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AGENDA-Aug. 20-Aug.27 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
AGENDA-Aug. 20-Aug.27 CAMPUS Thursday Art Exhibit Photographs by Akron Beacon Journal photographer William David Wade will be displayed in an art exhibit entitled “Growing Up,” in the Art Gallery, second floor Student Center. The gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aesthetic Imagery The KSU School of Architecture is sponsoring an architectural presentation entitled “Aesthetic Imagery” by Farouk Self. The show is from 5 to 9 p.m. and will be held through Aug. 27. COMMUNITY Thursday Animations Amy Davison’s “Animations,” an exhibition of unique sculptures and jewelry in plastics and metals shown as part of the Blossom-Kent Art Program, will be displayed at the Bells Gallery at the Blossom Music Center. The gallery is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in the evening and during all orchestra performances 6:30 to 11:30 p.m. Classic Films The Akron Civic Theatre’s Classic Film Series will present “Showboat” and “High Society.” Show- time is 7 p.m. and admission is $2.50. Friday Double...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
CORRECTION AD The Dominos advertisement which will appear in the orientation issue contains the wrong expiration date. The correct date should read 9/30/81. ACROSS 1 Roman god 5 Crazes 9 Unwhole 14 Disconcert 15 Like in a trap 16 Jungle group 17 Girl friend 19 Hick 20 Countryish 21 Be unwell 23 Duck 24 Canadian natives 27 Challenge 29 Trapped^ 31 Attract 35 Inclined 37 Kind of orange 39 Fence step 40 Mollusk 42 On the level 44 White as 45 Badger’s kin 47 Spanish name 49 Wt. units 50 Grommet 52 Loose skirt 54 Living place 56 Wall and Main 59 Just fair 62 Footlike part 64 Accumulate 65 Bows 67 Fruit producer: 2 words 70 Water body 71 Dumb 72 “You’re kidding!” 73 Roosevelt or Kennedy 74 Underworld river 75 NL team DOWN 1 Burning 2 An Admiralty Island 3 Missouri: 2 words 4 Hang around 5 East 6 Macaw 7 Facts 8 Grave 9 Secret agent 10 Safeguards 11 Similar to 12 Brainchild 13 Inform 18 “ River” TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answers on page 11 22 Nfld. area 25 Using speech 26 Cut 28 Thing: Law ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
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Regional campuses tap faculty members [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
Regional campuses tap faculty members By ELIZABETH CLARKE Two KSU faculty members, Dr. Wilbur J. Osborne and Dr. James W. Geary, have been appointed to administrative positions in the Division of Regional Campuses. Osborne, associate professor of speech, has been named assistant dean at the Tuscarawas Campus.. Geary, university archivist, has been named to a similar position at the East Liverpool Campus. The appointments, effective immediately, were announced by Dr. Gordon W. Keller, associate vice president for the extended university, OSBORNE replaces Harold D. Shade, form.er assistant dean at Tuscarawas. Shade is now dean at the campus. Geary assumes the responsibilities formerly held by Dr. Gregory M. Shreve, now dean of the Geauga Campus. Osborne, a faculty member in the division of rhetoric and communication in the School of Speech, joined the KSU faculty in 1966. PREVIOUSLY, he was a graduate assistant at Pennsylvania State University, where he received a doctor of philosophy...
Former prof loses case [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
Former prof loses case By TRACI HILLING A U.S. District Court Magistrate has ruled against a former KSU music professor who was dismissed in 1973. Dr. F. Joseph Smith, a tenured associate professor, was dismissed because of his refusal to teach a course assigned to him by Dr. Lindsey Merrill, the director of KSU’s School of Music at the time of Smith’s dismissal. Smith, the first faculty member in KSU history to be dismissed for “cause,” claimed that the teaching assignment was made without prior consultation and that is was a result of strained relations between himself and Merrill. Smith has sued KSU for reinstatement, back pay and damages. He claims that his dismissal was a result of his participation in union organizing activities on campus and/or his participation in a campaign to have Merrill removed from his position as director. Smith was one of 21 faculty members who signed a petition asking for Merrill’s resignation, alleging that Merrill used fraudulent means to get the d...
Business groups merge [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
Business groups merge By JANET GAYNOR All the business organizations and fraternities in the College of Business will now be represented collectively by a council which was formed recently, Myron Reed, council president, said. The Executive Business Council will tentatively be made up of representatives from each of the 12 to 14 business organizations, Reed said. The purpose of the council is to incorporate all the business organizations with the faculty and administration to promote the well being of the College of Business and the business community, Reed said. “The council will also provide advisory services to those student organizations in need,” Reed said. The officers in addition to Reed are: Carl Ebner, vice president; Chris Carson, correspondence secretary; Tom Pendergast, executive secretary; Dale Konicek, Chairman, and Liz Sinclair, Faculty Adviser. The tentative list of member organizations and their representatives include: Delta Sigma Pi, Tom Pendergast; Minority Busin...
KIC president Siebert resigns [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
KIC president Siebert resigns Kent Interhall Council President Sam Siebert has resigned his post said KIC Communications Director Jeff Journey. The resignation will be approved at KlC’s first meeting of the fall semester, Thursday Sept. 3, Journey said. The current vice president, Martha Bush, will become president on council approval, and will complete Siebert’s term which runs through the end of fall semester, he said.. Siebert is moving off campus and according to KIC bylaws, staff positions are open only to students living on campus, Journey said.
Precautions must be taken [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
Precautions must be taken Enough is enough. The question is, how many more lives must be lost before appropriate measures are taken to beef-up the late night security at the area’s numerous convenience stores? Yesterday, for the fourth time this year, the family and relatives of an employee working at such a store buried their loved one as a result of late night or early morning robberies which have ended in tragedy. Three of the four victims worked at Lawson’s stores which have always been favorite spots for robbers. Three of the four also were young women, while the lone male left a wife and family. While all the incidents happened needlessly, the last involving 19-year-old Sandy Jo Hogue who was an employee at an Akron area Stop-N-Go store, was perhaps the most; if for no other reason than the fact that the store owner should have learned from the previous attacks. Obviously he did not because Mrs. Hogue was working alone early last Wednesday when a man robbed the store and then,...
Viewpoints Pranksters who dial just for fun are not always practical jokers [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
Viewpoints Pranksters who dial just for fun are not always practical jokers By BARB EVANOSKY Stater Columnist The phone rings and I answer it, wondering who might be at the other end. Although I expect it to be a friend, my mother or maybe even someone conducting a survey, it is a Breather. I decided to take it lightly and play along with what I assumed was a practical joke. “Oh, so you’re not going to talk to me, huh? Well, tell me did you pick me purposely or did you just go down the phone book?” He answered a one-word reply, “Purposely.” That changed the whole incident. Was this some looney who knows who I am, where I live, when I’m alone? Or is it someone who just gets their kicks out of frightening people? In light of all the violence this area has seen lately, I no longer am so quick to assume the latter. MOST PEOPLE have received such a call at one time or another. They may be harmless enough just some kid playing with the phone and dialing any number that pops into his head....
Poems help Vet express feelings [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
Poems help Vet express feelings By JOHN KUSNIR Strangling Along (Uncle Sam’s Song) (Ed.’s note: John Kusnir is a former KSU student and a Vietnam veteran who began writing poetry after he returned from the war. These selected poems are just a few of the many written by Kusnir expressing his reactions to the war in general and its effect on society.) Shortly after the second world war Michael went back to Catherine To heal his burning sore A mind so full of killing &amp; death That he nearly strangled my mother to death After that, they slept in separate rooms She alone with her love for him He with his dreams of doom Drugs, Drugs, Drugs Everywhere I go people are taking drugs, growing drugs Making drugs, faking drugs, eating drugs, selling drugs Singing drugs, smoking crisp rolled rugs, copping drugs Big people popping yellow bugs Little people sneaking slugs Autopsy with drugs, detectives confiscating drugs Suicide prescriptions chugged in a glug Mushrooms, weeds, flowers, ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
Letters Letters to the editor concerning topics of campus interest are welcome. Letters should be brief, not exceeding 300 words, typed and double spaced. Name, year in school, major and phone number should be included. We reserve the right to edit material submitted for publication. Unsigned letters will not be considered for publication. However, names may be withheld if circumstances warrant. Letters should be sent to 100 Taylor.
'Book of Lists' lists tons of trivial tidbits [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
'Book of Lists' lists tons of trivial tidbits By CHERI KOVESDY Feature Editor If you can name three famous men who died as virgins, the covering on the end of a shoelace, and one of the longest words in the English language, you could qualify as a genuine trivia buff. And if trivia is your thing, the “Book of Lists” is definitely for you. In it, you can find anything from still-existing prehistoric animals to kinkier habits of famous people. If you’re interested, both Sir Isaac Newton and German philosopher Immanuel Kant died virgins, as it is believed Adolf Hitler also did. ALSO, IF you are racking your brain to recall the name of the endpiece of a shoelace, it’s called an aglet. \ In case you didn’t have much luck with those. I’ll give you another chance. What do you call the lights you see when you clench your eyes shut? (Hint: they’re not called “psychedelic.”) The proper name for them is “phosphenes,” although probably few people have ever called them that. Other names for thin...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 20 August 1981
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