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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Kent State announces plans for fall 2021 semester

Kent State announced it will conduct more in-person classes and activities in the fall 2021 semester amid continuing protocols to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.According to a letter from the Office...

Meet and Greet sets stage for USG elections

Blake Westover Reporter February 24, 2021

Current Undergraduate Student Government members, candidates and students met to discuss plans for next academic year Tuesday night over Zoom. The event had over 20 participants and featured four rounds...

Off-campus housing, such as Province pictured here, becomes popular for students to safeguard themselves against COVID-19. Many students requested single living spaces near the university to continue their remote learning environment.

Students living off-campus increases for spring semester

Kelly Krabill Reporter February 11, 2021

Two weeks into the spring semester, the number of students living on campus has fallen by 37 percent compared to the fall. While 3,576 students unpacked their belongings into dormitories at the beginning...

Kent State attempts to stifle any post-election negativity

Ben Vrobel Administration reporter November 9, 2020

In the aftermath of the 2016 election, many students at Kent State made it publicly known they were disappointed by the president-elect, Donald Trump. This year, Kent State’s administration is trying...

FILE - This combination of Sept. 29, 2020, file photos shows President Donald Trump, left, and former Vice President Joe Biden during the first presidential debate at Case Western University and Cleveland Clinic, in Cleveland, Ohio. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

Race for the White House narrows as votes are counted in key battlegrounds

(CNN) -- Vote counters worked all night in the crucial states that will decide the cliffhanger election with margins narrowing in Arizona, Georgia and Pennsylvania as former Vice President Joe Biden...

Kent State announces plan to return to campus for fall semester

In an email Friday morning, Kent State University’s reopening committees announced their plan to resume residential living and in-person classes in August as they are developing several scenarios to...

Students prepare for upcoming career fair

Aaron McDade September 19, 2018

Students and alumni have an opportunity to network and find jobs and internship opportunities at the Fall Internship, Co-op and Career Fair on Sept. 26.The Career Fair will be held in the Student Recreation...

LGBTQA Living-Learning Community Celebrates One Year Of Operation

Zoe Swark September 12, 2017

The LGBTQA Living-Learning Community in Korb Hall is celebrating its first anniversary in operation this fall semester.The community started the Fall 2016 semester with 25 students living within Korb and...

Inside of Scribbles Coffee Co. in downtown Kent.

Downtown businesses fall back into place for start of semester

Dylan Reynolds September 6, 2017

As Kent State students adjust to their class schedules this semester, area businesses are adapting and preparing for those students to become their new customers.Brian Smith, manager of All Media Art Supply...

Our View: Building a better Stater

Lucas Misera August 27, 2017

As students enter a new fall semester with hopes of building upon the spring, so does the Kent Stater.Named the best collegiate daily newspaper in Ohio, the staff of the Stater knows there’s a lot to...

Wick Poetry Center offering $1000 scholarship through Honors College

Zak Kinkaid February 25, 2016

The Wick Poetry Center will offer a $1,000 scholarship award in March to be used in the 2016 fall semester for students in the Honors College.The scholarship is to be awarded to the best poem and each...

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