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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

Sunita Shakya, doctoral student in the College of Public Health. 

Public health professor investigates lead blood levels among resettled refugee children

Shams Mustafa August 25, 2019

Substance abuse, obesity and nutrition have recently been some of the most important public health issues concerning scientific scholars and pediatricians. But in recent years, lead poisoning has come...

Opinion: The issue with dirty water

Harlee Rush and Christian Ward April 12, 2017

A lot of us take clean water for granted because, at the turn of a knob, clean running water comes out of the faucet, ready to drink.However, water isn't readily available for most of the world, and the...

Jacob Tabler is a junior political science major and a member of the Kent State College Republicans. Contact him at jtabler2@kent.edu.

Opinion: Failure of government endangers Flint residents

Jacob Tabler Kent State College Republicans February 10, 2016

The water crisis in Flint, Michigan has been a significant problem for the last few months. From the city to federal level, the government has struggled to handle the problem in an efficient manner. So...

Anthony Erhardt is a paralegal studies major and a member of Kent State College Democrats. Contact him at aerhard1@kent.edu.

Opinion: Flint water crisis an embarrassment to Michigan, time for Snyder to resign

Anthony Erhardt Kent State College Democrats February 10, 2016

“I’m sorry, and I will fix it.”This quote comes from Michigan Governor Rick Snyder’s address concerning the recent water contamination crisis taking place in Flint, Michigan. Is Snyder’s apology...

Student groups show support for Flint water crisis

Austin Farber February 7, 2016

A group of Kent State students came together to help raise money and water for people affected by the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Michigan.Student volunteers collected water bottles and raised $750...

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