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Minority Student Union teaches kids about King's dream


By Tammy Tate "I believe an essay contest is important for
Merciad Staff Reporter several reasons," said Tammy Tale, coordina-
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tor of the King' birthday activities. "Students
don't learn enough about Dr. King. It was only
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, the when I entered an essay contest in high school
Minority Student Union of Mercy hurst College that I really learned about Dr. King."
is sponsoring an essay contest for the students The topic for the elementary and middle
of Community Country Day School. In an school division is, "What was Martin Luther
effort to keep the student's interest up, the MSU King's dream, and what does it mean to me?"
is using Dr. King's birthday as the kickoff for High school students will write on this theme,
the contest "How can I turn Dr. King's dream into real-
Mrs. Betty Damper, advisor to the Minority ity?" !
Student Union, said, * 'This year we want to live There will* be a special awards ceremony
the message of Dr. King. Our goal was to find and gospel music concert on Sunday, Feb. 16 at
a way each of us can give." • * M M I U * «-ttfmtlM
5:30 in Sullivan Hall, td
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Students head skeletal- treasure hun i


wanted us to look into it, because it could have

CHECK By Angela M. Camp


Merciad News Editor
been a homicide," said Lori Hamblin, one of
the students who went to the site.' 'There wasn't
enough of the skull left to determine whether it
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How would you like to go in search of a
mposed body in order to study it in a lab?
There are students at Mercy hurst who are doing
was a homicide or suicide."
Hamblin explained that each participant in
the expedition was given an area to examine.
just that for a class.' 'We are trying to involve The area had been dry, but when they went, a
Thursday, Jan* 23 students in recovering human remains and study- creek had been flowing, uncovering more bone
3 - p.m. D'Angek) #1. Chapel ing them," said Dr. Dennis Dirkmaat, director fragments. A total of about 10 pieces of the
Choir Rehearsal. > of the osteoarchaeology laboratory. dy were found — four or five were pieces of
• : • : •

9 p.m.to12 pan. Union. SAC Recently, Dirkmaat's human skeletal biol- the skull. " /. ? '? f I
ogy class went into Forest County to recover They proceeded to photograph each piece in
Coffeehouse. a

some human remains that had been discovered its setting and to mark each site with a flag. Each
Friday, Jan. 24? by hunters. The coroner and police had already piece was then transported back to the lab. The
7:30 p.m. Hockey vs Scranton. recovered some of the remains, but the class students put the skull tack together and made
looked for more. "The coroner's office had the final determination that it was"indeed a
Saturday, Jan. 25 already determined it was a suicide, but they suicide. "I never thought I'd be able to piece
2 p.m. J V Hockey vs Washing- something like that together, and to figure out
ton Jr. Capitals. whether it was a suicide or whether there was
7:30 jp.m. Hockey vs St actually foul play," said Michele Moeller, a
Bonaventure. member of the class.
By Mary Medure a variety of coffee, they can write letters for "Some of the students are here in conjunc-
Merciad Staff Reporter Amnesty," said Stager. She added that the tion with their criminal justice studies,'' said
Sunday, Jan. 26
10 a.m. JV Hockey, vs Wash move will hopefully increase membership for Dirkmaat These students will have the
How can writing a letter alter the course of both Amnesty and the Coffee House. ence they need;if they choose to work in a
ington Jr. Capitals.
7 pan. Government Cham a person's life? You canfindthe answer to this "During winter and spring terms, amnesty criminal justice field, such as law enforcement
bers. Student Government question by joining Amnesty International. £ is sponsoring their own types of Coffee House, "It's probably the most interesting class I've
4 "Our organization supports political pris- an acoustic and outdoor concert respectively," taken at Mercyhurst,'' said Hamblin. "The fact
Tuesday, Jan. 28 | oners of conscience!who speak out against said Roth. "Die main goal of our group is to that I'm a criminal justice major, and it also fills
3 to 6 p.m. Campus Ministry. government policies, by-nonviolent means," educate the Mercyhurst Community on Am- my core requirement for a science kills two
Emmaus Soup Kitchen. ?; said Samantha Roth, president the Mercyhurst nesty International." birds with one stone."
4:30 p.m. Campus Ministry. Chapter of Amnesty International. "We receive According to Roth, the Mercyhurst Chapter "The class is a chance for students to get
Raps jr on Religion. urgent action appeal letters from the national of Amnesty is in its third year. Its first president some hands-on training of what they will do
Prince of Peace Chapel Rec- headquarters in Washington D.C., which pro- was Carol Unseld.; Alice Edwards is the advi- when they get out in the real world," said
onciliation. vide the names of people who have been taken sor of the Mercyhurst chapter. Dirkmaat
captive by their government" Roth added that

Skeleton* vanishes
6 p.m. Women's Basketball vs
other information in the letters include: back-
Pitt-Johnstown.r
grounds, different codes and laws in effect, and
6:30 p.m. Campus Ministry. recommended actions for the prisoners.
Ecumenical Prayer Group. He is not sure why anyone would want the
Amnesty writes letters to the lieutenant and
7:30 p.m. Hockey vs Canisius skeleton, which is valued at over $400. "It
brigadier generals of those countries in a polite By Todd Palmer
College. j . i 4 may be a practical joke, but it is quite an
manner. * We express concerns for the people Merciad Staff Reporter
9 p.m. Government Cham- and appeal for them to have fair trials,'' j said expense for the art department" He said that
bers. SAC Meeting. Roth. "We can't expect instant feedback, but a he wanted to get the incident out in the open,
The skeleton belonging to the art %W,l

certain level of hope is maintained." She added mentis missing, according to Thomas Hubert, to "make it public." J f * i
Wednesday, Jan. 29 '?- Hubert said that there have been com-
that they receive a majority of feedback in the assistant professor of art, and director of the
ACADEMIC CELEBRA- forms of releases from South American coun- plaints that the art department is not open long
TION. Evening classes held. Cummings Gallery.
tries. $ The bony stucture was apparently re- enough for students who are working -on
Thursday, Jan. 30 *
"Presently, Amnesty International is teaming moved over the past weekend since, accord- projects^He said that incidents like this give
up with the weekly Student Activities Commit- ing to Hubert, it was in the room this past them a reason to close the room, which is
3 pan. D'Angelo #1} Chapel tee (SAC) Coffee House held in the Cove area Friday, and was conspicuously;'absent on open every day from 7:00 a.m. until 11:00
Choir Rehearsal. of the Carolyn Herrmann Student Union. Kier- Monday. The skeleton was in Zurn, room p.m.
stin Stager, one of the three (SAC) program 220, and used by the? art /department for Hubert said he does not care about pun-
directors, suggested that Roth'begin, holding anatomy drawingiHubert says it looks as ishing anyone, he would simply like it to be
meetings at the Coffee House. "While students though it was torn off of the screws which returned. "I'm not looking for prosecution,"
relax, listen to different types of music, and try attach it to its support he said,'' I just want it back/*
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Black conference on eduation resumes


The Pennsylvania Black Con- dent Inter-Collegiate Struggle shops, in-service training sessions,
ference on Higher Education (BASICS), which was established program planning activities and
(PBCOHE) presents its 22nd an- in 1973, and is aimed at helping social and cultural events. In addi-
nual conference, "Equity and African-American students in the tion, proceeds of the conference are
Access: Diverse or Diluted?" Commonwealth of Pennsylvania partially used to provide scholar-
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Feburary 26-29,1992 at the Penn to attain their educational and ca- ship assistance to talented students
Tower Hotel in Philadelphia, Penn- reer goals. * attending institutions of higher learn-
Editor's Note: This column is designed to let the Mercyhurst sylvania. In 1970, the Honorable K. Le- ing in the Pennsylvania region.
community know what is happening in the international, national The conference is intended to roy Irvis, Minority Leader of the King is particularly excited about
and local arenas. The news is gatheredfiroma variety of sources. generate discussion and thought House of Representatives, Com- this year's conference, and urges
on issues facing people of color in monwealth of Pennsylvania, con- those who have a vested interest in
education, |including affirmative vened a conference of Black col- the quality of education for all people
:
By Angela M. Camp action, muluculttiralism and diver- lege administrators, political lead- of color tin the next century i to,
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Merciad News Editor sity, educational innovations and ers and other professionals, to dis- 'come, ready to contribute to the
future educational challenges. It will cuss the state of higher education efforts of the Pennsylvania Black
INTERNATIONAL: combine the efforts of over 15 area for African-Americans. The Conference on Higher Education,
colleges and universities, the Penn - PBCOHE was formed with an ob- and enjoy a very special, very unique
sy lvania Department of education, jective of ensuring equal education gathering of those committed to
Germany — Two former East German border guards were con- the School District of Philadelphia for African-Americans in the Penn- higher education for African-Ameri-
victed of shooting and killing 20-year-old Chris Gueffroy as he and many other institutions. sylvania region. With this goal in cans in Pennsylvania.''
dashed across the strip that separated East and West Berlin. Nine Centered around the jconfer- mind, an Annual Conference is held, For more details, contact Dr.
months after the death of Gueffroy, the wall was opened. The ence's theme of equity and access, which nrovides educational work- Alicia King, (215) 596-8522.
defendants told the court "at that time, I was following the laws and many activities have been planned
commands of the German Democratic Republic." to address problems for African-
Americans in higher education and
i
Who's Who' selects Galvin
United Nations — Agents accused of blowing up Pan American to derive strategies for tackling
Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland in December, 1988, are sus- problems identified. On Thursday John Peter Galvin, a graduate
pected of being protected by the Libyan government The United and Friday, Feb. 27 and 28, lunch- of Mercyhurst College, has been
Nations Security Council expects to make the demand that either eon keynote addresses will be de- selected for inclusion in the third
Libya hand over the. suspects or^face the threat of economic livered by Dr. James A. Anderson, edition of the Who s Who Among
sanctions. professor,. Indiana University of International Students in Ameri-
Pennsylvania, and Dr. Reginald can Universities and Colleges. The
Northern Ireland - Following a bombing on Friday, Jan. 17, in Wilson, senior scholar, American Who's Who Among International
which seven people were killed and seven more injured, Brian Council on Education, Students is* a nationwide merit
Mawhinney, the security minister, announced the deployment of at Conference Chair Alicia King, publication.
least 500 more troops to Northern Ireland, raising the number to of the Philadelphia College of The purpose of this publication
over 30,000 for the first time since the mid-1970s. Mawhinney Pharmacy and Science, is particu- is to acknowledge outstanding inter-
stressed the decision was made before the explosion. The IRA said larly excited about the Information national students in Ariiencan higher
the workers had been targeted because they were' 'collaborating'' Exchange and Informal Dialogue, education institutions. Students are
with British forces. * ., W a special session designed to "enable selected on the basis of their aca-
professionals and students an op- demic and personal achievements.
v
portunity to network and share Galvin, a native of Ireland, was
information about issues concern- a biology major at Mercyhurst He
ing their educational and profes- graduated in May of 1991 with a
sional development. tt
Bachelor of Arts degree. Galvin is
NATIONAL: This session and others will currently attending Ohio State
integrate the participation of the University's School of Optometry.
Atlanta - The nation honored the memory of the Rev. Dr. Martin student membership body of the i
Luther King Jr. on Monday, Jan. 20, the seventh observance of the PBCOHE, the Black Active Stu- JOHN PETER CALVIN
national holiday. Observances in Denver were marred when a
crowd attacked a bus carrying Ku Klux Klan supporters from a
rally. Celebrations were held in every state but New Hampshire,
which celebrates Civil Rights Day, and Arizona.
Washington D.C. — The Supreme Court may announce this week Cay Makraey inquired about Michael McQuillen, dean of Due to the Supabowl, the MSG
whether it will reconsider the ruling that legalized abortion. The the fact that phone bills cannot be academics, left literature on the meeting scheduled for Jan. 26 has
i [Minn would subsequently arrive before election day. Pro-choice paid on the campus card. She found evaluations done in preparation for been changed to Monday, Jan. 27
forces askedfora pre-election decision on a restrictive Pennsylva- out that this is because the card is a the arrival of the Middle States at 4 p.m. Subsequent meetings will
nia law since they felt they had more to win at the ballot box than separate account from the phone Steering Committee. It is the re- be at the regularly schedaled time.
in court bills. ^ sponsibility of the representatives
to share the information with fel- John Bruno questioned how
low students land help with the much*, time the students actually
The Political Science Club is revisions. There will be a forum receive on the ice. Dave Murphy
LOCAL: taking a trip to Cleveland. MSC with Dean McQuillen in the near proposed the idea of a rink com-
approved the request for funding. future. .' mittee. The Student Union com-
State universities, such as Slippery Rock and Edinboro, are finding The club will receive $450 to cover mittee decided to take the rink as
new ways to raise money that had previously only been used by costs such a registration, food, The Laker Wave is sponsor- their responsibility. The question
private colleges and universities. They are planning on distributing lodging and materials. ing a spirit night, at the varsity of the rink being iced all year around
university products, such as sweatshirts, on a national and interna- hockey game on Saturday, Jan. 25. is also under investigation. A skate
tional level, and acquiring an affinity credit card - a card with the This will be an opportunity for rental program for the students is
university logo on it A portion of the annual membership fee goes Volunteers are needed to help students to paint their faces and be presently being looked into. Stor-
directly to the university. Money accumulated through these fun- plan a three day program on cul- eligible to win $50, $25, and $20 ing the rental skates in the empty
draising tactics is used for scholarships and institutional needs that tural awareness and diversity to be prizes. union lockers is a good possibility.
are not being met by state funding. v % held May 5,6 and 7. Anyone inter-
ested should see;Howard Paul, Lmv**-***^^**.* ms&nn * - __«»»« x 2„ m ^ «
: .',•-«

Eight men have been charged in connection with illegally killing Vm*ucaSanson,,BillyDecoteau S T U D E N T I ^ E A I / T H K f f l f t V I C E N O T I C E
deer. The men, all from Venango County, were arrested as a result or Tricia Kuhar. :* W
of a raid at their Sandycreek Township deer processing plant by
State Game Commission officers. The raid was part of a statewide
effort to crack down on processors who aid in the illegal killing and Recycling bins were! placed
Drgposeph Susijwill be substituting
handling of wildlife. I i % around campus by the Political or 0r|Gohen|who willfeeon iracatfoi
Science Club. Fifty percent of the
proceeds from recycling will go to until Apfil. Dr. Susi wilibef-vauable
the club and the other half will go # i y | w . d a y fromil j | m | to 2jpjn.
to the hunger drive.*f
beginning MondaypaS.|27. 9 |
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JANUARY 23,1992 THE MERCIAD PAGE 3

AIDS necessitates use of condoms


By Kevin McHugh
Merciad Senior Editor
reflection, tprayer and objective
cognitive review of the factors
encompassing decision.
If the student says he has, and asks
The Editor's Edge:
involved in and consequences of the priest if he should
the decision. wear a condom, the priest should
So why would distributing say "yes."
The revelation that Magic
condoms on campus go against the
Johnson has the AIDS virus has s The only problem I think the' By Karen McGuire
collective conscience of the Mer- Catholic church would have with
propelled the whole AIDS issue Editor-in-Chief ',
cyhurst hierarchy? distributing condoms to people is
back into the public forum. The
Maybe it thinks the "increased that if those people have not made
story of Magic Johnson reinforces Can't this school afford shov-
availability ofcondoms would lead a decision based on this conscience
the fact that heterosexuals are far els? What's the hang-up with
to increased promiscuity and pre- to have sex. On this note, there is
from immune from the disease. getting the sidewalks shoveled?
marital sex? No. People don't have no reason why the church should
The message of his story is that if I understand that the entire city
sex because they have condoms. think that people do not make
people are going to have sex, they Picture the following scenario in of Erie was buried by the "lake
should practice safe sex,- primarily decisions of conscience about sex.
which Joe Student is talking to his effect snow" last weekend, but
through the use of condoms. $ By having a policy whereby,
girlfriend: "Hey, honey, I got all it hasn't snowed in three days
So why doesn't the health cen- l 'We will help you after you get
these condoms in my drawer- mind and 2 the Mercyhurst sidewalks
ter at Mercyhurst provide condoms? AIDS, but we will not do all we can
if I use a couple on you?" still aren't clear. Spring will be
Hie distribution of condoms goes to prevent you from getting it,"
Maybe it thinks the distribu- here before anyone gets over to Briggs Avenue to the
against Catholic doctrine because presents a hypocritical double stan- V*\
tion of condoms would reduce the walkways. s
contraception goes against the value dard. \
meaning, or take away from the Because* the health ^center is
of the sanctity of life. $ sanctity ofsex? No. It is ludicrous "i • I m not blaming maintenance, however. Those poor guys are
This value was adapted from founded oh Catholic values, it is trying to keep up, but there just aren't enough maintenance employ-
to think that people take the availa-
Pope Paul IV 's encyclical entitled, neglecting its medical obligations. ees. Why can't this college hire some part-time helptohelp shovel
bility of condoms into account when The health center will give you the
Humanae Vitae, in which he raised deciding what the sanctity of sex the sidewalks? I'm sure some students would work if the college
the question, "Do people who use antidote, butnot the vaccine. I think paid them enough to make it worth it tofreezetheir buns off. Why
means to them.
contraceptives deny that human life the availability of condoms is more is it that Mercyhurst is too cheap to pay someone to clear the way
Another reason the forces at
is sacred?" important than the availability of for students to attend classes? % I
Mercyhurst would object to pro- cough drops.
The reason condoms are not viding condoms is because it may Students pay a lot of money to go here. In fact, each student
distributed on campus is because AIDS should be dealt with on a pays $118per term in the form of a building assessment fee. That's
send the message that they encour- medical level. There is no time for
those who enforce college policy $354 per year, per student Since approximately 2,100 students
age premarital sex. I don't want the it to be dealt with on a theologic,
believe it to be against their "con- attend this school, about $743,400 a year is paid by students through
college or the Catholic church to theoretic or philosophical level.
science" to do so. building assessment fees.
encourage premarital sex. I do, The distribution of condoms is a
I discussed this issue with Fr.
however, want it to promote safe short term practical solution. The Correct me if I'm wrong, but I was under the impression that that
Stephen Anderson, college chap-
premarital sex; there is a differ- Catholic church seems to prefer
lain, and accept his definition of a fee was charged to cover the cost of the upkeep of the buildings and
ence. the adoption of a long term solu- grounds. Aren't the sidewalks included in that?
decision made with a formed con-
If a student tens a priest that he tion based on education, the pro-
science. A decision based on one's
has made a conscious motion of abstinence, and the in- Where is that money going? To pay for the new hockey rink,
conscience, according to Fr. Steve,
decision to have sex, the priest surance that people use their con- perhaps?
is a decision made after going
through a process of honest self- should ask if the student * science when defining what the
has made a well- formed and fully I don't think it's too much to ask to have safe walkways to class.
sanctity of sex means to them. I know I'm having a hard time walking through the ice and slush.

The Merciad The immediacy of the AIDS


problem does not allow the luxury
of adopting only the long term
I can't even imagine how difficult it has been for a physically
challenged person. Trying to make it through the snow barriers in
a wheelchair must be nearly impossible. I know of one person
Mercyhurst College's First Class newspaper solution. Both solutions should be already who has trouble walking and supped and fell on an icy
as rated by the Associated Collegiate Press adopted simultaneously. Once the sidewalk.
long term solution has been devel-
oped to its entirety, the short term Today (Wednesday), the sidewalk leading to The Merciad was
Karen McGulre Editor-In-Chlef
Kevin McHugh Senior Editor solution, the distribution of con- shoveled for the first time. It's too late! While trying to make it to
Angela M. Camp News Editor doms, will no longer be the focus The Merciad one of my staff members fell This person has enough
Jule Gardner * Features Editor of the debate about the Catholic trouble walking on bare ground because of an illness. Her •miy
Anne McNeils Arts and Entertainment Editor Church's role in the AIDS crisis, cannot withstand a serious fall.?
John Furlong Photo Editor Overall, I am glad that Mer- The snow outside The Merciad door was piled so high that t
HoUy Fulmer " Copy Editor cyhurst lives by Catholic values. >r could only be opened about 12 inches. Everyone who tried
Yvonne Maher Advertising Manager The value the Catholic Church places
Faculty Advisor
ne into that door had a difficult time getting inside. It was on
Timothy Moriarty on learning, spiritual and personal latter of time before someone fell. ?
fulfillment, combined with its
MERCIAD STAFF emphasis it places on education, I'm outraged! It's a disgrace that a person has to fall and get
Aaron Macerelli John Danknich Keith Courson * and helping the poor and elderly is seriously injured before someone at this institution recognizes the
Dan McQuillen Grace Bruno, Craig Rybczynski toue aspired to. However, just as I need to hire someone to shovel the walkways.
Adria Sulsky Garth McCurdy Lisa Brown don't expect people to accept my i Every year students and faculty,bitch about the inadequate
EdHess Suzanne Coneglio Robyn Braunroth view on this issue without ques-
Tamara Moriarty Katie Johnson condition of the sidewalks. Does anyone hear us or are we wasting
TriciaKuhar tion, the Catholic Church's view
Dave McQuillen John Bruno our breath. It's only a matter of time before someone falls and gets
Amy Fitzgerald should not bejaccepted without
Todd Palmer Nicole Geraci Mia Yuricki seriously injured. And, when they do, Mercyhurst had better be
question. I
Steve Rush Michelle Ryan Julie Theiss prepared for a lawsuit
Leon Mumfoid Joseph Legkr Glenn Ondick
Chris Fiery Patty Suk Laura Blabec

he Merciad is the student-produced newspaper |


Legler plows maintenance under
Mercyhurst College, Box 161, SOI E. 38th St.
Dear Editor. it makes matters worse when stu- last couple of days. This is ample
Erie, Pa., 16546. Phone 824-2376 |
UterUl for publication must be submltted"6y dents have to walk through large time to remove the snow...so why
"'J on the Monday before publication. I've noticed that during this snowdrifts to get to class. It's not hasn't it been done? Do you people
heavy snow season, the walkway only annoying, but also unsafe. even know where the communica-
to The Merciad and the communis To get* into The Merciad to tions department is? If you can
The Merciad welcomes letters to the editor. Letters must be signed. cations department in Baldwin Hall write this J had to squeeze through find it..SHOVEIJ THE ^SIDE-
request i —

has been constantly ignored by the a 12-inch crack in the door, be- WALKS, PLEASE!
maintenance crew of this college. I cause the door was blocked by a
The Merclad's editorial opinion is determined would like to know why. It's bad snowdrift This should be fixed. I With cold feet,
by the Editorial Board with the Editor holding enough that the communications realize that a lot of snow has come Joseph Legler.
inalresponsibility.The opinions expressed faiL department is tucked neatly into down over die past week or so, but
rhe Merciad are not necessarily those of the basement of this structure, and it's been relatively light over the
rh. Mprrljid. its staff or Mercyhurst College.
PAGE 4 THE MERCIAD JANUARY 23,1992

The Art of Shredding


Big River is now playing at the To find out the cafeteria menu, Art
Erie Playhouse. Shows are on call extension 2192. current
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays Cummings Gallery in the library.
at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. For The exhibit runs until Friday, Feb.
By John J. Bruno more information, call 454-28S2. 14, so if you get a chance, stop in
Merciad Staff Columnist The Second Annual Pasta e and see it
Fagioli Dinner at the St Paul Cen-
/As I wander aimlessly ter will be on Sunday, Feb. 2 from
toward the building where my The Man Who Came to Din- noon until. 5 p.m. The Center is
class is held* I am struck down in ner continues to play at the Road- located at453 W16 St The cost is SAC will meet in the govern-
my Hacks. My feel are flung house Theatre, 1505 State St Per- $3.50 for adults and $2.50 for chil- ment chambers of die Student Union
from underneath mytorso.I hover formances are on Thursdays, Fri- dren. For more information, call on Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 9 p.m.
: ive the ground, waiting in mute
• _ •
days and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Ralph Iarussi at 868-2678 or Henry
fear for impact Sundays at 3 p.m. The show runs DiPanfilo at 455-9605.
^Shrieking to myself, as my until Sunday, Feb. 2. Call 459-
8215 for reservations and informa- the Winter Formal
body accelerates toward the earth
tion. will be available in the S
at 9.8 meters per second, I reflect on my past life as if it were merely Union office. beginning M<
nothing more than an insignificant snowflake lost in die Arctic If you're interested in going tc
Jan. 27 until Wednesday, J<
tundra. Faster and faster, my weightless body approaches impact Daytona Beach for Spring Break
Tickets are $8 per person ai
The moment before collision, as despair fills my bowels and call 1-800-854-1234 or write P.O
per couple. The formal wi
44
Madder, I hysterically cry out, No...not yet!!!" On Saturday, Jan. 25, Steve Box 910, Daytona Beach, FL, 321 If place on Friday, Jan.,31 f
Impact is imminent Left alone and cold, I must come to grips Allen will be joining the Erie Phil- to obtain a free brochure. p.m. until 1 am. at the Plaza
with myself. On some days, people feel like the cock of the walk... harmonic Orchestra at the Warner
other days... the cock walked all over you. Why must it always end Theatre. The show is at 8 p.m. For
this way? ? * C i_ more information, call 455-1375.
I flash back into reality on the slush-covered ground. I*m
soiled, wet, cold and alone. However, narrowly averting death, I am Attention seniors! If you don't
Banana Sandwiches by Daniel McQuillen want the class of 1992 to be forgot-
still alive; soiled by dirty slush but alive and well, less a few bruises,
contusions, and minor lacerations. { ten, now is the time to do some-
I haul my carcass off the ground and manage to gain my feet thing about it! Turn in or pledge
I stare bitterly at the unshoveled, unsalted stairway that has no your money for the 1992 Senior
railing. Realizing the extent of injury that I luckily avoided, I am Project to the Alumni Office. If
overwehlmed with nausea. I lay crouched at the foot of the treach- you have any questions, call Anne
erous stair. As I retch over and overt I am constantly tormented by Marty at 824-2981,**
my own consciousness.
* "Why didn't I just walk through the deep snow around the
unshoveled, unsalted, railinglessr stairway; £ off of the unsalted,
unshoveled sidewalk and through the knee-deep snow? If I had, Please note that? the MSO
maybe then I would not be kneeling here sick and soiled." meeting "has been changed from
After the vertigo subsides, I am engulfed by the urge to leave Sunday, Jan. 26 to Monday, Jan.
the scene as fast as possible. I stay off the sidewalk this time. I run 27 at4 p.m. due to the Super Bowl.
through the snow at full bore. In the midst of my sprint, I feel a
piercing, sharp pain begin in my shin and shriek its way into the
I V.I is of my spine. Again I watch the earth race toward my face.

Again I find myself cold, soiled and alone. Al-Anon meets on Tuesday
evenings in Campus Ministry
at7:45. I& ^ B
This was dedicatedtoanyone in charge of c
the sidewalks. If anyone in administration I Dovme IBeezer dels Anyone needing security after
4:30 p.m. can call extension 2000.
due what I'm talking about, get out from t his rnonew's uJor-V-Vi
your desk and take a walk around campus.
The World of Snafu by Steve Rush

BuMG. i FoK*X WfoT} "HE


This time, Ifindthat I'm starring at the broken off light pole
near the sidewalk between buildings 3938 and 3926 on Briggs l$Wfc oF W aft &tol,
Avenue. The pole only stands about two feet high, so it was not T|4£.*oTVlEL out.
visible (the snow had covered it).
As I watch the blood trickle from my shin, I am thankful that IK
neither myself nor anyone else was impaled by this invisible, • •

broken light-post that should have been removed or replaced...


"Why wasn't this taken care of? Why aren't the sidewalks
ggfe *•

being shoveled? It hasn't snowed in days, and there is still a foot of


snow on the walkway. Why was a dangerous broken pole left in the
middle of the yard where it is barely visible at night and invisible
when mere is a good snow?" I sit in my room, happy to be alive. Yet
at die same time, I wonder if life is really worth it Snappy by Adria Stalsky
That was dedicated to anyone*in charge of clearing, the
X Twi^n T'Ubi/Y THI3
sidewalks. If anyone in administration has no clue what I'm talking TO?
?*s& TO cc ro rw e tmtf OfATS^OgWi!
about, gel out from behind your desk and take a walk around G*6Al1
**4wrf --""YE*! *ur>sotj AS*£I> SNAPPY.
campus. Maybe you'll learn something. oTTOM
Otherwise, I hope my fellow students don't have to pay the J.

carpet cleaning bill for Old Main. I must be dreaming. Seriously, > .

s X
watch out for those slippery side walks. And you may want to look \

up the number of your favorite civil attorney. The word for today
is "Nedittence."
,v\.
JANUARY 23,1992 THE MERCIAD PAGE 5

Kirkpatrick Sale trashes Columbus myth


According to Kirkpatrick Sale, The Conquest of Paradise: Chris- Columbus expedition should be 9
the keynote speaker for Mercyhurst topher Columbus and the Eco- given credit Cor such an honor. ^
College's upcoming Academic logical Legacy. "He made it pos- Sale wants to provide a "mi-
Celebration, Christopher Colum- sible for Europe to gain the wealth nority view" in his Columbus
bus, contrary to tradition, was ruth- and power that led to its hegemony seminar, and will take afranklook
less, avaricious and deceptive. Sale over the rest of the world." at that part of Columbus' colonial
also believes Columbus was the In his lecture, Sale will attempt rule most often overlooked, includ-
most^important figure in human to strip away the many myths that ing slavery, slave-trading, cruelty,
history. * distort the common perception of exploitation and environmental
Sale, author of a new biogra- Columbus, and challenge most of despoliation \
phy of Columbus, will give his the conventional opinions on his The author of five previous
address, "Christopher Columbus life and times, beginning with the books.Sale has also writtemfor
500 Years Later," on Monday, Jan. very formation "Columbus dis- numerous periodicals, including The
27 at 8 pan?in Zurn Recital Hall.;/ covered America.' * New York Times Magazine and
"His personal traits not with' * Sale believes that Columbus Nation. He is co-director of the
standing, I regard Columbus as the didn't "discover" anything; in- EJ\ Schumacher -Society and
mosuimportantfigurefcinhuman stead, the natives on the North founder of the New York Green
history," Sale says in his book American Continent at the time of Party. I |
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Schiff and Lutton tortures * McQuillen •

Hosey By David McQuillen


Merciad Staff Columnist
examine Do you like to see people in
pain? Well, on Wednesday, Jan. 29

language at 10:30 am. in Zurn 207, you'll


get a chance to satisfy such twisted
desires. I'm going to be the human
guinea pig for Dr. Lewis Lutton * s
By Daniel McQuillen
"standard fitness test" * ^^^
Merciad Staff Reporter t
DR. KENNETH SCHIFF W T>r? Lutton's Torture
fi Chamber,'' is more like it The test,
Deconstruction likes to call the "slipperiness" of which measures the maximum
brain cringes and instinctively enacts language, the fact that language, oxygen consumption of the human
its "-ism" defense mode. "No way! and literature, have 3fundamental body, is a ten-minute ordeal that
No far out philosophies for me." and inescapable flaws. This "slip- pushes an 4 athlete to the absolute
But hold on a second.. Give your periness' ' not only affects how we limit and beyond. It isn't pretty.
brain a good slap and tell it to get a read and communicate, but also The test will take place on a station-
hold of itself. Just what is decon- our personal views and attitudes ary bicycle ergometer; Lutton will
struction ism? If you give Dr. Ken- toward the world around us. It even attach sensors to record my respi-
neth Schiff, assistant professor of affects which classes form college ration, heart rate, hemoglobin count, DR. LUTTON, associate profesor of exercise physiology
English, and Heidi Hosey, instruc- curriculums, what students are and lactic acid levels.X
tor of English,^ a chance at this
w

required to read and how they learn.


year's Academic Celebration, they'll It starts out easy enough,
During the lecture Dr. Schiff
explain to you why deconstrucdon- my heart rate will hover around
will give a summary of the basics 100 beats per minute.'But while
ism is really quite interesting and.
They'll also show you how it sur-
of deconstruction ism, while Hosey
will demonstrate some concrete
you sit in your comfy chair, my
legs wiU be screaming and my body
Clark focuses on psychology
prisingly affects all of us, whether examples of its effects. Sodon'tlet
we're aware of it or not will demand more oxygen than my ture will be presented in Zurn 214
the title scare you. "An Introduc-
lungs can deliver. By the end my By Katie Johnson at 1 pan. > i
Decon sanction ism is a new, tion to Deconstructionism'' will be
heart rate should be pushing 200. Merciad Contributing Writer Dr. Clark received a B.A. in
highly controversial way of look- an interesting and thought-provok-
The information that Lutton will political science and psychology
ing at language and literature, one ing presentation you're sure to enjoy.
gather from this is supposed to Dr. Margaret S. Clark, profes- from Franklin & Marshall College.
which has jumped to the forefront The event will take place in Preston
make the suffering all worth while. sor of psychology at Carnegie She attended the University of
of debate on today's college cam- 314 at 10 am. on Wednesday, Jan.
I hope so. Melton University, will be the guest Maryland, College Park, where she
puses. It deals with what Dr. Schiff 29. -r .'-
lecturer for two workshops pre- earned her M.A. and Ph.D. She has
sen ted at Academic Celebration on been a'member of several panels,
Paul addresses problem solving Wednesday, Jan. 29. The r first including the National Institute of
workshop, "Becoming a Profes- Mental Health's Working -Group
sional Psychologist," will focus on Links between Social Psychol-
terns in their life" he said, "What's social, environmental and marital on the process involved in coming
By Joe Legler going to separate the really suc- difficulties. {' up with rescarchable ideas and
Merciad Staff Reporter cessful from the less successful is "It will open people's eyes to carrying through with psychologi- She will explain her recent
how well they creatively solve new perspectives in how to solve cal studies. Afterwards, Dr. Clark research on dose relation-
It's- a known fact that bicycle problems.'' their problems,'' he replied. will discuss going to graduate school ships that affect mental
seats are very uncomfortable... and He said that his presentation is He said that all majors are wel- for those interested in psychology health. I
they've*been that way since the designed to help people find better come to attend, because it will help majors; The program will be held
inception of the manually powered ways to solve their problems. everybody. in Zurn 213 at 10 a.m.
vehicle. Why hasn't it ever been "People tend to solve prob- Paul has an MBA in account- "Research on Relationships: ogyjand Mental Health Practice.
changed? lems based on their historical frame ing from the University of Pitts- 'Implications for Mental Health" As a professor at Carnegie Mellon,
k Howard Paul, the assistant of reference," he stated, "They burgh, as well as undergraduate will be the topic of Dr. Clark's Dr. Clark has received many awards
professor of business at Mercyhurst, tend to take small incremental steps degrees in economics and political second lecture. She will explain for excellence, including the Ber-
will address this and several other to solve a problem, and they're not science. He worked in the industry her recent research on close rela- schdd-Hatfidd Awaid for sustained
tionships that affect mental health. excellence in research on relation-

topics on Tuesday, Jan. 28, when particularly creative about it" for two decades before becoming a
ships. Tf it|; 1
The main focus of the speech professor at Mercyhurst five years ^Examples from her studies fund • VI
he gives a speech on CreativeProb- * Dr. Clark's lectures* will be
will be on business problems, ago. by the National Institute of Mental
fcm Solving during the Academic
however, it will also be helpful to The soeech is on Tuesday ^Health and the National Science sponsored by the psychology de-
Celebration.
has •>tii. [ems 0 a.m. in Preston 3 Foundation will be cited. This lee- partment *v.
41
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THE MERCIAD JANUARY 23,1992
PAGE 6

Academic CellebratiSon
Divorce Advertising.; expert offers ideas
advertising/' He did this so that he
scratches By Grace Bruno
Merciad Staff Reporter
own agency in Palm Beach at age
25, is a member of The New Eng-
land Advertising Hall of Fame. He
could rededicate himself to what
he loves most about advertising;

marital Stavaros Cosmopulos, co-


founder of the largest advertising
agency in Boston -- Hill, Holliday,
was recently featured in the Wall
Street Journal's Creative Profile
Advertising Sales. In the July 23,
|"creating ideas."i As he puts it
"the idea should be King."
Since 1950, Stavaros Cosmopu-
,..

t:
itch f Connors, Cosmopulos — will be
speaking on Creativity In Adver-
tising; a topic he knows only too
1991 edition of the Boston Herald
it was announced that Cosmopulos
"would open his own advertising
los n has created i provocative, hu-
morous, I and; a ward-winning ad-
vertising for such clients as Dexter
well. consulting practice which will help Shoes, Dodge Automobiles,
By Angela M. Camp
Cosmopulos, who started!his clients and agencies evaluate their Dunkin' Munchkins and Fenway
Merciad News Editor
Franks to Charleston Chew. On
Marilyn Monroe standing over
the subway vent, skirts flaring, in
The Seven-Year Itch is one of the
Students teach Expo two occasions, he was named one
of America's Outstanding Crea-
used during their practicums. tive Minds in the nationwide sur-
most famous movie scenes of all By Michelle Ryan Games, bulletin boards and learn- vey conducted by New York's Ad
time. But in actuality if you've HELEN FISHER Merciad Staff Reporter ing centers will be on display, in- Day. f V*
made it to the seven year point, you States the "itch" usually shows troducing future teachers to new Cosmopulos says, \ 'The visual
are lucky. Helen Fisher, a noted
iff
• Have you ever wondered how ideas, f presentation is crucial to the per-
itself after two years. Divorces teachers manage to keep their stu-
anthropologist win be talking to the worldwide are highest for ch ild less "They (the students) will be ception of the message." His mes-
dents busy during class time? Your demonstrating themselves," said sage on Wednesday, Jan. 29 is what
Mercyhurst community about "The or single-child couples who'are question is answered at the Council Diana Bohl, associate professor of is most important It will be full of
Four-Year Itch: A Look at Divorce between-the ages of 25 and 29 not for Exceptional Children Expo, held Education. "(The expo) serves as experience, knowledge and origi-
and Adultery on Wednesday, Jan. as we are raised to believe, when during Academic Celebration.
4t an exchange of ideas." nality that he is anx ious to share, so
29 at 7 p.m. in Zurn Hall. $ the children grow up and leave
The event involves education All areas of education are to be don't miss him in Preston 312 at 3
According to a study of young the nest" Fisher, who will pre--
'majors, especially sophomores, covered at the expo, which will be p.m.
married couples around the world, senting her findings, is a research
more marriages end after four years juniors and seniors, volunteering held Wednesday, Jan. 29 from 9
associate at the American Museum
than atany other time. In the United and contributing ideas they have a.m. to 4 p.m. in Zurn 137.
of Natural History.

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Mark Kordnsky, junior - A chance Anne McNelis, freshman - I ' m
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to break the monotony of classes haul from. Christmas to Spring glad I get the day off from classes
and explore the different cultures Break. The students can go out and and can go to some of the lectures,
and lectures given. listen to different speakers, instead but why can't theyfcancel night
of listening to our regular profes- classes, too?
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should be able to choose which Italien extravaganza is always a feel it is a good opportunity for stu-
events to attend. They shouldn't be good time. The lectures and activi- dents to be able to listen to differ-
required by their professors to go ties are good, but sometimes they're ent lectures on topics they're inter-
to events, and not have their class scheduled too early. ested in. Leaving the lectures op-
grade affected by it tional is also a good idea for the
college students.
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l^caddniiic delebf aitaon


Hartenstein performs ceramic music
ments and sound sculptures such ArtPark, Kilbourn Hall, Memorial
By Tricia Kuhar as the Clay Marimba, Circular Flute Art Gallery, Jazzberry's Pyramid
Mcrciad Staff Reporter and Tongue Drum. Lasting appro- Arts Center, and at many schools
mimately two hours, this program and libraries throughout upstate New
Thanks to the Mercyhurst art will also include an interactive York. He has developed a highly
department, on Wednesday, Jan.29, performance and discussion on the regarded approach to educating
feet will be tapping to the creative sound of music and human response young people about the joy of music
and unusual sounds of Ward Har- to it. ; z ?
making and the art of listening.
tenstein. Ceramic music on original Tom Hubert, > Mercy hurst ce-
This artist, composer and crea- handmade clay instruments will be ramics, sculpture and photo teacher,
tor of wonderfully unique musical his second program of the day. It and fellow school graduate to Har-
instruments, will expose his audi- will be held at 2 p.m. also in Zurn tenstein, recommends these pro-
ence to new and unusual sounds, 120. V? m grams to everyone, especially the
and explore the possibilities of * Performing for approximately music and art students. THEODORE HAMEROW
instrument building and music- one''hour, Hartenstein will com- It will be particularly best for
making in a way that is both enter- bine his handmade instruments with music majors, but the program is a
taining and enlightening to all ages humorous h stories and? "sound
of listeners. poems." Audience members may
;At 10 a.m. in Zurn 120, Harten- be invited to play instruments or
combination of ait and music, which
is very inter-related,*' said Hubert Professors debate correctness
Hartenstein's program also
stein will demonstrate the ceramic participate with their hands and comes very highly recommended By Anne L. McNelis Boyd is director of the African-
instrument-making techniques used voices. by-Hubert to non-music and non- Arts and Entertainment Editor American Studies Program at the
in constructing his ceramic instru- Hartenstein has performed at art students. He explained by say- University of Michigan. She is the
ing, "The non-art students often Recently, the controversy over recipient of many awards and dis-
General Lee •tops lecture look in the doors of the art rooms,
but they keep walking by. We would
political correctness has escalated.
The debate over political correct-
tinctions, including Recognition for
Major Contributions to j African-
No serious student of the like to try to get them inside.** - ness comes to Mercyhurst College American Culture. She is currently
By John Danknich Civil War will want to miss No- ^ So if you are interested in learn- working under a faculty grant en-
during this year's Academic Cele-
Mcrciad Staff Reporter lan's challenging and controver- ing ceramic instrument techniques, tided "The Black Unicorn Film !
bration. Dr. Theodore Hamerow of
sial conclusions. The lecture is being seeing human response to sound, the University of Wisconsin-Madi- Project" Boyd has also partici-
Attorney Alan T. Nolan sponsored by the History Club. or a few hours of enjoyable enter- son will debate Dr. Melba Boyd pated in a variety of lectures and
will give a lecture entitled "Gen- tainment, come see Ward Harten- from the University of Michigan- conferences.
eral Robert E. Lee: A Creature stein and get your feet tapping. Flint Boyd obtained both her bache-
of the Lost Cause'' at Academic lor* s and master's degrees in Eng-
Celebration on Wednesday, Jan.
29. f * J
Nolan, author of the new
Rogers discusses injuries lish from Western Michigan Uni-
versity in 1971 and 1§72, respec-
tively. She received a doctorate in
book, Lee Considered: General Rogers, a highly respected English in 1979 from the Univer-
Robert E. Lee and the Civil War By Leon Mum ford orthapedic surgeon at Hamot Health sity of Michigan-Ann Arbor.
History will present an I analysis Merciad Contributing Reporter Systems in Erie, is also a proud I Hamerow is a professor of
and critique of the tradition associ- three-time recipient*-of the Osten German and European History ai
ated with Robert E. Lee. Nolan Running injuries: Their Causes Award* for outstanding clinical the University of Wisconsin. He is
contends that the legend and the andTreatment will be discussed by instruction. strongly against; requiring diver-
traditional Lee are not historic. The Dr. Vincent Rogers, M.D. on Brad Jacobson, head of Mer- sity in education curriculum and
lecture will be given in Sullivan Monday, Jan. 27 at 6 p.m. in Zurn cyhurst's sportsmedicine Aepart- hiring quotas. He is the author of
Hall at 8:30 p.m. ATTY. ALAMNOLAN 114. ment said that the talk will be bene- k 10 books and a number of articles.
A native of Indiana, No- ficial to most runners, trainers and Tie has also been profiled in" a
lan Is a graduate of Indiana Univer-
sity and the Harvard Law School.
Sisters of; Mercy sponsor luncheon sportsmedicine practitioners.
"Dr. Rogers has the appealing
Newsweek cover story about po-
litical correctness as one of its most
He is also the Chairman?of the As part of Mercyhurst College's Sr. Patricia is Theological ability of simplifying the science of prominent opponents.
Board of Trustees of the Indiana sixth annual Academic Celebration, Consultant of the Sisters of Mercy, sportsmedicine in an interesting way Hamerow received his Bache-
Historical Society and practices law Patricia Smith, RSM, PhD, will Baltimore. She has lectured widely that people can relate to/* said lor's degree in 1942 from City
in Indianapolis with the Firm of Ice give a luncheon talk entitled, "What in the U.S. and Canada, and has Jacobson. In this sense, Rogers is College. He got his master's from
Miller Donadio and Ryan. Makes a School Catholic?" at noon published numerous articles on expected to interest the general Columbia University in 1947. He
In 1961, The Macmillan •
Mary, ministry,'priesthood and public, as well as the sports- orien- obtained his Ph.D. in 1951'from
on Wednesday, Jan. 29 in Sullivan tated listeners. 1$
Company published Nolan' s book, theological education. Her book, Yale University.
Hall.
The Iron Brigade, a military his- Teaching Sacraments has been Admission is free, and all those The debate .is sponsored by
Smith will present a theological
tory of the Civil War." The Iron reprinted by Liturgical Press. wishing to learn about sports inju- Mercyhurst Student Government
look at those characteristics oi
Brigade was named by Civil War At present, she is working with ries without having to read two or and will take place in Zurn Recital
qualities of the Catholic tradition
Times Illustrated as one of the Catholic healthcare institutions on three textbooks, are welcome to Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan.
that characterize an institution thai 1 f
4ft
100 best books ever written on the theological and religious roots attend the meeting. 28. t " *
9 calls itself "Catholic." The talk is
the Civil War. * It remains in print of Catholic healthcare ministry.
sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy
after 30 years. of Erie. j Panelists discuss affirmative action
NBC agent visits 'Hurst By Jule Gardner
the line? Do we need to re-examine
the issue, or is it fulfilling the pres-
Features Editor ent ro**w
the Student Union at 2 p.m.
The debate will take • 'a differ-
By Karen McGuIre Currently, Barnett works .for Is affirmative action working? ent look at affirmative action and
Editor-in-Chief the National Broadcast At 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 29 what it's supposed to be about,"
Company(NBC) as an a in Rm. 3 of Sullivan Hall, a panel Hvezda said.
"Quiet on the set. Cue the tal- Canada. Prior to holding this posi- will discuss the ins and outs of Jeff Veitch, senior member of
entfloordirector. Ready on cam- tion, he worked for NBC in Can- affirmative action, as well as a the Pre-law Society, organized the
era one ...take it'* ada as vice-president of sales. possible answer to this question.
Coming l o Mercyhurst from event He said, "It is something I
* 'Welcome again to another Born in England, Barnett moved The discussion on affirmative
Oak ville, Ontario, Canada, Barnett feel strongly about and it's timely.
addition of Academic Celebration. to Canada in 1957. One year later, action's impact on the workplace
plans to lead an open forum dis- People have to realize that some-'
We'd like to welcome Larry Bar- he joined the staff at the Canadian and .society is sponsored by the
cussion about the television Indus- thing has to be done."
nett, president of L. Barnett Tele- Broadcasting Corporation(CBC). Pre-Law Society. Bob Hvezda, the
There, he worked for 20 years in a try. He plans to offer helpful in- The panelists from the philoso-
vision. Inc. in Canada.
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club's advisor, feels this topic falls phy department include Dr. Tho-
variety of different positions. sight to students about how to brcak in line with the group's goal to
Barnett will be a guest speaker mas Donahue and Dr. Bruce Th-
Barnett served as a director of into the television business. There expose Mercyhurst to controver-
at Academic Celebration on will be a limited amount of time ompson. Also scheduled are Cathy
Wednesday, Jan. 29. The open television for the Canadian Blue sial issues. Anderson, the affirmative action
spent onjlecturing with a maxi-
forum discussing' 'everything you Jays Baseball for five years and Hvezda said affirmative action, of Mercyhurst; Homer Smith,
mum of question and answer time. • : • >

always wanted to know about tele- also in similiar capacities for the today, |iaises certain questions. affirmative action officer for the
The Mercyhurst community 'is
vision and were afraid to ask/' Olympic Games, the International Among them: Have we taken it too city ofErie; and a speaker from the
encouragedtobring prepared ques-
will take place in the Mercyhurst Hockey Series and the National far? What is fair? How do we draw office of Sen. Harris Wofford.
Hockey Lea«ue(NHL). tions for the activity.*
Student Government Chambers of
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Excellence Scholarship. The Of- strument-Making Techniques. Cathy: Anderson, director of the Department of Visual Arts A Taste of America.
fice of Admission and the Aca- Ward Hartenstein, an artist, potter, McAuley Erie and Mercyhurst's Chartiers Valley School District A Taste of America will
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school students on campus for demonstrate the techniques he uses Thompson, assistant professor of NAEA Student Chapter. New Orleans, Sonoma Valley
Academic Celebration. These stu- in building his ceramic instruments philosophy; and members of the Chicken Breast with Tarragon Rscan
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