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OPINION: Ohio doesn’t just want passenger rail, it NEEDS it

Logan Heffelman Opinion Writer March 9, 2021

The first railroad line in Ohio was completed in 1836 and eventually connected Toledo, Ohio, with Adrian, Michigan. At the time the 33-mile journey took three hours to make. The modern Shinkansen (bullet...

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OPINION: A deer in the headlights

Cameron Gorman November 5, 2018

These days, I can say something I never thought I would as a freshman in college: I’m a commuter student. As much as I once shuddered to think about living in my parent’s home throughout my time in...

Kyleigh Jarosinski explains how slushy road conditions can affect your ability to stop quickly on the roads. 

Tuesday forecast: driving conditions, safety tips, and a look into next week

TV2 February 16, 2016

Tuesday's newscast has team weather coverage keeping you informed and ahead of the storm.After several inches of snow accumulated Monday night and Tuesday morning, Michael Bratton and Paige Katrinchak...

Anhelica Rodriguez, a junior fashion merchandising major, and Stephanie Martoccia, a sophomore public relations major and sister of Delta Zeta, sit in the Student Center asking people to take the no drinking and driving pledge. 

Delta Zeta run alcohol awareness campaign

Dana Miller October 23, 2015

Delta Zeta sorority pledges to stop drinking and driving and encourages other students to join at a table signing they held this week in the student center.There was an alcohol-impaired traffic fatality...

 Over winter break, Downtown Kent spruced up its navigational system with newly designed road signs and street decorations.

Cutting-edge signs for a bustling downtown

Keely Kennedy January 11, 2015

As students departed for winter break this past month, the city of Kent engaged in a project to liven downtown.The new signs are part of the comprehensive Signage and Wayfinding Program, which has been...

Gas prices below two dollars a gallon have hit Northeast Ohio in recent weeks. Despite the weather on Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015, gas stations in Kent are experiencing no shortage in customers.

Less gas, more cash

Melissa Puppo January 11, 2015

Kent State students returning from winter break might notice a change in their finances due to decreasing gas prices sweeping Ohio.More than 75 percent of Kent State’s student population is made up of...

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