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Haymaker Farmers’ Market starts its’ summer season for the 29th year

Brynne Mann Reporter May 15, 2021

The Haymaker Farmers’ Market is kicking off is 29th year in downtown Kent with its summer season on Franklin Avenue every Saturday. The summer season features a wide variety of vendors with fresh produce,...

Genevieve Menyhart (right) poses in her cap and gown as she graduates from her living room with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography in May 2020. Menyhart is a wedding photographer and is hopeful for the future of wedding photography this summer.

The class of COVID-19: 2020 graduates navigate the lasting impacts of graduating during a pandemic

Zoë Blank Reporter May 6, 2021

College graduation is called commencement because it’s supposed to be a new beginning, but COVID-19 posed new challenges for the class of 2020.  A June 2020 study found that millions of students worldwide...

Caroline Henneman tweeted on March 10, letting students in need know to contact her for rides to the grocery store and other help locating food resources during this time. 

Flashes take care of Flashes: students helping students in a time of need

The COVID-19 outbreak has been spreading rapidly and affecting the lives of many people in its path. With event cancellations, public buildings closing, quarantines and social distancing being the hot...

Learning a second language: Research helps improve methods of teaching

Caroline Henneman April 12, 2018

Kent State sponsors student and professional research programs each year, providing about 30 million dollars annually in extramural funding, like conference support and grants, for research.The Department...

Josiah Murphy displaying research on the difficulty behind Chinese students pronunciation of English pronouns.

Art of teaching English as a second language

Caroline Henneman April 5, 2018

Though the College of Education, Health and Human Services hosts the majority of aspiring teachers on Kent's campus, the department of English provides a teaching program unlike that taught in White Hall.Teaching...

New summer course offered by the Women’s Studies Program

Caroline Henneman March 16, 2018

The Women’s Studies Program is now offering a specialized class discussing the impact of feminism movements Time’s Up and #MeToo for a portion of this upcoming summer semester.From June 11 to July...

The ESL Center continues its fight with the language barrier for second session

Caroline Henneman March 11, 2018

The Kent State English as a Second Language (ESL) Center is preparing for its rigorous second session of classes. Students who come to Kent and do not speak English as their first language, are required...

Sony Ton-Aime teaches students how to use words to describe how they feel.

A man with a vision: Sony Ton-Aime

Caroline Henneman February 24, 2018

Kent State University’s Wick Poetry Center provides a creative outlet for the Akron refugee and immigrant community through its "Traveling Stanzas" project.North Hill, Akron, is home to a wide variety...

The Kent State Orchestra highlights student talent

Caroline Henneman February 17, 2018

The Kent State University Orchestra performed Feb. 16 to highlight student talent from the annual concerto competition held in November at Cartwright Hall.Director Jungho Kim led the Kent State Orchestra...

The crowd marches through the streets of Cleveland as they lift flags and signs during the Womens March Jan. 20, 2018.

An art of war: the Women’s March

Caroline Henneman February 3, 2018

Women and allies across the nation armed themselves with posters, witty slogans and "pussy hats" Jan. 20 for the second annual Women’s March.Though there is no way of obtaining the exact number of people...

Wick Poetry Center hosts World Poetry Reading installment

Caroline Henneman January 26, 2018

Kent State’s Wick Poetry Center hosts another installment to the World Poetry Reading series on Feb. 14.  Speakers from 15 different countries will come to recite poetry from their respected country...

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