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My great-grandma Alberta died in the winter of 2009 and although I didn’t know her all that well, she most certainly knew me less. Dementia had rooted itself in her memory several years before and at 11 years old, I didn’t have time to make an impression before her mind and body passed.

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What is it about fall candles that sends everyone into a frenzy? Do their flames spark the start to the best times of the year? When we can finally dig out our sweaters and start ordering hot drinks from Starbucks again? Unless you’re a year-round iced coffee person, in that case, I admire y…

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It was a cool 55 degrees outside, but as I sat in the CVS clinic waiting area, sweat threatened to seep through my sweater. I was desperate for water, but I was fighting the urge to vomit. Everything vaguely hurt.

My friend and cerebral palsy warrior, Peter Knab, loves to travel. He’s an avid Cleveland sports fan and he’s on cloud nine when he gets the opportunity to travel to a new ballpark or stadium.

F. Scott Fitzgerald once wrote, “Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall,” and that’s how it used to feel."

To be a Christian artist is to be in good company: Dante, Bach, Dostoevsky, Botticelli, Mozart, Michelangelo, Tolstoy, Tolkien, Da Vinci, Vivaldi, Raphael and Caravaggio. But, to be a Christian musical artist in the 21st century puts you among the crafters of some of the most insipid melodie…

In America, Halloween celebrations have always involved children going door to door in neighborhoods asking the words “trick or treat” while wearing costumes of ghosts, goblins, monsters, witches, superheroes and any other comic book or movie-related characters we've inherited from the media…

The Kent Stater editors took shifts throughout the night Saturday to get a full picture of what people were experiencing in downtown Kent. The hour-long shifts started at 8 p.m. and went until 2 a.m., with editors and photographers talking to various people filling the streets.

The impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump would not be happening if it weren’t for one individual. 

As I enter into the halfway mark of my semester abroad, I reflect on how I’ve made Florence my home away from home. Being away from home can be difficult, especially in a completely foreign place. I hope my personal experience can help anyone who is having difficulty being away from home, wh…