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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

StarAndia Johnson, StarAndia J. owner, speaking at All the CEO Ladies event Feb. 16.

Kent State graduate gives advice to starting a business at All the CEO Ladies event

Katherine Masko , Reporter February 17, 2022

Creating clothing dyes out of natural products, making fashion more sustainable and imposter syndrome in the business world were just a few of the topics discussed at the virtual All the CEO Ladies...

Lauren Falter & Nicholas Krentz play a game of Were Not Really Strangers in Kent States Centennial Court B. Feb. 2, 2022.

From strangers to lovers: how a popular card game brought a couple together

Jenna Bal Reporter February 14, 2022

Lauren Falter and Nicholas Krentz had only known each other for a month when they spent hours in hammocks playing the card game “We’re Not Really Strangers.”“I think this is what allowed us to...

Prentice Hall, which used to be a dining hall, will now be used as an engagement space.

New Feminist Leadership Living Learning Community opens fall 2022

Ty Kohler February 11, 2022

The new Feminist Leadership Initiative Living-Learning Community will offer financial benefits starting next semester.Benefits offered will include a $100 book scholarship and funding to attend a future...

Mandy Munro-Stasiuk is the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Kent State University. 

Finalists selected for dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

Alexandra Golden Assigning Editor February 10, 2022

Kent State announced its final candidates for the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in an email from the Office of the Provost.The candidates include Mandy Munro-Stasiuk, the interim dean of the...

Valoree Vargo is the Vice President of the Division of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement and the CEO of the Kent State Foundation.

Kent State raises over $6 million for students

Berkeley Chadwick Reporter February 6, 2022

Over $6 million in scholarships was given to students after an “unprecedented” year of fundraising for the Kent State Foundation.Attaining a degree is costly but the foundation has a plan to help;...

Helena Richardson, a graduate student at Kent State, stands in front of one of the tapestries featured at the Line by Line exhibit.

New Kent State gallery focuses on textiles as an art form

Benjamin Weaver Reporter January 29, 2022

Weaving is an art technique that is centuries old, but the new art gallery, Line by Line on display at the Center for Visual Arts at Kent State, displays weaving being modernized in innovative ways.The...

Evaluation and Measurement program ranked No. 1 by data research website

Morgan Kelly Beat reporter January 28, 2020

Kent State Evaluation and Measurement was ranked No. 1 by Intelligent.com out of 364 programs that were considered. Evaluation and Measurement is a Master of Education Degree, which started in 1964 is...

Search for new learning management system continues

The Learning Management System (LMS) committee published a Request for Proposal (RFP) and received three responses from vendors, one of which could replace the current LMS, Blackboard Learn.The three vendors...

Students host Brain Break event, encourage positive coping methods

Students were able to take a break and learn about healthy coping skills at the Take a Brain Break event in Taylor Hall on Thursday, Dec. 5. The idea behind this event was to help students find healthy...

Traditional food brings people together at Cultural Cafe

Sydney Ford International reporter November 20, 2019

International students from Syria and Japan shared traditional food with local Kent State students while giving insight about their country during the last Cultural Cafe of the semester on Nov. 20.Attendees...

Harlequinn Bodziony is a freshman studio art major. Bodziony uses art to portray mental illness.

Student uses mental illness to inspire artwork

Freshman studio art major Harlequinn Bodziony uses art to convey her depression, anxiety and love of all things creepy.“I have kind of a creepier style,” she said. “My dad used to own a costume shop,...

Students donate to the pop-up food pantry located in the Student Multicultural Center on Nov. 13, 2019.

Campus Kitchen introduces pop-up food pantry

The Campus Kitchen found more ways for students to access its resources with pop-up food pantries. The Campus Kitchen Pantry currently hosts two food pantries weekly, on the second floor in Beall and McDowell...

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