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Kent State University students gather at the site where one of four slain students was shot on May 4, 1970, during a student protest of the Vietnam War.

U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell has announced the designation of the Kent State University May 4, 1970, Site as a National Historic Landmark. The site joins more than 2,500 historic places that bear the national distinction. “As we approach the 50th anniversary of May 4, 1970, this recognition compels us to fully claim ou...

Find out how Kent State University is a destination for adults and student veterans.

Find out why Kent State University is a destination for adult and student veterans.          ...

Salem winners

Kent State University at Salem held its fall Undergraduate Research Conference, an event that recognizes students for their research and allows them to share what they learned through discussions with the academic staff. The conference is open to all undergraduates in any discipline and any for-credit course on any Kent State campus. Facu...

It's a Brand New Gameday on Jan. 21

Join colleagues, students, alumni, donors and community members on Saturday, Jan. 21, at the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center (MAC Center) to cheer on our Golden Flashes as Kent State Athletics launches its new branding and a whole new gameday experience. The new gameday activities and additions will be unveiled at the Kent Stat...