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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Masks required indoors on main campus as of July 29

Masks required indoors on main campus as of July 29

Alton Northup, Reporter July 29, 2022

Masks are required indoors on Kent State’s main campus following Portage County moving into the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s high community spread designation for COVID-19. The university...

Attendees began finding their seats as Lavender Graduation was about to begin on May 6, 2022.

Kent State Alumni, actor gives tear-jerking speech at Lavender Graduation

Jesse Khalil, Reporter May 8, 2022

Kent State Alumni and actor Brian Michael Smith stood tall behind the wooden podium as tears rimmed his eyes, “Whoever you want to be, you are the only version of yourself in this world and we need you...

Lacrosse losses 23-4 to Robert Morris

Jimmy Oswald Sports Reporter April 10, 2021

The Kent State lacrosse team scored the first goal Friday, but Robert Morris University would outscore the Flashes 23 to three the rest of the way, handing Kent a 23-4 victory on Friday.The Flashes are...

Soccer drops second game in a row at home against OU

Ignatius Ogbu Sports Reporter March 19, 2021

The Kent State women's soccer team lost 3-1 to Ohio University on Thursday at Dix Stadium. This was KSU’s second loss of the season and first at home.Kent State was down three goals when junior Tianna...

Kent volleyball sweeps disjointed Toledo squad

Jimmy Oswald Sports Reporter February 21, 2021

The Kent State volleyball team has played four series this season.The Flashes have swept all four of them. KSU defeated Toledo in back-to-back games Saturday and Sunday. The Flashes won both 3-0. On Saturday...

Customers sit at the bar at Sauce in the City.

From entrepreneurship to Cleveland, how a KSU alum opened his own restaurant

From hustling to sell his “Vic Fries” that were created in Leebrick Hall, Kent State alumni Victor Searcy credits his entrepreneurship knowledge to the resources Kent State offered him as a student.The...

Kent State student allegedly physically attacked KSU police officers

Chris Ramos September 20, 2018

A Kent State student faces three fourth-degree felony assault charges after she allegedly attempted to harm three Kent State police officers on the university esplanade near South Lincoln Street.A Portage...

157 Lounge on S. Water Street in downtown Kent on Oct. 18, 2017.

157 Lounge co-owner in court dispute with Kent State graduate

Brandon Bounds October 18, 2017

A downtown Kent bar co-owner is seeking a restraining order against a Kent State alumna who he said defamed him online.Matthew Guska, one of the co-owners of 157 Lounge on S. Water Street, filed a complaint...

Freshman Dylan Rosa swings at a ball that would be a homerun for the Flashes only point of the game. The Flashes lost to Rider University 3-1. March. 15, 2015.

Baseball fall to Pitt for second time this season

Zach Harley March 30, 2016

The last time Kent State and the University of Pittsburgh faced off, the Panthers put a 9-4 beating on the Flashes, ultimately ruining their opening day.Following a seven-run outburst in the eighth inning...

Role Call: Urt Uppreciation

Role Call: Urt Uppreciation

Role Call - TV2 October 10, 2015

This entertainment sketch was created by Role Call on TV2, Kent State University's student-run television station. For more news and entertainment, go to TV2 KSU.

TV2 interviews CNN anchor and KSU alumna Carol Costello

Kaitlynn LeBeau May 1, 2015

TV2 interviews CNN anchor and KSU alumnus Carol Costello from KentWired.com on Vimeo.

KSU professor fired after road rage incident

Madeleine Winer April 29, 2015

Kent State fired an assistant professor Wednesday after his April 15 road-rage fueled encounter.Linden Adkins, assistant professor for the College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology,...

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