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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Pamela E. Bobst was appointed to Kent States Board of Trustees by Gov. Mike DeWine. She will succeed former Board Chair and Trustee Ralph M. Della Ratta and will serve through May 16, 2030.

Gov. DeWine names Pamela E. Bobst to Kent State Board of Trustees

Ian Jameson Reporter April 28, 2021

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine appointed Pamela E. Bobst of Rocky River, Ohio, to the Kent State Board of Trustees on Monday. She’ll formally serve through May 16, 2030.Bobst currently serves as mayor of Rocky...

Jude Killy is currently serving as the deputy director of athletics at the University of Miami (OH). He was one of three finalists selected for the role of director of athletics for Kent State. April 5, 2021.

Jude Killy presents his case to be Kent State’s next director of athletics

Owen MacMillan Sports Editor April 5, 2021

In the second of three presentations from the finalists for the Director of Athletics position at Kent State, the KSU community heard from Jude Killy, a man with a long history at Mid-American Conference...

Senior nursing major Aniara Callipo has worked with COVID-19 patients as a patient care nursing assistant during the span of the pandemic. She graduates in August and is ready to jump in as a nurse.

Nursing students reflect on experiences in field during pandemic, share future plans

Kelly Krabill Reporter March 24, 2021

Wearing layers of personal protection equipment and sterilizing each instrument after treating COVID-19 patients became a normal part of senior nursing major Aniara Callipo’s shift at Cleveland Clinic...

OPINION: The Overton Window — which way is it sliding?

Ross McDonnell Opinion Writer February 10, 2021

Ross McDonnell is a junior journalism major at Kent State and is just starting his second semester of writing for The Kent Stater and KentWired.com. While his eventual career goal one day is to become...

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What Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation means to students and faculty

Bella Hagey Reporter November 5, 2020

With Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation to the Supreme Court on Oct. 27, many fear losing access to abortion and birth control and seeing the legality of gay marriage overturned.Prominent Supreme Court...

(R)evolution leadership program now available as class

Katia Rodriguez Diversity reporter December 6, 2019

The (R)evolution Leadership Program officially became a course in fall 2019 after the pilot program during the fall 2018 semester. The change to make the program into a class came after seeing some of...

President Diacon shares financial update

Kent State President Todd Diacon is starting a new practice of releasing updates on the university’s budget and financial health. In an email sent to the Kent State community on Oct. 29, Diacon wrote...

Democrats debate issues on the stage in Columbus in hopes of landing a nomination for governor Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017. 

Democratic hopefuls debate in Columbus for governor nomination

Andrew Keiper October 30, 2017

 Democrats hoping to land a coveted nomination for governor took the stage in Columbus Sunday night to hash out the nuances of their platforms and the ways they differ from their Republican counterparts.Four...

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump enter the stage to give their speeches at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown, Ohio, on Tuesday, July 25, 2017. 

Trump returns to Youngstown, seeks support on campaign promises

Matt Poe July 26, 2017

President Donald Trump addressed a variety of his campaign pledges and the recent legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Tuesday night in Youngstown, Ohio. First Lady Melania...

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Providing access for all

Bobbie Szabo September 11, 2016

Abortion is a legal right in the United States. Women have legally been allowed to choose to have an abortion since 1973, when the Supreme Court decision Roe vs Wade declared that bans on abortions violated...

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