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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Anna Dempsey, a senior double major in criminology and justice studies and sociology, with Sully, a service dog, on Wednesday Oct. 19, 2016.

Service dogs provide ‘paws’abilities

Samantha Ickes October 19, 2016

Anna Dempsey felt nervous as she walked into Texas Roadhouse with a black flat-coated retriever and labrador mix beside her.She had been told that people would stare when she went into public and that...

Beatrice Cahill-Camden, a junior international relations major, shakes Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s hand. Cahill works on Clintons campaign as a Correspondence Intern, where her main duties involve connecting with voters.

Student works on Hillary For America campaign

Erin Zaranec October 19, 2016

Most students move to New York to experience the glitz and glam of The Big Apple, to search for celebrities in the Upper East Side or to window shopping in stores most can’t afford.For Beatrice Cahill-Camden,...

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The 1975 to perform tonight at Kent State

Nathaniel Harvey October 12, 2016

Kent State's Undergraduate Student Government is bringing The 1975, an alternative rock band, to perform at the M.A.C. Center on Oct. 30."The idea was brought to us over the summer ... when a lot of (The...

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Students petition to have tampons sold on-campus

Erin Zaranec October 5, 2016

For females living on campus with limited transportation options, having an extra $527 wouldn't mean anything else except spending it on feminine products.Two Kent State students started an online petition...

Kesha performs at Kent States M.A.C. Center for a Homecoming concert on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016.

Kesha, PND rock out at KSU Homecoming concert

Rachel Duthie September 30, 2016

Dusted in glitter and gold, Kent State students danced it out to musical artists Kesha and PartyNextDoor for a rare, homecoming-themed concert Thursday night in the M.A.C. Center.The performance marks...

Flash, the official Kent State mascot, poses for a portrait on Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016 at the M.A.C. Center.

The man behind the Flash

Erin Zaranec September 28, 2016

In 2011, T.M. rode along with the Kent State football team to a game at Kansas State University when he asked a simple question to a staff member of the school's athletic department.“Hey, are you guys...

KentWired Sports Update: Sep. 28, 2016

Tanner Castora September 28, 2016

KentWired Sports Update: Sep. 28, 2016 from KentWired.com on Vimeo.Contact Tanner Castora by [email protected]

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TV2’s KSUniverse: September 21st, 2016

This program was produced by Marisha Partika and Julian Wissinger. Contact them at [email protected] and [email protected]

Professor turns African fables into fashion

Dominique Pishotti September 21, 2016

Tameka Ellington, an assistant professor of fashion design and merchandising at Kent State, opened a new exhibition on campus this week.The exhibit, "Retold: African Culture and Fables Reinterpreted into...

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SNL welcomes first Latina cast member

Lauren Rathmell September 21, 2016

After 41 years, "Saturday Night Live" will have its first Latina comedian join the show.Melissa Villaseñor is set to join the cast for the premier of SNL’s 42nd season Oct. 1.Viewers may remember Villaseñor...

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Wonder Woman: 75 years of female representation

Erin Zaranec September 21, 2016

Wonder Woman will be celebrating her 75th birthday, but certain parts of the goddess’s history aren’t necessarily worth celebrating.“(In the '50s) Wonder Woman suffered (because) the comic book industry...

Photo courtesy of Matt Baker Anthony Vander Horst, a sixth year criminology professor at Kent State University and co-owner of Dr. V & G’s Sauce shack, a hot sauce store in Kent, OH, Sep. 16, 2016.

Professor far from home, still close to war with Syrian roots

Rachel Duthie September 21, 2016

In 1976, a young Anthony Vander Horst was helping his aunt and uncle at his grandfather's orphanage in Syria when a missile came through a window, just three floors below him.Astonishingly, it didn't explode."We...

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