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Sha Na Na brings back '50s rock 'n' roll energy [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
Sha Na Na brings back '50s rock 'n' roll energy By DON YERGIN Sha Na Na, one of the unique musical groups today, brought an audience at Blossom Music Center back to the fabulous era of the 50s Monday night. Opening the show for Sha Na Na was John Sebastian who is famous for his songs “Welcome Back” from the television show “Welcome Back Kotter” and “Nashville Cats.” After playing a few country songs, Sebastian began playing music from the 50s which set the right tempo for the audience. SEBASTIAN, a magical musician and song writer, opens all of Sha Na Na’s shows. The audience was rarein’ to go when Sha Na Na came out on stage with their fast-moving rock-n-roll and great theatrical acting. Many may think of them as being -a bunch of cards, but when you see Sha Na Na perform on stage, they become a special group of musical aces. THEIR STAGE show is fast and keeps the audience moving, while their background and costume changes are done without stopping the performance. The group takes ...
WKSU will air jazz festival [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
WKSU will air jazz festival WKSU FM (89.7) will broadcast the Chicago Jazz Festival on Aug. 29 and 31 from 7:30 p.m. to midnight on its Jazz Alive! program. Live, via satellite from Grant Park in Chicago, the festival will include some well-known jazz and blues artists. The festival will open Friday with a tribute to the late Charlie “Bird” Parker, an alto saxophonist who is credited by many as having started a new type of jazz in the 1940 s called “bebop,” The “Charlie Parker All Stars,” a band that includes Dizzy Gillespie on trumpet, drummer Max Roach, bassist Ray Brown, A1 Haig on piano and James Moody on the saxophone, will begin the tribute to Parker. On Sunday night, a program titled “Chicago Jazz Prism” will be aired. Lionel Hampton and his orchestra, the Art Ensemble of Chicago, tenor saxophonist Stan Getz and blues artist Muddy Waters and his band will perform during the show. The program will be hosted by Dr. Billy Taylor, the regular Jazz Alive! host.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
“4 Girls 4” is a musical revue by four warm and talented ladies who not only sing their favorite songs but do comedy too. The musical production at the E.J. Thomas Hall in Akron opens with Margaret Whiting singing romantic songs such as “As Time Goes By,” “Sentimental Journey!’ and “Moonlight in Vermont.” Helen O’Connell then takes the audience back to the big band era with the Jimmy Dorsey Band. Her voice is extremely strong and beautiful. Rose Marie, appearing after intermission, provides the highlight of the show. She is hilarious as she tells about her experiences with men and romance. Rosemary Clooney appears last and bellows out such favorites as “Tenderly,” “I Cried For You” and “Come In From The Rain.” The last portion of the show has the four ladies appearing together calling themselves the “Lennon Sisters of the Stoneage.” Their voices mix magically together when they sing out their “4 Girls 4”. Showtimes are 8:30 p.m. tonight through Saturday and 7:30 p.m. Sunday, with 2:...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
DUNKIN’ DONUTS INTRODUCES THE PERFECT MUFFINS. THEY MAY PUT YOUR GRANDMOTHER OUT OF BUSINESS. Sorry. Grandma, hut Dunkin' Donuts is now in the muffin business. Introducing mouth watering blueberry, delectable honey bran, and delicious corn muffins. We're baking them fresh every day. at our participating shops, and we re making v them by hand, from only fhedinest ingredients. just like you do. You can take them home or.you can eat them in our shops, hot. with melted butter. And everybody's raving about how they are. Sorry. Grandma. We hate.to do this to you. but that’s the way the muffin crumbles. The perfect muffins from Dunkin' Donuts. Another reason why it's worth the trip. -v. ■ .-'cSSSm r ji. mm m a* m*. a «$3 '.S’* S 3 Mi * m ■Nr &amp; W ■m m SOC OFF ON Vi DOZEN MUFFINS OR $l.OO OFF ON 1 DOZEN MUFFINS. (WITH THIS COUPON.) This offer is good at all participating Dunkin’ Donuts shops until 8/26/80. Limit: 1 coupon per customer. Limit: 1 dozen. OUNKINV*. DONUTS bar Its wor...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 21 August 1980
Classifieds (Continued from page 11.) NOTICE TO WOMEN 1 am now renting several nice single rooms at 121 University Dr. available for 1980-81 School Year. Call 673-6670 or 1-543-4833 for details. Good Natured Female wanted to share 3 bedroom apt. $95 a month one year lease. Call 678-1949. SINGLE AND DOUBLE ROOMS FOR FALL ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS. CALL 6731025. GRAHAM LAKE APTS. 1 &amp; 2 bedroom furnished or unfurnished water &amp; heat paid. 650-1660 after six, toll free. Rooms for rent $B5 per month plus utilities. Inquire at 318 E. Summit St. ■ 2 Female roommates needed to share V? duplex close to campus $lOB/month plus Va utilities (Gas-Elec.) washer-dryer. Call 678 5944 after 3:00 p.m. Student House - Vh baths, Cooking, 3 bedrooms plud turn, attic, large yard. 9 mo. lease $5OO plus utilities. 678-2573. Large 2 bedroom apt. for girls, upstairs apt., parking, close to town &amp; campus. Partially furnished, 297-7117/after 5:30, 673-7479. Nicely furnished, clea...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
Tuesday, June 16, 1981 Summer Kent Stater Volume 11, No. 1 Rummer Kent Qtater BARBEVANOSKY Editor RICHARD JORDAN MARK TILSON Managing Editor Advertising Manager Stater Staff Photo Editor: Mike Pesarchick; Sports Editor: Kevin Huhn; Feature Editor: Cheri KoveSdy; Entertainment Editor: Michelle Blum. Staff writers: Laura Logan, Dave Skubby, Bill Bryan, Chuck Poliafico, Bill Lach, Donn Handy, Harlan Spector. Staff photographers: Fred Hansen, Gary Harwood, Henri Adjodha. Adviser; Evan Smith; Secretaries: Sharon Marquis; Mary Smith.
Are asking for per hour pay increase State employees give informational picket [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
Are asking for per hour pay increase State employees give informational picket By CHERI KOVESDY State employees picketed here Wednesday as part of a statewide demonstration in support of a $1 per hour pay increase and a cost of living allowance. About 30 members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Local 153 participated in a peaceful demonstration on East Main Street in front of Rockwell Hall. Among the demonstrators were university electricians, grounds crew and food service workers. According to Local 153 President Clarence Burt, state employees have not received a pay increase since 1976 and are paid $2.06 less per hour than employees in neighboring states. He said state employees receive no cost of living allowance. THE 1976 pay increase, Burt said, was a roll back increase, and can be taken back from the employees. The union is requesting an end to the roll back increase and to have all future increases put into the base pay. Union membe...
University Board of Trustees approves increases [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
University Board of Trustees approves increases By RICH JORDAN The University Board of Trustees approved an increase of $ 113 for instructional fees and $l2 for general fees per semester for the 1981-82 school year, raising fees 23.9 percent, at their annual meeting June 11. Residence Hall fees will rise approximately $45 while board increases $36 during the coming year by the trustees approval. KSU President Brage Golding pointed to the weakened condition of the state’s economy and lack of state support, and increasing en- rollment as reasons for the increases. “There will be many hundreds of students who will not be subsidized from the state,” Golding said. “We have an obligation to take on as many students as possible.” GOLDING SAID the university expects more than 1,000 students over last year if the admissions trend continues here. This, coupled with reduced funding from the state, places a heavy burden upon the university, he said. Board member Robert Blakemore opposed the rat...
Philosophy suspension is approved [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
Philosophy suspension is approved By RICH JORDAN KSU President Brage Golding has given his approval to a Faculty Senate recommendation to suspend the Philosophy Masters program, said Dr. Robert Alfonso, dean of the graduate college. The recommendation, the result of a program review of the philosophy department by the Educa- tional Policies Council, said the suspension was needed because of “faculty warfare, lack of scholarly activity, and decreased student demand.” Alfonso said the university will retain authorization from the regents for the program but will suspend admissions indefinitely. “The program still offers (philosophy) courses but no degrees will be offered...the program will be dropped from the catalog.” “THOSE STUDENTS who have made satisfactory progress (in the philosophy program) will be given every opportunity to finish the program,” Alfonso said. “No one will be thrown out.”
AGENDA – June 16 and 17 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
AGENDA - June 16 and 17 The Agenda will appear in every issue of the Summer Stater and is a combination of the Good Morning and Just Around the Corner sections which appear in the regular daily paper. The Stater will accept information about events on campus and in the community for publication in the Agenda. Forms can be picked up in The Stater office, 100 Taylor Hall, and are due Friday at noon for Tuesday papers and Tuesday at noon for Thursday papers. Campus Tuesday PHOTO SHOW Beacon Journal Photo Department Show, with over 25 photographs, both news and features. The exhibit is in the Art Gallery at the Student Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. COMMUNIVERSITY BAND REHEARSAL Rehearsal for Communiversity Summer Band, which will perform July 16 and will include musicians from both the university and community, will be in Room El 12, Music and Speech building, 7 to 9:55 p.m. Community Tuesday HELPLINE TRAINING Townhall II Summer Helpline Training applications are available at Townhall 11...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
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Newsbriefs [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
Newsbriefs Bus Service moves offices The Campus Bus Service offices are moving to the basement in Moulton Hall on Hilltop Drive from their present location in Wright Hall. The new offices in Moulton Hall will be open for business Thursday, June 18 from 8 a.m. to Tickets, passes and schedules will be available there. The bus services’ phone number will remain the same 672-RIDE. Bittle named Stark head Dr. William G. Bittle was appointed Dean of the KSU Stark Campus, effective July 1. Bittle, who has headed the KSU Geauga Campus the last three years, replaces Jack D. Morehart, who resigned January 1 after serving as the dean for nearly 20 years. Bittle received his Bachelors degree from East Stroudsburg State College in 1970, and his masters degree from there in 1971. He received his doctorate degree from KSU in 1975, and is a specialist in Tudor-Stuart history. Replacing Bittle is Dr. Gregory M. Shreve, a faculty member and assistant to the dean at the KSU Geauga Campus. Shreve recei...
Air conditioning units under repair [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
Air conditioning units under repair “It’s boiling, it’s wicked. It’s horrible, or any other word that you can think of to describe miserable and humid,” Robin Beecher, secretary in Rhetoric and Communi- cation, said. Those on campus for the first day of classes met with sticky heat and humidity both outside and inside of their buildings. A spokesman for the maintenance department said its employees are working overtime to get the air conditioning units in working order. She said the task had been hampered by a shortage of available workers. Maintenance said it hopes to have the air conditioning units working “as soon as possible.”
Casper acting dean after Hille resigns [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 June 1981
Casper acting dean after Hille resigns Dr. Cheryl A. Casper has been appointed the acting dean of the College of Business Administration following the resignation of Dr. Stanley J. Hille. Casper is an associate professor of economics and has been the assistant dean of the College of Business Adminstration since 1978. She has been a faculty member and administrator at KSU since 1973. CASPER RECEIVED her ba chelors, masters and doctorate degrees at Cleveland State University, where she was also a faculty member before coming to Kent. Hille, who resigned to accept a position as the dean of the College of Business Administration and Public Administration at the University of Missouri/Columbia, is also a professor of marketing and a national authority on transportation. Both Casper and Hille will begin their new positions on July 1. Casper will serve only until a permanent replacement for Hille is found. CASPER