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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Mandy Munro-Stasiuk is the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Kent State University. 

Finalists selected for dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

Alexandra Golden Assigning Editor February 10, 2022

Kent State announced its final candidates for the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in an email from the Office of the Provost.The candidates include Mandy Munro-Stasiuk, the interim dean of the...

Dane Paris, senator of the Honors College candidate for USG. 

Candidates present new ideas and platforms at USG debate

Annie Zwisler Reporter March 5, 2020

There were no winners or losers Wednesday night as USG candidates vowed to implement more mental health resources, environmental protection and better restrooms for Kent State students at the annual USG...

Kent Part-Time Faculty Alliance

Adjuncts discuss wages, job security

Editor's Note: Rick is an alias for an adjunct professor at Kent State who asked not to be identified by his real name. The name was created to protect his identity. Rick, an adjunct professor at Kent...

Junior English major Dorisha Hendrix, A Wick Poetry Center employee, and senior integrated language arts major Faith Payton work and talk in the May Prentice House on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019. 

Wick Poetry Center collaborates on exhibit to be shown at Ellis Island this fall

“Traveling Stanzas,” the ever-changing poetry project through Kent State’s Wick Poetry Center, will journey to the National Museum of Immigration on Ellis Island this fall as part of the “Sisters...

Diacon announces hiring freeze due to $12 million budget gap

Molly Heideman September 9, 2019

During the Faculty Senate meeting Monday, President Todd Diacon announced the implementation of a hiring freeze for the university.Diacon said because of the university’s challenges of decreasing enrollment...

Spectators cheer on runners at the Run the World 5k on Saturday, September 7, 2019. 

Run the World 5k hosts its fifth annual run

Sydney Ford September 8, 2019

International and local students at Kent State participated in the fifth annual Run the World 5K and International Festival Saturday, Sept. 7 to raise money for study abroad programs.The 5K started approximately...

Professors Rick Ferdig, Cheng Chang Lu and Karl Kosko sit behind some of the technology that supports their project.

Over $1.4 million awarded to fund teacher training videos

Linden Miller September 2, 2019

A set of Kent State professors recently received a grant of $1.48 million to fund their innovative video project. Karl Kosko and Richard Ferdig, two of the professors who received the grant, teach at...

Members of USG pose for a photo Aug. 28, 2019.

USG meeting: Developments for Kent State’s campus introduced

Lauryn Oglesby August 29, 2019

Changes for Kent Market 2 upon its closing, an open house for the Aeronautics training center and the upcoming May 4 Commemoration were all discussed at the Undergraduate Student Government meeting Aug....

Neuroscience Major

Neuroscience degree offered beginning Fall 2019

Paige Bennett November 1, 2018

The College of Arts and Sciences will begin offering a bachelor’s degree in neuroscience in Fall 2019.Expanding the neuroscience program has been one of university’s goals for over 25 years, James...

Kent State Museum to host ’80s-themed party

Ella Abbott October 27, 2017

The Kent State Museum is giving people a chance to live out an '80s fantasy on Nov. 3.The museum, in collaboration with the College of Arts and Sciences, is hosting the “Awesome '80s Dance Party” to...

Hasu Patel, a performer from Baroda, India, plays the sitar during India Fest in Risman Plaza Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017. Patel, an internationally known sitarist, performed a specific style known as gayaki ang, which mimics the fluidity and range of the human voice.

Students embark on cultural journey at first-ever India Fest

Kassandra Kaczmarek September 22, 2017

Authentic Indian cuisine, music and performances filled Risman Plaza Thursday for Kent State’s India Fest.Hosted by the College of the Arts, the event is the fifth installment in the Fall Arts Festival...

Creativity Festival

First Creativity Festival celebrates the arts

Nathaniel Harvey September 25, 2016

On Saturday, both the City of Kent and Kent State’s College of the Arts came together as one to host the inaugural Creativity Festival on the Esplanade.“It’s where you can be an artist. Anybody can...

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