March 3rd, 201576Becca Morrow, Production Manager //
Keeping up with world news has never been my forte. Since I realize its importance, I'm making it a goal of mine to read more than just the headlines when it comes to major trending topics in news. One topic that plenty of people have been discussing around me lately is net neutrality. So, when I...
December 12th, 201488James Sears, Staff Writer
Kennesaw State University’s consolidation with Southern Polytechnic State University
(SPSU) has been approved by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) during its annual meeting in Nashville on Tuesday Dec. 9.
SACS is the accrediting body for institutions in the American Southern states...
December 8th, 201499
Kaitlyn Lewis, News Editor
President Daniel Papp signed a Deed of Gift with Republican Rep. Phil Gingrey in the Social Sciences Building Friday, Dec. 5, transferring Gingrey’s official papers to Kennesaw State University.
Gingrey served as Georgia’s state senator from 1999 to 2003 and was a three-time chairman of the...
November 25th, 2014145Sierra Hubbard, Staff Writer
Athiests United hosted a Q-and-A session Friday, Nov. 21 with world-renowned scientist Dr. Richard Dawkins in the Bailey Performance Center.
Senior and English major Brian Clyne is the founder and president of Atheists Untied, a student organization created in 2012.
“Richard Dawkins appeals from...
November 12th, 201461Joiya Stacks, Contributor
Members of the Kennesaw community gathered in the University Rooms in the Student Center on Monday, Nov. 10, to honor past and present members of the military for their service to the country.
This year’s Veterans Day Ceremony featured many noted speakers including President Daniel Papp, Chaplain Robert...
September 24th, 2014176
By Kaitlyn Lewis (News Editor)
Kennesaw State University’s Coles College of Business cut the ribbon to the new Hughes Leadership and Career Center Wednesday, Sept. 24. The center was made possible through a $500,000 donation from a former Coles College graduate student, Tom Hughes, and his wife, Barbara Hughes.
September 4th, 201449By Kaitlyn Lewis (News Editor)
(Sept. 4, 2014) --- Kennesaw State held a conference this morning declaring itself “Storm Ready”, a title designated for certain universities which meet the National Weather Service’s (NWS) StormReady Program standards.
KSU is the first public university in Georgia to receive this status,...
February 6th, 201442This acknowledgment highlights the personal accounts of four women who were stranded at KSU during the snowstorm last week.
Photos and story courtesy of Kimberly Atlee
We call ourselves the Student Development Department Refugees. We have our own unique story on how we tried to get home but found ourselves back at KSU. We took an...