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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Overview of Kent State University.

Meet the figures who are leading Black representation at Kent State

Cameron Aloway reporter May 7, 2021

Fifteen years ago, she came to the university as an assistant professor in the Department of Pan-African Studies. Six years later, she was named chair of the department.Presently, Amoaba Gooden has been...

Longtime Hopkinton resident Tim Kilduff is the president and founder of the 26.2 Foundation. His involvement with the Boston Marathon dates back to 1979.

‘68 alumnus inducted into EHHS hall of fame after over 40 years of giving back to Hopkinton community

Zoë Blank Reporter May 3, 2021

Winning the Centennial Alumni Award and being inducted into the College of Education, Health and Human Services Hall of Fame was unnecessary recognition, Timothy W. Kilduff said, but heartwarming. “I’ve...

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One step at a time: Can he get a lift?

Michael Reiner August 30, 2019

The best part about going out with friends in a big city is that no one has to think about driving home. Uber and Lyft have truly changed the world. They have made people’s lives easier because they...

Jack Kopanski

Opinion: It’s time to admit I was wrong about Trevor Bauer

Jack Kopanski September 6, 2017

For the past five years, I’ve let out an audible groan every time I’ve seen Trevor Bauer listed as the probable starter for the Cleveland Indians. The pitcher with the high socks, the wonky windup...

Guest Column: Coastal communities face extreme peril, must prepare

Tribune News Service March 27, 2016

In the 1960s, people had an explanation for the changing weather: "the bomb." In the 1970s, it was "the greenhouse effect." We've since adopted the terms global warming and climate change.Whatever the...

The Boston Bombing suspect Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev. (FBI/MCT)

AP: Police describe battling marathon bombers in escape attempt

Denise Lavoie, AP March 16, 2015

BOSTON — Three police officers on Monday described an onslaught of gunfire and bombs thrown during a violent confrontation with the Boston Marathon bombers days after the deadly attack and one suspect's...

Our view: St. Patrick’s Day inequality

DKS Editors March 17, 2014

Boston and New York City annually have St. Patrick’s Day parades, which are enjoyed by many; however, both of these parades still ban marchers from carrying pro-LGBT signs in the parade.Members of the...

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