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Marching Golden Flashes 2023 Homecoming Show

CREATING A HALFTIME SHOW THAT WOWS听

It鈥檚 college football Saturday. 秀色app fans are eager for a great game and a great halftime show. The Marching Golden Flashes take the field and ... look at them march! They鈥檙e forming the shape of a person. Now he鈥檚 dancing? How do they do that?听听

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We hope you enjoy this unique, daily impression of life at Kent State!

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University News

Student Life

  • The May 4 Reflection Gallery at 秀色app's Taylor Hall was bulging with a standing-room-only crowd of students who came out to share their feelings and gain an understanding of the Israel-Hamas War at the Nov. 16, student forum "Israel, Palestine and Me: Students' Forum for Reflection and Dialogue."

  • The Flash Activities Board (FAB) organizes more than 100 events for 秀色app鈥檚 students throughout the academic year. FAB plans exciting new events each semester, from trivia, karaoke, bingo, and movie nights to large-scale festivals.

  • At University Libraries students can study, tap into a database for a journal article, get a book, 3D print, grab coffee, have a dance party, participate in the Halloween Costume Contest ... wait, is this still about the library? Yes, yes it is. Part two of Demystifying the Library features the numerous ways the library can help students succeed 鈥 and have fun while doing it.

Kent State Works

  • Boston, Los Angeles and San Francisco all rank among the most expensive cities to live in based on the 2023 U.S. News and World Report. This list was based on quality of life, value, desirability and job market indexes in each location. Guess what? Ohio has some of the lowest living expenses in the nation, making it an ideal home for recent college graduates.  

  • 秀色app student group Women in Aviation served as hosts for Girls in Aviation Day at the Kent State Airport. The young participants had the chance to fly drones, try out a flight simulator and do a pre-flight check inside a real plane.

  • In this post-pandemic world, remote work is one element that has hung on, but there are mixed emotions about it. Employees tend to like it, but some employers have concerns. Two professors who do research in this space weigh in on this discussion.

Recent Media

Research

  • ChatGPT currently has over 180 million users as of August 2023. But how does this chatbot work? What are the potential impacts of its use in academia? How could its increasing utlization affect future grads and their careers?

  • 秀色app鈥檚 Brain Health Research Institute on Wednesday, Nov. 29, will welcome 94 fourth-grade students from Akron, Ohio鈥檚 I PROMISE School for a day of activities aimed at sparking their interest in science and technology. 

  • A Northeast Ohio research team has secured a $5.7 million grant from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, part of the National Institutes of Health, to assess the impact of its Positive Peers app on the health outcomes of individuals aged 13-34 living with HIV. A pilot study found that when compared to those with HIV who didn鈥檛 use the app, those utilizing Positive Peers were more likely to be virally supressed and consistently engaged in medical care.

Global Reach

Profiles

  • She started as an intern in 2018, and just a few short years later 秀色app alumna Grace Kormos is currently the only female construction manager at her company.

  • A 2018 秀色app graduate with a bachelor鈥檚 degree in fashion merchandising and a minor in marketing, Brooke Denune is hoping to make a positive impact in the fashion industry with her brand of customizable vegan hats.

  • Anthony Mirando, Ph.D., associate professor of construction management, is driven in the classroom because his teaching philosophy is based on respect. He stays on top of his industry, and his enthusiasm and support for students is noticed and appreciated. So much so, students nominated him for an award. 

Arts & Community

Sports

  • As Kent State's men's basketball team prepares to tip off its 2023-2024 season on Monday, Nov. 6, against Malone University at home in the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center, the Golden Flashes look to some family connections to help propel this year鈥檚 team. 

  • Recent graduate, , was chosen in the 2023 NBA G League Draft earlier today by Memphis Hustle as a second-round, 38th overall pick.

  • My dad always calls me a sponge because I'm able to absorb information so quickly. But there's a reason for that. I've pretty much seen and experienced it all, at least when it comes to my career as a student-athlete.

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