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From the formation of Joe Walsh's first band, The Measles, and the creation of DEVO in Kent State University's art department to original performances of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon and serendipitous collaborations like Emmylou Harris and Good Company in the Water Street Saloon, the influence of Kent's music scene has been powerful.
Howard Means, 67 Shots: Kent State and the End of American Innocence (Boston: Da Capo Press 2016)
CHAMPAIGN -- Illinois, looking to find its footing after a surprisingly tough comeback win against Kent State to open the season, in theory gets another tuneup game at home Saturday against Western Illinois.
* Michael Kohuth (Kent State), AFS Southwestern Ohio Scholarship
The Kent State shootings were the shootings on May 4, 1970, of unarmed college students by members of the Ohio National Guard during a mass protest against the Vietnam War at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio.
Northwestern leads the team race at 13-over 301 after Friday with Kent State second at 303, followed by Ohio State, Stanford, Arizona State and Baylor, all tied for third at 311.
From Che Guavaras face to the Hindenburg in flames to death at Kent State and the iconic flag-raising at Ground Zero, each book succinctly takes a measured approach to understanding the visual imagery, historical context, and complex sociopolitical climate within which a photograph thrives.
The Vermont senator praised his former Democratic rival's agenda as the right choice for millennial and union voters and said those who are turned off by their choices in the election should still turn out, even if they think "everybody's horrible." Sanders told gatherings at the University of Akron and Kent State that Republican Donald Trump's statements against Muslims, women, Mexicans and other groups threaten to unravel decades of work to improve equality.
I do not officially speak for Kent State, but I feel obligated to correct some errors of omission in this article and a previous online editorial by Diep Tran ("On the Rights of Playwrights and White Tears").
67 Shots, by the journalist Howard Means, describes the nasty public commentary that accompanied the deaths of four young people at Kent State University on May 4, 1970.
I read with great interest the article by Natalie McGill about Kent State University students' efforts to boost flu clinic visits in the April 2015 issue of The Nation's Health.

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