Divorcee Preaches on Corner
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Divorcee Preaches on Corner

KSU students, staff and faculty all know the “crazy sign guy” that stands on the…

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Phillip Phillips Comes “Home”
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Phillip Phillips Comes “Home”

On Sunday, March 24, Georgia native Phillip Phillips put on a concert in Kennesaw for…

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OZ the Great & Powerful: The Story Before Dorothy
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OZ the Great & Powerful: The Story Before Dorothy

Following the baseline of the original The Wizard of Oz, Walt Disney takes on its…

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You Can Dance if You Want to, and Raise a Lot of Money
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A Week of Sound: A Festival of Music
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A Week of Sound: A Festival of Music

This past week at KSU, the College of the Arts hosted the 2013 Festival of…

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Atlanta Ballet: Dracula
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Atlanta Ballet: Dracula

Choreographer Michael Pink takes on the challenge of “Dracula” as it returns to the Atlanta Ballet…

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Club of the Week: Clutch Council
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Club of the Week: Clutch Council

KSU’s growth is important no matter a person’s affiliation with the community. KSU’s Alumni Association…

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Opinions at the Time of the Fourteenth Amendment
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Opinions at the Time of the Fourteenth Amendment

The ERA, Equal Rights Amendment, is one of many that are taken advantage of throughout…

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New Years Resolutions – A Revolution of Resolutions
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New Years Resolutions – A Revolution of Resolutions

How to Survive Roommates
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How to Survive Roommates

Roommates can be challenging. While movie nights and game days can be fun, the mess…

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