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Photo courtesy of College Football News October 30, 2021 was a big day for me. October 30, 2021 was the day the Penn State Nittany Lions went on the road for a clash with the big, bad Ohio State Buckeyes at Ohio Stadium in Columbus. Over 105,000 fans packed into the Shoe to take in what […]

Since the middle of August, the Marching Golden Flashes have been working hard to put together halftime shows. Each week, they are extremely dedicated to practicing and perfecting their show. In the beginning of the season, they traveled to the Stow-Munroe Falls band show where they performed a ‘Dance Show’. They played many hits that […]

Photo Credit: crainscleveland.com The winningest coach in Kent State history is here to stay. Rob Senderoff signed an extension to remain the Golden Flashes’ Men’s Basketball Head Coach through the 2025-26 season. The announcement was made Tuesday by newly appointed Director of Athletics Randale Richmond.  “We’re thrilled to extend the contract of Coach Senderoff,” Richmond […]

Photo caption: The front doors of the Kent Stage. Theaters globally have either felt or seen the impact of COVID-19 and the Kent Stage is no exception. The theater was built in 1927 for silent films, but was repurposed as a venue for live shows in 2002. It has been closed since March 10, 2020. The […]

Photo caption: As of May 2021, LinkedIn shows results for over 10,000 remote internships for students and recent graduates. What was once an exciting turning point for the college upperclassmen has turned into a crisis of the unknown. The job board site Glassdoor reported when this all began in May of 2020 that internship openings […]

Inti Hayna is a master’s student at Kent State University in the School of Music, studying violin. Born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia, she’s been playing the violin since she was eight years old. After finishing her undergraduate program in Bogota, Inti began looking for universities to continue studying music. After looking for universities in […]

Photo Credit: wsaz.com Kent State was dealt a major blow 20 minutes before tip-off when All-MAC Senior forward Danny Pippen was ruled out of the MAC Tournament quarterfinal versus the Ohio Bobcats.  Without Pippen and All-MAC Third Teamer Michael Nuga, the Ohio Bobcats decimated the Kent State Golden Flashes 85-63 The Golden Flashes were porous […]

Photo Credit: collegefootballlnews.com The Kent State Golden Flashes football team has accomplished a feat they had not accomplished since the 1976-77 seasons, back-to-back winning seasons.   The 2019 season was the only Golden Flashes bowl win in the program’s history, with a win over Utah State in the Tropical Smoothie Café Frisco Bowl 51-41. However, this […]

Daryl Hall started at Kent State in the fall of 1970 as a football player. Written in the aftermath of the tragic events of May 4, 1970, his book Flashback is described as “a young man’s search for truth about the Kent State Shootings.” We discuss his life playing football, his motivations for writing the book and […]

Photo credit: oanow.com When Dustin Crum was named the starting quarterback for the Kent State Golden Flashes, many eyebrows were raised, but head coach Sean Lewis knew he was a player who could put up box office numbers like he did yesterday against Ohio University. ‘ “There’s a reason he earned that opportunity,” Lewis said. […]


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