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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

KentWired

African Community Theater presents “For Colored Girls”

Kara Taylor April 15, 2014

The Pan-African Studies department’s African Community Theater is showing “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf,” a “choreopoem” about obstacles African-American...

Drag show raises fraternity scholarship money

Kara Taylor March 3, 2014

An eager and excited audience cheered as the 6-foot-3 Mary-Kate Rockafeller graced the stage in a glittery, blue body suit and stole the show as she performed Gloria Gaynor’s disco hit, “I Will...

Jennifer Andres and Anthony DelSignore, founders of a new LGBTQ group on campus, discuss the obstacles of living a LGBTQ lifestyle, Wednesday Feb. 19, 2014 in the student center. The group meets in room 321 every Wednesday from 6:00-7:30 PM.

Clinical group counseling now available for LGBTQ community

Kara Taylor February 24, 2014

Graduate students in the Mental Health Counseling program have created an empowerment group that offers psychological services to students within the LGBTQ community.Students Anthony DelSignore and Jennifer...

Mwatabu Okantah, assistant professor of Pan African Studies

Black History Month Profile: Mwatabu Okantah

Kara Taylor February 4, 2014

During Black History Month, the Daily Kent Stater will feature a leader in Kent State’s African American community. These people will describe their involvement in the African American community on campus,...

Alfreda Brown, vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion.

Black History Month Profile: Alfreda Brown

Kara Taylor February 3, 2014

During Black History Month, the Daily Kent Stater will feature a leader in Kent State’s African American community. These people will describe their involvement in the African American community on campus,...

Silent March commemorates King’s legacy

Kara Taylor January 23, 2014

Silent March. Photo by Rachael Le Goubin. Richard Serpe,  chairperson of the department of sociology, recalled how in 1963, more than a quarter of a million people gathered in front of the Lincoln memorial...

Kent State University’s International Storytelling course is the Global Partnership division winner in the 2014 Best Practices in International Higher Education Awards. During the most recent trip in March 2013, Kent State students traveled to Brazil, where Kent State partnered with the Pontifical Catholic University of Paran.

International Storytelling receives Global Partnership award

Kara Taylor January 12, 2014

Kent State’s International Storytelling course will receive global recognition for its educational efforts abroad this spring.The Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) awarded Kent...

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