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The expected look of the Hasawai Building. 

6-Story Multipurpose Building Comes to Kent

Theresa Lovrak Reporter January 31, 2020

Scheduled to come to Kent in the summer of 2021 will be an all-new multipurpose building. This new project will be six stories tall and sit at the corner of Erie St and Franklin Ave. What was previously...

Assistant professor of dance Catherine Meredith instructs Ballet in the City dancers Elina Miettinen and Matthew Robinson in Kent States Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019.

Dance professor’s work showcased in The Ashley Bouder Project anniversary show

Just two days before her piece “Don’t Explain” was to be performed at The Ashley Bouder Project’s fifth anniversary show, assistant professor of dance Catherine Meredith was in the midst of the...

The 2019 Washington Program in National Issues students at the Capitol Building during a coffee hour with Senator Sherrod Brown. 

Kent State’s Washington Program in National Issues gives students future opportunities

Juniors and seniors at Kent State who are curious about the government or have a passion for politics can apply to the Washington D.C. internship program.The program was started in 1973 by the main founder...

The Student Ombuds office located on the second floor of the Kent Student Center, room 250 is available to any student, or other member of the university to discuss any complaint or appeal regarding academic or non-academic issues.

Resources at Kent State that protect and serve

Kent State University students and faculty have access to a myriad of resources to help protect themselves, including Student Ombuds and the Office of Student Conduct.In a Kentwired article, it outlines...

Ron Jones, a member of the Akron-Canton Proud Boys, tends to their table that displays a collection of guns.

O’Rourke calls for change during campus visit

Wearing a gray and yellow Kent State hat, U.S. Representative Beto O’Rourke addressed a crowd on Risman Plaza Wednesday evening. The presidential candidate talked on issues ranging from gun control to...

New bikes on campus

Students raise concerns over new bike share system

Sarah Arnold September 8, 2019

Kent State’s the Beverly J. Warren Student Recreation and Wellness Center added a new mode of transportation with the addition of VeoRide, a bike company that allows a customer to scan and unlock a bike...

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