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Henry Halems 9/11 collection is now displayed at the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Kent resident creates 9/11 artwork

Jordan Coleman Reporter September 11, 2021

Retired Kent State professor Henry Halem has been created a 9 piece glass series in honor of the 20th Sept. 11 anniversary. The displayed pieces are made out of shattered glass in a 2-dimensional narrative,...


CARES Act funding supports updates to Franklin Hall classrooms

Austin Monigold Reporter April 6, 2021

Franklin Hall is using CARES Act funding for technology updates intended to help professors and students connect as smoothly as possible during the transition back to in-person classes and beyond.Kent...

Residence halls face new security upgrades

Hannah Gooch Housing reporter November 13, 2019

 Security upgrades have been made to residence halls around campus since last semester.After 5 p.m. on weekdays and any time on weekends, main residence hall doors to the area desk dorms are locked to...

Students prepare cuts of steak to pair with different wines at the end of class on Oct. 15, 2019. 

Students earn class credit for drinking wine

Katie Thompson Teaching reporter October 19, 2019

Every Tuesday afternoon, 14 students gather in the kitchen on the second floor of Twin Towers to earn credit by drinking wine. The kitchen served as the dining hall kitchen for Kent State in the 1960s...

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September 11, 2019

On September 12, 2001, the editorial board of the Kent Stater wrote an opinion that called for revenge following the attacks at the Twin Towers, Pentagon and Shanksville. They wrote, “they are just awakening...

Our View: Symbolic acts can have unintended consequences

KS Editors February 11, 2015

This morning, President Barack Obama sent a request for authorization for military force to be used against the Islamic State. The request, an act that is within the powers of the president to use, would...

 A group of Kent State students discuss possible mantras and ideas for the new Student Mediation Services, which had its opening day on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015 in the Twin Towers residence halls.

Student Mediation Services builds social media, relationships

McKenzie Jean-Philippe January 27, 2015

Seated around a conference table, guests at the grand opening of Kent State’s Student Mediation Services on Tuesday, Jan. 27 brainstormed hashtags and mottos that will be use to build its social media...

New Student Mediation Services to host grand opening on Tuesday

McKenzie Jean-Philippe January 25, 2015

Kent State’s new Student Mediation Services will be hosting a grand opening Tuesday, Jan. 27 in Twin Towers (Beall-McDowell) from 4-7 p.m.Student Mediation Services was created at the beginning of the...

Guest Columnist: A day I will remember

Celia Fernandez September 10, 2014

Thirteen years ago, I was a third grader at Public School 152 in New York City. It was early in the morning when our teacher told us that our parents were going to pick us up early and we would be going...

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