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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2


Partygoers stand outside a house on University Drive during this years annual Fake Paddys Day celebration in Kent.

City of Kent prepares to celebrate Fake Paddy’s safely

Alton Northup, Senior Reporter March 10, 2022

As Kent State’s annual Fake Paddy’s Day celebration makes a return, the city and university remind students to put safety and responsibility first. While the forecast for the weekend predicts...

Five ways to get educated about the #blacklivesmatter movement

Daria Gaither October 24, 2015

 With the #blacklivesmatter movement in full effect across the nation, you may wonder how you can get involved with the #BlackLivesMatter movement as a Kent State student. Before you join the movement,...

Scientistas go to symposium in New York

Gabrielle Woodard October 23, 2015

The Kent State chapter of the Scientistas attended the Scientista Symposium Oct. 16 through 18 in New York City, the symposium is an opportunity for members to network with professionals in the STEM field.The...

Bollas gets first career start, 15-10 victory over UMASS

Stephen Means II October 17, 2015

Kent State (3-4, 2-1Mid American Conference) snapped an eight-game road losing streak by beating the University of Massachusetts (1-5, 0-2 MAC), 15-10.  The Flashes changed things up at  quarterback...

JMC undergoes changes in course names, curriculum

Alexis Wohler October 16, 2015

The curriculum in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication (JMC) is changing this semester to keep up with a changing media world.These changes focus generally on a more digital approach to storytelling...

Room rates affordable for students, compare well with other universities

Ryan Landolph October 8, 2015

Students living on campus at Kent State are receiving affordable room and board rates for dorms that are most common. “[The average price] of living on campus is $3,232 per semester,” Jill Church,...

Junior Wide Receiver Ernest Calhoun gets hoisted over the head of Offensive lineman Anthony Pruitt after scoring a touchdown against Miami University. The Flashes beat Miami at Dix Stadium for the homecoming game 20-14.

Flashes cap off Homecoming weekend with victory

Stephen Means October 3, 2015

Kent State (2-3, 1-0 MAC) opened up Mid-American Conference play 1-0 for the first time since 2012 after its win over Miami (OH) (1-4,0-1 MAC), 20-14.  “Great first MAC win,” head coach Paul Haynes...

Men’s rugby falls to Bowling Green 78-0

Kyle Samec October 3, 2015

 Kent State men’s rugby team faced its toughest opponent of the year so far in Bowling Green. The outcome was a 78-0 loss to the Falcons on their home field.The Flashes were unable to execute their...

Women’s golf prepares for Jim West Challenge

Chris Yamnitsky October 2, 2015

The women’s Kent State golf team will once again battle in a tournament with other nationally ranked competition as they head to Boerne, Texas for the Jim West Challenge. The Golden Flashes head into...

Kent State’s LGBTQ community holds discussion about bisexuality

Daria Gaither September 24, 2015

In honor of National Bisexuality Day, the LGBTQ Student Center held a roundtable discussion Thursday to discuss bisexuality as an orientation and the stereotypes associated with being bisexual.Students...

Get a ‘Taste of Kent State’

Erin Zaranec September 18, 2015

Kent State University Dining Services will host the ninth annual Taste of Kent State on Sept. 22 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. on the Student Green.Students who are feeling overwhelmed with all of the dining...

Students received $1,000 in scholarships to study abroad

Kaitlin Walker September 18, 2015

Eight $1,000 scholarships that will go toward studying abroad were awarded to Kent students Thursday afternoon.Winners were announced at the Study Abroad Fair and received poster-sized checks. Winners...

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