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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Taproot, a catering company co-owned and managed by Linda Fiala and husband, J Michael Fiala took advantage of the Chocolate Walk to promote some of their tasty chocolate confessions like their chocolate mousse.

Annual Chocolate Walk makes downtown Kent a lot sweeter

Emma MacNiven Reporter February 21, 2022

Maps in hand, Kent residents took to the streets of downtown on the hunt for drinks, chocolates and desserts. The annual Main Street Kent Chocolate Walk Feb. 19 brought together chocolate lovers to support...

Rabbi Michael Ross speaks at a Shabbat service, hosted by the L.E.V. Campus Fellowship, on March 12. 

Hillel stays virtual as other religious groups begin meeting in person

Hannah Mayer Reporter March 28, 2021

Editor’s note: This is the fourth of a five-part series that looks at how local places of worship are handling the pandemic. Part one, part two and part three can be found here. The day before Hillel...

Deborah Belintani Rosa is a senior peace and conflict studies major and the president for the International Student Organization at Kent State Stark. She also is the co-creator of the virtual cooking tutorial series at at Kent State Stark.

Kent State Stark to share virtual cooking tutorials made by international students, faculty

Olivia Futo Reporter February 14, 2021

An upcoming series of intercultural cooking tutorials will feature international students, faculty and their culture. The series of YouTube videos will feature staff and students from Kent State Stark....

KIC poster advertising the February bonding event where students made cards for staff members.

How KSU students are spending their Valentine’s Day

Camryn Kocher Reporter February 13, 2021

What better day than Valentine’s Day to spend with your significant other or friends? This year is particularly special because of the current pandemic, so students need to adjust and find new ways to...

A CCS student prepares for food lab in the Campus Kitchen.

Cooking with Career and Community Studies

On the first day of the fall semester, a large handful of students walked into White Hall to learn about self-determination. That group was just starting their journey as Career and Community Studies students. Career...

Students prepare cuts of steak to pair with different wines at the end of class on Oct. 15, 2019. 

Students earn class credit for drinking wine

Katie Thompson Teaching reporter October 19, 2019

Every Tuesday afternoon, 14 students gather in the kitchen on the second floor of Twin Towers to earn credit by drinking wine. The kitchen served as the dining hall kitchen for Kent State in the 1960s...

Ciana Turner, a senior hospitality major, flips a piece of chicken during the “dining on a budget” event in Nixson Hall Tuesday Nov. 14, 2017.

Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week begins with budget-friendly eating

Alex Tinline November 15, 2017

As part of Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, the College of Education, Health and Human Services put on their first-ever "Healthy Eating on a Budget" event Tuesday.Hunger and Homelessness Awareness...

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