The Reality of Relationships

Those who have lived through previous generations know that despite all of our efforts, or lack thereof, the reality of relationships has drastically changed. Some may say this change is for the better, whereas others argue it caused issues within society’s ability to problem solve. Instead of solving differences face to

How to Throw an Award Winning Party

It’s that time of the year again when we enjoy what some would call the most entertaining of all awards shows: the Oscars. What better way to celebrate than hosting a watch party with girlfriends? And sorry, but most of us are dying to snack on some fancy food, sip

Make America Think Again

There is much debate over whether or not protesting has any real effect on social change. Can you blame anyone? Walking for miles with picket signs and yelling until your lungs grow raspy does not seem like the most efficient way to get a point across. Plus, there are sometimes

ALLELES Design Studio Brings It’s Story to Kent

  The creators of the ALLELES Design Studio told students “You are not designing for your peers; you are designing for your client,” during the Alleles reception and lecture. On Feb. 17, 2017, McCauley Wanner and Ryan Palibroda, co-creators of the Alleles Design Studio, spoke at Kent State University. The event was

(dis)ABLED Beauty Speakers

Dr. Tameka Ellington and Dr. Stacey Lim, the creators of the (dis)ABLED Beauty exhibition at Kent State, have a message when it comes to their work. Since their exhibition of (dis)ABLED Beauty opened on July 29, 2016, Dr. Ellington, a fashion design professor at Kent State, and Dr. Lim, an audiology

Kent State: Sweet Tooth for Sugar Daddies

  College can be extremely stressful for a student, from the rigid class work and prolonged study hours to balancing a social and professional life, one can agree that the four-year process of receiving a degree is challenging. Arguably, the most stressful demand of college can be the financial needs involved. As