy, Duval,East Briggs and the honorsbuilding will be April
29
at 7p.m. Students signing up fornorth or south Briggs will do soMay 5 at
7
p.m. All sign-ups Willbe held in the student unionGreat Room.
The
final results from thehousing sign-ups will be posted
.
May
17
outside Old Main, Room
213.
By
Heather
Cvttkovle
_^_^
Merciad editorAs spring approaches,Mercyhurst Student Governmentwelcomes the season with itsannual Spring Fest.This
year's
festivities are allabout laughter
as
MSG brings intwo comedians, one being
a TV
sitcom
actor.On Saturday
night,
AnthonyClark, of NBC's former
"Boston
Common" and
ABC's "Soul
Man," will perform in the MaryD'Angelo Performing ArtsCenter
at
8 p.m.^Clark currently plays ToddTucker, the new assistantminister at Dan
Akroyd's
church,St Stephen's, in
"Soul
Man."
Tucker's lack
of experience
%
overshadows his good intentionsand results
in more chaos
and
many
laughs.
a£
Clark
draws
from his life
and
family for
his
stand-up actsmixing it with observationalmaterial. He has performedstand-up comedy for
11
yearsand people feel
his
stage
pres-ence reflects that experience.
"I
use the contrast between
my
city and country life back-grounds as the basis of
my
comicportrayals," Clark
said.
M
I
allow
the
audience
to
find the
humor
in
themselves and their idiosyncra-sies, without talking down to
them." I
*
' $
.
Clark uses his soft, Southernaccent, boyish face and thesupposed naivete' that
comes
with
11
to
his
full advantage.Clark
was
raised in tiny
\
Gladys, Virginia. He says of thetown, "If
you
have one year left
to
live, I suggest
you
move therebecause every day seems like aneternity." But instead of
the
easy,dumb jokes one would expectfrom some
"Southern-fried"
comics, Clark's material is morea reflection of
the
Bostoncomedy scene.
*jj In
fact, Clark went to EmersonCollege in Boston, and his
\
experiences there were the basisof
the
former "Boston Common"
Comedian Anthony Clark, of
NBC's "Boston
Common"
andABC's
"Soul
Man,"
will appear at Mercyhurst Saturday at 8p.m. in the Mary
D'Angelo
Performing Arts Center
TV show, which now airs in
syndication,
^v «
Still, a lot of
his
materialcomes from his Southern rootsand
his
family, including hissister
and
a grandmother whothinks that crack
cocaine
is
theroot of
all
evil.
"You
can
be
wearing a simplebaseball
cap,"
Clark said of
his
grandmother, "and grandma willbe like,
'Why
are you wearingthat dirty old baseball
cap on
topof your
head...
Everybody knowsyou're
not on
a baseball team...Are you hopped
up
on
crack?'How can I
not
use
that in
my
act?
Tickets for
Clark's show
are
$5
with student I.D, until Friday.After
that,
all
tickets are
$
15
.*
Tickets can
be
ordered
by
callingthe
PAC
Box Office at 824-3000.
f*
Also
part
of Spring Fest
'99
is
Pittsburgh's
own
rocker/comicMark Eddie.
He
will performFriday at 8
p.m.
in
the
Taylor
Little
Theatre. Admission is free.
For a complete scheduleof Spring Fest activities,turn to This week inSAC" on page 2.
it*
at! on a IWeathfer Seraeeirfek^
W&mwM
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Archaeology/anthropology certificates offered
Mercyhurst College this springwill begin offering
poslbaccal
aureate advancedcertificate programs in archaeol-ogy, forensic anthropology,interior design and fashionmerchandising.The
40-
to
43-credit advances
certificate in archaeology wasdeveloped by
Dr.
David
Hyland
director
of
the
R. L. AndrewsCenter for Perishable Analysis,and
Dr.
Mary Ann Owoc,assistant professor
of
archaeol-ogy/anthropology. Dr. Dennis
Dirkmaat,
director of forensicanthropology
and
zooarchaeology, created
the 45-
credit advanced forensic anthro-pology certificate program. The
33-
to
39-credit
interior designcertificate program was devel-oped by Kathy Wiedenboerner,instructor
of
interiordesign,andthe
28-
to
31-credit
fashionmerchandising certificate byMarilyn Smith, assistant profes-
sor
of
fashion
merchandising.
With the new programs,Mercyhurst offers
16
advancedcertificates ranging from
21
to
45credits,or about
seven
to 15*classes. Programs includefinancialplanning,accountingand dietetics. Completion ofthese programs can lead tocertification including financialplanner, accountant or registereddietician."In
the
certificate programs,
we
take
the
courses
of anundergraduate major andrepackage them eliminating theliberal
arts,**
Mary EllenDahlkemper, director of
Mercyhurst's
adult and graduateprograms,
said.
"Certificate
programs include only
the
corecourses
of
a major and aretypically completed
in
a
year
or
two.**
£ :
The certificate
programs
aredesigned for college graduateswho want to further
their careers
or
change
fields without
commit-
ting to a master's program
or
returning
to
undergraduatestudies, she
said.
Collegecampuses are seeing
more
and
more
of
these students
everyyear.
"According
to statistics fromthe College
Board,
students withundergraduate
degrees
are
thefastest growing populationattending
colleges
and
universi-5
jties in the United States,**Dahlkemper
noted,
referring tostatistics that appeared in the
Feb.
19
issue of
The
Chronicle ofHigher Education.
"Adult
students now account for
half ofP
all
college
enrollment**
Cultural awareness empowerment training
The Cultural Awareness Empow-erment
Training
Project
will
be
held Saturday, March 20 from
9
a.m.
to
4
p.m.
The purpose
of
thetraining is
to
enrich
the campusexperience, strengthen interper-sonal relationships and remove
•.
myths, barriers
of
misinforma-
tion
and stereotypes. Specialemphasis is
placed
on
the
experiences
of
African-Americanstudents.The training
Is
designed toform
the
foundation for a multi-,cultural
environment*The
goal
is
that after
the
participantscomplete the training, they will
be
certified
as
Level
1
CulturalAwareness EmpowermentTrainers
who
will becometrainers for the freshman class
of
1999.-,
^ |,
I * j
{TOT
more
information, contactthe Office
of
MulticulturalStudent Affairs
at Ext.
2598.
."*
Air Force
UP
TO
$9,000 CASHENLISTMENT BONUS!
(If you qualify)
|
Air Force training, education andexperience can help you reach your goals.For a free information
packet,
call
1-800-423-USAF
or visitwww.airforce.com 
Looking!
Summer
job??
Apply
for
summeremployment atMercyhurst
College
Receive discounton summer
I
housing rates.
Positions
available in:
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maintenance
|
-housing^- painting
-'.academic
officesApplications available
in Main!; 101.?
Deadline
forapplicationsis
April
23.
 
MARCH
18,1999
THE
MEROAD
PAGE
3
Alcohol Insanity Tourmakes stops at HurstAdmissions recruits in Ireland
fine Evans, associate director
of
admissions, interviewed 50candidates for
Mercyhurst's
JFKScholarship Competition duringhis visit to Ireland Feb. 5-18. Thetrip began and ended in Dublinwith stops in
Longford;
Sligo,
Gal
way and Dungarvan.Evans made stops at
12
highschools, including OatlandsCollege, The High School,Loreto Abbey
Dal
key,
St.
Mel'sCollege, Mercy Sligo, StAugustine's College, GoodCounsel and University CollegeDublin. The six winners of
the
competition will
be
picked bycommittee and notified in June."I
not only met many
goodcandidates for
the
scholarships
but also
many people
who
arevery interested in the success ofthis competition," Evan*
said,
year we'd like to expand
the
search to Northern
Ireland.**^
'-
Currently
16 Irish
scholar-
ship students
attend Mercyhurst,and over
50
scholarship recipi-ents have graduated from thecollege.
|"Eric's
trip reinforces theheritage of Mercyhurst and in theprocess reaffirms
the
college's
Irish
roots,"said Jim
~
Breckenridge, director
of
undergraduate admissions.
Volunteers creditedforPhonathon success
Comedian Wendi Fox
Wendi Fox has spent the last eight years traveling across
the
countryas a
stand-up
comic. Her comedy has been featured
in
colleges, clubs,newspapers, radio and
TV
appearances. Fox
wi i 1
appear
at
h
Mercyhurst
on
Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Taylor
Little
Theatre.Fox shares her thoughts, experiences and personal opinions
on
how alcohol abuse has become a national catastrophe. She draws onher own personal experience of
being
raised in an alcoholic environ-ment to demonstrate
the
dangers of alcohol abuse.Fox's comical presentation validates the feelings and thoughts ofthose in similar situations. She cultivates awareness on the correlationbetween low self-esteem and
alcohol
abuse in society today.
Photo by Marcello Vavala
From left to right: Annie DeMeo, Sarah Jesse, Steve
Zinram
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DeMeo, a freshman, raised$4,840,the most money of
any
volunteer
in
the phonathon.
Jesse
raised thehighest number of pledges,
83.
According
to
Zinram, director of
the
annual fund and coordinator of
the
Phonathon, over
100
students volunteered for
the
phonathon
placin
g
10,990 calls
and raising a
total off
$52,642.33.
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Police and
S af ety
Incident Log
Feb. 7 Harassment
Briggs
Avenue ApartmentsA resident assistant receivedprank obscene phone callsthroughout the evening.
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Feb. 9 AssaultBaldwin
Townhouses
A student was assaulted by being"sucker
punched"
during a partycausing minor injury to the righteye. He was
treated
byEmergycare and refused toprosecute the assailantFeb. 10 VandalismMcAuley Hall
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Unknown person(s) damaged thedoor entry key pad to a
student's
room.Feb.
13
Underage DrinkingDuval West ApartmentsResident assistants requestedaide from police and safetyofficers
foi
a large party that wasloud and disorderly with one ofthe students refusing
to
cooper-ate with several requests andverbally assaulted all in author-ity. The case
will
be handled byjudicial review.Feb. 19 Vandalism
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South BriggsPolice and Safety officersobserved a vehicle being drivenover the grass causing ruts in thesoil. The officers stopped thevehicle. The case was sent fordisposition from judicial review.
Feb. 20
Harassment
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Baldwin
Hall
A female student received fourharassing phone calls from amale
student.
Calls
stopped afterpolice and safety officerscontacted the male student.Feb.25 Criminal
Mischief
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North Briggs ApartmentsUnknown person(s) broke aground floor bedroom window ofan apartment
around
2:40 a.m.March
3
TheftDuval WestTheft of personal property byperson(s) unknown.March 10 Prowler
613
East 38th StreetA suspicious male dressed in
dark clothing was
observedstanding by the row of
pine
trees
west
of
613
E. 38th St
by
astudent
and
reported to security.The suspect
was
gone upon
arrival
of
security
personnel.March
12 Diorderly
Conduct
613
East 38th StreetMembers of
the
Mercyhurst
4J
College Police and Safety*Department and Erie policeresponded
to 613
E 38th St. fora loud, unruly party. Erie policearrested one student for publicintoxication and a second fordisorderly conductMarch
12
Unauthorized Entry
Cgan
Hall
Four
male
students wereapprehended for prowling in theattic of
Egan
Hall by theMercyhurst
Police
and SafetyDepartment and Erie police.
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