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AGENDA—July 14,15 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
AGENDA—July 14,15 CAMPUS Tuesday Paintings “Paintings” by Ed Glynn will be displayed all week in the Student Center Art Gallery from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Macrame There will be a macrame workshop held Tuesday and Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in 224 Student Center. Cost is $3 and materials are provided. Arturo Ui The KSU Summer Theatre presents Arturo Ui July 14, 15, 16 at 8 p.m. in the Wright-Curtis Theatre in the Music and Speech building. Tickets are $3.50 with $2 off with a KSU ID and $1 off for Faculty/ Staff. COMMUNITY Tuesday &amp; Wednesday The Doobie Brothers and Carl Wilson will perform at the Blossom Music Center. Tickets are $lO for pavillion seats.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
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Letters inform students of tuition increase [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
Letters inform students of tuition increase By RICH JORDAN KSU students are being warned about the dire straights that the university is finding itself in. Letters are being sent to continuing students informing them of the instructional and general fee increase of $125, to be instituted in the fall semester. The letters explain the “deterioration in Ohio’s economy” and subsequent cuts in aid as a cause for bringing the student fee portion of total university revenue from 32 percent last year, up to 38 percent. The state contribution, which accounted for 68 percent of the instructional and general service budget last year, has been reduced to 62 percent, according to the letter. IN THE LETTER, students are told that room and board charges are being increased due to inflation, but at a much lower rate because the program is “self-support-ing and much less affected by outside influences.” A student carrying a typical course-load and living on campus, for instance, can be expected to p...
Ludwick takes Gallery position [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
Ludwick takes Gallery position By ROGER GLASKO Paul Ludick, 24, of 525 Park Ave., will be the new acting director of The Gallery, at the Kent State University School of Art beginning July 17. Ludick will replace the present director, Sheila K. Tabakoff, said Carol Grape, graduate assistant at The Gallery, last week. Tabakoff will be leaving for Florence, Italy, July 16 to finish her dissertation for her doctorate in Art History from the University of Chicago. Ludick graduated from Kent State University in May with a bachelor’s degree in sculpture. He graduated cum laude and was accepted into Omicron Delta Kappa, an honorary society. He has worked in The Gallery as an assistant since spring 1979. Tabakoff has already chosen and arranged exhibitions for fall and spring semesters. Ludick will be in charge of designing and installing those exhibits and making sure all aspects of the shows run smoothly. Ludick will also be in charge of publicity for the exhibitions and will manage the bu...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
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City needs spirit, direction [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
City needs spiri t, direction Retail business in the city of Kent has been deteriorating for the last 10 to 12 years. Many area shops have been forced to close down due to lack of business. In part this problem is due to the success and growth of area malls, which through aggressive advertising and a systematized management program, have lured possible business away from the downtown area. Another factor which has contributed to the city’s decline is simply mismanagement and poor interpretation of the needs of the community. A recent survey conducted by a KSU marketing professor and his students concluded that the problem of parking was perhaps one of the biggest drawbacks to shopping in the downtown area. But whether it is parking, the growth of area malls, or mismanagement; the fact still remains that the downtown business area of Kent is facing rapid decline. Recently, Kent City Council’s community development committee asked the city’s planning department to draft a policy state...
Here and Now Jesse Helms is not invincible [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
Here and Now Jesse Helms is not invincible By MAXWELL GLEN and CODY SHEARER DOZIER, N.C. —The New Right may be in danger of losing its chief cheerleader in Congress Sen. Jesse Helms of North Carolina. If the conservative guru has any national political ambitions, he’d better keep an eye on his home turf. This state’s popular governor, Democrat James B. Hunt Jr., is preparing to torpedo his career in 1984. Such an ambush would be welcome news to moderates and liberals. Helms has been the quintessential obstacle to Democratic programs. He’s snarled SALT II and led the fights against school busing and federal funding of abortions. He even challenged President Reagan’s more moderate appointments to the State and Defense Departments. NEW RIGHT LEADERS won’t even talk about the possibility of a Hunt upset. It makes them too nervous. One such leader, conservative activist Paul Weyrich, abruptly dismisses Hunt. But they know a serious challenge could burden the purist Helms with an uncomfor...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
Letters 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 Women's 'Tupperware' party goes erotic [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 July 1981
Stater Features Women's 'Tupperware' party goes erotic By CHERI KOVESDY Entertainment Editor The group of women gathered in the living room of the small Stow area house for what looked like a Tupperware party. Then the doorbell rang. “Sex Lady!” The “sex lady,” who called herself Veda, entered carrying a large suitcase filled with various sex gadgets and lingerie, asking the question, “How many of you think you know about sex?” Veda, an employee of Lovelay Enterprises, said she didn’t think many of the women actually did know about sex, and said that most women are shy about sex because they are told to behave and act like “ladies.” “NO ONE’S mother ever says, ‘Enjoy yourself,’ ” Veda said. Lovelay Enterprises, which started in January, first advertised through a small advertisement in the Plain Dealer. The company received 150 calls from women for up to three weeks after the advertisement appeared. Veda said that the company representatives have seen 1,500 women since they began, “...