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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
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A chance for art students to flower Blossom Art Program underway [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
A chance for art students to flower Blossom Art Program underway By PHYLLIS LUKENS Number 13 might have been an unlucky year for the Blossom-Kent Art Program, but with the Cleveland Orchestra strike settled, the program is underway and unaffected except for a week’s setback in the exhibition schedule at the Music Center’s Eells Gallery. For 66 undergraduate and graduate art students chosen to participate in the special program, this is a chance to meet and work with 15 visiting and resident artists for five weeks of intensive study. The students, who are selected by a portfolio review committee, are also given the opportunity to attend performances at the Porthouse Theater and hear the Cleveland Orchestra at Blossom for free. Art exhibitions and lectures at Blossom and Kent complete the total immersion in the fine arts program. BLOSSOM-KENT art students work in one of four areas with instruction from eleven visiting artists and four resident faculty artists. ' Ceramics instructors i...
Coliseum welcomes Cooper [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
Coliseum welcomes Cooper Alice Cooper will be rock-n--rolling at 7:30 tomorrow night in the Richfield Coliseum. His concert, Flush The Fashion Tour, which is also named after his latest album, is being sponsored by Belkin Productions and WMMS. Cooper will be singing songs from his latest album along with his other classics “School’s Out,” “Billion Dollar Babies,” “Killer,” and “From The Inside.” ALSO APPEARING at the concert will be Triumph and Billy Squier. Tickets are $8.50 in advance and $9.50 the day of the show with all seats being reserved. Tickets can be purchased at the Coliseum Box Office and at all Ticketron locations.
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
Classifieds Help Student rental 5 bedroom house, parking, play area, furnished, utilities paid $5OO month vacant. 673-7456. Wanted Waitress Waikiki Restaurant 21 or over Part or full time. Apply within 2616 State Rt. 59. HELP! I’m a handicapped student in need of someone to drive me .from my home in Barb, to KSU (and back to Barb, after classes) on M's, W’s, F’s, during fall semester. Susan 753-4447. Two rooms, ladies pref. 673-2473 after ( p.m. Gracious Victorian house on W. Main SI needs quiet and studious women to fill it: rooms for fall. Mrs. Myers. 673-0787. Female roommate needed for 2 bedroom fur nished air-cond. apt. utilities paid 1 bloc from campus. $132/month for fall &amp; spring K7«.9Rf17 PART-TIME attendant neede female. One day per week ( 678-9743. Qellir, 20 Watt receiver Garrard cartridge eight inch speakei best offer anytime. 673-164( Female roommate needei nished apt. for August or KSU. Call 678-0854. FALL: Responsible noi quiet condo with disabled Free ro...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
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Porthouse's 'Little Mary Sunshine' is a 'bit of everything' [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
Porthouse's 'Little Mary Sunshine' is a 'bit of everything' Porthouse Theater will present the musical, “Little Mary Sunshine” July 25 to 28 and Aug. 1 and 2 at 8 p.m. with a 2 p.m. matinee Sunday, Aug. 3. The musical, directed by Jim Bob Stephenson, a KSU theater professor, features deliberately corny songs and naive situations to poke fun at all the cliques of-the innocent musicals enjoyed in the late 1800 s. The show consists of 24 songs, including thundering choruses, schmaltzy waltzes and lilting duets,” according to Rita McPeak, Porthouse promotion director. “THE PLOT is a little bit of everything,” she said. “Author and lyricist Rick Besoyan has provided Colorado Rangers, stalwart captain, a lovely Mary, a chorus of school girls and a villainous Indian. He pokes fun at the over-earnest heroes and heroines and dastardly villains of a bygone era.” As a loving lampoon of oldtime operetas, “Little Mary Sunshine” has become something of an American institution, she added. THE REMA...
The Unicorn, the Gorgon and the Manticore' Fable a 'delightful, whimsical' production [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
The Unicorn, the Gorgon and the Manticore' Fable a 'delightful, whimsical' production By JOHN SPENCER Beasts from the Middle Ages came to life last Sunday, at Stump Theater when the Blossom Festival School and Akron University dancers presented “The Unicorn, the Gorgon, and the Manticore” by Gian Carlo Menotti. Mime and dance were marvelously combined with a cappella madrigals and a smallinstrumental ensemble. The dance was admirably choreographed by Marc Ozanich and Vance George conducted the vocal and instrumental ensembles to their best effect. The charming story, sung as a fable by the four-part vocal ensemble, tells of a man in a castle, portrayed with appropriate feeling in dance by Ozanich. THE MAN SHOCKED the townspeople by promenading with a unicorn, danced with a horsey gait by Daniel Bricker. But of course, as people are, shock turns to envy, and all the townspeople want a unicorn. After the man in the castle “kills” the unicorn, he presents a wild scaly and winged gorgon...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Summer Kent Stater Vol. I, No. 7 Thursday, July 31, 1980 Kent, Ohio 44242 LISPS 292-760 Rummer Kent Stater 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 Sattler, 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. The Summer Kent Stater will be published each Thursday during the summer of 1980. Offices are located at 100 Taylor Hall, Kent State University, Kent, OH. Printing is provided by RonTac Publications/ The Bulletin, Twinsburg, OH. Letters to the editor of the Summer Kent Stater are welcome and should b...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Stater photo by Henri Adjodha Three year old Mimi McNally casts a forlorn gaze at Dix Stadium waiting for her favorite team to come on the field Sunday. Mimi, her mother, Eileen, and father, Michael, came down to watch the Cleveland Browns training session, but left before the team came out on the field. Practice had to be postponed until 4:30 p.m. because of rain. The Browns practice from 8 to 10:15 a.m. and 3 to 5 p.m. daily and will continue until Aug. 22.
Basic Grants cut $50 to balance budget [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Basic Grants cut $50 to balance budget By NOLAN WEIDNER Students who receive Basic Educational Opportunity Grants will get $5O cut from their grants this year, according to a July 24 statement, released from the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C. William E. Johnson, director of student financial aid here, said Tuesday that the recent cut is the second change in the BEOG program, as this cut takes the place of an earlier grant reduction. _ The $l4O million reduction in funding for the program is “just another way the government is trying to balance the budget for the 1980-81 fiscal year,” which began July 1, Johnson said. BEOG AWARDS are made to students, who must apply for financial aid, according to their need. An application, filled out by students and parents, is sent to the American College Testing Program in lowa, and if approved, it is returned to the student’s college, where the grant is calculated, he said. “In late June, the Department of Education sent us a s...
Local draft registration moving along quietly [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Local draft registration moving along quietly By TIM ROBERTS Some enter the Post Office‘laughing and joking with their friends, bragging how they’re “signing up to kill some Iranians.” They move quickly, filling out the form hurriedly so they can leave and enjoy what’s left of the summer. Others walk in alone, hiding their nervousness behind solemn facial expressions. While not grim, it is evident they are not pleased about registering for the draft. For the past 10 days, area men born in 1960 and 1961 have come to the Kent Post Office to fill out registration forms. The forms will be processed and filed by the Selective Service system in case Congress enacts a draft. MOST OF THE men interviewed didn’t object to registering, but were leery of the consequences. “It’s 0.K., as long as they don’t try to push through the draft. If they do that, I’ll fight it anyway I can,” said John Stennet, 19, of Munroe Falls. This opinion was echoed by John Stephens, a 19-year-old from Kent. “I don’t...
Reagan must win over borderline voters in Ohio [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Reagan must win over borderline voters in Ohio By NANCY BOWMAN Now that Ronald Reagan has the Republican nomination secured, the road to the November presidential election is going to be a “tough, tough fight,” David Johnson, Executive Director for the Reagan for President Committee in Ohio, said here Monday. Johnson, a state representative from the 70th District, spoke to members of The Robert A. Taft Institute of Government Program about the coordination of the Reagan campaign in the state, the recent Republican convention and what he expects to see in the upcoming battle for the presidency. “I’m not an expert who speaks for Reagan,” Johnson said about his role in the campaign. “I was there to oil the wheels.” HE SAID THE initial campaign organization in the state was difficult due to the support going to George Bush, Howard Baker and others who, at the time, were in the race. “My whole goal was to get support for my horse in the race,” Johnson said. The campaign, which was headqu...
Agenda of Arts and Events [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Agenda of Arts and Events -31 THURSDAY Kent Student Center, Kids Crafts: “Texture Rubbing,” 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., 224 Student Center, $.75. Children’s Films: “Snoopy Come Home,” 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., 310 Student Center, $.75. Canal Fulton Dinner Playhouse: “Hello Dolly!” through Sunday. For information call 535-4455. Amnesty International, regular meeting, 7 p.m., 320 Student Center. Carl F.W. Ludwig Recital Hall, Kent State Music and Speech Building, Chamber Music Recital by Blossom Festival School, 8 p.m., free. Weathervane Community Playhouse, Akron:* “Starting Here Starting Now,” through Sunday, for information call 836-2626. Blossom Music Center, Chuck Mangione, 8 p.m., pavilion seats, $9, lawn seats, $7. Kenley Players, E.J. Thomas Hall, Akron: “The Sound of Music” starring Carol Lawrence, through Sunday. 8:30 p.m. tonight through Saturday; 7:30 p.m., Sunday; matinees Saturday and Sun- day, 2:45 p.m. Tickets range from $5 to $B. Front Row, Lena Horne and Vic Damone, through Sunday...