Points of View is VCD's first homegrown Film Club! Every week we will be screening a pivotal or milestone film from an iconic director. Intended to foster community within the VCD student and faculty bodies and encourage dialouge around design and creative communication; all VCDers are welcome!
Bio-fit club is your perfect dose of biology and fitness. You wouldn't want to run your car on bad oil, and your body isn't much different. The premise of Bio-fit club is to educate and discuss about drugs and supplements used in the fitness industry. These include, but are not limited to, caffeine, L-arginine, Beta-alanine, creatine, and glutamine. When you go shopping for your next round of supplements, know what you're buying rather than just getting it because your roommate said it was great. Meetings will highlight specific compounds and facets such as:
- Safe/excessive doses
- Pathways in the body
- Personal experiences
Whether you study chemistry, biology, nutrition, or even if you just want to know more about the industry and what you put into your body, you are open to join!
to be announced
Open to all majors and students of Kent State
The purpose of this organization is to bring people together in order to express their ideas and opinions. Discussions focusing on the diversity of cultures and sub-cultures around the world will be held, providing knowledge to the members and creating an open-minded society, against monoculture and social exclusion. The purpose of this organization is to bring people together in order to express their ideas and opinions. Discussions focusing on the diversity of cultures and sub-cultures around the world will be held, providing knowledge to the members and creating an open-minded society, against monoculture and social exclusion.
2nd Wednesday of each month. 11am to noon. Library Study Room, Founders Hall, Tuscarawas Campus
We provide a safe place for feminists to meet and discuss relevant feminist issues. Our goals are to raise awarness about these issues on campus and provide support to local and national feminist groups.
We meet on Wednesdays, bi-weekly, at 6:30 p.m. in Bowman Hall, 224.
The RRGC strives to create an open community of gamers to explore, discuss, play, and promote all aspects of tabletop roleplaying games. By participating in such activities, club members hope to share their passion and knowledge with the greater campus community, fostering a critical engagement with identity and roleplay. The club plans to raise awareness of the multiple roles we play on a daily basis, how we negotiate those roles, and to demystify the process of roleplay and address misconceptions about roleplaying games.
The Technology Club provides an environment that encourages creative thought and enhances knowledge in the world of technology. The club provides a forum for the discussion of common technological issues, computer solutions and provides for the exchange of ideas and experiences between the club members and the community.
A group designed to unite students on campus who play the video game "Overwatch" by Blizzard, and to help these students find others to play with.
This group is open to all kent state students who play on campus, regardless of what system he or she choses to play on.
Most likely will take place every other Sunday
Must be a current Kent State Student.
To provide an on-campus community for LGBTQ students and others who are interested in learning about the community and to provide a safe place to meet others like them. The group will be used to educate students and staff about the issues and stigmas that LGBTQ students face here at school and in the community. We would work with others in the area to plan events and fundraise for the organization.
Every other Tuesday at 4PM in Classroom Building Rm. 161
“Flashport Florence” will strive to be an organization, by students and for students, which will work to promote the awareness of the Kent State Study Abroad Program , in a manner that is both socially inclusive and efficient, which a majority of students and Global Education staff members believe is needed. Flashport Florence will also serve to establish a unique, large and close knit social brand around the organization, for purposes pertaining to establishing a community/network between all Kent State Study Abroad students; present, past and future. By establishing two separate departments within the organization (Digital Marketing and Campus Relations), which shall contain a sufficient number of members, Flashport Florence will aim to cover all bases and employ a multitude of different social and digital mediums to achieve the goals mentioned above.
The Kent Student Composers Society is a non-profit student organization dedicated to helping KSU students write, share, and show the world their music. At meetings, students will talk in a friendly and supportive environment about their own music, writing process, and ideas. The society will also work to put undergrad students in touch with professional composers and performers of new music.
Meetings will be held on a monthly basis; time TBD.
Must display an interest and passion for writing music and be able to attend meetings.