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Kent Wired

Samaria Rice, the mother of Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old boy fatally shot by a Cleveland police officer, speaks during a news conference in Cleveland. 

Mother of Tamir Rice to serve as keynote speaker for May 4 events

Anthony Calvaruso April 26, 2016

Samaria Rice, the mother of Tamir Rice, will be the keynote speaker for Kent State's 2016 May 4 commemoration. “Black Lives Matter: Long Live the Memory of Kent State and Jackson State" will be the theme...

Kent State holds ‘Why Polling Still Matters?’ public forum

Anthony Calvaruso April 25, 2016

The Politically Speaking forum series came to Kent State on Monday with a discussion titled: “Why Polling Still Matters?” in the Student Center Ballroom. In partnership with The University of Akron,...

College Republicans, Democrats discuss open carry at RNC

Anthony Calvaruso April 3, 2016

A petition started on change.org in favor of open carry at the 2016 Republican National Convention (RNC) has become controversial for both political parties. With the RNC set to take place in Cleveland,...

C-Span marketing representitive, Chellie Zou takes a photo of Rebecca Capler, Katie Goldring, and Dasha Harris. The C-Span bus stopped by campus, March 15, 2016, to inform students about the upcoming election and candidates.

C-SPAN campaign bus stops at student center to raise awareness

The C-SPAN campaign bus stopped outside the student center Monday from 12 - 1:30 p.m. The bus featured, among other things, touch screen quizzes, mobile devices, HD cameras and production equipment.  Vanessa...

Members of Undergraduate Student Government nervously wait for the results from the elections held from 7am-7pm March 8, 2016.

USG flips coin to decide Director of Community Affairs

Anthony Calvaruso March 9, 2016

In the opening minutes of Wednesday's Kent State Undergraduate Student Government meeting, a coin flip was conducted to decide the next Director of Community Affairs, a position that ultimately ended...

Members of Undergraduate Student Government nervously wait for the results from the elections held from 7am-7pm March 8, 2016.

Graska wins USG executive director, Glowacki takes programming director

Anthony Calvaruso March 8, 2016

Kent State’s Undergraduate Student Government announced the results of the 2016-2017 election Tuesday evening, including two of the most contested positions in the race: executive director and director...

USG conducts public forum for upcoming student government elections

Anthony Calvaruso March 1, 2016

A public forum for candidates running for the Kent State Undergraduate Student Government office was held Tuesday in The Nest. Candidates used the forum to discuss their respective platforms, followed...

Kent State Undergraduate Student Government senators vote to approve a smoke free and tobacco free policy during a meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016. The policy is projected to take effect in 2017 and it is apart of President Beverly Warren’s goal to make Kent State the healthiest college campus in the nation.

USG passes Tobacco Free Campus resolution

Anthony Calvaruso February 24, 2016

USG passed a Tobacco Free Campus Resolution during an energized meeting with President Beverly Warren in attendance for support of the proposed resolution. Although the resolution cannot be passed solely...

USG Senators take a vote on an students individual conference request during a meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016. Students and organizations can submit requests to the USG Allocations Committee for funding to attend conferences.

KSU Undergraduate Student Government Holds First Meeting of Semester

Anthony Calvaruso January 27, 2016

Kent State USG called for professors to have student accessibility to syllabi before each new semester. The meeting, the first of the semester, was held on January 27th in the Governance Chambers. As usual...

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