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Author, activist Mimi Lemay reaches out to the Ohio LGBTQ+ community

Brianna Camp reporter February 1, 2021

During a virtual book festival event held by the Beachwood Ohio Mandel Jewish Community Center last Tuesday, author and activist Mimi Lemay shared the story of her family’s “journey of transformation.”As...

Kent LGBTQ+ Center to celebrate history through October

Bella Hagey Diversity reporter October 6, 2020

During the month of October, Kent State will celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month with different educational opportunities, history lessons, and fun games and events. The history month is important because...

Taken in front of the Kent Student Center, the photo of Kelly Krabill’s family stand in front of campus as Bob Krabill graduated. 

OPINION: Returning to college at 40

Kelly Krabill Opinion Writer October 1, 2020

Many working adults reach their 30s and want to switch careers. Family dynamics, living situations and jobs shift as you get older. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, one in five...

DoorDash driver Brandon Mendez, a senior finance major at Kent State, drops off a no-contact order on Sept. 17, 2020. He places the order in front of the customer’s door, takes a picture of the delivered food, knocks on the door and walks back to his car ready to complete the next order.

College students working for DoorDash as a flexible “side hustle”

Josie Thomas Jobs and money reporter September 25, 2020

DoorDash, a food delivery service, could be a great potential side job for students working through college, offering relaxed hours and at least minimum wage.Brandon Mendez, a senior finance major at Kent...

Faculty leaders hold second town hall to address questions on reopening of campus, COVID concerns

Troy Pierson, reporter August 4, 2020

Kent State faculty members and administrative leaders held a second town hall meeting on Aug. 3 to address additional concerns regarding the reopening of campus and procedures related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Interim...

A sixth person in the United States has died from lung disease related to vaping, Kansas health officials said. The death marks the first in the state, but raises even more concern about the safety and regulation of e-cigarettes.

‘I was non-stop Juuling up a storm’: 10 college students on their vaping addictions

By Eric Levenson, CNN September 15, 2019

Originally Published: 15 SEP 19 03:22 ETUpdated: 15 SEP 19 11:18 ET    (CNN) -- The CDC, FDA, White House and a who's who of officials in suits want young people to stop using e-cigarettes amid a mysterious...

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Opinion: Are pro sports worth the cost?

Nicholas Hunter June 5, 2017

In the United States, sports are at the forefront of our culture. From pee-wee football to the spectacle that is the Super Bowl, people of all ages, genders, races and economic standing are connected through...

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