2014 Fellows from across the nation spend time ramping up their journalism skills

Thirty-two teachers from 23 states – Florida to the Oregon coast to Maryland and California – are the 2014 Fellows at the Reynolds High School Journalism Institute at Kent State. For two weeks from July 6 – 18, they’ll get a mix of theory and hands-on practice to help them jump-start new student media outlets […]


Meet the 2014 Fellows

Emily Allred teaches Language Arts 9, Language Arts 10 and journalism at Buckeye High School in Medina, Ohio. Emily serves as adviser for the school newspaper, The Buckeye Buzz, the dance team and Student Council. Before teaching, Emily worked in advertising and public relations. She earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Bowling Green […]


Consumers buy straight from the vine to support local farmers

Consumers buy straight from the vine to support local farmers

By Candice Gravitt  One Kent family shops organic because they look for healthier options, to support local farmers and feel a sense of community. “There is nothing better, nothing, than being picked off the vine this morning,” said Chrissy Gharky about her family’s visit to the Haymaker Farmers’ Market July 12. The family of four […]


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