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Library undergoes renovation work for administrative move [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
Library undergoes renovation work for administrative move Construction work is set to begin today on the library’s second floor, where approximately 12,000 square feet is being renovated to accommodate the administrative offices of the University president and vice-president. Library Director Hyman Kritzer said Monday the project is not expected to be completed until spring. Four or five contractors are involved in the work, which will include putting up interior walls, a new ventilating system, and plumbing and lighting work. Workers spent the summer clearing the northeast end of the library’s second floor of books, periodicals, and the self-instruction and computer assisted center. Work on the computer assisted center, which has been moved to the rear of the reference center on the first floor, should be completed by the end of this week, according to Kritzer. The self-instruction center has been included in the AudioVisual department on the library’s third floor. WHEN THE renovat...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
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Prentice cafeteria renovations are in first phase [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
Prentice cafeteria renovations are in first phase By ALAYNE HARTSTEIN Staff Writer The Prentice Hall cafeteria is undergoing a $160,000 remodeling as the first phase of renovation which food service officials hope will make service more efficient. The money needed for the pro- ject comes from dorm revenue funds. “It’s not very much money, considering all that has been done so far,” William Griffith, assistant director of food service, said Wednesday. to operate similarly to the one in Tri Towers. The same concept will be utilized, Griffith said. A salad bar, a la carte, specialty and fast food lines will be available, lV he said. ONLY THE first phase renovation is taking place at this time. This includes the remodeling of the kitchen and food serving areas. According to Griffith, the re- modeled serving area will provide “a pick and choose type of situation that is already popular at the Prentice cafeteria.” The preparation and serving areas will be broken up visually. “The students...
Graduate students to get degrees in Saturday ceremony [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
Graduate students to get degrees in Saturday ceremony By BETTY BARTHOLOMEW Staff Writer Graduate students receiving degrees this summer will be honored during a ceremony Saturday at 10 a.m. in the Ballroom of the Student Center. President Brage Golding will speak at the fifth Graduate Student Convocation and Michael Schwartz, president-elect, will preside over recognition of about 575 candidates for graduate degrees. Nearly 500 master’s degrees and about 75 doctoral degrees will be presented. Robert E. Powell, dean of the Graduate College; James P. Henry, dean of the Graduate School of Management and Richard Hawthorne, acting dean of the Graduate School of Education will present the degrees. Doctoral candidates will be presented degrees and hoods by the deans of the three graduate units and the students’ advisers. After degrees are presented, a reception for the graduates will follow in the cafeteria of the Student; Center. Because seating is limited, graduate students have been giv...
Connolly wins state test: international roadeo next [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
Connolly wins state test: international roadeo next Campus Bus Service produced a winner Sunday at the Ohio Bus Roadeo in Columbus. Joanne Connolly, winner of the Campus Bus Service Roadeo at Dix Stadium in June, won the state event Sunday in Franklin County Stadium and qualified to compete in the international roadeo Oct. 19 in Boston. Connolly, who was the first woman to win the Ohio Roadeo last year, placed 25th out of 56 drivers in the international roadeo last year. She competed with drivers from public transportation systems in Columbus, Cincinnati and Dayton in Sunday’s event. Rich Purgert, marketing director of the bus service, said the roadeo was a test of “precision driving.” Drivers had to maneuver an obstacle course while performing “everyday bus maneuvers” such as passenger stops and right and left turns, Purgert said. He said that drivers were judged on their safety habits and on the time it took them to get through the obstacle course.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
Sunday Special 3V 2 * EXPIRES Aug. 31, 1982 kinko’s 678-9047 OPEN 7 DAYS T' * !v s How to have a voice off campus. If you're living off the Kent State campus this year, it’s as convenient to order telephone service as it is to have it. Here’s where and when to order it. Where: The Student Union Room #315 When: August 17 to August 30 11:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. If you’d like to order telephone service before August 17, you can do so at the Chapel Hill Mall Bell Phone Center during its regular business hours. Ohio Bell
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
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High mark given to Schwebel room [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
High mark given to Schwebel room Did you ever want to give the University Food Service a grade for its product? Well, OHIO magazine’s August issue beat you to the punch. Fortunately for UFS, OHIO focused on the Schwebel Garden Room and not the rest of its cafeteria cuisine. And the Schwebel, located on the third floor of the Student Center, was rated very high. In fact Schwebel received a straight A’s rating from the magazine’s reviewer. The piece called Schwebel “an unlikely setting for classic dining, but ...” it is an “innovative move at KSU.” Since the Schwebel was redesigned over a year ago to be a competitive restaurant it has received other compliments. But the Kent Chamber of Commerce has complained about the competition it has provided to local merchants. I Whether or not a university service should be in direct competition with local merchants is something that should be worked out between the two. But the fact that one of the University’s food operations has received good...
VIEWPOINTS Non-bucklers habit reformed [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
VIEWPOINTS Non-bucklers habit reformed By BETH CUNNINGHAM Associate Editor A few weeks ago as a friend and I were buzzing down the expressway in L.A. (Lower Akron), a huge bill board jumped out at me. It was a highway patrolman saying, “I’ve never unbuckled a dead person.” I assumed that “Buckle up for safety” had not been effective. But this warning was enough for me. Right at that moment, I decided I wouldn’t be caught dead without my seat belt on. I think the world is made up of two distinct groups of people those who buckle up and those who don’t. Confirmed non-buck-lers consider the true buckler a bit overzealous. They buckle their kids, they buckle their dogs, they buckle their groceries and when you’re a passenger in their car, they even make you buckle-up against your practiced religion. IF YOU consider that a bit fanatical, consider this. A friend once told me of the time he took a girl to a drive-in movie, and believe it or not, he said, his date kept her seat belt on for ...
Researchers develop man who doesn't waste time [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
Researchers develop man who doesn't waste time By ARTHUR HOPPE In what is undoubtably the most amazing breakthrough in the annals of modern science, a team of researchers from Ipana University has come up with a cure for the age-old bane of human existence: Wasting time. “Ever since the first cave man sat on a rock and said to the second cave man, ‘Now what’ll we do?’, mankind has been wasting time,” explained the team’s leader, Dr. Homer T. Pettibone. “We estimate that over the millenia, more than 987 trillion man hours have been idly thrown away standing in line, tying flies and writing letters to rock stars.” Dr. Pettibone said the researchers were not concerned with time that was unproductive, but rather time that was unremembered. “WE HAVE found that a person, on reaching age 65, can look back over the high points of his life and recall an average of only 94 hours and 17 minutes of experience. The remaining 64 years, 11 months, three days, 21 hours and 53 minutes being totally ...
FEATURES Shelter available for battered women [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
FEATURES Shelter available for battered women By PATTI BAUCH Staff Writer Linda was married for 17 years. That union brought Linda two sons and years of severe verbal, emotional, physical and sexual abuse. Linda was not the only victim. When her oldest son tried to protect her from an imminent beating, her husband attacked the boy. Susan is an attractive young woman who was raised in a home devoid of tenderness and love. Her husband, Rick, is the only person who had ever shown her any love or affection. But Rick had an odd way of expressing that love. When angered, he would throw her to the floor and beat her. THE NAMES of these people are, of course, fictitious. The scenarios, however, are real. And it is this reality that has made hundreds of shelters for battered women necessary. WomanShelter, Inc., of Portage County is one of these shelters. The 1979 Ohio Domestic Violence Act has given battered women new hope. The act permits either spouse to press charges against or temporaril...
Urban is man behind scenes [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
Urban is man behind scenes By MICHELLE MONTEFORTE Staff Writer George Urban is the man with the facts at Kent State, and perhaps he knows more about the University than anyone else. Urban, secretary to the board of trustees and special assistant to President Brage Golding, announced his retirement early this summer, but he has stayed at his post, awaiting the installment of the new administration next week. Urban, who can always be found somewhere in the backg- round of major University events, tends to shy away from the limelight, especially when it’s directed at him. ALTHOUGH Urban describes himself as always “willing and desirous to help,” he is a very modest and private person when it comes to revealing information about himself. According to President-elect Michael Schwartz, Urban knows everything there is to know about the University, and is sort of a “local historian.” Schwartz said that “he’s a fine and discreet gentleman with ev- eryone; I’ve never seen him any other way.” ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 18 August 1982
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