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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Where do black women go to: secure the bag event series

Kennedi Combs Diversity reporter September 27, 2019

In a series of events called “Where Do Black Women Go To…,” four educated black women, each with a history in finance and business, held an informational meeting about how to “secure the bag”...

Samantha Karam is a sophomore journalism major. Contact her at skaram3@kent.edu.

Opinion: The backlash of virtual reality

Samantha Karam April 26, 2016

Virtual reality allows users to immerse themselves in situations such as the fictitious realm of video games, which they would never get to experience in the real world. In the media, prestigious publications...

Cuban-American author Cristina Garcia holds a book signing following her lecture about the importance of reading fiction Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014 in the Kiva.

Cuban-American author stresses the importance of fictional reading

Arbrion Chambliss October 9, 2014

In Cuban-American novelist Cristina Garcia’s opinion, reading fiction still matters. Garcia shared her thoughts on the importance of reading fiction in a world full of so many distractions during a lecture...

Carley Hull is a senior magazine journalism major. Contact her at chull9@kent.edu.

Opinion: The power of fiction

Carley Hull September 4, 2014

About 21 years ago the late David Foster Wallace said in an interview, “I had a teacher I liked who used to say good fiction’s job was to comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.”In Wallace’s...

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