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Filmed at Ohio's Junction City Prison Farm 'Brubaker' tries to reform prison system [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
Filmed at Ohio's Junction City Prison Farm ' Brubaker' tries to reform prison system By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertainment Editor “Brubaker” starring Robert Redford, David Keith, Jane Alexander. Directed by Stuart Rosenburg, produced by Ron Silverman. At Akron Square Cine 6 and the Village Twin. “Brubaker” is a film about right against wrong an uncompromising prison warden against a guiltridden prison board. It is a film about a man battling impossible odds in a system that he cannot change. Robert Redford portrays Henry Brubaker, an unorthodox prison reform warden who is uncompromising in his ways of replacing brutality and corruption with humanity and integrity in a state prison farm. BEDFORD’S acting is superb as he portrays a Wakefield State Penitentiary reform warden who poses as a prisoner to experience first-hand the miserable conditions. What he sees is unnecessary brutality to the inmates, worms and other insects in the food, rapings, and inmates paying off trustees and guards f...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 31 July 1980
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Legislation could outlaw 'cheating' 'Ready-made' paper attacked [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Legislation could outlaw 'cheating' 'Ready-made' paper attacked By NANCY BOWMAN “Have you got deadlines closing in? If you are running short of time and your assignments are piling up, do yourself a favor; try Research Unlimited, Inc. . . Such advertisements which have appeared on bulletin boards here and are seen regularly in several national magazines could becopie illegal in the state of Ohio if a bill recently introduced in the State Legislature becomes law. The bill’s sponsor, state representative John A. Begala, D-Kent, said the bill would “make for-profit cheating in educational institutions a crime” in the state. “THIS PROBLEM HAS been growing in the last several years, in Ohio and elsewhere,” Begala, a KSU graduate, said. “The preparation for a fee of term papers, on which students are graded, undercuts the meaning of education. When it is done on a large scale, with advertising campaigns and the like, it is downright scandalous.” The bill, modeled after similar laws inCali...
Caucus gains 'incentive' at seminar [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Caucus gains 'incentive' at seminar By ELAINE RIVERA The longstanding myth that conferences and seminars are a bore was exploded when three student caucus members spent five days in Washington D.C. in a marathon of activities. Caucus members Steve Deßolt, Steve Leeds, and Chris Menne arrived in Washington July 25 by train to join 700 other students from all over the country for the annual meeting of the American Student Association, a national organization that deals with issues concerning higher education in the United States. According to Menne, caucus executive secretary, there were a variety of workshops in which to participate. “We tried to attend as many as possible,” she said. “And we went to the ones that interested us.” “DeBOLT ATTENDED those that dealt with student legal rights and lobbying, Leeds attended military registration and public institution workshops and I went to workshops that dealt with collective bargaining, free press and relations with school administrators...
Laid back [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Laid back Browns’ linemen Lyle Alzado (77) and Doug Dieken (73) were amused by a fan with an “I hate Pittsburgh” T-shirt during a scrimmage against the Buffalo Bills Sunday at Dix Stadium. The two regulars took it easy while the rookies and free agents took their first big test in front of the coaches. Cleveland opens their four-game exhibition season Saturday against the Kansas City Chiefs. Alzado and Dieken will definitely see some action in the exhibition games, along with the rest of the starters from last year’s 9-7 team. Slater photo by Gary Harwood
Orientation ready for freshmen [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Orientation ready for freshmen By NOLAN WEIDNER An expected increase in fall semester enrollment here may fill the dormitories to capacity, but it will not cause any problems for the freshman orientation program, according to Ted Hallenbeck, assistant dean for student life. “At 182 sections, we could handle from 3,400 to 3,500 new students,” he said. Hallenbeck, one of the coordinators for the program, said Student Life has the capacity to go up to 200 sections, but added, “we are pretty comfortable about not having to (open) any more.” FRESHMAN ORIENTATION is a one hour class required of all freshmen and some transfer students. The classes are taught by one faculty member and one student (peer instructor). The process by which freshmen are assigned to orientation class sections was altered some, Hallenbeck said. In past years, students were allowed to sign up for any section in their college (or major, if available), he said. This year, students will not be able to sign up for the ...
Agenda of Arts and Events [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Agenda of Arts and Events 7 THURSDAY Children’s Films: “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh”, 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., Kiva, $.75. Kids Crafts: “Bread Dough”, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., 224 Student Center, $.75. Kent State Porthouse Theater; “Albert Herring”, opera in English, 8 p.m. tonight through Saturday with 2 p.m. matinee Sunday. Kenley Players, E.J. Thomas Hall, Akron: “Side by Side by Sondheim” with Leslie Uggams and Rhonda Fleming, through Sunday, 8:30 p.m., tickets are $6 and $B. Carousel Dinner Theater: “My Fair Lady”, through Aug. 17. For show times and ticket information call 535-4455. Weathervane Playhouse, Akron; “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”, 8:30 p.m., next three weekends. For more information call 836-2626. Blossom-Kent Art Program: Deborah Remington, visiting artist in painting and drawing, public lecture, 202 Art Building, 8 p.m., free. Carl F.W. Ludwig Recital Hall, Music and Speech Building, Chamber Music Recital, 8 p.m., free. WKSU-FM 89.7: Reel Live Music: featurin...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
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Freshman welcome to keep them busy [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Freshman welcome to keep them busy By RICK LANEY Each September brings with it a special breed of students, the freshmen. To help incoming freshmen get off on the right foot, the Student Life Office has designated Aug. 25 to 29 as Freshman Orientation Week. An estimated 4,000 freshmen will participate in this year’s program, according to Rich Novotny of the Student Life Office. Each student will move into his dormitory room either Aug. 25 or 26 depending on their last name and at that time receive a packet of information explaining the upcoming week, Novotny said. Some of the events planned during the week-long orientation include a campus tour, a city tour, a visit to a downtown sidewalk sale and a cross-cultural program sponsored by the Pan African Studies, highlighted by a cookout with live entertainment. The movies “Rocky”, “Animal House” and “Drive Inn” will also be shown. During the week Porthouse Theater will present the musical “Cabaret,” and a hypnotist, Gil Eagles, will pe...
Gunshot wound kills university patrolman [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Gunshot wound kills university patrolman Walter G. Bruska, Jr., 27, a member of the patrol division of the university police department died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at his home in Atwater Tuesday afternoon. Bruska, known as Biff to family and friends, was the son of Walter Bruska Sr. a former vice president for administration at the university, who now , resides in Vermont. The younger Bruska had been a member of the university police department since 1974 when he began as a student officer and dispatcher. Later, he was assigned as full-time patrolman. Survivors include his father, a sister, and his wife, Cindy. The Portage County sheriffs department and the coroner are investigating.
Campus drivers 'do well' in bus rodeo [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Campus drivers 'do well' in bus rodeo Drivers from the Campus Bus Service placed second and fourth in the state bus rodeo last Saturday in Columbus. Don Easton placed second in the overall competition while Joanne Connolly placed fourth out of the seven drivers entered in the contest. Connolly was the first female Operator to ever compete in the state rodeo, Rich Purgert, bus service supervisor, said. The competition, sponsored by the Ohio Public Transit Association, features winners of local rodeos from across the state. Drivers from all public transit systems statewide are invited to compete in the contest. KSU has the only student operated bus system in the state. Drivers are judged on how well they can handle a series of 12 obstacles that include backing in different directions, right and left turns, passenger stops, lane changing and judgement stops, Purgert said. This year’s winner was Bruce Smirt of Cleveland. Smirt also placed first indast year's competition. He and Easton w...
Campaign experts speak here [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Campaign experts speak here Nationally-known campaign experts will be on campus the rest of this week as part of a Political Campaign Management Institute which begins this afternoon. The three-day program, which also will present talks by three KSU professors, will be held in the Student Center, according to Dr. John Gargan, associate professor of political science here and codirector of the Institute. The program will begin with registration at 4:30 p.m. today, Gargan said. Registration fees for the program were $2lO. John Sears, campaign manager for Republican presidential nominee Ronald Reagan; Richard Scammon, former head of the U.S. Census Bureau, who is now director of the Elections Research Center and an analyst for NBC television; and Robert Squier, a communications specialist who has had President Carter and the late Vice President Hubert Humphrey as clients, will be the featured speakers, Gargan said. KSU faculty who will speak are: Gargan; Dr. Murray Fishel, associate pr...
Students for Anderson, new group here [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 7 August 1980
Students for Anderson, new group here By NOLAN WEIDNER Students for Anderson, a new organization, which will campaign here for the presidential candidate, was recently registered with the Student Life Office, according to organizer Jerry Sniderman. The group “already has 21 or 22 people on the roster,” Sniderman, a senior international relations major said. He said the group’s main objective for the remainder of the summer will be to make sure there is a solid organization when the main body of students return this fall. He sent an invitation to Anderson to speak here in early August, but said, “really, the chances aren’t that good he will come.” Anderson will be in Cleveland in a few weeks, and Sniderman said he might stop “if he feels interested in a campaign stop here.” The group will hold their first meeting tonight to “delegate responsibilities,” he said. “We plan to have a table in the Student Center one or two days a week. We will have some campaign literature to hand out, an...