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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The three flags in the center of campus wave as a reminder of patriotism.

How to approach voter registration and Election Day

Madisyn Woodring Reporter January 29, 2020

Even though voter turnout in the 2018 election for ages 18 to 29 increased to 36 percent it was still lower than all other age groups that year, according to Census data.According to political science...

Documentary aims to give details about May 4

With more than 80 events planned for the 50th commemoration of May 4, 1970, the Fire in the Heartland documentary shown regularly in Taylor Hall features a comprehensive look at the events of May 4. The...

Community comes together for 12-hour Knit-a-Thon

Ella Abbott November 18, 2017

 Yarn enthusiasts took over the fourth floor of the University Library Friday for the annual Knit-a-Thon.The event was held by Knitting for Those in Need, a campus group that knits accessories for the...

5th annual elevator pitch competition comes back to Kent

Angela Radesic October 11, 2017

Students will have 90 seconds to pitch their personal brand or upstart business at LaunchNET’s fifth annual Elevator Pitch competition Oct. 19, from 5:30-8 p.m. on the second floor of the library.The...

Two faculty members decide to take the stairs and participate in Kent State’s “Step Your Way Up” campaign on Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016.

KSU library introduces Step Your Way Up campaign

Kimberly Laferty January 28, 2016

Kent State’s University Library is encouraging students, staff and faculty to live a healthier lifestyle with their Step Your Way Up campaign.The library has been working with Lorriane Odhiambo, a public...

The Kent State library acquired a 3-D printer as a gift from USG and the class of 2013 last school year and because of its popularity the library invested in a second 3-D printer over the summer. All students have access to the printers and their innovative capabilities free of charge.

University library offers more than a place to study

Nick Boone March 2, 2015

The University Library offers multiple resources that go unused during a student's college career. “There is a lot we have to offer and we try to talk to students when they get here, but they are hit...

Photo courtesy of Dylan Diblik.

Women discuss connections, spirituality at leadership event

Sabrina Scott February 25, 2015

Hopi-Tewa Indian Grandmother Mona Polacca stressed the importance of having a dialogue with Western women about environmental issues at “The Women in Leadership: A Spiritual Path to Activism” event...

Senior Information Technology Support Analyst Thomas Clark gives a student instructions on the use of Adobe Premiere, Thursday, April 24, 2014.

Information sciences teaches software to KSU community

Elizabeth Randolph April 24, 2014

Kent State students, faculty and staff are able to learn new features in technology through workshops offered in the library.Information Services started the workshops after a survey of the graduating...

Poster submitted by Student Friends of the Library

New library group has first meeting Wednesday night

Chris Woods March 18, 2014

Student Friends of the Library is a new organization that will host its first meeting Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. on the fourth floor of the Kent State Library.    “We want to get students involved who...

Libraries to host first ever Student Appreciation Day

Christopher Woods March 6, 2014

The University Libraries are planning to give back to students as they host their first ever Student Appreciation Day on Monday.“Student Appreciation Day is an event that the libraries put together to...

The third floor of the library has been renovated to include the School of Library Information Science.

Third floor of library renovated for SLIS

Christopher Woods March 6, 2014

The renovated School of Library and Information Science on the third floor of the university library recently reopened after more than a year of construction.“I was in an office that was literally a...

Special Collections and Archives continues to digitize periodicals

Christopher Woods February 24, 2014

The Special Collections and Archives department on the 12th floor of the library is continuing digitization of its periodicals and works to make its collection more accessible to its users.“The Special...

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