Student Organizations

Kent State University students practice their egaming skills prior to Kent State’s First Esports Tournament on May 5, 2018. If you enjoy playing video games – you are a hobbyist. If you enter competitions – you are a gamer. If you like to watch others play – you are a fan. Together, all three make up esports, one of the fastest growing industries in the world - playing games such as Counter Strike, League of Legends, Overwatch and HearthStone Heroes of Warcraft....

Kent State architecture students form a group to design and build environments for animal shelters, at no cost. Some Kent State University architecture students are using their talents and skills to design more than brick and mortar; they are constructing hope for the furry friends that may not have much left. A group of Kent State architecture students formed a student organization they named “KSU Barkitecture.” They design and build environments for...

Kent State architecture students form a group to design and build environments for animal shelters, at no cost. The semester ended on a high note for Kent State University’s contemporary a cappella singing group. Dressed in their blue and gold, the Kent Clarks recently shared their talent on the plaza of NBC’s “Today Show.” The 16-member group sang a mix of Top 40 hit songs on the show before heading inside the studio to watch Lady Antebellum...

The members of the Kent Clarks, a Kent State student organization, hold an evening practice session in the Center for the Performing Arts to prepare for a performance at the White House. A Kent State University student a cappella singing group spent part of their holiday break traveling to Washington, D.C., to perform for President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama. The Kent Clarks, an organization made up of students pursuing all types of majors who share the desire to create and perform, sang at the White House on Dec....

The members of the Kent Clarks, a Kent State student organization, hold an evening practice session in the Center for the Performing Arts to prepare for a performance at the White House. A Kent State University student a cappella singing group spent part of their holiday break traveling to Washington, D.C., to perform for President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama. The Kent Clarks, an organization made up of students pursuing all types of majors who share the desire to create and perform, sang at the White House last...