Elephind.com contains 11,096 items from Summer Kent Stater, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
'Beat' offers more listenable sounds' than last album [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 July 1982
'Beat' offers more listenable sounds ' than last album By TOM WILLS Staff Writer King Crimson “Beat" Written by King Crimson Produced by Rhett Davies Warner/E.G. Records Ltd., 1982 “Beat,” the second offering from the reformed British band King Crimson, offers a collection of more listenable but less complex music than last year’s “Discipline” album. Fans of the early 70s King Crimson may be in for more shock with this one, but newer audiences and fans of “minimalist” rock bands, such as Talking Heads, will agree that “Beat” offers exciting and interesting new music. Founding member Robert Fripp, known for his avant-garde guitar work, busies himself with synthesizers, or “Frippertronics,” this time out, leaving lyricist and vocalist Adrian Belew to squeeze out his own brand of bizarre guitar sounds. Belew’s guitar work is astounding on “Beat.” His unique style has evolved gradually through his prior work with Frank Zappa, David Bowie and the Talking Heads. Fripp is careful not to le...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 July 1982
Rent NICE 2 BDRM. apt. air cond., pool, on I line $245 plus elec. Available IMME ATELY. Call 678-5621 or 644-3426. Quiet, male, single rooms, near camp 673-3893. SINGLE ROOMS AVAILABLE FOR SUMIV ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS. CALL 6 1025. Furn. single &amp; Laundry, Selling Mirrored Dresser-$45, ches $35, kitchen tabie-$l5, c 678-4474. PRIZES if you can stump the 'n Roll Gerry Grossman at GARDENS, no cover July 6-1 Personal April Lindbeck, my reply to your letter was returned, name unknown. Please write again. Gary P.O. Box 1161, Cuy. Falls, OH 44200. Information Horse Drawn Carriages for H Tours, Moonlight Rides. C; TRADE, 467-9000. If there life after college? Me ment. “NUKES make me window, jacket, bumper s T-Shirt (s, m, I, xl) $6.00. P( Box 415, Hinckley, OH, 442 MUST SELL 72 Station Wag no rust, best offer. Call 678 + The American Red Cross. The Good Neighbor. Iw*SS? ■ ■■■■■■■■■■■CLlP COUPONIBBB BBBBBBHM ! 2 quarter-pound! I single Hamburgers CHEESE AND TOMATO EXTRA iiiiiSi ■ ...
ENTERTAINMENT 'South Pacific' captures tropic isle enchantment [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 July 1982
ENTERTAINMENT 'South Pacific' captures tropic isle enchantment By LINDA JOSEPH Staff Writer It was “some enchanted evening” last weekend when the Blossom Festival School Theater company opened in a delightfully outstanding performance of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, “South Pacific.” The open-air Porthouse Theater, on the grounds of the Blossom Music Center, was the perfect setting for the Pulitzer Prize-winning play which combines comedy with drama, beautiful lyrics with memorable music, * and a lovely tropical set with the surrounding beauty of the Blossom grounds. WITH LIVELY musical numbers, dance routines and comic antics, the multi-talented cast, under the direction of Louis O. Erdmann, KSU professor of speech and theater, cast a threehour spell equal to the magic of really being on a South Sea island, while capturing the eye, ear, and heart. If you think you don’t like musicals, or can only get off on rock music, you should think twice, because anyone watching Philip W...
TIDBITS [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 July 1982
TIDBITS By MEGAN HARDING Entertainment Editor POST INDUSTRIAL NOISE: This Columbus band features former Kentite and Jerry’s Dinerite Robert (Crazy Bob) Crise, Jr., famous for his fabulous “future fossils” garbage collection. Crise will play at JB’s down Wednesday night along with other PIN members Dana Final Phase, on drums, and Gerald F. Nelson on guitar. Post Industrial Noise calls itself an audio artsemble, not a band. They usually play in a gallery setting, and their act is akin to performance art. PIN members say that they make a sound which you can call noise or music (if it’s not one it’s the other). But, PIN is not just another bar band, and Wednesday’s show will be an artistic event (and a concert). TOWN AND GOWN; Students and community types will perform together in the sixth annual KSU Commun-A-Versity Summer Band Concert Thursday at 7 p.m. on the outdoor stage behind the music and speech complex. The event is free, and all are invited to hear the band, conducted by John ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 13 July 1982
mmQ Automotive Services WE EMPLOY MECHANICS CERTIFIED BY NIASE ... LET US SHOW YOU THEIR CREDENTIALS. We Have moved to a new location on 424 Admore Blvd. to serve you Better! * ft Rt. 59 FOREIGN &amp; DOMESTIC SPECIALIST MASTER TECHNICIANS TRAINED IN ALL AREAS OF AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 678-7001 (CALL FOR APPOINTMENT) 424 Admore Blvd., Kent Try Us You’ll Like Us We Know We Love You PIZZA PARLOR 230 S. Willow St Sun.-Thurs. 2 p.m. -1 a.m. Frl. - Sat. 2 p.m. - 3 a.m. Our Specialty Is Deep Dish Sicilian ■T“One Free Qt. of Pepsi with any order over $5 one coupon per order expires 9-30-82 $1 Off Bucket of ‘ Chicken one coupon per order expires 9-30-82 $1 Off Super or Family Size Pizza with one or more items one coupon per _ order expires 9-30-82
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
photo by Leanne Genovese The Student Center Lobby has been a scene of activity this past week as workers started the construction of a full service branch of Bank One. The bank is located across from the entrance to the Book Store and is expected to be completed in mid-August. Bank One gave the highest bid of $75,000 which will be paid to the Student Center over a five-year period.
New trustee eager to aid KSU growth [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
New trustee eager to aid KSU growth By MICHELLE MONTEFORTE Staff Writer Thaddeus A. Garrett, who was appointed Tuesday by Gov. James Rhodes to the Kent State Board of Trustees, said he finds that Kent State has a “great reputation across the country,” and he is “looking forward to making a contribution to the continued growth of the University and University community.” Garrett, 34, currently serves as Domestic Policy Advisor to Vice President George Bush in Washington, D.C., and is also a consultant to the International Trade Commission. He will replace Trustee Robert Blakemore, whose term expired in May. Although Garrett spends his weekends in the nations’s capital, he returns to Akron every weekend to preach at Wesley Temple AME Zion Church where he is the associate pastor. GARRETT, an Akron native, has kept close ties with the area through subscriptions to the Akron Beacon Journal and the Cleveland Plain Dealer. He represented Kent, along with Akron, Brimfield, and most of Summi...
Summer enrollment down 4 percent from 1981 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
Summer enrollment down 4 percent from 1981 By LYNN VOSS Staff Writer The number of student enrolled for Summer I and II is down 4.1 percent from last year, with the largest decline at the graduate level, Summer Sessions Director Stanley Christensen said in an interview Wednesday. Total student credit hours is down 6.7 percent, Christensen said, adding that this translates into a significant decrease in income for the University. The undergraduate figures are “essentially the same as last year,” both in terms of head counts and credit hours, he said. However, there has been a 10.3 percent decline in the number of graduate students enrolled. “THERE IS definitely an economy factor at work here,” Christensen said. He suggested that the decline in graduate students enrolled might be an indication that they are working at summer jobs instead of attending summer school. “Of course, we may be losing some transient graduate students to other summer schools where the tuition is lower,” he adm...
Candidate interviewed for city manager's position [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
Candidate interviewed for city manager's position By ROSS SNEYD Staff Writer Kent City Council’s Personnel Committee was to have met in executive session last night to interview a candidate for the position of city manager, Mayor Nancy Hansford said yesterday. The candidate would replace Roy P. Stype, who resigned March 22 to take a similiar position in St. Clair Shores, Mich. Michael Ciccarone has served as acting city manager since then. Although both Hansford and council’s Personnel Committee Chairman Patricia Reed, an atlarge Democratic councilwoman, refused to release the candidate’s name, Reed said the candidate holds a master’s of business administration degree and has had experience with city and village management. He currently lives in Wisconsin. “WE HAVE a strong interest in him,” Reed said. “We hope tc reach an agreement (with him).” “We would be delighted to have him,” the mayor said. “If we can work something out,” he will mos' likely be hired for the $30,000 $38,000 j...
Ward 4 Councilman John D. Thomas resigns [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
Ward 4 Councilman John D. Thomas resigns Kent city councilman John D. Thomas, D-4, announced his resignation yesterday because he is moving out of his ward. The resignation will become effective Aug. 1. Thomas, 27, is the chairman of council’s Utilities Committee and was the Democratic Party’s 1981 candidate for mayor. He said he is resigning because he and his wife, Nancy, are purchasing a house which lies in Ward 5, just beyond Ward 4 boundaries. MAYOR NANCY Hansford said, “John has been a committed and conscientious councilman. The knowledge he has gained over these several years ... will be missed.” “At this time, I have no plans to run (for elected office),” Thomas said. A successor will have to be appointed by Sept. 1, 30 days after Thomas’ effective date of resignation.
AGENDA-July 15-20 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
AGENDA-July 15-20 CAMPUS SUMMER BAND CONCERT the Commun-A-Ver-sity Band will perform at 7 p.m, tonight on outdoor stage behind Music and Speech Building. In case of rain, concert will be held in Ludwig Recital Hall inside M &amp; S Bldg. CHILDREN’S FILM SERIES -t. “Winnie the Pooh” will be shown today at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. in the Kiva. Admission is 75 cents. BUTTON SALE have any picture or design made into a button at the Second Floor Lobby, Student Center through Friday from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. BLOSSOM FESTIVAL THEATER “The Runner Stumbles”, directed by Larue Hall, opens July 20 in WrightCurtis Theatre, Music and Speech Building, with performances on July. 21, 22, 27, 28, and 29. Curtain time is 8 p.m. For ticket information call 929-4416. KGLF Kent Gay/Lesbian Foundation is holding a newcomers group meeting Friday at 7 p.m. in Room 312, Student Center. Visitors are welcome. COMMUNITY BLOSSOM EVENTS Christopher Cross will perform tonight at 8 p.m. at Blossom Music Center. ...
'Weekend Getaway' set for August [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
'Weekend Getaway' set for August The KSU Conference Bureau and the Alumni and Development Services will hold a “Weekend Getaway” Aug. 6-8, an opportunity for KSU alumni and friends to get together. The weekend package includes I two breakfast buffets, a barbeque and an ox roast, two nights of musical entertainment, housing for the weekend, and access to KSU recreational facilities, at $45 per person. Main events on Saturday and Sunday are part of the weekend package. Participants will have a choice on Saturday of either going to Geauga Lake or to Sea World, and on Sunday of either going on a tour to Hale Farm and Village or see the musical “Guys and Dolls” at the Blossom Porthouse Theater. THE CONFERENCE Bureau requires that tickets be purchased in advance. Checks should made payable to Kent State University. Further information is available by contacting the Conference Bureau at 672-3161.
Newsbriefs [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
Newsbriefs Senior wins memorial scholarship The Greater Cleveland chapter of the Public Relations Society of America recently selected KSU senior Linda Sample as the first recipient of the chapter’s John W. Hill Memorial Scholarship. Sample, a public relations/journalism major, said she was extremely pleased to be awarded the $5OO scholarship, which was established to honor the co-founder of Hill and Knowlton, one of the world’s largest public relations firms. The scholarship competition was open to college juniors with a minimum grade point average of 3.0. Each applicant’s public relations experience was also an important factor in the selection process, and Sample has been most active in this area since coming to Kent. SHE IS the immediate past president of the Kent chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America and will be the chapters’s national liason during the 1982-83 academic year. Sample also is the editor of the New Student Orientation Office’s Connection newsl...