Delivering his remarks to a packed FirstEnergy Auditorium, CNN’s chief media correspondent and anchor of the weekly program “Reliable Sources,” Brian Stelter, talked about the current media environment and delivered 11 keys for ethical journalism in the fake news era in his lecture titled “Telling the Truth in the Age of Alternative Facts.”
Arts & Culture
Kent State University’s School of Art Collection and Galleries and the School of Art host the Student Annual, a student art exhibition on view at the Center for Visual Arts Gallery. The opening reception will take place on March 15 from 5 to 7 p.m. Multiple awards will be announced and will be on view through March 21 at the CVA Gallery, located at 325 Terrace Drive in Kent.
Dillard’s Inc., one of the nation’s premier and largest fashion retailers, will partner with Kent State University’s School of Fashion Design and Merchandising to present the school’s 2019 Annual Fashion Show, FS2.
Crain’s Cleveland Business recently highlighted Kent State University’s new Design Innovation Initiative - and J.R. Campbell, Ph.D., the first executive director of the initiative - which is focused on connecting students from different disciplines to develop new ways of problem solving.
Wick Poetry Center Director David Hassler was featured on 90.3 WCPN ideastream for his creative efforts in organizing the River Stanzas Project. The project pays tribute to the 50 year anniversary of the environmental protections and improvements that have taken place since the Cuyahoga River Burning in 1969.
School of Theatre and Dance department wins multiple awards for program, production and professionals
At the beginning of the 2018-2019 academic year, the School of Theatre and Dance was nationally recognized and added several new awards to its collection, and the Porthouse Theatre, Kent State University's summer professional theatre, also received multiple honors for achievements during the 2018 Season.