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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

OPINION: Waving symbols of safety on Kent State’s campus

Maria Ferrato Opinion Writer April 8, 2021

A few weeks ago, I was talking to a friend about freedom of speech on Kent State’s campus. She was expressing anger with campus for — in her opinion — only supporting the liberal agenda.The example...

Matthew Knabe (center) speaks with members of Cru and people attending the Cru mental heath event On Feb. 25. At the event, Knabe spoke about the intersection of faith and mental health. 

Kent Cru workshop hosts counselor to share his experiences, resources to combat virtual distress

Hannah Mayer Reporter March 1, 2021

When a Kent Cru member witnessed a Kent State freshman cry from loneliness and loss of community, the Christian student group was encouraged to take action and initiate a conversation on mental health.Since...

The Kent Stater Students gather in Bowman Hall Sunday morning, Dec. 6, 2015, before service.

A new kind of worship: millennials redefine religion

Rachel Duthie March 22, 2017

Jake Ball feels off about the idea of going to church on Sunday mornings.The freshman digital media production major regularly attended church with his grandparents when he was younger. When his grandmother...

CRU to host annual fall retreat this weekend

Kelly Powell October 2, 2015

  What does it mean to have peace in the midst of a crazy life? What does it look like to be truly forgiven? How does it feel to be able to approach God at all times of the day? These questions will be...

Illusionist pulls the curtain behind reality

Skye McEowen February 11, 2015

Illusionist Jim Munroe used magic and storytelling as a way to talk about God with students in his show called “The Maze,” made possible through Cru in the Student Center Ballroom on Tuesday night.Through...

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