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OPINION: Until leaders dismantle their own violent systems, we’ll keep burying hazing victims

Lyndsey Brennan Opinion Writer April 3, 2021

Some fraternities are dangerous places that harbor dangerous people. This isn’t a preposterous or malicious assertion. It is a fact.We were reminded of it again last month when 20-year-old BGSU sophomore...

Kent State will receive funding previously halted due to forced pandemic cuts.

Kent State resumes collecting state funds after forced pandemic cuts

Ian Jameson Reporter February 6, 2021

Kent State will receive state funding previously halted in May due to forced pandemic cuts. Kent State hopes introducing state money will allow for better management of pandemic expenses and for lost revenue. “The...

Panel explores role of music in social movements

Lauren Garczynski November 17, 2017

The School of Journalism and Mass Communication (JMC) and the College of Communication and Information hosted its inaugural panel in a series of conversations discussing media in movements in Franklin...

Guest Column: It’s just a game

Richard Mulhall March 6, 2016

This past Saturday the Akron Beacon Journal sent me to Cuyahoga Falls High School to cover the girl’s basketball Division III Cuyahoga Falls Regional Final between Gilmour Academy and Chippewa High School.Though...

University of Akron President Scott Scarborough gives his report to the UA Faculty Senate during their meeting on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016 in Akron, Ohio. Later in the meeting the senate voted and affirmed a resolution of no confidence in Scarborough. 

UA’s board considers president’s actions

Olivia Minnier, Angelo Angel February 16, 2016

The University of Akron Faculty Senate’s overwhelming vote of no confidence in President Scott Scarborough’s administration last week have now been a topic of serious discussion in the latest board...

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Kent State professor pleads not guilty to felony charges, posts bond

Matthew Merchant September 1, 2015

Willie Harrell, Jr., a Kent State English professor, pled not guilty to two felony charges and posted bond Monday in Akron Municipal Court, according to the Akron Beacon Journal.Harrell, 44, was charged...

Our View: The worst public transparency crisis since the last time around

DKS Editors April 20, 2014

University officials have declared they’re done talking about the presidential search that found President-Elect Beverly Warren. We wish we could be done too.We wish we didn’t have to remind the top...

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