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Kent State Fashion Student Helps Give Back with a Fundraiser.
Kaycee Marshall, a fashion design senior at Kent State University, says she owes a debt of gratitude to Riley Hospital for Children. She has had nine surgeries at the hospital since being born with a spine that was not fully formed.
The United States Post Office, located in the lower level of the Kent Student Center, is finding a creative way to advertise this semester. The Post Office is running a new postcard promotion through the end of September. Postcards created by Signum Design Studio, promoting this...
Thousands of Kent State students took over the Student Green to participate in a  dance party during the back-to-school Blastoff.
Before the fall semester went into full swing on Aug. 26, new students were invited to participate in Welcome Weekend, a four-day orientation program that ran Aug. 22-25 and helped acclimate students to the Kent State University community. The event served as an opportunity for s...
The statistics proving that poverty exists in Columbiana County are alarming and staggering. Still, for many who live above the poverty level, it is difficult to understand the emotional, social and economic impact poverty has on those who live in it every day. The issue became q...
The Kent State University Alumni Association is looking for your help to find exceptional undergraduate students to be a part of the
Kent State University alumnus Ryan Rohrer led eight students to study in Uganda during the Summer Intercession 2013, May 20 through June 7.
Before the fall semester went into full swing on Aug. 26, new students were invited to participate in Welcome Weekend, a four-day orientation program that ran Aug. 22-25 and helped acclimate students to the Kent State University community. The event served as an opportunity for s...
Ten Kent State University students are serving as AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) members in local communities.
Kent State students of Japanese got a crash course in cultural immersion earlier this year, thanks to the efforts of Kent State Professor of Japanese Translation, Judy Wakabayashi, who escorted two different groups to Japan in December 2012 and May 2013.

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