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Incoming PBS Western Reserve CEO and Kent alumna Natalie Pillsbury

Natalie Pillsbury, who earned both a bachelor’s degree in 2007 and a Master of Public Administration in 2023 from Kent State University, will begin her new role on March 20.

Close up of Sydney Weber taking a photo.

Kent State senior Sydney Weber sees extraordinary images through her lens and an exciting career in her future. 

Photos of the We the People display in downtown Cuyahoga Falls

Kent State University is merging research with global connections in the Global Understanding Research Initiative (GURI). The recently displayed “We the People” and the upcoming “Import/Export” exhibition provide cultural kaleidoscopes with local and international reflectors.

Kent State senior Gianna DaPra in the TV2 Studio

The Hearst Journalism Awards — widely known as the Pulitzer Prizes of Collegiate Journalism — recently recognized Kent State senior Gianna DaPra in the nation’s top 10 for television features.

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Students work in the TV2 production area in Franklin Hall during a live broadcast of the news.

Gretchen Dworznik shares her opinion on how the current age of politics is strengthening the study and practice of journalism.