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Will Harper, a 2001 graduate of Roosevelt High School and the son of Mary Beth Harper and Joe Harper, both of Kent, is working in Tacloban, Philippines, assisting with the typhoon relief effort.
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There is a downside to the high technology revolution which is upon us, regarding health issues.
Italian Filippo Caprioglio, the first visiting professor at Drury University's Hammons School of Architecture, has given fifth-year architecture students a broader view of what their career might be like.
MaryEllen Walsh of Peninsula keeps an eye on a multiple monitor simulator during in the Air Traffic Control lab at Kent State University on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
Ku70 was identified as an interacting partner of a proteolytic Cyclin E fragment, p18CycE.
The prevalence of digital devices on campus makes it inevitable for college students to rely on this medium to engage with their peers in the digital age.
The 2013 National Senior Games provided a $36 million boost to the Northeast Ohio economy, about $1 million more than originally forecast, according to a study from the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission and Kent State University's Department of Economics.
Today, smartphones are central to college students' lives, keeping them constantly connected with friends, family and the Internet.
Tony Misko, Jr., PhD, husband, father, educator, coach, member of the greatest generation, Tony Misko, Jr., 91, of Sheffield Township, died Friday, November 29, 2013 at Vermilion's Mill Manor Health Center after an extended illness.
Tom Batiuk, an Ohio native and the creator of the "Funky Winkerbean" and "Crankshaft" comic strips, will visit Main Street Books from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday to discuss his book "Lisa's Story" and Lisa's Legacy Fund, which he created to raise money for cancer research and treatment.
Kent State University at Stark presents "An Old-Fashioned Christmas," performed by The Lyric Theatre Ensemble, at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 14 in Main Hall Auditorium, 6000 Frank Ave. N.W., Jackson Township.
"I bought the program in 2008 because I believe in the Kindermusik benefits for early childhood education," said Heydorn.
Taffy Miltz has an alternative for dog owners whose experience with a kennel, pet sitters or friends and family members caring for their canine friends has been less than ideal - or who just need the promise of a more personal touch so they can relax on vacation knowing Fido is in good hands.
Kent State University is undertaking a new initiative to encourage more first generation and low-income high school students to attend college.
A 20-year-old Fairfax High School graduate is asking for the public's help in funding her internship in public health.