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A recap of the Kent 2024 total solar eclipse

A recap of the Kent 2024 total solar eclipse

Lex Radde, Tv2 Reporter April 9, 2024

The total solar eclipse in Kent, Ohio, was a breathtaking celestial event that drew in sky watchers across the region. As the moon passed before the sun, residents experienced...

Candidates share platforms in 2024 USG Senate Debate

Lex Radde, TV2 Reporter March 13, 2024

Tuesday marked the first Senate Debate for Kent State's Undergraduate Student Government.  Candidates shared their views and ideas for changes within their colleges, along with events that could bring...

Ongoing student conflict with Parking Services

Lex Radde, TV2 Reporter March 5, 2024

Seeing a yellow ticket on your windshield is an occurrence Kent State students try their best to avoid. But there is reasoning behind Parking Services' strict rules. TV2's Lex Radde spoke to students...

Black female students share thoughts on intersectionality

Lex Radde, Tv2 Reporter March 5, 2024

Intersectionality is defined as the overlapping of multiple traits that make up a person. The intersection of these traits can be an advantage for some, but for most, it causes adversity. Find out more...

Total solar eclipse to cover Kent in 47 days

Lex Radde, TV2 Reporter February 21, 2024

There are 47 more days till the total solar eclipse covers multiple parts of the globe in a shadow. This out-of-this-world event has been described as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity due to the next...

Love is in the air for these KSU faculty members

Lex Radde, TV2 Reporter February 13, 2024

Love is in the air at Kent State, even between the faculty members! Here are two sets of married couples who are also faculty members on campus: Professors Allen and Patricia Lowery and Professor Mei-Chen...

Dozens of community members protest for Palestine in Cleveland

Destiny Torres, Reporter January 27, 2024

Traffic was stopped near the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland Friday, as a Pro-Palestinian march called for a permanent ceasefire to the Israeli-Hamas war and for city representatives to speak...

Hillel hosts Winterfest to kick off winter season

Lex Radde, TV2 Reporter December 4, 2023

Hillel, a Jewish student organization, hosted Winterfest, their annual end of the semester celebration, on Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The event was free and for everyone to attend. There were...

Kent State Aviation Program gives students new flying experiences

Lex Radde, TV2 Reporter November 17, 2023

Kent State has one of the most well-known pilot programs nationally and internationally, mainly for the way they give students experience through having them fly planes. Students receive flying hours that...

What the Day of the Dead means for students

Lex Radde, Reporter November 3, 2023

As Halloween comes to an end, anther holiday is still being celebrated. Day of the Dead is a holiday that spans for three days and honors deceased loved ones. From altar tables to ofrendas, the holiday...

Students from out of town can still voice their opinions with mail-in ballots

Lex Radde, TV2 Reporter October 27, 2023

The November 7th election is on its way, leaving out-of-town students only till Halloween to get their mail-in ballot request sent. Students are able to print out their ballot requests and mail into the...

‘Protest for Palestine on the K’ responds to Israel-Gaza conflict

Audrey Trevarthan, Digital Assistant October 12, 2023

Students gathered, marched and chanted in support of the Palestinian people Thursday at the “Protest for Palestine on the K” after deadly attacks targeted Israeli towns near the border of the Gaza...

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