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Kent Wired

Chris Flessner, an associate professor in the department of psychology. 

Kent State professor receives grant for food allergy safety training project

Sabrina Scott September 8, 2019

Christopher Flessner, an associate professor in the department of psychology, is launching a food allergy safety training project through a national grant to help lower-income children and their families...

PRSSA nominates new officers for 2015-16 year

Sabrina Scott April 30, 2015

The Public Relations Student Society of America, or PRSSA, Kent chapter is now looking at a more inclusive and energetic year after recently being nominated as the best chapter in the nation.PRSSA Kent...

File photo by MaKayla Brown for The Kent Stater Roy Bailey (left) and Dustin Mayfield (right) dance at the Native American Pop Wow outside the Music and Speach buidling on April 26, 2014.

NASA to hold annual powwow on Saturday

Sabrina Scott April 30, 2015

Kent State’s Native American Student Association (NASA) will be holding their annual spring powwow on Saturday, May 2 starting at 10 a.m. and ending at sundown.It will be held on the Performing Arts...

Denise Harrison, lecturer of English at Kent State, speaks during the Native American Panel Discussion in Oscar Ritchie hall on Tuesday, April 21, 2015.

Pan-African Studies hosts discussion on African-American, Native American violence

Sabrina Scott April 22, 2015

The Department of Pan-African Studies hosted its last panel discussion of the year on Tuesday night in the African Community Theatre at Oscar Ritchie Hall.The department’s panel discussion was “Physiological...

Walk a Mile in Their Shoes benefit set for Tuesday

Sabrina Scott April 13, 2015

The Sexual and Relationship Violence Support Services (SRVSS) and the Women’s Center will be hosting their annual benefit walk, now called “Walk a Mile in Their Shoes” to be more gender inclusive,...

Stand for Freedom event

Sabrina Scott April 9, 2015

Students stood with painted signs advocating awareness about sex trafficking and modern-day slavery at Risman Plaza Wednesday, April 8.In its second year, a campus chapter of the global organization called...

Beenish Ahmed, a journalist from the Pulitzer Center, speaks about reporting on untold stories from around the world in the Moutlon Hall ballroom on March 31, 2015. The event was hosted by the College of Communication Studies as part of the Global Communication Issues Forum.

International reporter talks about untold stories as part of global forum

Sabrina Scott April 1, 2015

In the world of international news media, often the stories told are those that deal with large-scale issues like war and politics. But Beenish Ahmed, a former Pulitzer Center-supported freelance journalist,...

Clarence Bozeman, former driver for Martin Luther King Jr., speaks in the First Energy Auditorium in Franklin Hall on Wednesday, March 4, 2015. For two years, Bozeman drove the civil rights leader and Kings wife, Coretta Scott King. 

MLK driver shares his story at Kent State

Sabrina Scott March 5, 2015

The former Sunday morning driver for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. shared his memorable experiences with the civil rights activist in Franklin Hall on Wednesday, March 4.Clarence Bozeman told his audience...

Photo courtesy of Dylan Diblik.

Women discuss connections, spirituality at leadership event

Sabrina Scott February 25, 2015

Hopi-Tewa Indian Grandmother Mona Polacca stressed the importance of having a dialogue with Western women about environmental issues at “The Women in Leadership: A Spiritual Path to Activism” event...

Eugene Shelton, associate professor of journalism and mass communication, teaches his African-American Media class. 

University offers courses to educate about black culture

Sabrina Scott February 12, 2015

With classes such as “Malcolm versus Martin,” taught by Pan-African Studies Professor George Garrison, and “Black Community Organizing,” taught by Instructor Damareo Cooper, Kent State offers...

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