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OPINION: Don’t forget the recipes

Cameron Gorman September 17, 2018

Every family cookout since — well, probably before I was even around — my family has always been excited for one specific dish. We’re vegetarians, so it’s usually not burgers or hot dogs (except...

The other side of spring break

Bruno Beidacki March 21, 2018

For most college students, spring break is synonymous of warm weather, maybe the beach, and a lot of partying. Even those who stay behind in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan and all of the other states where...

Matthew Olienechak

Give in to the season of giving

Matthew Olienechak November 29, 2017

With the end of the semester fast approaching, the sweet release of winter break nears.A month off to relax and destress is needed by many students, allowing them to recharge their academic batteries.Most...

Jewish Studies Program honors former director, celebrates 40th anniversary

Jimmy Miller May 20, 2015

At age 14, Herbert Hochhauser began learning English from his home in Switzerland, and then six months later, he took an IQ test upon his immigration into the United States. He was told he would be successful...

Jewish Studies Program to celebrate 40 years, honor retired director at dinner

Jimmy Miller May 15, 2015

Through cocktails, a dinner and a program, Kent State’s Jewish Studies Program will celebrate its 40-year anniversary on Sunday and pay homage to its longest-serving director, Herbert Hochhauser.The...

Jewish Studies Program to host “Memories, Milestones, Momentum” gala

McKenzie Jean-Philippe April 30, 2015

Kent State’s Jewish Studies Program will be celebrating its 40th anniversary on Sunday, May 17 with a “Memories, Milestones, Momentum” gala.“President (Beverly) Warren is coming to make an address,”...

Terell Wilson, a senior applied communications major, sits on the steps of Cinecittá Studios, a film production studio in Rome, Italy, on Feb. 27, 2014.

KSU’s senior ‘gentle giant’ remembered

Madeleine Winer October 8, 2014

Terell Wilson’s naturally caring nature went beyond his infectious laugh and warm smile.“The night before he passed, he called me and said I’m going to the store do you want anything?,” Wilson’s...

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