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President Diacon takes the stand to share of his experience of finding out about coronavirus in Florence.

Amid coronavirus fears, Faculty Senate is thinking ahead

Wyatt Loy Reporter March 9, 2020

Professors, faculty senators and university vice presidents packed the rows of the Governance Chambers, all looking for answers to mounting concerns about COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus.At the...

ROTC addresses sexual assault, harassment, prejudice in Army

Kathryn Monsewicz October 25, 2017

Clad in full uniform, Kent State’s Army ROTC cadets hustled into the Governance Chambers Wednesday to take a break from their military drills and tactics to address something that is an unfortunate occurrence...

PRIDE! Kent discusses influential LGBTQ women in history

Nicholas Garisto March 11, 2016

PRIDE! Kent discussed influential women of LGBTQ history during their meeting on March 10. Textbooks often overlook women in history, especially LGBTQ women. PRIDE executives shared the lives of some...

BUS and USG debate racism resolutions

Hannah Armenta December 4, 2014

Two members of Kent State’s Undergraduate Student Government stormed out of the organization’s meeting after a heated debate with members of Black United Students Wednesday night.Kevin Otubu, the director...

PRIDE! honors victims at Transgender Day of Remembrance vigil

Gabrielle Martinez November 21, 2014

Members of PRIDE! gathered on Risman Plaza to commemorate deceased transgender individuals for National Transgender Day of Remembrance on Thursday, Nov. 20.Despite the frigid weather, the LGBTQ organization...

USG to bolster diversity initiatives, two senators in question stay

Hannah Armenta November 20, 2014

The Undergraduate Student Government met this week to address the grievances filed by the Black United Students following its previous public meeting Nov. 12.The grievances included having a more diverse...

PRIDE to host first Amateur Drag Pageant

Arbrion Chambliss September 10, 2014

PRIDE will host its first Amateur Drag Pageant this Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Governance Chambers located in the Kent State Student Center.An information segment will teach the audience about Ball culture,...

Melody Tankersley (center) listens among other faculty senate members at the meeting in the Governance Chambers, March 17, 2014.

Faculty Senate revises admission requirements for incoming freshmen

Nicholas Sewell April 14, 2014

The Faculty Senate approved a proposal Monday to revise admission requirements for incoming freshmen to the university’s main campus and for deferred students at regional campuses who wish to enroll...

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