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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Brothers Quinn McGuire (left), Daymond Williamson (middle) and Calil Cage  (right) of Phi Beta Sigma at a community service event.

Kent’s multicultural organizations forced to maneuver like never before

Chris Bright Reporter February 15, 2021

Finding a diverse group that represents some of many different backgrounds that attend Kent State can be troubling for students. Factor in a global pandemic and it becomes nearly impossible for these students...

The empty stage of the first US Presidential debate is seen as workers complete the final touches on September 29,2020 in Cleveland, Ohio. - Tuesdays clash in Cleveland, Ohio, the first of three 90-minute debates, represents the first time voters will have the chance to see the candidates facing off against one another directly.

Trump says he won’t participate in next debate after commission announces it will be virtual

(CNN) -- President Donald Trump said Thursday that he will not participate in the second presidential debate with Joe Biden after the Commission on Presidential Debates said the event will be held...

(From left to right) Lydia Sherman, Kasey Johnson, and Jordan Finley pose with a pot painted by Johnson on Thursday.

New student organization offers safe space for multiracial students

Lindsey Sellman Reporter February 7, 2020

Two or More, a new multiracial student group at Kent State, allows members a place to go where they don’t have to choose between their identities. The organization welcomes Kent State students who are...

Kent State Grads honored at annual Karamu Ya Wahitimu

Stephanie Martoccia Diversity Reporter April 30, 2016

Over 180 African, African American, Latino, Hispanic and Native American students celebrated their pre-commencement at the Karamu ceremony this past Saturday.“The Karamu Ceremony was inaugurated in 1995...

Annual Virginia Hamilton Conference discusses multicultural literature for youth

Nick Boone April 10, 2015

Kent State hosted the 31st Annual Virginia Hamilton Conference with keynote speaker David Macaulay, an award-winning author and illustrator for children’s literature, on April 9 and 10 at the Student...

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