Week of Sept. 11, 2017

Kent State students discuss over lunch at a campus dining location. A new study by Kent State researchers aims to help combat overeating habits using optical illusions on a specially designed plate.
It’s that nagging question you ask yourself every Thanksgiving after you have piled the food sky-high on your plate and savored every last morsel: “What happened? Were my eyes bigger than my stomach?”
Kent State fashion design and business student Madeline Mehler's new clothing business, Sultrie, aims to add to the sustainable fashion movement.
These days, consumers can buy the latest clothing trends quickly and inexpensively. Critics, however, maintain that this “fast fashion” can be detrimental to the environment.
Kent State's Golden Flashes are ready for an exciting football season.
The Kent State University football team is in its 95th season of football. This new hype video debuted at the home opener at Dix Stadium on Sept. 9 when the Golden Flashes took on Howard University.
This fall, Kent State Stark will host students in a newly designed classroom and Virtual Reality Room in Main Hall.
Kent State University at Stark and Kent State University at Tuscarawas have partnered to expand the computer design, animation and game design program.
Herb Page, Kent State’s director of golf and head men’s golf coach, has been selected to serve as one of the head coaches of the International team at the 2018 Arnold Palmer Cup.
Herb Page, Kent State University’s director of golf and head men’s golf coach, has been selected to serve as one of the head coaches of the International team at the 2018 Arnold Palmer Cup in France.