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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Summer Humanities Symposium in works

Aaron Corpora April 30, 2015

Kent State will host “Why the Humanities: Answers from the Cognitive and Neurosciences conference on the importance of the Humanities” July 9-12.The conference will welcome scholars and teachers from...

Wick Poetry Center ‘gives voice’ to local grade students

Aaron Corpora April 29, 2015

Kent State's Wick Poetry Center hosted its 14th annual Giving Voice performance in the Student Center Ballroom on Wednesday night.The performance, which features original poetry by local students grades...

Former US Poet Laureate visits Kent State

Aaron Corpora April 4, 2015

Akron native and former United States Poet Laureate Rita Dove visited Kent State on Thursday as part of the Wick Poetry Center's reading series.Dove spent the day touring the Kent State campus, meeting...

Undergraduate students present research in annual Sociology Symposium

Aaron Corpora March 15, 2015

Kent State hosted the second annual Northeast Ohio Undergraduate Sociology Symposium, “Students Today, Scholars Tomorrow: The Promise of Sociology” on March 14. The symposium welcomed undergraduates...

College of Arts and Sciences calls for artists for Stratosphere competition

Aaron Corpora February 12, 2015

The College of Arts and Sciences is calling artists from across campus to submit artwork for the second annual Stratosphere: a juried art competition.Undergraduate students from any major are encouraged...

Philosophy department stresses program’s values

Aaron Corpora February 11, 2015

Kent State professors in the College of Arts and Sciences are working to end the stigma that a degree in philosophy is no longer of its once-practical value. Deborah Barnbaum, an academic chair in the...

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