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Our View: Kasich chooses advice over answers

April 19, 2016

Republican presidential-nominee John Kasich found himself again in metaphorical hot water after presenting his solution to college sexual assault at a town hall in Watertown, New York, April 15.A female...

Our View: Why the Climate Survey matters

April 5, 2016

Students received an email from Kent State President Beverly Warren in March, urging them to take the Kent State Climate Study: Assessment of Climate for Learning, Living, and Working. Unlike what some...

Our View: Kasich’s win, Trump’s loss

March 15, 2016

Gov. John Kasich won the Ohio primary Republican vote Tuesday night, earning the 66 delegates his home state. Kasich’s win helped his own presidential campaign, but the significance behind his victory...

Our View: Andrews’ verdict set tone for future cases

March 8, 2016

On Tuesday, March 8, sportscaster and television personality Erin Andrews won $55 million in a lawsuit against her stalker. The details of this case are alarming.Andrews was followed and watched by a man...

Our View: Meeting ignorance with violence solves nothing

March 1, 2016

During a recent rally in Southern California, three people were stabbed by members of the Ku Klux Klan. Though police have come out and stated that the acts were done in self defense, the question still...

The RA process

Carolyn Pippin October 22, 2014

There are four information meetings left before the application process for next year’s resident assistant closes on Friday, Nov. 21. “So the first step of the process is every applicant or interested...

Junior midfielder Madison Helterbran attempts to score during the game against the University of Akron on Sunday, September 28, 2014. The Flashes won against the Zips 3-0.

Kent State soccer looking for important wins this weekend

Alex Klukaszewski October 15, 2014

The Kent State soccer team (7-4-3) will continue the Mid American Conference portion of its schedule this weekend as the Flashes travel to Eastern Michigan University and Bowling Green State University...

Neville Hardman is a sophomore magazine journalism major and columnist for the Daily Kent Stater.  Contact her at

Opinion: Redefining monsters

Neville Hardman February 20, 2014

Often when we scan newspapers, copious amounts of headlines flood the pages concerning death. It has become normal to graze past the numbers half-heartedly because our culture has become desensitized by...

Roslynn Porch, senior communication studies major and president of Black United Students

Black History Month Profile: Roslynn Porch

Michael Lopick February 7, 2014

During Black History Month, the Daily Kent Stater will feature leaders in Kent State’s African-American community. These people will describe their involvement in the African-American community on campus,...

Guest columnist: New KSU President Focuses on Students

Alex Evans January 12, 2014

Dr. Warren caught me off guard when I first met her; anxiously thinking through my repertoire of questions any student would be interested in asking their next president, my attention focused on her welcoming...

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