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Grace McLain (middle in red shirt) won Best in Show at Kent State’s 2021 Annual Fashion Show for her “All In” collection. Photo courtesy of Grace McLain

Kent State 2021 annual fashion show goes virtual

Catie Pusateri, Reporter May 2, 2021

With a colorful collection featuring playing cards, Grace McLain won Best in Show at Kent State’s 2021 Annual Fashion Show on April 30. Senior and graduate students from the Kent State's School of Fashion...

World AIDS Day gets LGBTQ+ students talking

Sydney Ford International reporter December 2, 2019

World AIDS Day sparked a round table discussion about raising awareness among LGBTQ+ students in the lower area of the Student Center on Dec. 2.    Robert Leahy and Katie Mattise, two employees at...

Madison Patterson headshot

OPINION: Taking shots and getting shots

Madison Patterson Fusion editor November 4, 2019

It was a cool 55 degrees outside, but as I sat in the CVS clinic waiting area, sweat threatened to seep through my sweater. I was desperate for water, but I was fighting the urge to vomit. Everything vaguely...

Junior visual communication design major Sarita Kumde and freshman architecture major Adryan Reyes (wearing the Condom Fairy costume) give free condoms to junior speech pathology major Breanna Lokken and sophomore early childhood education major Nick Miller during Kent Interhall Councils Condoms of the K at Risman Plaza on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019. 

‘Condoms on the K’ kicks off Sex Week

Terry Lee III Diversity reporter October 21, 2019

Kent Interhall Council members and volunteers handed out free condoms and lube during Condoms on the K on Risman Plaza Monday to kick off Kent State’s Sex Week.“I think that it's promoting safe sex,”...

Kat Holtz, HIV specialist for the Portage County Health Department, demonstrates how large a small-sized condom is during her presentation about AIDS prevention and the United Nations vision of Getting to Zero with HIV on Dec. 1, 2014. Holtz said that if a guy ever claims his penis is too big for a condom, he should see this demonstration.

Speakers educate students about HIV/AIDS prevention

Samantha Ickes December 1, 2014

Health officials joined together Dec. 1 to educate students on HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention in honor of World AIDS Day.The presentation featured two keynote speakers addressing the “Getting to Zero”...

Senior health car administration major Eriane Matthews hands AmeriCorps VISTA Coordinator a packet at the HIV/AIDS Awareness event, Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014. Numerous pamphlets line the event table intended to spread awareness of HIV/AIDS in the black community.

Health Center spreads awareness of HIV/AIDS in African-Americans

Michael Lopick February 7, 2014

In America, 50 percent of people who test positive for HIV/AIDS are African-American.The DeWeese Health Center, in partnership with Black United Students, promoted HIV/AIDS awareness in the African-American...

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