students

Back in March when Kent State University, like many other higher ed institutions, shifted to remote learning, Kent State of Wellness student ambassadors who had been involved in promoting health and wellness initiatives on campus, stepped up to continue making an impact in their communities. Several months ago...

Plan your path to a successful school year. The beginning of a semester is always a stressful time. Add a pandemic to the mix and a person could become easily overwhelmed. If you are finding yourself stressed or worried about what the semester will bring, remember you are not alone as many students are probably experiencing the same feeling right now. Also, it is important to remember that...

Display of the sign for the "Design is" graduate student show The College of Communication and Information at Kent State University is pleased to announce a gift of $10,000 from Brokaw, an independent, global marketing, advertising and design agency headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. CEO Gregg Brokaw has given the gift in support of the School of Visual Communication Design's Taylor Hall Gallery Exhibitions...

President Warren Shares a Thanksgiving Message      In this video, Kent State University President Beverly Warren delivers a Thanksgiving message to the university community as she celebrates her first Thanksgiving at Kent State. Students, faculty and staff also share what they are thankful for this holiday season.

Kent Campus

Delta Zeta, Kappa Sigma and Phi Kappa Tau perform their skit “Candyland” at the annual Greek Songfest event. Songfest brings the entire Greek community together for a good cause through singing, dancing and acting. On Nov. 15, members of Kent State University’s Greek community organized and participated in Songfest, an annual philanthropy event. Together, they raised $30,000 for Suicide Awareness Voices of Education (SAVE), a national organization dedicated to suicide prevention.   Songfest, which is hosted by the Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic...

Kent Campus

Kent State University students Samantha Phillips, a junior athletic training major from Euclid, Ohio, and Essien Cobham, a senior mathematics and computer science major from Kent, Ohio, were at the right place at the right time to save a life, but it almost didn’t happen.  On Nov. 4, Phillips had planned to walk outside to enjoy the sunny and...