East Liverpool took home the traveling plaque by winning the sixth annual Kent State Columbiana County Classic with a 66-50 score over Salem High School on the Quakers home court. With the win, the Potters tied the series at 3-3.
The second-year students of the occupational therapy assistant program from Kent State East Liverpool took a lot of what they are learning and incorporated it into activities for children at the Lighthouse Kids Learning Center in Wellsville.
The Radiologic Technology Club from the Kent State Salem Campus collected money and 100 boxes of macaroni and cheese that it donated to the Second Harvest Food Bank in Mahoning County.
Students, faculty and campus employees contributed to the collection.
Kent State University at Salem held its fall Undergraduate Research Conference, an event that recognizes students for their research and allows them to share what they learned through discussions with the academic staff.
Dr. Sheren Farag has spent years researching how crops, plants, trees and vegetation grow. She is also passionate about teaching and designing agricultural and horticultural curriculum for college students. And she is open to innovation and new technology.