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HR Like a Boss is John Bernatoviczs new book inspired from a lecture he gave at the university in 2018. (Courtesy of John Bernatovicz)

Alumnus’ ideas comes to life through new book

Lex Ogilvie, Reporter October 20, 2023

Even though John Bernatovicz graduated from college in 1996, being a Golden Flash continues to drive him in his professional life.  In 2018, Bernatovicz stood in front of an audience of over 100 business-concentrated...


Anthony Behar March 4, 2021

A copy of Dr. Seuss’ “If I Ran The Zoo” seen on a spinner rack inside Strand Book Store, one of six books which will no longer be published due to hurtful representation of certain people and cultures,...

Arrows placed on the floor to guide those coming to get tested to the check-in center. Photo by Alexandra Golden.

Ohio pandemic team holds free COVID-19 testing event in Kent

Alexandra Golden Reporter January 29, 2021

Kent State University partnered with the city of Kent and the Ohio Pandemic team to offer free COVID-19 testing to the community. The testing took place on Thursday, Jan. 28, and Friday, Jan. 29 from...

Cameron Gorman headshot

OPINION: The burning underground

Cameron Gorman December 20, 2018

There’s something magical about liking something that’s not part of the “mainstream.” It’s a joke by this point — I liked this thing before it was cool. I wear 3D glasses with the lenses popped...

Drew Taylor

Opinion: Clinton makes the wrong move with new book

Drew Taylor September 16, 2017

 I’m not ashamed to admit Hillary Clinton was not my primary choice in last year’s presidential election. I have retweeted “Bernie would have won” more times than I can count, and I believe that...

Ariel VanNatters book cover illustration. 

Local authors pen children’s book about black squirrel’s origin in Kent

Benjamin VanHoose February 14, 2016

If there’s one thing everyone who has set foot on Kent State’s campus is familiar with, it’s the black squirrel. The little critters have practically taken over Kent, rising in popularity and becoming...

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