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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

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Abigail Miller August 25, 2019

Todd's First DayTodd Diacon replaced President Beverly Warren as the 13th President of Kent State on July 1. On his first day as president, Diacon ate breakfast with Kent community leaders, attended meetings...

Women’s Center to provide mammogram screenings for breast cancer awareness

Hannah Sheridan September 28, 2017

Kent State’s Women’s Center will offer digital mammogram screenings for Breast Cancer Awareness Month from Oct. 10 to Oct. 13 at the DeWeese Health Center.This marks the fifth year the Women’s Center...

Career Closet, a resource at the Williamson House on campus, offers free business clothing to females in need.

Career Closet aids female students, provides free clothing

Angela Radesic September 14, 2017

The Williamson House is offering business apparel to female students and alumni in need through the Career Closet, an on-campus free resource.“The Career Closet was birthed out of a partnership between...

Kassi Jackson / The Kent Stater Students listen to a presentation put on by Danielle Flemister, an advisor of LaunchNET, in the new residence of the Kent State Women’s Center Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016.

Women’s Center and SRVSS office adjust to new location

Adriona Murphy September 6, 2016

Kent State’s Women's Center and the Sexual and Relationship Violence Support Services office are adjusting to a newer, bigger space after their move to the Williamson House from the Carriage House earlier...

Cassie Pegg-Kirby, assistant director of the Women’s Center, shows off the food pantry at the Women’s Center on Tuesday, May 3, 2016.

Women’s Center to move into Williamson House

Austin Farber May 4, 2016

The food pantry at the Kent State Women’s Center hopes to increase its impact by moving from the Carriage House into the Williamson House this summer.With a new, larger space available, the pantry hopes...

Performers of “The Vagina Monologues” break the ice during their first meeting together as a group after practicing their monologues on their own in Oscar Ritchie Hall Theater on Tuesday, April 12, 2016. The group was asked to answer the question: “What outfit would your vagina wear?”

Oscar Ritchie stages The Vagina Monologues

Nicholas Garisto Women and Gender Issues Reporter April 13, 2016

Kent State’s Women’s Center is staging "The Vagina Monologues" this Friday and Saturday at the African Community Theater in Oscar Ritchie Hall. The Women's Center has put on the monologues every other...

Women’s Center begins ‘Masculinity Project’ with panel discussion

Rachel Duthie October 13, 2015

The Kent State Women’s Center presented the film “The Mask You Live In” and a following panel discussion in the KIVA on Tuesday evening to kick off the organization’s semester-long “Masculinity...

Women’s Center to kickstart Masculinity Project on Tuesday

Cameron Gorman October 11, 2015

The Kent State Women’s Center is broadening their focus this fall with the Masculinity Project, which will focus on the stereotypes and expectations placed on males in society.“It overlaps with the...

Students walk down the Esplanade in womens shoes on April 14, 2015. “Walk a Mile in Their Shoes,” raised awareness for sexual violence and rape.

Mile walk across campus brings awareness to sexual violence no matter the gender

Sabrina Scott April 14, 2015

Tuesday afternoon, a large group of men wobbled down the Esplanade as they struggled to walk a mile in high heels to Kent State’s Fashion School from Risman Plaza.The Sexual and Relationship Violence...

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