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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Taylor concert charter set i Tickets are still available for the Campus Bus Service charter to the James Taylor concert at Blossom Music Center Tuesday night. Tickets, which include round trip transportation to Blossom and an $8 lawn seat are $ll. They are available at the CBS office, 710 Wright Hall between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. The bus will leave the parking lot adjacent to the Music and Speech Building at 6 p.m. Additional information is available from the bus service at 672-2712.
Larger fall enrollment expected, but summer estimates are short [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
Larger fall enrollment expected, but summer estimates are short By BARB EVANOSKY Although estimates for enrollment in summer sessions were much higher than the final count, about 800 to 1,000 new students will be here this fall, Dr. Robert McCoy, executive assistant to the president and Dr. Stanley H. Christensen, director of summer sessions said Tuesday. Some of the confusion in the summer sessions estimate resulted from the university counting pieces of paper as people, Christensen said. Often students register and never take the class or mistakenly register twice. Thus, original figures indicated that summer sessions would have fuller classrooms by about 13 percent, he said. ANOTHER CONFUSING point is in the use of the word “enrollment.” Christensen uses the term to refer to credit hours earned by students for the summer while McCoy uses the term to mean numbers of students here. Christensen explained that if a student signs up for three more hours than he had the previous semest...
Bus service returns to Silver Meadows [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
Bus service returns to Silver Meadows By NOLAN WEIDNER Campus bus service to the Silver Meadows area will resume at the beginning of the fall semester, Ron Paskey, Campus Bus Service scheduler said Tuesday. Service was cut to the Meadows area during the first week in July after the City of Kent reduced the legal load limit of the Spaulding Road bridge because of its condition. Spaulding is on the bus route, and the new limit was set at two tons, making it impossible for CBS to continue its service to that area, Paskey said. He said the bus service did not have the money to change the route during the summer. The new Meadows route will go out W. Main Street to Majors Lane, which is a right turn off of Main Street (about a quarter of a mile before Main intersects with Route 59). Buses will take Majors Lane to Fairchild Avenue, turn left, and continue to Silver Meadows Boulevard, Paskey said. “The buses will still run there once an hour,” he said, which is how often the buses have run ...
UFPA withdraws workloads appeal [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
UFPA withdraws workloads appeal By TIM ROBERTS The KSU faculty union has withdrawn its appeal to the American Arbitration Association over how the assignment of instructors’ workloads are made. The union had filed the class action grievance last April after the administration had raised the average workload of an instructor by one hour. Dr. Emil Sattler, president of the United Faculty Professional Association, said the decision to withdraw the grievance was “strongly influenced” by an arbitrator’s denial of a similar grievance last month. That greivance was filed by the UFPA on behalf of Thomas Davis, an English professor here. The Cleveland arbitrator, George Van Pelt said the Davis case couldn’t be arbitrated because the University had “overwhelming” control over instructor’s workloads. “We felt that the arbitrator would have made the same decision with our appeal, so we withdrew it,” Sattler said. Sattler added that the UFPA and the administration interpreted the assignment of w...
'We are definitely going to court' ACLU to represent students placed on probation [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
'We are definitely going to court' ACLU to represent students placed on probation By TIM ROBERTS The Ohio branch of the American Civil Liberties Union will represent seven students who were placed on disciplinary probation last June in an upcoming court case, according to Brett Kristoff, one of the students placed on probation. - “We are definitely going to court,” Kristoff, a member of Students Opposing a Repressive Environment, the organization formed last spring to protest the changes in the dormitory visitation policy made by KSU President Brage Golding, said Tuesday. SORE held two sit-ins at the Tri-Towers rotunda last May to protest the changes in the policy. After the second sit-in, seven students were issued white slips by Dr. Roger Sorochty, director of Residence Services, for participating in an organized activity without proper authorization. THE SEVEN WERE then found guilty by the All University Hearing Board of violating University policy and procedures, and of behavior...
Agenda of Arts and Events [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
Agenda of Arts and Events 21 THURSDAY Blossom Music Center; Harry Chapin, 8 p.m., pavilion seats, $9. Students for Anderson, volunteer and organizational meeting, 7 p.m., 313 Student Center. Also will have an information booth at Kent Sidewalk Sale, South Water St., 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., today through Saturday. Front Row: Perry Como, call 449-5000 for information. Canal Fulton Playhouse: “Oklahoma!”, 8 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays, 8:30 p.m., Sundays, 1:30 and 5 p.m. For ticket information call 535-4455 through Aug. 31. 22 FRIDAY Porthouse Theatre: “Cabaret” starring Tamara Sibley, Ron Haefka, Robert Pruitt, 8 p.m. Also Aug. 25, 29, 30 with 2 p.m. matinee Aug. 31. Tickets are $2.50 to $5.50. KSU students with valid IDs admitted free Sunday and Monday. Blossom Music Center: Cleveland Orchestra Festival Concert with Lorin Maazel conducting, 8:30 p.m., pavilion seats $10.50, $8.50, $7, $6. Kenley Players: E.J. Thomas Hall, Akron: “4 Girls 4” with Rosemary Clooney, Helen O’Connell, Rose Mar...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Future birds 5 Horse 9 Montreal or L.A. arena 14 Brazil river 15 Igneous rock 16 Egg-shaped 17 Nonunion factories; 2 words 19 Kind of nut 20 Expiry 21 Squat 23 Remainder 24 Admires 27 Faro card 29 Auto parts 31 Throbbed 35 Even if: Var. 37 Animal trail 39 Escape Answers on Page 15 40 Elias or Julia VVard 42 Lay bare 44 Token 45 Correct 47 Number 49 Secure 50 Short cannon 52 Blanket 54 the Red 56 Famed ship 59 Cupid 62 Fuel 64 Bullring 65 Confine 67 Fuzees: 2 words 70 STOL or SST 71 Spoken 72 Muck 73 Fabric 74 British title 75 This: Sp. DOWN 1 Lyric poem 2 Gawks 3 USA: 2 words 4 So. Carolina river 5 Tree 6 de Oro 7 Elec, units 8 Groundwork 9 Watch pocket 10 Work duds 11 Appraise 12 Shoshoneans 13 Thaw 18 Discards 22 Outdo 25 Charts 26 Apertures 28 Owing 30 Afflictions 32 Unique: 2 words 33 Rim 34 Depression 35 Pronoun 36 Same: Prefix 38 Fastener 41 Going in 43 Elf 46 Amer. patriotic gp. 48 Of birth 51 Manipulate 53 Procession 55 Xmas hymn 57 Sluggish...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
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The hottest spot in town 'Cabaret' is Porthouse's best production [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
The hottest spot in town ' Cabaret' is Porthouse's best production By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertainment Editor As in the case of Porthouse Theatre and Tamara M. Sibley, the saying “save the best for last” comes to mind while viewing Porthouse’s final of the 1980 season, “Cabaret.” The play, which takes place in Berlin, Germany, during the rise of the Third Reich, brings back a harrowing time to the audience. “Cabaret” began as a play and appeared on the New York stage in the middle of the ’6os. The play ran for 1,166 performances on Broadway and won several Tony Awards. IN 1972 THE film adaption debuted, starring Liza Minnelli, Michael York and Joel Grey. The film became the box-office smash hit of the year and won eight Oscars. The Porthouse production of “Cabaret” may be seen by fewer people than the Broadway play and Hollywood film but Tor those who do view it, they will enjoy a night of sizzling entertainment. The musical evocation of preNazi decadence stars Tamara Sibley, Ron Haefk...
Students may have a chance to attend presidential debate [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
Students may have a chance to attend presidential debate By NOLAN WEIDNER Students and others here may have a chance to make ticket reservations for the presidential debate in Cleveland Oct. 28, according to Jayne Dearth, Student Caucus corresponding secretary. Caucus is trying to get people to sign up to go to the debate, which will be the last before the Nov. 4 election. If they get enough people to go, transportation may be provided, Dearth said. “We would like to get a (campus) bus to go up if we get a good enough turnout,” she said. THE DEBATE will be at the Convention Center and Dearth said she expects that it will begin at around 8 or 9 p.m. She said the tickets are free, and are being distributed by the Cleveland League of Women Voters on a first come, first served basis. Caucus can not promise that everyone, or anyone will be able to get reservations. “We can’t offer any guarantee,” she said. “They (League of Women Voters) won’t make any promises.” DEARTH SAID anyone who is...
IGPB open to all students [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
IGPB open to all students By ELAINE RIVERA The Inter-Greek Programming Board has always been, and will continue to be, an open student organization, its president said Tuesday. Because of a lack of publicity, the image of the IGPB has been distorted, Pam Pressey, president of the IGPB said. &lt; “People have had the wrong image of us,” she said. “Because the officials on the board are members of fraternities and sororities, people think we are a closed organization, but we are not. Basically, our purpose is to program events for students and it’s not exclusively for Greek members,” she said. - Pressey explained the difference between the Inter-Fraternity Council, Panhellenic Council, and the IGPB. “Pan Hel and the IFC are the governing bodies for fraternities and sororities and they are closed,” she said. “But the IGPB is a programming body, and although we consist of Greek members, anyone can join.” 'N. Because of this image, Student Caucus has been reluctant in funding the...
Ad deadlines changed [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
Ad deadlines changed Deadlines for the first issue of the fall semester Daily Kent Stater have been changed due to the Labor Day holiday. Deadline for classified ads will be 4 p.m. Aug. 29, while all display ads must be turned in by 5 p.m. Aug. 27. The Stater office will be closed Sept. 1. The first fall paper will be published Sept. 2.
Editorial Responsible people not money, needed [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
Editorial Responsible people not money, needed The new late registration fees, adopted by the Board of Trustees at its June 12 meeting, are understandable, but not the best way to handle the problem of late registration and change-of-program forms. According to a release from the registrar’s office, the changes are: a fee of $5O for any registration,or change-of-program form form processed after the 14th calendar day of any semester including the summer terms; a fee of $2O for any (of the above) forms processed after Friday of the first week of classes, but not later than the 14th calendar day; a fee of $lO for forms processed after the second day of classes, up to Friday of the first week. The main reason for the late fee increases is that the University is required to turn in enrollment figures to the state on the 15 th calendar day after classes begin. These figures are then used by the state to determine the amount of subsidy granted to KSU. Thus, if students sign up for classes...
John Anderson’s ‘5O-50 plan' makes conservation profitable [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
John Anderson’s ‘5O-50 plan' makes conservation profitable By JOHN FUNTIK Stater Columnist The Windfall Profits Tax bill, as the last column (See Stater Aug. 14) discussed, needs to be amended to rectify the independent producer royalty owner inequality. But once this is done, ,it’s substantially a “fair” bill. Starting in June 1979, domestic oil prices were and continue to be gradually decontrolled. Because of this, an increasing share of American oil will be permitted to sell at world prices for the first time. Thus, U.S. oil producers are receiving substantially higher revenues and profits from the new price levels. IVTANY PEOPLE, including members of Congress as well as economic experts, believe that the additional profit is too high. These people argue that the world price of oil is an artificially high price set by OPEC, and that the increase in price, and hence, profit, for domestic oil represents too great a reward for the amount of risk domestic producers incur. Therefore/s...
Handicapped people have a great deal to offer all of us [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
Handicapped people have a great deal to offer all of us By DEBI M. TRARES Stater Columnist Everybody has problems large and small what to wear, what to do, how to pay the bills, who to invite to a party, how to budget time, etc., etc., the list goes on. These aren’t unique problems; we all have them to one extent or another, but what of the people who find it a problem just existing. I’m talking about handicapped people the ones we see in the back of our classrooms sitting in their wheelchairs, or making their way across campus. Many times we take these people for granted, assuming that they “get along” somehow. Well, they do get along, but getting along for them is a real struggle, and they are real people with real emotions and feelings just like the rest of us. The only thing that makes them different is the obstacles they must overcome to achieve what “normal” people take for granted. STEPS ARE AN impossibility for them, chuckholes and inclines can be painful impediments, doors ...