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Tricia Knoles is the KSU Police Department community resource officer. 

Proposed bill introduces penalties for false 911 calls

Ian Jameson Reporter March 17, 2021

Newly proposed legislation would allow victims of false or racially motivated 911 calls to sue for damages. Two Ohio lawmakers have proposed a bill addressing what they say is an increase in false 911...

Iris Meltzer, President of the League of Women Voters of Ohio. 

How to have a voting plan

Kandra Hill Reporter November 1, 2020

With Election Day on Tuesday, over 85 million Americans have already voted according to the United States Election Project. Those who haven’t voted yet have a few voting options at their disposal. Voting...

Jenny Russell, starting as a nursing major at Kent State, changed majors and now works as a campaign manager for Ohio Representative Randi Clites. 

How the pandemic is reshaping career plans for college students

Zaria Moore Reporter July 14, 2020

While recent college graduates deal with a limited number of career options during the pandemic, current students may be looking to adjust their path for employment. The current recession leaves many forced...

School of Journalism and Mass Communication renamed School of Media and Journalism

Gina Schlegel Reporter June 4, 2020

Kent State University's Board of Trustees voted to change the name of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication in a Zoom meeting Wednesday, June 3. JMC is revised to the School of Media and Journalism...

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