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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

The Fruit Stand opened on Jan. 5 at 175 E Erie St.

Fruit-based restaurant trend in downtown Kent

Brynne Mann April 5, 2021

Downtown Kent opened three new fruit-based restaurants in the past year despite COVID-19. The Fruit Stand, Kwench Juice Cafe and the Tropical Smoothie Cafe are the new restaurants people can visit. “Restaurants...

Campus Kitchen

Kent State offers Campus Kitchen as food stamps alternative

Emily Mays Reporter March 25, 2021

As COVID-19 continues to impact students, they face more insecurity with food and other goods than ever before. For students who are facing food insecurity or cannot afford to keep food on the table,...

Draw struggles cost Kent lacrosse in loss to Marquette

Jimmy Oswald Sports Reporter February 28, 2021

For the second game in a row the Kent State lacrosse team lost the draw control battle by double digits. And for the second game in a row the Flashes lost the game, falling to Marquette University 19-8. Junior...

Kent State football coach Sean Lewis.

Control what you can: Lewis talks about Kent State football amid coronavirus cancellation

Ben Pagani, TV2 Sports August 11, 2020

Sean Lewis, Kent State’s football coach, is sticking to a simple idea: control what he can control.Three days after the Mid-American Conference (MAC) postponed its fall season, Lewis spoke to the media...

Kent State nutrition professor creates nutrition plans for students

Hannah Burkey Reporter April 2, 2020

Kent State students can receive a free, individualized and nutritious meal plan.Tanya Falcone, Kent State nutrition professor and coordinator for the Center of Nutrition Outreach, creates the meal plans...

Student Recreation and Wellness Center offers nutrition advice but overall attendance drops

Shelbie Goulding February 6, 2018

Kent State offers free nutrition advice and fitness facilities to give students a healthier college lifestyle, but statistics show students have not taken advantage of these opportunities.“Students are...

Weight management class aims to improve Kent community health

Jennie Barr July 25, 2014

An eight-week weight management class will begin Aug. 25 in Nixson Hall. Tanya Falcone, adult nutrition counselor for the Center of Nutrition Outreach, will be instructor of the first ever class, which...

Kirsten Seman, 9, from Ravenna adds chocolate chips to a healthy desert for the K.I.D.S. program at Nixson Hall on Thursday, Mar. 6, 2014. Nutrition Outreach graduate and undergraduate students are working with children and parents from Portage County to educate them in nutrition and dietetics as part of an eight week program.

Kent State Nutrition Students Work with the Community

Julia Sprowls March 6, 2014

Kent State’s Center of Nutrition Outreach offers a weight management program for youth called K.I.D.S., or Kids Interested in Diet and Sport. This program teaches Portage County children between the...

Microwave cooking classes starting for students

Hannah Reed February 27, 2014

The Center of Nutrition Outreach, a program in Kent State’s nutrition department, is starting microwave cooking classes for students.For many students, gaining weight is a big concern their first year...

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