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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
Letters Letters to the editor concerning topics of campus interest are welcome. Letters should be brief, not exceeding 300 words, typed and double spaced. Name, year in school, major and phone number should be included. We reserve the right to edit material submitted for publication. Unsigned letters will not be considered for publication. However, names may be withheld if circumstances warrant. Letters should be sent to 100 Taylor.
FEATURES Summer school for cops Police study and train at KSU academy [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
FEATURES Summer school for cops Police study and train at KSU academy By ROSS SNEYD Staff Writer They came to Kent State from several surrounding counties to learn, among other things, how to shoot guns, conduct surveillance, write reports, testify in court, administer first aid and control traffic. Some of them stayed for two weeks, others are here for an eight-week stay. They are all law-enforcement officers who are participating in the Kent State Police Training Academy in VanCampen Hall. The academy, which is run by the Kent State Police Department, provides officers with training required by the state of Ohio, Robert Tilton, director of the academy said. The state requires that before a police officer can make an arrest, he must take 46 hours of training -- 26 in firearms and 20 in the laws of arrest and search and seizure, Tilton said. The 46 tyours will allow the officer to work for one year, Tilton said, but officers must take an additional 292 hours training within their fi...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
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Parking & Traffic manager [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
Parking &amp; Traffic manager By ROSS SNEYD Staff Writer Betty Gillespie-Johnson has been named manager of the Office of Parking and Traffic, Director of Police John Peach announced last week. Gillespie-Johnson, who has worked in the office since 1971, is currently the clerical supervisor. She will become office manager Aug. 16. Lt. aames Stanley, who has been in charge of the office, has had to divide his time between work in the Police Department and Parking and Traffic. He will now work in the police department full time as head of the patrol and communications divisions, Peach said. Peach said there were 62 applicants for the newly created job of manager of the Office of Parking and Traffic, but “none could match the credibility that Betty has. She knows the problems and how to deal with them,” he said. Her understanding that the philosophy of Parking and Traffic is that of a service agency, Peach said, had a “tremendous impact” on the decision to hire her. Having a mana...
Freshman class-retake rule [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
Freshman class-retake rule By BETTY BATHOLOMEW Staff Writer The freshmen rule for recalculation of gradepoint averages allows students, beginning with the class that entered in the fall 1981, to repeat a course in an effort to get a better grade. The freshmen forgiveness policy is for any student who received a ‘D’ or ‘F’ in a course freshman year and repeats the course within 12 months. Only the second grade is used in the calculation of his cumulative grade-point average. The freshman year is considered the first 32 hours of course work. REQUIREMENTS Consultant Linda Herrod of the College of Fine and Professional Arts said it is necessary for a student to bring proof of registration to the college and fill out a form indicating which class is to be retaken. This rule applies to all colleges in the University. After grades are issued, both the original and the second grade will appear on a student’s transcript with an explanation of why the course was retaken, but only the second g...
Washington program’s 10th year [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
Washington program’s 10th year LOUIS BERROTERAN Staff Writer Kent State’s Washington Program in National Issues is starting its 10th year. The Kent State University Alumni Club of the Washington, D.C., area founded the program. Lamont Pittman, Washington Alumni Club president and one of the directors of the Alumni Association, graduated from KSU in 1971. Pittman said the Washington program was initiated by Fran Richardson, class of 1939. “Fran and her husband are responsible for getting the program under way in 1973,” Pittman said. At first, the program had some rough times, Pittman said, but as the years have gone on “it has been running more smoothly.” The program, offered each spring by the Political Science Department, is designed to provide students from all academic majors an opportunity to study the political process and national policy issues first hand in Washington, D.C THE D.C.-area alumni make housing, banking-privilege and other necessary arrangements before the student...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
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PLAY BALL! [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
PLAY BALL! Photo story by Phoebe O’Neil Tamara Page, member of the Betzhold’s Bunch 8- and 9-year old girls soft ball team swings with determination as assistant coach Maryann Lamovsky cheers (top photos). Head coach Barb Carter discusses the pitching strategy with Nga Oziri during a game in July (above). First basewoman Jodi Cettomai narrowly misses a ground ball (center). For Jodi, this is an uncommon occurance. Playing softball is not easy. Amy Widger shows signs of fatigue after a hard inning’s work (right). A treat signals the end of a day at the bases for the members of Betzhold’s Bunch. Catcher Shaina Lamovsky enjoys a dip of double choclate following one of the games (far right).
Life saving techniques for students CPR classes to be offered in fall [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
Life saving techniques for students CPR classes to be offered in fall By DANIEL GOODWIN Staff Writer The School of Nursing will offer CPR courses this fall to all students as well as the public. The course will lead to certification and is free to anyone who does not want academic credit. Students who register and pay fees may earn one credit. A basic class as well as an instructor’s class will be offered. The basic class will meet one evening a week for five weeks. One meets from 4:25 to 6:25 p.m. Wednesdays from Sept. 15 to Oct. 13. Another meets from 6-8 p.m. Thursdays from Sept. 16 to Oct. 14. The third will meet from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Mondays. All classes will meet in room 104 in the nursing building. In addition to te CPR techniques, the course will also include information about the recognition and detection of heart disease, biological and body information, and an introduction to lifesaving techniques for choking victims. The instructor’s course offers teaching certification to...
Keeping active helps manage stress [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
Keeping active helps manage stress By ALAYNE HARTSTEIN Staff Writer Stress is a nonspecific response of the body to any demand made upon it, or having to adapt to change either physically, mentally or both. A stressor is anything that elicits the stress response. Stressors include psychological, sociological, philosophical and biological causes of stress. There are a combination of five stages of stress management, according to Dr. Richard Miller, assistant professor of health and safety education. These stages include coping with life situations, the perception of stress, emotional responses and physiological reactions, he said. ILLNESS and disease make up the final stage which comes into play when stress is not managed properly, Miller said. “It is unrealistic to believe that all life situations can be changed,” Miller said. However, Miller said coping skills can be used to better manage stress. Talking out problems, physically working off feelings of anxiety and taking one thing ...
Flash cagers replace USF with Pepperdine [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
Flash cagers replace USF with Pepperdine The Kent State basketball team has filled the void on its December West Coast trip with Pepperdine University, Coach Jim McDonald announced Friday. The Flashes will face Pepperdine on Dec. 21 as part of the three-game swing. KSU was scheduled to play the University of San Francisco on that date, however the Dons dropped their basketball program two weeks ago. KSU will begin the trip against St. Mary’s College on Dec. 18. On Dec. 23, the Flashes will play Fresno State. Pepperdine a member of the West Coast Athletic Conference, won the league title with a 14-0 record last season. Overall, Pepperdine was 22-7 and was eliminated from the NCAA tournament in the second round by Oregon State. “WE’RE HAPPY to get the third game out there because the trip would have been in jeopardy,” McDonald said. “The trip will be good experience for our team, and we will going against good competition.” McDonald said the Flashes were contacted by several WesL Coas...
Gridders open camp today [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
Gridders open camp today About 25 freshmen and first-year football players are expected to report to Kent State for the start of fall practice today. The first-year players report under the NCAA Newcomer Orientation Program that permits three days of non-contact drills. Veteran players, who will increase the camp to 85, report on Saturday for another three-day session of non-contact drills. PRACTICES, including the non-contact drills, will be held twice daily on the Dix Stadium practice fields. The sessions are scheduled for 9 a.m., and 3:30 p.m., and are open to the public.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 11 August 1982
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