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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Data shows continuing rise in graduate student enrollment

Andrew Keiper February 28, 2016

Varying colleges within the university have experienced an increase in graduate student enrollment over the past four years due to several factors that prompt both benefits and struggles for students and...

Professional workshops kick off for graduate students

Andrew Keiper February 17, 2016

The Graduate Studies program will host its annual Graduate Professional and Academic Development (GPAD) week of workshops from 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. on Feb. 22-26 in room 303 of the Student Center.The workshops...

Graduate students lead lessons in alcohol awareness

Andrew Keiper February 2, 2016

Two Kent State graduate students created an alcohol awareness program on campus in an effort to teach responsible consumption rather than abstinence. The program, "Valuable Ounce: Drinking Knowledge &...

The Kent State Art Club hosts the reception for its art exhibit, FEAR: A Sensory Experience, on Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014 at Gallery 425 in Kent.

Fear inspires student artists and attendees at art club exhibition

Andrew Keiper October 26, 2014

The front door to Gallery 425 in Kent creaked with each new attendee to the Kent State art club’s exhibition, “FEAR: A Sensory Experience” on Saturday, Oct. 25. The show featured about 25 original...

Guest column: Correcting the Conversation on Islam

Andrew Keiper October 15, 2014

A debate between Bill Maher, Sam Harris and Ben Affleck on Maher’s HBO Real Time show went viral more than two weeks ago. Throughout the debate, Maher and Harris suggested that it is a liberal responsibility...

Sam Chronister, junior psychology major, reads his poetry at Scribbles on Saturday night, Sept. 20, 2014. Scribbles is now hosting a poetry night once a month.

Poetry Reading Series at Scribbles looks to grow

Andrew Keiper September 24, 2014

Scribbles Coffee in downtown Kent was host to a night of live poetry readings by Kent State University students Saturday."The whole point was to give friends and the Kent community a public forum for poetry,"...

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