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Kent Wired

Student organizations weigh hopes, fears for next presidential administration

KentWired Staff November 8, 2020

This election year is historic, with the country seemingly more divided now than it’s been since the Civil War. Several media outlets, including the Associated Press, CNN, the New York Times and Fox...

From left, Sarah Thomas, Jennifer King and Callie Brownson made NFL history on Sunday.

Two female coaches and a female official make NFL history by being on the field at the same time

Lauren M. Johnson, CNN September 27, 2020

(CNN) -- For the first time in the NFL's history, three women were on the gridiron Sunday in an official capacity during a regular-season game.A female coach was on each sideline and a female official...

Republican representative and senior business management major Seth Koellner participates in a discussion about immigration at the Kent State Student Center on Feb. 10, 2020. Koellner is the president of the Kent State College Republicans. 

College Democrats and Republicans meet face to face on immigration

Chris Ramos Reporter February 11, 2020

When it comes to immigration, there is not a “right or wrong” answer, Jessica Roshak, assistant director of Student Leadership Development told students Monday night. “It’s different party stances...

Make Campus Great Again begins national tour in Akron, Ohio

Katie Thompson Teaching reporter September 19, 2019

Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign kicked off the youth engagement program, Make Campus Great Again, Monday night at the University of Akron. More than 50 students from the surrounding schools...

Member of various political organizations at Kent State put aside their differences to honor the anniversary of 9/11 on September 11, 2018.

Kent State’s political organizations set aside differences to remember 9/11

Lily Nickel September 12, 2018

Members of Kent State’s opposing political parties set aside their differences Tuesday evening to honor and remember the lives lost in the terror attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.Board members of Kent State...

Republicans: Why should the government be allowed to dictate what we can say?

Rachel Walker November 8, 2017

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably...

Dr. Richard Serpe and Akhil Hill talk during the KENTTalks Let’s Talks Trump event in Tri-Towers rotunda on January 31, 2017. The event was held in order to help bring understanding to the different opinions on the recent presidential election.

KENTtalks brings students, organizations together to discuss free speech

Cameron Gorman October 17, 2017

A panel discussion about free speech — and the idea of hate speech — will be held on Oct. 18 as part of the KENTtalks series. KENTtalks, which has been offered since Spring 2015, is a program focused...

Jacob Tabler is a junior political science major and a member of the Kent State College Republicans. Contact him at jtabler2@kent.edu.

Opinion: Tensions rise in the GOP primaries

Jacob Tabler Kent State College Republicans April 27, 2016

This past Tuesday, the road to the Republican nomination continued as the Acela primaries were held. Donald Trump won the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Rhode Island, Maryland and Pennsylvania. The three...

Jacob Tabler is a junior political science major and a member of the Kent State College Republicans. Contact him at jtabler2@kent.edu.

Opinion: The primary election and the Republican Party

Jacob Tabler Kent State College Republicans April 13, 2016

The 2016 presidential election has been interesting, to say the least: Both parties have seen intense races, and that trend will most likely continue as the primary elections draw to a close.On the Republican...

College Republicans, Democrats discuss open carry at RNC

Anthony Calvaruso April 3, 2016

A petition started on change.org in favor of open carry at the 2016 Republican National Convention (RNC) has become controversial for both political parties. With the RNC set to take place in Cleveland,...

From the College Republicans: We want the best, not the loudest

The year 2016 has proven to be an exciting time for the race to the presidency so far, especially for the Republican Party. We've gone from seeing over a dozen Republican candidates on the stage, to now...

Jacob Tabler is a junior political science major and a member of the Kent State College Republicans. Contact him at jtabler2@kent.edu.

Opinion: How do we deal with North Korea?

Jacob Tabler Kent State College Republicans February 24, 2016

North Korea is once again making headlines for developing their nuclear arsenal. The nation, still under control of the dictator Kim Jong-un, has recently tested a hydrogen bomb. The bomb increases destructive...

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