From grapes to glass, Kent State Ashtabula’s viticulture and wine programs have partnered with a winery and launched a wine label to help students gain real-world experience.
Bea McPherson, BS ’43, talks about her time as a military mapmaker during WWII and what it means to her today.
See the opening of the new Integrated Sciences Building at the Kent Campus.
Luwela Esube describes his life before coming to the United States and shares his poem "My Grandfather."
It’s a new year, and there are many new beginnings at Kent State University. Our new Integrated Sciences Building, which opened in the fall on the Kent Campus, provides a wonderful space for students to explore the sciences and collaborate together to meet the world’s challenges.
Our viticulture and enology program at Kent State Ashtabula announced a new partnership with a local winery that gives students hands-on experience, including the production and bottling of a new Kent State Ashtabula wine label.
Kent State experts from a variety of disciplines are researching new topics of interest to anyone who wants to make the most of their golden years—and they have some advice to share with you.
Speaking of optimal aging, 96-year-old Bea McPherson, BS ’43, could surely be a poster child for a life well-lived.
To celebrate our new partnership with Laurello Vineyards and the launch of the Kent State Ashtabula wine label, we’ve hidden a small image of a black squirrel on three pages of our print magazine. Those who find it qualify for a drawing to win a prize. See the table of contents in your print edition for an example of what it looks like!
If you find it, send us an email at email@example.com, listing the three page numbers and places it appears, plus your name and mailing address. The winner of the random drawing will receive a gift card for Laurello Vineyards. For rules and eligibility requirements see www.kent.edu/magazine/rules. Cheers!