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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

What are they going to call us next?

Sophie Young Reporter February 6, 2022

The English language enveloped words from other cultures just as European nations enveloped “discovered” countries into their empires. As a result, English-speakers are left with phrases that are a...

Griffin Allman, senior painting and art education double major, peels tape away from one of his canvases. Allman likes to use more abstract designs that way people can interpret it in their own personal ways.

Student artist finds his passion in abstraction

Senior painting and art education major Griffin Allman’s eyes lit up as he described the potential shapes in the support beams, the stairs and the floor around him and how he could piece them together...

Merriam-Webster has officially added the nonbinary pronoun they as an entry in its dictionary.

Merriam-Webster adds the nonbinary pronoun ‘they’ to its dictionary

By Kendall Trammell, CNN September 18, 2019

Originally Published: 17 SEP 19 14:45 ETUpdated: 18 SEP 19 06:27 ET    (CNN) -- Merriam-Webster has officially added the nonbinary pronoun "they" as an entry in its dictionary.Merriam-Webster announced...

Kent State University President Beverly Warren (left) receives a $1 million grant for the university’s Institute for Applied Linguistics from Mary and Ted Gawlicki of the Gawlicki Family Foundation.

Institute for Applied Linguistics receives $1 million grant

Ray Padilla May 25, 2017

The Gawlicki Family Foundation granted Kent State’s Institute for Applied Linguistics (IAL) $1 million to fund the development of distance learning translation studies programs.“We are tremendously...

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