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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Brothers Quinn McGuire (left), Daymond Williamson (middle) and Calil Cage  (right) of Phi Beta Sigma at a community service event.

Kent’s multicultural organizations forced to maneuver like never before

Chris Bright Reporter February 15, 2021

Finding a diverse group that represents some of many different backgrounds that attend Kent State can be troubling for students. Factor in a global pandemic and it becomes nearly impossible for these students...

Iris Meltzer, President of the League of Women Voters of Ohio. 

How to have a voting plan

Kandra Hill Reporter November 1, 2020

With Election Day on Tuesday, over 85 million Americans have already voted according to the United States Election Project. Those who haven’t voted yet have a few voting options at their disposal. Voting...

The empty stage of the first US Presidential debate is seen as workers complete the final touches on September 29,2020 in Cleveland, Ohio. - Tuesdays clash in Cleveland, Ohio, the first of three 90-minute debates, represents the first time voters will have the chance to see the candidates facing off against one another directly.

Trump says he won’t participate in next debate after commission announces it will be virtual

(CNN) -- President Donald Trump said Thursday that he will not participate in the second presidential debate with Joe Biden after the Commission on Presidential Debates said the event will be held...

Student Body President candidate for USG. 

Results of the 2020 USG Election; Tiera Moore to be the next student body president

Annie Zwisler Reporter March 11, 2020

Candidates waited anxiously Wednesday night for a fateful email to announce the 2020 USG election results. The votes rolled in amid university closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many candidates...

Director of Business and Finance Candidate for USG. 

Meet the Undergraduate Student Government Candidates

Other candidates that are running but did not respond: Arian Sajjady - Director of Programming Candidate Thomas Niepsuj - Director of Academic Affairs CandidateJaiden White - Director of Business and...

(R)evolution leadership program now available as class

Katia Rodriguez Diversity reporter December 6, 2019

The (R)evolution Leadership Program officially became a course in fall 2019 after the pilot program during the fall 2018 semester. The change to make the program into a class came after seeing some of...

Women in politics creates a movement on campus

Katia Rodriguez Diversity reporter October 26, 2019

While women outnumber men in the United States, the representation of women in government does not compare. According to Time, the increase in female representation is prevalent; the amount of women involved...

Diana Boggs hugs sophomore teaching English as a second language major Jordan Boysaw while junior fashion design major Angela Ruffin looks on and smiles at Kent States Rainbow Squirrel Festival in Risman Plaza on Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019. Boggs was a representative of Free Mom Hugs, an LGBTQ+ ally group.

PRIDE! Kent hosts first Rainbow Squirrel Fest

From organizations that support HIV research, to moms who give consensual hugs, many people came to Risman Plaza to show support for the LGBTQ+ community at Kent State on Oct. 3 during the Rainbow Squirrel...

Members and executive board members of Sister Circle pose in front of the Green Dot backdrop on Sept. 28 in the Women’s Center.

Sister Circle executive board members become Green Dot Certified

Katia Rodriguez Diversity reporter September 28, 2019

Some of the executive board members of the women empowerment initiative, Sister Circle, made it their mission to become Green Dot certified on Sept. 28 to help prevent sexual harassment on campus.Latrice...

Student Success Leader Jasmyn Robinson leads a small group in the Kent Talk: The A Word. The small groups had in-depth discussions about abortion rather than the broader discussion the group had as a whole at the beginning of the talk.

Student organizations host Kent Talk event on abortion

Katia Rodriguez September 14, 2019

Abortion is a topic that has continued to increase in discussion, especially at the Ohio Statehouse. Student organizations like Planned Parenthood Advocates of Kent State and Kent State Students for Life,...

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