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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

On the 12th floor of the Kent State University Library is the Library Collections and Archives that holds a collection of historic books and items. This book is the oldest printed book in the collection, printed in 1470. Inside are the writings of St. Jerome, in Latin. St. Jerome is the patron saint of librarians and is best known for translating most of the Bible into Latin.

Library top floor houses rare historical documents

Paige Brown February 15, 2017

Located on the top floor of the University Library is Kent State's best kept secret.The Special Collections and Archives preserves primary sources and rare materials for people to learn from in the future.“They’re...

1970s Daily Kent Stater “Letters to the Editor” following the May 4 shootings at Kent State

Compiled by Audrey Fletcher May 4, 2015

The following Letters to the Editor were sent to Daily Kent Stater editor, William Armstrong, following the May 4 shootings at Kent State.The Daily Kent Stater did not publish for the summer of 1970 as...

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