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Kent Wired

Students explore religious conversion in college

Robyn Berardi December 5, 2018

The college experience is often one of self-discovery and establishing one’s adult perspective. For some, this means examining the beliefs they were taught by their family and questioning their own convictions....

Members of the Jewish community enjoy latkes and doughnuts at a LatkeFest held at the Hillel Center hosted by Alpha Epsilon Pi on Nov. 29, 2018.

Students raise money during annual LatkeFest

Robyn Berardi November 30, 2018

Students gathered at the Cohn Jewish Student Center Thursday night for LatkeFest held by Alpha Epsilon Pi.The room was packed with cheering spectators as students scarfed down as many latkes as they could...

Native American Student Association to celebrate changing seasons

Robyn Berardi November 18, 2018

The Native American Student Association (NASA) will be celebrating the transition from fall to winter with The Spiritual Changes of the Seasons event on Nov. 19.“We are going to kind of offer up a prayer...

Native American group explores impact of Thanksgiving

Robyn Berardi November 17, 2018

Opposition of Thanksgiving from Robyn Berardi on Vimeo.For most Americans, Thanksgiving is a day to spend with family and reflect on what they are grateful for. However, for Native Americans, Thanksgiving...

A student holds a candle during a vigil on Oct. 29, 2018 for the victims of the Pittsburghs Tree of Life synagogue shooting, where a gunman opened fire on worshipers. 

Jewish community honors victims of Pittsburgh shooting, ensures students’ safety

Robyn Berardi October 30, 2018

Jewish organizations gathered with students, faculty and community members Monday to remember the lives lost in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting and to ensure Jewish students feel safe on campus.Members...

Megan Meggie Cale, anminternational student and scholar advisor, Sarah Schmidt, the outreach program coordinator of Global Education Initiatives and a group of international students interact with attendees after the ACIREMA workshop on Oct. 26.

Stark campus hosts Immigration Month

Robyn Berardi October 27, 2018

Kent State Stark is celebrating Immigration Month from Oct. 1 to Nov. 9 with events aimed at educating students and faculty on the realities immigrants face.These events and activities are being hosted...

Blueprints for the addition to Riverwood Chapel.

Riverwood Chapel groundbreaking begins new addition to church

Robyn Berardi September 24, 2018

Members of Riverwood Chapel celebrated the groundbreaking of a new addition to the church Sunday.The new addition to the building will include a café, kitchen, classroom, storage space and a multi-purpose...

College of Aeronautics and Engineering celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Robyn Berardi September 21, 2018

The College of Aeronautics and Engineering celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month for the first time in the college’s history.The celebration began Thursday with the Seminar on Hispanic Contributions to...

Students talk during the Black Squirrel Festival in Kent, Ohio on Friday, September 7, 2018.

37th annual Black Squirrel Festival engages students, community

Robyn Berardi September 8, 2018

Kent State students and community members took over the Student Green and Risman Plaza to celebrate Black Squirrel Festival on Sept. 7.Student organizations set up tables to engage students and provide...

Black United Students had their first meeting at Oscar Ritchie to talk about what theyre planning for its 50th anniversary. 

Black United Students prepares to celebrate 50th anniversary

Robyn Berandi September 8, 2018

During the first meeting of the semester, Black United Students (BUS) executive board members and Department of Pan-African studies faculty explained to students why the 50th anniversary is important.“You...

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