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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Marijuana may become decriminalized in Kent, but not on campus

Gavin Mitten Reporter March 1, 2022

The Kent Police Department would not acknowledge the Sensible Marihuana Ordinance if it passed. Sensible Kent, part of the statewide Sensible Movement Coalition, has a proposed ordinance that would...

Rachel Beech, associate vice president of enrollment management at California State University. Beech is one of two finalists for the VP of enrollment management at Kent State.

Kent State announces finalists for VP of Enrollment Management position

Owen MacMillan Digital Content Manager February 15, 2022

Kent State announced two finalists for the position of vice president of enrollment management Tuesday, Feb. 15. Rachel Beech, who is currently the associate vice president of enrollment management at...

OPINION: How studying abroad changed me

I have never worked harder for anything in my life. I have never gotten straight A's until I was a senior in high school. I studied day and night, non-stop. I even had tutors outside of school. I didn’t...

Kent State Recreation Center reopens with restrictions

Becca SagarisReporter September 3, 2020

The Beverly J. Warren Student Recreation and Wellness Center (SRWC) reopened Aug. 17, but due to the current pandemic, updates and adaptations have been made in order to keep patrons safe and healthy.In...

Ohio is one of 10 states, mainly in the Rust Belt, likely to lose seats in the House of Representatives following the 2020 Census next month, according to projections by The Kent Stater. Seven states are expected to gain districts, led by Texas with three added seats and Florida with two.

Projections show Ohio likely to lose House seats following 2020 Census

Editor’s note: This story is the work of Kent State’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication’s Interviewing and Data class. Ohio is one of 10 states — mainly across the Rust Belt —...

Kent State hires two new geography professors

Colleen Carrol Sciences Reporter September 24, 2019

Kent State’s geography department hired two new professors to accommodate the growing environmental studies program.Tim Assal and He Yin were added to the geography faculty this summer, according to...

Kent State soccer goes 0-2 on road

Dante Centofanti September 1, 2019

The Kent State women's soccer team remains winless so far in their 2019 campaign, as they fall to the University of Denver 1-0.The team once again failed to score for 90 minutes, and failed to defend well...

Soccer begins two-game road trip with loss

Dante Centofanti August 31, 2019

The Kent State Women’s soccer team began their two-game road trip with a loss as they fell to the University of Colorado 2-1 at Prentup Field in Boulder, Colorado, Thursday.The Flashes are now 0-1-1...

Dylan Webb is a teaching English as a second language major. Contact him at dwebb13@kent.edu.

Opinion: NOCO Hemp Expo

Dylan Webb April 6, 2016

From business owners to renowned activists, reporters and farmers, to scientists, the pioneers of the American hemp industry gathered in Loveland, Colorado for the Third Annual North Colorado Hemp Expo. Hemp...

EMS responds to shooting at Colorado Planned Parenthood

Suspect in the Planned Parenthood shooting in Colorado on Friday to stand trial today

TV2, Kiana Duncan, Angelo Angel November 30, 2015

Monday's FlashCast features TV2's Kiana Duncan and Angelo Angel discussing the mass-shooting at Planned Parenthood in Colorado as well as Kent State President Beverly Warren's planned contribution for...

Soccer sweeps UNLV Nike Invitational

Ben Orner August 31, 2014

It’s unfortunate that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas because Kent State soccer dominated the UNLV Nike Invitational, winning the tournament with two exciting shutout victories.The Flashes blanked...

News on the go: March 11, 2014

Taylor Williams March 10, 2014

On Monday, Judge Col. James Pohl refused to dismiss charges against Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair after reviewing newly disclosed emails. The judge said the military might have improperly moved forward with...

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