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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Standing Rock Cultural Arts 16th annual environmental film festival

April 23, 2022

Standing Rock Cultural Arts had their 16th annual "Who's Your Mama Earth Day and Environmental Film Festival." Their Earth Day festivities began when their Environmental Art Exhibit opened on April...

Kent State Fashion Museum’s TEXTURES Exhibition hosted a symposium

April 15, 2022

The museum hosted a symposium to go in tandem with their TEXTURES: the history and art of Black hair exhibition. The exhibition has been on display since September, but the symposium was exclusively April...

The Recreational Services Adventure Center hosts kayak clinics for the community

April 9, 2022

One of many of the Adventure Center's clinics is their kayak clinic which is held Thursdays from 7-9 p.m. in the Student Recreation and Wellness Center's lap pool.

A flyer for the different speakers at the International Womens Day Panel.

Women’s Center gears up for International Women’s Day

Katherine Masko , Reporter March 1, 2022

A group of influential women will be the primary feature in the International Women's Day panel for the Women's Center's event. The Women’s Center will have a gallery walk, a panel of women and...

StarAndia Johnson, StarAndia J. owner, speaking at All the CEO Ladies event Feb. 16.

Kent State graduate gives advice to starting a business at All the CEO Ladies event

Katherine Masko , Reporter February 17, 2022

Creating clothing dyes out of natural products, making fashion more sustainable and imposter syndrome in the business world were just a few of the topics discussed at the virtual All the CEO Ladies...

Medical marijuana remains illegal on campus

Gavin Mitten Reporter February 5, 2022

Medical marijuana is still prohibited on campus even if a dispensary opens in Kent. Marijuana is listed as a Schedule I substance under the Controlled Substance Act. Schedule I substances are not accepted...

A rendering of Crawford Hall, what will be the new building for the Ambassador Crawford College of Business and Entrepreneurship, formerly known as the College of Business Administration. The Kent State Board of Trustees voted to approve the renaming of the college and construction of the new building at its meeting on Friday, Oct. 22, 2021.

Board of Trustees discusses potential partnership with local restaurateur, approves donor name spaces for Ambassador Crawford College of Business and Entrepreneurship

Kent State’s Board of Trustees authorized the senior vice president for finance and administration to lease the property located at 430-436 E. Main St, formerly known as the “cottage Starbucks”...

Myth vs. Fact / Gender/Body Dysmorphia Story

What we see in the mirror: how gender dysphoria and body dysmorphia affect students

Reegan Saunders , Reporter December 5, 2021

Social media and internet culture have allowed members of Gen Z to make strides in sharing their stories. From TikToks documenting untold queer history to recommending the best first date spots for...

Understanding lesbian identities

Moira Armstrong Fusion Managing Editor , Managing Editor - Fusion Magazine December 2, 2021

According to the University of Nebraska Lincoln’s Guide to Gender and Sexuality Terms, lesbians are defined as "non-men attracted to non-men." It seems natural that any person who is described by that...

ethnic woman and man on an online date with wine. People in windows and social media cards. Dating app. Loving couple video call. Korean flat vibrant style.lovers chatting

Off the hook: the rise of hookup culture

Kayla Polansky Reporter December 2, 2021

With another exhilarating swipe to the right and left, a message appears: “Oh no, you’re out of swipes!” Tinder is closed out for another hour until the game of swiping begins again. Hookup...

Judy Smith, owner of the houses located at 226 and 230 South Lincoln Street, holds the book Crucial Turns that references the street corner where shes spent most of her life.

Kent State purchases two properties to expand campus

Alexandra Golden Reporter November 8, 2021

After living on the corner of East College Avenue and South Lincoln Street for 70 years, 71-year-old Judy Smith sold her two properties to Kent State University to support future campus needs and strategic...

Exploring sexuality in college

Natalia Hernandez Maceira September 29, 2021

For many students, college is the first time to take control of their sexual health. It’s also how students start exploring their sexuality and expand their identities, according to the Act for Youth...

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