Flashes of Brilliance
Juneteenth: A Celebration of Independence and Resistance
On June 19, people across the country celebrate Juneteenth, the commemoration of the day in 1865 when enslaved black Americans in Galveston, Texas, got the news that the Civil War had ended, and they were now free.
University, Student Leaders Reflect on Whether George Floyd Protests Will Spur Sustained Change
University and student leaders share their personal insights into America's current unrest and whether protests will lead to lasting change.
Kent State Emergency Grant Fund Helps Students With Basic Needs
The Kent State Emergency Grant Fund is helping students meet financial challenges.
Kent State Captures MAC FAR Award in Women’s Sports
Kent State University has won the Mid-American Conference’s Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) for women’s sports award for the first time in school history.
COVID-19 Provides Kent State Nursing Students Unparalleled Experience
During the COVID-19 pandemic, students in Kent State University’s College of Nursing have been employed in hospitals throughout Northeast Ohio, where they have honed their skills and observed healthcare professionals on the front lines.