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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

Ways to reduce anxiety

Cassidy Gladieux Reporter April 25, 2021

In the United States, around 31% of all adults will experience an anxiety disorder at some point in their life according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. But what is anxiety really?...

William (Bill) Ayres is a tenured political science professor and former vice provost of academic affairs at the University of Toledo.

University selects candidates for associate provost position

Kaitlyn Finchler Reporter March 16, 2021

Two candidates were selected to move on to the next phase of the selection process for the position of associate provost for Academic Affairs and dean of the Division of Graduate Studies.One candidate...

After meeting on Tinder, Oglesby and Bauer are learning to make long-distance work while in separate states.

Couple suggests communication, trust to make long distance work

Jennifer Lasik Reporter February 4, 2021

Lauryn Oglesby, a senior at Kent State University, sits in her apartment, waiting for the text from her boyfriend who lives over 100 miles away in Pittsburgh. “It’s been about six months and it does...

Meals being prepared for LoveLight’s summer lunch program.

LoveLight expands food distribution during pandemic; more than quadruples number of meals normally provided

Anthony Elder reporter February 4, 2021

LoveLight, Inc., a non-profit organization based in Kent, has closed its in-person programs such as Tutoring PLUS and has turned focus to its meal distribution program due to the pandemic. The organization...

Diamond Outerbridge, 16, right, takes notes on gas laws in chemistry class taught by Kevin Henson at Lenape High School in Medford, New Jersey. (Sarah J. Glover/Philadelphia Inquirer/KRT)

Note-taking methods remain a personal preference for many

Julianne Calapa April 15, 2015

With the rising number of distractions stemming from technology, one professor at the University of Kansas banned students from taking notes on laptops.Carol Holstead, an associate professor of journalism...

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