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Kent Wired

The new musical Chaining Zero is playing at E. Turner Stump Theatre in the School of Theatre and Dance. The play was written by Kent State alumni Griffin Parsons and John Moauro.  

New musical written by Kent State alumni debuts in the School of Theatre and Dance

Kelly Krabill Assigning Editor November 10, 2021

Two Kent State alumni, Griffin Parsons and John Moauro, have brought their new musical Chaining Zero to the School of Theatre and Dance for its first live performance.The story, which centers around a...

Kent and Akron football players run down the field at Dix Stadium on Tuesday, Nov. 17. Photo by Morgan McGrath.

Golden Flashes polled to win Mid-American Conference East division

Kelsey Paulus Reporter August 13, 2021

The Kent State Golden Flashes football team has been polled to be the winners of the Mid-American Conference East Division. The Flashes have been on the upswing for the past few years under the direction...

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CARES Act funding supports updates to Franklin Hall classrooms

Austin Monigold Reporter April 6, 2021

Franklin Hall is using CARES Act funding for technology updates intended to help professors and students connect as smoothly as possible during the transition back to in-person classes and beyond.Kent...

OPINION: Simplicity vs. adaptability – What “federalism” means and why I think it works best for a nation as big as America

Ross McDonnell Opinion Writer March 10, 2021

Before I get into the main topic of today’s column, why I think “federalism” is best suited for America, I feel it is best to clarify just what federalism is. The meaning of the word — at least...

Hector Rodriguez (middle) salutes aside members of Veterans United for D.C. Statehood in May 2017.

Kent State alumnus invited to attend Biden inauguration after fighting for D.C. statehood

Zoë Blank Reporter February 25, 2021

Hector Rodriguez, Kent State alumnus and founder of Veterans United for D.C. Statehood, said he was honored and humbled to be selected by Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, who represents the District of Columbia,...

Kent State’s offensive line huddles to strategize during their game against Akron. Nov. 17, 2020.

Kent State football retains Wagon Wheel behind strong second half

Nick Pedone Sports reporter November 18, 2020

The Wagon Wheel Rivalry between Kent State and the University of Akron was a game with a lot riding on it. Aside from a legendary midwest football rivalry, the game had historic quarterback play, Kent’s...

Halloween

Savannah Monks October 31, 2020

Senior English major Kianna Jackson (left) , senior political science major Brooke Strausbaugh(middle left), senior bio major Karly Fahey (middle right), senior history major Trinitty Taylor (right) stand...

From left, Sarah Thomas, Jennifer King and Callie Brownson made NFL history on Sunday.

Two female coaches and a female official make NFL history by being on the field at the same time

Lauren M. Johnson, CNN September 27, 2020

(CNN) -- For the first time in the NFL's history, three women were on the gridiron Sunday in an official capacity during a regular-season game.A female coach was on each sideline and a female official...

As 9/11 is remembered and reflected on, there is now more information, notes, news coverage, and reading to remember 9/11.

What to read and watch on the 19th anniversary of 9/11

Brian Stelter, CNN Business September 11, 2020

(CNN) -- This year the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks is being observed as America finds itself in the throes of multiple crises simultaneously.With America in another period of...

Mnuchin: Virus aid package soon, $1,200 checks by August

LISA MASCARO, AP July 26, 2020

WASHINGTON (AP) — Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Saturday that Republicans were set to roll out the next COVID-19 aid package Monday and assured there was backing from the White House after he...

Christopher Columbus statue removed from Columbus City Hall July 1. 

Ohio capital removes statue of namesake Christopher Columbus

AP July 1, 2020

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio capital named for Christopher Columbus removed a large statue of him outside its city hall on Wednesday, taking down what the mayor described as a symbol of divisiveness...

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