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  • KSU student Emma Hunt will compete in speed climbing in the 2024 Summer Olympics

    ⴫ý State student earns spot in speed climbing for 2024 Olympics in Paris

    ⴫ý State student Emma Hunt has qualified for the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris. She earned a silver medal in the speed climbing world championship in Bern, Switzerland.

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  • Weeks of Welcome

    Fun programs have serious purpose to engage ⴫ý State students

    As music thumped and students mingled on the Campus Green on Sunday, ⴫ý freshman Weilly Cabrera of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, surveyed the scene at SplashBash. Lines formed for the waterslide and rides on an inflatable shark, while a football and multiple frisbees flew nearby. It was just what 8,000 new students needed to kick off their college careers.

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  • Nature Bound

    ⴫ý State program offers community, adventure in the great outdoors

    Luke Hardaway had always loved the outdoors, but he found his happy place when he joined a community of nature lovers at ⴫ý. Hardaway joined Nature Bound, an outdoor recreation program offered to students through the Department of Sports and Recreation and Outdoor Adventures, in 2022 and said it provided him a close-knit community of people with similar interests within his college community. He’s gone on to serve as a guide on whitewater kayak trips for the program, as well as for whitewater rafting trips with area businesses.

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    ⴫ý State student's baseball app among best at Apple coding challenge

     The awe was evident in his voice as ⴫ý student Yemi Agesin described his meeting with Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook. “He likes baseball like I do,” Agesin said. “Plus, he was wearing shoes with Jackie Robinson’s No. 42 on them, and the Atlanta Braves are his favorite team. Isn’t that cool?”

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