1983-03-25; Central Michigan Life
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Central Michigan LIFE Vol.64 No.67 198:»('M LIFK Mount Pleasant. Mich. 48859 16 pages Friday, March 2f». 19M Business school admission rules toughen by MIKE STRONG LIFE Staff Writer A new policy, based on ^rade point average. will tou^hm requirements for admission into core classes in the School of Business Administration. Effective Fall Semester P.tvi. students must have completed 2C> credit hours with a 2.0 minimum ijrade point average before they can enroll in the four pre professional business courses. The four core classes .ire A< count mt; L'01 and 221. Business Law Herniations 2<>2 .md In for ma Show squeezed into Rose tion Systems Analysis 221. said Hubert Hanson, associate dean of the School of Business Ad ministration. Students still will ni ed to have sophomore status, which is 2o credit hours, but under the new policy it will be easier for a sophomore w it h a cs.od k-p.i to ret into the core classes. Hanson said. In the past, a student was admitted into a • ore class based upon the number of credit hours ac cumulated rather than tirade point. Hanson said. Students with more credit hours were i:iu*n top priority, he said "Hv doifi.' this we will do a better job meet inr many students will sii;n up for the core classes.' Hanson said. Students who currently are takini; the cor. class,-s, have not yet been accepted into Ihe pro page 1') Big league promoter to aid PB at concert by ROGER HITTS LIFE Staff Writer After a t.on. ..r htalus. Michigan's k.ni;pin promoting agency -. Detroit based Brass Hini; Productions ret;.rns to Central to produce w hat it hopes will be a profitable rock :i roll concert. For sniiie I'r.ii/raS!! Hoard cos cert w.irk< "-. Brass Hiiid-' presence a! Saturdav's ().-,-*, |n r.'.:ii Osbourne . ..•;. < rt will mean ..-i;.i! attempt::,;' t.- prod fewer headaches and less detail Mel! rill:, sate !*.■■■>. (•>•;,. tow ork out Hose A re r:a . Brass Hnu;'s L.sl proiuot..! Tl;iv-h"w :-,; Id r*r-,i*i concert was a Nazareth slum in be. ..use a i..: .■! tr. i. March H'sl nihilities .tr,. t,:!.,••. i. For others, most r:.. I. i! > L -s. pro Hi.'id. wh;ch ::;.-.i:;s .: ',., duction workers ai.d seciritv thus'- ttia. -so 'a'.. !■' "This show is a lot easier on us because a lot of the responsibilities are taken by Brass Ring, which means a lot less things that we have to worry about." — Marcia Miller, PB concert coordinator :','s"" ■•" ahoat." PH Concert C....rd.:i it.o "il1" ■' Mate; , Miiier said ' ''r' *; 1'.ii! t h.e t h::: ,;s ; i> w or r s a bi >:i t o ••:. i.,r.;.* for 1'ii's Product,..:; 1 '■•"" i e.dd.sator t;,.. r> Mar.-un. '":! i 'to* lists.ur:;.* show will be ''^ "" ■ i' i ..1 t he lari;es! . oncer t s e-. er '""^ :l :.ds;it.d t.. be st.u-.il inside (See "<>//>" --p.ittr 2) Osbourne hospitalized; Central concert still on Od/y's ill although his rua t.adeu.en! s..\s ,• will not ea ncel Sat urda > 's conc-r' at H.s. A : .* is.. Osbourne publicist Kevin K.siad. -.nl tt*. F. m;iish rock sincer t.i: a !,:,;.l:;.*s- : s : : • _ ! . s > durim; a concert v.. Ho. hi..:.:. Ill l'oe-ds. *i:.,h: tKbourne had to skij. h,s ei-cre ■.>■!.■.: ,o:,s a:.l w as take n ! o a io. al hospital A I! tests proved uei;.it!v<. ass! Its!*,,.is. '.s a ~ :. leased Thursdav murium;. Is -....I "')/'/\'s been fii; h? i n.; a bad osd. piss ir hu- i.l.ers." Keune.lv said. "Ihe .*,.;,,*.-::,,*, :•: h.- • hest coupled with his ';: .vv :....r■:.*.■ -dn 1 . •■ he just ran out ot i;,|s." The onlv scheduled cniaert ...n.el.il os : |,e I'.ts I I Kt.oi;; • , :,..,: il'.e !.. ilii;e*.s w as a \\ . ,i*.. s d iv M.'hl p. : lo: v.w... . s ( .; , . *, H.,-. . Wise \ sch.duli.t app'-ara*;< ■■ tot Msrouetie l'h.urs.ia> so; !;■ a! •... w a s « a :.. . |. d. I .'it , t liad sol hind to do a :t h i 1st.,.-irt.e's r. . i st j li:..*ss. Ke :: :,eil\ s.;;,| "l.e n.lsll t leeli:..' Well ..s earl', as last week. s.dsi vs. Ihsim i| the takel sales up there in Mar s*.et'e didst warrant how lar out ot the tour : i.:;l e A e w ou Id ha . e ! o »•>.." i:i-.lli| I !,.■ A < s,.,r oh I t l-l„ a: sr .v as scheduled to a I :.*.e !S Mmilil i'l.asaSt eats*. todav. but Keisiedv s.i ..1 he ,s s :.s,: r. v. ta :i }..- will art u* ' A ll I ea :. s.i . is • hat h r * i! be I I .i ■ r . conn* c. .t.ce r t time." he -,iiil Short slopes It was tbe end of tbe season, but the rei ent *.p'in.| snowfall <pive Larry Piper Bedford tr •■simian l.ihiai* left I .inii Bill Hfilit Carson City |iiiitc.r (above i regf it top .nui lettl one last (tuiru.o to t.n.kle Ihe -.lope-. Thui'.d.e, .it ternoon .it Perry Shorls stadium %&*' Courses being compared for CMU/MTUplan by DAVE ELLIS LIFE Managing Editor Kduc.itors at CMC and M ic hi i;a n 'Tec h tmlni; n.i I l'nu«Tsil\ have i;otti :i .e.t th«*ir academic slide rules and are attempt un; to i;et a new joint fn^ir.ii-riin; program :i uperat :on b\ tall. The educators are compar mi; programs at both um'.. r sides to i.ientif\ where new courses are needed and w here existltu; courses need m.xlificat ion to fit into I he proposed chelnical. electro al and kjeolo^'ical engineering pro/raius M.ti.li He: rs. d, ad ..! the CMC Coliei'.e ol Alls and Sisenct s s.nd he tint with an Mil ' otfi.iai recentl'. and lias outlines ,,; th.* MTC curses li.-iiu; 4-i .mpared to c.,u;'. ale::t CMC ...iirMs Henri, said s,,;:..■ r. •.:*.■ nl a tion >.| math . • • ars. s ma', b. necess.ir's and. to iess.-r e\ lent. si.in.- i tn* mis t r '. ami <■ :u;i nee r i tu; . ou r -. s in.o need modi 1 uat nm s to lit int.. t he program. About si\ new courses s\i|j be needed at Cent ral to make (See "('Ml All! "-pai^l House requests schools review By MINDY NORTON LIFE Ass't. News Editor \ slate lliiiiM* Committee is askini; I or an independent council to st s.i *. M ichira u's colleges and mu'. >*r * 11 i.*s tor w a> s toeas,* program di.pla at :oii a nd f i n.i n. ial burdens 1 he ('iillei;.' and diversities Committee sent th.e luil House a Vt solut ;••:: Weiines.lav request, to; I i.e. . .! allies Hlanchard to appoi nt a .oun.si to stu.iv Michigan's 1 .'. public universities. '_'!> cotutnunitv • oilei'es and ."it. private «*o!lei;es. I Ilat'uha rd has evpress.*.) interest tfiat an independent council be lor n ;ed to look into w a> s to deal uith t he i nst it u t mils' t ma ticial .lit lie ult I-*-, caused bs del. r. s and cuts m slate fundi n-.;. Hep Hlllh MrN.llli. e. H llddn.n.h in said it is espe.-iall*. important coll. i*. - it proi;ra ms i. in:., ess.. i*i |\ l,r*.\ui-i* sl.di ! "F.ai-h <*oliei_;e has Us own plan." -!• 1 fiat fits ,n w ith the w hole plan dor ! h. -I " We don't hav .* a 11 . e '. . a! ■•: a I i M< Nairn e a.lded. i'r.sident Harold Abel -ast h. th.nl could be a problem m so;:u hi:'h !. i Is iiiucfi I un.b:u;. I t hmk if an ett.d ! :- ;:. id, to -:..;■ v: I." Abel s.,;d !*>. e ' Mini V ' p.ll-e Iti) Hearing set for Kinney closing by RHODE MIEL LIFE Staff Writer parents i;r.mp formed to fu;ht tfie closing ..I Kinni*>. t.L'tt N. Kinnev. ! iled a re.pies' for an in A hearini; to deed. U an m junction ai;amst Ihe closmi; of dit'.ction will be granted ai/anist t he elernentarv school March 1 ^ tie .-losim; of Kinnev Fleinen The re.juest was fib d ill tar> School fias been set for Mount I'le.is.int ,u;ai:ist the \prii I Mount Pleasant Board of F.duca Person.ili/ed Kducatu.n in t ion and Superintend!' nt Hubert Neighborhood Schools. a Jar.son. 1'KNS Atforney Andrew .v.v* elemental''. .■ ia- .-rooms [,,r ., Marks filed the request, chum 2U>ear p.-r.od. -.cl I h. sets*..I uu; tfie s.-h-ool could Lot be clos In >a rd's a I I. •: t.ev .1 ai:n s S 1 em ed under an ai;r.*enieiit lor a Marks i> . .u t ot I ..w n a n.i culr! feii.-ral buildiiu; sU.:.e.i ti;. tfie not be : e.-.clied !..r .*. imment liiunl ill l'.*(i:l Ihe aj.plieati.it. was used t,( The re.juest filed bv Marks u<-pnr«* t he old Mount Pleasant claims tfie b.sir.i. f>> su;[.im; the Post Offn out !2i»S Cniversitv appbc-ation with the federal sv h.cti now s. r\.s as if:,- school government, agreed not to close Oee " Kinnev"- -- p.\gv lb' In Brief L Registration niaterials for Fall Smu-strr are available in the I'niversity Center Bookstore. Campus A new business cur rieulum has been sparked by increased student demand. page :$ A group of faculty from Western Michigan University toured Central, page :t Sports Corunna swamped Kingsford in a (Mass H quarterfinal Wednesday at Rose Arena, page 12 Index i." Art s and I.eisu I e ... . Classifieds Comment Hotel America Off the Wire Sports Spotlife l.~. Weather I". V.
|Title||1983-03-25; Central Michigan Life|
|Publisher||Students of Central Michigan University|
|Description||Friday, March 25, 1983 issue of the student newspaper of Central Michigan University. Also known as CM-Life. Originally published biweekly. Later published three times a week during the academic year and once a week during the summer. Began publication in 1941. Previously known as Central State Life. Issues from 1999 to the present are available online at the CMLife website.|
|Subject/Keywords||Central Michigan University - Newspapers; Mount Pleasant (Mich.) - Newspapers; Isabella County (Mich.) - Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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