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Election Day: What to bring and where to go

Kim Fisher Reporter October 29, 2020

Before going to the polls, students should make sure they know where their polling place is and that they have the proper identification when they arrive. The Board of Elections in each county sent a...

Ohio prohibits county fairs, will expand day care capacity

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Day cares can return to normal staffing ratios, but county fairs will be reduced to junior fairs featuring livestock competitions for children and teens, without the usual rides,...

Kent State’s Scientista chapter holds first symposium

Ariel Reid March 18, 2016

The Kent State University Library hosted the first Scientista Symposium Friday from 3:00 - 6:00 p.m., which featured presentations and discussions from Kent State women in fields involving science, technology,...

Sophomore fashion merchandising major, Quierston Byers, reads the book Intro 14 in the Wick Poetry Center on Tuesday March 10, 2015. The Wick Poetry center has a quiet and comfortable reading room on the third floor.

Reading between the lines: The satisfaction from a book

Felicia Guadagni March 10, 2015

“I read to escape to a different place. It’s just nice to be somewhere else besides the real world.”This sentiment from Megan Deierling, a sophomore broadcast journalism major, is common among avid...

Upcoming fundraising event to benefit a KSU student

Olivia Young September 29, 2014

Kent State University Libraries will host its second annual fundraising event for the 2014-2015 Legacy Scholarship.The 2014 Legacy Scholarship Dinner will be in the Kent State Student Center Ballroom at...

Doherty to speak at 2014 Borowitz Lecture Thursday

Christopher Woods April 15, 2014

Thomas Doherty, a professor of American studies at Brandeis University in Massachusetts, will be presenting on the media coverage of the 1932 Lindbergh baby kidnapping case and its legacy in American culture...

The third floor of the library has been renovated to include the School of Library Information Science.

Third floor of library renovated for SLIS

Christopher Woods March 6, 2014

The renovated School of Library and Information Science on the third floor of the university library recently reopened after more than a year of construction.“I was in an office that was literally a...

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