THE CENTER FOR STUDENT INVOLVEMENT IS HOSTING AN EVENT THIS SEMESTER BUT THE TURN OUT LEFT MUCH TO BE DESIRED. TIA MYERS-ROCKER HAS THE STORY.
WALK A MILE IN THEIR SHOES IS BACK AND YOU WON’T BELIEVE THE TURN OUT. TIA MYERS-ROCKER HAS THE STORY.
A KSU GRADUATE STUDENT IS ADVOCATING FOR STUDENTS WITH INVISIBLE DISABILITIES ON CAMPUS. TIA MYERS-ROCKER HAS THE STORY.
A MOVIE SHOWING IN FRANKLIN HALL’S AUDITORIUM SPARKED AN ETHICAL DISCUSSION ON TUESDAY. TIA MYERS-ROCKER HAS THE STORY.
Two ROTC Cadets share how their experience with the government shutdown has affected them. Also, the director of the Center for Veteran Affairs makes an appearance to elaborate on the time frame in which these student soldiers should apply for the benefits they need for college.
KSU faculty and staff, from different departments, sat down for a training in hopes of learning the best practices for being an ally to their students. Reporter Tia Myers-Rocker attended this training session in February 2018. About 25 Kent State faculty members attended this training on the second floor of the university library.