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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
STUDENT DESIGNATED BUILDINGS FOR STUDENTS ONLY AT SILVER MEADOWS APTS. Newer 1,2, 3 bedroom student apts. $255 includes heat and all utilities except electric. Fully equipped modem kitchens. Fully carpeted. Only 10 minutes from campus. K.S.U. busline right on our doorstep. Rent now for fail semester and save money. Use Security Deposit [ Savings Coupon. i 678-0761
'Captain Fantastic' shines in comeback [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
'Captain Fantastic' shines in comeback By MARIA DIMENGO There are still a few of us who believe that the older you get, the better. Well, more like quite a few of us and at least 17,500 others. Tuesday night, a capacity crowd jammed Blossom Music Center to hear Elton John, and it wasn’t hard for him and his band to convince everyone. Especially since Elton John has been around for over a decade. BACKED BY original band members Davey Johnstone on guitar, Dee Murray on bass, and Nigel Olsson on drums, Elton John and company razzled, dazzled, and electrified their sell-out crowd. Donned in a Navy admiral’s uniform, knee-high black boots and a red sash, Elton John walked on stage ready to deliver to a crowd that was more than willing to receive him. Billows of smoke surrounded the stage as he unveiled his ivory piano and struck up the “Funeral for a Friend” and “Love Lies Bleeding.” AFTER THAT introduction, the rest of the 2-hour and, 20-minute show was sheer madness. Fans jumped on sta...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
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ENTERTAINMENT Santana flashes style, versatility [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
ENTERTAINMENT Santana flashes style, versatility By DAVID SLUTZKY Staff Writer San Francisco’s premier Latin rock/jazz group Santana proved to 10,000 people at Blossom Music Center Monday night that perfection is something reserved only for the privileged few. For the opening number of the two-and-one-half-hour concert, the band played “All I Ever Wanted” from the “Marathon” album and from then on in, it was obvious that Carlos Santana and the band were wellrehearsed professionals. Featuring Alex Ligertwood on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Richard Baker on keyboards and synthesizers; David Margen on bass; Graham Lear on drums and the multi-per-cussion section of Orestes Vilato, Raul Rekow and Armando Peraza, the group performed six songs from its upcoming album, “Shango” as well as drawing from its thirteen previous releases. Mr. Santana does not need to be flashy to impress people. Nor does he need to engage himself in extended raps with the audience to establish rapport. His guit...
Conceptual structures, paintings shown Students' works exhibited in art gallery [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
Conceptual structures, paintings shown Students' works exhibited in art gallery By MEGAN HARDING Entertainment Editor Carol Grape, Jack McWhorter and Kennie Davis, three KSU art students, are showing their work in the main gallery of the art building this week. Grape is showing a group of sculptural pieces titled “People as Books” which constitutes her master’s thesis project, and McWhorter is also showing his master’s thesis, a conceptual piece called “Desert Configurations.” Davis, an undergraduate student, is showing a collection of paintings and drawings which make up his senior review project. McWhorter’s piece was inspired by a ten-month visit to the southern desert of Israel. His intention is to give meaning and a sense of place to the triangular area of barren land that is so saturated with the history of military con- quest and the demise of cultures. “DESERT Configurations” has historical and anthropological/ meaning as well as being McWhorter’s own metaphor of change and ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 15 July 1982
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New program offered in 'KENT for KIDS' [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
New program offered in 'KENT for KIDS' By LYNN VOSS Staff Writer A new, academic-enrichment program for youngsters will be offered here this fall, Stanley Christensen, associate dean of special programs, said in an interview Wednesday. The program will be called “KENT State for Kids,” Christensen said, with KENT an acronym for knowledge, enrichment, new ideas and talents. “Courses in the arts, in foreign languages and cultures and in the sciences will be taught in eightweek sessions,” he said. There will be sections for children in grades 4-6 and 7-9. THIS PROGRAM will not replace any existing ones, Christensen said. The University will continue to have courses for high school students and for gifted youngsters, and KSU will take on the popular summer craft program previously offered by the University School. KENT State for Kids is designed to make academic enrichment available to average youngsters and to the preteen group often missed by other programs, Christensen said. These cla...
Former student faces charges on DWI, vehicular homicide in crash on I-271 in Bedford [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
Former student faces charges on DWI, vehicular homicide in crash on I-271 in Bedford By MARIELLEN MINING Staff Writer A former KSU student has been charged with vehicular homicide in the July 11 deaths of KSU student Carol L. Shoults, and May graduate Maureen Lenahan, according to Bedford police. Diana Ramsey, 23, of Kent is expected to be served with warrants on two counts of vehicular homicide, and one of driving while intoxicated, and a traffic ticket for failure to maintain assured clear distance, in the collision with an abandoned van on 1-271. The impact ignited the gas tanks of both vehicles, killing Ms. Lenahan and Ms. Shoults. According to Lt. Richard Frederick of the Bedford Police Department, Ramsey is hospitalized in her hometown of Cincinnati, where she is recovering from hand and facial burns suffered during the accident. He also said that “the department is waiting for her to be released before they officially serve her with the charges.” She is expected to be release...
On-campus job recruiting down due to recession [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
On-campus job recruiting down due to recession By LYNN VOSS Staff Writer On-campus recruiting was “definitely down” this past year, but there are job opportunities out there, said Director of Career Planning and Placement Sarah Shumate in an interview Thursday. The recession has hurt, Shumate said. “Many of the big companies that each usually hire from 16 to 25 people just did not come. Ohio Bell, Diamond Shamrock, Eaton Corporation-the heavy industries and steel companies-were not interviewing,” she said. Shumate, who has been traveling nationwide to “recruit recruiters,” said it is not easy to get some of the large companies from other areas of the country to come to Kent State to recruit employees. “UNFORTUNATELY, in much of the country Kent State still has an image problem (because of May 4, 1970),” Shumate said. “We are trying to get more employers to come and see that we do have nice, qualified students here. Although on-campus recruiting was down, Shumate said this past year ...
AGENDA – July 21-26 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
AGENDA - July 21-26 CAMPUS The following events are sponsored by Blossom Festival School of Music: INSTRUMENTAL CHAMBER RECITAL Features selections by Brahms, Mendelssohn and Schumann tonight at 8 p.m. in Ludwig Recital Hall, Music &amp; Speech Building. Free to the public. VOCAL CHAMBER MUSIC featuring selections by Shubert and others Thursday at 8 p.m. in Ludwig Recital Hall. Free to the public. INSTRUMENTAL RECITAL selections by Beethoven win be featured Friday at Bells Art Gallery, adjacent to Blossom Music Center. Performance starts at 7:30 p.m. INSTRUMENTAL CHAMBER RECITAL featuring selections by Mozart, Beethoven and Piston will be held Saturday at 3 p.m. in Ludwig Recital Hall. FLUTE MASTER CLASS featuring Julius Baker, principal flutist of the New York Philharmonic Monday at 2 p.m. in Ludwig Recital Hall. Admission: $5. INSTRUMENTAL CHAMBER RECITAL will feature selections by Debussy, Francaix and Dohnanyi Monday at 8 p.m. in Ludwig Recital Hall. For information on B...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
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