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Kent State University President Todd Diacon speaks to the audience during the groundbreaking ceremony.

Gateway Master Plan starts; Terrace Drive closed for year

September 1, 2022

Kent State began part one of its three-part plan which aims to add new buildings to campus while making the campus a more walkable place. The 10-year plan is known as the Kent Campus Gateway...

Natural gas leak shuts down White and Moulton halls

Alexandra Golden, Assigning Editor March 3, 2022

Editor's Note: The following story was updated to reflect recent developments in the gas leaks in White and Moulton Halls as of Friday, March 4, 2022. Public safety departments and the gas company assessed...

COVID-19 increases demand for mental health resources on Kent campus

Madison Goerl, Reporter February 22, 2022

A Kent State Reddit user posted suicidal threats in January, reigniting the conversation about college student's mental health during COVID-19. "I am very lonely and I don't have any friends and I want...

Exploring sexuality in college

Natalia Hernandez Maceira September 29, 2021

For many students, college is the first time to take control of their sexual health. It’s also how students start exploring their sexuality and expand their identities, according to the Act for Youth...

Terrace Hall will be torn down once fundraising for the new business building is complete. Kent State’s Gateway Masterplan is off to a slow started while the pandemic continues.

With efforts to raise funds for new business building, Terrace Hall’s demolition pauses

Liam Morrison Reporter September 21, 2021

Terrace Hall will not be torn down until the fundraising goal of $20 million is met for the new College of Business Administration building, as a part of Kent State’s 10-year Gateway Master Plan.President...

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Kent State receives roughly $23.25 million from state for maintenance, renovation projects

Emma Andrus Reporter February 5, 2021

Renovations to Kent State’s School of Fashion, one of several planned maintenance projects across its campuses, will soon be underway with funds from Senate Bill 310, signed into law by Ohio Gov. Mike...

A sign outside of White Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 2. Photo by Morgan McGrath.

Counseling Center finds both success and challenges in conducting virtual sessions

Cassidy Gladieux Reporter February 3, 2021

With the pandemic, counseling centers and their clients have faced their own difficulties when it comes to appointments. For the Kent State Counseling Center located in White Hall, it has made the transition...

The Nightingale Project works to put an end to the stigma around mental illness

Shelby Reeves Reporter April 9, 2020

One in three college students suffer from depression.Almost half of all college students report feeling anxiety.These facts come as no surprise to college students who deal with these struggles every day....

A CCS student prepares for food lab in the Campus Kitchen.

Cooking with Career and Community Studies

On the first day of the fall semester, a large handful of students walked into White Hall to learn about self-determination. That group was just starting their journey as Career and Community Studies students. Career...

Kayla Marker looking at scenery in Gatlinburg, TN, her favorite place, “where I felt most calm and fell in love with the mountains,” July 2018. 

Active Minds president shares her story on struggles with mental health

Becca Sagaris Health reporter November 11, 2019

Editorial Note: The story below contains content that may be difficult for some readers, with topics of physical and emotional abuse.Kayla Marker, a junior psychology and criminal justice major, likes...

Students are stressed, so are the faculty

Katie Thompson September 10, 2019

As fall semester starts, students know the amount of stress they are going to go through, but they may not realize the stress their professors will face. One-fourth of full time faculty that participated...

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Our View: Where does $20 get you?

Editorial Board September 4, 2019

In the near future, the university will take $20 out of your account to enhance mental health services on campus. No, it is not optional, and no, you don’t know what the money will be used for, neither...

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