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KSU, Bank One reach agreement over branch [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
KSU, Bank One reach agreement over branch By RICH JORDAN KSU will finally be getting a bank in the lobby of the Student Center. A “tentative” agreement has been reached with Bank One of Ravenna to build a 250-square-foot bank facility in the lobby of the center, said James Shaw, director of business services. THE BANK will cover all costs of construction of the outlet and pay KSU $75,000 in rent over the next five years. Shaw said Bank One must get prior approval from the federal banking commission, but construction will begin next May and be completed before fall semester, ’B2. The sending out of bids was approved by the KSU Board of Trustees at its meeting June 11. The contract was to go to the highest bidder. Vice President for Business Affairs Richard Dunn told the trustees *hat the bank branch would be used for check cashing by students and certain university accounts.
Attendance low; Senate cuts quorum [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
Attendance low; Senate cuts quorum By WENDY STELLER Summer quorum at Student Senate meetings has been reduced from five to three. The senate, with five members present, voted on the change at a meeting July 13. Low attendance at the meetings was given as the reason for the change. The Senate postponed voting on All University Hearing Board selection until the entire Senate can meet, possibly during freshman week. Communications Chairman Kevin Dickson said it was the group’s consensus that is would be improper to vote on an issue of this nature with only a select group of senators present. In other business, the Senate also heard a fund request from BUS for $lBO to pay postage costs on mailings for freshman week. The Senate referred BUS to New Student Orientation to see if their letter could be inserted into the freshman packets to save postage. The senate also appointed Rebecca Larson to serve as intern under Senator Gayle Meyer. Meetings for the rest of the summer were set for July...
Stater goes weekly [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
Stater goes weekly This will be the final edition of the biweekly Summer Kent Stater. Beginning next week the Stater will come out only on Thursdays. Putting out the paper twice a week instead of once was a time limited experiment in an effort to bring you all the news, features, sports and entertainment possible. We invite any comments and criticisms you may have concerning either how the experiment went, or any other current issue.
AGENDA-July 16-July 22 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
AGENDA-July 16-July 22 Thursday Tie Dyeing The Kidz Crafts “Tie Dyeing” will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in 224 Student Center. Crafts cost $.75 and materials are provided. The Point The film, “The Point,” will be shown at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. in the Kiva. Admission is $.75. Band Concert The Kent State University Communiversity Band will perform at 7 p.m. on the outdoor stage near the KSU School of Music. The audience should bring blankets and lawn chairs for outside seating. Admission is free. Arturo Ui The KSU Summer Theatre presents “Arturo Ui,” to be performed at the Wright-Curtis Theatre at 8 p.m. Tickets are $3.50 with a $2 discount for those with a KSU ID and a $ 1 off for Faculty/Staff. Vocal Recital The Blossom Festival School will sponsor a vocal recital by KSU students. The time of the event is 8:30 p.m. at the Carl F.W. Ludwig Recital Hall in the Music and Speech building. Admission is free. Sunday Chamber Music Chamber Music will be performed in the Carl F.W. Lud...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
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Klein case arrest made [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
Klein case arrest made A man has been arrested in Winter Springs Fla., in connection with the slaying of KSU student Paul Klein, 21, of 2535 Warwick Rd,, Cleveland. Glen Demello, 22, a resident of Hartford, Conn, was charged with larceny for possession of stolen property, and is being extradited to Connecticut. He was driving a car belonging to Klein when he was arrested in Florida. No other charges have been filed, said Lt. John Teleski, of the Hartford Police Department. Klein’s body was found June 30 in the Connecticut River. He was assaulted before the drowning, but a motive has not been established, police said. Klein, a senior theater major, was working as an intern with a theater group at the University of Connecticut.
Cleveland stays on route [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
Cleveland stays on route The Campus Bus Service will be continuing its experimental summer bus service to Cleveland throughout the summer sessions at KSU. The bus service will run until Aug. 21 with buses leaving the Student Center at 7 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. They go to Mt. Sinai Hospital in Cleveland and leave there at 8:10 a.m. and 5:40 p.m., making all usual stops around campus when they return. Tickets are $3.50 one-way and $6 round trip and can be purchased at the bus-service at Moulton Hall. Also available are Cleve-land-area bus and transit route schedules. Those who purchase a ticket for the 7 a.m. trip must have the exact change because there is no change available at the office that early, said Pam Tausch, public relations director for the bus service.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
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Britain's ills stem from frustration and discontent [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
Britain's ills stem from frustration and discontent The violence and terror that once were outrageous aberrations in Britain now reign undaunted in the city streets. The tumult in Parliament and the continuing eruptions in the streets have shaken Britain’s complacency about their country’s gentle democracy. Although these ugly confrontations have not, as of yet, produced any deaths; their intensity and magnitude have not lessened either since their inception on July 3. As the riots have spread from neighborhoods in London to distant country towns, the causes of the unrest have grown in number. Racism, poverty, politcal extremism, criminal behavior and class warfare weave a network of discontent and frustration that breeds the unrest that racks that nation. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has responded in defense of her austere economic policies by emphasizing law and order and insisting that survival of a free society depends on obedience to the law. Tell that to an ugly mob of rio...
Viewpoints Parking changes are needed [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
Viewpoints Parking changes are needed By BILL BRYAN Stater Columnist Kent City Council should give serious consideration to a request made last spring by downtown merchants to relax the city’s two-hour parking limit in the downtown business district. This request was just one of several submitted by the merchants with the backing of the Chamber of Commerce and is designed to help revitalize declining businesses, which are currently being studied by a council-appointed committee consisting of merchants. Dawn Barker, president of the Kent Chamber of Commerce, and others. While all the proposals are important to the merchants, the one which would have the greatest effect on local students is the elimination of the two-hour parking limit, especially in the evening. ANYONE WHO OWNS a car and spends much time patronizing any of the town’s 52 watering holes has probably at one time or another returned to his or her automobile following a night on the town only to find that the city’s meter...
Stater Letters Financial aid recipients – Wake up! [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
Stater Letters Financial aid recipients - Wake up! President Reagan’s proposed budget cuts cast doom upon all financial aid recipients. These students who come from lower income households depend upon this aid to help pay their tuition and college costs. Last year, one out of every four college students —more than four million in all —received some form of aid. Approximately 17,460 of these students were at KSU. This fall, however, financial aid students can expect to receive much less. How much less? Although only one cut has been finalized, Congress is currently debating the exact amount of this fall’s financial aid cuts. Think of it as a baseball game, and you as the (middleincome class) batter. There’s the pitch...and “strike-one”: your Pell Grant (formerly the Basic Educational Opportunity Grant) is automatically cut by $BO this fall. This means that the maximum Pell Grant award you can receive drops from $1750 (the 1980-81 academic year amount) to $1670 this falleven though yo...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 16 July 1981
State-r-ment To: California home owners. Re: Your opposition to the spraying of the pesticide Malathion. Try it. It will be good for what’s bugging you. Lettets 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. %mm% i % n a kxxxxxxxxxxxxsobi Make your voice heard! Write a letter to the Stater.