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School workers in the nation’s second-largest district go on strike, shutting down schools. Here’s what they want

Cheri Mossburg and Holly Yan, CNN March 21, 2023

CNN -- A union representing 30,000 Los Angeles school custodians, cafeteria workers, bus drivers and other support staff has started a three-day strike with support from the district’s...

Los Angeles school workers union announces plan for 3-day strike that could shut down the nation’s second-largest district

Cheri Mossburg and Taylor Romine, CNN March 16, 2023

  CNN -- A union representing school workers in Los Angeles plans to strike for three days next week with support from the district’s teachers union, it said, setting up what...

Three people were killed and at least four others were injured in a shooting overnight in Los Angeles, according to a spokesperson with the Los Angeles Fire Department.
(KABC)

3 killed and at least 4 wounded in overnight shooting in Los Angeles

Andi Babineau and Jay Croft, CNN January 28, 2023

CNN— Three people were killed and at least four injured in a shooting in Los Angeles, the city’s fire department said Saturday, California’s fourth mass shooting in a week. The Los Angeles Fire...

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp is embraced by quarterback Matthew Stafford after a touchdown in the fourth quarte

Rams beat Bengals to win Super Bowl LVI

Amir Vera CNN February 14, 2022

(CNN) -- The Los Angeles Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 in Super Bowl LVI on Sunday.The suspenseful game ended with a fourth-down stop by Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald to win it all....

Booster Shots

ROBYN BECK September 17, 2021

A nurse reaches for a vial of Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine at a pop up vaccine clinic in the Arleta neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, August 23, 2021. - The US Food and Drug Administration on...

Michael Daniels, director of the Student Multicultural Center.

SMC welcomes Black students, faculty, local business owners at Juneteenth celebration

Nicole Lew Reporter June 19, 2021

The Kent State ballroom was filled with music, dancing and warm embraces Friday in celebration of Juneteenth National Independence Day. Black students, faculty and business owners gathered at the Student...

Olson Hall is home to the CCI Commons.

CCI Commons events expanded virtually during COVID-19 semesters

Austin Monigold May 7, 2021

The CCI Commons were adjusted to accommodate students during the past two semesters and typical staples of CCI like RA events, storage for projects and computer availability faced severe changes.The commons...

Anti-Asian violence pervasive throughout coronavirus, follows historical trend of hate

Cameron Aloway reporter April 5, 2021

On March 16, eight people died following a mass shooting in three massage parlors in Atlanta, six of whom were identified as Asian women. This shooting was one of thousands of hate crimes committed against...

OPINION: How The Weeknd made 2020 his year

Gregory Hess Opinion Writer March 30, 2021

Earlier this month, the Grammys came and went yet again with limited in-person guests and “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah hosting the show. The show came and went off without a hitch with its lowest...

OPINION: Simplicity vs. adaptability – What “federalism” means and why I think it works best for a nation as big as America

Ross McDonnell Opinion Writer March 10, 2021

Before I get into the main topic of today’s column, why I think “federalism” is best suited for America, I feel it is best to clarify just what federalism is. The meaning of the word — at least...

Another 847,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits in Joe Biden’s first week as president

Dania Maxwell January 28, 2021

LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 29: A biker passes a store for lease in downtown on Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2020 in Los Angeles, CA. Gov. Gavin Newsom expects California to extend regional stay-at-home orders in...

The product packaging of the Never Ending Defender.

A ball, a sketch pad, some wire and a dream: How a Kent alumnus thinks he can revolutionize basketball training

Dante Centofanti Sports Reporter January 26, 2021

As winter arrives, gyms across Northeast Ohio are slowly starting to hear the chorus of balls being dribbled and sneakers squeaking on hardwood. As these young players hoop in uncertain times, one Kent...

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