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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The bowling alley located underneath Eastway Dining Hall was announced to be closed for the year. 

Eastway bowling alley closes due to low participation

Kent State Student Services and Dining Services decided over the summer to close the bowling alley in Eastway because of low participation, said Gary Goldberg, assistant vice president of Student Services.Goldberg...

Students host Brain Break event, encourage positive coping methods

Students were able to take a break and learn about healthy coping skills at the Take a Brain Break event in Taylor Hall on Thursday, Dec. 5. The idea behind this event was to help students find healthy...

Peer mentor program helps psychology students navigate their degree

The Psychological Sciences’ Peer Mentor Program is meant to provide a healthy guide to help students navigate their psychological sciences degree. This program mainly works with freshmen and sophomores,...

Sex in the Dark answers students’ anonymous questions

Colleen Carroll Sciences reporter October 24, 2019

“Blue balls are not life threatening,” sex educator Marshall Miller said. “Your partner will survive if they just take matters into their own hands.” This was just one of the many sex-ed brain...

Meditation helps students manage stress, sleep patterns

Students who feel the grind of the semester are always looking for ways to relieve stress, calm nerves and help their minds relax. Meditation can improve grades, sleep patterns and mental cognition. Meditation...

Kent State’s Anti-Hazing Culture

Ohio University recently suspended several fraternities, sororities and groups associated with the university for hazing-related violations.Ohio University released a statement on its website stating “we...

Members of MEN put in flooring for a house they helped build for Habitat for Humanity on Sept. 28, 2019. 

Get to know your MEN: Male Empowerment Network

Kennedi Combs Diversity reporter October 8, 2019

MEN, or Male Empowerment Network, is one of the most well known black organizations on Kent’s campus. Spearheaded by NJ Akbar, assistant dean in the University College, in 2010, MEN has made a name...

Dating violence up, robberies down in campus safety report

Sexual violence is on the rise at Kent State, according to the 2019 Kent campus annual security report on 2018 statistics. Fifteen rapes were reported on the Kent campus, up from 11 in 2017 but down from...

Olson Hall to host ‘Who Knows Their Roommate Best?’ social event

Olson Hall residents can learn something new about their roommate at Thursday’s "Who Knows Their Roommate Best?" event.All fourth-floor female residents are required to attend the event in the lounge...

Psychological safety focuses on workforce culture

Becca Sagaris Health reporter September 27, 2019

Speaker Dr. Joel Gecht told a group of Kent State faculty psychological safety is “heavily rooted in awareness and perception.” Gecht is a psychologist that specializes in the design and implementation...

Beyond the Beat

Beyond the Beat

Assata Imani Cheers October 2, 2018

Dominique Gordon is a renowned MAC Makeup Artist and MUA Kent State Founding member. In this episode, she reveals her truth. Dom elaborates on her passion for makeup and her pain which lies beyond what...

Emotional Abuse Illustration

Hidden effects of emotional abuse

Emily McMahan October 22, 2017

Hannah was dating who she thought was the love of her life, but she was hurt. Despite him never physically hurting her, she was worn down.“He flipped everything around on me all the time,” Hannah said....

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