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REACTION: College football week 10 review

Demetri Manousos, Reporter November 8, 2023

Texas keeps College Football Playoff hopes alive with overtime win  Texas fans saw their season flash before their eyes on Saturday. The Longhorns dominated in the early going of the game, taking...

REACTION: College football week 6 review

Demetri Manousos, Reporter October 9, 2023

Oklahoma beats Texas in the last minute of The Red River Rivalry Oklahoma got revenge on Texas in dramatic fashion, winning 34-30 thanks to a late touchdown pass to give the Sooners the lead.  After...

Men’s golf earns best result of spring season

John Hilber, Reporter April 17, 2023

The Kent State men’s golf team finished in third place in the Boilermaker Invite on Saturday behind four under-par performances. “Our guys always love going there and competing,” coach Jon Mills...

Tornadoes and severe winds strike central US as another round of rain and snow is set to pummel the West and North

CNN– As severe storms prompted at least nine tornado reports in parts of the central US, a barrage of snow, rain and harsh wind is forecast Monday in places from the West Coast to the Great Lakes, including...

Kent State running back Gavin Garcia, who is now a sophomore on the team, breaks a tackle during his run downfield Sept. 17, 2022 against Long Island. Kent State won the match 63-10.

Athletic department, football program earn big bucks from tough non-conference matchups

Isabella Schreck, Sports Editor November 18, 2022

Kent State will be paid $5.2 million by January 2023 for playing – and losing to – three football teams from the Power 5 conferences: No. 1-ranked Georgia, then-No. 7 Oklahoma and the Pac-12’s Washington. That...

The Kent State Womens Volleyball team joins up for a huddle during a time-out. The Flashes played Cornell Sept. 3 but were beaten 3-1.

Swinging for success: Two front-row freshmen are killing it on volleyball court

John Hilber, Reporter October 9, 2022

When freshmen right side Mia Soerensen and outside hitter Mackenzie McGuire came to Kent State, they never thought they would play so much so soon. Out of the volleyball team’s 17 games this season,...

Leading to losing to lost: Football falls to Oklahoma in second-straight non-conference struggle

Jacob Hansen, Reporter September 11, 2022

With less than one minute to halftime, Kent State led No. 7 Oklahoma 3-0. The Flashes did not score again. At the half, the board read 7-3, Sooners. By the end of the third quarter, the Big-12 team...

Flashes v. No. 7 Sooners preview: Looking to start anew at OU

Jacob Hansen, Reporter September 8, 2022

Week one’s matchup with the Washington Huskies came and went. But it doesn’t stop there as Kent State’s football team hits another roadblock in No. 7 Oklahoma University. Saturday, the Flashes...

Opinion: Books don’t harm children, but censorship does

Jamie Brian Opinion Writer February 11, 2022

If censorship efforts succeed, school libraries across the United States will have empty shelves in the places where diverse literature once stood. Attempts to remove library books depicting race, the...

Supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump gather to attend his campaign rally later at the BOK Center, June 20, 2020 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Trump is scheduled to hold his first political rally since the start of the coronavirus pandemic at the BOK Center on Saturday while infection rates in the state of Oklahoma continue to rise.

Nationwide protests coincide with Trump rally in Tulsa

Ray Sanchez, CNN June 20, 2020

(CNN) -- A tumultuous spring in America ended Saturday with potential flashpoints across the nation, from President Donald Trump's return to the campaign trail in Tulsa to ongoing protests over racism...

Senior athletes speak about seasons ending because of COVID-19

Amanda Levine Sports editor April 26, 2020

Senior softball player Vanessa Vodan found out from a social media post by the NCAA that her senior season was over. Her heart stopped and she prayed it wasn’t true. Vodan was in her room in an off-campus...

Diacon Livestream

Comments from Diacon Q&A raise questions for Kent State

Maddy Haberberger TV2 reporter March 19, 2020

Members of the Kent State community joined Kent State President Todd Diacon on a Facebook live Q&A session on Thursday morning. Over eight thousand people tuned in to voice their concerns about how...

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