The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 17, 1975, Page page 6, Image 6

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daily nebraskan
friday, October 17, 1975
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Art festival Porno plays unproven role
set Sunday
The opening perform
ance for the week-long
festival of Mexican arts and
culture at UNL will be a
concert Sunday by Mexican
pianist Vivaino Valdez, who
has won critical acclaim in
Europe and America.
Valdez will play works
by Schumann, Franck,
Schubert and Ponce at 8
p.m. in Sheldon Art Gallery
Auditorium, 12th and R
The festival, Jornadas
Mexicannas, will feature an
exhibition of Mexican arts
and crafts in Sheldon
Gallery through Nov. 9.
A University of California at Los
Angeles clinical psychology professor
Thursday told about 200 persons attend
ing a Law-Psychology Research Conference
that the United States is undergoing a
major social-sexual evolution in which in
creased exposure to erotic materials plays
an "unproved" part.
Michael J. Goldstein, a former member
of the U.S. Commission on Pornography
and a co-author of the book Pornography
and Sexual Deviance, addressed the confer
ence sponsored by the UNL College of Law
and UNL's Department of Psychology.
Goldstein told the group that increased
exposure to pornographic materials can
not be tied to deviant sexual behavior until
more research is done.
"We cannot view what is happening in
the area of pornography, or as 1 prefer to
call it, erotica, without considering the
uiuauci wih'm jji magging sexual
matters, he said. The increasing accessi
bility of books and magazines depictine
overt nudity and sexuality is not a social
phenomena in isolation, but is part of
larger picture of culture change."
Goldstein said many views of the effects
of erotica on attitudes and behavior are
still myths and attitudes derived from
erotica can be positive, as well as negative
He said future studies on sexuality and
the effects of pornography will have to
study the number of times children come
in contact with pornography, their
reactions, the types of people who are con
sumers of erotica and the role it plays in
their lives. ,
"We need to find what the potential
therapeutic effects of erotica are," he said.
"Many may have a positive impact."
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A 19-year-old UNL student reported she
was raped early Sunday morning near
Andrews Hall, Campus Police Lt. Robert
Edmunds said Thursday.
Edmunds said the woman told Campus
Police she was walking west past Morrill
Hall when she became aware that she was
followed by a man wearing a nylon stock
ing over his head.
An earlier rape in the UNL vicinity
was reported Oct. 9, according to Lincoln
Police Detectives Don Buckner.
Buckner said a 22-year-old UNL student
told police she was raped at knifepoint by
two men at about 9:30 p.m. on Sept. 25
between 16th and 17th streets oa R
Street. The woman had been walking home
from where she worked near campus,
Buckner said.
Edmunds said Campus Police had no
reason to believe the incidents were in any
way related. There are no suspects in
either case.
Advice for registration
Tips on classes o
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An advising session to help students
register for second semester will be held
Monday in the Centennial Room of the
Nebraska Union. The session, sponsored
by the StudentFaculty Committee of the
University of Nebraska Builders, will run
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Ann Eiberger, chairperson of that
committee, said faculty and students
representing the colleges of agriculture,
arts and sciences, business administration,
engineering and technology, teachers and
home economics will be present.
"Students will have the oonortunitv t.-.
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as, qucsuuns aoout classes and
requirements and share experiences about
classes and teachers with other students,"
she said.
She said that the committee will set up
a booth at the north entrance of Nebraska
Union all day Friday to take names of
students wishing to be representatives. She
added that students must have at least a
junior standing to qualify as representa
tives. This is the first year Builders has pre
sented an advising session, according to
She said if the response to the session
is good they will sponsor one again next
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Remember when mom used to stuff you into a
stiff-collared shirt, and cinch your neck with a tie?
Those days are gone. And if you've grown to
appreciate informal, functional clothes that feel
good, stop In at Bivouac,
oon't se anything we wouldn't wear ourselves.
Bivouac, for functional, feel good clothes.
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