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Dorms will be filled by student increase [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Dorms will be filled by student increase By NANCY BOWMAN An overall increase in University enrollment has forced residence services to open more dorms and alter room accommodation plans, Roger Sorochty, director of residence services here said last week. Sorochty said he expects about 5,600 undergraduates in the dorms when classes begin Sept. 2, the most since 1972. Last year, 4,700 undergraduates occupied dorm rooms when classes started. To make room for the increase in residents, 27 of the University’s 29 dorms will be open for occupancy. Heer Hall, which is leased by the Portage County Board of Education and two social service agencies, and Wright Hall, which is used in part as University offices, will be the only two dorms not occupied by students. VAN CAMPEN Hall, which was not used last year, and Harbourt Hall, whicl] was used to accommodate an overflow of graduate students requesting on-cam-pus housing last year, will both be used for undergraduate housing this year, Sorochty...
Late registration, drop/add fees to go up [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Late registration, drop/add fees to go up By NOLAN WEIDNER Students who late-register, drop, or add courses after the first week of classes this fall are going to find that the cost of these transactions has increased. Richard L. Backer, KSU registrar, said Tuesday that any student who hands in a registration or a drop/add form after the first week of classes, up to the 15th calendar day of a semester, will have to pay a $2O late fee. If a student hands one of these forms in after the 15th calendar day (Sept. 17 this fall), they will have to pay a $5O late fee, he said. In the previous year, the late registration or drop/add fee was $lO, and was assessed after late registration was completed. BACKER CITED A NUMBER of rea sons why the late charges were increased for this year: • The most fundamental, he said, was that a state-supported institution is awarded subsidy money according to the number of students who are registered at the school as of the 15th day of any term (except Sprin...
Patrolman's death complicates police investigation University still searching for money lost last spring [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Patrolman's death complicates police investigation University still searching for money lost last spring By NOLAN WEIDNER University officials are still looking for a money bag, last known to have been in the possession of deceased KSU patrolman Walter G. Bruska, Jr., according to Robert Malone. KSU chief of police. The money bag, which contained $2,308 in cash and $6,375 in checks, had been picked up by Bruska while on duty April 29, but was not discovered missing by University officials until early August. Bruska. who was then under investigation by Malone and other university officials, resigned from the police force after refusing to take a polygraph test on Aug. 5. He returned to his home in Atwater and took his life that afternoon. A RELEASE FROM administration officials states that Bruska, who had served on the police force since 1974, picked up the money bag on the morning of April 29 from services office. Bruska signed for the bag when he picked it up, but it has not been a...
Agenda of Arts and Events [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Agenda of Arts and Events 14 THURSDAY " ; Kids Crafts: “Mosaics”: 11 a.m. f to 2 p.m., 224 Student Center, | $.75. i Cleveland Municipal Stadium; ; Cleveland Indians vs. Texas j Rangers, 7:35 p.m. I Canal Fulton Playhouse: “Okla--3 homa!” 8 p.m., Tuesdays through 3 Thursdays; 8:30 p.m., Fridays and * Saturdays; 1:30 and 5 p.m., Sundays; through Aug. 31. For information call 535-4455. Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, Lakewood Civic Auditorium: “Comedy of Errors,” 8:30 p.m., Tickets are $6.50 and $B. Kenley Players: E.J. Thomas Hall, Akron: “Deathtrap” with Robert Reed, Imogene Coca, 8:30 p.m., tickets are $6 and $B, through Sunday. Kent Cinema: “Caddy Shack” with Chevy Chase and Bill Murray, (R), 7:15 and 9:30 p.m., $3 adults, $1.50 children and senior citizens. Kent Cinema: “The Blue Lagoon” with Brooke Shields, (R), 7:15 and 9:30 p.m., $3 adults, $1.50 children and senior citizens. Id FRIDAY Antique Power Show, Tuscarawas County Fairgrounds, Dover: “Antique Tractor Pull,” 8 p.m., ...
Tribute to Sellers set for Civic [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Tribute to Sellers set for Civic The Akron Civic Theatre will present a special tribute to the comic genius of the late Peter Sellers with a special, double-feature presentation Sunday. The evening will also commemorate the closing night of the theatre for a month of renovation and restoration. This is the first time in the Civic’s 50-year history that it has been closed for renovation. Featured will be “The Return of the Pink Panther,” in which Sellers plays the bumbling Inspector Clouseau. The show begins at 7 p.m. At 9 p.m., the tribute will continue with “The Pink Panther Strikes Again.” Admission is $2, with all proceeds going to the theatre restoration fund. For further information call the Civic box office at 535-3178.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answer on page 15. ACROSS 1 Disconcert 6 Sac 11 Soft drink 14 Kind of van man 15 Scallion 16 Mineral 17 Parades 19 Estuary 20 Dispatched 21 Containers 22 Irrigate 24 Thing 26 Summon back 27 Exertion 30 More just 32 Pal 33 Pasteboards 34 Bill 37 Pronoun 38 Prima 39 Mule or pump 40 Wartime RR agcy. 41 Preserved 42 Gym feat 43 Flew high 45 and whyfors 46 Oars 48 Has49 Ruminant 50 Vended 52 Expanded 56 Groove 57 Honest: 3 words 60 Mama Gynt 61 Patinas 62 Pending 63 For each 64 Dental 65 Caucasus native DOWN 1 Elec, units 2 Tedious one 3 English river 4 Parts 5 Charlemagne’s terr. 6 Chest 7 Item 8 Rivers; Sp. 9 Offspring 10 Responds 11 Texas city: 2 words 12 Bay window 13 Gem 18 Barracuda 23 Card 25 Strive 26 Be borne 27 Resound 28 Man’s name 29 Civil War site: 2 words 30 Confronted 31 Dry 33 Concern 35 High rating 36 Wagers 38 Mink and ermine 39 British weapons: 2 words 41 Cancel; 2 words 42 Pronoun 44 Spanish cheer 45 Marries 46 Fight 47 Reason 48 Anoint 50 Fre...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
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Alfonso named faculty dean [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Alfonso named faculty dean By ELAINE RIVERA Robert J. Alfonso, former dean of the College of Education, has been appointed to the new position of associate vice president for Academic and Student Affairs and Dean of Faculties. Alfonso, who takes office Aug. 18, was appointed dean of faculty as a part of a central administration reorganization by KSU President Brage Golding. As the new dean of faculty, Alfonso will be given line responsibility for staffing departments, and schools and colleges. He will also serve as principal adviser to the provost on matters of appointment, non-reappointment, tenure and promotion of fac- ulty and the awarding of sabbatical leaves. THE RELEASE stated that he will concentrate on the enhancement of the graduate study and research enterprise, develop and. recommend policy pertaining to collective bargaining with, the faculty, and assist in academic program review, development and change. Because of the newly created position, according to the release. D...
Voter registrars are needed [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Voter registrars are needed A group of KSU students will be going to Ravenna tomorrow to register as deputies, but they will not be able to arrest anyone. Instead, they will become registration deputies; empowered to register students to vote in Portage County in the upcoming general election. The deputization of students who are residents of the county is part of an effort by Student Caucus and the League of Women Voters to encourage.more students to use their vote, and become involved in local and national politics, Chris Menne, caucus executive secretary, said Monday. MENNE SAID Caucus is still looking for more volunteers to become registrars, and that they do not have to be students. The deputies will then be asked to work at tables in the Student Center, or in the dorms, registering students who wish to vote here. She said they also will have applications for absentee ballots for students who want to retain their voting status in their home county. MENNE SAID caucus sponsors th...
Conservationist, educator Dr. Charles Riley dies [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Conservationist, educator Dr. Charles Riley dies Dr. Charles Riley, former chairman of the department of Biological Sciences here for 20 years&lt; died Monday at Robinson Memorial Hospital in Ravenna. Riley, 59, was a faculty member and administrator here for 31 years before he retired last December. He had been named emeritus chairman and emeritus professor of biological sciences by the Board of Trustees in December. Riley, a well-known conservationist, received the President’s Medal for outstanding contributions to the University from President Brage Golding in May. Riley, a graduate of KSU, received his masters and doctorate degrees from Ohio State University. Riley, an author of many articles in the area of wildlife conservation and reclamation, was named Conservationist Educator of the Year” by the National Wildlife Federation in 1966. He was also a member of numerous organizations including the Ohio Parks and Recreation Council, the Soil Conservation Society of America...
Editorial Focus on issues is important now [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Editorial Focus on issues is important now By now, the Democratic party has all but left its 1980 convention site at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Their presidential campaign platform set, and the nomination of President Carter secured, it should be all over except for the shouting. For the Democrats, the most important thing right now may be the shouting. Carter’s nomination was virtually locked up on Monday night, as his forces won an easy victory over Sen. Edward Kennedy’s troops. Kennedy had the political “good sense” to step down at that point, but as of yet, he has not helped his party. An Aug. 5 and 6 survey, taken by ABC News and Harris pollsters, showed Republican presidential nominee Ronald Reagan with 48 percent of the public’s support, Carter with 28 percent and independent candidate John Anderson with 19 percent of the vote. Clearly, the Democrats need help in the form of party unity and public support. Kennedy, among others, could help the Democrats with an e...
Windfall tax: a good idea but falls far short of goals [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Windfall tax: a good idea but falls far short of goals By JOHN FUNTIK Stater Columnist The Windfall Profits Tax, thought to provide a needed boon for developing our energy resources, is fatally flawed. In theory it may be a good idea but as it now stands it is insufficient. The Windfall Profits Tax (WPT) was originally proposed by President Carter in April 1979, to recover “for public purposes” part of the estimated $1 trillion consumers will pay for oil by 1990 as price controls are lifted from domestic production. The tax, signed into law by Carter in April 1980, takes 30 to 70 percent of the difference between the controlled price of oil and the selling price after decontrol, depending on the type and “age” of the oil. THE TROUBLE begins be cause Carter originally proposed the tax as part of a massive “energy bill” to encourage energy independence in this nation, but it falls far short of this goal. First, the title is not accurate as to the law’s true intention. The WPT is not a...
Challenges artists' preconceived notions Art program is a concoction of tastes [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Challenges artists' preconceived notions Art program is a concoction of tastes By PHYLLIS LUKENS Kent’s Blossom Art Program is a layer cake. Concocted of tastes ranging from down-to-earth to exotic, traditional and avant garde; stirred by a continuous internal dialogue and baked in the August heat of Kent’s art studios the rich mixture has begun to rise and take shape. A slice of the program /eveals some staple ingredients, including challenge, change, choice and communication. BRYNSLEY Tyrrell, program co-director, said “the program is intended to challenge .artists’ preconceived notions.” The students selected for the month-long program are sometimes surprised by the set-up, in which they work as an apprentice to master artists which are visiting professionals, rather than working on their own projects. Sculpting student Jack Schlecter, said that for him the best thing about the program is the exposure to ideas and seeing how the visiting artists work. FOR MANY the program is exci...