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Volume 95

September 1991- May 1992

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Pretty Sneaky AD molds Athletics budget with cuts in mind BY Tom Clark RECORD M anaging Editor The first glnnce at BSC Athletic Director Fred Hartrick' sp roposed 1991·92 budget will infuriate a few people · but wait - Fred's got a plan. The propo�al,passed on to the United Student's Government m !ate August,lists Women's !8!�:��j;\�g� _ s zT;:0� is and Men's Trackbudge� !;ow �n you cut those sports, Fred? , Th��;:J e r\t:r.lt!;'�!de��. ksaid Tuesday,

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Richardson aiming high for BSC's future President announces plans to make U,S, "top 10:' BY M e l i n da Nerbcr the d cp a mnent ha$bee n cite d a s cvcnl!l.Johnsto n e is theformer $tu den ts . Educario!_l report'o n BSC's Rich a rdson a lso spoke of pl a ns problem$_wulh�and Ajo_ us.'_' he�id ,"this)s furthet the lan d is n eede d toIICC<)modate ofi:eachlnCBSC witb m-we-J to BSC. Johnsto n e's visit to the BSC Stu d ent enrollment. excdlcncelllltilit bll.ebei.edlt a nn ounceme n t of upcomi n g enrollment Ulrget o{12,ZOO

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PAGE% SEPTEMBER 6, 1991 [E ditorial I Don't become another face in the crowd; . � J Get involved now - use your activity fee Hanma n , pre s i dent ; Susari Howar d , vice pr es idc nt ; • u n d Bill GREETINGS TO ALL NEW BSC STUDENTS Ga n ley. t rea s ur e r. will be mor e tha n happy t o t alk t o a n y st u den t and welcome to the foll semester. For . ihose . of you who who h:i s q u t_"' t i '? ns . , . · . have left the security.of home, family and friends, the abou t org�m�. a t1 0 ns a nd how to get involve d . !'he offic e ? f adjustment to the college environment can ·be uplift ing Stud ent �,fe ,� al s o locat ed o n the_ fo�1:1h floor of t heymo n . You �ir very disappointing. Whil . e there is a gre?t feeling of :� 0 ��;: n a�� 1 :! 1 � r 1 � 1 s�!� 0 ��::�� t ���:; i ��tf�� t :��''.���;:�1. independence, many may discover college is not all they One of t h e t oughe s t thing s s tu den t l e aders of BSC have to expected\ Nevertheless, a student at Buffalo State has d eal with i s the fe e ll n g t ha t st u d e nts ju st d o n 't c.ire. Year aft e r numerous opportunities to make college li(e succ�ssfuL year w e I The best recommendation a senior at BSC c:in give an arc faced with apa t he t ic s tude n t s . It SCem s tha t despite our en t ering freshman is to use your activityfee and get • effort s , s tu d cm s s eem more co n cerne d with an actil'c s ocial life im'Olved. Each ofyou will have t o pay a mandatory stmlcnt• tha n t he coll e ge t hey a tt e nd . I n a s urv e y of 50 RSC. students in ac t ivityfee aspurt ofyour tui ti on eaeh semestcr. This 1989,ma n y who were sen ior s ,Jhlyonc coul d n !'mctwo thi n g s money is pu t in t o the Un i ccd Students' Government budget their ac t ivi t y fee pai d for; qui t e di s mayi n g re s ults aod divided among organi7,a t ions. That means t hese A s u? X 'ssful ? J llcge car ee r !s mor� tha n /!j nd i n g m:t where ���� i ���� n !r:�o o u���:/!;:i��l�� t s w h '? pay to su pp ort ��r::�:�:. s ��/1� s t�: se 0 ,�:r�:;y"��; e 0 i:1 e ;�� d t� 1 :�"et w(ll A s t11de n t at BSC can n ev e r fairly say ··There i s n othing not gm, t�c s at,sfoct,? n of accomph s hrncm yo u will �5, t by w k 111g here for m e ." The oppor t u n i!'ics ar e co un tless for s m den ts 10 a� . .a . n t ag . e of all t h:it IS ofT e fl: d :it BS�. l� "'7:!d be r fortunale t o ma k \�:·:�;e:� g:,.!���;�,;e:.�: :��!� d 0 !,�\� 1 :1�uri' h floor s lip t h �c;:' c g ���O�; k s�a� ��i 1 !11!: c ::1 ':!!'.:�t�,. enjoyable of t he Stu dent U n io n . The n cw!)·�lccted officer s Bria n ;:�i"�� t i'�:: 0 ��:: 1 �:::���;:i'.1t!���Jt:��:�r�,��t���� n �h� outside . LETTERS to the editor RECORD's freshmen advice_ needs some clarification 1 .....,glad(o

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profile: Mee111cwlyappointed Assis11,1ntDirectorofPub!ic Affairs Irene Liguori. SEE PAGE 4

sports: Scan the sta.tistical story of Saturday' s B e ngal triumph. SEE PAGE 8

BLOWOUT! Bengals crush Hobart, 34-0 BY Ben Keeperm11n RECORD Sports Editor Most football coaches will soy 1hot they ore often ob\e to gauge how well their team will ploy in o game by what happens on th e opening driv e . ·' to be sm1lmg from ear-to- e ar aft e r hi s Bengal s orchestrated a t e xtbook ten-play initial drive for a h ��b�r�St���:�!�1� - t�:: s �):1e�n°!o�. e home The opening game victory put to rest any preseason :���

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ongrytha!BSC"sgoodt,ock rccord\n be c o m pl e !ed b

Park permits arrive And with the come long, Jong Jong, long, boring lines BYUSAELSHBDIElt BENGALNEWSSERVICE

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The First Opponent: HOBART

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Buffalo State looking to improve its image - It's about time The�'s something about an institution of h.i�er !"'!��.1;!�;�:,', t � g :i;;:::!�':, tl �;: ;�;!:��:�� n ;�/ ffice i n educat10n where the average student, when d�cnbmg improved q u ality of life at the BSC campus·· ev e n i n a time of b u dget his or her school, says "this school sUcks." constraints.'" Apparently President 'F. C. RichardsOn has caught B u t i t will ta�e mo� t h an signs t o g et OS� s t ud� ms t o care. wind of statements referring to "fluff State," which it. And t h e pm;,d e nt isn' t th e onlyonewho 1s h 3vmg a r o u gh umco f continuously pollute the atmosphere ofBSC. T he topic of student apathy, ignora nce and low st u d ent morale h as Richardson has made conquering this problem his f r eq u ently filled th is spac e on i h e edi t orialpage. Yet of t h e newly- f mission. q u o te d 12,400 SSC students, the stu��nt n ew s paper is still run by l e ss Last Thursday the president took the first step towards ' th �;i a �::� u �� f i ::'?\: n u m er o u s campaigns for t he U n it e d St u d e nts · boosting the incredibly low student mora)e here by : Government. USG officers d e dica te each seme s te r Jo getti n g more announcing his intentions to make Buffalo State "among students to care about iss ues ihat a/Tee t t hem.Y et only 180 s tu de n ts the 10 most outstanding public urban colleges in the t u rned ou t at 1hc voting polls last scmstcr to vote for th e USG country." Acommendable move. presi�ent: fewer t h an 100 10 ele c t 1 h c trcas u r,i:r. . semester i s more evident than ever bef�re. �::�:: �� �!!,�� 1 :;::t}:e'� 0 ;!t 1;��;t:� t :: · s nt � J t �� fg@�i:it�i : ? :� : f:it : �:�� : :- . :::fi::sil��:fff �]:Jft�:}ii�f±g1Ilit: A ccess"'-nhQ u aht y And E xce ll c nce . Aceonhng1o t hcOfice of gradu31ingwit h alinlc morc pride.

Run, bike, jog, walk, roll for your favorite charity

Healtli. fee in action BY MARTIN COYNE IIENGALNEW SS ERVICE 1990. tem t Th e Health Cent<" r is n ow open from9 o.m. to S p.m. tsadayorc Monday throughTh u !"Sdly, from9 a.m. toSp.m.Friday amb u Abou t us;ng ih e ee ded ho .-. a,

Hazardous material found in Communication Center "ASBESTOS", FROM PAGE 1 ••d t he ocou,fcal m•tcr ls ;n1heel.,..room1ondlocturc hollsofthc cen1er contoinas bcs1os.hu1 1hot thOS< ma t cri­ ls arc ma" nt ..ned on • bestos can a\so calL•hcll.SC !•hyoicat l'tont oftk"" with conc,,rns.'"Wcdon·t ttlycn­ titclyupon lhis(thc repon), we do oddi ional sampling,"" Byrne said.

op,ovidefoTpromptand pn, dent ,cfcrral to an ext«· nalf1dlriyfor sucltcorc.M S inceSSCnolong<,rhasan lance corpo., students t oS1S 0ifthcyneedtm«· lrsn,portation from Other recommcndatiom from the board of ttuStecs a �:= resources·· and creation ofa Luzio..idaltbough thefoc is cxpec!cdtogen e rs t ca t ionolS3 6 . 168 . SUNYhas 001amountofcuts. S75 gene)' in : i ,�!� st has hadbothfor e rsl)'\'11'$. 1 di

0stutlt n xte n ig<\HealthCen t bcingfinoncedbythtmanda- t oryhtaltbfoc. AIIBSC•t or will paya $2 5 health fee wlththeirfall tu ition.Joeseph thot upanded houl'J'ofscrv· t er funding. previous l yfunded by SU N Y . ahh educatio n pro- groms ore: .."';""' now co- bythcfcc Thefccwas m3ndo!cdbytheS U NYBoard ofTros t ecs in Sep1embtr u er tha t I W \ :f�tu'd Weigel HC:tlth C e n t e n;Heal t and h e

are , and from I p.m. to 4 p.m. will payan•mbulanot fee of

s,uurday. The u healthcduca t desmaking Luziosa;d nustecsApril t 10 !h e dole. SU ha.,.e a '"deliv provide emorgc n thte,·en t Accordi!Jll mc n e cl

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Greeks should apologize to Native Americans

rcgular basis bylJSC"s •.. bc,nosh•nd\ersso1holthea>' bcstc,s does not b

h ��;ce• at :�r;=::� g :;;; r

Now York Stole oobcslos rcgulorions. and those or �ht F. n v"ro11men t al Prntceun n Agency.f,;lf!hat mot e than onr per,:,:mof asbc,t0$. by weight.mu,i bt prese n t in� m•tcri•\ bcfott 11 i, cons,· Jen:dtoron1ainosbes t os. Asforonyposs i blcfur1her oc(on go"nstBSC" n co n n«:· tionwith the incidtmi n Au ���i,\aitt;•du,,:��wil�: ha n d!•d hrouglt S tOle U ni• e rsi,yofNew Y o,k tegol ofl kesinA l bany ro!::' ,!?;u t i:n;" t �:ir��f. dentbthind him and making sut<"tha! som e th i ng like this will n cvcr hoppen agoin."I ,ha n k Godnoone was hun."' B yrne$8id. "lt was a minor incldentthltwasblownrom· pletc!you t ofproportion be­ causeofth e citations,b ut it"s �n a lcaming expericn':"' ond\ t hink the coll*will bcnditfromitinth e fun,�."

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de nt hC.:hh advisorycom;.,._ sexuoli1yccn

NatiwA,ncricano, I "'""lei li�t·ln knuwaf1:w1h;11g,;fru111 1hcG,cck,, Fin;I.has then· l><.�·ll an 01><>1,:,g.,·.:md if1>01.ifthcrci1gningt1Jbeune. wh�na11Jwherewill il he'! 1 ..n ""'"" (, ·cAmcrc nnronun!><•r ofa(11ern"ty.l mju11 aro11cemctl student.and ! think that theGreek• s!,o.,ld make•napolugybcoo11Sulda\l

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·�RECORD� Kelli Qui n nEDITOR IN CHIEF Tom ClarkMANAGING EDITOR Melinda NerberNEWS EDITOR EDITORIALPAGE EDITOR n KeepermanSPORTS EDITOR RogerSmith FEATURESEDITOR Chuck H age l • ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Ryan Muncy PHOTO EDITOR f Elle n Neary COPY EDITOR _ Gale n Murrat.BUSINESSMANAGER Rachael Custe r Be

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A solution to add/drop pains l knowwe all enjoy!ho boun; we trsnsac!ion in t o !h e main computer �.:! : n !i"b�:j�':. 1 �:}�i:o u l O!U��;� t �:;:�n:c::� r � an cxprcsalii>oforotudontswbohavo iristoadofwaiting un!lltholastd-,of S pccr.lPcrm;Mionolip&(whichdon"t Add!Orop0ity. 11ti1would,intum. Ueouldopc r at<"$«11lrthi n g lik et hil: l t<"ohic t h,s systcm woulJ bc 1n S t u dc n stands.i n thccxprcssline d,rcc1conJ\,c1w,ththe unofl "etalBufl" Xgives h illorhcr dropformor S pccial S taten,otto,''7l,crc"$/1(1Uabc)>h•rd•r Pcrmi..ionstip,oR e gimo t i<> n Stefl"cr wayrodo1hi•,"b u 1 maybc weco u ld Y. tryuanyway. Yt hen giv..xa rcccip1,howing the t rsnsactionascomplete(like o ba n k te ll e r. you know?).Ne2t, BONNIE S. RJCE Reg i mation S tafferZinputst he BSCStudcnr ·

RECORD The ·RECORE> will hcild a general interest meeting next Tuesd?,Y, September 17, in room 103 of Cassety Hall during Bengal Pause. All are welcome.

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' Political Jeopardy!

Liguori hopes to reshape "The Liason"

�! 1 :�l:e�sE:=- =�l1�..:..,will !=°.::���� =���

Cti"n�R��:i;.!11= = ;\�;'!w;.:tion! Late!y,lherehavobec n m.onyreyort:lofElvis' wh e reabouia. (BUZT!) BERT:Jessica! JF.SSlCA:Don'thoklyour bn:oili BERT:Com,ct!A n d Jesaiea-.ontopwithfi� hund,..d.A\lright,Mono Cuomowill nmfor f�� d c".)' inl992, W e l1,let' sjustfo<1<1tho1 ��:���� 0 .tt� n Fi�i"' e q,,,egtionnow;anyonec.on srillwin!hls,due to ��d n J: i 1 � t_ e ��::\ .:, der,

How. to park cheap and screw the state, . too! BYJloCcrCl.Smith RECOROf..ture,iEditor You can ''cheat" the state. You also can do some social good

" a"tftW.n,thl1'1.ut11e time web.lvc(ortooi#f!. l'n>BertFlecner.S..:you tomormw,whenour fobulo

while "cheating"

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con-octonswcris,oFcouTSC, e>ipenM;,thePentago n will '

codsid c g,cac h ing_1111• prnfcssionbcforcwn1inge.1ugh1 h Sb..'co�1im1cdherimcres1ln edueoti01,1hrough hcr reporti n g, ond recem l yshcst,rnc- .1 leac h ing :�. ::��:.�::t.� l �i�;�nt�! ( O mmd,of otbcrs.pan1culorly 1 h osc whoore i11 1 h e pruccss of lcarning 1n�:;1;·�:ti:; 1 �';'h:;ir.�:. on d �;�er�tcrc�lcd 1 ;n ·7�wi n g. " ,h: t . !' i � J • lol of good teac h er,,' ' C h a n gi n g joho i5justo continuatlo n oFthc l cuning proc.,..,Liguo,i ..id Youllgmindsatwork is her Spc<;ificor.. of i n terest,w h ich is 'lisc . of 1hctop,..uo n ssh c isat .. ; J . iustlikeyou n g pcople,"shc ne�::!��iJ°:.:'�,:�·::.:fl preh1h l yis1 h e l 4rges1 t..ks h c h as hefore h er,bu1 o h e obowa n ts10 ch.onge thewoypeoplesccBSC Aso reponer,Liguori mayhove bec:n1 h e m ostkrowledgah l e =� ':1" $Ct:i:�.�!:�n Now,s h e..yo1he w1nts1 h e pub l icto knowsome of t h e good 1hings t h o1haven"tgoucnou1 g a,hleles. '..i�;;Sf:!i�;::=:::� ncwspapcrrcporten�iJlas enemy territory "h'1 1 subje c 1of grea!!"inh," ohesaid ofhernewpo;s,hon. The newjob allowsformo r e tcgularho11rs and a new ch• l lcnge,hut wo,kingato n ewspopcrwo n '1f\ny forfrom her m ind. . .Reportcniore afun n y b(«

t h ;·�:i�:�� l t� /���� I ''" A� :::Jiifo� · ) l ) ,! '.i .;::�� · �� ied "l oiillfccl likc a rcporter,",hc uid."l"l l bewriling ,hc who l e nCWSPJper. " 1'hcN011hwcster n Journali,m "l l ovcdbei,..areporle<,"ohc ..id S)lc l eftThoNcwsbeuuseofu:r l!�a"'inthe n owspapcr bu,in..... s h c wantcd"''Othings:a tho n g,,i n c.treor1 . nd 1 h c oppor1u n ity tOwn1ca boo�. S h c,..ol i ,.cd o b,:•:lk'w""m h er �f ' :'i!!� r orcd�:,?£/::.�:i;i afur s h ewouklwritesomethi n g he�;;�;,?��!�� !omorrow's (,shwropper,"is w h otLig110ri =�:;Fo�:S�{;P� m .:rd 1 or newspo r wor�. "Youwan, r: ��r��res,cd herfor . �;�;s:�1¥.r - ;;:,.� .!oomonyovenuesfo,doing The n extstcpupf'?'"her•tT h e Ncwswas ,oeopycdno r ,w h erc mo«of h croppor1u n i1ywwri1e , bc1::�/ •ve1ohavebccn . l c fl "l c ound.fl01rcli1 h 1iningat11 copydesk,"$ h esaid. St.or i ng involvedin edllc.t1ion, espcc111\y a11hcco1leg<: l cvd,a l $o wosa m•jorimpclusfott h e switch • . • , !� "; ; . � loo hu this thingfor �!i'd� i :tt:,";'o"�n � ich otill "'!""_'hmg s h e gi•e'sohiglt � nonrybee.au... she says it h el JJS i:��f:.t:�\�.��!�.i� eve� :5

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BENGAL SPORTSFLASH

ATTENTION HOCKEY PLAYERS: Anyone intrested in playing Hockey must attend the mandatory meeting Wednesday, September 18 - 4:30 p.m. in Houston Gymnasium room 206. r- INTRAMURAL TOUCH FOOTBALL: Anyone , intrested in playing needs to attend the captain's meetiµg - Th,ursday, Sept 12 during Bengal Pause in Houston Gym.

WOMEN'S SOCCER:

The Lady Bengals opened their 1991-fall campaign with a 1-0 -victory over visiting Nazareth College. ForwardJoan Yemma scored the games lone goal on a penalty shot at 42.22 of the first half. · Shawn Borzelleri recorded the shutout by making 13 saves, including several big second half stops to preserve the winner. MEN'S SOCCER: . Greg Smith's unassisted goal in the second overtime gave BSC a dramaric opening day 3-2 win over Keuka College. �mith scored twice in the Bengal win, while goalkeeper Chris Voight kept the game alive with two brilliant saves in the overtime periods. CROSS COUNRTY: Both the BSC Men and Women placed eighth in the Buffalo State Daniel Walker Memorial Invitational at Delaware Park this Saturday. Amy Donner andJoli Czamara paced the women's team by cracking the top 50. Mike Mead and Dave Napolitano led the men's squad, finishing in the top 30. VOLLEYBALL: The Lady Bengals have gotten off to a rocky start, by losing all four of their opening matches to Brockport, Rochester, RIT and Allegheny.

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FRIDAY? SEPTEMBER �3:, 1991

VOLVIIBH NUIIBBll 3

SUNY CHANCELLOR JOHNSTONE "NOT WELCOME" AT BSC

Johnstone calls USG's fire "Psychic violence"

STUDENTRESOLUTION 1SL91Rl B

RECORD STAFF d into hostile t e

COMPILED BY

Stat e University of N e Johnstone st e he visited Buffalo Stat e ti3 SUNY units. In a dose d ent organii:ations, Th e to atten d this meeting. Johnston e 's visit cam e Students' Gov e pp e of th e fo nn e r e pr e stu d r pr e s e ntativ e

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SUNYChancello,D. aruceJohnatollchas conaistently �:;!;(;·�!����:E�%TE-%�Yi�,;,, ThcChanc,,!lorhasbccnthcrnostin$UU,ncntalperson , :r�;:;i� n s:.r·;.: v:� n :.!�t �!!t�':'o 1 :.ighcr J��;::1:I:;;:;f?,ti�l;=£ John, uoricnurt un:danen•i ronment ofdi st nm,fear C:1i:��,, 8 �Jt./;. hi.I tenur-e11$ Pn:$i dent otSUNY �� 1 {:t��::h�!: c ����.�1:1���':ir.!. ha....,,kyroekete d i nthepaStyeara1SUNYocl>ools. �:��; h ,:h;':'.: e :•::;.1i�;:�.k,�':f m �= in ��1\ ';;'.1 . .fora n o-•hawjob al $UNYCollege" New Th i $ipC<:iol .. fri end .. iscurn:nt !yu n deri n VWi fitiOn forallegedabusesofbothpubHca n dpri vatcfu n ds.and f:°m�:n�,��::;bi'fi!�:�":e��':{•::J1r.! I ��/!::' fin:d from theCuamo1dm i niS1nnio n focgTOU i n co m pe1enc,,. ThcChe n c,,llorhas n ata ddressedthisissue inthe ;:u!+dS�:r=�:;;:�!.�"��=r:r.c, t� TbtUllited.Studeat.. GoTenme:a1lllo...o confidenccbithecarna1iadrftd.,.,le8donldpot ourStateUIIJffftlty. That USG coilsupo n Gov . Mo _ ri oCua!"<'� i nriria", I :'f.e m ��:1i:�:: n �'Z!;i:=�• n Lcf\wit::h. !:���t�::!.S:.�. ie!�":'&.-uo. D. Bruc,,Johnat0ne'1raignltlon. ThatChanocUorJohnstoao iino1WEL COMEon tlmt um..,,.

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Johnstone's connection with recently fired New Paltz employee prompts USG to pass resolution

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Johnstone SP.eaks: "They know nothing" - '"'

BY MAUREEN CISLO BENGAL News S."•ic c r .!����cr.:, cc ���'t[;;� r co �r, u � liO'outrogeous thot it� silly.' GA!. News S.rviae interview.

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USG President Brian Hartma n Hartman, who attended Chancellor Johnstone's meeting, saidJohnstone acted "Like an ass," and later said, "I find it amazing thatsuch oppressive peop]earc.m charge." FSA UPDATE at his desk.

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