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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Kent State offers clinical mental health counseling program

Madeline Pigott December 5, 2018

Mental health issues are constantly increasing and so is the research behind it. Kent State’s mental health counseling program is preparing their master’s and doctorate students to make an impact on...

Habitat for Humanity chapter excited for spring semester

Madeline Pigott December 1, 2018

Although the semester is coming to an end, some work is never done.Kent State’s Habitat for Humanity chapter is wrapping up some important aspects of its current project.Habitat for Humanity is a bank...

The finished project, Kitty City, done for the Summit County Humane Society  in Spring 2017.

Students use architecture to help animals in need

Madeline Pigott November 26, 2018

 A student organization puts their knowledge and skills to the test by helping build sanctuaries for animals in need.Kent State’s Barkitecture organization began in Fall 2016 by an architecture student...

A group of participants take part in a training exercise during the Green Dot Workshop on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018.

Green Dot has biggest turnout yet for last workshop of semester

Madeline Pigott November 4, 2018

Green Dot hosted its final violence prevention workshop in Studio A at Twin Towers Center Saturday. Full tables of 60 eager minds learned how to prevent violence on Kent State's campus.The six hour workshop...

Talk On

Artists wanted: help stop mental health stigma

Madeline Pigott October 26, 2018

Kent State’s Center for Public Policy and Health and the School of Art are looking for artists to participate in the Create Awareness campaign.The Create Awareness campaign started after the Talk On...

Kent State hosts free depression screenings

Madeline Pigott October 13, 2018

Kent State will host free depression screenings on Thursday, Oct. 18 in order to combat mental health.The screenings will happen on the second floor mezzanine level of the Kent Student Center and will...

Attendees at the annual Take Back the Night event participate in name burning, a ceremonial burning of name of abusers where the name of the abuser is written on a small piece of paper and placed into the fire in the center of the group. 

Kent State rallies together to ‘Take Back the Night’

Madeline Pigott October 3, 2018

Kent State students united Tuesday evening to “Take Back the Night” and rally against sexual and relationship abuse.“Take Back the Night” started as an international march to protest sexual violence...

A table of pamphlets in the psychological services office explaining the different services provided on campus with contact information and more. 

Kent State offers services for mental health

Madeline Pigott September 17, 2018

Kent State’s Psychological Services provides assistance to students who are looking for help in regards to mental health.Psychological Services is located in the Deweese Health Center on the second...

A display at the “Lights of Change” event on Friday memorializes those lost to addiction.

‘Lights of Change’ aims to end addiction stigma

Madeline Pigott September 3, 2018

In the United States, Ohio ranked No. 2 for the most deaths by overdose. OhioCAN, a statewide organization for family members affected by addiction, is speaking out and changing the stigma that comes with...

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