Kent State Magazine: Spring 2015
Jeff Kerr, local landscape architect and co-chair of the Cuyahoga River Water Trail Partners, kayaks the Cuyahoga with a group from Kent State to highlight how ecological systems—like rivers—connect, support and add value to a community. Learn more about the Crooked River Commute.
Window on the Future
by Jan Senn
Kent State researcher and inventor John West has created an innovative technology that holds promise for a number of new applications.
A River Runs Through It
by Justin Glanville
Kayakers on the annual Crooked River Commute promote the regional importance of the 100-mile Cuyahoga River connecting Kent and Cleveland.
The effects of World War I on women’s lives and fashions continue to be felt today.
by Jan Senn
We all experience stress, but Kent State experts share some effective ways to overcome its negative impact on our health.
Moments in Time
by Phil Soencksen '89
A selection of archival photos offers a glimpse of Kent State campus life and events from years past.
by Ashley Katona '06, M. Ed. '12
Millennials are next in line to support the future of arts and culture organizations, and arts enthusiast Lauren Kotmel ’11 says her generation is motivated to make a difference.
Julian Bond | Green Energy | Birds-Eye View | Hat Tip | In CHAARG! | Hanging Out
Andrew Wyatt '16 and Garmai Matthew '15 share their experiences studying abroad.
Brenda Oros Smith ’84 | Jeff Smith '99 | Class Notes | Losses
The photography of Lafayette Tolliver '71.