Kent State University

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Kent State University,

mainly at Kent, Ohio; coeducational; founded 1910 as a normal school, became Kent State College in 1929, gained university status in 1935. The university's academic programs and research facilities include the Center for Applied Conflict Management, the College of Architecture and Environmental Design, and the Glenn H. Brown Liquid Crystal Insitute as well as an urban design center in and a podiatric medical college near Cleveland. Seven regional campuses of the university offer associate degrees. In May, 1970, national attention was focused on the Kent State campus when four students were killed by Ohio National Guardsmen during an anti–Vietnam War protest.
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The campus newspaper, the Daily Kent Stater, printed a letter from Adisa A.
Later in the year, an advertisement signed by 300 members of the KSU faculty and administration with the title, "A Call for Civil Discourse," was published in the Daily Kent Stater. The ad condemned the Uhuru article as "blatantly antisemitic" and warned that:
Alkebulan, Editorial, Daily Kent Stater, September 28, 1994.
Current Employment: News correspondent, Daily Kent Stater, Kent, Ohio.
Previous Work Experience: Features reporter, Daily Kent Stater, spring 2006; Features correspondent, Daily Kent Stater, fall 2005; staff reporter, Page One, Warren Tribune Chronicle, 2002-2004; designer, Page One, 2004; staff, The Niles Times, 2004; reporter, How does your garden grow?, WYTV, 2004.
Undergraduate Student Senate Executive Director Nic Smith was quoted in the May 4 Daily Kent Stater, the campus newspaper: "In the future, we need to make sure the historical aspects of the May 4 incident are remembered and cease to become a showcase for personal political gain.
To few students' surprise, the Daily Kent Stater followed suit.
* Spot News: Beth Walsh, editor, "A Shooting at McDowell," Daily Kent Stater, Kent University.
A sophomore at Kent State University majoring in art education, Sharron, 20, has been at the Daily Kent Stater for more than a year.
Chris Sharron Kent State University Daily Kent Stater