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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
# I ♦ Information Horse Drawn Carriages for Hire. Weddings, Tours, Moonlight Rides call: CARRIAGE TRADE, 467-9000. COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID over 3 billion dollars available annually in financial assistance to college students. New service matches students with sources of educational funds. Guaranteed 5 to 25 sources per student. Write for free information to; COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH, 7674 Cooley Rd., Ravenna, OH 44266. Gerty’s been making old fashion chili longer than Wendy’s been a franchise. RAY’S You can buy a cheeseburger at RAY’S but you can’t buy a beer at McDonald’s. RAY’S MOTHER’S JUNCTION Thursday introducing SENSATIONAL DREAMS (Get down with MOTOWN) MOTHER’S JUNCTION MOTHER’S JUNCTION Thursday introducing SENSATIONAL DREAMS. (Get down with MOTOWN). MOTHER’S JUNCTION MOTHER’S JUNCTION Friday CRAIG &amp; THE KICKBACKS Saturday MARY MARTIN &amp; THE NINTH ‘ TUNAS. Mi Fri Saturday MA TUNAS. M Friday C Saturday ft/ POETRY WORKSHOP; New/Old Poets invited. Beginni...
ENTERTAINMENT Visiting artists show diverse styles, forms [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
ENTERTAINMENT Visiting artists show diverse styles, forms By MEGAN HARDING Entertainment Editor The eclectic nature of comtemporary art and the sometimes bewildering multiplicity of styles and mediums used by artists today is represented by the “Blossom Visiting and Resident Artists Exhibition” which opened Monday in The Gallery of the KSU Art Building. The show includes a sampling of work from each of the 14 artists who will visit the campus during the Blossom-Kent Art Program, along with recent work from each of the resident faculty. Kent State faculty member Andrea Gill (ceramics), Henry Halem (glass), Bruce Metcalf (jewelry and metalwork), Craig Lucas (painting), Ira Matteson (sculpture), and John Buchanan (graphic design) each invited artisits to give workshops in their respective mediums. Also, each artist will give a public lecture on his or her work. IN THE CRAFTS AREAS, the pieces exhibited run the gamut from useful objects to being completely non-functional. Clary Illian’s...
Talented actors can't save slow-paced production [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
Talented actors can't save slow-paced production By CHUCK POLIAFICO Staff Writer With a talented cast that includes gymnast Cathy Rigby and singer Randy Jones, successful musical songs like “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and “The Trolly Song,” impressive choreographic numbers and colorful costumes, the play “Meet Menu St. Louis” should be a sure hit. Unfortunately it isn’t. The two-act play, presented by the Kenley Players, premiered Tuesday night at the E.J. Thomas Hall in Akron. The play takes place in St. Louis right before the 1904 World’s Fair and begins with short, choppy scenes that introduce the characters. The performers come on stage, say a few lines, sing a song, then exit with two other performers coming on stage and doing the same thing. This goes on for about five scenes. The script should have been rewritten with the sections condensed into one or two scenes. THE PRODUCTION, which runs through Sunday, begins to pick up toward the middle of the first act, wit...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
I Attention: Late Night Partiers Campus Wine Cellar is now open ’til 2:30 AM Monday thru Saturday We are the only place in town selling Beer &amp; Wine past 1 AM Still at the lowest prices permitted by law CAMPUS WINE CELLAR 1655 E. Main St. (Next to Campus Camera). 673-1589 SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS&amp;SSSSS3SSSSSSSSSSSSBS3SSSSSSBBS&amp;S3SSSSSSSSSSZ We also carry wine sacks for those “hot" summer concerts coming up
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 June 1982
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Dropoff in student donations hurting King-Kennedy Center [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
Dropoff in student donations hurting King-Kennedy Center By LEANNE GENOVESE Staff Writer A decline in KSU student donations on registration forms has created some financial difficulties for the King-Kennedy Community Center in Ravenna which serves residents of the Skeels-McElrath poverty area. Since 1970, students have had the option of including a donation for the center at registration. University records show that for fiscal 1980-81, the total amount of student donations obtained from the $2 check-off block on registration forms was $1,713, said Ann Thudium, staff accountant for the Bursar’s office. This past year, the center received $685 from student donations, a 60 percent decrease. THE KING-KENNEDY Center, 6660 Garfield Ave., is a recreational and educational facility where volunteers conduct educational and economic seminars, bible studies, exercise classes, arts and crafts workshops, and other programs for SkeelsMcElrath residents. Although the primary source of the center’...
Police dept. hires new officers [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
Police dept. hires new officers By ROSS SNEYD Staff Writer Three new officers and a manager of the Office of Parking and Traffic, a newly created position, will free Kent State police officers to devote more time to police business. Kent State police chief John Peach announced Monday that three new officers have been hired and a search committee has been formed to find a manager for the Office of Parking and Traffic. Currently, Lt. James Stanley divides his time between the police department and Parking and Traffic. Peach said the new position of manager of Parking and Traffic will allow Stanley to devote all his time to the police department where he is in charge of the patrol division. STANLEY and Peach have both been involved in the operation of Parking and Traffic. A manager for the office will make the operation less fragmented, Peach said. Long-range planning will also be more organized, he said. The search committee, chaired by George Eastman, professor emeritus of Criminal J...
Business dean hired; Kluge gets promotion From South Carolina [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
Business dean hired; Kluge gets promotion From South Carolina By ROSS SNEYD Staff Writer James B. Henry plans to be a bridge builder when he assumes the duties of dean of the College of Business Administration and Graduate School of Management July 1. President-elect Michael Schwartz announced last week that Henry will fill the post vacated by Stanley J. Hille who resigned to accept a similar post at the University of Missouri. Henry said that he thinks it is important that the College of Business Administration develop a good relationship with area businesses. “We must build i bridges between the school I and business,” he said. I “WE HAVE to get the business community involved in the business school,” Henry said. By doing so, he said, the College of Business can ease the effects of budget cuts. To help minimize the effects of such cuts, Henry said, the college has “an increased responsibility to raise money” from private businesses, alumni, and through continuing education. Henry,...
Formerly acting director [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
Formerly acting director By SHEILA LACEY Staff Writer After serving as acting director of resident services for eight months, Dr. Donald Kluge was officially named to the post June 1. Kluge has headed the department since former director Dr. Roger Sorochty resigned Oct. 8. Kluge will also continue as director of Student Development, a position he has held since February 1981. James Shaw, director of Business Services, said Kluge was promoted because he is “extremely qualified for the position.” KLUGE CAME to KSU in 1976 to become the director of Business Operations for Residence Services and held that job until his 1981 appointment as director of Student Development. Before that, he worked at Eastern Illinois University for 15 years in Student Affairs and Housing. He also taught zoology and education. Kluge holds a doctorate in higher education from Indiana University, a master’s degree in Counseling from Northwestern University, and a bachelor’s degree in biol- ~ ogy from Carroll C...
AGENDA – June 22-24 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
AGENDA - June 22-24 CAMPUS ROCKWORLD videotape starring Diana Ross, David Bowie, Landscape, Hooked on Classics, and Bow Wow Wow will be shown Tuesday through Friday at noon in the Music Listening Center, second floor, Student Center. Open to the public, public. ADULT CRAFT WORKSHOPS in stained glass will be conducted at 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday at Craft Art Studio, Room 224 Student Center. Fee is $3.00. KIDZ CRAFTS workshop in kit making will take place at 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Craft Art Studio, Room 224 Student Center. Fee is 75&lt;t. CHILDRENS FILM SERIES “Gulliver’s Travels” will be shown at'll a.m. and 1 p.m. in the Kiva. Admission is 75 c . STAINED GLASS WORKSHOP six-week program starts today from 3 to 5 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. at Craft Art Studio, Room 224 Student Center. Fee is $lO.OO plus materials. For more information call 672-2554. BLOSSOM VISITING ARTISIS PUBLIC LECTURES Burt Van Loo lectures on glass art tonight at 8 p.m. Nancy Hagin w...
Format changes by '83 probable here [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
Format changes by '83 probable here By PATTI BAUCH Staff Writer A' new name is in order for KSU’s School of Home Economics, as the Educational Policies Council (EPC) Wednesday approved a proposal to change the school’s name to the School of Family and Con-, sumer Studies. The change will go into effect spring semester, 1983. In a related move, the EPC agreed to a revision of the food service management program and changed its title to hospitality food service management, also effective spring of 1983. A spokesperson for the School of Home Economics said the school will upgrade the current service management track to a “truly professional program with all types of hands-on experience in the laboratory.” According to the spokesperson, KSU students seeking a bachelor of science degree in this field will learn “back-of-the-house and front-of-the-house skills.” The new program will have a strong business component and will provide students with the background needed 'to manage everything...
Wanted: a dean for the College of Education [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
Wanted: a dean for the College of Education By LINDA JOSEPH Staff Writer Since its first choice refused the offer, the search committee is once again looking for a new dean of the College of Education. Eugene Wenninger, committee chairman, said that the committee’s choice for the post rejected the offer in late spring. The college has been without a dean since David Carter resigned last summer after one day at the post. The last permanent dean was Robert Alfonso who was promoted to associate vice president for academic and student affairs and dean of faculties in September 1980. Richard Hawthorne will continue as acting dean. Wenninger cited the economic problems of relocating as the main reason the committee has taken so long to find a replacement. “It’s harder to sell a house today, and if you have a working wife, that’s a problem too,” Wenninger said.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
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