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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

KentWired

Jacquelyn Bleak (center left), Associate Lecturer in the School of Peace and Conflict Studies, answers one of Daniel Diaz Nilssons (far left), Assistant Dean of Access and Engagement in the College of Education, Health and Human Services, during the Dialogue and Difference: A New Understanding - MLK & Me: Living a Life of Love and Peace during Conflict forum on Feb. 1, 2024.  Diaz Nilsson served as the moderator of the panel, with Bleak as a panelist.

PHOTO STORY: MLK celebration brings discussion on love and peace

Cadie Pierce, Photographer February 3, 2024

Over 250 attendees listened to a panel of speakers during Kent State’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, which focused on Dr. King’s principles of living a life of love and peace during conflict. The...

PHOTO STORY: First annual Snow Day! brings joy to Kent

PHOTO STORY: First annual ‘Snow Day!’ brings joy to Kent

Abigail Kress, Photographer January 28, 2024

Kent residents gathered downtown this winter for a day of crafts, live music and other attractions as the city debuted its first "Snow Day!" event on Jan. 27.   Attractions included cookie decorating...

After graduation, Grace Springer will work as a reporter for the Canton Repository.

Letter from the managing editor: Thanks Kent State

Grace Springer, Managing Editor December 8, 2023

A lot has changed in my time since starting college.  My first semester, I had just one in-person class. It was my First Year Experience class (now known as Flashes 101), which met once a week in the...

PHOTO STORY: Festival of Lights rings in the holiday season

PHOTO STORY: Festival of Lights rings in the holiday season

Emma Van Winkle, Photographer December 3, 2023

The City of Kent sparkled bright Saturday as the community celebrated its annual Festival of Lights downtown on Dec. 2. Santa and Mrs. Claus counted down the seconds until the downtown area became lit...

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