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The cycle of skipping classes

With midterms coming to an end, the second half of the semester is starting. Although it’s a stressful time, students who have low grades and low attendance still have a chance to turn things around. The...

Sean Sabihi, UXD club president, leads the group in a discussion about UX and eye tracking techniques.

User Experience Design Club sees successful first semester

Jenna Langan December 11, 2018

UXD club video from Jenna Langan on Vimeo.Kent State's User Experience Design (UXD) Club was founded at the beginning of the Fall 2018 semester by Sean Sabihi, a senior psychology major and Maggie Morley,...

Domestic and international graduate student enrollment

KSU anticipates decline in enrollment this fall

Valerie Royzman August 26, 2018

Kent State is expecting a 2 percent dip in enrollment this fall, which could mean a loss of anywhere from 300 to 600 students, said Kristin Anderson, the director of external media relations.The university...

Mica Pflug

Opinion: Use yoga to stay calm this semester

Mica Pflug October 22, 2017

We’re at the point in the semester where our levels of stress, fatigue and coffee consumption are at an all-time high. Classes are swinging into full gear, you may be considering dropping out and you’re...

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Opinion: End of the school year stress is worth it in the end

Alexis Wohler April 27, 2015

Every year at the two-week mark, as finals are coming upon us, I’m betting almost 100 percent of us feel completely run down, not wanting to care about tests, projects and assignments. But we have to...

Academic advisor H. Bate Agbor-Baiyee discusses scheduling with a student during an advising appointment on the 5th floor of the Kent State Library on Nov. 13, 2014.

Students face difficulties scheduling

Kate Schwanke April 23, 2015

With scheduling for next fall semester in full swing, many Kent State students face difficulties getting into certain classes. Hallee Borchart, a sophomore fashion merchandising major, said she is one...

Put down the phone!

Disconnect, you’ll be happier

Katy Coduto January 15, 2014

A new semester, difficult classes, or the balancing game between work and school might find you struggling to find free time, social life and dealing with a lot of stress.Research conducted by Kent State...

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