Kent State University’s Columbiana County campuses will host Information Nights over the next few weeks for parents and students to learn more about the programs offered locally. Those who attend Information Night and complete the required paperwork will have the $40 application fee waived and receive a free t-shirt.

Kent State East Liverpool’s Information Night is Thursday, April 2, in the Mary Patterson Building, from 5-7 p.m. To reserve your space, call 330-385-3805.

Salem, Ohio —

Kent State University at Salem is holding its third annual FlashDash 5K obstacle race on Saturday, May 16, on the sprawling grounds of the campus on St. Route 45.

Runners of all ages will compete on a beautiful, cross-country trail that includes climbing, crawling and mud obstacles. There will also be a Flash Walk for walkers of all ages.

Registrations are now being accepted at https://commerce.cashnet.com/ruralscholars.

Taste of the World Lunch

Taste of the World is sponsored the the Diversity Advisory Committee. The fun and educational lunch features entertainment and a broad menu of foods that represent the numersous ethnicities and cultures of the world. Students learn about the foods' origins and countries' cultures during the lunch. The event is held in the Student Union.

Interested in creating change for the LGBTQ community? Apply for the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Summer 2013 Fellowship! It's a paid opportunity to make a difference. Go here for more information: http://www.thetaskforce.org/about_us/interns_and_fellows/interns_fellows_descriptions

Living with Autism

inspiring presentation by speaker Sean Barron, who is the co-author of two books about autism. Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) at the age of five, he will share with us his experiences living with this difference.]]>

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