Kansas Technical Institute - Liasion Yearbook (Salina, KS)

 - Class of 1984

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Page 7 text:

'MW X 1983 DO YCDU REMEMBER ?

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KTI TECHNOLOGY CENTER i The new building at K.T.l. will be the 3.2 million dollar technology center. When completed, the building will have 30,000 square feet, expandable to 180,000 square feet. The center is expected to be completed in 1985. At that time, the civil and mechanical technologies will move in. The center will also house the library, a resource center, and many classrooms. The new building will be directly in front of the computerfelectronics building.



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IANUARY. Pres. Reagan declared Times Beach, MO, a federal disaster disaster area due to dioxin contamination. Two women were apponted to the Presidential Cabinet, Elizabeth Dole as secretary of transportation, and Margaret Heckler as secretary of health and human services. FEBRUARY. The independent truckers went on strike for 11 days. The S13 million racehorse, Shergar was stolen in Ireland. MARCH. William Ruckelshaus became head of the Environmental Protection Agency. Barney Clark, the first man to receive a permanent artificial heart, died after 112 days of life with the implant. APRIL. A bomb, which exploded by the US Embassy in Beruit, killed 63 people, including 17 Americans. The space shuttle Challenger made its first voyage into space. MAY. The National Council of Catholic Bishops accepted a letter calling for the stop of the nuclear weapons race. The South was besieged with floods, hail, and tornadoes. ,Q 1 QA IUNE. Pope lohn Paul ll returned to ' Mft' Poland for a visit. The US Supreme Court upheld its decision to permit abortion. The Challenger carried the first American woman astronaut, Sally Ride, into space on its second voy- age. lULY. Rep. Gerry Studds of MA and Philip Crane of Rl admitted to sexual relations with 17-year-old pages. AT8iT gained tentative approval for the split-up. Communist rulers in Po- land lifted the 19 month-long martial law. Q M 'AY f M, V1 ' tx X .A Nth' ' 'W' . 5' - z ' an if fp' 4- '-am ,Q ' -'QLWUQ my-,,, uw Q

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