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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

Student ASL interpreter Abbe Marchetta (left) interprets Michael Reiners interview question to deafblind writer Angie Orlando (right) Friday, November 15, 2019. 

One Step at A Time: Deafblind Kent writer tells all in upcoming movie

Michael Reiner Columnist November 20, 2019

 Kent native Angie Orlando loves to tell stories. However, Angie’s story is one with many ups and downs. The Kent community will get to see her documentary called “I’m So Amazing” this coming...

People attending Deaf Night Out wait for their food at downtown Kent’s Buffalo Wild Wings on Feb 3. 2016.

Kent State celebrates the Deaf cultural experience

Julie Riedel February 21, 2016

Deaf cultural experiences took over the weekend at Kent State main and Trumbull campuses. On Feb. 18, Willey Conley promoted his first novel “The Deaf Heart” at the main campus, and opened his photo...

Deaf-blind workshop encourages cultural awareness

Anthony Didion November 13, 2014

Update (Nov. 14, 2014): The deaf-blind workshop has been cancelled due to the presenter's illness and possible inclement weather, according to an email from Amy Fetterman, president of Kent State ASL...

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