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Criminal justice, corrections departments merge programs [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Criminal justice, corrections departments merge programs By PATTI BAUCH Staff Writer Officials from the department of criminal justice studies are anxious to begin a wholesale upgrading of their department now that the Educational Policies Council (EPC) has approved a proposal to merge the criminal justice studies and corrections programs, department chairperson Albert Bhak, said. The Faculty Senate and Michael Schwartz, Vice President for academic and student affairs, must agree to the proposal before it becomes effective. However, Bhak said he is confident the measure will pass since an advisory committee to the dean of the College of Arts and-Sciences, the Graduate Council and the EPC unanimously supported the merger. Bhak said talk of moving the corrections program, now under the direction of the sociology and anthropology department, to the criminal justice studies department began as early as 1970. But it was not until two years ago that the College of Arts and Sciences, looke...
Marathoners jog through Kent in 'Run for Peace' [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Marathoners jog through Kent in 'Run for Peace' Three Montana marathoners will run through Kent Friday on a leg of their “Run for Peace,” a cross-country run from New York to Seatlle in support of a citizen’s detente between the United States and the Warsaw Pact countries. The runners are hoping to receive pledges across the country to meet a goal of $lOO,OOO to fund delegations of church and peace group representatives going to Warsaw Pact countries to promote peace. “Run for Peace” organizers are hoping the detente will restore communications between the United States and the Soviet Union as well as build trust between the citizens. The runners will be at the downtown Kent Gazebo tomorrow at 4 p.m.
Recycling Center stages benefit [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Recycling Center stages benefit The Kent Recycling Center will be sponsoring a musical benefit in an effort to raise money for continuing the operation of the center. The benefit will be held at Fred Fuller Park July 18 from 1-6 p.m. The entrance fee for adults will be $4. Children under 12 will be admitted free. The music will be predominantly folk and bluegrass, featuring such bands as: I’m a Tattoo, Rhythm Gorillas, and Windwords. Guy Pemetti, Toni Mitri, and Red Michael will also be on hand to perform. Submarine sandwiches, cupcakes, popcorn, and lemonade will be sold at the benefit.
Correction [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Correction It was incorrectly reported in Tuesday’s Stater that applications for student employment for fall can be picked up in the Student Employment Office in the Student Center. Applications for fall employment are available only in the Financial Aid Office in Rockwell Hall. The Stater regrets the error.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
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Lower tuition rates lure students away [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Lower tuition rates lure students away Can Kent State afford to be the highest-priced summer school in northeastern Ohio? University officials raised summer tuition $7 per credit hour to, perhaps, help alleviate the fall increase. But the hike may be causing a hardship on those students who only attend school in the summer, such as area teachers picking up additional classes. Although University registrar Richard Backer has said that summer enrollment at Kent State has remained stable, the summer population at the University of Akron, with rates of $l9 a credit hour lower, is up 400 from 1981. KSU’s figure stayed at 6,400 this year. Akron’s first-session summer enrollment is 11,000. Area residents in close range of both Akron and Kent, may have found it more tempting to take classes at the school which is $57 lower for three credit hours than at Kent. Furthermore, Cleveland State and Youngstown State Universities also have appreciably lower tuition rates than Kent, another enticemen...
VIEWPOINTS Summer movies allow us an escape [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
VIEWPOINTS Summer movies allow us an escape ‘E.T.’, ‘Star Trek IT, ‘Poltergeist’ - there may never be a summer quite like this one again. Thousands of people are still waiting in long lines and spending millions to see the season’s outstanding motion picture offerings. Already film critics are beginning to praise it, merely calling it “The Summer of ’B2” as if it will be remembered or recalled again. If going out into space to battle madmen (Star Trek II) isn’t your style, there’s plenty more places to go with many new adventures to unfold, such as defending mankind from duplicate robots (Blade Runner) or visiting a fantasyland filled with gladiator combat and dead spirits (Conan). For those of us who prefer the present age, we can merely sit back and pretend what it would be like to be a child again, only this time befriending an extra-terrestrial being (E.T.) or experiencing terror as some force gains control over us through our television (Poltergeist). Just why do people spend $...
Rating the summer's hottest war hits [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
Rating the summer's hottest war hits By ARTHUR HOPPE For the benefit of inquiring readers, here are encapsulated reviews of the wars now playing in the international theater; ★ ★ AFGHANISTAN - Based on the earlier war, “Vietnam,” this Russian production descends into a turgid, meandering scenario that serves primarily as a vehicle for rambling, ineffectual monologues by various world leaders. ★★ ★ ★FALKLANDS - This delightful Victorian period piece will appeal more to aging war buffs than to computer-oriented younger generation, although guest appearances by such attractions as the French Exocet provide a modern touch. The highly original script captivates viewers with a marvelously comic beginning and then plunges them into frightening scenes of cinema verite. ★ ★ IRAN —IRAQ - This overly long Persian epic desperately demands extensive and ruthless editing. It is saved from being a total disaster solely by the superb work of the Ayatollah Khomeini, one of the best villanous charact...
FEATURES Whitewater rafting quite a trip West Virginia river challenging and fun [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
FEATURES Whitewater rafting quite a trip West Virginia river challenging and fun By KIM ORIOLE Feature Editor Crashing down through Whitewater, being dragged under and spit out by the fast-moving river, bursting to the surface to gasp for air, only to suck in a mouthful of freshwater foam...you vs. the river. Some of you may be thinking that I’m recalling a recent nightmare. Wrong. I’m writing about Whitewater rafting-a highly enjoyable way to spend the day on the New River in West Virginia. Of course not everyone that goes rafting ends up swimming down through the rapids called the Warm-ups. Rafters are really supposed to stay in the raft during the whitewater portions of the trip. “There’s a safe little rapid coming up that you guys can swim through if you want,” said our river raft guide Chuck, and we all sloshed out of the raft. Before we jumped, however, Chuck neglected to tell us to stay near the raft through the rapids. By the time he screamed at us to get in, three rafters, ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
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SPORTS Cavs make guard first choice [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 1 July 1982
SPORTS Cavs make guard first choice The Cleveland Cavaliers selected guard John Bagley as their firstround choice Tuesday in the National Basketball Association college draft. Bagley, a 5-foot-11,185-pounder from Boston College averaged 21.1 points a game last season. Bagley, a junior, was one of nine underclassmen who passed up their final year of college eligibility and were drafted in the first round. _ Seven of the first 11 picks in the first round were forwards, and as a result the Cavs settled for Bagley, a quick quard with good ball-handl-ing ability. CLEVELAND ranked 21st of 23 teams in rebounding in the NBA last season, but top forwards James Worthy, Terry Cummings, Dominique Wilkins, Bill Garnett, LaSalle Thompson, Clark Kellogg and Cliff Levingston were already selected before the Cavs’ 12th pick. Cleveland selected forward David Magley, a 6-7, 213-pounder from Kansas, in the second round. The Cavs chose Marquette guard Mike Wilson (6-1, 175) in the third round and forwar...