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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Richard Gibson, a sophomore psychology major, speaks to members of Turning Point USA on Risman Plaza on Monday, Oct. 2, 2017. Gibson is president of student organization World Of Kolored Empowerment or W.O.K.E.

Students’ political ideologies clash at Turning Point USA ‘Take A Stand’ demonstration

Tierra Thomas October 2, 2017

Tension was in the air as two groups faced one another under the American flag, one side standing and the other kneeling.In response to students taking a knee last week, the nonpartisan, small government...

Matthew Olienechak

Opinion: The kneeling protests and why they matter

Matthew Olienechak September 27, 2017

I have no doubt that your news feeds are swamped with people voicing their opinion on the NFL protests. At that point, would any of you have the stamina to listen to yet another guy with a loud mouth give...

Drew Taylor

Opinion: A feeling of fabrication hinders Browns protests

Drew Taylor September 10, 2017

Growing up a sports fan, I’ve always been a fan of athletes who are outspoken on issues close to them.Whether it be J.J. Watt of the Houston Texans, who has raised millions of dollars in Hurricane Harvey...

Matt Poe

Opinion: Please stop talking about Colin Kaepernick

Matt Poe August 9, 2017

In a desperate plea from yours truly, this column seems pretty irrelevant for the most part — what with the world inching further toward the brink of nuclear war and our penultimate demise.In the same...

Colin Kaepernick sits on an island

Matt Poe August 30, 2016

The quarterback who made the most noise in the NFL this week didn’t do so by slinging three touchdowns or leading a game-winning drive with two minutes left in the game.San Francisco 49ers quarterback...

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