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Make Plans to Share in the Homecoming 2010 Excitement This Week

Homecoming 2010 is here! Join the university community as the excitement builds leading up to this weekend's festivities.

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Week of Oct. 4, 2010

Kent State Rated One of the World's Top 200 Universities

As Kent State University continues its Centennial celebration, it received a special recognition that reinforces the impact and reputation the university has in the world. Times Higher Education, a London-based higher education magazine has ranked Kent State as one of the top 200 universities in the world.

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WKSU-FM Celebrates 60 Years On Air

WKSU-FM has come a long way since it was founded on Oct. 2, 1950. In the early days, there was no permanent staff, and the 10-watt signal barely reached beyond the borders of campus. Today, WKSU-FM continues to be one of the most respected and award-winning radio stations in America.

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Watching Theatre Education in Action Transforms Learning for Art of Theatre Classes

Profile of Excellence in Action:
Department of Theatre professor Dr. Yuko Kurahashi has successfully put a Transformative Learning Grant to use to streamline and add a visual element to coursework to bolster student learning.

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State of the University Address 2010

Senior finance major Justin Pierce introduced Kent State University President Lester A. Lefton before Lefton delivered his fourth annual State of the University address Sept. 23 in the Kent Student Center Kiva.

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Kent State University at East Liverpool Students Learn About Advocacy During D.C. Trip

Kent State Occupational Therapy program students learn about the importance of advocacy during a trip to the nation's capital.

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Annual Kent State Community Food Drive Collection as Easy as Mailing a Letter

The annual Kent State faculty, staff and student food drive began on Oct. 1 and will run through Oct. 20. The collection process is simple: Mail Services will pick up donated items at each department's designated mail pick-up site.

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