The Kent State University Bookstore is the perfect place for students to find exactly what they're looking for with its array of Kent State gear, books and electronics. But with all those choices in there, have you ever wondered what the top sellers are? We wondered, so we asked.
Kent State University senior Carlton “CeeJay” Scott Jr. can barely contain his excitement when he talks about his upcoming study-abroad experience at the American University in Cairo, Egypt. The food, the people, the ancient pyramids – Scott’s goals are to create a short film while he is away, learn to speak Arabic and, hopefully, to expand his cooking repertoire with new tastes and flavors of the Middle Eastern culture.
The Kent State University Board of Trustees approved the establishment of a new master’s degree that will help meet two decades of sustained growth in the broad field of conflict studies. The new Peace and Conflict Studies major within the Master of Arts degree will be offered in person on the Kent Campus and will prepare students for careers as practitioners in the fields of peace and conflict management and for doctorate study.
Hop on board as Kent State President Todd Diacon engages with Elizabeth Smith-Pryor, associate professor of history with Kent State’s College of Arts and Sciences, as she conducts research on the impact of the Urban League.
In over 100 years of football, Kent State University has had the honor of sending roughly 50 players to the National Football League. With the 2022-23 football season underway, what better time to celebrate them than to honor these legends who graced the field at Dix Stadium before making their mark in the NFL?
In every Kent State University video commercial there are students. Students are the face of Kent State. But students do more than participate as talent in front of the camera. They help plan, record and edit these videos. And let us say, these videos take longer than you think to create.
The Kent State University Press publishes dozens of titles each year, from crime fiction and poetry to history and biographies, all of which make for great holiday gift giving.
“We’ve had a stellar lineup of titles for 2022, including two books with KSU's Wick Poetry Center: ‘Dear Vaccine,’ which was featured on the PBS NewsHour, and ‘Sister Tongue,’ winner of the Wick Poetry Award,” said Julia Wiesenberg, marketing and sales manager for The Kent State University Press.
On Friday morning, Kent State issued an advisory to the community about a fire that erupted at the former Star of the West mill in downtown Kent. Though the smoke is visible from campus, there is no danger on campus as the fire is contained to downtown.