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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Board of Trustees increases 16-credit hour cap to 18, waits to set in-state tuition

Jimmy Miller and Emily Mills June 4, 2015

Kent State’s Board of Trustees voted to push the threshold of the credit hour cap from 16 to 18 credit hours and not raise undergraduate in-state tuition pending the release of the state budget in its...

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New vice president of institutional advancement seeks solutions to decreasing state funding

Jimmy Miller May 26, 2015

Early in his first week on campus, new vice president for institutional advancement Jeffery McLain carried a map in his suitcoat pocket, ready to mark recommendations for the best restaurants around the...

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Division of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs to split into two separate divisions

Emily Mills May 15, 2015

The Division of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, an entity that oversees student life at Kent State, will split into the Office of Enrollment Management and the Division of Student Affairs on...

Illustration by LaQuann Dawson

Smoking ban likely to arrive soon for Kent State

Christina Godfrey April 29, 2015

For more than two decades, Kent State has slowly been working to ban smoking in certain areas on campus. The efforts may soon result in the prohibition of it altogether.Since 2012, Kent State’s sights...

Greg Jarvie, the vice president of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs

Retiring VPs to leave lasting legacy

Kate Schwanke March 30, 2015

Vice Presidents Greg Jarvie and Gregg Floyd, who will retire at the end of this school year, plan to leave a lasting legacy as their time at Kent State ends.Jarvie, vice president for Enrollment Management...

Our View: University attempts at openness not yet met need

KS Editors March 18, 2015

Summary: At about 2 p.m. Wednesday, students received an email from Kent State President Beverly Warren sharing that two of Kent State’s vice presidents will be leaving Kent State.While most students...

Gregg Floyd, the vice president for Finance and Administration

Two Kent State vice presidents retiring

Jimmy Miller March 18, 2015

The university announced two vice presidents would be stepping down from their respective positions in an email from President Beverly Warren on Wednesday.Gregg Floyd, the senior vice president for Finance...

Junior environmental conservation biology major Sean Nichols and junior German/French translation major Kyle Darrah smoke outside the Student Center on Friday, Nov. 21, 2014. Nichols said Kent State becoming smoke-free could potentially help him quit smoking, while Darrah said she thinks enforcing the policy would distract campus security from more pressing issues.

Smoking ban talks remain in president’s cabinet

Emily Mills November 23, 2014

Smokers — students, faculty and staff alike — huddled outside buildings or on the heated grates that line the sidewalks, sneaking a cigarette in between classes or during their lunch break, are a common...

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