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Kent State junior psychology major Marie Comi was one of many abortion-rights protesters who took to Risman Plaza April 25, 2023.

Anti-abortion demonstration sparks counter protest on K

Jacob Hansen and Alton Northup April 25, 2023

Dozens of students clashed with anti-abortion advocates on Risman Plaza Tuesday. Members from the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, an anti-abortion organization, set up large, graphic displays allegedly...

The Kent State Men’s basketball team set up in an offensive formation against UT during the MAC Tournament Championship  March 11, 2023. They would win the game 93-73.

Preview: Basketball vs Indiana in NCAA tournament

Jacob Hansen, Sports Editor March 14, 2023

On March 15, 2001, the No. 13-seed Kent State men’s basketball team defeated No. 4-seed Indiana University 77-73. Nearly 22 years later, No. 13-seed Kent State will look to repeat history, taking...

Softball goes 1-4 over weekend; earns big win over Pittsburgh

Jacob Hansen, Sports Editor March 7, 2023

Kent State’s softball team lost three of its four games in the Thundering Herd Round Robin, earning its only victory against the University of Pittsburgh. “It was a big win on a lot of different...

Baseball earns series sweep over UT Martin

Jacob Hansen, Sports Editor March 6, 2023

Kent State’s baseball team clinched its fifth-straight win Sunday, tallying 31 hits and 27 runs in a three-game sweep of the University of Tennessee at Martin over the weekend. Kent State leads the...

Season-opening success: Baseball takes two of three against Jacksonville University

Jacob Hansen, Sports Editor February 21, 2023

In 2022, Kent State’s baseball team had the third-most hits in the Mid-American Conference. This weekend, the Flashes tallied 37 hits and won two out of their first three season-opening games against...

The Philadelphia Eagles play at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

OPINION: A gifted victory for the Kansas City Chiefs

Jacob Hansen, Sports Editor February 18, 2023

It was third and eight with 1:52 left in the fourth quarter of the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes stepped back, threw toward the end zone and...

Love made them sports fans

Love made them sports fans

Jacob Hansen, Sports Editor February 9, 2023

Adam Nowicki, accessibility specialist with Student Accessibility Services Growing up, Nowicki was not interested in sports. “I was more interested in video games, TV, movies, and other stuff,”...

Kent State quarterback Collin Schlee runs the ball downfield.

Football loses 14 players to transfer portal after coach Lewis heads to Pac-12

Jacob Hansen, Reporter December 17, 2022

A week after the departure of fifth-year football coach Sean Lewis, 14 players from Kent State’s program have entered the transfer portal.   Coach Sean Lewis announced his move to offensive coordinator...

Kent State reportedly hires Minnesota’s Kenni Burns as next football coach

Jacob Hansen, Reporter December 14, 2022

The Kent State football program has reportedly hired Kenni Burns, the associate football coach at the Big Ten’s Minnesota, as its new head coach. Sources told ESPN the news, and the outlet’s Pete...

Kent State senior Katie Shumate spins around a Hiram defender as she drives towards the net.

Largest margin ever: Women’s basketball sinks 105 points, its best scoring in 22 seasons

Jacob Hansen, Reporter December 11, 2022

Sunday, the women’s basketball team defeated Hiram by 72 points – the largest point differential in Kent State program history. The 105-33 victory became the highest scoring game for KSU since 2000....

Second half struggles leads to loss to Duquesne for women’s basketball

Jacob Hansen, Reporter December 8, 2022

In the Kent State women’s basketball team’s loss to Duquesne Wednesday, the Flashes scored 44 points in the first half – then almost halved their scoring in the second half.   KSU lost to the...

Redshirt sophomore wide receiver Dante Cephas, number 14, runs with the football during the homecoming football game against Bowling Green State University on Oct. 2, 2021. The Golden Flashes beat Bowling Green 27-20.

Star wide receiver Dante Cephas enters transfer pool

Jacob Hansen, Reporter December 5, 2022

Kent State football team’s star wide receiver Dante Cephas entered the transfer portal Sunday.  “First off, I want to thank God for the opportunity to be able to play college football, but to also...

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