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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Erika Taylor, senior human development and family studies major, is an intern for the Head Start Program at Portage Learning Centers. For her latest project with the center, she hopes to gather at least 1,000 childrens books for donation.

Student-sponsored book drive gives low-income children a ‘head start’

Mark Oprea November 4, 2014

There’s no hiding it — Erika Taylor loves kids. In addition to attending Kent State for human development and family studies, she interns at the Portage Learning Centers, where she works as an aide...

Opinion: Raising books for cancer

Skyler Chill September 18, 2014

For this week’s column, I wanted to share my project proposal for my communication class, “Communication in Small Groups and Teams.”When thinking about children, we envision little ones jumping rope,...

Graduate student Kara Whaley sits between the boxes of books her Harry Potter Alliance has collected to donate to charity.

Harry Potter fans unite for a good cause

Erin Zaranec April 30, 2014

Harry Potter is almost guaranteed to be a household name for kids in our generation. If you haven’t read the books, you have most likely seen the movies or had some exposure to the wizarding world.Next...

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