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Amy Reynolds, dean of the College of Communication and Information.

College of Communication and Information dean speaks on AI

Joseph Dziak, Reporter February 4, 2024

As AI continues to grow and evolve, how it will affect certain majors, especially those involved in the College of Communication and Information, remains a hot topic of discussion. Amy Reynolds, the...

Logan Bennett (center left) and Noah Silvestro (center) stand around the Dusty Armadillos outdoor patio with friends on Dec. 15, 2023.

Cowboy boots and line dancing: The people of the Dusty Armadillo

Addison Foreman, Digital Tech December 10, 2023

Every Wednesday and Friday night, line dancers and country-music lovers crowd into The Dusty Armadillo, a local bar located in Rootstown, about 15 minutes from Kent. On the dance floor, experienced line...

KentWired Illustration by Cari Stonis

OPINION: Lyme disease: what is it and why you should care

Carlina Krajnik, Opinion Writer October 3, 2023

The savage tick-borne illness that is Lyme disease has been plaguing America since the 1970s, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that as many as half a million Americans will...

Democrats will keep control of the Senate, CNN projects

Eric Bradner, CNN November 12, 2022

(CNN) -- Democrats will keep their narrow Senate majority for the next two years, CNN projects, after victories in close contests in Nevada and Arizona. The party defied the historical trend of midterm...

**This image is for use with this specific article only** Voters sta… Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images 08 Nov 22

Polls close in key state where Trump’s election deniers top the ticket

Maeve Reston and Stephen Collinson, CNN November 8, 2022

(CNN) -- Polls are closed in Arizona, where all four GOP nominees at the top of the ticket -- for governor, Senate, attorney general and secretary of state -- have echoed former President Donald Trump's...

January 6 committee announces it has sent a subpoena to former President Donald Trump

January 6 committee announces it has sent a subpoena to former President Donald Trump

(CNN) -- The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol announced on Friday that the panel has officially sent a subpoena to former President Donald Trump as it...

A man looks at his bedroom after the winds of Hurricane Fiona tore the roof off his house in Loiza, Puerto Rico, on Sunday.

Hurricane Fiona causing ‘catastrophic’ flooding in Puerto Rico as the territory remains without power

Dakin Andone, Haley Brink and Melissa Alonso, CNN September 18, 2022

(CNN) -- Hurricane Fiona made landfall along the extreme southwestern coast of Puerto Rico, near Punta Tocon, at 3:20 p.m. ET Sunday with winds of 85 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center. The...

Grammy-winning R&B star R. Kelly leaves the Cook County courthouse after a hearing on multiple counts of criminal sexual abuse case, in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. March 22, 2019. Jurors in the Chicago federal trial for R. Kelly and two of his former associates have reached a verdict, Kellys attorney, Jennifer Bonjean, told CNN.

R. Kelly convicted of multiple child pornography and enticement charges, acquitted on others

Sonia Moghe, CNN September 14, 2022

(CNN) -- R. Kelly was convicted of multiple child pornography charges at a Chicago federal trial and acquitted on others, according to the Chicago Tribune. Kelly was convicted on three of four child...

USG’s first public meeting of the semester turned open forum after clerical error

Sophie Young, Administration Reporter September 1, 2022

USG held its first gathering of the fall semester to update students on early accomplishments and the semester’s plans. Jenna Gilbreath, student body president and senior communication studies major,...

Dress Up For Downs lets models strut their stuff

Dress Up For Downs lets models strut their stuff

Maddy Haberberger, TV2 Reporter November 25, 2019

The fashion community isn’t necessarily known for its inclusiveness - just look at the recent controversy surrounding the annual Victoria’s Secret show. But one group here on campus is looking to change...

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Julio Pino’s response to accusations

By: Ian Kline & Vivian Feke January 19, 2016

Kent State associate history professor Julio Pino responds to allegations of his association with ISIS. Julio Pino (full interview) from on Vimeo.

Freshman early childhood education major Emily Dame buys a full basket of food at Prentice Munchies using her meal plan, Monday, April 28, 2014.

Students struggle to max out meal plans

Breyanna Tripp April 28, 2014

Melanie Sugalski has an outstanding balance of $900 left on her meal plan.Sugalski, a sophomore visual communication design major, said she plans on spending as much as possible on buying groceries for...

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