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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Tuan Kiet Trinh, a biochemistry and pre-pharmacy sophomore from Vietnam stands inside the Integrated Sciences Building where he conducts daily research and visits with other international friends. International students have experienced added stress during the pandemic and have learned to adapt after sudden isolation.

International students adapt to isolation during the pandemic

Kelly Krabill Reporter February 24, 2021

Celebrating the Chinese New Year alone in his quiet apartment was not what international student Tuan Kiet Trinh had anticipated for his sophomore year at Kent State. Cooking traditional Vietnamese food...

Isaac Vance emphasizes mental health in a strange season

Nicholas Pedone October 16, 2020

Kent State football is finally gearing up for their delayed 2020 season.This season is anything normal, with the players getting tested for COVID-19 four times per week.Isaac Vance, a junior receiver,...

President Diacon notifies university staff members of partial restoration of salaries

Kent State President Todd Diacon announced in an email Thursday morning that the university is restoring some pay cuts for employees initiated in July. While the university made significant cuts to its...

Changes to class sizes, building layouts aim to decrease spread of COVID-19

Gina Butkovich August 3, 2020

Even in-person classes at Kent State will look a lot different than normal this upcoming fall semester. “The biggest thing that will affect the students primarily is the occupancy of the classrooms,”...

Ohio governor supports nuclear bailout law despite scandal

Andrew Welsh-Huggins, AP July 22, 2020

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A nuclear plant bailout law should remain in place, Republican Gov. Mike DeWine said Wednesday, even as a bribery scandal involving one of the state’s most powerful lawmakers...

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