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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 Kent State library acquired a 3-D printer as a gift from USG and the class of 2013 last school year and because of its popularity the library invested in a second 3-D printer over the summer. All students have access to the printers and their innovative capabilities free of charge.

University library offers more than a place to study

Nick Boone March 2, 2015

The University Library offers multiple resources that go unused during a student's college career. “There is a lot we have to offer and we try to talk to students when they get here, but they are hit...

The Kent Stater Senior broadcast journalism major Lauren Blue, explains to students how the 3D printer in the multimedia studio works in the Kent State library.

Student Multimedia Studio scans more than paper

Olivia Young November 2, 2014

Instead of paper objects, the Student Multimedia Studio has focused its latest 3-D scanning project on people.The SMS originally started out on the third floor of the University Library in 1998, in a tiny...

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