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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Lique Coolen is a neuroscience professor and the associate dean for the College of Arts & Sciences. Coolen has studied neuroscience for 26 years, focusing in areas of research like reproduction. Courtesy of Kent State University 

Choose Ohio First grant awarded to Kent State; four STEM programs added

Kelly Krabill Reporter May 8, 2021

Kent State has been awarded $3.5 million from the Choose Ohio First grant to support students in STEM-related majors. First-time students studying science, technology, engineering, mathematics or medicine...

(R)evolution leadership program now available as class

Katia Rodriguez Diversity reporter December 6, 2019

The (R)evolution Leadership Program officially became a course in fall 2019 after the pilot program during the fall 2018 semester. The change to make the program into a class came after seeing some of...

The price of commuting

Hannah Gooch Housing reporter October 15, 2019

Commuters choose to pay the extra expense of gas to live off campus. President of Commuter & Off-Campus Student Organization (COSO) LeAnn Frank has to fill up her tank every week.“No matter what...

Documentary aims to give details about May 4

With more than 80 events planned for the 50th commemoration of May 4, 1970, the Fire in the Heartland documentary shown regularly in Taylor Hall features a comprehensive look at the events of May 4. The...

Mitch and I won two TV2 golden tape awards last spring. I won the tape for Sports Department MVP and we both won the Best Sports Show award for SportsCorner 2.0. 

One Step At A Time: A part of the team

Michael Reiner September 11, 2019

Being a part of the Kent State University Campus television station TV2 was always a goal of mine. I started my college career as a regional campus student at Kent State East Liverpool, so I was eagerly...

Several Kent State players warming up before the start of the fall scrimmage before that start of the season on Aug. 19 2019. 

High-octane offense, improved depth highlight Flashes’ scrimmage

Ian Kreider August 19, 2019

Coach Sean Lewis did not publicly declare a winner after Kent State’s open scrimmage Monday.“I have to check the tape before I truly know that,” Lewis said with a smile. “But the offense seemed...

Chris McPherson, a firefighter with the Windham and Garrettsville fire departments, inspects the water level inside the clearwater well at the Windham Water Department in Windham, Ohio, on Oct. 17, 2018. Over 250,000 gallons of water had to be pumped out of the well after a drinking water advisory went into effect Monday due to high manganese levels. “They said it will be better by the end of the day,” said McPherson. “This altogether, I don’t think this will be fixed for another three weeks.”

Village of Windham lifts drinking advisory after manganese scare

Carter E. Adams October 19, 2018

The Village of Windham lifted a drinking water advisory on Thursday, one that was put in place by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency following extensive testing of the manganese levels in the water.Chronic...

Chemistry students Bogdan Benin and Nick Onuska preform a demonstration for Kent Chemistry Day, Feb. 6, 2016.

Explore Kent Chemistry Day encourages prospective students

Ariel Reid February 6, 2016

Kent State's chemistry department staged a series of entertaining and educational chemistry acts in Williams Hall from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday for students thinking about attending Kent State.Hearing...

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