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Flash in the Pan: Episode 1

February 7, 2020

Ian Kreider and Owen MacMillan recap the Kent State men’s basketball team’s season up until this point.They open with the Flashes’ loss to Ball State on Tuesday night, then talk about the three worst...

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ANTI-SOCIAL MEDIA: I signed offline for two months — here’s why

Abigail Miller January 16, 2019

Five websites, six accounts and no sense of reality — that’s my life with social media.It started at the age of 11, when my older brother and his friends introduced me to Myspace. I went from being...

Evans posing for a photo shoot in 2016-17, his first season with the Charge.

‘A no-brainer’

Nick Buzzelli February 15, 2017

Photos in video courtesy of Kent State Athletics, Konstantinos Katsianis and Canton Charge The day before he was set to open the 2016-17 season on the road in a 5,000-seat multipurpose arena in the Grand...

Students embrace diversity this Valentine’s Day

Megan Ferguson February 14, 2017

Kent State's Communication in a Global Society class is working on a “Love Notes Service Learning Project” to promote diversity and inclusion this Valentine's Day.Stephanie Smith, assistant professor...

Main Street Kent is now award winning

Starr Bodi October 18, 2016

Main Street Kent is now award winning from KentWired.com on Vimeo.Off the Wagon was awarded Heritage Ohio's state-wide award. 

Jennifer Hutchinson

Opinion: Obamacare: Going nowhere but down

Jennifer Hutchinson March 31, 2015

March 23rd marked the fifth anniversary of Obamacare. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Toledo Blade columnist, Jack Kelly, wrote an excellent piece detailing how even after five years Obamacare is still...

How to prevent and treat exercise-related injuries

Katie Leyton March 17, 2015

Let me play devil’s advocate: Exercising can be bad for you. Despite the health benefits, exercising can take a toll on your body and cause serious health problems, that is, if you’re not careful.I...

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Stark Campus welcomes Latin artist Migguel Anggelo

Megan Brown March 10, 2015

Kent State Stark will host The Oblivion Project: The Nuevo Tango with the music of Argentinian composer Astor Piazzolla on Wednesday, March 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Main Hall Auditorium.Brooklyn-based Latin...

Carys Bobbitt, junior Art Education major, makes a handle to fit to her cup in the ceramics studio on Tuesday, March 3, 2015.

Around the potter’s wheel: Ceramics studio provides calming escape

Jamie Brian March 10, 2015

It’s hard to tell where the clay stops and the artists’ hands begin.  Fingers glide and shape the clay while heads are bent over the potter’s wheel. The ceramics studio has a pulse that beats with...

Joel Beinin, the Donald J. McLachlan Professor of History and Professor of Middle East History at Stanford University speaks about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the West Bank in the Kiva on Tuesday, March 3, 2015.

Kent State discusses Israeli-Palestine conflict

Skye McEowen March 3, 2015

Among the many conflicts in the world, nearly all of them have a polarizing effect on the direct population they concern. The conflict between Israel and Palestine is no exception.“It is one of the most...

Jennifer Hutchinson

Opinion: Let’s hear from Netanyahu

Jennifer Hutchinson February 15, 2015

It is crucial that our leaders hear from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Despite attempts by the White House and Senate Democrats to stunt Netanyahu’s talks on negotiations with Iran, there...

Lafayette Tolliver, a Kent State Univeristy alumus 1967-71 points out an old friend in one of the photos in an exhibit of his photographs called, Coming of Age at Kent 1967-71 A pictorial of Black Student Life in the Uumbaji Gallery in Oscar Ritchie Hall on Saturday Oct. 18, 2014 in Kent, Ohio. Tolliver worked as a photographer for the Daily Kent Stater and Chestnut Burr student year book during his time at the university. (Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal)

Lafayette Tolliver: Rehashing and recording history

Jenna Kuczkowski February 10, 2015

Imagine a time when the former Daily Kent Stater headlines read more like time bombs: “Time for revolution,” “Kent stunned by walkout” and “Turning point for blacks.”Looking back at the campus...

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