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In-person meetings return for QTPOC

Alexandra Austin Reporter February 11, 2022

The Queer and Transgender People of Color group is a safe space for those who did not have one before. For the first time since 2020, the group is having in-person meetings again. COVID-19 impacted the...

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President Todd Diacon announces financial summary for upcoming fiscal year as enrollment trends downward

Zaria Johnson Editor-in-Chief October 15, 2021

Kent State’s enrollment continues to be a key factor in determining the university’s financial stability, according to an email sent by President Todd Diacon Friday to members of the Kent State community. Diacon...

Women’s golf competes at Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship Tournament

Kathryn Rajnicek Reporter September 23, 2021

Kent State’s women’s golf team finished in 11th place out of 17 teams in its second tournament of the season on Monday and Tuesday.“I’ve been here three weeks, and it's been great to watch our...

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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...

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University plans to continue expanding mental health services

Cassidy Gladieux Reporter February 13, 2021

Kent State University plans to continuously expand its mental health services provided by the Counseling and Psychological Services located in the Deweese Health Center. The university declared on Feb....

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More students moving fully-remote as spring semester approaches

Ben Vrobel Reporter November 18, 2020

This spring semester, more students will be staying home to be fully-remote instead of moving back into Kent State’s residence halls.“It’s safe to assume there will be less students on campus than...

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Our View: Where does $20 get you?

Editorial Board September 4, 2019

In the near future, the university will take $20 out of your account to enhance mental health services on campus. No, it is not optional, and no, you don’t know what the money will be used for, neither...

The Board of Trustees passed a proposal in June 2019 to add a $20 fee to students bursar bills in an effort to improve mental health services on campus. 

Kent State yet to determine specifics of mental health fee

Abigail Mack August 31, 2019

Parking tickets, textbooks and difficult roommates occupy the minds of many college students. However, a 2018 survey conducted by the World Health Organization shows mental health is becoming a bigger...

Attendees watch the Juke Hounds perform on Saturday, June 10, 2017.

Eighth annual Grill for Good attracts large crowds

Kaylee Peterson June 10, 2017

Approximately twenty cooks — dubbed ‘foodies’ by event organizers — lined the streets of Downtown Kent. Smoke and live music filled the air, and a few thousand attendees filled the streets to support...

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