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Kent Wired

Kathy Dwinnells is an Associate Professor at Kent State Trumbull and a Trumbull BSN Coordinator. 

Nursing students at regional campuses provided with numerous scholarship opportunities

Olivia Futo Reporter April 21, 2021

The Kent State Nursing program at regional campuses receive thousands of dollars in scholarships each year to assist the diverse group of student nurses in completing their degrees.The nursing program...

Volunteers organizing clothing at the Community Clothing Center.

Community Clothing Center temporarily allows two visits in a month for free clothing

Anthony Elder March 25, 2021

Beginning in February, the Community Clothing Center in Ravenna increased the number of times people can visit to twice per month. The center provides free clothing and household items. Donations to the...

Melissa DeRosa, secretary to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, conducts a news conference with Cuomo on the COVID-19 pandemic at the National Press Club in Washington D.C., after a meeting with President Trump at the White House on Wednesday, May 27, 2020. 

New York governor’s top aide admits administration delayed the release of Covid-19 deaths in long-term care facilities over federal investigation concerns

Lauren del Valle, CNN February 12, 2021

(CNN) -- New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's top aide says the administration delayed the release of data on Covid-19 deaths of long-term care facility residents because of concerns about a potential federal...

U.S. President Donald Trump gives a thumbs up as he departs on the South Lawn of the White House, on December 12, 2020 in Washington, DC. Trump is traveling to the Army versus Navy Football Game at the United States Military Academy in West Point, NY. 

‘Several dozen’ of Trump’s pardons pushed by criminal justice reform groups, source says

(CNN) -- Several dozen of President Donald Trump's final slate of more than 100 pardons and commutations will be doled out to individuals whose cases have been championed by criminal justice reform...

Dante Darnell Dixon, 40, is being held in the Portage County Jail without bond on charges of aggravated burglary and felonious assault on police officers after unlawfully entering a home in Kent while in possession of a firearm. 

Kent police share new details in officer-involved shooting

Kent Police released an updated statement on the officer-involved shooting that took place on January 16 at 1596 E. Summit Street in Kent. Police responded to a 9-1-1 call from a young girl just after...

Kent State sees largest fundraising year in school’s history

Kristin Hohman October 5, 2017

Kent State announced its highest-ever fundraising year in the university's history Wednesday. For fiscal year 2017, the university received $38.9 million in private donations.This marks a 31 percent increase...

Seniors Aleah Burris and Mackenzie Nekl stand outside the MACC Center on Sept. 12, 2017 and collect donations for Austin Pets Alive, a shelter in Austin affected by Hurricane Harvey. 

4 the Love of Paws raises money for displaced pets

Alex Kamczyc September 12, 2017

After Hurricane Harvey swept through the Houston area nearly two weeks ago, its forceful path caused not only damage, but displaced thousands of families and pets from their homes.While many have reached...

Kent State CDC to hold annual rummage sale

Alexandra Seibt March 30, 2016

The Child Development Center (CDC) of Kent State will hold its annual rummage sale from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday to raise money for the center's programs.“We email all of the families (at the...

Kent State raises more than $250K on Giving Tuesday

Ian Flickinger December 2, 2015

Kent State received more than 700 gifts totaling $252,000 on Giving Tuesday, surpassing last year’s total of $40,000.President Beverly Warren challenged students, alumni, faculty and other members of...

Opinion: Raising books for cancer

Skyler Chill September 18, 2014

For this week’s column, I wanted to share my project proposal for my communication class, “Communication in Small Groups and Teams.”When thinking about children, we envision little ones jumping rope,...

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