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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Summer break(ups)

Heather Inglis April 28, 2015

With the stress of finals building, we all know what’s around the corner: Summer. Everyone will be heading home, back to their families and high school friends, to enjoy a well-deserved three months...

Navigating the player’s handbook – ‘Cause the players gonna play, play, play’

Heather Inglis April 21, 2015

Finding college romance can be quite a task. It seems as though some people can snag a boyfriend or girlfriend with no problem and claw at the chance of a college romance turned happily ever after.I am...

For one night only: How to handle a one-night stand

Heather Inglis March 17, 2015

The content of this column discusses consensual sexual activities between two people during a one-night stand. If this has happened to you and you feel as if what had happened wasn’t in good fun or consensual,...

(From left) Assosicated press photographer and Kent State alumna Sue Ogrocki and photojournalism adviser for the University of Kentuckys student paper David Stephenson, view contest entires at the Ohio Newspaper Associations annual contest, held in Franklin Hall at Kent State, April 12, 2014. Several Kent students and alumni receives recognition in the contest. Submitted image from the Kent State NPPA blog.

JMC students recognized, awarded for outstanding works

Heather Inglis April 21, 2014

Students in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication have been granted various awards for outstanding journalistic, public relations and photo work this semester.Six students received scholarships...

Visual Communication Design to hold annual BFA showing

Heather Inglis April 7, 2014

The School of Visual Communication Design will showcase the work of bachelor of fine arts seniors at its annual BFA portfolio showing.The portfolios will be on display in the main gallery of the Art Building...

VCD welcomes two new professors this semester

Heather Inglis March 3, 2014

The School of Visual Communication Design welcomed two new assistant professors to its program this semester, Aoife Mooney and Christopher Darling. Mooney teaches graphic design and Darling teaches illustration.Originally...

They Led the Way, an exhibit created by Journalism and Mass Communication professors Ann Schierhorn and David LaBelle, is on display in Franklin Hall with an opening reception to be held Monday, Jan. 27, 2014. The exhibit is about eight students who took part in the desegregation of schools in Leon Country, Fla., 50 years ago.

‘They Led The Way’ exhibit set to open at Kent State

Heather Inglis January 23, 2014

An opening reception of the photo exhibit titled “They Led The Way,” the story of the desegregation of schools in Leon County, Fla., will be held on Monday in Franklin Hall. The exhibit is the result...

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