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Present system overloaded University to expand computer purchases [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 4 August 1982
Present system overloaded University to expand computer purchases By MARIELLEN MINING Staff Writer In an effort to better serve students, the draft of a five-year computing plan was informally submitted to the Board of Trustees by Robert McCoy, vice president for communications and Information Services, and William F. McKinley, director of Information Services, at the July 21 meeting of the Board. The Board concurred with President Brage Golding’s suggestion that a letter of in- tent be sent to various computer vendors, announcing KSU’s intent to procure further needed computer equipment. Golding cited a need for the new equipment because of the tremendous overload in the present system, which handles both the administrative work and the computer science program. MCKINLEY said that because of the rapidly expanding computer science program, more students are requesting access to computer terminals. “With a 21 percent annual increase (in the program), the present system needs a shot i...
Financial aid for fall has been awarded [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 4 August 1982
Financial aid for fall has been awarded By BETTY BARTHOLOMEW Staff Writer All financial aid available through the Financial Aid Office for fall semester has been awarded, the director of student financial aid, William Johnson, said last week. All College Work-Study Grants and Supplemental Loans have been awarded and National Direct Student Loans were awarded by July 30, Johnson said. NDSL aid was increased by $200,000 this year, Supplemental Loans were cut 25 percent and Work-Study Grants were cut 13 percent by the government. The amount of money available through Pell Grants remained about the same, he said. JOHNSON SAID the volume of Guaranteed Student Loans is as high as last year but a $30,000 income ceiling is making them more difficult to obtain. A needs analysis test is necessary for anyone exceeding the income ceiling and desiring a loan. “It’s too late for students to get financial aid to pay bills next month,” Johnson said. “Our biggest complaint is the slow processing tim...
Wendy's, McDonald's expansion plans snagged [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 4 August 1982
Wendy's, McDonald's expansion plans snagged By LEANNE GENOVESE and TERRY HUSEL Staff Writers After months of delays caused by internal obstacles, both Wendy’s and McDonald’s in Kent expect to start their proposed expansions soon. Last February the Kent Planning Commission gave Wendy’s approval to add 13 feet to its dining area for more seating capacity, and also gave McDonald’s permission to construct a drive-thru window. At the time, both restaurants planned to begin construction when the weather improved, but as temperatures currently reach 90 degrees, neither franchise has shown signs of going ahead with their plans. Since February, each franchise has received its building permits and technical reviews from the city engineer and building inspector. However, the similarities that delayed the expansions end here. SANDY JONES, Wendy’s marketing manager, said the seating expansion “was much needed and long overdue” but construction was delayed in order to complete other projects firs...
R-permits clarified [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 4 August 1982
R-permits clarified There has been some confusion over a revision in the Parking and Traffic Code concerning faculty-staff parking, Betty Gillespie-Johnson, clerical supervisor of the Office of Parking and Traffic, said. The revision says that anyone with a paid permit may “park in any R-designated lot except those areas designated ‘at all times.’” Parking is limited to a maximum of two hours. Gillespie-Johnson said that it had been incorrectly reported earlier that anyone with a facultystaff permit could park in any faculty-staff lot. Faculty-staff permit holders can park in any faculty-staff lot that is not designated “at all times,” she said.
AGENDA – Aug. 4-10 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 4 August 1982
AGENDA - Aug. 4-10 CAMPUS The following Blossom Festival School of Music events will be held in Ludwig Recital Hall; OPERA SCENE RECITAL tonight at 8 p.m. in Ludwig Recital Hall, Music and Speech Building. VOCAL CHAMBER MUSIC featuring selections by Ravel, Thursday at 8 p.m. INSTRUMENTAL CHAMBER MUSIC selections by Mozart, Bartok, Schuller, Dvorak and Schoenberg, Friday at 2 p.m. CHAMBER MUSIC RECITAL featuring selections by Hindemeth, Boccherinin, Beethoven and Smetana, Saturday at 3 p.m. VOCAL CHAMBER MUSIC conducted by Vance George, featuring selections by Brahms and Schubert, Sunday at 2 p.m. in Ludwig Recital Hall, Music and Speech Building. For more information, call 672-2613. KIDZ CRAFTS concludes its summer craft workshops Thursday with stained glass &amp; tissue paper hanging, fee; 75 c . For information and registration call 672-2554. BIBLE STUDY United Christian Ministries will meet today at 4 p.m. in Room 235 Student Center. Guests are welcome. KGLF Kent Gay/Lesb...
KSU Bank One will cash checks without charge [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 4 August 1982
KSU Bank One will cash checks without charge Although construction of the site of the Bank One KSU branch in the Student Center was going smoothly last week, bank policy problems still need to be “hammered out.” A dispute has arisen over the bank’s policy of charging $1 to cash checks for anyone not having a Bank One account. Bank One was planning to continue this policy at the campus bank, until Carroll “Bud” Leach, KSU’s director of purchasing and distribution, notified the bank that this was in violation of their contract with the University. According to Leach, who holds the original bidding contract, “cashing checks for KSU students and personnel, regardless of the bank the check is issued upon, was a part of the original bidding contract, and at that time, no service charge was discussed.” “The bank will not be charging a service charge,” Leach said last week, after speaking with Bank One President R. Hal Nichols. “The whole thing was a misunderstanding,” according to Leach. B...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 4 August 1982
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Nuclear protesters plan vigil at Ohio plant [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 4 August 1982
Nuclear protesters plan vigil at Ohio plant From Staff Reports The Ohio Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign and the American Friends Service Committee have organized a four-day vigil August 6-9 at the Goodyear Atomic Corporation in Piketon, Ohio. Several religious and peace groups will meet at the site of the Goodyear uranium processing plant to fast and pray on Friday morning in remembrance of the victims of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The vigil will close Monday morning and at that time some participants may stay on as an act of civil disobedience. The Piketon plant enriches uranium for commercial nuclear power plants and for the military, separ- ating Uranium 235 from non-fis-sionable Uranium 238. According to the American Friends Service Committee, it is the only plant in the Western Hemisphere capable of refining uranium to the 97 percent purity which is required for use in breeding plutonium and tritium, which are used to trigger nuclear weapons. MOST OF THE plutonium and tritium curr...
Prof displays old-style prints [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 4 August 1982
Prof displays old-style prints Platinum Print photographs by KSU professor Daniel Rohn will be on display at the Akron Art Museum through August 29, 1982. With the assistance of a KSU research grant, Rohn began his series of landscapes during the summer of 1981. He photographed areas of Stow, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Falls and other neighboring areas. Rohn photographed his landscape series with an antique wooden 8 x 10 inch camera and an old convertible lens. The platinum print differs from prints of today, because the image is imbedded in the paper, giving it a longer tonal scale and a greater il- lusion of depth and clarity. Rohn has taught in the School of Art here for 18 years. He conducts classes in lithography, drawing and color theory. Rohn has received awards for his work from the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Akron Museum of Art, and Mercyhurst College in Pennsylvania.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 4 August 1982
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 4 August 1982
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Ohio utilities should have elected board [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 4 August 1982
Ohio utilities should have elected board The people of Ohio, it looks like, are finally going to get a chance to determine who sits on the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio. State Rep. Benny Bonanno, D-8, of Cleveland, spearheaded a petition drive to put a constitutional amendment providing for the election of the five-member board on the Nov. 2 ballot. For all too long, Ohioans have had to bear the brunt of the public utilities’ constant increases in rates. The fact that the fivemember board is appointed by the governor has given the public utilities an almost free hand when asking for rate increases. The people who are affected the most have not had the chance to be heard. If 285,000 of the 400,000 signatures that Bonanno and others collected are valid, the issue will be placed on the ballot. And Ohio’s voters should take vengeance on the greedy public utilities with the power of their votes. If the voters of this state let this chance to be directly involved in what they will b...
Viewpoints KSU image problem reflects employers' lack of information [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 4 August 1982
Viewpoints KSU image problem reflects employers' lack of information Editor, Stater: Since a lot has been said recently about the image of Kent State, I’d like to explain what I meant by the statement I made in the July 21 edition of the Stater which was then editorialized upon in the July 28 edition. Employers and organizations make decisions to visit campuses based upon the ‘images’ they have of that institution, ‘images’ in this case meaning information. Depending upon the actual number of individuals sought and the type of degrees and majors needed to fill the projected vacancies and the general quality of previous hires from that same institution, organizations will then make a decision to visit a campus. However, if an organization has vacancies but no previous hires to consider, they have an ‘image (information) problem’ in the sense that their personal frame of reference contains nothing about Kent State. Organizations may go to their colleagues in the field to determine wha...
Khomeini goals forbid peace [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 4 August 1982
Khomeini goals forbid peace Editor, Staten Khomeini’s aggression on Iraqi territory is yet another result of his expansionist policies, and his total disregard for peace in the region. This time Khomeini has openly, rejected the Security Council’s resolution for a peaceful settlement. Similar to the one carried out 23 months ago by Iraq, this aggression will undoubtedly deteriorate the present situation in the Persian Gulf. Khomeini’s foreign policy, which advocates exporting of the so-called revolution, in fact laid the groundwork for the outbreak of war. Now he has openly put forward the ouster of Saddam’s gov- ernment as one of the conditions for ending the war. In a speech delivered from Jamaran on May 17, Khomeini declared that “if the other governments of the region do not behave according to Islam (meaning Khomeini’s wish), they must keep in mind that they are not stronger than Saddam.” Clearly, as long as Khomeini exists, the Middle East will not see peace, stability and fri...