On the cover–In Focus: Anna Hoffman ’15 received a student fellowship from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and traveled to Ireland to cover an underreported story: the threat to the Irish language. Photo by Alex Ledet ’18. Read excerpts from Hoffman's report on the Irish language.
A report on Kent State’s strategic visioning process, which is committed to developing a shared vision for the growth of our one university’s eight campuses.
by Mark Oprea '15
Bobby Selvaggio ’92, Kent State’s director of jazz studies, is encouraging student creativity while keeping innovative jazz alive in Northeast Ohio. Plus Selvaggio's top five jazz standards.
by Jan Senn
We trace the history of how Kent State arrived at its current mascot—with various live animals and a big, hairy caveman at play along the way.
Introducing our new partnership with the Wick Poetry Center’s Traveling Stanzas project—and an invitation for you to contribute to this global conversation.
by Jenni Laidman '77
The future of wearable tech will require experts in both engineering and aesthetics. Kent State tech geeks and fashionistas are learning to collaborate on the cutting edge of innovation.
by Anna Hoffman '15
Why Ireland’s national language is in rapid decline, and what’s at stake if it doesn’t survive.
Dog Walk | Play Smart | Taking the Lead
Going for the Gold: An overview of Kent State University at Stark’s stunning new Science and Nursing Building
What's in the Bag? Kara Wellman ’16 shares her experience studying abroad through the items she carried with her.
Honor Roll | Julian Edelman | Class Notes | In Memory
The “K” Book, a handbook for incoming freshmen, outlined proper conduct, as well as traditions, events and student organizations.
A selection of the photos we received from our contest in the Summer 2015 issue