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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

Summer Kent Stater Vol. I, No. 1 Thursday, June 19, 1980 Kent, Ohio 44242 CJSPS 292-760 Rummer Kgnt NANCY BOWMAN Editor NOLAN WEIDNER SHARON GOODWIN Assistant Editor Advertising Manager Stater Staff Photo Editor: John Neitzel; Sports Editor: Jim Horvath; Feature Editor; Debi Trares; Entertainment Editor: Chuck Poliafico; Assistant Photo Editor: Henri Adjodha; Advisor: Evan Smith Staff Photographers: Jack Sattler, Gary Harwood Staff Writers: Liza Bartz, Bill Bryan, Tamara Davis, Barb Evanosky, Brenda Hiles, Tim Roberts, John Spencer Secretaries: Sharon Marquis, Mary Smith

Publication Title: Summer Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Trustees hike fees for fall semester [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

Trustees hike fees for fall semester By NANCY BOWMAN An $BO per year tuition increase was among the several instructional, dormitory and board fee hikes for the 1980-81 academic year approved by the University Board of Trustees at their meeting last Thursday. President Brage Golding told the board that the increases are “necessary so that the university can meet operating expenses next year.” The board also raised general student fees $3O per year. The funds are to be used to finance student organizations and operations at the Student Center. DORMITORY FEES were raised from $6O to $9O depending on room type, for undergraduates, while graduate student housing fees were increased an average of $lOO annually. Fees for students on the board plan were also increased by $54 yearly. A yearly increase of $l2O in tuition and $2O in general fees for the regional campuses was also approved by the board. Part-time students on the main and regional campuses will pay an adjusted fee. TRUSTEE JOYC...

Publication Title: Summer Kent Stater, The
Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Seven students put on probation to appeal verdict [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

Seven students put on probation to appeal verdict By NOLAN WEIDNER Seven KSU students, who were found guilty by the All University Hearing Board ■on May 23 of committing two violations of the student conduct policy code, plan to appeal that decision in court, even though their suspensions were recently reduced to disciplinary probation. Marty Goldstein, a junior majoring in political science/economics, and a recently elected member of Student Caucus, called the action “selective discrimination,” yesterday and said, “the removal of the suspension, replaced by probation still says we are guilty and we're not.” The six other students involved are; Brett Kristoff, a freshman zoology major; Peggy Meckling, a freshman theatre major; Linda Byrket, a freshman, who has not yet declared her major; Glenn Perusek. a graduate in political science; Pat O’Malley, a senior political science major; and Ray Holland, a sophomore peaceful change major. THE SEVEN WERE found guilty by the AUHB of two off...

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Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Fall graduates to have a December ceremony [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

Fall graduates to have a December ceremony Students who complete their degree requirements following fall semester will receive their diplomas in a December commencement ceremony instead of waiting until May 1981. President Brage Golding has announced. Golding said that the decision was made to hold a fall ceremony because “we feel that all of our graduates, as well as their families and friends, should be given the opportunity to attend commencement at a time that is most convenient for them.” In the past, December graduates went through commencement with May and August graduates the following spring. December graduation was dropped in 1971 as part of an economic cutback. The decision was also a result of the “highly successful dual commencements held last month in which approximately 2,000 graduates were individually recognized each day, Golding said. The recognition of graduates as they receive their degrees was a change from the past and will be continued in the December 20 cere...

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Source: Kent State University
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McCoy appointed to new vice president position [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

McCoy appointed to new vice president position By NANCY BOWMAN The Board of Trustees last week created a fourth vice presidency in the university administration and appointed Robert McCoy, executive assistant to President Brage Golding to that post. As a new vice president, McCoy’s main duties will be communications, Golding told the board. He said the post was necessary because “we’ve had some problems with communications for some time.” McCoy will remain Golding’s chief assistant as well as assuming some of the duties of the other three vice presidents. His salary was raised by the board from $35,000 to $43,000 annually. TRUSTEE JOYCE QUIRK was the only member to vote against the new position, saying that she felt another vice presidency was unnecessary. In other personnel actions, the board named Michael Schwartz, vice president for academic and student affairs, as university provost. He will also retain his vice presidents post. As university provost, Schwartz will be able to de...

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Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Agenda of Arts and Events [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

Agenda of Arts and Events ;13 : Townhall 11-Helpline: Summer volunteer training program, deadlines for applications are today, training begins Saturday, June 21. For more information call Townhall II at 672-4360. Kiva: “Play It Again Sam,” 7:30 p.m., $l. Kent Student Center and ACPB. Front .Row: Johnny Mathis, through June 22. Carousel Dinner Theater: “Second Time Around” with Pat and Eloise O’Brien, through June 29. 23 FRIDAY Porthouse Theater: “Roar of the Grease Paint, Smell of the Crowd,” Today through June 29. Tickets are $4.50, $3.50 and $2.50. Kent Cinema 1 and 2; “Brubaker,” 7, 9 p.m. and “Rxmgh Cut,” 7:15 and 9:45 p.m. Kent Plaza Theaters 1 and 2: “Empire Strikes Back,” 12:30, 2:45, 5, 7:30 and 10 p.m. and “Urban Cowboy,” 2, 4:30, 7 and 9:30 p.m. Blossom Music Center: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and Nick Lowe, 8 p.m. Tickets are $lO. Kenley Players; “My Fair Lady” with Pam Dawber. Carl F.W. Ludwig Recital Hall: Graduate Violin Recital with Gloria Rossi on violin and Mar...

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Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Facilities' hours revised during summer [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

Facilities' hours revised during summer Most ampus facilities will be open during the summer sessions, however revised schedules will be in operation. The library will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday. The Health Center will be open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. No emergency care will be given after 4:30 p.m. and the infirmary will be closed throughout the summer. The Student Center will be open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. on Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday. The. Student Center second floor cafeteria is the only food service facility on campus open daily. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The Schwebel Room will also be open from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For summer recreation, the Student Center Gameroom will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon- day through Friday. Eastway Center will be open for bow...

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PEANUTS® [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

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Menne selected to caucus post [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

Menne selected to caucus post By NOLAN WEIDNER Student Caucus appointed a former member as their new executive secretary on the last day of spring semester. Chris Menne, a senior chemistry major, was appointed to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Alan Resler. Menne sat on the All-University Hearing Board during the 1978-79 school year, and served as the chairperson for the AUHB during 79-80 until her appointment tq Caucus last February. “FOR THE LAST three weeks, I’ve just been trying to pick up all the loose ends from the other executive secretaries,” Menne said. She said six student organizations have had their accounts frozen because they were overdrawn. The accounts will remain frozen until the debts are paid. The groups and amounts are: Science Fiction/Fantasy Federation, $55; Angel Flight, $55; In-ter-Greek Programming Board, $25; Interfraternity Council, $9O; Black Watch, $551; and Israeli Student Association, $BO4. The groups will face deregistration if the debts a...

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Source: Kent State University
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Dismissal of $1 million suit is sought by business dean [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

Dismissal of $1 million suit is sought by business dean By TIM ROBERTS Lawyers for Dr. Stanley Hille, dean of the College of Business Administration, filed a brief in Portage County Common Pleas Court Friday asking that the $1 million libel suit being brought against Hille be dismissed. Hille is being sued by Dr. John Enrick, an administrative sciences professor, on three counts of defaming Enrick’s reputation. In a brief filed by Enrick’s attorney, Judith Nicely of Akron, Hille is accursed of publishing two letters containing “false and defamatory” information about Enrick. Nicely also said in the brief that Hille orally defamed Enrick’s repu- tation in the presence of students, administrators and faculty members. The third count, outlined by Nicely, accused Hille of invading Enrick’s privacy by publishing material taken from Enrick’s confidential personnel file. ENRICK IS seeking $250,000 in general and special damages and $750,000 in punitive damages from Hille. Hide’s attorneys,...

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Source: Kent State University
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Caucus approves summer allocations [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

Caucus approves summer allocations By BILL BRYAN Members of Student Caucus approved more than $15,000 in summer allocation requests for 20 student groups at a special meeting held June 3. Chris Menne, executive secretary, emphasized that the allocations have not been finalized, but she said that the deadline for submitting appeals was June 16, and no group appealed. Dr. Milt Wilson, dean for Student Affairs, must approve the allocations before they are finalized. Student Government allocated itself more than $6,000 to be used for staff personnel and operating expenses. The All Campus Programming Board was allocated more than $3,200 which will be used to pay for movies shown during the summer and for a planned summer concert. Menne said that the money available for allocations comes from the activity fees of students attending summer classes. Twenty percent is automatically put into the Caucus contingency fund, which is used to fund any additional requests during the summer. Organiza...

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Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Trustees approve two new degrees [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

Trustees approve two new degrees By NANCY BOWMAN Two new majors and, the naming of the Music and Speech theatre addition were approved by the University Board of Trustees last week. Both of the new programs, fashion design and musical theatre, will be offered through the College of Fine and Professional Arts beginning this September. Students who complete the fashion design major will receive a bachelor of arts degree in home economics. The musical theatre major will be available as an option within the bachelor of fine arts degree in theatre. KSU IS THE second college in the state to offer programs in these fields. The University of Cincinnati is presently the only other university offering programs in either fashion design or musical theatre. The board also named the uncompleted theatre addition to the Music and Speech building in honor of Earle E. Curtis and the late G. Harry Wright. The Wright-Curtis theatre is scheduled for completion next month. In the resolution approved by t...

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Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
University flying team places 11th at national meet [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

University flying team places 11th at national meet By CHUCK POLIAFICO The KSU Flying Team, a group which competes in precision aircraft flying, placed 11th out of 22 schools that participated in the National Intercollegiate Flying Association national meet. The event which promotes safety in flying, was held at Grand Forks International Airport in North Dakota during the last week of spring semester classes. The Flying Team won the invitation to the national meet by defeating six other schools in a regional meet at Bowling Green State University last October. THE FLYING TEAM con sisted of eight team members, two co-advisets who are flight instructors at KSU airport, and two schedule advisers. Three of the team members, Greg Deiboldt, Michael Hjort and Tom Matovich, placed in the top ten of the various events. Deiboldt, placed first in the short field landing event by landing his aircraft in the shortest and safest distance possible. HJORT, PLACED third in a message drop event which...

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Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Editorial [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

Editorial In light of the recent controversy over the new dorm policies, one thing seems clear. The administration is very serious about them. If you don’t believe that, just ask Brett Kristoff, Peggy Meckling, Linda Byrket, Marty Goldstein, Pat O’Malley, Glenn Perusek, or Ray Holland. In fact, it seems that the All University Hearing Board was even more serious about the policies. They voted to expel Kristoff, and give the other six a year off from school. If it had not been for Dr. Milton Wilson, dean for student affairs, all seven students would be looking for another school, or maybe an extended summer job. But still, the guilty verdict remains a SORE spot with the students involved. And how do they feel about the ones who got away? In the May 30 issue of the Akron Beacon Journal, Dr. Roger Sorochty, director of residence services, is reported as having said, “he charged those students because they were the only ones he or the dormitory staff knew by name.” He was also reported ...

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Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
America on brink of recession; wrong time for refugee influx [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

America on brink of recession; wrong time for refugee influx By BILL BRYAN Stater Columnist The rationale behind President Carter’s decision to allow more than 110,000 Cubans to seek refuge in the United States over the last seven weeks is difficult to understand. The United States has always been considered a country that opened its arms to the less fortunate people of the world, especially during a time of need. The trouble with the Cuban “Freedom Flotilla,” however, is that it comes at a time when we Americans are on the brink of hard times ourselves. Regarding the newly arrived Cubans, most public concern centers around the several thousand criminals, mental patients and trouble-makers that Castro included among the freedomseeking refugees as a solution to his own problems. THIS CONCERN is not unwarranted, especially after more than 400 refugees tried to escape two weeks ago from their Fort Chaffee, Ark. holding center. Fifty people were injured in the melee, prompting local res...

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Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Americans should stay home and support U.S. athletes [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

Americans should stay home and support U.S. athletes By EVAN SMITH Guest Columnist (Editor's note: Smith is a member of the journalism faculty here and advisor of the Stater.) “Pajek your bags, make sure your passport is in order and send $250. We’re still going to the Moscow Olympics.” That’s the essence of letters I received this week from Track & Field News, with whom I had booked a tour to the Games, and the Russian Travel Bureau, a New York firm that has been handling arrangements for 1980 Olympic travel. Those of us who had booked tours and canceled them when boycott talk started have been invited to rejoin tours to Moscow now that litigation surrounding the canceled tours has been settled. THE LEGAL settlements mean that those of us who have canceled our track and field tours will get back $1,365 of the $1,950 we have paid and that anyone who has canceled can rejoin the tour by paying an additional $250. Little government interference is expected. The Russian Trav...

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Source: Kent State University
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Make-shift work area helps with job Seamstress 'sews up' university draperies [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 19 June 1980

Make-shift work area helps with job Seamstress 'sews up' university draperies By DEBI M. TRARES Feature Editor “Have sewing machine; will travel,” is the motto of our temporary university seamstress, Gayle Philpot. Philpot has been repairing and making draperies for the campus since January. “Even though I knew the job was temporary when I took it, 1 still hate to leave,” Philpot lamented. The job was a six-month experiment for the University; in the past the drapes were sent out to be repaired. Philpot brought a good deal of enthusiasm and resourcefulness with her to the job. She purchased her own portable sewing machine and for a while carried the machine back and forth from job to job in the trunk of her car. SHE HAS IT a bit better now since she put two desks together in the custodial services office. But using office desks as cutting board and sewing table are not the only improvisations Philpot has had to make since taking the seamstressing job. When asked to make shirts to co...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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