Issue 1 Summer 2016
Know Your IX At Kettering
By Adam Lecznar
Among the many physical changes and renovations being made to Kettering’s campus, a few administrative initiatives are also being implemented. One of these comes in the form of a campaign to raise awareness of Title IX, an anti-discriminatory law that prohibits the discrimination of any person based on sex in education systems or organization which receive federal funding.
By Megan Cox
Odyssey is a name and website that is quickly gaining popularity among younger generations, especially millennials. Launched June of 2014, Odyssey was originally created to “… democratize the media business and elevate engagement, by magnifying broader perspectives and facilitating deeper conversations in and about the world …” In other words, the site gives people of all ages, genders and culture opportunities to voice their opinions and become more engaged in the happenings of today’s society, and it introduces them to the art of written expression.
By Robert Lyman
Like most students staying in Campus Village this term, I arrived on campus early, ready to move into the apartment that would be my home for the next three months. And like most students, I was surprised to see the construction workers all over the place on Chevrolet Avenue. It wasn’t a surprise to them working on a road in Michigan, but it was a surprise to see them working on a road so close to Kettering so near the start of term.
Kettering Celebrates Library Renovations
By Adam Lecznar
The library on the second floor of Kettering University’s Academic Building was filled with an unusual amount of activity on Wednesday, July 13, 2016. Alongside diligent students studying and completing homework, other students and faculty members mingled in the newly spacious library study area.