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Kent State University: Safe Space Ally Training

Kent State University: Safe Space Ally Training

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.

The Beat of the Drum

The Beat of the Drum

If you happened to hear the beating of drums last Saturday, we promise it’s not your heart beating loudly at the thought of finals week.  Reporter Jasmin Sparkman investigated the rhythmic beating and proved that your heart is just fine. [bbrvideo]BBR_SPARKMAN_S4_DRUM[/bbrvideo] The sound of drums could be heard on campus well into Saturday evening as the annual native American Student Association Powwow brought in families from all over Northeast Ohio. A powwow is a cultural celebration where native families gather as…

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Finals Cause Late Nights for Students

Finals Cause Late Nights for Students

Anchor intro: Many college students are headed into finals week. Reporter Raymond Allan visited students to see how they were preparing for exams. [bbrvideo]BBR_ALLAN_S8_LIBRARY[/bbrvideo] A recent study has found that many students procrastinate their studying and many pull all nighters during final exams. the study done by St. Lawrence University says the 20% of college students stay up all night for a class with the number shooting up to 35% during a schools final exam week. Kent State sophomore Franklin…

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