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New and old, but new, faces take off in women’s basketball exhibition

Isabella Schreck, Sports Editor November 4, 2022

In her first collegiate game, freshman guard Corynne Hauser earned 11 points, tying for second most for her team, and tied for most assists. Women’s basketball coach Todd Starkey, coming off a 72-20...

How people get their news

Print vs. digital: Millennials surveyed prefer online news

Taryn Antolic September 16, 2017

The average millennial gets 74 percent of their news from online sources, according to a study done by the Media Insight Project, a joint research initiative between the American Press Institute and the...

With Rice, university demonstrates to inclusion

Kent Stater Editorial Board April 26, 2016

On May 4, 1970, Ohio National Guardsmen killed four students Bill Schroeder, Sandy Scheuer, Allison Krause and Jeffrey Miller and wounded nine others at Kent State amid protests of the U.S. invasion...

Assistant Director of the Wick Poetry Center Nikki Robinson says a few words before authors Brian Brodeur and Diana Lueptow are introduced on Thursday, March 3, 2016.

Full house for Wick Poetry Reading Series

Olivia Minnier March 5, 2016

Despite several location changes, the basement of the Wick Poetry Center was filled with people ready to hear local authors Brian Brodeur and Diana Leuptow read their chapbooks "Local Fauna" and "Little...

Our View: Late-add policy restricts independence

Editorial Staff January 24, 2016

The Kent Stater reported last week that the university has created a new registration policy requiring class professors to approve students after the first week of classes. From 11:59 p.m. Sunday and moving...

Looking back

KS Photo Staff April 29, 2015

If you could change one thing...Junior fashion merchandising major Kayla Davis said, "For me, I wish I started working on connections with my career in high school. Now I feel kind of behind." Photo by...

Kent Stater release “Best of Kent” winners

TV2 News April 8, 2015

The Kent Stater releases "Best of Kent" winners from on Vimeo.

Letter to the editor: An Open Letter to Our Fellow Students

Rachel Mass March 15, 2015

On Thursday, March 12, Ray Paoletta published an opinion piece in which he criticized our coalition for confronting President Beverly Warren about our campus workers’ wages instead of addressing other,...

Our view: Defining same-sex marriage

KS Editors November 9, 2014

The topic of same-sex marriage has given rise to many problems. The U.S. Supreme Court stated it “would not accept cases from any of five states whose same-sex marriage bans had been struck down by federal...

Our view: Confronting Ebola in Ohio

KS Editors October 15, 2014

Today it was announced Amber Joy Vinson, a Kent State graduate who cared for the first Ebola patient in the United States, Thomas Eric Duncan, was diagnosed with Ebola. Vinson visited northeast Ohio over...

Opinion: Letter to the editor

Joan Marold September 24, 2014

I was distressed to read the article in the Monday, Sept. 15 issue of The Kent Stater, “Tenure protects professor’s employment.”  The article used Julio Pino as an example.The episode used by the...

Opinion: Letter to the editor

Joshua Moyer September 17, 2014

I have never penned a letter to the editor in my life. I seldom leave comments on news stories available online. But for once, I feel the need to express myself in a public medium.It’s time that we as...

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