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Fall Commencement Ceremonies, Speakers Promise Unique Perspectives

Mark your calendars to celebrate the most recent class of graduates from Kent State University:

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Commencement is always greatly anticipated.

Doctoral Commencement Ceremony
Thursday, Dec. 16, 6 p.m.
Location - Music and Speech Center, Stump Theatre
Speaker: Interim Vice President for Research Dr. Sonia Alemagno

Master's and Baccalaureate Ceremonies
Saturday, Dec. 18, - MAC Center

10 a.m. Ceremony, Colleges of
Architecture and Environmental Design
Business Administration
Education, Health and Human Services
Speaker: President's Ambassador Andre Thornton

2 p.m. Ceremony, Colleges of
the Arts
Arts and Sciences
Communication and Information
Speaker: Terry Scott,'73, senior vice president and global head of Creative Brand Service and Cake Mix Studios for Hasbro, Inc.

Kent State University at Stark will hold its fall commencement ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 19. The guest speaker will be Stark Community Foundation President Mark J. Samolczyk.

For additional information, contact the Provost's Office at 330-672-2220 or go to the website. Posted Dec. 13, 2010

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Planetarium's Holiday Show Presented Dec.17 and 18

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The planetarium in action

The planetarium's traditional holiday presentation is set for Friday, Dec. 17, and Saturday,Dec. 18, at 8 p.m. in Room 108 of Smith Hall. The show is an exploration of the skies of winter and their connection to religious and cultural observances throughout the world. Discover what's in the clear skies of winter and learn how the people of the world structure their lives around the heavens.

This show is free and open to all, but is not recommended for children under age six. Seating capacity is limited, so reservations must be made by calling 330-672-2246. Reservations are now being accepted. We request that persons needing special accommodations call at least one week in advance.

For additional information, contact Chris Kurtz at ckurtz@kent.eduor 330-672-7009. Posted Dec. 13, 2010

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Kent State University at Salem Community Choir Kicks off 20th Year with A Celebration of Carols

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The Kent State University at Salem Communiversity Choir

The Kent State University at Salem Community Choir is celebrating its 20th season this year with its first concert, A Celebration of Carols. The concert will be presented Sunday, Dec. 19, at 3 p.m. in the second floor auditorium of the Kent State at Salem City Center, which is located at 230 N. Lincoln Ave. in Salem.

The concert, which is part of Kent State at Salem's Symphonious Sunday Series, is free and open to the public.

This celebration of festive holiday music will feature selections from Benjamin Britten's Ceremony of Carols and fun versions of many well-loved holiday carols. In addition to piano, the choir will be accompanied by harp, brass and woodwinds.

The choir, which is made up of both Kent State students and community members, recently changed its name to reflect its membership. It is now the Kent State at Salem Communiversity Choir and everyone is welcome to join. Students who sing may elect to receive college credit.

For more information, please contact choir director Melissa Fucci at .

Posted Dec. 13, 2010

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