A KSU professor has been put on administrative leave after the administration learned about his felony arrest earlier this month.
Kenneth Charles Robinson associate professor of management and entrepreneurship was arrested and charged with child molestation and sexual battery. He turned himself in to the Fulton Co. Sherriff’s...News
In a letter from Vice President of Student Success Dr. Jerome Ratchford to the Student Activities Budget and Advisory Committee, he asked for a $190,000 transfer to the contingency fund.
SABAC is the voting body that determines where and how student allocated funds are distributed among Registered Student Organizations. Dr....News
During SGA’s open meeting last week, Lynda Lyons made a presentation about Childcare on campus.
She stated that there will not be involvement with any curriculum based programs at the present time and that they are beginning negotiations with third parties to provide childcare for students, faculty and alumni. The details have...News
Birgit Wassmuth, the Chair of the Department of Communication, tendered her resignation March 19 in a letter to Dr. Robin Dorff, Dean of the College of Humanities effective March 20.
Wassmuth began her career with KSU in 2006 joining the Department of Communication as Chair.
“During my seven and a half years as Department...News
SGA voted Thursday against supporting the Safe Carry Protection Act, House Bill 512 ,which allows students to carry a concealed firearm on university campuses.
The bill also reforms many laws and restrictions including concealed carrying in bars, public schools while attempting to prevent the National Guard or police from...News
According to the Student Activities and Budget Advisory Committee budget for Financial Year 2013 $164,000 was allocated to Registered Student Organizations requesting extra funds.
In the first two SABAC meetings $28,086 of the contingency fund was spent on different RSOs funding travel and lecture series.
“We have spent roughly...News
Rita Impey-Imes, former Curator of the KSU Bently Rare Books Gallery, died Thursday Feb 14.
Impey-Imes was born in 1954, in Houston, Mo. and graduated from Houston High School in 1972.
In 1977 she graduated from the University of Missouri with a Bachelor’s Degree in Art History. Impey-Imes married Thomas Imes, in Boulder, Col....News
KSU Benefactor Bernard A. Zuckerman, 91, of Atlanta, died Friday Feb 22, 2013.
Zuckerman was born to parent’s Regina and Joseph Zuckerman in New York, NY, in 1922. He served in the Army Air Force during World War II flying 53 combat missions in the Pacific Theater. For his service, he was awarded both the Silver Star and the...News
A violent storm system damaged cities across the southeast after spawning several tornados and killing two last Wednesday.
The storm caused flooding in the game room and the ceiling to leak in the Student Center on campus.
Calls, emails and texts were sent out by the KSU Emergency Alert System cautioning and updating students...Opinion
From my own personal experience, I can confidently say that drugs certainly have their place and use. They can work wonders. The right prescription or combination of medications can solve a litany of mental illnesses, physical struggles and emotional duress.
However, the symptoms of these issues are identical to the natural process of...