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The Downtown Gallery hosted the silent auction “You, Me, Us, We” benefiting Planned Parenthood on Thurs., June 29, 2017.

Downtown Gallery holds silent auction for Planned Parenthood

Cody Patton June 30, 2017

The Kent State School of Art’s Downtown Gallery held a silent auction benefiting Planned Parenthood Thursday evening.The “You, Me, Us, We” event was a one-time, volunteer-ran event.Art professor...

School of Nursing attracts students across the country

Shane Beneke November 29, 2015

Kent State prides itself in being one of the top schools of nursing in the country. Named the sixth largest nursing school in the nation by Modern Healthcare in 2010, the accredited college is one of the...

The Kent State Fashion Museum hosts the opening reception for their new exhibit called Flapper Style: 1920s Fashion, on Thursday Sept. 24, 2015.

Newest KSU Fashion exhibit: Flapper Style

Brenna Parker & Shane Beneke November 23, 2015

Sara Hume, Kent State museum curator and associate professor, has spent her career researching the history of dress and the connection the fashion industry has with economic and political changes over...

Side of Guac and E. coli: not Chipotle’s first outbreak

Shane Beneke November 15, 2015

Many consider Chipotle a staple in their diet, and Kent State students are no exception. However, an outbreak of E. coli early in November in Washington and Oregon has been linked back to the Mexi-American...

Women’s Center combines Halloween and Feminist Fridays

Shane Beneke October 25, 2015

The Kent State Women’s Center hosted a Feminist Fridays monthly meeting Friday from noon to 1 p.m., which had a Halloween twist. The discussion topic, "Witches, B*tches & Hags", looked at stereotypes...

Dining Services offers a culinary passport with themed nights

Shane Beneke October 22, 2015

The sound of a live Italian band filled the room while the smell of fresh meats and cheeses lingered. Renaissance artwork hung on the walls. These were just a few of the details Kent State Dining Services...

As scientific warnings on tanning have increased so have taxes and regulations on tanning salon operators such as Michele Lanasa who owns a salon in Pasadena, Maryland, where she is shown on April 26, 2010. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun/MCT)

Fun or dangerous: A look at indoor tanning

Shane Beneke October 18, 2015

With fall officially in full swing, many people have given up on getting their dose of the sun outdoors.For those who still need to get their “bronze on,” tanning beds and sun lamps are a year-round...

Women’s center offers mammograms for breast cancer awareness month

Shane Beneke September 30, 2015

One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. Breast cancer is also the most common cancer amongst older women.Today marks the first day of October, which is National Breast...

Freshman public relation major Kate Schwanke was on the first floor of Olson Hall when a shot was fired outside of Bowman Hall. Olson is the residence hall directly across the Esplanade from Bowman.

Olson Hall residents shelter in place after shooting

Martin Harp April 3, 2014

Kent State students are still in shock after a gun was fired outside Bowman Hall on Wednesday. Some students were closer to the event than they wanted to be. Residents from Olson Hall, which is directly...

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