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Ebone Bell speaks to USG and the Panhellenic Council on tokenism

Ebone Bell speaks to USG and the Panhellenic Council on tokenism

Jala Forest, Staff Writer
March 21, 2022

The Panhellenic Council and Undergraduate Student Government hosted a seminar last week focused on how Kent State can achieve diversity without using tokenism.    Diversity...

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Stephanie Smith, in front, speaks at the HB 327 protest,

Students gather in protest of House Bill 327

Mia Barnes, Staff Writer
March 13, 2022

Wednesday, students led by the Ohio Student Association (OSA), Black United Students (BUS), and the Undergraduate Student Government (USG), joined together at the K to rally against...

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Flashes of DEI Podcast: The History and Legacy of BUS

Flashes of DEI Podcast: The History and Legacy of BUS

Jala Forest, Staff Writer
March 2, 2022

Black United Students (BUS) has advocated for Black students at Kent State for over 50 years. The group built a legacy that has opened doors and broken barriers on campus.   BUS...

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UNIDAD Latinx Art Exhibit

UNIDAD Latinx Art Exhibit

Terry Lee III
October 27, 2021

The UNIDAD Group Art Exhibition holds Latinx inspired art pieces in celebration of Hispanic Heritage month. Head Curator Ari Bliss, teamed up with the Kent State University Multicultural...

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Liberation Through Communication Exhibit

Liberation Through Communication Exhibit

Julia Duanetto De Sousa
October 13, 2021

Located in the Marovitz Gallery on the first floor of the university library the new exhibit by Kent State's Special Collections and Archives features publications of Black United...

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Masa Zodros
Femme Totem Blue, 2018
Unique digital photograph
17.5 x 30 in.

About the Kent State Museum’s Latest Exhibit on Black Hair

Hannah Davis
September 27, 2021

Art lovers in the Kent community can now explore all things related to Black hair, thanks to the Kent State University Museum’s new exhibition “TEXTURES: the history and art...

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Over 250 logged on to Zoom on Thursday for Kent State University’s Anti-Racism Task Force town hall.

Kent State’s anti-racism task force holds first town hall

Alex Gray
December 14, 2020

The KSU community came together to fight racism on campus after racist messages were written on the Rock. Over 250 people were on Zoom Thursday night for Kent State’s...

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Uhurus 2020 Democratic Breakdown

Uhuru’s 2020 Democratic Breakdown

December 9, 2019

The 2020 presidential election is a little less than a year away, and if you plan to vote for a Democrat, you have a multitude of options to choose from. There are currently 18...

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From left to right: Kent State Students Sydney Evans, William Barrett, Larjae’ Cohen, Trinity Tyler, Latrice Johnson, Paul Jetter, Kristal Moseley and C.J. Owensby all wait to see who will be crowned king, queen, prince and princess at 50th Annual Renaissance Ball.

After 50 years, Black United Students Continues to Showcase “Black Excellence” at this Year’s Renaissance Ball

November 19, 2019

Black United Students gave students an evening full of excitement on Thursday, Nov. 14 with this year’s Renaissance Ball. Over 450 attendees filled the Student Center ballroom...

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A New Life in South Korea: Alumni Q&A

A New Life in South Korea: Alumni Q&A

November 1, 2019

Kent State alumni Austin Bashore first stepped foot into Korea in August 2017 for a year-long program abroad. He graduated from Kent State University in 2019 with Teaching English...

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Caribbean Culture Comes to Kent

Caribbean Culture Comes to Kent

December 13, 2017

Modista Fashion Group and the Student Organization of Caribbean Alliance collaborated with its Caribana Fashion Show Experience, Saturday Dec. 9. Founded by Kareem Rogers, S.O.C.A....

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