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Graduate student Nykeim Johnson (82) runs into the end zone to score a touch down during the football game against Virginia Military Institute. Kent State won 60-10.

Kent State football prepares for first MAC conference game

Jimmy Oswald Sports Editor September 30, 2021

The Kent State football team heads into the Mid-American Conference play with a 1-3 record. That record can be deceiving, however, as the Flashes three losses have come against Texas A&M and Iowa,...

Mental Health KSU

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...

Draw struggles cost Kent lacrosse in loss to Marquette

Jimmy Oswald Sports Reporter February 28, 2021

For the second game in a row the Kent State lacrosse team lost the draw control battle by double digits. And for the second game in a row the Flashes lost the game, falling to Marquette University 19-8. Junior...

Women’s basketball drops last game of regular season to Buffalo

Gina Butkovich Reporter March 7, 2020

Kent State women’s basketball ended the regular season with a 14-point loss to Buffalo. The 58-72 loss was the team’s first loss since a 58-71 loss against Central Michigan on February 19.The Flashes...

Kent State track and field team members run the 5000 meters event at the dual-open Doug Raymond Invitational Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014 in the field house.

Kent State runs against Akron in dual track meet

Samantha Lough January 21, 2016

Kent State men's and women’s track team host rival Akron in the Akron Dual on Friday, Jan. 22 at Kent State's Field House.According to a pre-season poll from the MAC conference website, Akron's men's...

Sophomore Challen Geraghty screams after the Flashes score a point against Indiana State University on Friday, Sept. 4, 2015.

Volleyball to finish regular season at MAC Center

Jesse Runner November 11, 2015

Kent State’s woman’s volleyball team will host a pair of MAC Conference opponents to close out the regular season this weekend.Entering this week’s action with a season record of 17-9, the Flashes...

Challen Geraghty, sophomore defensive specialist, sets the ball during a game against Eastern Michigan University on Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015. The Flashes beat Eastern Michigan 3-1.

Volleyball defeats OU, EMU

Jesse Runner November 8, 2015

Kent State’s volleyball team continued its winning streak this weekend after defeating Mid-American Conference (MAC) Conference opponents Ohio University and Eastern Michigan University.The Flashes,...

Kent State keeps hot streak alive against MAC opponent

Andrew Bugel April 12, 2015

Kent State (19-12, 8-4) took two out of three games against Mid-American Conference foe Ball State this weekend during the season’s second home stand.The Flashes kept momentum by winning the series,...

MAC conference protests Indiana’s Religious Freedom Act

April 2, 2015

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Kent State red shirt senior guard Derek Jackson (center)  takes a shot, under defense from University of Akron sophomore center Isaiah Johnson at the James A. Rhodes Arena in Akron, Ohio, Tuesday, February 10, 2015. Kent lost to Akron, 61-52.

Kent State loses after second half slump

Stephen Means II February 11, 2015

Kent State (16-8, 7-4 Mid-American Conference) and Akron (17-7, 8-3 MAC) played a fairly competitive first half, but the second half was all about the Zips. Akron used a second half push to beat the Flashes...

Gymnastics topple Western Michigan, secures first win

Jimmy Miller January 25, 2015

Maybe the win wasn’t by the widest margin in the world. Maybe the team didn’t blow the Western Michigan Broncos out of the water Friday night in the M.A.C. Center. Maybe the Flashes’ season hasn’t...

Kent State sophomore forward Marquiez Lawrence goes up for a basket during the MAC opener game against Bowling Green on Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015. The Flashes lost the game 64-66.

Basketball continues winning, learning over break

Jimmy Miller January 11, 2015

A new year can signify a clean slate for college students, but the men’s basketball team doesn’t need one as it carries a winning record, and perhaps more notably, experience, into 2015.“We’ve...

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