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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The Human Bean, a new drive-thru coffee chain located at 1713 East Main St., will open in early September.

Oregon coffee-chain ‘The Human Bean’ to open

Emma Andrus, Editor-in-Chief September 1, 2022

The city of Kent will welcome a new member to its coffee scene family in early September. The Human Bean is a drive-thru coffee franchise that originated in Southern Oregon in 1988 and...


KentWired Staff March 17, 2019

DECK OPTIONS:Students decked in green celebrated Kent's 'Fake Paddy's Day'Students decked in green — some of them with bead necklaces swinging around their necks and mini clover tattoos sparkling on...

Kent State hosts paper recycling drive as part of Recyclemania

Lauren Biertempfel March 16, 2015

Kent State University will host its first Shredmania event March 17, a one-day event in coordination with Recyclemania.Recyclemania is a 8-week long competition for university recycling programs to promote...

Guest column: Are electric cars greener? Depends on where you live

Los Angeles Times November 30, 2014

Long thought a thing of the future, electric cars are becoming mainstream. Sales in the United States of plug-in, electric vehicles nearly doubled last year. Credible forecasts see the number rising within...

Our View: Keeping it green

Kent Stater editors September 1, 2014

Campus construction may be causing some angst among students who have to take different routes to class in order to get around the closed-off sidewalks. Although it is an annoyance, Kent State has made...

MAKAYLA BROWN | DAILY KENT STATER Pawel Rybak (left) and Ben Stillman (right) are two founders of the Environmental Conservation club at Kent State. Part of their plan involves river and lake clean-up projects in the near future.

Becoming eco-friendly, one tree at a time

Katherine Nix March 19, 2014

After being in the planning stages during the fall semester, the Environmental Conservation Group officially joined Kent State’s campus this spring.  “The long-term goal of our group is to aid and...

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