The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2


The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2


The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2


Egg prices continue to rise across the country

March 7, 2023

Due to the Avian Bird Flu and rising inflation, prices of eggs continue to affect local businesses and farmers. One local farmer, Tiffany Zorica, of Livin' the Dream Farm, said it's the cost of feed and...

President Todd Diacon hosts ‘Talking with Todd’ session focused on the University’s economic impact

Jocy Holtsberry , Reporter February 10, 2023

President Todd Diacon shared the many ways Kent State improved Ohio’s economy in the latest installment of Talking with Todd. Talking with Todd occurs monthly, where Diacon discusses a certain topic...

U.S. President Joe Biden is flanked by National Economic Council Director Brian Deese and White House Council of Economic Advisers Chair Cecilia Rouse as he speaks about the economy and the January jobs report at the White House today. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)

Biden calls latest jobs report ‘strikingly good news’

Maegan Vazquez, CNN February 3, 2023

CNN— President Joe Biden said Friday’s jobs report is “strikingly good news,” arguing that it’s yet another sign that his economic plan is working. “Next week I’ll be reporting on the...

The AP Interview: Yellen says debt standoff risks ‘calamity’

Fatima Hussein, AP January 21, 2023

DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said in an Associated Press interview Saturday she expects Congress will ultimately vote to raise America’s debt limit, but demands by...

Kent State University students adjust to rising economy, inflation costs

Chloe Robertson, Reporter October 8, 2022

Kent State University students are adjusting to the increased inflation rates and economic status of the U.S. Across the country, prices for gas and food continue to increase and college tuition has...

Carnaby Street Style announced their closing on Instagram.

Changes to Downtown Kent 2020-2021

Chloe Zofchak Reporter April 28, 2021

Kent is known for being the college town with a tight-knit community of students, families, businesses and more. People come from near and far towns to enjoy the scenery and frequent social events Kent...

Suicide rates expected to increase after 2020

Cassidy Gladieux Reporter March 30, 2021

If you are in crisis, call the toll-free National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), available 24/7. The service is available to anyone and all calls are confidential.In Ohio, five people...

OPINION: Misunderstood? One-issue voters, misconceptions and what some of them may really care about

Ross McDonnell Opinion Writer March 26, 2021

As someone who, for lack of a better term, enjoys thinking about the relationship between social issues and the law a fair amount, I often found myself analyzing the curiosity that was one-issue (or “single-issue”)...

Emily Hervol is the assistant director of admissions at Kent State University. 

Virtual campus tours to be offered alongside in-person tours

Madison Knaack Reporter February 21, 2021

After COVID-19 put a halt to in person tours on campus, Emily Hervol, assistant director of admissions, said Kent State’s admissions office wanted to offer a different way prospective students and...

Students walk across the side doors of the Kent Student Center. 

OPINION: Perspectives on Biden’s tuition-free plan for college students

Kelly Krabill Opinion Writer February 9, 2021

Kelly Krabill is a senior journalism major with a nonprofit studies minor from Louisville, Ohio. She obtained her previous degrees from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and Youngstown State University,...

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - OCTOBER 15: People walk down a nearly empty sidewalk in Manhattan on October 15, 2020 in New York City. As American workers continue to struggle in an economy brought down by COVID-19, new jobless claims rose to 898,000 last week. It was the highest number since August 22 and represented a gain of 53,000 from the previous week’s upwardly revised total of 845,000. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

900,000 Americans filed for unemployment in Donald Trump’s last full week as president

Anneken Tappe, CNN Business January 21, 2021

(CNN) -- The jobs crisis roared on during Donald Trump's last full week as president, with 900,000 Americans filing for first-time unemployment benefits on a seasonally adjusted basis.It was down from...

OPINION: Why the lockdown may be doing more harm than good

Ross McDonnell Opinion writer October 30, 2020

First things first: the coronavirus is absolutely a real virus that can be deadly.  You will never hear me try to say it’s not. Second, you will not read anything in this particular column imploring...

Comments (0)

Activate Search
The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2