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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

You know them more than you think you do

Kellie Nock April 1, 2018

Chances are you know her.She might be your friend or a family member. She might be the girl you sit next to in economics, or the girl who shares her notes with you when you miss a day. You may know her...

A response to Kevin Love’s ‘Everyone is Going Through Something’

Kellie Nock March 7, 2018

It is true that you never really know what someone is going through.On March 6, Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love published a piece called “Everyone is Going Through Something” on Player’s...

Slow it down and step away from social media

Kellie Nock February 28, 2018

Every night, before I fall asleep, I spend anywhere between 10 minutes to an hour on my phone. Usually, it’s scrolling through Twitter, finding a random tweet thread about the astrological signs as “Muppets”...

Thoughts and prayers are not enough

Kellie Nock February 21, 2018

Things look bleak.It is hard to watch newsreel of a school shooting and not think of all the other times you watched newsreels of school shootings. It’s a constant reminder of the great, terrible thing...

Doing the most is not always doing the best

Kellie Nock February 14, 2018

College is a time to be competitive. It’s a time to work hard and get the good grades; to get the good internship, then the good job. If not for college, I wouldn’t know how to be competitive. Being...

The extremes of self-care

Kellie Nock February 7, 2018

Your room smells like a day spa and your bank account is empty from overspending on essential oils and face masks. You have three overdue assignments, and it’s Sunday night; you have a paper due tomorrow,...

A culturally incompetent Grammys

Kellie Nock January 31, 2018

Every year it seems that the Grammy Awards miss a few marks, but this year felt particularly potent. We can talk about my disagreements on the winners until the cows come home (seriously, SZA didn’t...

Sophomore music education student Scott Little edits the music piece he wrote for his recital in the oboe studio Oct. 24, 2016. Little will be playing an original piece of music for his sophomore recital Nov. 1.

Student takes the stage as writer, composer, performer

Kellie Nock October 25, 2016

In the practice rooms at Kent State's Center for Performing Arts, Scott Little practices his oboe for hours, perfecting each note and sound. He spends time making oboe reeds and tweaking with a piece he’s...

Kassi Jackson / The Kent Stater Ann Messino, Kent local, looks at a set of earrings while Joe Toporcer, of Crafter Glass at Earstone Jewelry based out of Youngstown, Ohio, talks to her about the piece at Art in the Park at Fred Fuller Park Saturday, Sept 12. 2015.

Annual Art in the Park festival set for this weekend

Kellie Nock September 6, 2016

Arts, crafts and performances will come together at the 23rd annual Kent Art in the Park Festival in Fred Fuller Park this weekend.Almost 90 vendors will occupy the park, with two stages set up to host...

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