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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Poster for suicide prevention, reading, “Students can save lives.”

Local high school senior starts Students Save Lives chalk walk

Brynne Mann Reporter April 22, 2021

A local high school senior, Julia Hallgren, hosts the first Students Save Lives chalk walk this Sunday to help raise awareness for suicide prevention. The in-person chalk walk was created by Hallgren...

Capitol Police Honor

Capitol Police Honor

Sarah Silbiger February 1, 2021

WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 13: The Capitol dome is seen early Wednesday morning before Amb. William Taylor And Deputy Assistant Secretary Of State George Kent testify at the first public impeachment hearing...

The New York Times called the textbook in question, Anime from Akira to Howls Moving Castle, a thoughtful and carefully researched account. Its author, Susan J. Napier, is a Professor of the Japanese Program at Tufts University. This is her third book. 

State representatives object to anime textbook that depicts sexual assault

Lyndsey Brennan Reporter October 13, 2020

State representatives Reggie Stoltzfus (R-Paris Twp.) and Don Jones (R-Freeport) sent a letter to Kent State President Todd Diacon last week demanding the university immediately pull a textbook they said...

Vlas Zyrianov, a 13-year-old Kent State student, in the University Library on Wednesday, April 13, 2016. Vlas is the youngest student to take classes at Kent State University.

Learning at all ages: Starting college at 13 years old

Olivia Minnier April 19, 2016

Vlas Zyrianov walks across the Kent State campus in the shadows of the students walking along the Esplanade. He waited in the lobby of the 12-floor building, dressed in a business casual attire — a...

Efforts to raise Ashtabula’s enrollment in effect

Anthony Cornwell November 29, 2015

Kent State Ashtabula confirms its enrollment is on the rise due to the popularity of the nursing program and tuition rates.Before the rise in enrollment starting in 2012, Ashtabula’s enrollment was dwindling....

Faculty Senate approves new major, changes to student dismissal process, post-secondary education

Jimmy Miller May 12, 2015

In its last meeting of 2015, Faculty Senate unanimously approved the creation of a Business Analytics major, lowered the GPA range for dismissal review and established a program to replace the Post-Secondary...

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