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Kent Wired

KSU students, Twitter express concern over religious group touting ‘God the Mother’

Lucas Misera and Lydia Taylor February 12, 2018

KentWired received complaints of men and women approaching students on campus and at off-campus apartments talking about “God the Mother.” A few students who reside at University Townhomes said two...

Lucas Misera

Opinion: Fix tuition to demand for degree

Lucas Misera February 5, 2017

Attending college is an investment. Four years of work – and, subsequently, foregoing four years of potential earnings in the workforce – are dedicated to schooling in hopes of big-time earnings in...

Lucas Misera

Opinion: Time got it right

Lucas Misera December 7, 2016

On Wednesday, Time Magazine announced President-elect Donald Trump as the 2016 Person of the Year, perhaps to the dismay of many. No matter one’s opinion on Trump’s character, however, it’s clear:...

Lucas Misera

Opinion: Cancer’s indiscriminate touch

Lucas Misera October 26, 2016

When my mom recently called and told me that doctors found cancer in my aunt, my initial reaction wasn’t sorrow.Instead, I was angry.My mind went back to the countless piano lessons I had with my aunt...

Lucas Misera

Opinion: Policymakers need solution to drug problem

Lucas Misera October 18, 2016

In light of The Kent Stater’s week-long look into heroin addiction, one national shortcoming concerning drug abuse needs confronted: public policy.One stunning number sheds light on both the dysfunctional...

Lucas Misera

Clinton’s deplorable comments

Lucas Misera September 14, 2016

Several days ago, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton commented that she can group half of Donald Trump’s voters into what she calls the “basket of deplorables.”At first glance, this...

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A Mag’s Dos and Don’ts of Instagram

Lucas Misera September 7, 2016

Stop pretending the main reason you go over your data plan every month isn’t Instagram. You caved in high school, fell in love with the filters and you’ve said bye-bye to Facebook ever since. It’s...

Lucas Misera

Opinion: Tunsil draft night not “exciting”

Lucas Misera May 1, 2016

The NFL Draft is an annual celebration of football that brings fans at both the collegiate and professional levels together. The pageantry and excitement surrounding the event helps the NFL stay relevant,...

Kent State students dance during the KSU Flash-A-Thon at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center on Saturday, April 2, 2016.

Flash-A-Thon raises money for Akron Children’s Hospital

Angelo Angel April 3, 2016

The KSU Flash-A-Thon hosted its annual non-profit philanthropic event at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center on Saturday, raising more than $31,000. The Flash-A-Thon is a 12-hour dance marathon...

Lucas Misera

Opinion: Homage to March

Lucas Misera March 13, 2016

Hampton, Dayton, Stephen F. Austin. Buzzer-beaters, alley-oops, Cinderella stories and heartbreak. Early on in its madness, March has brought along enough college hoops to encourage viewers to stay on...

Lucas Misera

Opinion: Romney vocalizes Americans’ thoughts

Lucas Misera March 6, 2016

Last week, Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney rocketed himself back into relevancy as he publicly urged the nation to prevent a Donald Trump presidency.The former Massachusetts governor...

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Opinion: Crisis in Qatar

Lucas Misera February 28, 2016

The last week in February saw a critical election take place: The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the governing body of soccer around the globe, held elections to replace scandal-ridden...

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