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ENTERTAINMENT Cast excels; 'Runner' stumbles [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
ENTERTAINMENT Cast excels; 'Runner' stumbles By LINDA JOSEPH Staff Writer “The Runner Stumbles,” which opened last night in the WrightCurtis Theater, and runs July 22, 23, 27, 28 and 29, is a tragedy in the tradition of the Greek and Elizabethan dramas. However, in the hands of Sophocles or Shakespeare, what is edifying or enlightening, becomes a confused message of despair in playwright Milan Stitt’s controversial ordeal. Not that the production doesn’t have its moments of power and strength or a polished, talented cast, because it does. However, a better title could be “Nine Characters in Search of a Good Plot.” DIRECTOR Laßue Hall, a graduate assistant with vast and varied theater experiences, has coordinated the actors, lighting, and subtle, clever set changes to create the feeling of the Rectory and Courtroom of a small Michigan town in 1911, where the action takes place. The plot is based on the true story of a Michigan nun found murdered in the early 1900 s, and the murder tr...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 July 1982
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State cuts reflected in University budget [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 28 July 1982
State cuts reflected in University budget By MARIELLEN MINING Staff Writer The Kent State University Board of Trustees last approved an overall operating budget of $112.6 million for the 1982-83 fiscal year that began July 1. The spending level for all eight campuses of the University reflects a $5.2 million reduction in state funds originally appropriated for KSU by the Ohio General Assembly. Richard E. Dunn, University treasurer and vice president for business affairs noted that the trustees had approved a continuation budget last month, pending final action by the General Assembly, on a state budget for 1982-83. “IN ADDITION to raising taxes, the bill mandated a 10 percent reduction in our 1982-83 appropriation. This resulted in a cut of approximately $4.4 million in State funds for the Kent campus, and a reduction of some $BOO,OOO for the seven regional campuses.” Dunn said since the original appropriation for 1982-83 was “substantially higher” than the previous year, the new st...
FAA to aid paving projects at KSU Airport [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 28 July 1982
FAA to aid paving projects at KSU Airport By ROSS SNEYD Staff Writer The first portion of a 20-year improvement project at the KSU Airport will begin about July 29, Eugene G. Ripple, airport director, said last week. The $139,000 in improvements include the paving of a taxiway parallel to the airport’s north-south runway and the removal of trees to the east of the runway, Ripple said. The improvements will replace the paved runway’s gravel taxiway. The airport also has a sod runway and taxiway. RIPPLE SAID Kent State will pay for 10 percent of the cost of the project with the Federal Aviation Administration paying the remaining $125,000. “After waiting all these years, I’m naturally glad,” Ripple said. “The University just can’t afford that kind of money. It’s the start of a whole new era (for the airport),” he predicted. Airport officials have applied for a grant from the federal government for additional improvements for next year, Ripple said. The FAA is currently reviewing them....
Professor hired to dean post at branch campus [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 28 July 1982
Professor hired to dean post at branch campus Helen Lepke, associate professor of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literature and faculty assistant to President Golding, has been named Assistant Dean for KSU’s Trumbull campus, effective Aug. 16 Dennis Smith, Dean of the Trumbull campus, announced last week. Lepke has been with Kent State since 1961. As Assistant to the president for the past year, she has participated in immediate and longrange planning, interpreted University policy and evaluated University services. In addition to teaching German courses, she has served as acting chairman of Germanic and Slavic Languages since last summer. In 1975 and 1978, Lepke was a finalist for the Distinguished Teacher Award at the University. Lepke also is the National Treasurer of the American Association of Teachers of German and is on the Board of Directors of the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. LEPKE’S duties as assistant dean will include faculty staffing, co...
Golding back from China; exchange program set [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 28 July 1982
Golding back from China; exchange program set By MARIELLEN MINING Staff Writer KSU President Brage Golding, who returned to Kent last week, completed an “agreement of intent” with Beijing Normal University in Peking, providing for a foreign exchange program “as the need arises.” The program will be mainly a faculty exchange, especially of KSU faculty travelling to China, but Golding said that the door will be open to any student who wishes to participate in the program. The Chinese are in great need of teachers, especially in the field of English, following 15 years of “anti-intellectualism” during the Cultural Revolution. Now they have realized that their schools fall short of Western schools, and they are “trying to catch up,” Golding said. THE FOCUS of the three-week stay was a study of Chinese education, but for the Goldings and the other 30 members of the KSU community who went, the trip in- . eluded an extensive tour of the country. Golding said that the Chinese have a very si...
AGENDA – July 28 – Aug. 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 28 July 1982
AGENDA – July 28 - Aug. 4 CAMPUS ADULT CRAFT WORKSHOP in fabric applique today from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Craft Art Studio, Room 224 Student Center. Fee for materials is $3. ART EXHIBIT - “Color: A New Perspective”, photographs by Christy Counterman and paintings by Kathleen Shea will be on display through August 4 at Student Center Art Gallery. Hours: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. KIDZ BOWLING Thurs day at Eastway Recreation Center from 10 a.m. to noon, 60 cents per game. Free shoes. KIDZ CRAFT workshop in mosaics and button making - Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Craft Art Studio, Room 224 Student Center. Fee: 75 cents. “THE RUNNER STUMBLES” will play tonight and Thursday at 8 p.m. in ■ Wright-Curtis Theatre, Music and Speech Building. For ticket information call 929-4416 HISTORY OF ZIONISM - International Socialist Organization will hold lecture today at noon and 7:30 p.m. in Room 311 Student Center. Open to the public. KGLF Kent Gay/Lesbian Foundation is holding...
Commission defines Kent recycling center [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 28 July 1982
Commission defines Kent recycling center A new zoning definition for recycling centers, which clearly differentiates between junkyards and recycling centers, was passed by the Kent Planning Commission and the land use/zoning committee at a joint meeting July 20. The new definition states that a recycling center is a “building in which recyclable materials are processed for sale” and that such materials must be collected in “closed containers.” Concern about the Kent Recycling Center possibly operating similarly to a junkyard caused the phrase “is not a junkyard as defined by the Kent Zoning Code” to be added to the definition. Planning Commission member Ron Manus said the new definition “wil exclude unequivocally some of the kinds of operations we prefer not to see in the city.” The new definition includes sections of the state zoning code definition as well as stipulations added by members of the Planning Commission and land use committee. Donald Martell, assistant city law directo...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 28 July 1982
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Requests for social service aid is up [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 28 July 1982
Requests for social service aid is up The three staff members of Kent Social Services, Inc. plus an agent of the Portage County food stamp program handled 696 requests for aid last month, according to the director of the agdncy. Marie Miller, director of Kent Social Service since 1969, said the amount of people seeking aid “has increased a great deal since October 1” and she anticipates further increases in the future. Miller noted that more middle class as well as poor families are now requesting aid. One of the services the agency provides, the Lord’s Pantry food distribution operation, had 622 requests for emergency food supplies during the first six months of 1982. Miller said that in May alone, 89 people came to the Lord’s Pantry. The Lord’s Pantry is supported by Kent Social Service, the Kent Hunger Task Force, local churches and the community. “Support from the community and Kent State has always been good,” Miller said. Kent Social Service, located at 612 South Water St., se...
Former KSU students open new and 'authentic' gift shop [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 28 July 1982
Former KSU students open new and 'authentic' gift shop Two former students have found that there really are jobs in Kent after graduation. Daniel Cole, a recent KSU graduate, and Robert Toth, who was executive Secretary of the Student Government in 1979-80, have recently begun work on their second business together. The Authentic Shoebox will celebrate its grand opening on Aug. 1, and will offer an interesting selection of plants and gifts. Cole and Toth already have had success with Your Connection to Travel, a travel agency located on North Water Street, and both men say they are excited that this new venture will fare as well as the first. The Authentic Shoebox will be located at 123 No. Water St.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 28 July 1982
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Old image shouldn't impede recruitment [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 28 July 1982
Old image shouldn't impede recruitment It is unfortunate that the May 4th image of Kent State continues to impede the job recruiting process of qualified graduates of KSU. If there ever was cause to ban KSU students from the job market, surely the doubts should have been erased in the last 12 years. But, sadly, the stigma still seems to surround the University. Sarah Shumate, director of Career Planning and Placement, said that in much of the country “Kent State still has an image problem” which makes it difficult to bring employers from outside Ohio on campus to interview students. With Ohio currently in an economic valley, it has become increasingly difficult for graduates to find positions in the area. Many students are eyeing career opportunities outside the state, but the difficulty of setting up interviews far away and the expense of traveling put a burden on the student. The University needs these outside companies to overcome what really is their problem, and consequently be...