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We all belong here Islam graphic

One of the many take-aways from the Dialogue and Difference program "Understanding and Combating Islamophobia" was that overcoming Islamophobia and other forms of racism and bigotry may be as simple as remembering the lessons we should have been taught as children. 

Religions in times of conflict.

As part of Kent State's Dialogue and Difference: A New Understanding" initiative, faculty members from diverse backgrounds came together in an online panel to share their personal insights in navigating the impact of conflict and cultural and religious identity. 

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Mental Health Display in The Kent Student Center

Kent State's commitment to mental health is on display in a walk-through installation in the Kent Student Center.

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Crop Shana Lee and the Well Hub staff

A new event on campus seeks to offer support and community for students who have lost loved ones. 

Black squirrel eating an acorn

Let's get nuts! The 41st Annual Black Squirrel Festival kicks off today at 4 p.m. on the Student Green and Risman Plaza.

Mother and daughter at Families weekend

On September 29 and 30, families of Kent State students were honored with fun events and activities during the university's annual Parents and Families Weekend.

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Student at Karamu

The university's traditional Karamu Ya Wahitimu/Celebración de los Graduados ceremonies celebrated Spring 2023 graduates. 

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Kent State University ROTC Cadets present the colors at a Kent State football game at Dix Stadium.

“Always Ready, Always There” is the motto of the National Guard. In many ways, this describes Kent State University’s Center for Adult and Veteran Services, too. For the 14th consecutive year, Kent State has been designated a Military Friendly School.

Plant vendor at Spring 2023 Farmers' Market

The first on-campus Farmers' Market of spring arrived on Tuesday in the DI Hub.