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Kent Wired

The presentation of the winner of the 2020 annual undergraduate symposium. The research study was done by Caroline Nitirahardjo for the biological science field and focused on the association between mosquito spread and neurodegenerative diseases. 

Students to showcase research in virtual symposium, compete for a cash prize

Morgan Boyd Reporter March 12, 2021

Instead of creating poster boards and setting up at the Student Center, students will present their research projects virtually as part of the annual Undergraduate Research Symposium later this semester.  Scheduled...

Kurahashi book cover

Courtesy of Yuko Kurahashi February 25, 2021

This is the front cover of Yuko Kurahashi's book, “The Interdisciplinary Theatre of Ping Chong,” which focuses on Chong’s contributions to the world of theatre as well as his dedication to challenging...

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What Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation means to students and faculty

Bella Hagey Reporter November 5, 2020

With Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation to the Supreme Court on Oct. 27, many fear losing access to abortion and birth control and seeing the legality of gay marriage overturned.Prominent Supreme Court...

Matti Chrisman, of Kent State, poses for judges during The Stripes Flight Evening Gown Competition portion of the Miss Southeast Ohio pageant Saturday at Secrest Auditorium in downtown Zanesville. Photo courtesy of Shane Flanigan.

Miss Southeast Ohio Pageant winner credits pageants for confidence

Payton Moore February 25, 2015

Upon entering the Miss Southeast Ohio Pageant, Matti Chrisman never expected to pull away with the win. The sophomore musical theater major entered the competition to test the waters, as it was her first...

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