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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Weekend of tough competition sends volleyball into home games this week

Isabella Schreck Reporter September 13, 2021

The Kent State volleyball team left the Kansas Invitational over the weekend with one win and two losses against its best competition of the season so far.“The teams we played this weekend are definitely...

Playing from behind, Volleyball drops 3 in tournament

Isabella Schreck Reporter September 5, 2021

Kent State’s volleyball team lost its first set of Friday’s Fairfield Invitational and never caught up all weekend.The team lost all three of its games against Hofstra, Fairfield and Seton Hall, only...

Alan Canfora marker 2021

Sara Crawford May 4, 2021

Alan Canfora, one of the nine students wounded May 4, 1970 on the Kent State University campus, died earlier this year following a brief illness. There was a black flag placed at the marker in his honor...

A porch portrait of Suzy DEnbeau, her mom, Mimi and her kids. 

PERSONAL ESSAY: Students support, give back to faculty who are also struggling during pandemic

Suzy D'Enbeau Contributor March 23, 2021

For most of the pandemic, I was drowning like just about every other working mother, trying to homeschool while also doing my full-time job as an associate professor in the School of Communication Studies....

Covid-19 hospitalizations drop, but January has been the deadliest month of the pandemic. Here’s what to expect next

Mario Tama January 31, 2021

APPLE VALLEY, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 27: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) A clinician cares for a patient in a COVID-19 isolation area at Providence St. Mary Medical Center on January 27, 2021 in Apple Valley, California....

Faculty Senate fails to reach graduate teaching policy decision

Wyatt Loy Reporter February 10, 2020

Graduate students looking for teaching experience might see a change in requirements to teach higher level courses following the faculty senate meeting Monday.The meeting presented a policy that would...

ROTC members gather in the conference room to discuss plans for events, finances and what is going on on Jan. 30, 2020. 

Classes being held with ROTC bring more than just leadership skills

Bridget Lin Reporter January 31, 2020

Going into the first week of ROTC and coming back from summer, it isn’t expected that hardcore training is in there right away. “I didn’t think there would be screaming, yelling and even almost crying...

A sixth person in the United States has died from lung disease related to vaping, Kansas health officials said. The death marks the first in the state, but raises even more concern about the safety and regulation of e-cigarettes.

A sixth person died from vaping-related lung disease. Here’s what you need to know

By Jacqueline Howard, CNN September 11, 2019

Originally Published: 10 SEP 19 19:21 ETUpdated: 11 SEP 19 08:29 ET    (CNN) -- A sixth person in the United States has died from lung disease related to vaping, Kansas health officials said Tuesday....

Photo courtesy of Kent State

WKSU general manager leaves for University of Kansas

Ian Flickinger October 14, 2015

Dan Skinner, executive director and general manager of WKSU, accepted a position at Kansas Public Radio and the Audio Reader Network.Skinner has been WKSU’s general manager since since January 2013....

Opinion: Positive actions to celebrate Earth Day

April 21, 2014

The following editorial appeared in the Kansas City Star on Monday, April 21:As the nation celebrates Earth Day on Tuesday, it's an excellent opportunity to highlight the positive initiatives taken in...

Kansas shooting suspect had no record of violence

Jim Suhr & Maria Sudekum; Associated Press April 14, 2014

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — Never one to keep his hatred to himself, Frazier Glenn Cross for decades sought out any soapbox to espouse his white-supremacist beliefs, twice running for federal office with...

Guest Column: Religious liberty or discrimination in Kansas?

Joel Mathis and Ben Boychuk February 20, 2014

The Kansas legislature last week found itself on the verge of passing a bill that would protect any worker — in a private business or in government — who refused service to individuals because of the...

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