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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

KentWired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

KentWired

Centennial Court B, a dorm building on Kent campus. Sophomores will have the option to cancel their housing contracts and pursue other accommodations for fall 2023.

Sophomore students move off campus as result of housing changes

Savana Capp, Reporter March 13, 2023

An email from housing Thursday afternoon said students can cancel their housing contract and live off campus next semester if they are sophomores or older. In past years, the university required all...

Freshman architecture major Annabelle Montgomery (left) and her roommate, Olivia McClelland, in their dorm room in Kent State’s Allyn Hall.

On or off campus? Here’s how to decide where to live

Catie Pusateri, Reporter November 4, 2022

To live on or off campus? That is the question. This semester marks the first time sophomore fashion merchandising major Jacqueline Quinn is living off campus, and she shares a house near the architecture...

Off-campus housing, such as Province pictured here, becomes popular for students to safeguard themselves against COVID-19. Many students requested single living spaces near the university to continue their remote learning environment.

Students living off-campus increases for spring semester

Kelly Krabill Reporter February 11, 2021

Two weeks into the spring semester, the number of students living on campus has fallen by 37 percent compared to the fall. While 3,576 students unpacked their belongings into dormitories at the beginning...

OPINION: A must-watch for the Holiday season is Netflix’s newest original series “Dash & Lily”

Jessica Goodwin Opinion writer November 19, 2020

I promised myself no Christmas movies until after Thanksgiving! But I found a loophole to my own promise. Luckily for me and all the others that resist breaking out the Christmas movies before Thanksgiving,...

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More students moving fully-remote as spring semester approaches

Ben Vrobel Reporter November 18, 2020

This spring semester, more students will be staying home to be fully-remote instead of moving back into Kent State’s residence halls.“It’s safe to assume there will be less students on campus than...

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