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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2


Rao, Glickman and Verdin display their insole designed to reduce foot pain for diabetes patients.  

Kent State students, professor create insole for people affected by diabetes

Evan Harms December 5, 2016

Kent State students and a professor from the College of Podiatric Medicine have developed an insole for diabetics called “Puncture-Pedic.”Ellen Glickman, a professor, along with students Nilin Rao...

1114 International Students

National study reports Ohio 8th in the nation, Kent State 3rd in the state for most international students

Evan Harms, Video by David Burgett November 14, 2016

Kent State celebrates large International Student population from on Vimeo.Ohio now has the 8th highest amount of international students in the country, according to the annual “Open Doors”...

1031 SASA demonstration

SASA recounts sexual assault stories during demonstration

Evan Harms October 31, 2016

Students Against Sexual Assault (SASA) demonstrated Monday for the third time in the last two weeks.There are 13 hanging signs in the second floor of the Student Center, each one recounting the experience...

10 25 Police bias

Kent State professor receives grant to study police racial bias in young officers

Evan Harms October 25, 2016

A Kent State Economics professor received a $280,000 grant from the Department of Justice to study racial bias in policing.Associate Professor Shawn Rohlin has been studying bias in policing since 2006,...

Retired nurse Sally Crane drops a part of a voter’s ballot into the ballot box during the Ohio Primary election at the Presbyterian Church on East Summit Street on Tuesday, March 15, 2016.

Why it’s important to register to vote

Evan Harms October 10, 2016

Though the November election may seem far off, the voter registration deadline of Oct. 11 is extremely close.Ohio residents can register to vote online, through mail, or in-person.“If people aren’t...

100316 May 4 damage

Damage reported at May 4 Memorial

Evan Harms October 3, 2016

University officials are investigating a damaged bench at the May 4 Visitors Center.A corner panel on the northern end of the granite bench appears to have fallen off, leaving an a piece of the interior...

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