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Kent State University international relations junior Beatrice Cahill-Camden poses with Hillary Clinton during her internship at Clinton campaign national headquarters in New York City. For Kent State University international relations junior Beatrice Cahill-Camden, moving to New York meant more than just experiencing the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple —it meant gaining political experience at the national level. During the 2016 election, Cahill-Camden worked as a correspondence intern on the Hillary Clinton presidential...

International Cook offKent State international students compete for the prize of “best dish” at the sixth annual International Cook-off competition. The free event is held each November at the end of International Education Week. Teams representing Bangladesh, Brazil, India, Nepal, Saudi Arabia and South Korea participated this year. */ /*-->*/      

Kent State University Associate Professor Donald Gerbig is shown with his Distinguished Teaching Award. Kent State University Associate Professor Donald Gerbig believes that teaching should focus on the students’ success. While this philosophy is not unique among educators, it is the difference in how Gerbig puts that belief to practice that has earned him Kent State’s Distinguished Teaching Award. Gerbig has been nominated by students for the...

The Kent State University Airport employees gather around donations from their fifth annual Props-4-Paws collection event this fall The Kent State University Airport hosted its fifth annual Props-4-Paws collection event this fall and doubled its goal, collecting 5,434 pounds of supplies, including toys and 6,213 cans of food for animals for Portage and Summit county animal shelters and rescue organizations. Each year, the airport collects supplies for animal shelters in the...