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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2


The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2


NEW YORK, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 24: People shop at the Fifth Avenue Apple Store during the launch of Apple’s new iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini on September 24, 2021 in New York City. The new phones come equipped with a A15 Bionic chip, improved dual-camera system and longer battery life than the iPhone 12. The iPhone 13 Mini starts at $729, and the iPhone 13 starts at $829. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Apple plans Oct. 18 event where it’s expected to focus on new MacBooks

Rishi Iyengar, CNN Business October 15, 2021

(CNN) -- Apple is gearing up for its second big product launch event of the fall.Apple will host a virtual event on October 18, the company announced Tuesday. According to the Apple rumor mill, the...

Origins album

REVIEW: Imagine Dragons back with release of deeply personal ‘Origins’

Alex Novak November 14, 2018

Imagine Dragons is back on its game with its new album, “Origins,” a return to form for the band whose previous album was unique but heavily formulaic and predictable.In this album, that unique sound...

Exterior proposal from Signet Real Estate Group

New ‘business’ on Main

Sarah Limas September 12, 2018

A new $72 million business building got its first major approval Wednesday. The work is set to begin in Summer 2019 and will finish in Fall 2021.Design plans for the College of Business Administration,...

Graphic showing the new Barbie lineup. Los Angeles Times.

Kent State reacts to Barbie’s new body types

Stephanie Martoccia Diversity Reporter February 14, 2016

When freshman fashion design major Whitney Davis was growing up, she didn’t own many Barbie dolls. None of them looked like her. Instead, she played with the Bratz line of dolls, which had a brown...

Open door policy brings new fraternities to campus

Kayla Sturm December 9, 2015

The Greek life community at Kent State added a new fraternity called Phi Kappa Psi this semester.“We, as a fraternal community, cannot say no to fraternities because of our open-door policy,” said...

New fraternity makes its mark on Kent’s campus

Zabrina Hvostal April 19, 2015

Alpha Sigma Phi, which started Fall 2014 as a student organization, has now become a fraternity after recruiting and initiating 27 new members this semester.Zach Weidensaul, president of Alpha Sigma Phi,...

College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology to move into new building

Kristen Kobe July 18, 2014

The College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology will move from Van Deusen Hall into the state-of-the-art Aeronautics and Technology Building in spring 2015. This new facility located...

President Beverly Warren reaches to shake the hand of a Flash Guide outside the Kent State Student Center on July 1, 2014. Warren spent her first day focusing on university students. 

“Together We’ll Stand Tall”

Emily Mills July 2, 2014

Kent State’s 12th president hopes her legacy can be summed up in two words: engaged and caring.Beverly Warren, who began her term Tuesday, said she is excited to meet with and get to know students, colleagues...

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