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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Cancer is Dumb tie-dye t-shirt that is a part of the new clothing feature line.
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Local teacher, cancer patient shares story and spreads awareness through philanthropy
Anthony Zacharyasz, Reporter • September 26, 2022

At Holden Elementary in Kent, there is one school teacher who continues to use his philanthropy work to tell his story and make a difference...

Intel launched 12th Gen Intel Core processors at CES 2022. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
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University celebrates 'major accomplishment,' future of microelectronics with $1.1M Intel grant
Alton Northup, Grace Springer, Reporter • September 26, 2022

Kent State, along with 13 other Ohio universities, was chosen by Intel to spearhead its 80-member Semiconductor Education and Research program...

Kent State wins 10th consecutive award for commitment to diversity
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Kent State wins 10th consecutive award for commitment to diversity
Ty Kohler, Campus Editor • September 26, 2022

For the 10th consecutive year, Kent State is a recipient of the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award (HEED), according to an email...

Kent States 1975 field hockey team poses with Coach Judy Devine, center back, in front of a homemade goal cage. Each athlete is wearing her own practice gear and holding hockey sticks that were borrowed from the physical education inventory.
Special Reports
A ‘low-key’ revolution: 50 years of Title IX at Kent State
Isabella Schreck, Sports Editor • September 26, 2022

When Judy Devine came to Kent State in 1969, women’s athletics barely existed. There were no scholarships or varsity letters for women athletes....

Judy Devine reflects on her first year as womens athletic director in an article from the June 3, 1976 Kent Stater.
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A ‘low-key’ revolution: 50 years of Title IX at Kent State
Isabella Schreck, Sports Editor • September 26, 2022

To read part one, click here. Title IX passed on June 23, 1972, but it did not bring immediate change.   Judy Devine, who had earned...

Joel Nielsen, who served as the Kent State athletic director from 2010 to 2021, watches the Kent State womens basketball team play Purdue Fort Wayne on Nov. 16, 2019.
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A ‘low-key’ revolution: 50 years of Title IX at Kent State
Isabella Schreck, Sports Editor • September 26, 2022

To read day two, click here. Despite its successes on the field and in the arena for women’s athletics, Kent State’s road to equality...

The mold reported in Hevin Wilkeys vent in Fletcher Hall
Students leave residence halls as awareness of mold grows
Anthony Scilla, Cassidy Grentz, and Jacob Brooks, Reporter, Reporter, and TV2 Reporter • September 24, 2022

Kent State has begun moving residents out of dorms as the news of mold in residence halls breaks. Freshman journalism major Hevin Wilkey moved...

Dix Stadium complete with new additions, improvements as opening day nears
Dix Stadium complete with new additions, improvements as opening day nears
Jacob Brooks, TV2 Reporter • September 17, 2022

Kent State football is back for its 100th season. This season brings new improvements and changes to Dix Stadium, with more to come as the season...

Kent State professor Sean McArdle poses with his doppelgänger.
Kent State professor finds doppelgänger on vacation
September 14, 2022

A Kent State professor ran into their doppelgänger over labor day weekend, and the story even made it to national news. TV2 reporter Nuried Hurtado spoke...

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Judge temporarily blocks Ohio law banning most abortions
Julie Carr Smyth, Associated Press • September 14, 2022

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A judge temporarily blocked Ohio’s ban on virtually all abortions Wednesday, again pausing a law that took effect after...

President Joe Biden arrives to speak during a groundbreaking for a new Intel computer chip facility in New Albany, Ohio, Friday, Sep. 9, 2022.
Politics in air as Biden visits future Intel plant in Ohio
Aamer Madhani, Josh Boak and Andrew Welsh-Huggins, Associated Press • September 9, 2022

NEW ALBANY, Ohio (AP) — President Joe Biden steered clear of partisan politics at Friday's groundbreaking celebration for a huge new computer...

May flights of angels sing thee to thy rest, King Charles III says to my darling mama, in his first speech as King.
King Charles III vows to serve 'with loyalty, respect, and love' in first address as monarch
Ivana Kottasová, CNN • September 9, 2022

(CNN) -- On the first full day of his reign, King Charles III demonstrated his seriousness in dedicating the rest of his life to public service. Despite...

Queen Elizabeth II dies at 96
Queen Elizabeth II dies at 96
Ivana Kottasová, Rob Picheta, Max Foster and Lauren Said-Moorhouse, CNN • September 8, 2022

(CNN) -- Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning British monarch whose rule spanned seven decades, died on Thursday at the age of 96, Buckingham...

School down the road gets shutout: Soccer remains top of MAC with perfect conference record
Jacob Shondel, Reporter • September 26, 2022

Before conference play, Kent State’s soccer team started the season 0-5-2. Now two games into its conference schedule, the team is undefeated...

Rookie and veteran skaters make moves in hockey’s opening weekend split
Mia Cadle, Reporter • September 26, 2022

Fresh off an opening-weekend split with Syracuse, Kent State’s hockey team wants to be more aggressive as it heads into its home opener Sunday...

Kent State graduate student Alex Haffner (right) sets the ball for Danie Tyson (left).
MAC preseason poll no. 1 lives up to the hype as volleyball falls in first consecutive losses of season
Isabella Schreck, Sports Editor • September 25, 2022

Coach Haley Eckerman knew her volleyball team’s conference opener against Bowling Green was going to be tough. The Falcons, who were picked...

MAC East champions v. national champs: Kent State becomes No. 1 Georgia's strongest competitor yet
Jacob Hansen, Reporter • September 25, 2022

To a crowd of over 90,000 people, Kent State became the only team to score more than seven points on No. 1 Georgia this season. “I know...

Kent State sophomore Bella Carpenter (left) and senior Sydney Washburn (right) cut their Ball State opponent off from the goal.
Field hockey outscores, outshoots and outshines Ball State in its biggest win in two seasons
James Goddard, Reporter • September 24, 2022

The Kent State field hockey team secured four goals in the fourth quarter Friday on its way to its biggest win in two years. The Flashes beat...