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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Puzzle pieces are scattered in the family-friendly area of the library after dedicated family study hours launched last week.

Campus resources provide support to parenting students

Savana Capp, Reporter January 28, 2023

The Center for Adult and Veteran Services (CAVS) offers programs to help thousands of parenting students find a community on campus. “Parenting students are historically an underserved population,...

Kent State earns gold award for military friendly school

Isabella Schreck, Reporter March 21, 2022

Kent State’s main campus ranked in the top 5 percent of most supportive schools for military-connected students for 2022-2023, earning the Gold honor as a military friendly school. For the 13th consecutive...

A screenshot of the award given to Kent State University from VIQTORY Media. 

Kent campus earns 12th consecutive Military Friendly honor

Emma Andrus Reporter February 26, 2021

For the 12th year in a row, Kent State’s main campus has been named a Military Friendly school for its commitment and service to its military community. The honor is given by VIQTORY Media, self described...

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...

CAVS LIFE parent reunion

CAVS office organizes single parent’s reunion

Mariah Hicks April 24, 2018

Members of Literacy and Independence for Family Education (LIFE), a program through the Center for Adult and Veteran Services (CAVS) office, will have the opportunity to reconnect with other members...

Veterans display

Center for Adult and Veterans Services office organizes Veterans Display

Mariah Hicks February 26, 2018

Today, you may have walked past a veteran and had no idea that you crossed paths with someone who served in the military.Many people on Kent State’s campus are veterans who have dedicated time to the...

Health fair

Center for Adult and Veteran Services organize first health fair

Mariah Hicks February 21, 2018

Many of Kent State’s veterans will be bringing their questions about health care and benefits to the Student Center on Wednesday.The Center for Adult and Veteran Services, also known as the CAVS office,...

A guide to the resources available to Kent State students

Kaylee Peterson August 8, 2017

At Kent State, there are an abundance of offices created for the sole purpose of helping students get what they need from their academic experience, but determining which office to go to can be difficult.Academic...

Junior criminology and justice studies major Ryan Lewand stands in the Student Center on Friday, Jan. 23, 2015. Lewland was a petty officer, second class in the Navy and he served a total of two years in Bahrain.

Military veterans readjust to student life at Kent State

Sky Fought January 28, 2015

While some people may view soldiers as stoic fighters, veterans often struggle to defend their work and the reality of being in the American military as they ease back into student life.After the release...

Members of the armed forces find balance with Greek life

Leanne O’Neill October 30, 2014

Students involved in both the military and Greek life face challenges of time commitment, but find benefits from being in both.President of Interfraternity Council Joshua Cherok said the values of the...

Kent State ranks as top veteran school

Leanne O’Neill October 16, 2014

Kent State ranked in a four-way tie for 69th in the United States as a top college for veterans, according to U.S. News & World Report.The report chose the top-ranking universities based on “helping...

Kent State vets raise awareness, give clothes off their backs

Leanne O'Neill October 2, 2014

Student veterans gathered in front of the M.A.C. Center Thursday evening before stripping down to their underwear and running laps around campus, all for charity.The annual event “Clothes Off Your Back...

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