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Howard Ruffner speaks during his book launch on Thursday Sept. 19, 2019.

Photographer behind photos from May 4 visits Kent State, launches new book

Katie Null Administration reporter September 20, 2019

Howard Ruffner, a Kent State graduate and photographer, visited campus for a series of events commemorating the 50th anniversary of the May 4, 1970 shootings.Ruffner is the man behind many photos taken...

Sophomore journalism major Carrie George embraces freshman journalism major Logan Lutton during the presentation of their multimedia projects about grandparents on Thursday, April, 21, 2016.

Celebrating the generation gap

Alex Delaney-Gesing April 27, 2016

Last Thursday, I had the opportunity to join my fellow photojournalism students on the third floor of Franklin Hall to honor and commemorate our grandparents. Families and friends were invited to attend...

Carlyle Addy is a sophomore journalism major and a columnist for The Kent Stater. Contact her at 

Opinion: Photography as a social catalyst

Carlyle Addy October 11, 2015

Photography can be a catalyst for some great relationships. Often you can tell how much one person cares for another by the way they position themselves when they’re asked to take a picture together.But...

Photo Gallery: Where did The Kent Stater’s photo staff travel over spring break?

The Kent Stater Photo Staff March 29, 2015

A Greek Orthodox priest speaks at a Greek independence day ceremony in the village of Perni, Greece on March 25, 2015. Photo by Alex Ledet.A butcher cuts meat at the Macelleria Falorni meat shop in Florence...

Bruce Zake and Scott Galvin help photojournalism students learn how to develop a workflow at the FocalPoint meeting Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014.

KSU photojournalism program receives $3 million scholarship donation

Julia Kerchenski November 10, 2014

Kent State’s photojournalism program unexpectedly received a donation of $3 million from Wallace J. Hagedorn to be used exclusively for photojournalism scholarships.Although Hagedorn was never a student...

David LaBelle, Director of Photography for the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, presents students with awards for their success in the field of photojournalism at the Freshman Welcome and Student Art Exhibit Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014.

Photojournalism students recognized at the Freshman Welcome and Photography Exhibit

Julia Kerchenski September 24, 2014

Photojournalism students and faculty gathered to honor and recognize the achievements of their peers and welcome freshman into the program in Franklin Hall on Wednesday.The night began with a gallery display...

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