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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Kent State announces ‘Forever Brighter’ fundraising campaign; largest fundraiser in university history

Alexandra Golden Reporter Owen Macmillan Assistant Managing Editor October 3, 2021

Correction: Sandy Armstrong, co-chair of the campaign committee, was mistakenly referred to as "Cindy Armstrong." The article has also been edited to reflect the current fundraising number reported by...

Graduate student Nykeim Johnson (82) runs into the end zone to score a touch down during the football game against Virginia Military Institute. Kent State won 60-10.

Kent State football prepares for first MAC conference game

Jimmy Oswald Sports Editor September 30, 2021

The Kent State football team heads into the Mid-American Conference play with a 1-3 record. That record can be deceiving, however, as the Flashes three losses have come against Texas A&M and Iowa,...

Women’s golf competes at Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship Tournament

Kathryn Rajnicek Reporter September 23, 2021

Kent State’s women’s golf team finished in 11th place out of 17 teams in its second tournament of the season on Monday and Tuesday.“I’ve been here three weeks, and it's been great to watch our...

Men’s golf ties for second place in Rutherford Invitational

Pilar Lewis Sports Reporter April 18, 2021

The Kent State men’s golf team had its second-best finish of the season and its second-straight strong tournament performance, tying for second at the Rutherford Intercollegiate in State College, Pennsylvania.The...

William (Bill) Ayres is a tenured political science professor and former vice provost of academic affairs at the University of Toledo.

University selects candidates for associate provost position

Kaitlyn Finchler Reporter March 16, 2021

Two candidates were selected to move on to the next phase of the selection process for the position of associate provost for Academic Affairs and dean of the Division of Graduate Studies.One candidate...

The crests of several Greek life organizations on a wall near the dining hall known as the Hub in the Kent Student Center. Collins anti-hazing law in Ohio will criminalize hazing by any organizations, including campus Greek life.

Ohio college presidents are in unanimous support of stronger hazing legislation, President Diacon says

Ian Jameson Reporter March 13, 2021

Kent State President Todd Diacon reaffirmed the position of Kent State and other state universities regarding hazing followed by his support of more strict anti-hazing legislation. “As leaders, we all...

Front court comes up big to lead men’s basketball over BGSU

Mason Lawlor Sports Reporter February 10, 2021

The Kent State men’s basketball team escaped the Stroh Center with a 71-67 win over Bowling Green State University on Tuesday night. The Flashes improve to 11-5 on the season and 8-4 in the MAC.  Both...

Danny Pippen tied his career high of 34 points on Wednesday night in a 96-91 win over BGSU. In that same game, Pippen surpassed 1,000 career points at KSU. Jan. 27, 2020.

Kent State outshoots BGSU, Pippen ties career high while surpassing 1,000 career points

Owen MacMillan Sports Editor January 27, 2021

Senior forward Danny Pippen caught a pass a few feet above the top of the 3-point line and flicked the ball in a high arc, leaving his hand hanging at the top of his release.The shot was good to give Kent...

Junior Danny Pippen [5] shoots a basket making the score 2-5 against Bowling Green State University on Tues. Mar. 3, 2020. Pippen was the highest scoring with a total of 24 points. Kent State won 83-69 against Bowling Green State  University.

Pippen, Williams lead Flashes to Senior Night victory

On Kent State men’s basketball senior night against Bowling Green State University, it was a junior who led the way.Danny Pippen, just four days after being ejected from a game, led the Flashes with...

Thousands of people gather during a demonstration march in Lille, France, on Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015, in support of the victims of this week’s twin attacks in Paris. Hundreds of extra troops are being deployed around Paris after three days of terror in the French capital killed 17 people and left the nation in shock. (Patrick Delecroix/Maxppp/Zuma Press/TNS)

BGSU grad marches in unity rally for France

Jim Sielicki January 12, 2015

ANNECY, France — A recent Bowling Green State University student who arrived in southeast France earlier this month to work as an au pair, found herself marching in solidarity with thousands of people...

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