The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Richie Mulhall is a multimedia news major and the sports editor for The Kent Stater. Contact him at rmulhal1@kent.edu.

Commentary: #stayfocused

Richie Mulhall December 4, 2014

“There are 86,400 seconds in a day. Make sure you use one of those to thank god for everything you have #stayfocused.”Some people might have long forgotten this popular tweet that cropped up on Twitter...

Faculty Senate’s co-op program designed with student careers in mind

Kristen Kobe July 26, 2014

Kent State’s Faculty Senate approved a proposal to establish a Cooperative Education Program during its monthly meeting on Monday, July 21. The program, set to begin in fall 2014, would give undergraduate...

Year of MORE to help business majors connect better with campus

Josh Yager July 19, 2014

The Year of MORE, a program created by the College of Business Administration set to launch in fall 2014, aims to assist sophomores in making a successful transition from first year to the second year.“The...

Changes ahead for the Daily Kent Stater

Jennie Barr July 10, 2014

Beginning fall 2014, the “Daily Kent Stater” will no longer be printed five days a week; instead, the award-winning newspaper will drop to print only three days a week.Fall editor and senior news major...

Freshman enrollment closed for fall 2014

Kristen Kobe June 20, 2014

The demand to be a part of Kent State University’s 2014 freshmen class has forced university admissions to close enrollment for the Kent campus more than six weeks earlier than last year.“Kent reached...

Campus ‘experience’ linked to record high retention rate

Kristen Kobe June 20, 2014

The experiences that students have at Kent State University have resulted in a record high retention rate for fall 2014.  Freshman to sophomore retention rates have increased more than 5 percent compared...

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