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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
* NEWS FLASHES * GUIDO’S PIZZA OF KENT FREE DELIVERIES ON CAMPUS (allow 40 minutes) SPECIAL GROUP RATES 715 N. Mantua 673-8749 12 YEARS IN KCIIT 5 p.m. - 11:30 p.m. Weekdays 5 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. Weekends NO. CHOICE OF FREE SMALL PIZZA OR Vi OFF SECOND 16” PIZZA WITH PURCHASE OF 16” WITH 2 OR MORE ITEMS "•Please Mention this ad when ordering Items hmrul. Homemade Italian Sausage. Fresh Green Peppers, anions, Anchovies. Boehle Cheese Beverages Peesl. WmOsV Or. Pepper “A TRULY QUALITY TASTING PIZZA FRESH DOUGH MADE DAILY V////////////////////////////////////////////////^^^ y//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////^^^ " A Kant State Student/ GRfIB^FRIEfIDf end Hleke Plqa/ aoui to Lire el College Tower/ vj VS o o BEST VALUE NEAR CAMPUS SHORT TERM SUMMER LEASES AVAILABLE I and 7 BEDROOMS Most convenient apartment at KSU. Why fight driving hassles in snow or pay high gasoline bills. Fall out of the sack at 8:40 and make your 9:00 class. Friendly atmosphere in a cam...
Weekend in Review "Death of a Salesman" Porthouse play is classic tragedy [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
Weekend in Review "Death of a Salesman" Porthouse play is classic tragedy By MEGAN HARDING Entertainment Editor There have been only a handful of successful American stage tragedies, however, the recent production of Arthur Miller’s dramatic classic “Death of a Salesman,” which opened the 1982 season of the Blossom Festival School Theatre, is a gripping performance that brings home the injustice of a world where a man and his wife can work a life-time and have nothing to show for it. The play, directed by Louis O. Erdmann, a KSU professor of speech and theatre, opened Friday at the Porthouse Theatre, an openair facility adjacent to Blossom Music Center. The play recounts with relenting realism the life of a traveling salesman, Willy Loman, who is forced to abandon his illusion of himself as the successful “big man.” He realizes that after finally paying off his house “free and clear,” as his wife Linda says, there is nobody left to live in it. THROUGH A SERIES of flashbacks to the p...
TIDBITS [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
TIDBITS By MIKE BAKER Guest Columnist KENT CHIC: Applause! Applause for that divine man, Brage Golding, for having the insight and vision to recognize the boundless fashion potential right here in our own little hamlet! And let me tell you, they are simply wretching with envy in New York City at the thought of dear little Kent becoming the fashion hot spot of the Midwest. Designers around the world are nipping their nails in a frantic effort to capture that exquisite blend of nostalgia and new wave, that hint of ’6os radicalism coupled with affluent arrogance--the elegant sleaze and absurdity that is the “Kent Look.” Darlings, give up! When in Rome, do as the Romans; when not in Kent, don’t waste your time trying. Many come to Kent, dress in those ghastly designer-name clothes which are sold simply everywhere (You know, the ones designed to make your fanny look better than your face!), spend their time at the Robin Hood trying to engage, as we say, and flitting off with their little...
"Supergroup" Asia features orchestrated root-band music [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 22 June 1982
"Supergroup" Asia features orchestrated root-band music By MARIELLEN MINING Staff Writer Billed as the new “supergroup” of the ’Bos, Asia roared into Blossom Music Center Friday evening, to an enthusiastic reception from the sellout crowd of more than 18,000. Asia is Geoffrey Downes on keyboards, Steve Howe on guitar, Carl Palmer on drums, and John Wetton on bass and lead vocals. The result is fine music except for one flaw its sound is heavily influenced by the band members’ roots (Howe and Downes are former members of Yes, Palmer of Emerson, Lake and Palmer, and Wetton of King Crimson) and it will take more than one album for them to develop their own style. In the meantime, any fan of the three “root bands” and their orchestrated rock sound had to be happy with Asia’s performance. One highlight of the show was a Steve Howe solo of “Mood for a Day” and “The Clap”, from his days with Yes. This brought the crowd to its feet, as did Asia originals “Sole Survivors”, “Midnight Sun,” (w...
Rodgers; 'Design school a thing of joy' [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
Rodgers; 'Design school a thing of joy' By BETH CUNNINGHAM Associate Editor “All the Midwest will be tearing down the doors” to get into KSU’s newly-created School of Fashion Design, Jerry Silverman said Monday night before the fourth annual Jerry Silverman-Shannon Rodgers Fashion Show in the ballroom. Silverman is the founder of the New York fashion manufacturing company of Jerry Silverman, Inc. A $5 million gift from the fashion magnate and his associate, designer Rodgers, has made the new school and a fashion museum possible. Monday night, both Silverman and Rodgers appeared thoroughly excited over the endeavor, which will make the Kent State School the first professional and academic school of fashion design merchandising and retailing outside New York. “It’s become a thing of joy,” Rodgers said. “And to think it all started over a casual conversation.” THE VENTURE began in 1979 when Rodgers returned to his native Ohio and expressed interest in showing the new line of Jerry Silv...
Budget woes could force program cuts [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
Budget woes could force program cuts By MICHELLE MONTEFORTE Staff Writer While Kent State students are digging deeper into their pockets for the extra dollars to finance the latest tuition hike, they’d better hope the Ohio economy turns around. As a result of the budget balancing bill that was passed in the Ohio legislature last week, appropriations for KSU were reduced by 10 percent to $39.2 million. Vice president for student and academic affairs Michael Schwartz said that “with tax revenues what they are, and unemployment what it is, frankly it could be much worse,” and if the Ohio economy doesn’t turn around, it will probably get worse. The one percent trigger cut which would go into effect if the economy continues to decline is misleading, Schwartz said. “The state will do anything and everything to balance the budget, and there’s not much else to do until the economy turns around or the tax revenue goes up.” ALTHOUGH SCHWARTZ was leery of predicting what could happen in the fu...
Mother Teresa urges 'love of the poor' in visit [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
Mother Teresa urges 'love of the poor' in visit By ROBIN C. GRAY Staff Writer In a soft, but moving voice, Mother Teresa, who for 34 years has served the poor and dying people of the world, told a standing-room-only audience at the William E. Umstattd Performing arts Hall in Canton yesterday to “love the poor.” Mother Teresa, born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, was born in Yugoslavia, in 1910. She joined the Order of the Sisters of Loretto in 1927, and taught at the Loretto convent in Calcutta. After witnessing the poverty in Calcutta, Mother Teresa left the order to “serve the poor in the streets, so they could die in peace,” said Sister Marie Helene Chismar, the director of graduate studies at Walsh College. A YEARafter leaving the order in Calcutta, she founded the Missionaries of Charity, which now includes 80 foundations of 2,050 women and men in 32 countries and 150,000 lay co-workers on six continents. “Seventeen girls from the U.S., who wanted a life of poverty, prayer and sacrifice...
AGENDA June 24 – 29 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
AGENDA June 24 - 29 CAMPUS SPEECH AND HEARING tests will be given Friday, June 25 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Clinic in the Music and Speech Building. KENT WOMEN’S Organ ization is showing the film “Pink Triangles” Saturday, June 26 at 7 p.m. in the Kiva. There is no admission charge. THE KGLF is holding a meeting for newcomers Friday, June 25 at 7 p.m. in room 312 of the Student Center. PIANO PEDAGOGY FESTIVAL will take place tonight and Friday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday in Ludwig Recital Hall, Music and Speech Building. BLOSSOM VISITING ARTISTS PUBLIC LECTURES Artists will lecture on jewelry and metals. Ivy Ross lectures tonight at 8 p.m. Carol Kumata will lecture at 8 p.m. Monday. Both are in Lecture Hall 202, New Art Building, and are open to the public. GRADUATE RECITALS Sarah Adams on viola at 5 p.m. Dunday and Karen Urbam on the violin Monday at 8 p.m. Both are Ludwig Recital Hall, Music and Speech Building. COMMUNITY Mancini Magic! Henry Mancini will conduct...
Local barkeeps face changes under new beer drinking law [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
Local barkeeps face changes under new beer drinking law By JEFFREY LAMM Staff Writer Some bars in Kent are predicting slight declines in business but most say they will experience no decrease when the state beer drinking age is raised from 18 to 19 on August 19. The law, which also eliminates 3.2 beer, will not lower the drinking age for liquor and wine from its current standard of age 21. John Watkins, manager of The Loft, said the now law will not drastically affect the Franklin Avenue establishments. “The jaw’s a step in the right direction,” said Watkins, although he conceded that 18-year-olds would still be able to get beer “through channels.” THE MANAGER OF RAY‘S, Charlie Thomas, doesn’t like the division the new law continues. It “would make more sense if the age requirement for both beer and wine were 19, Thomas said. He noted that checking identification and stamping hands would have to be continued. The manager of the Genesis Night Club said he anticipates a slight decreas...
Scholarship fund established for late accounting graduate [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
Scholarship fund established for late accounting graduate By HERB DETRICK Staff Writer The Jean M. Wolford Memorial Scholarship fund has been established at Kent State to assist students majoring in accounting, University President Brage Golding said last week. The scholarship is named for the late Jean Wolford Shrader, a 1978 KSU graduate who was murdered in Columbus last October. The body of Mrs. Shrader, 25, was found in a public parking garage in downtown Columbus. Authorities ruled that strangulation was the cause of death. No arrests have been made in connection with the case so far. Norman Meonske, associate professor of accounting, remembers Shrader as an excellent student: “She was an active participant in a number of university programs, and she brought much to any group which she was involved. A life such as hers should not go unnoticed.” Meonske said that about $7,500 of the $B,OOO in the scholarship fund was contributed by employees of the Columbus and Cleveland offices...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
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Outlook 'good' for exchange program [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 June 1982
Outlook 'good' for exchange program By MICHELLE MONTEFORTE Staff Writer KSU President Brage Golding, who left Kent on Tuesday, and Dean of Faculties Robert Alfonso, will meet in San Francisco Saturday to begin their trip to China. Golding and Alfonso will be meeting with officials from Beijing Normal University in Peking about creating an exchange program between KSU and Beijing Normal. According to Alfonso, a draft of the agreement between the two universities and financial problems of the exchange will be discussed. HOWEVER, the Chinese are “quite interested” in the program and the prospects for the exchange are “quite good,” Alfonso said. In May, some administrators from Beijing Normal University attended commmencement to see two of their faculty members receive their doctorates here, the first Chinese to be awarded doctorates in the U.S. since 1949. The Chinese had then seemed quite positive about the exchange program, Alfonso said. The trip, which will be a study-seminar for th...