4 min ago
Cell phones linked to lower student GPA
Cell phones in all their various forms have become virtually synonymous with everyday life, allowing us to have almost constant communicative access to friends, family, and the rest of the world.
1 hr ago
'Butt-dialing' lawsuit cites Federal Wiretap Act
An Ohio airport board member filed a lawsuit against an administrative assistant who shared information she overheard when he accidentally called her.
8 hrs ago
Strongsville Morning Update: school board, open house, college junior in the spotlight
Strongsville City Schools will honor outgoing Board of Education members David Frazee and Jennifer Sinisgalli on Thursday night at Strongsville High School.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Magistrate seeks to take place of Judge Carnes
Portage County Common Pleas Court Magistrate Robert Berger has announced he will run for the juvenile/probate judgeship in 2014.
Jon Allen Glaser
Jon Allen Glaser, 73, a resident of Taylor, Michigan, passed away Sunday, December 8, 2013, at Oakwood Hospital in Dearborn, Michigan following a sudden illness.
Pauline B. Eddie, 1929-2013
She was born Aug. 5, 1929, in Detroit, Mich., the daughter of the late Paul and Alma Miller Almburg.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
On With The Show
Dec. 14-15: Northcoast Men's Chorus, 3 and 8 p.m. Saturday, 3 p.m. Sunday, Hanna Theater in downtown Cleveland.
5 Dangerous Ways Your Cell Phone Can Hurt You
Researchers from Kent State University found that college students glued to their phones all day were more anxious and received poorer grades.
Cell Phones Could Be Hurting College Students' Grades And Happiness: Study
Researchers from Kent State University found an association between high frequency of cell phone use and lower GPA among college students.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Medical News Today
Cell phone use linked to lower college grades, anxiety
Researchers in Ohio have found that frequent use of cell phones by college students is tied to poorer academic performance, anxiety and unhappiness.
Kent State University research finds meditation effective in reducing blood pressure
Two researchers at Kent State University have found that mindfulness-based stress reduction can reduce high blood pressure, which affects nearly 60 million adults in the United States.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Along the Way: In Philippines helping in typhoon relief
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.
Crain's Cleveland Business
Market Garden brewmaster blends 'art and science' at Ohio City pub
Andy Tveekrem is negotiating his laboratory, where a brew kettle, whirlpool tank, 15 fermenters, two water storage tanks and a yeast propagating system are the subjects of his science lesson.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Using smartphones too much may make you anxious, fat and a poor student
There is a downside to the high technology revolution which is upon us, regarding health issues.
Italian visiting architecture professor at Drury University stresses breadth
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.
KSU fashion show to benefit Habitat for Humanity Saturday
The Kent State University Habitat for Humanity campus chapter, in conjunction with the Fashion Show Productions course at KSU, is putting on the 5th annual Restore the Runway fashion show fundraiser today in the Student Center Ballroom.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
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.
Students' Cell Phone Use May Increase Anxiety, Decrease GPA And...
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.
Crain's Cleveland Business
2013 National Senior Games produce $36 million boost for Northeast Ohio
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.