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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Producers Ben Pagani and Rachel Gross pose with anchors Jenna Gobrecht and Shane Troyano on the set of KSU Live! in the Franklin Hall studio.

Student Success partners with students for new orientation

Taylor Gay Reporter July 4, 2021

“Camera 1, set on hosts, in 3, 2, 1” were common phrases in Franklin Hall this summer as students put on a new orientation show for incoming freshmen. KSU Live! is the first section that students go...

Eboni Pringle, dean of University College at Kent State University.

Kent State prepares for incoming freshmen

Taylor Gay Reporter June 16, 2021

A post-pandemic world is slowly but surely becoming a reality and Kent State is moving with the times. Welcoming their incoming freshman class in the fall, the faculty and staff are working to help where...

Commencement Group Pic

(Left to Right) Graduates Mackenzie McGary, Shayna McGary and Maria Frissora pose as they prepare to for the College of Aeronautics and Engineering and College of Education, Health and Humanities commencement...

Front of Student Support Services office located at the Center for Undergraduate Excellence.

Student Support Services finds new challenges and successes with transition to virtual climate

Cameron Aloway Reporter March 14, 2021

Forced to pull in-person engagement due to the pandemic, Student Support Services instilled new adjustments to its program that proved to be a new challenge for the program.The support network for first-generation...

Division of Student Affairs podcast enters second season

The Division of Student Affairs podcast has entered its second season, and co-hosts Taléa Drummer-Ferrell and Matthew Lupica look forward to producing student-focused content.“This season, we are more...

May 4 and AR: bringing the past to the present

Maria McGinnis Assigning editor November 13, 2019

As Kent State approaches the 50th anniversary of the tragedy that occurred on May 4, 1970, commemoration is becoming more and more important. Various Kent State professors, students and the May 4 Visitors...

Lt. Joe Hendry of the KSUPD demonstrates to students how to detain a gunman during the A.L.i.C.E. training workshop on March 15, 2013 in the student center. A.L.I.C.E., which stands for Alert, Lockdown, Information, Counter and Evacuation, is a crisis training program teaching students how to deal with an active shooter situation. Photo by Shane Flanigan.

ALICE training mandatory for freshmEn

Dana Miller October 7, 2015

Kent State continues to show confidence in being an Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate (ALICE) trained school in light of the recent shooting on Oct. 1 at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.The devastating...

FlashGuides

FlashGuides continue to serve at Destination Kent State

Brittany Anderson July 9, 2015

Incoming freshmen attending Destination Kent State will have the opportunity to work with Kent State students to guide them into the world of college.FlashGuides are one of the most important parts of...

The Kent Stater Hodgson Mill is a vegan friendly brand sold at the Eastway Market and Deli, which also sells gluten free, vegetarian, vegan and traditional options for Kent State students.

University offers choices to help students with food allergies

Kelsie Britton February 15, 2015

Kent State University Dining Services provides multiple options for students affected by food allergies.Dining Services Resident District Manager Richard Roldan said that the conversation on food allergies...

Graphic by Ryan Dunn

‘Formula to Finish’ encourages four-year graduation plan

Hanna Moore September 25, 2014

“Formula to Finish,” also known as Got 15?, is a new university program launched June 2 that aims to save students time and money by having them complete 15 credit hours per semester.The initiative...

Stater to emphasize digital content

This summer and fall, the Daily Kent Stater will be emphasizing its web and app presence to better reach the student body. We will be printing less often and focusing more on KentWired.com.This summer,...

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