Week of Feb. 8, 2016

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Graduating students at Kent State get seated for the university's Commencement ceremony.
From getting deployed to Afghanistan to being unable to pay for classes, starting a family and even accepting a job at a winery in southern Germany. The reasons for leaving Kent State University before completing a bachelor’s degree fall across a wide spectrum for some students.
David Hassler, director of the Wick Poetry Center, and Molly Merryman, Kent State professor, stand on each side of Alfreda Brown, vice president of Diversity Equity and Inclusion, after earning Kent State's diversity awards.
Kent State University Associate Professor Molly Merryman and the Wick Poetry Center are recipients of the university's diversity awards, presented during the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.
Kent State has a bright future.
See why our future is so bright! 
Kent State University at Salem students learn from insurance industry experts.
Steve Nameth, dean and chief administrative office of Kent State University at Salem, recently hosted a luncheon for business students to learn more about the insurance industry and the degree that could help get them through its doors.
Pictured is the buried woodshed at the Kent Campus.
What was once an old, abandoned woodshed on the Kent Campus from the early 1900s eventually evolved into a controversial and well-known piece of art.

Person's Name
New Face

kevin dilley

Director of Student Media
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Kent Campus

Robin Selinger
Familiar Face

robin selinger

Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program, Liquid Crystal Institute
Kent Campus

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