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Live at the Library: Global Music with Kent State Stark canceled on July 8

Sam Wright Reporter July 7, 2021

The Kent State Stark event, Live at the Library: Global Music with the North Canton Library, has been canceled due to weather conditions. The event was originally planned to take place on July 8 with...

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Mental health resources offered at regional campus Kent State Stark

Sam Wright Reporter June 22, 2021

Mental health services at Kent State Stark will be offered for free: online or in-person, starting fall 2021. The services offered for mental health are located in the Campus Center. According to the...

Deborah Belintani Rosa is a senior peace and conflict studies major and the president for the International Student Organization at Kent State Stark. She also is the co-creator of the virtual cooking tutorial series at at Kent State Stark.

Kent State Stark to share virtual cooking tutorials made by international students, faculty

Olivia Futo Reporter February 14, 2021

An upcoming series of intercultural cooking tutorials will feature international students, faculty and their culture. The series of YouTube videos will feature staff and students from Kent State Stark....

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International students at Stark struggle with connections during pandemic

Jessica Cobb Reporter November 19, 2020

Pablo Castillo, a senior music technology major from Mexico City, always dreamed of someday going to college in the U.S. His love for music and the art that music creates, he said, is what connected him...

Kent State Stark goes global to create friendships

Jessica Cobb Regionals/Teaching reporter September 18, 2020

High school students will have the opportunity to deepen social bonds, develop intellectual networking, and heighten awareness of global issues at the International Friends Conversation Partner Program...

Food drive helps students over the holidays

Through a collaborative effort from the seven members of Kent State Stark’s Undergraduate Student Government (USG), donation boxes were placed across campus in support of the annual holiday food drive.The...

The Kent State Stark campus exceeded their Giving Tuesday goal for the Stark Campus Study Abroad Scholarship.

Kent Stark raises money for Study Abroad Scholarship

Allyson Nichols November 28, 2018

The Kent State Stark Campus raised more than their Giving Tuesday goal for the Stark Campus Study Abroad Scholarship on Tuesday.The campus surpassed their goal of $2,000 by raising $3,125. Each donation...

26 Pebbles makes its way to the Kent State Stark Theatre. 

The voices of Newtown come to Kent State Stark Theatre

Brynn Pennell April 8, 2018

Kent State Stark Theatre’s “26 Pebbles” cast members are taking on the voices of Newtown, Connecticut, residents for their final production of the season.The docudrama is based on verbatim transcriptions...

The nationally accredited play 26 Pebbles makes its way to Kent State Stark Theater this spring. 

Kent State Stark hosting open auditions for spring production

Brynn Pennal January 22, 2018

Kent State Stark is holding open auditions for its final theater production of the school year, "26 Pebbles," Jan. 30 and Jan. 31 at 6 p.m.The play is a docudrama based on verbatim transcriptions of Newtown,...

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Shannon Huffman Polson soars, encourages female leadership

Natalie Meek November 17, 2017

When taking off in an Apache helicopter, turn the nose of the aircraft to face the wind. If used the right way, the resistance of the wind will help the helicopter rise and take off.Shannon Huffman Polson,...

Students studying abroad at Kent State Stark hand out treats to children during the BooU Event at Stark on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017. This was the first Halloween for many international students studying at Stark this semester.

International students experience first Halloween at Stark

Natalie Meek October 30, 2017

There are 34 Chinese students studying at Kent State Stark who experienced their first Halloween celebration this year, complete with trick-or-treating, dressing up and enjoying fall festivities.Boo U,...

Henry Winkler, actor and writer, prepares to read a passage from “I Got “D” in Salami,” during his lecture at Kent State University Stark Campus on Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017. The book is a part of Winkler’s “Hank Zipper” series, which follows the life of Hank Zipper, a child with Dyslexia. Winkler was diagnosed with dyslexia at 31.

Henry Winkler discusses path to stardom, dealing with dyslexia at Kent State Stark

Natalie Meek October 11, 2017

Henry Winkler spent all his life determined to be an actor. There was no plan B; he wasn’t sure how it was going to happen, but he knew he needed to try.One week after moving to California, he found...

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