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Kent State Students Featured in ESPN's Monday Night Football Story

Kent State students were featured in a story about the Braylon Edwards Foundation on ESPN.

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Week of Jan. 16, 2012

Kent State University Marks 10th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

Marc Lamont Hill, Ph.D., activist, social critic and one of the nation’s most notable African-American leaders, will be the keynote speaker at Kent State’s 10th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration on Thursday, Jan. 26, at the Kent Student Center.

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The 10 Most Popular e-Inside Videos of 2011

All through 2011, e-Inside featured weekly videos about events, achievements, milestones and other happenings in and around campus. Find out what the 10 most popular videos of 2011 are.

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Professor’s Passion Inspires Students

Associate Professor Susan Taft’s first memory of teaching was as a doctoral graduate student standing in front of a class of students, trying to keep her knees from knocking and her hands from shaking. Now, after enthusiastically teaching at Kent State University for more than two decades, Taft has earned one of the 2011 Distinguished Teaching Awards, which is awarded to full-time tenure track faculty who demonstrate extraordinary teaching.

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The 2012 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

This is a preview for the 10th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration at Kent State. Watch some highlights from last year's event and listen to Geraldine Hayes-Nelson, executive director, Diversity Programming and Community Outreach, talk about the significance of the celebration.

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“Here Comes the Judge!”

Thomas P. Gysegem can be called a lot of things, including assistant prosecutor, judge and teacher. But there is one tag many people don’t know that they can hang on the longtime law man – actor. And it was his role as a part-time justice studies instructor at Kent State University at Trumbull that brought the Warren Municipal Court judge back to the stage this past summer after a self-imposed sentence away from acting.

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What’s Your Favorite Ray’s Place Memory?

Do you recall going into Ray’s Place in downtown Kent, but never remember coming out? If you have similar stories or other fond, funny, sentimental or weird memories of Ray’s Place, you have the opportunity to share them in a book that commemorates the restaurant’s 75th anniversary.

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