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Golden Flashes mens basketball play Ohio Universitys Bobcats and win 75 to 52 on Friday, Feb. 18, 2022. Graduate student point guard Andrew Garcia (on left) in possession of the ball.

Men’s basketball wins in thriller for 10th consecutive victory

Jacob Hansen, Reporter February 27, 2022

Redshirt junior guard Sincere Carry put the ball in his hands and drove to the lane, drawing an and-one foul with 25 seconds left in the game. Carry sank the foul shot to give the Flashes a two point lead. Then...

Golden Flashes mens basketball play Ohio Universitys Bobcats and win 75 to 52 on Friday, Feb. 18, 2022. Graduate student point guard Andrew Garcia (on left) in possession of the ball.

Men’s basketball wins in thriller for 10th consecutive victory

Jacob Hansen Reporter February 27, 2022

Redshirt junior guard Sincere Carry put the ball in his hands and drove to the lane, drawing an and-one foul with 25 seconds left in the game. Carry sank the foul shot to give the Flashes a two point lead.Then...

Kent State womens basketball team continues their winning streak on Wed. Feb. 16, 2022 against Northern Illinois winning 67-43.

Women’s basketball beats Miami, moves to fifth place in conference

Kathryn Rajnicek Reporter February 24, 2022

Kent State women’s basketball team (17-9, 9-8 MAC) got back in the win column with a 61-52 victory over Miami University (8-18, 4-13 MAC) Wednesday.The win put the Flashes in a tie for fifth place in...

Katie Shumate (14), junior guard on Kents womens basketball team, scored 21 points against Central Michigan University. Feb. 2, 2022.

Women’s basketball remains undefeated in February after strong defensive performance

Jimmy Oswald Sports Editor February 12, 2022

After the Kent State women’s basketball team lost to Northern Illinois on Jan. 26 to fall to 2-6 in conference play, coach Todd Starkey said that February would be “our month. We’re going to be really...

Washburn becomes third offensive field hockey player to win MAC honor

Jacob Hansen Reporter September 21, 2021

Junior Sydney Washburn won Mid-American Conference Offensive Player of the Week as the Kent State field hockey team maintained their No. 23 rank.Washburn is the third KSU player to win the award joining...

In overtime, field hockey gets 3rd win over ranked team

Jacob Hansen Reporter September 11, 2021

Senior midfielder Helena Cambra Soler scored two minutes into a second overtime against No. 25 Maine on Saturday to give the Kent State field hockey team its third victory over a ranked opponent in its...

KSU Field Hockey Players walk onto Murphy-Mellis Field during their game against OSU on Tuesday, Aug. 31.

Field hockey team ranks No. 23 in country after 2 big wins

Jacob Hansen Reporter September 7, 2021

Wins over two ranked teams last week moved the Kent State field hockey team into the top 25 itself.The Flashes, 3-1 on the season, were ranked 23rd by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association. It’s...

The Kent State womens field hockey team celebrates their 2-1 overtime win against Syracuse in Syracuse, NY on Sept. 4, 2021. 

Kent State’s defensive play leads to overtime victory against No.14 ranked Syracuse

Jacob Hansen Sports Reporter September 5, 2021

After its defense had shut down No. 14 Syracuse for 60 minutes, the Kent State field hockey team turned on the offense in overtime.With the score tied 1-1 four minutes into the extra period, senior Helena...

Dr. Jerry M. Lewis, professor emeritus of sociology at Kent State University, and witness to the events of May 4, 1970. He is pictured with the pagoda and Taylor Hall in the background in 2010.

Former professor, faculty marshal reflects on May 4 tragedy before 51st commemoration

Zoë Blank Reporter May 3, 2021

Jerry M. Lewis believes the events of May 4, 1970, are a transformative part of Kent State’s history that should be remembered. Lewis served as a faculty marshal and was an eyewitness to the shootings...

U.S. congressional district map  for 2012-2020

2020 census reveals losses for Ohio while redistricting efforts are still set for later this year

Ian Jameson Reporter May 1, 2021

Data from 2020’s census was released on April 26 and reveals Ohio is losing one congressional seat and an Electoral College vote.  Ohio’s population grew by 2.3 percent from 2010 to 2020 while the...

OPINION: Different types of energy can coexist

Ross McDonnell Opinion Writer April 23, 2021

Two weeks ago, I was in the state of Texas — specifically West Texas. It was only the twelfth different state I’ve been to, and it was the first “new” state I’ve been to in almost a decade. Texas...

OPINION: Simplicity vs. adaptability – What “federalism” means and why I think it works best for a nation as big as America

Ross McDonnell Opinion Writer March 10, 2021

Before I get into the main topic of today’s column, why I think “federalism” is best suited for America, I feel it is best to clarify just what federalism is. The meaning of the word — at least...

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