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A stitch in time…

Sonali Kudva January 19, 2010

It was the season to be jolly, a time for family and friends, to reflect the year past and plan the year ahead, to make resolutions and to break them. I hope this column finds you in good cheer — or...

Mired in poverty, the Salvadoran experience

Ben Wolford January 19, 2010

If you are born in Tremedal, you probably won’t ever leave.It takes 45 minutes to drive there on coiled mountain roads from Agua Caliente, El Salvador. Google Maps hasn’t labeled Tremedal on its satellite...

You’re only cheating yourself

DKS Editors January 11, 2010

We have all seen the university’s policy regarding cheating and plagiarism in each syllabus we receive at the beginning of a semester. Some professors read the policy out loud during the first class;...

Oh the things we have learned

DKS Editors December 29, 2009

We learned a lot this semester. So our Bursar's account shows.But we did learn a lot other than what is learned in classes. For example:• No matter how much we hear about swine flu, how terrible it sounds...

A vision for peace

Sonali Kudva December 11, 2009

Today, I'll just use this space to ruminate over some current events that we have been bombarded with lately. Nothing momentous, but it seems that this holiday season is touched by them just the same.President...

A second call for transparency

Ashley Kline December 11, 2009

In addition to transparency regarding tuition, transparency about Kent State's investments is also necessary. In a personal quest to attain information regarding Kent State's investments, I have found...

Letter to the Editor

Robert G. Frank December 11, 2009

Dear Members of the Stater Editorial Board:I appreciate your editorial regarding the importance of good teaching for Kent State University; however, your editorial, and the recent article by Colin Morris,...

My (Republican) pet peeve list

Frank Yonkof December 11, 2009

• Republicans who criticize President Barack Obama for change. Half say there is too much radical change, and the other half claim nothing has changed. You can't have it both ways.• Teabaggers who...

Editorial: Federal college loan program saves money by eliminating private lenders

The Miami Herald September 26, 2009

The overhaul of the federal college-loan program approved last week by the House of Representatives is such a no-brainer that one wonders why it hasn't been done before.It cuts out the middle man by eliminating...

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