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Samantha Lough, a sophomore journalism major, ran her first a 5k after her stroke on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015.

Life after a stroke: Finding strength and determination

Alexis Wohler December 3, 2015

At 17-years-old and a senior in high school, Samantha Lough, now a sophomore journalism major, was focused on her graduation and on her softball scholarship to Capital University in Columbus. On the day...

How concentrations can affect the jobs students can get

Alexis Wohler November 16, 2015

Many majors at Kent State provide a number of concentrations to give students specific skillets in what they want to pursue. In the communication studies major, students can declare different concentrations...

Connie Schultz

Pulitzer Prize winner to join Kent State faculty this spring

Alexis Wohler October 20, 2015

Pulitzer Prize winner Connie Schultz is returning to Kent State’s College of Communication and Information to teach and mentor students in the spring of 2016.Schultz won the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary...

Recipients to be honored in JMC Alumni Awards

Alexis Wohler September 27, 2015

The School of Journalism and Mass Communication (JMC) will host guests and recognize the 2015 winners of The William D. Taylor Award, Fast Track Award and The Sharon Marquis Friend of JMC Award October...

Keynote speaker Frank Ochberg addresses the audience on the effects of PTSD and its effects on journalism in the FirstEnergy Auditorium of Franklin Hall during the 11th annual Media Ethics Workshop on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015.

Ethics workshop focuses on issues trauma in media

Alexis Wohler September 17, 2015

The 11th annual Poynter KSU Media Ethics Workshop Thursday focused on trauma and media in Franklin Hall. As a one-day training program, professionals, educators and students examined critical issues and...

Assistant Professor of Communication Studies Suzy D’Enbeau and Kent State Marketing Assistant Taylor Nickel talk before a Green Dot session on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015. This Green Dot meeting was a special CCI overview training session.

Green Dot session focus on prevention, intervention in violence

Alexis Wohler September 16, 2015

The School of Journalism and Mass Communication (JMC) held a Green Dot overview training session for students to learn about violence prevention on Wednesday in Franklin Hall.The event aimed at students...

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Opinion: End of the school year stress is worth it in the end

Alexis Wohler April 27, 2015

Every year at the two-week mark, as finals are coming upon us, I’m betting almost 100 percent of us feel completely run down, not wanting to care about tests, projects and assignments. But we have to...

Having hope through God

Opinion: Having hope through God

Alexis Wohler April 21, 2015

Have you ever noticed that some people just seem to have that sense of peace and security and even hope in their lives and for their future? Do you wonder where it comes from and how you can obtain that...

Opinion: The Lord’s Passion and Easter

Alexis Wohler April 7, 2015

God’s passion is you. God longs to have a relationship with you and all people as His children. He loved every single one of us so much that he sent his only son Jesus Christ to die on the cross for...

OPINION: Always try to avoid stress as a student

Alexis Wohler February 10, 2015

How many college students feel overwhelmed by the amount of assignments, projects and tests that we get every semester? Assignments and projects can easily wear any student down. It’s important to find...

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