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Family-Friendly Study Hours provide parenting students quiet place to study

Mariah Alanskas Reporter February 10, 2022

Through a collaborative effort, Kent State University offers parenting students Family-Friendly Study Hours where they have a chance to study and work, while student volunteers entertain their children...

Joshua Rider, the interim assistant dean of students and the director of CAVS. 

Kent State CAVS team receiving honor for practices

Bridget Lin Reporter February 27, 2020

Kent State’s Center for Adult and Veteran Services is receiving an honor from the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators as the outstanding undergraduate program for adult learners...

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Shifting the culture in the Cavs organization

Dante Centofanti October 31, 2018

Jan. 22, 2016, was a very confusing and interesting day in the National Basketball Association. The defending Eastern Conference Champion Cleveland Cavaliers, who had the best record in the conference,...

LeBron James smiles during a press conference during the Cleveland Cavaliers media day in Independence, Ohio, on Monday, Sept. 25, 2017.

LeBron James speaks on Thomas, Trump, his future

Simon Hannig September 25, 2017

Monday was the Cleveland Cavaliers media day, and the first member of the Cavs to the podium was coach Tyronn Lue. Lue confirmed to reporters that former MVP Derrick Rose will starting point guard position...

Opinion: If Irving leaves, remember the good times

Drew Taylor August 27, 2017

In what might be the most surprising trade in sports since P.K. Subban was traded for Shea Weber (fellow NHL fans know what I mean), Kyrie Irving — for a brief moment, at least — was traded from the...

Ty Sugick

Opinion: Kyrie isn’t going anywhere

Ty Sugick March 1, 2016

Rumors have circulated that Cleveland Cavilers point guard Kyrie Irving prefers to play elsewhere. Every Cleveland fan's heart sank into their stomachs. Many questions needed to be answered as to why Irving...

Ritchie Mulhall

Opinion: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it

Richard Mulhall February 16, 2016

These 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers are really starting to remind me of the 2010 Cleveland Cavaliers; and no, I’m not talking about former Cavalier Delonte West’s alleged affair with LeBron James’ mother,...

Richie Mulhall is a junior multimedia news major. Contact him at

Will firing Blatt fix the Cavs?

Richie Mulhall January 24, 2016

It’s getting difficult to keep track of all the coaches being fired in Cleveland these days. I’m starting to think all my columns will revolve around coach firing.Three days ago, the Cleveland Cavaliers...

Opinion: Last chance for the Cavs in Game 6

Jimmy Miller June 16, 2015

Well, that was quick.As I wrote in my column prior to Sunday's NBA Finals game, momentum shifts quickly in a series. Although I also wrote the Golden State Warriors carried the momentum into Game 5, their...

Opinion: Cavaliers face pivotal Game 5

Jimmy Miller June 14, 2015

Over the course of a season that has spanned roughly eight months, the NBA Finals has become a race to winning two games.At the very most, we only have one more week of basketball, as Game 7 of the NBA...

Cleveland Cavaliers fans watch Game 3 of the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors at Buffalo Wild Wings in downtown Kent on Tuesday, June 9, 2015. The Cavs beat the Warriors 96-91, bringing the series to 2-1 in favor of the Cavs.

In Game 4, Cavs face biggest game in franchise history

Jimmy Miller June 11, 2015

On the heels of a 96-91 defeat of the Golden State Warriors in Game 3 of the NBA Finals, Cavaliers fans have expressed confidence in how they feel the series will end.But the work is not over—in fact,...

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