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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Personal PENNY, YOU’RE GORGEOUS, DYNAMIC, CHARISMATIC,. . . ALL MY LOVE, DREW — Information YMCA CHILD CARE CENTER (Kent) is now taking applications for children ages between 2 yrs. - 5 yrs. For more info call 6788683. KENT COMMUNITY CHURCH 438 Dodge St. Kent Sunday School 11 AM Morning wr ship 12 PM come as you are. Ph. 836-82) or 672-4069. THE PLACE IS RAY’S You can buy a cheeseburger at RAY’S t you can’t buy a beer at McDonald’s.. RAY’S Selling Ti Business Analyst II Financial Calculator w/statistics (slimline model w/manual) $20.00 673-9404. 1973 Maverick PS, air, interior immac. body good. Very reliable. $650 or best call Marc 673-1422. FALI quiet Free weel Singl cam) Furn chen Nonprofe hous Pxnnnn A 1 Dlls KftWu ovoollant onnH nov/or Laroi ROBIN HOOD INN Coming July 25th FLATBUSH Friday, July 18 SLYDER Saturday, July 19 BITS &amp; PIECES \ VT\ . * v ' YFT'. KSCI STUDENT 678-0761 922 Lawrence Dr. Kent, Ohio 2 bedroom apartments available Rent starts at $ 230/mo. heat, w...
Artists from around world featured Classic, comic opera invades Porthouse [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
Artists from around world featured Classic, comic opera invades Porthouse By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertianment Editor The Blossom Festival School and the University Theater will present Mozart’s classic “Cosi fan tutte” at 8 p.m. tonight and Saturday, and Donizetti’s comic opera “Don Pasquale” at 8 p.m. tomorrow and at 2 p.m. Sunday, at the Porthouse Theater. “Cosi fan tutte” will be directed by John Haber and Courtney Kenny, head of the music staff for Wexford Festival Opera in Wexford, Ireland. Starring in the production is Connie Stanevau who has appeared as a soloist at the Berlin Philharmonia Choir Festival, will appear in the role of Fiordiligi. THE PART of Dorabella will be sung by Donna Stephenson, a graduate of the North Carolina School of Arts. Randolph Messing who has sang in New York and with the Cincinnati Opera will play the role of Guglielmo. Donizetti’s “Don Pasquale” will be directed by Will Graham, who was production supervisor of the Western Opera Theater in San Franc...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
PORTHOUSE THEATRE presents In a joint presentation with the Blossom Festival School Opera COSI FAN TIJTTE X Mozart's classic opera (in English) July 17, July 18, 20 Donizetti's delightful M Ticket Prices 52.50 3.50 4.50 Group Rates Available comic opera (in English) DON PASQIIALE Students with Valid I.D. FREE - Bus leaves Music &amp; Speech Mon. eve. Tickets &amp; Reservations 929-4416 Performances at 8 p.m. Matinee (M) at 2 p.m. Porthouse Theatre is adjacent to Blossom Music Center ATTENTION FACULTY MEMBERS! Let Kinko's help organize &amp; distribute material (required readings, notes, etc.) Among your students &amp; colleagues with our unique Professors’ Publishing Plan. Leave required material with Kinko’s &amp; we’ll copy &amp; sell them directly to your students. KINKO’S 678-9047 Free Pickup &amp; Delivery “I Buy medium 12” Pizza any items of your choice j only s 4. oo Expires 8/24/80 Phone orders specify coupon price J n ...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 17 July 1980
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
Vol. I, No. 6 Thursday, July 24, 1980 Summer Kent Stater Kent, Ohio 44242 USPS 292-760 Rummer Kent Qtater NANCY BOWMAN Editor NOLAN WEIDNER SHARON GOODWIN Assistant Editor Advertising Manager . Stater Staff Photo Editor: John Neitzel; Sports Editor: Jim Horvath; Feature Editor: Debi Trares; Entertainment Editor: Chuck Poliafico; Assistant Photo Editor: Henri Adjodha. Staff Photographers: Jack Saltier, Gary Harwood. Staff Writers: Liza Bartz, Bill Bryan, Tamara Davis, Barb Evanosky, Rick Laney, Doug Mazanec, Brodrick Pounds, Tim Roberts, John Spencer, John Funtik, Dave Sobinovosky, Janet Gaynor, Scott Cocanower, Phyllis Lukens. Adviser: Evan Smith. Secretaries: Sharon Marquis, Mary Smith. J" e S Tr r R f nt ta,er W 'N be Pubbursda * during the summer Offices are located at 100 Taylor Hall, Kent State University, Kent, OH. Print5* ' S „ P r. oVlde l b - V RonTac Publications/ The Bulletin, Twinsburg, OH. Letters to the editor of the Summer Kent Stater are welcome and should be address...
Professor exchange program formalized [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
Professor exchange program formalized By NOLAN WEIDNER A recent trip to Europe by President Brage Golding has produced agreements with two universities there on a regular faculty exchange program, Golding said Tuesday. The schools, the University of Aston, in Birmingham, England; and the University of Louvain (or Leuven), in Belgium, have exchanged faculty with the University informally in the past, Golding said. He said he went to the universities to “wrap these agreements up in a more formal way,” after they had been kind of slow to respond in the past. “UP UNTIL NOW, (the exchanges) have been kind of catch as catch can,” Golding said. “We wanted a formal agreement.” Each exchange will be individually arranged between KSU and each university. Golding said. The exchanges will not be exclusive to these two universities either, he said. At the University of Aston, Golding met with administration officials and deans, and he said he hopes to consummate the agreement in writing within t...
Draft of new duties reviewed by Senate [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
Draft of new duties reviewed by Senate By TIM ROBERTS The Faculty Senate reviewed a first draft outlining the responsibilities of the newlyestablished Faculty Ethics Committee at its meeting Monday. According to the draft, the ethics committee will “hear or review any charge of unethical professional conduct submitted to it in writing only after the consultative procedures established at the departmental and collegial levels have been exhausted.” As the draft reads now, if a faculty member feels another instructor is acting unprofessionally, he must first file a complaint to that instructor’s department and college before going to the ethics committee. THE ETHICS COMMITTEE will then undertake a preliminary investigation to decide if the complaint merits a review. Unless two-thirds of the committees’ members vote against it, a full investigation will be made by the committee. The committee may call witnesses to testify and request evidence from all parties involved to help it reach a...
Happy with Browns White ready to play [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
Happy with Browns White ready to play By NOLAN WEIDNER Quarterback Brian Sipe calls a few signals, takes the snap from center, turns and hands the football to a five-foot-ten-inch, 183 pound, rookie running back fresh out of the University of Southern California. The rookie takes the ball, cuts between two blockers, and starts running diagonally down the field. Suddenly, his path is blocked by three defensive players who close in on him to make the tackle. All at once, he stops, cuts back the other way, turns on a sprinter’s speed and runs 30 yards to the end zone. It would have been a touchdown in a real game. IT IS NOT A touchdown, though. It is only practice; and aside from a few shouts of approval from the 50 or 60 spectators, there are no cheers. For Charles White, 22, the number one draft choice of the Cleveland Browns, cheers have yet to come in his first year as a professional in the National Football League. “They treat me like a rookie just like everyone else,” he said of ...
Agenda of Arts and Events [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
Agenda of Arts and Events 24 THURSDAY Kent Student Center: Kids Crafts: “Tie Dyeing,” bring your own t-shirt, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., 224 Student Center, $.75. Children’s Films “Charlotte’s Web,” 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., Kiva, $.75. Canal Fulton Dinner Playhouse, “Hello Dolly,” through Aug. 3, for more information call 535-4455. Weathervane Community Playhouse, Akron, “Starting Here, Starting Now,” through Aug. 3, call 826-2626 for more information. Carl F.W. Ludwig Recital Hall, Music and Speech Building, Chamber Music Recital featuring the works of Mozart, Haydn and Brahms, 8 p.m., free. Blossom-Kent Art Program: Kurt Weiser, visiting artist in ceramics; public lecture, 202 Kent State Art Building, 8 p.m., free. Carousel Dinner Theatre, Ravenna, “My Fair Lady,’’ through Aug. 17, call 833-3133 for information. Kenley Players, E.J. Thomas Hall, Akron, “South Pacific” with Ed Ames and Laurie Lea Schaefer, 8:30 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday; 7:30 p.m., Sunday; madness Saturday and Sunday, 2:45...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
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Allerton power failure blamed on lightning [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
Allerton power failure blamed on lightning A 74-hour power failure at Allerton Family Apartments last week was possibly caused by lightning striking a lightning arrestor, Malcolm Avery, physical plant administrator, said Tuesday. • Avery said lightning probably struck the arrestor three days before an electrical cable eventually broke at 1 a.m. July 14. By early that afternoon, Avery said repair crews had restored power to the North half of the complex, but then complications set in. “WE THOUGHT it was repaired,” he- said. “But when we connected the South end, the power went out again, this time taking the transformer with it.” Two transformer units had to be temporarily installed to replace the damaged unit, causing the delay in restoring power, Avery said. Power was restored to all 12 buildings in the complex at about 7 p.m. July 16. Residence Services, which runs the apartments, announced last week that because of the power failure, Allerton residents will receive a $3O rebate on...
Seminar will focus on Indian wisdom [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
Seminar will focus on Indian wisdom Ancient wisdom, Indian healing and prophecy and their application, to modern man will be the topics for a seminar Saturday from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. in room 204 of the Student Center. The seminar will be conducted by Mrs. Twyla Hurd Nitsch, a Seneca Native American Indian. Nitsch’s grandfather was Moses Shongo, the last of the Seneca medicine men who were the philosophers and teachers of the powerful Iroquois Confederacy. Nitsch’s traditional name is Yeh-wen-node which means “voice that rides on the wind, an echo.” Like the echo she has been named for. Nitsch passes on only what she has been told, only what has been said before. In the seminar Nitsch bring selfrealization and “at-one-ment” with the universe to participants. Nitsch is the president of the Seneca Historical Society and the author of several publications including a spiritual newsletter, “Clan Destiny,” “Wisdom of the Seneca,” “Entering the Silence” and “Seneca Stone Reading.” The semin...
Continuing education offers many ways to learn [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
Continuing education offers many ways to learn By JANET GAYNOR The Division of Continuing Education here offers a variety of ways for individuals or groups to further their education on a credit or non-credit basis. One of the programs offered through Continuing Education is non-credit courses. “The non-credit courses aid in personal and professional growth,” Karen Rylander, director of noncredit courses, said. THE PROGRAM allows area people to take courses such as typing, business or physical education on a non-credit basis. These classes are offered in the evenings and on weekends for the convenience of people with daytime commitments, Rylander said. The senior guest program allows people 60-years-old and x over or 50-years-old and over, if retired, to enroll in regular credit classes for no credit and free of charge. This also depends on the available space, Rylander said. IF A COURSE is canceled or closed out, the registrant can either choose another course or receive a full ref...
Communications director here resigns effective July 31 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
Communications director here resigns effective July 31 James Ansley, director of communications here since May 1979, has resigned effective July 31. Dr. Robert McCoy, vice presi dent and assistant to the president, who last month was placed in charge of all university communications by the Board of Trustees said that Ansley’s position will not be filled. He said Tuesday that rumors that Ansley is leaving the Univer- sity because of conflicts between the two men are Untrue. “WE MAY HAVE what Ansley calls a philosophical differ ence of opinion on how communications should be handled,” McCoy said, “but we have had no conflicts, no battles. “I realize, though, that it has to be hard to work for someone about a year and then have a new boss,” McCoy added. Before the Board’s action, communications were handled through the office of Charles Ingler, vice president for university affairs. Ansley could not be reached for comment. AS THE NEW head of communications, McCoy said he will make a fe...