The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Climate 360

Group of Kent State students take part in nationwide climate change project

Izzy Stewart Reporter August 13, 2021

Since March 2021, a team of Kent State students has spent their time speaking with Ohio representatives, farmers and environmental activists to dig deeper into how climate change is affecting the Buckeye...

Holding hands

Emphasis on respective love languages helps strengthen couple’s relationship

Cassondra Siaus Reporter May 11, 2021

Rarely ever wearing makeup, Camryn Kocher will spend hours getting ready to go out with her boyfriend, Joe Cook. Receiving compliments are important to Kocher and she said he never fails to tell her she...

Michigan Election Officials Count Ballots In Lansing

John Moore November 4, 2020

LANSING, MICHIGAN - NOVEMBER 03: An election worker carries absentee ballots for counting at the Lansing city clerk's office on election night on November 03, 2020 in Lansing, Michigan. President Trump...

GUEST OPINION: Why should you vote?

"This election is the most important election of your life, so make sure to vote." This is a typical call to action in our political discourse — so common that it seems as though every election is...

Thomas Jahnke, a computer information systems freshman is tested for COVID-19 at the Center for Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement. After increased cases of COVID-19 at Kent State University, mass testing was brought to campus Friday.

Kent State set to begin weekly mass testing

Owen MacMillan Sports editor October 8, 2020

In the coming week Kent State is dramatically expanding random COVID-19 testing on campus and will look to test between 400 and 450 individuals a week.The testing will be carried out in partnership with...

OPINION: “Where’s Todd?” reveals students’ dissatisfaction with university’s handling of threats to their lives

Lyndsey Brennan Reporter October 5, 2020

Last semester I conducted an interview with a May 4 survivor that chilled me.I had gone into the interview naïve, hoping to hear about healing and forgiveness. Instead, what I heard was disbelief, disgust...

Casanova’s workplace at home. 

Students taking online classes struggle with their home environment

Megan Becker Reporter September 28, 2020

Many students who were planning on living on campus have decided to live at home instead because of coronavirus, quarantining and online classes. At home, students have to live outside of a learning environment...

Organization for disabled adults extends opportunity to Kent State Trumbull

Jessica Cobb Regionals/Teaching reporter September 28, 2020

Students with disabilities can be integrated into university culture and prepare themselves for career success with a partnership at Kent State’s Trumbull campus. The campus is home to Siffrin Academy...

What no one tells us about mental health

Alexa Marco, Thrive collab August 3, 2020

Starting college can be a huge stress among new students. Most students go straight from graduating high school to attending college or university, and threemonths of summer in between sometimes isn’t...

Andrew Yang

Bloomberg February 11, 2020

Andrew Yang, founder of Venture for America and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, stands on stage during the Democratic presidential candidate debate in Miami, Florida, U.S., on Thursday, June 27,...

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