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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Pictured are the four Kent State University students who were killed on May 4, 1970. From left to right are Allison Krause, William Schroeder, Sandra Scheuer and Jeffrey Miller.

May 4 50th Commemoration will be held completely online

Sara Crawford Assigning Editor April 17, 2020

As schools and businesses close down due to the coronavirus pandemic, Kent State has announced through an email to students, faculty and staff that the May 4 50th commemoration will be entirely virtual. In...

Camryn Calderwood. 

Students learn collaboration skills, May 4 history through Common Reading Experience assignment

Camryn Calderwood always felt the summer reading assignments she has done were just busy work. Calderwood is a sophomore fashion merchandising major and recently came to Kent State, but the summer reading...

Kent State Women’s Lacrosse team drops season opener at Ohio State, 22-11

Mason Lawlor Sports reporter February 13, 2020

The Kent State women’s lacrosse squad finally began their season Wednesday night following the cancellation of their Feb. 7 game against Cincinnati, falling short to the Ohio State Buckeyes, 22-11, in...

KSUVOICES May 4

@KSUVoices1970 social media pages bring students closer to May 4

In the wake of a technological revolution, students have a chance to see what social media would’ve been like during the times of May 4, 1970. Mindy Farmer, director of the May 4 Visitors Center, created...

Kent State alumna Susan Avery, of Denver, Colorado, tours the May 4 Visitors Center Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014. Avery graduated in 82 and said that she wanted to visit the center to pay her respects.

The May 4 Visitors Center: A place of understanding and healing

Skye McEowen May 3, 2015

In 2012, Kent State opened the May 4 Vistors Center as a way to remember the events of May 4, 1970, and the lives of students Jeffrey Miller, Allison Krause, William Schroeder and Sandra Scheuer who were...

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