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Banner with artifacts in the Student Multicultural Center.

Student Multicultural Center, BUS celebrate 50th anniversary with museum

Kimberly Fisher and Jada Miles February 20, 2019

The Student Multicultural Center and Black United Students celebrated their 50th anniversaries by setting up a one-day museum showcasing important historical moments for both groups Feb. 20.The museum,...

Married professors tend to geology museum

Logan Lutton December 4, 2017

Rodney Feldmann, an emeritus professor of geology, and Carrie Schweitzer, a professor of geology at Kent State Stark, are the husband and wife duo who currently tend to the geology museum in McGilvrey...

Kent State Museum adds new juried exhibition for display

Ile-Ife Okantah and Holly Disch February 19, 2016

The Kent State Museum added a brand new juried exhibition this month called “Focus: Fiber,” featuring 56 pieces of contemporary textile art for the public to see until July 3.“The school of arts...

The Tower of Faces in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum features hundreds of photographs from the small town of Eishishok, Lithuania, taken between 1890 and 1941. The town’s Jewish community existed for 900 years before the Schutzstaffel, or SS, a mobile killing squad, massacred the entire Jewish population in two days.

Jewish Studies program travels to Holocaust museum

David LaBelle November 11, 2015

Kent State's Jewish Studies program traveled to Washington, D.C. this past weekend to visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.Chaya Kessler, director of the Jewish Studies program, said this...

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