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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Sophia Iannelli, senior public relations major. Courtesy of Allison Ewing Photography.

How to cope when political tensions impact family relationships

Zach Zdanowicz Reporter November 15, 2020

“I know mom voted for Trump.” Sophia Iannelli, senior public relations major, woke up to this text from her sister and it was the last thing she wanted to see the morning after the presidential election.“I...

Kent State faculty senate addresses face-to-face teaching concerns

Tramaine Burton, reporter August 19, 2020

Kent State’s faculty senate hosted a question and answer forum Aug. 18 for faculty members who will be teaching traditional face-to-face classes in the fall, addressing most of their concerns.The faculty...

Lynsie Sydenstricker, a sophomore studio arts major, poses for a portrait on Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017.

Students speak out for World Mental Health Day

Emily McMahan October 10, 2017

On Oct. 10 of every year, countries around the globe observe World Mental Health Day, a day dedicated to raising awareness of mental health issues and combatting the stigmas surrounding them.At Kent State,...

From left, San Francisco 49ers Eli Harold (58), quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) and Eric Reid (35) kneel during the national anthem before their NFL game against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016 in Santa Clara, Calif.

Kent State students respond to NFL protests

Scott Lendak October 3, 2017

For most Americans, Sundays in fall mean one thing: football. It means they’ll get a chance to kick back, relax and cut the world off to spend their day watching their favorite team play. But for the...

Kent State students get creative with off-campus recycling

Ashley Purnell September 22, 2017

Americans produce, on average, five pounds of trash a day, and college campuses are especially large contributors of waste.Kent State is a single-stream recycling campus, meaning all recyclables can be...

Letter to the Editor: Toxic femininity

Dr. Julio Cesar Pino October 6, 2015

Editor’s note: This is in response to Amanda Anastasia Paniagua's opinion piece titled "Toxic masculinity" published on Oct. 4, 2015.Dear Editor:Ms. Amanda Anastasia Paniagua might have made a more persuasive...

Guest Column: Technology changing the climate debate

The Orange County Register March 4, 2015

This year could well go down in history as the moment when technology transformed the debate about climate change.Instead of an argument about “the science” indicating “anthropogenic global warming,”...

Guest column: No threat more threatening than climate change

Philadelphia Daily News October 8, 2014

In a recent speech to the United Nations, President Barack Obama said that climate change is a more serious threat than terrorism.So, why aren’t more Americans terrified?Parades of panicked politicians...

Opinion: Ohioans deserve to hear candidates debate, not just watch TV ads

Marilou Johanek September 21, 2014

The handful of Ohioans who follow state politics are waiting for the debates to start. Spirited political discourse on a range of critical issues gives voters valuable insight about candidates.    In...

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