• Rock paint layers

    Pieces of “The Rock” show KSU’s many layers, changes in recent years

    A large, natural piece of exposed limestone near the center of Kennesaw State University’s Marietta campus, known by most around here as simply “The Rock,” has survived several coatings of paint over many decades. It has changed over the years, but is still remembered fondly by many people, especially alumni.

  • Jasime Manuel

    She's Got the Beat

    In her signature bowtie and red-tipped hair, Jasmine Manuel moves quickly – 6 miles an hour, in fact. Her chair’s wheels may spin underneath her 3-foot, 4-inch frame, but it’s her entrepreneurial spirit that drives her to hone her talents and inspire others along the way.

  • Yeager

    Alumni couple enjoys giving back to university, community

    An alumni couple has impacted several members of the Kennesaw State University community – including students, faculty and staff – through their printing and copying services. Kyle Yeager ’96 and his wife Michelle Yeager ’96 also have been a force in caring for children in need where they reside in Cherokee County.

  • Brian Buckner

    Memories by Design

    Brian Buckner knew from an early age he wanted to become an architect. What he didn’t anticipate was that he would be using the skills he learned in school to design concert experiences on some of the world’s biggest stages.

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