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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Rachel DeCavitch gracefully ascends the balance beam to start off her routine during the gymnastics meet against Rutgers and Cornell University on Jan. 28, 2022.

Gymnastics continues to set season-high scores despite first consecutive losses of the season

Isabella Schreck Reporter February 12, 2022

The Kent State gymnastics team reached season bests in three events Friday and for the second consecutive meet topped its highest score of the year.Despite the big numbers, the Flashes fell short of a...

Kent State center Sam Allan (54) prepares to snap the ball while facing down Iowas defensive line. The Flashes would give up 7 sacks for 39 yards and a safety.

Kent State fumbles away potential upset at #5 Iowa

Jimmy Oswald Sports Editor September 19, 2021

For the second time in three weeks, the Kent State football team found itself in a position to make it a one score game in the second half while facing a top six team in the country. It was 1st &...

Mental Health KSU

Mental health resources offered at regional campus Kent State Stark

Sam Wright Reporter June 22, 2021

Mental health services at Kent State Stark will be offered for free: online or in-person, starting fall 2021. The services offered for mental health are located in the Campus Center. According to the...

Shannon Welsh stands in front of her BFA exhibit in the Center for Visual Arts. 

Kent State student recognized in national undergraduate art exhibit

Kelsey Paulus Reporter June 9, 2021

Out of 200 submissions total, one Kent State student earned an opportunity to display her artwork in the 5th annual National Undergraduate Juried Exhibition at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art in Missouri. Shannon...

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...

Wrestling finishes eighth in MAC tourney, sends three to nationals

Mason Lawlor Sports Reporter March 1, 2021

Kent State wrestling competed in the two-day Mid-American Conference Championships that took place on Friday and Saturday, finishing in eighth place overall. The University of Missouri, the favorite going...

Ohio’s status as a swing state seems no longer

Kaitlyn Finchler Reporter November 17, 2020

With the results of the 2020 election still fresh in everyone’s mind, some have questioned if Ohio is still prevalent as a swing state or will still be a factor in future elections. No candidate has...

Voters prepare to share their opinions at the Iowa Caucus on Monday, February 3, 2020. (Photo by CNN)

How Ohio works to keep voting secure

Nadine Battah, TV2 Reporter February 4, 2020

The Iowa Caucus had unprecedented technical troubles with its voting process on Monday, February 3rd. The confusion and controversy has some voters nervous about the upcoming primaries -- including some...

Division 1 hockey loses 11-1 to Davenport

Sofia Dlugo Sports reporter January 24, 2020

Kent State University’s club hockey team played away at Davenport this evening and suffered an 11-1 loss.  The defense seemed to lack speed during Friday night’s game and could not keep up with Davenport’s...

Field Hockey drops both games on weekend road trip

Kathryn Rajnicek Sports reporter September 22, 2019

Kent State women’s field hockey (4-5) lost both of its games on the road this weekend.The Flashes took on the top ranked University of Iowa (5-2) on Saturday and lost 5-1.“We made a couple mistakes...

Will Barnes on Tuesday, April 12, 2016.

Barnes qualifies for Olympics at Drake Relays

Samantha Lough May 1, 2016

Two seniors dominated the track at the Drake Relays this weekend in Iowa. With a time of 13.41, senior William Barnes hit the Olympic standard in the 110-meter hurdles and took second in the race. Senior...

Matt Poe

Presidential debates garnering too much influence

Matt Poe January 26, 2016

Today’s politicians know how to work the camera. Much like a model walking down the runway at The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, the camera is their best friend and weapon of choice, with airtime...

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