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Man arraigned after fatal scooter crash killed Kent State student

Alexandria Manthey, TV2 Reporter February 23, 2023

Timothy Brind Jr., 19, turned himself in Thursday afternoon and was arraigned after he was charged for a hit-skip crash that happened in August 2022. The crash was at the intersection of Route 261...

Waterloo school levy to be on ballot for 14th time in 6 years

Alexandra Golden, Managing Editor November 7, 2022

Waterloo School District has not received new money since February 2013. The last levy passage they had was for five years, but the district has made it last for 10, Waterloo School District Superintendent...

The Mill District mural by Emily Anne Buckingham and Joshua Bentley located at 300 N. Water St.

Kent Walking Tour highlights public art downtown

Brynne Mann Reporter March 19, 2021

The sky was full of dark gray clouds and raindrops sprinkled the sidewalk outside. Despite the weather, a young blonde woman stood between two buildings staring at a landscape painting of the same area. The...

Kurahashi book cover

Courtesy of Yuko Kurahashi February 25, 2021

This is the front cover of Yuko Kurahashi's book, “The Interdisciplinary Theatre of Ping Chong,” which focuses on Chong’s contributions to the world of theatre as well as his dedication to challenging...

That Kent State quarantine grind: Kent State’s changes to the typical fall semester

Sara Crawford August 13, 2020

As students head into the fall semester facing uncertainty, countless questions pile up — all wondering in the end — what will happen next?The COVID Response Team is a newly created task force to help...

What no one tells us about mental health

Alexa Marco, Thrive collab August 3, 2020

Starting college can be a huge stress among new students. Most students go straight from graduating high school to attending college or university, and threemonths of summer in between sometimes isn’t...

Professor Jerry Lewis, author of the book Sports Fan Violence in North America, speaks with alumni following his lecture on sports fan violence and its sociological impact Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014 in the Williamson Alumni Center.

Lecture highlights growing issues of sports fan violence

Gabrielle Martinez November 7, 2014

A Kent State emeritus professor discussed the behavior of violent sports fans in his “Classes Without Quizzes” lecture titled “Sports Fan Violence: An American Social Problem” Thursday evening...

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