“Please do not be disappointed if my answer to your question is ‘I don’t know. That’s going to be decided by the implementation committee and the operational committees as they move forward.’”
Such was the warning KSU President Daniel Papp gave audience members before answering questions posed about Kennesaw State’s...News
Kennesaw State University and Southern Polytechnic State University will merge into one larger institution in 2015, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia announced Friday.
News of the merger has left students of both universities perplexed, particularly at SPSU where students seeking degrees from the technical...News
Leading scholars of Middle Eastern affairs gathered Wednesday, discussing the causes and consequences of the Arab uprisings that have inspired millions to take to the streets in efforts to oust long-time dictators in pursuit of democracy for their nations.
The three-member panel discussion was coordinated by KSU’s College of...News
President Obama signed a bill Wednesday night to end the 16-day government shutdown and avert a default by raising the federal debt limit. The bill, which passed in the House by a margin of 285-144 and in the Senate by a vote of 81-18, will continue to fund the federal government through Jan. 15.
The legislation, while reopening the...News
Kimberly Kilgore, a 21-year-old Communication student, died Friday after suffering fatal injuries in a road rage shooting off Shiloh Road in the early hours of Oct. 11.
According to Cobb Police, a road rage incident occurred between two vehicles that turned physical inside the Shiloh Green Apartment gates, where Kilgore was...News
Student Government Association President Katherine Street and Vice President Khylil Chestnut were in Washington D.C. with SGA adviser Bernard McCrary for the 2013 American Student Government Conference when the scene erupted into chaos.
A woman drove her Nissan Infiniti into a White House barricade just after 2 p.m. on Oct. 3 before...News
KSU held a ceremonial groundbreaking for the $38.7 million construction of the Dr. Betty L. Siegel Student Recreation and Activities Center Thursday, Oct. 10.
The center is named after KSU’s second president, Betty Siegel, who was the first female in the University System of Georgia to head an institution. Siegel’s tenure lasted...News
The Republic of Ghana’s President John Dramani Mahama visited KSU Monday, Sept. 30, to present a keynote speech, read from his book and answer student questions asked by KSU President Daniel Papp in the crowded auditorium of the Bailey Performance Center.
Mahama accepted an invitation to come to KSU in July to conclude the...News
Kennesaw State faculty members are deliberating on whether to change the process by which online courses are reviewed and approved before being delivered to students.
Currently, online courses must first receive the approval of a trained three-member peer review board before they become available to students seeking to take classes...Football
KSU got its first look at football in the newly-named Fifth Third Bank Stadium Friday night when North Cobb High School defeated Kennesaw Mountain 55-13 in the 2013 Civil War Classic. Kennesaw State University announced the creation of its football program earlier this year, but the program doesn’t officially kick off until 2015....