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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Kent State honors veterans with Veteran’s Day commemoration

November 10, 2022

The Division of Student Affairs held their annual Veteran's Day commemoration on Risman Plaza on November 10, 2022. The event featured the ROTC,  for the posting of colors, Emcee Maureen Mcfarland, a...

The Anti-Racism Conference will take place Oct. 6 and 7. Registration is open.

Kent State’s inaugural Anti-Racism Conference aims to create long-lasting change

Grace Davies, Reporter October 3, 2022

Kent State’s first annual Anti-Racism Conference to educate about racial inequality and promote an atmosphere of advocacy for anti-racism at Kent State University will take place both virtually and in...

Overview of Kent State University.

Meet the figures who are leading Black representation at Kent State

Cameron Aloway reporter May 7, 2021

Fifteen years ago, she came to the university as an assistant professor in the Department of Pan-African Studies. Six years later, she was named chair of the department.Presently, Amoaba Gooden has been...

Kent State ROTC Army and Air Force members celebrate Veterans Day, Nov. 7 2019.

ROTC honors those who served at Veterans Day commemoration

Women and men in uniform stood together but in separate huddles near Kent State’s student green Thursday, Nov. 7 for the annual Veterans Day commemoration.Within one of those huddles, a group of students...

Kent State implements a new program to increase student success rates

Lydia Taylor September 27, 2016

Kent State administrators began a new program this semester to raise the success levels of minority groups on campus.Dynamic Education and Engagement of Diverse Students provides peer counseling, group...

Freshman speech pathology and audiology major, Dylan Still-Pepper (right), and freshman Sarah Lovejoy (left) recieve a baby girl at The Game of Life event on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014. The event was a recreation of the popular board game Life as a way to create an interactive inequality simulation.

Game of Life simulation demonstrates cultural inequality

Michael Lopick February 2, 2014

Jayita Datta, psychology fellow for the university’s Psychological Services, pointed out the small letters on the bottom corner of each student’s name tag.What students didn’t know is that these...

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