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Workshop to rid sex stereotypes [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Workshop to rid sex stereotypes “Eliminating Sex Stereotyping in the Curriculum,” a two-credit-hour workshop, will be held July 13-17 at Kent State University. The purposes of the workshop will be to assist teachers in making students aware of sex stereotypes, and to gain knowledge of material to counteract those stereotypes, said Dr. Michele Zak, director of the KSU office of Human Resource Utilization and instructor for the workshop. . . Little boys learn quickly at home or at school that girls can be dependent, emotional, excitable, easily hurt, and cautious,” Dr. Zak said. “A boy’s ‘manliness’ depends on his being seen as independent, unemotional, unexcitable, adventurous, and not easily hurt.” “Explorations of sex-role stereotyping and attacks against them will be made in all phases of the educational process, from examining lining up to go to lunch in the third grade to rediscovering lost women in history,” said Dr. Zak. Although she will use films for the workshop, Dr. Zak’s ...
Bus service offers cool pool [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Bus service offers cool pool Students who are interested in saving money by reducing commuting costs can do so by contacting the Campus Bus Service Commuter Pool. In addition to its regular bus routes, CBS can provide interested commuter students with a free carpool matching service. Those students who are interested in the Campus Bus service program should call 672-RIDE.
Housing to aid student influx [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Housing to aid student influx The number of students living in residence halls is expected to increase by approximately 700 this fall, Dr. Don Kluge, director of residence services, said Wednesday, In order to compensate for the increase. Residence Services has made the following additions to student housing for women: seventh floor Wright, four floors in Korb Guest House and all of Heer Hall. Along with the additional halls, the occupancy of rooms within existing halls will increase. Some double rooms will become triples, and some triple rooms will become quads. Single rooms will be available only in Leebrick Hall, Engleman Hall, and the upperclass dorm, Johnson Hall. Even with this added space, Kluge does not expect any problems in housing students on campus.
July 4 schedule [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
July 4 schedule There will be no classes tomorrow and university offices will be closed in observance of Independence Day. Because the holiday is observed Friday, campus services will have revised hours beginning tomorrow. The following is a revised schedule for campus facilities: Library Closed Friday and Saturday; regular summer hours resume Sunday evening. Kent Student Center Closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday except to those attending special events. Eastway Recreation Center Closed Friday, Saturday and Sun- day; regular summer hours resume Monday. Memorial Gymnasium and Memorial Gymnasium Annex Closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday; regular summer hours resume Monday. Campus Bus Service Not operating Friday and there is no weekend service during the summer; regular operations resume Sunday. DeWeese Health Center Closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday; regular summer hours resume on Monday. Ice Arena Closed Saturday and Sunday; regular public skating will resume next Saturday.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
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Viewpoints Should women be exempted from the draft? Exclusion of women is discriminatory act [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Viewpoints Should women be exempted from the draft? Exclusion of women is discriminatory act By LAURA LOGAN Stater columnist The Supreme Court decision, upholding the constitutionally male-only draft registration, by a vote of 6-3, is clearly an act of discrimination. This decision not only excludes women from a fundamental civic obligation in the event of war, but also helps perpetuate the myth that women are ‘incapable of doing certain things.’ This gender-based decision was made on the assumption that registering women would lead to combat roles for them. Justice William Rehnquist, writing for the majority, said that the registration and drafting of women would be “detrimental to the important goal of military flexibility.” Rehnquist noted that women are not eligible to serve combat positions. Therefore, he said, women are not as useful as men to the military, and Congress was free to take that difference into account when it refused to extend the registration to women. This deci...
Not drafting women is a good decision [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Not drafting women is a good decision By BILL BRYAN Stater columnist Two weeks ago, backers of the Equal Rights Amendment cheered when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a group of female jail matrons deserved pay that was equal to their male counterparts. However, the cheers turned to jeers last week when the high court ruled in a 6-3 decision that women need not be required to register for the military draft. ‘This is not a case of Congress arbitrarily choosing to burden one of two similarly situated groups,” Justice William Rehnquist wrote for the majority. The National Organization for Women and other women’s groups had hoped that the Court would equate sex on the same basis as race, thus making it virtually mandatory that women fight in combat. The majority opinion, however, dismissed this, saying “Men and women... are simply not similarly situated for purposes of a draft or registration of a draft.” While feminist supporters cringe at this decision, I can think of at least two ...
Stater Letters Groundskeepers efforts appreciated [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Stater Letters Groundskeepers efforts appreciated Editor, Stater: The beautification of the campus has been delightfully progressive due to the meticulous care of many and the plentiful rain. And on days when we wish for one day less of rain, we can survey the blooming flowerbeds and remember to be thankful. I have seen many workers carefully raking, cultivating, mulching and cleaning the beds, but I did not see them planting. It makes the beauty the beds have added to the campus all the more appreciated, since it seems somewhat of a miracle. I hear many exclaim as they pass by about the spectacular color schemes, the fullness of the flowers and the different types of plants used, and I would like to tell those responsible that their efforts are greatly appreciated! M. Sanders Kent
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Letteis Letters to the editor concerning topics of campus interest are welcome. Letters should be brief, not exceeding 300 words, typed and double spaced. Name, year in school, major and phone number should be included. We reserve the right to edit material submitted for publication. Unsigned letters will not be considered for publication. However, names may be withheld if circumstances warrant. Letters should be sent to 100 Taylor.
Stater Features Man versus the microprocessor Video games open door to galaxy of fun [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
St a ter Features Man versus the microprocessor Video games open door to galaxy of fun By CHERI KOVESDY Feature Editor Earthlings are succumbing to extraterrestrial temptation by the droves. Fast-paced, brightly flashing electronic video games have created a new mania that has swept across and beyond the U.S. into Japan and even Tel Aviv. For a quarter, a player can put himself up against a computer to fight off oncoming asteroids, spacecraft and cannibalistic attackers. The game’s pace quickens as it progresses, calling for expert coordination and reflexes. i THE VIDEO GAME craze began in 1972, when Atari introduced electronic pingpong. Atari’s more recent addition to the video game market, Asteroids, has become the most popular coin-operated game in American history. • The games, once prominent in only bars and game rooms, can be seen in such places as restaurants; theaters, bowling alleys, and cocktail lounges. Jhe machines retail for anywhere from $1,500 to $2,500. apiece, and h...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
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Landlords sometimes uncooperative Court can be answer to tenants' troubles [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Landlords sometimes uncooperative Court can be answer to tenants' troubles By WENDY SUFRIN A leaky water faucet can be a nuisance. A malfunctioning furnace, faulty commodes or refrigerators can be outright health hazards. Tenants often have had problems with landlords who seem less than eager to make necessary household repairs. In cases like this, simply withholding rent or putting the money in escrow until the problem is resolved is often the be:;t solution, according to Jean Tondiglia of the Ravenna Municipal Courts. “The landlord can simply fill out another application to have it released and the judge or referee may give the money back to the landlord,” Tondiglia said. IF A TENANT has difficulties with a landlord because of failure to return a deposit, disputes involving less than $5OO may be settled in small claims court. “The big advantage of small claims court is that people can come in and present their case without having to spend a lot of time or money,” William F. Calhou...
Parents workshop to be held [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 2 July 1981
Parents workshop to be held A workshop titled “It’s Tough Being A Parent” will be held for abusive or potentially abusive parents July 9 in the United Church of Christ. , The workshop, sponsored by Parents Anonymous in cooperation with the Child Abuse Center in Wright Hall, will feature ques-tion-answer sessions with representatives from the Welfare Department, local schools, police, and Parents Anonymous members, according to Angie Williams, public relations director for the Child Abuse Center. Also included in the workshop will be simulated Parents Anonymous group sessions, along with professional speakers, films and a panel discussion. SKITS WILL BE performed during the registration, which will take place 9:30 a.m. that day. The skits will be “The Three Bears,” “The Frog Prince,” “The Worry Jar” and “Snow White.” The purpose of the skits, according to Williams, is to help parents understand the problems surround- ing child-rearing. The purpose of “The Three Bears,” for example, i...